Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Herbarium collection of 68 mounted plants and 14 student botany worksheets. Albert and Frank Fetzer graduated from the SRSNS Class of 1897 and made this collection as students of the Normal School. The Donation was made in the memory of Francis Fetzer and Lola M. Fertzer Maurhoff, children and nephew/niece of Frank Fetzer and Albert Fetzer.
Personal papers and memorabilia from Slippery Rock State Normal School/Slippery Rock State Teachers College alumna Alma Daub (nee Hepler). Contents include personal essays, report cards, publications, and school notes.
Includes information on various alumni-funded scholarships, individual alumni and class reunions.
This collection consists of different materials such as game programs, schedules, photos, memorabilia, publications and audio-visual materials from Stringer's career as headcoach of Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, Iowa State University, and Rutgers University.
This collection, consisting primarily of items of memorabilia owned by Jerome “Jerry” Bejbl, includes a Slippery Rock University Athletics watch, Slippery Rock State College jackets as well as publications including several commencement programs and various Slippery Rock State College football programs. Other contents include Slippery Rock State College football game film reels originally owned by Bejbl spanning from 1962 to 1963.
This collection consists of miscellaneous materials accumulated during Marjorie Banks' time as a student at Slippery Rock State Teachers College (SRSTC) from 1957 to 1961. While a student at SRSTC, Banks was an editor for the Slippery Rock student publication, The Rocket, and was an active member of the sorority, Sigma Tau Delta. Items in this collection vary from personal scrapbooks, other items of memorabilia, photographs, select issues of The Rocket, and textiles.
Framed “Testimonial” given to Mary Earla Hartzell certifying the completion of her course in music: June 25, 1913, a graduation program from the same year, and two Saxigena yearbooks, 1916 and 1917.