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Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Art, School of

 Collection
Identifier: UA-032
Arrangement The collection is divided into to series: 1.) Correspondence 2.) Administrative.

Ernest B. Ford Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A-0059
Scope and Contents This collection includes manuscripts and published sheet music, correspondence, biographical materials, and manuscripts of two novels written by Ford.

Men's Faculty Club, SFASU Records

 Collection
Identifier: B-0064
Scope and Contents Minutes, memos, fliers, and miscellaneous other items relating to both men's faculty clubs.

Office Administration, Department of

 Collection
Identifier: UA-105
Scope and Contents This collection is made up of correspondence from the department head, Dr. Ralph White, and faculty.

President, Office of the (Boynton)

 Collection
Identifier: UA-005
Scope and Contents This collection covers mostly writing and correspondence by Dr. Boynton.  The correspondences deal with those outside of SFA and there are communications to the faculty.  His writings deal with speeches given at commencements at other universities and appearances.

Student Government Association

 Collection
Identifier: UA-087
Scope and Contents The collection contains a number of different materials dealing with the Student Government.  There are minutes, legislation, member/committee lists, and constitutions.  There are also some correspondence of the Student Government as well as some different publications that the Association created.

William R. Johnson Personal Papers

 Collection
Identifier: A-0165
Scope and Contents This collection consists primarily of speeches that William R. Johnson gave while President of SFA. There are speeches to students, faculty, civic organizations and high schools, at conferences, and to dedicate university buildings. The collection has correspondence to friends and on SFA matters, like the renovation of the President's house. There are also a number of reference letters that Johnson wrote for SFA personnel, students and friends. Additional information related to Johnson's...