Even Team (Sports Team)
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Personal items of Florida State College for Women student Carrie Forehand Crocker (formerly Carrie Lee Crocker) (BA, Home Economics, 1942). Items include papers and memorabilia related to her participation in student organizations, the Dining Room Girls, and assorted student related activities. (See box list.)
The Clara Mae Shepherd Scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, programs, and other ephemera related to her years as a student at Florida State College for Women.
Dorothy Ina Price was a Florida State College for Women student, class of 1925 (BA, Modern Language). The items in the collection include her scrapbook, class photo, academic transcripts, a draft of her master's thesis, programs for musical performances, correspondences and other assorted student and non-student related ephemera (See box list.).
Collection consists of photograph album, 1944 "Distaff" magazine (with Frankie Hall on the cover), and commemorative Heritage Tower brick.
The Gladys Janette Folsom Harrington Scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, programs, correspondence, and other items related to her years as a student at Florida State College for Women.
The items in the Janet MacGowan West Collection contain a scrapbook related to her years as a student at Florida State College for Women as well as miscellaneous items including correspondence, a luggage tag, and newspaper clippings.
The collection includes pins relating to Janet Wells' involvement in FSCW athletics, the Esterens (the honor society for the Evens), and the FSU Garnet Key Honor Society. The collection also features the L. Janet Wells Scrapbook, which contains photographs and ephemeral items and documents relating to Janet Wells' time as a student at Florida State College for Women. Lastly, two Odd caps and a trash bin labeled "FSCW" are part of the collection.
The Mary Cobb Nelson Scrapbook consists of photographs and ephemeral items related to her years as a Florida State College for Women student from 1923 to 1928.