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This collection includes promotional materials, newspaper articles, and essays from the Midwest Writers' Conference and Earl Conn's courses in Muncie, IN ranging from 1973 to 2004 regarding creative writing, journalism, and Ball State History.
This collection contains documents and photographs pertaining to the history of Eastern Indiana Normal University and founder and first president F. A. Z. Kumler and his wife Mattie Bender Kumler. Materials in this collection range in date from the 1860s to 1956. The bulk of materials pertaining to Eastern Indiana Normal University date from 1896 to 1901.
This collection includes correspondence and teaching materials related to Edgar B. Wesley's several visiting professorship stints at Ball State Teachers College/University as well as his tenure as the University's first John R. Emens Distinguished Professor. The collection also includes material documenting Wesley's role in Ball State's acquiring of the Sir Norman Angell papers.
This collection includes research and legal papers, documents, personal papers, maps, photocopies of archival documents, and books from Elizabeth Glenn ranging from 1809 to 2000 regarding anthropology and Miami Indian nation history.
This collection includes a constitution from the Ball State Faculty Senate from 1962 and constitutions from the Ball State University Senate from 2004 and 2007.
This collection includes administrative subject files documenting Ball State Teachers College/Ball State University faculty members and organizations.
This collection includes audio recordings from Ellen Lacey regarding the history of the Home Economics/Family and Consumer Sciences Department and the Home Management Program at Ball State University.
This collection includes programs, newspaper articles, audio performances, posters, and personal articles from George Wolfe regarding his work with the Ball State University School of Music and the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies in Muncie, IN ranging from 1969 to 2014.
This collection contains a bulletin for the Indiana Normal School and College of Applied Science dating from 1906.
This collection includes newsletters, bibliographies, and correspondence from th John Steinbeck Society of America ranging from 1968 to 1992.
This collection includes audio and video recordings of teaching materials and presentations from Joseph Trimmer on audio reels, audio cassettes, VHS recordings, and DVDs. It also includes photographic slides from presentations on the Harlem Renaissance and James Dean as well as several doctoral dissertations which were written with Joseph Trimmer as advisor or committee chairperson. These materials span from 1970 to 2003.
This collection includes materials documenting the field of Home Economics and its history, Ball State University history, and Muncie and Delaware County history ranging from 1963 to 2007.
This collection includes a 1912 panoramic photograph as well as an original copy and a photocopy of the 1912 Mississenewa yearbook produced by Marion Normal College, later known as the Marion Normal School and Business University, located in Marion, Indiana.
This collection contains a box of recipe cards and digital photographs of historic costumes collected by former Home Economics professor Mary Beeman. The materials in this collection range in date from the 1910s to the 2010s.
This collection includes accreditation materials from the Miller College of Business dating from 1973 to 1993.
This collection includes Miller College of Business annual reports dating from 1969 to 1996.
This collection includes subject files documenting the history of the Miller College of Business and the Business Education Department at Ball State University/Teachers College dating from 1950 to 1985.
This collection includes annual reports, planning documents, research grant materials, office memos, and general administrative records from the Office of Research/Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at Ball State University ranging from 1956-2007.
This collection contains administrative records, brochures, newsletters, campus guides and maps created or collected by the Office of Admissions at Ball State University. This collection also includes materials pertaining to freshman orientation planning and programs. The materials in this collection range in date from 1929 to 2019.
This collection includes administrative documents, interdepartmental correspondences, and accreditation applications pertaining to the accreditation of the Ball State University Teachers College.
Biennial and annual reports of the President of Ball State summarizing major developments in and about Ball State dating back to 1947. Recent reports include brief articles, photographs, and photo captions highlighting accomplishments, research projects, awards, services, programs, students, and faculty. Reports are arranged chronologically.
This collection contains a photocopy of a lecturer brochure and a copy of a photograph of Palmer University President John R. H. Latchaw dating from circa 1902 to 1905.
This collection includes bylaws, initiation information, minutes, and awards from the Phi Delta Kappa Ball State University chapter from 1947-2000. The collection also contains charter information, executive board meeting notes, and historical information on the organization. The formats for this collection includes pamphlets, brochures, programs, notes, photographs, forms, flyers, and other various types of paperwork.
Many of these images are digitized and accessible through the Digital Media Repository. (Click digital object link in red box to access.)
This collection includes newsletters from Public Information Services in Muncie, IN ranging from 1955 to 1991 regarding Ball State University news and events.
This collection includes records and correspondence from President Lemuel Pittenger of Ball State Teachers College ranging from 1918 to 1946 regarding different departments, faculty, and buildings on the Ball State Teachers College campus during his presidency.
This collection includes faculty files, course files, department files, CAA-WTS files, and subject files from Ralph W. Noyer, dean of the Ball State Teachers College in Muncie, Indiana ranging from 1928 to 1959 regarding Dr. Noyer's administration at Ball State.
- Ball State University -- History 74
- Ball State University -- History -- Sources 42
- Ball State University -- Faculty 36
- Ball State University -- Records and correspondence. 28
- Ball State University -- Students 14
- Education 13
- Muncie (Ind.) 8
- Business 6
- Business education 6
- Ball State University -- Accreditation 5
- Students 5
- Home economics 4
- Photographs 4
- Teachers 4
- College administrators 3
- Courses and lectures 3
- Student activities 3
- Student organizations 3
- University Archives 3
- Architecture 2 ∧ less
- Ball State University. College of Architecture and Planning 2
- Emens, John R. 1