University of Arizona

Women

Search results

  1. Records Relating to Social Fundamentals, an Orientation Course Required for all Freshman Women

    Includes lecture schedules, examination questions, correspondence, historical notes and related items of a course given from 1931 to 1951, covering social etiquette and relationships, health, nutrition, clothing selection, attitudes, values and vocational ...

    castanoe - 2015-06-10 12:49

  2. Ownby Family Papers

    Pioneer family who moved from Bakersfield, California to Lordsburg, New Mexico in 1881, where they operated a boarding establishment, the Ownby House. Collection includes letters and photographs. Original and typescript copies of personal letters from Ann ...

    castanoe - 2015-06-19 15:21

  3. Evelyn Kirmse University of Arizona Centennial Collection

    Evelyn Jones Kirmse was born in 1900 in Baltimore, Maryland and died in 1986 in Tucson, Arizona. Kirmse received her bachelors and masters of art degrees from George Washington University in the 1920’s. She came to the University of Arizona in 1929 as Dea ...

    castanoe - 2015-08-06 10:21

  4. Women Mystery Writers

    Established in 2001 by John Schaefer, former UA President, and Carla Stoffle, then Dean of the University Libraries, the Women Mystery Writers Collection—one of few such research collections in the country—includes works from American women mystery writer ...

    blakisto - 2015-11-19 13:44

  5. Mary Roby Papers

    Mary Roby was the University of Arizona's first Director of Athletics for Women in 1972 and became Associate Athletic Director for men’s and women’s athletic programs in 1982. She was a full professor in the Department of Exercise and Sports Sciences ...

    trentp - 2015-12-09 09:33

  6. University of Arizona Women's Athletics and Physical Education Papers

    Collection contains documents detailing the history of women’s physical education and athletics at the University. These records were generated primarily by the Department of Physical Education for Women, led by Ina Gittings from 1920-1955. The records in ...

    trentp - 2015-12-09 09:54

  7. The Story of Patchy

    Typescript of unpublished manuscript, with photographs, concerning the story of Apache May, a young Apache girl found in May, 1896, by Cochise County cattleman and former sheriff, John Slaughter, in an abandoned Apache camp. She lived with the Slaughters ...

    castanoe - 2016-01-13 08:53

Pages