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West Chester State Teachers College -- Faculty

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Marion Farnham Collection

 Collection — Other 1 FI[132]
Identifier: 015
Abstract Marion Farnham (1887-1983) was an art professor at West Chester University from 1923-1952.  Miss Farnham aided in the production of the Serpentine Yearbooks, as a result this collection contains yearbooks autographed by students and faculty members.

Dr. Francis Harvey Green Papers

Identifier: 025
Overview Francis Harvey Green (1861-1951) was a former graduate of West Chester State Normal School in 1882. He then joined the English faculty and became department head from 1890-1920. This collection includes both personal items and items that accompanied Green in his career at West Chester Normal School and Pennington School. These items consist of speeches, writings, publications, correspondence, personal collections, newspaper articles, etc.

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.

Yoko Hashimoto-Sinclair Collection

Identifier: 060
Overview Dr. Yoko Hashimoto-Sinclair taught at West Chester University between 1969-2009 as a professor in the Theatre and Dance Department. The Yoko Hashimoto-Sinclair Collection contains materials related to theater and costume design, such as costume designs for student-led productions at the university, as well as costume design and fabric sample assignments that Dr. Hashimoto-Sinclair made for school and previous jobs. The collection also includes a personal set of Japanese woodblock calendars....