Elizabeth McLaughlin Smith Scrapbook
Scope and Contents
The Elizabeth McLaughlin Smith Scrapbook dates from 1927 to 1931 and is un-annotated. It has a large black cover with white polka dots and green binding. Its title, Scrapbook, is featured in numerous contrasting colors. It contains event programs including the 1931 Commencement Baccalaureate Sermon, the 1931 Commencement Exercise, Class Day, and the 1929 Grand Opera. The Scrapbook also contains news clippings, correspondence, invitations, notes, greeting cards, dried flowers, ribbons, receipts, party memorabilia, college documents, and other materials such as a paper doily, a feather, and embroidery: "1931" in white yarn on red fabric. Also included are Student Handbooks for the 1928 - 1929 and 1930 - 1931 academic years.
- 1927 - 1931
- Smith, Elizabeth McLaughlin (Person)
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Biographical or Historical Information
Elizabeth McLaughlin Smith of Raleigh, NC was a student at the North Carolina College for Women (now the University of North Carolina at Greensboro), graduating in 1931 with a Bachelor's degree in History. She was a Dikean Marshal, Class Representative to Legislature, and Senior Class President.
1.32 Linear Feet (1 scrapbook box)
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Elizabeth McLaughlin Smith was a student at the North Carolina College for Women, graduating in 1931 with a Bachelor's degree in History. She was a Dikean Marshal, Class Representative to Legislature, and Senior Class President.
The Elizabeth McLaughlin Smith Scrapbook dates from 1927 to 1931 and contains news clippings, event programs, invitations, correspondence, greeting cards, college documents, embroidery, and other materials and memorabilia.
Method of Acquisition
Transferred from Classed Archives in September 2008.
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Andrea Cole, May 2010
- Elizabeth McLaughlin Smith Scrapbook
- Andrea Cole
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