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College students' writings, American

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Scope Note: Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Department of English, Student Plays Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: WUA-01-wua00058
Scope and Contents

This collection includes students’ plays written for English classes between 1923 and 1961.

Quadrangle Club Records

Identifier: WUA-05-wua00186
Scope and Contents

Series 01: Photographs, programs, and other ephemera from Quadrangle Club productions, 1910 – 1963. Arranged in chronological order by production.

Series 02: Historical information about the Quadrangle Club. Mostly articles from Washington University publications and St. Louis newspapers. Arranged in alphabetical order by subject.

Series 03: Audio Recordings of Quadrangle Club Productions

Publications - Student Groups

Identifier: WUA-02-wua00248
Scope and Contents This collection contains newsletters, magazines, journals, and other publications produced by various student groups, both general interest groups, as well as those associated with campus wide associations such as Greek Life, Campus Residence Halls (Residential Life), and the Campus Y.The published title is listed in quotations, followed by volume and issue numbers if given, and dates.  General topic or the producing group is identified in square brackets, when this information...

Student Life Negatives

Identifier: WUA-05-wua00073
Scope and Contents

Information listed is the description given on the original negative envelope: date, brief description, photographer’s name if known, and camera equipment if known.  There are no print images in this collection.

Negatives are arranged in date order.

Washington University Centennial Papers Presented at 1876 World's Fair Collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: WUA-01-wua00415
Scope and Contents

The Washington University Centennial Papers Presented at 1876 World's Fair Collection consists of two bound volumes of autograph educational work presented at the Missouri exhibit by Washington University freshman, sophomore, and senior classes on topics including the United States Constitution, English Literature, English History, Latin, Analytical Geometry, Algebra, and Descriptive Geometry.