Found in 155 Collections and/or Records:
The Committee on Academic Freedom and Faculty Responsibility Records contains materials related to Bernard J. Kerr's hearing regarding his promotion to assistant professor and memoranda, reports, minutes, student evaluations, research articles and miscellaneous records documenting the administrative activities of the Committee on Academic Freedom and Faculty Responsibility.
The Alumni Affairs Office Records are divided into five series as follows: Series 1, Photographic Prints; Series 2, Photographic Negatives; Series 3, Henrietta Peck Ayre Green Materials; Series 4, Printed and Miscellaneous Materials; and Series 5, Artifacts.
The American Association of University Women, Johnson City Chapter Records document the activities of this educational and professional service organization. Material includes bylaws, correspondence, membership lists, newsletters, awards of scholarships, brochures, and miscellaneous printed ephemera.
The B. Carroll Reece Museum Records consist of administrative files; correspondence; exhibit files and research; photographs; grant applications and other material relating to the development and evolution of the museum.
The Elise Draper Barrette Papers document Barrette's work as a librarian and as director of the library science program at East Tennessee State College (later East Tennessee State University). Material includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, speeches, writings, and school-related papers. Major subjects encompassed by the papers include Barrette's academic work at ETSU, library science institutes for training school librarians, and her work as a library consultant.
The Colin F. Baxter Collection consists of 36 undated illustrated posters (mounted) documenting events during World War II such as the attack on Pearl Harbor, the war in Europe, the war in North Africa, and the war in the Pacific.
The Christine Burleson Papers consists of correspondence, clippings, photographs, class assignments and class rolls, student composition papers, notes, essays, university committee records, memoranda, and miscellaneous printed matter documenting the teaching career of Ms. Burleson at ETSU.
The David Sinclar Burleson Papers consist of correspondence, course notes, speeches, personal financial records, and miscellaneous printed matter documenting Burleson's personal life and his experience as an educator.
The collection consists of interviews describing the military experiences of WWII veterans of the European and Pacific theaters, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Persian Gulf conflict/the 1991 Gulf War, and Bosnia completed by students of Dr. Colin Baxter's War in the Modern World course.
The Committee on Faculty Publication and Professional Activity Records consist of lists and reports of ETSU faculty research, publication, and creative and scholarly activities.
The Office of Contracts and Grants Records contain minutes, correspondence, pamphlets, grant proposals, and photographs. The records document the Offices of Contracts and Grants activities with various grant agencies and research projects conducted by the university's faculty, Academic Council, and Research Development Committee. The records date between 1976 and 1983.
The Joe M. Cox Blueprints consists of 39 blueprints created by Johnson City architect Joe M. Cox in September 1963. The blueprints illustrate the general floor plan, electrical and plumbing layouts, heating and ventilation design, and the specifications for the facade of East Tennessee State University's Industrial Education Building, Wilson-Wallis Hall.
The records are divided into four series: Series 1, General Office Files; Series 2, Chairmen's Council Minutes; Series 3, Professional Load Reports; and Series 4, Graduate Assistant Files. In Series 1 the files for the 1972-1973 academic year are missing, and in Series 3 reports for 1971-1972 are missing.
The Delta Eta chapter records and scrapbook collection contains sorority scrapbooks, photograph albums, memorabilia, pledge manual, event programs, charter, and membership cards documenting the activities of the East Tennessee State University chapter of Delta Eta between 1956 and 1989.
This collection includes audio of student-conducted interviews with people involved in the communications field in the Tri-Cities area; student-authored biographical reports on people connected to East Tennessee State University; and photographs of campus, students, and faculty in the 1980s.