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West Chester State College -- Faculty

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

Bernard S. Oldsey Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 41
Overview Bernard S. Oldsey (1923-2008) was a professor in the English department of West Chester State College/West Chester University from 1969 to 1985. The collection contains material related to books he edited and a book he wrote, and material related to a lecture series.

Dr. Thomas E. Berry Manuscript

 Collection — Other 1 FI[179]
Identifier: 013
Abstract Dr. Thomas E. Berry (1912-1991) was a member of the West Chester University English department from 1947-1978.  This collection encases one of Berry's many publications, Journalism Today, published in 1958.

Dr. James Albert Binney Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 080
Overview Dr. James Albert Binney (1903-1970) was a Professor Emeritus in the English Department at West Chester State College. The Dr. James Albert Binney collection consists of his writings and personal materials. Materials range in date from 1931 to 1970.

Earl F. Sykes Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 038
Overview Dr. Earl Francis Sykes (1902-1977) was a teacher and university administrator from Kansas who served as president of West Chester State College (now West Chester University of Pennsylvania) from 1961-1969. The collection contains administrative material and correspondence related to his duties at West Chester, speeches, course material, and drafts of various writing projects.

Ruby Jones Papers

 File
Identifier: 037
Scope and Contents This collection is divided into six series: Correspondence, Educational Materials, Civil Rights Materials, Religious Materials, Organizational Materials, and Family and Posthumous Materials. Items in the collection span from the early twentieth century until the late 1970s. Her files contain letters written to her from various teachers and friends, her former students’ papers, items from the sorority Phi Delta Kappa, teaching supplements, paperwork from various organizations, and books used in...

S. Elizabeth Tyson Papers

 Collection — Other 1 FI[7]
Identifier: 011
Abstract S. Elizabeth Tyson (1896-1991) was an assistant English professor at West Chester State Normal School, the West Chester State Teachers College (name changed in 1927), and West Chester State College (name again changed in 1960) from 1922-1962 and developed one of the first speech clinics in the United States. This collection includes materials that relate to Tyson's interest in theatre, including costume and makeup ideas, examples of sets, notes, guidelines, and other miscellaneous items.

West Chester University Department of Anthropology and Sociology Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 054
Overview The West Chester University Department of Anthropology and Sociology Collection contains materials related to the department's development, curriculum, and committees. This collection includes correspondence, documents and reports related to departmental committee work, meeting minutes and agendas, and newsletters. Materials range in date from the late 1960s to mid 1970s.

West Chester University Department of English Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 052
Overview The West Chester University Department of English Collection contains materials related to the evolution of the English department's majors, minors, and programs. This collection includes correspondence, departmental and course materials, information on the WCU Poetry Conference and the WCU English Colloquium, newsletters, and promotional materials for events.

West Chester University Faculty Dames Records

 Collection
Identifier: 047
Overview The Faculty Dames were a group composed of West Chester faculty spouses. This collection includes correspondence, invitations, event flyers, and articles related to the West Chester University Faculty Dames.

West Chester University Global Engagement Office Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 053
Overview The West Chester University Global Engagement Office Collection contains correspondence, promotional materials about foreign study, documents from the Advisory Council for International Education, and newsletters related to international programs and opportunities.