The Emanuel S. Georges Papers consist of notebooks, classroom notes, material used while an undergraduate and graduate student at Washington University and as a postgraduate student at the University of California, Berkeley.
The collection contains Washington University yearbooks from 1903 through the present. Years without publication of a yearbook are also indicated. The books are arranged chronologically by year published. Unbound materials are listed at the end. Volume numbering is partially inconsistent due to title changes. Until 1941 yearbooks contained information on the previous years’ class which is reflected in the dates in square brackets following each entry.
This collection is comprised of bound issues of “The Irving Union,” one loose issue, a bookplate, and an exhibition announcement.
This modest collection details the early personal development and subsequent professional activities of Stratford Lee Morton. The collection is particularly strong in chronicling the planning for the1953 – 1954 Worlds Fair in St. Louis (which was ultimately not conducted) and for records of the Academy of Science in St. Louis.
The collection consists of ten items, including a copy of the film “Carl Schurz Tour of American Professors and Students, Germany 1934,” facsimiles of the tour itinerary and Walter Rist’s travel diary from the tour, and photographs of the tour group.
This collection contains records of student groups and organizations and the general office files created and maintained by University staff in the Office of Student Affairs / Student Activities and the Department of Campus Life.