Claude Zenobia Poindexter Scrapbook
Scope and Contents
The My Commencement Scrapbook is mostly handwritten notes on events surrounding commencement as well as notes on gifts Poindexter received. The Scrapbook contains autographs from teachers and students of the State Normal and Industrial College. It also includes newspaper clippings of the Sermon to the Class of 1905, Class Day exercises, Diplomas Given to the Class of 1905 and the Annual Banquet of the Alumnae.
- 1902 - 1905
- Poindexter, Claude Zenobia (Person)
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Biographical or Historical Information
Claude Zenobia Poindexter of Winston Salem, North Carolina, attended the State Normal and Industrial College from 1902 to 1905. Poindexter was Historian for the Decennial volume in 1902, Vice-President in 1903, Treasurer of the YWCA in 1904 and Class President in Spring 1905.
0.08 Linear Feet (1 scrapbook)
Language of Materials
Claude Zenobia Poindexter of Winston Salem, North Carolina, attended the State Normal and Industrial School (now UNCG) from 1902-1905.
The scrapbook contains handwritten notes on Commencement Exercises as well as newspaper clippings of the 1905 Commencement and autographs from teachers and classmates.
Method of Acquisition
Transferred from UNCG Classed Archives in September, 2008.
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- Claude Zenobia Poindexter Scrapbook
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