Charles W. Hurst [RG1102.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID

RG1102.AM:  Charles W. Hurst

Minute book:  1902-1904
Size:  One item

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

This collection consists of a composition book containing minutes of meetings of the junior/senior class at the Nebraska State Normal School in Peru, Nebraska. The entries date from 1902-1904 and include names of students and their offices. Subjects discussed during the class meetings include class yells, motto, class flower, class pin/ring, class play, and whether or not to give the college a memorial. This composition book was originally kept by Mary S. Hurst, aunt of Charles W. Hurst, and Helen Lucile Walworth, mother of Charles W. Hurst, while they attended the Nebraska State Normal School.

INVENTORY

Volume

  1. 1902-1904

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

For official records of the Nebraska State Normal School (Peru, Nebraska) and Peru State College, see the public records collection RG29. For images, see the Peru State Normal School photo collection [RG2381.PH]. The Nebraska History index includes various articles about Peru Normal School and the Library holds various publications about the history of the school.


Subject headings:

College students
Nebraska State Normal School (Peru, Nebraska)
Peru State College (Peru, Nebraska)
Peru (Nebraska)
Universities and colleges — Nebraska


Revised TMM        10-07-2009

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