Helen E. McBee Scrapbook
Scope and Contents
The Helen E. McBee Scrapbook consists of materials dating from 1924 to 1939. The Scrapbook was designed and illustrated by Elizabeth Colborne and published by The Reilly and Lee Company of Chicago. It contains photographs, sentiments from classmates, pressed leaves, collages, term report cards, correspondence, invitations, musical event programs, ribbons, newspaper clippings, exams, course registration cards, party memorabilia, holiday greeting cards, announcements, and other memorabilia. It also contains a copy of the 1928-29 Student Handbook, 1929 Commencement Exercises Program, and 1926 May Day Fete Program.
- 1924 - 1939
- McBee, Helen E. (Person)
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Collection is open for research.
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Biographical or Historical Information
Helen E. McBee of Bakersville, North Carolina was a student at the North Carolina College for Women (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro), graduating in 1929 with a Bachelor's degree in English. While attending the college, McBee was a member of the Cornelian Society, the Spanish Club, and Honor Roll.
0.30 Linear Feet (1 scrapbook box)
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Helen E. McBee was a student at the North Carolina College for Women, graduating in 1929 with a Bachelor's degree in English. While attending the college, McBee was a member of the Cornelian Society, the Spanish Club, and Honor Roll.
The Helen E. McBee Scrapbook dates from 1924 to 1939. Among its contents are photographs, correspondence, event programs, newspaper clippings, college documents, and other memorabilia.
Method of Acquisition
Transferred from Classed Archives in September 2008
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