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Agricultural Education at Purdue

This collection of educational materials produced by the Purdue School of Agriculture from the early twentieth century highlights the relationship and impact of Purdue University locally, nationally, and internationally via its outreach programs.

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Amelia Earhart Papers (George Palmer Putnam Collection)

The Amelia Earhart papers offer a rare glimpse into the life of America's premier woman aviator. The online collection includes more than 3,500 scans of photographs, maps, documents, and artifacts relating to Earhart. Copies of the maps that were used on her last flight are available as well as photographs that she took while on the flight and mailed back to her husband George Palmer Putnam.

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Amelia Earhart at Purdue

As an inspiration for women to pursue non-traditional roles, Purdue University President Edward C. Elliott invited Amelia Earhart to lecture at the university in 1934. Earhart joined the Purdue University staff as a women's career counselor in 1935. The Amelia Earhart at Purdue collection details her time at the university.

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BCC Digital and Historical Archives Project, Purdue University

The Purdue Black Cultural Center collection is a selection of pamphlets, posters, essays, and other unique content housed by the BCC. Staff at the Black Cultural Center chose items for digitization and provided those scans to Purdue Libraries for online display.

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Board of Trustees Minutes

The Purdue University Board of Trustees collection details the administrative history of the university from its inception through present-day. The Trustees meeting minutes includes innumerable foundational documents leading to the establishment of Purdue as a leading research university, encompassing decisions related to Purdue faculty, staff, and university infrastructure.

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Charles Alexandre Lesueur Collection of Works of Art on Paper

The Charles Alexandre LeSueur Collection (circa 1800-1846) contains 33 sketches by artist and naturalist Charles LeSueur. Many of the sketches document life in New Harmony, Indiana. Some of the works date prior to 1826, when LeSueur resided in France. The collection also includes 14 sketches attributed to Virginia Dupalais, LeSueur's niece and pupil who lived with him in New Harmony, or Lucy Sistare [Say], a fellow artist teaching at New Harmony.

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College of Agriculture, Agricultural Fraternities, Societies, and Associations

The College of Agriculture, Agricultural, Fraternities, Societies, and Associations records includes materials pertaining to the history, administration, and activities of various agricultural organizations associated within Purdue University’s College of Agriculture. Collection materials range in date from the 1880s to the 2000s

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Debris Yearbook

Published each year from 1889 to 2008, the Purdue Debris was the annual student-produced yearbook. The Debris is a key source of information regarding students, student activities, and important historic events at the university.

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Donald N. Heirman papers

Donald N. Heirman is a Purdue alumnus and leader in the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards field. This online collection documents his time as an engineering student at Purdue, his tenure at Bell Labs, and his involvement as a technical contributor and educator within the international EMC standards field.

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Early Purdue University Theses and Dissertations

The Early Purdue Theses and Dissertations collection contains the scholarly output of Purdue students from the first graduates to the year 1923. These theses and dissertations demonstrate the research efforts, scholarly output, and academic achievements by the first half-century of Purdue students.

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Engineering Technical Reports Collection, Purdue University

The first series to be scanned in the Purdue University Engineering Bulletin collection is the Industrial Waste Conference. Held from 1948 to 1997, the conference presented cutting edge research on pollution control in an industrial setting.

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Extension Annual Report (Purdue University. Agricultural Extension Service)

Annual reports of the Agricultural Extension Service at Purdue University.

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Extension Bulletin (Purdue University. Agricultural Extension Service)

Extension Bulletin was published by the Agricultural Extension Service at Purdue University beginning in 1910. Most issues have distinctive titles and some were reissued in revised editions

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Extension Circular (Purdue University. Agricultural Extension Service)

Circular no. 1 was published by the Agricultural Experiment Station in October, 1906, and publication continued under titles Circular, Station Circular and Extension Circular for over six decades. Extension Leaflet and Extension Bulletin were merged with Extension Cilrcular in 1956. The periodical ceased publication in 1969.

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Extension Economic & Marketing Info (Purdue University. Agricultural Extension)

In July, 1940, the first issue of Economic Information for Indiana Farmers was published by Purdue University's Department of Agricultural Extension, and the last of the 38 issues of that title appeared in June, 1947. With the July, 1947, issue the title was changed to Economic and Marketing Information for Indiana Farmers, and publication under that title continued until the final issue was produced in October, 1971. A supplement entitled Marketing Guides: Outlook for Indiana Agriculture was produced in some years, and the marketing guides continued as news releases after the periodical ceased publication in 1971.

Extension Indiana Crop and Livestock Statistics (Purdue Univ. Ag. Ext. Service)

In July, 1940, the first issue of Economic Information for Indiana Farmers was published by Purdue University's Department of Agricultural Extension, and the last of the 38 issues of that title appeared in June, 1947. With the July, 1947, issue the title was changed to Economic and Marketing Information for Indiana Farmers, and publication under that title continued until the final issue was produced in October, 1971. A supplement entitled Marketing Guides: Outlook for Indiana Agriculture was produced in some years, and the marketing guides continued as news releases after the periodical ceased publication in 1971.

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Extension Indiana Crops and Livestock (Purdue University. Ag. Extension Service)

Indiana Crops and Livestock was first published in October, 1925, by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Division of Crop and Livestock Estimates in cooperation with the Purdue University Agricultural Experiment Station. Some later issues were produced by the Indiana Crop and Livestock Reporting Service while others continued to be issued by the Agricultural Experiment Station.

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Extension Leaflet (Purdue University. Agricultural Extension Service)

The Agricultural Extension Service at Purdue University published a short pamphlet in 1910 called "S. C. Form 1" and soon changed the title to "A. E. Form" for subsequent issues up to and including no. 19, which was published in December 1911. The title was changed again to "Leaflet" with no. 20, which appeared in February, 1912. The series ceased publication in 1956 with no. 385. Most issues have distinctive titles and some were reissued in revised editions.

Extension Mimeo 4H (Purdue University. Agricultural Extension Service)

The Agricultural Extension Service at Purdue University published a short pamphlet in 1910 called "S. C. Form 1" and soon changed the title to "A. E. Form" for subsequent issues up to and including no. 19, which was published in December 1911. The title was changed again to "Leaflet" with no. 20, which appeared in February, 1912. The series ceased publication in 1956 with no. 385. Most issues have distinctive titles and some were reissued in revised editions.

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Extension Mimeo AE (Purdue University. Agricultural Extension Service)

Originally published as "Agricultural Engineering Mimeo" beginning in 1944, "Mimeo AE" – also called simply "AE" – addresses agriculture from an engineering point of view. Many later issues focus on energy conservation and include the subtitle "Energy management in agriculture". Most issues have distinctive titles and some were reissued in revised editions.

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Extension Mimeo AS (Purdue University. Agricultural Extension Service)

The first issue of Extension Mimeo AS was published in May, 1942, as "Mimeo. No. 1" from the "Purdue Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Animal Husbandry." Often calling itself "Mimeo AH" or simply "AH" during its first years, the publication focuses on animals in agriculture. In 1958 the title changed to "Mimeo AS" with no. 236 to follow the change to "Department of Animal Science" at the Experiment Station. Along with issues published after the 1958 title change, earlier numbers reissued in revised editions carry the "Mimeo AS" or "AS" title.

Extension Mimeo AY (Purdue University. Agricultural Extension Service)

The first issue of Extension Mimeo AS was published in May, 1942, as "Mimeo. No. 1" from the "Purdue Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Animal Husbandry." Often calling itself "Mimeo AH" or simply "AH" during its first years, the publication focuses on animals in agriculture. In 1958 the title changed to "Mimeo AS" with no. 236 to follow the change to "Department of Animal Science" at the Experiment Station. Along with issues published after the 1958 title change, earlier numbers reissued in revised editions carry the "Mimeo AS" or "AS" title.

Extension Mimeo DH (Purdue University. Agricultural Extension Service)

The first issue of Extension Mimeo AS was published in May, 1942, as "Mimeo. No. 1" from the "Purdue Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Animal Husbandry." Often calling itself "Mimeo AH" or simply "AH" during its first years, the publication focuses on animals in agriculture. In 1958 the title changed to "Mimeo AS" with no. 236 to follow the change to "Department of Animal Science" at the Experiment Station. Along with issues published after the 1958 title change, earlier numbers reissued in revised editions carry the "Mimeo AS" or "AS" title.

Extension Mimeo F (Purdue University. Agricultural Extension Service)

The first issue of Extension Mimeo AS was published in May, 1942, as "Mimeo. No. 1" from the "Purdue Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Animal Husbandry." Often calling itself "Mimeo AH" or simply "AH" during its first years, the publication focuses on animals in agriculture. In 1958 the title changed to "Mimeo AS" with no. 236 to follow the change to "Department of Animal Science" at the Experiment Station. Along with issues published after the 1958 title change, earlier numbers reissued in revised editions carry the "Mimeo AS" or "AS" title.

Extension Mimeo FNR (Purdue University. Agricultural Extension Service)

The first issue of Extension Mimeo AS was published in May, 1942, as "Mimeo. No. 1" from the "Purdue Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Animal Husbandry." Often calling itself "Mimeo AH" or simply "AH" during its first years, the publication focuses on animals in agriculture. In 1958 the title changed to "Mimeo AS" with no. 236 to follow the change to "Department of Animal Science" at the Experiment Station. Along with issues published after the 1958 title change, earlier numbers reissued in revised editions carry the "Mimeo AS" or "AS" title.

Extension Mimeo HE (Purdue University. Agricultural Extension Service)

The first issue of Extension Mimeo AS was published in May, 1942, as "Mimeo. No. 1" from the "Purdue Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Animal Husbandry." Often calling itself "Mimeo AH" or simply "AH" during its first years, the publication focuses on animals in agriculture. In 1958 the title changed to "Mimeo AS" with no. 236 to follow the change to "Department of Animal Science" at the Experiment Station. Along with issues published after the 1958 title change, earlier numbers reissued in revised editions carry the "Mimeo AS" or "AS" title.

Extension Mimeo HO (Purdue University. Ag. Extension Service)

The first issue of Extension Mimeo AS was published in May, 1942, as "Mimeo. No. 1" from the "Purdue Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Animal Husbandry." Often calling itself "Mimeo AH" or simply "AH" during its first years, the publication focuses on animals in agriculture. In 1958 the title changed to "Mimeo AS" with no. 236 to follow the change to "Department of Animal Science" at the Experiment Station. Along with issues published after the 1958 title change, earlier numbers reissued in revised editions carry the "Mimeo AS" or "AS" title.

Extension Mimeo P (Purdue University. Agricultural Extension Service)

The first issue of Extension Mimeo AS was published in May, 1942, as "Mimeo. No. 1" from the "Purdue Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Animal Husbandry." Often calling itself "Mimeo AH" or simply "AH" during its first years, the publication focuses on animals in agriculture. In 1958 the title changed to "Mimeo AS" with no. 236 to follow the change to "Department of Animal Science" at the Experiment Station. Along with issues published after the 1958 title change, earlier numbers reissued in revised editions carry the "Mimeo AS" or "AS" title.

Extension Mimeo S (Purdue University. Agricultural Extension Service)

The first issue of Extension Mimeo AS was published in May, 1942, as "Mimeo. No. 1" from the "Purdue Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Animal Husbandry." Often calling itself "Mimeo AH" or simply "AH" during its first years, the publication focuses on animals in agriculture. In 1958 the title changed to "Mimeo AS" with no. 236 to follow the change to "Department of Animal Science" at the Experiment Station. Along with issues published after the 1958 title change, earlier numbers reissued in revised editions carry the "Mimeo AS" or "AS" title.

Extension Pork Industry Handbook (Purdue University. Ag. Extension Service)

The first issue of Extension Mimeo AS was published in May, 1942, as "Mimeo. No. 1" from the "Purdue Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Animal Husbandry." Often calling itself "Mimeo AH" or simply "AH" during its first years, the publication focuses on animals in agriculture. In 1958 the title changed to "Mimeo AS" with no. 236 to follow the change to "Department of Animal Science" at the Experiment Station. Along with issues published after the 1958 title change, earlier numbers reissued in revised editions carry the "Mimeo AS" or "AS" title.

Extension Purdue Swine Day (Purdue University. Ag. Extension Service)

The first issue of Extension Mimeo AS was published in May, 1942, as "Mimeo. No. 1" from the "Purdue Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Animal Husbandry." Often calling itself "Mimeo AH" or simply "AH" during its first years, the publication focuses on animals in agriculture. In 1958 the title changed to "Mimeo AS" with no. 236 to follow the change to "Department of Animal Science" at the Experiment Station. Along with issues published after the 1958 title change, earlier numbers reissued in revised editions carry the "Mimeo AS" or "AS" title.

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Frank and Lillian Gilbreth Collection

The Frank and Lillian Gilbreth collections document the professional and personal lives of world-renowned engineers and entrepreneurs Frank Gilbreth and Lillian Gilbreth. These collections consist of time-motion studies, time management documents, personal papers, correspondence, photographs, and other memorabilia that Lillian Gilbreth collected during her life regarding her youth, marriage, family, and career. (Note: At present, only a handful of items from the Gilbreth collections have been digitized.)

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Frederick J. Noonan and Mary Beatrice Noonan papers

The Frederick J. Noonan and Mary Beatrice Noonan papers document Frederick Noonan’s career as a navigator for Pan American Airways’ China Clipper and as navigator for Amelia Earhart’s 1937 world flight attempt. The papers are primarily comprised of letters and telegrams from Fred Noonan to Mary Beatrice Noonan sent home during his June – July 1937 world flight attempt with Earhart.

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George Winter

George Winter is one of Indiana's best-known artists. Born in 1809 in Portsea, England, Mr. Winter first studied art privately, and later studied at the Royal Academy. By 1837, George Winter was located in Logansport, Indiana, and nearly all of Mr. Winter's remaining life was spent in the Wabash valley. Winter documented the forced relocation of the Potawatomi and Miami tribes of the Wabash valley through his paintings and journals. Portions of this collection are available online as a joint project of the Tippecanoe County Historical Association (owner of the collection) and Purdue Libraries, Archives and Special Collections.

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Helen Gougar

A signed, digitized copy of well-known Hoosier Helen Gougar's treatise "The Constitutional Rights of the Women of Indiana" from 1895 has been made available online.

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Indiana Bridges, 1921-1943

Granville Thompson's photographs document Indiana highway bridge construction projects dating from 1921-1943. Approximately 41 bridge construction projects are covered, at around 33 location sites in Indiana. Many of the original structures in the photographs no longer exist.

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Indiana Farmer

The Indiana Farmer was a monthly publication detailing news and events about and for Indiana's farming community. The Farmer gives a rare view of rural Hoosier life from 1851 to 1917. It includes the mechanization of Hoosier agriculture, the founding of Purdue University and the first Indiana State Fair.

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Indiana History

The Indiana History collection is comprised of primary source documents written by native Hoosiers or related to the history of the State of Indiana.

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James R. Eaton photo album

The James R. Eaton photo album was created by Eaton while he was an undergraduate electrical engineering student at Purdue University in the 1920s. The photos document buildings on the University campus, greater West Lafayette, football games, May Day and other student activities, as well as an early running of the Indianapolis 500.

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Krannert Magazine

Dating to 1969, the Krannert Alumni Magazine includes news related to the Krannert School of Management at Purdue University.

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Loretta Mae Wallace photo album

The Loretta Mae Wallace photo album was created by Wallace during her time as a Purdue student from 1906 to 1910, with most photos dating to 1908-1909. Photographs include campus scenes, buildings, Lafayette and surrounding areas, Mechanics Burning, a visit to Indiana University, Civil Engineering projects, and other scenes of student life.

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Medieval Manuscripts

The Ancient and Medieval Manuscript Leaves collection contains leaves from Breviaries, Books of Hours, Antiphonaries, Bibles, an Anthology of Persian Poetry, Byzantine Music Notation, and a papyrus fragment. The collection demonstrates a variety of medieval texts and artistic styles.

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Otis E. Griner papers

The papers of Otis Edward Griner are composed of black and white photographs, cyanotypes, and newspaper clippings documenting Otis Griner's time as a student at Purdue University from 1911-1914.

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Philosophy Born of Struggle Conference records

Recordings and documents of the Philosophy Born of Struggle Conference (1994-present), an annual academic gathering of philosophers interested in the black experience and in public philosophies of racial justice and human liberation.

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Psychoactive Substances Collection

This unique collection of materials documents the history of psychoactive substances and their applications toward medicine and healing. The digital Psychoactive Substances collection includes a small selection of items from the larger Psychoactive Substances collection found within Purdue University Archives and Special Collections.

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Purdue Buildings and Campus Scenes

The Purdue Buildings and Campus Scenes collection focuses upon the grounds and buildings that have housed and educated Purdue students.

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Purdue Colleges and Departments

Images related directly to the role Purdue colleges and departments have taken on during the existence of the university.

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Purdue Herbaria Correspondence Collection

The correspondence collection includes many letters between these prominent botanists discussing the herbaria at Purdue as well as matters concerning the Botany and Plant Pathology department. Includes foundational documents regarding the Arthur Fungarium and Kriebel Herbarium at Purdue.

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Purdue History in Photographs

Thousands of historic university photographs have been brought together to create the Purdue History in Photographs collection. Purdue customs and traditions, events, people, and the ever-changing campus are represented. Early images of Purdue Pete and Boilermaker Special are two of the more well-known items.

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Purdue History in Print

Purdue History in Print contains publications related to scholarship and history of Purdue University.

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Purdue Pharmacist

Dating to 1924, the Pharmacist is a self-described journal "devoted to the profession of pharmacy" by the students and staff of Purdue University. The periodical contains many articles regarding the impact the School of Pharmacy has had upon the world while also connecting Pharmacy alumni.

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Purdue Policy Archive

The Purdue Policy Archive is a repository for past and present Purdue University administrative policies.

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Purdue Regional Campuses

The Purdue Regional Campuses collection focuses upon the creation and impact of the satellite campuses of Purdue University within the State of Indiana.

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Purdue Scrapbooks Collection

Scrapbooks are personal, first-hand accounts of period of time of an individual's life. The Purdue Scrapbook collection brings these crafted histories to a wider audience. These multi-dimensional scrapbooks are composed of personal notes, news clippings, dance cards, pins, medallions, game tickets, photographs, programs, and innumerable other unique items.

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Purdue Students

The Purdue Students collection consists of selected photographs highlighting student activity on campus.

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Purdue University Administrative and Associations

Various university administrative personnel, groups, and functions have been brought together to create the Purdue University Administrative and Associations collection of photographs. Awards ceremonies and Board of Trustees meeting images are a few examples from the collection.

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Purdue University Alumni

The Purdue University Alumni photographs series contains hundreds of images of university alums. Class portraits, alumni portraits, distinguished graduates, and class reunions constitute the collection.

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Purdue University Athletics

A collection of sketches and photos tells the history of Purdue athletics from its beginnings at the intercollegiate level. Individual athletes and teams are featured in this extensive historic collection.

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Purdue University Campus and Lafayette photo albums

The Purdue University Campus and Lafayette photo albums collection contains two photo albums that document Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, and Lafayette, Indiana in the early twentieth century.

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Purdue University Faculty

The Purdue University Faculty collection contains a number of photographs of past and present faculty members from the West Lafayette and satellite campuses.

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Purdue University Faculty and Senate Records

The Purdue University Faculty and Senate Records digital collection includes meeting minutes, resolutions, and documents of the Purdue University Senate (1964-present).

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Purdue University Libraries

The Purdue University Libraries collection is a series of historical photographs spanning the tenure of the university. Photographs include the earliest library in University Hall, the opening of a separate main library in 1913, the twentieth-century transitions of the library system, and more recent library renovations.

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Purdue University Newsreels

The Purdue University Newsreels provide a narrative visual record of the noteworthy persons, places, and events that shaped the university. The earliest available newsreel was created in 1935, and this collection includes a continuous production of reels dating from 1955.

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Purdue University Office of Publications Oral History Program collection

The Purdue Office of Publications Oral History Program collection documents Purdue University history through oral history interviews conducted with Purdue University professors and administrators between 1969 and 1989. Interview topics include Purdue history and changes in administration and academic departments.

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Purdue University Oral History Program Collection

The Purdue Oral History program captures reminiscences by individuals who have been associated with the university. These interviews aid in enriching our understanding of the history of Purdue University by retaining oral evidence of past decisions, events, accomplishments, programs and the expansion of the university.

Robert T. Hatt scrapbook

The Purdue Oral History program captures reminiscences by individuals who have been associated with the university. These interviews aid in enriching our understanding of the history of Purdue University by retaining oral evidence of past decisions, events, accomplishments, programs and the expansion of the university.

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SVM Report

The SVM Report, formerly known as the Purdue Veterinary Medicine Update, has been published continuously since 1975. It chronicles the history of what is now named the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine from that time to the present. Major accomplishments of the faculty, staff and students are reported along with news about curriculum changes, facility improvements, alumni achievements and other campus events of interest to constituents of the school.

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Twin Pines Cooperative 60th Anniversary Collection

Selections from the Debris Yearbooks document the members and history of the Twin Pines Cooperative House at Purdue University.

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