Evelyn Louise Gordon Scrapbook
Scope and Contents
The My Memory Book scrapbook, annotated in white ink throughout, includes correspondence, clippings, pictures, cards, invitations, autographs, postcards, advertising matter, receipts, booklets, ribbons, napkins, fabric scraps, pressed leaves, cigarette butts and box, party favors and other memorabilia. The programs include the Graduating exercises, Class Day exercises and Baccalaureate sermon for 1928.
- 1924 - 1928
- Gordon, Evelyn Louise (Person)
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Collection open for research.
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Biographical or Historical Information
Evelyn Louise Gordon of Pilot Mountain, North Carolina attend the North Carolina College for Women (now UNCG) from 1924-1928. Evelyn was a member of the Y.W.C.A. and the Baptist Students. She graduated in 1928 with a Bachelor of Art in Education.
0.46 Linear Feet (1 scrapbook box)
Language of Materials
Evelyn Louise Gordon of Pilot Mountain, North Carolina attend the North Carolina College for Women (now UNCG) from 1924-1928.
Scrapbook, annotated in white ink throughout, includes correspondence, clippings, pictures, cards, invitations, postcards, advertising matter, receipts and booklets.
Method of Acquisition
Transferred from the UNCG Classed Archives in September, 2008.
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Processed by Jennifer Motszko, December, 2008.
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