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Correspondence, typescripts of plays, book reviews, and reprints of articles from various literary journals. A large portion of the material is correspondence during her time as president of the Texas Institute of Letters.
The collection includes membership lists, financial records, constitution and bylaws, and correspondences from 1950-1966.
The records include scrapbooks and miscellaneous publications such as pledge manuals, pamphlets, national bylaws, and other pledge information.
Records of Ampersand Honor Society, the TCU chapter of Mortar Board, 1932-2012 (inclusive), 1932-1980 (bulk).
Records include course catalogs, annual reports, newsletters, hall council meeting material, and photographs documenting the Brachman learning/living community.
The records include general correspondence and administrative documents related to personnel and other managerial functions of the offices of vice president, executive vice president, and president.
The records consist of correspondence, subject files, and drafts of speeches documenting James M. Moudy's administrative career at Texas Christian University. Most of the materials document his time as chancellor (1965-1979), though some, in particular the materials in the 2010 accession, document Moudy's work in other administrative positions at TCU.
The records document M. E. Sadler’s life and career. The records include Dr. Sadler’s writings, sermons, and speeches, as well as business correspondence and a limited amount of biographical information.
Michael Ferrari served as Chancellor of TCU from 1998- 2003. The records consist of speeches he delivered between 2001 and 2003.
Records include charter, minutes, newsletters, membership lists, treasurer's reports, and programs. Phi Delta Kappa is the international professional association for educators.
The records contain 15 boxes of records from South Hills Christian Church in Fort Worth. Boxes include budget reports, treasurer reports, outreach files, board meeting minutes (1963-1979, 1984-1989,) Committee files, newsletters, financial records (1998), Church history, bulletins, photographs, payroll and tax files (94-12), membership directories, memorials, and other assorted church files.
This collection contains material relating to student development projects at TCU. This includes Frog Camp memorabilia, QEPs, photographs, annual reports, and scrapbooks. The dates of this collection ranges from 2005 up to 2012. The QEP reports have papers on Duke, Austin College, Elon, Mary Baldwin, Mercer, Newberry, and Kentucky.
The collecion includes plaques, certificates, awards, by-laws, financial documents, photographs and scrapbooks.
Correspondence, papers, articles, reciepts, meeting notes, and reports documenting work in the Marketing and Communications department at TCU from 2005 to 2015.
Technology, reference, and operations manuals from TCU's first mainframe computer system.
The TCU Swimming and Diving collection is a series of statistics, correspondence, time records, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, photos and work out routines for students ranging from 1979 to 2017. These records closely follow the wins and losses of the swim team along with their ranking, swim meets, and swim times. The entire collection is filed by date. The first box ranges from 1979-19889. The second box houses the years of 1990-2004, and the third and final box houses 2005-2017.
A single, bound journal of meeting notes from 1927.
The records document the activities of the TCU chapter of the Association of Women Students (AWS). The majority of the records relate to decisions made by the Association's Judicial Board. Committee work and events planned by the AWS are also represented. The records also include a small amount of material from the parent organization, the Intercollegiate Association of Women Students.
Organizational records, correspondence, memorabilia, and photographs document the Bryson Club between 1923 and 1995. The records reflect the club's original filing organization, with the exception of loose material. The papers document the membership and activities of the club, and the Bryson scholarship recipients. No literary works from members are included in the collection.
Administrative files, membership records, board meeting minutes, financial records, church programs, guestbooks, photographs, ledgers and two bibles.
The collection includes oral history interview agreements with project participants, and donated photographs, documents, and ephemera on the subject of civil rights in Texas.
The records include the preliminary and final reports of all seventeen task forces that composed the Commission on the Future of TCU.
The records document the activities of the public relations division of TCU. They are arranged alphabetically by subject and include correspondence, policies, programs, news releases, news clippings, publications, and reports.