University of Alabama
Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Collection contains the Beta Tapes during the student unrest May 1970 at the University of Alabama.
Overview The Alpha Epsilon Delta collection consists of the rules, rituals, petitions, reports, and memorabilia of the University of Alabama's charter chapter of this medical honors society.
Abstract An address to the "Gentlemen of the Erosophic Society" in 1848 at The University of Alabama and a letter to Barnard from his brother, John G. Barnard, regarding a pass for travel in 1862.
Dates: 1848, 1862
Abstract Commencement address titled "Footprints of the Creator," delivered on July 15, 1858, at the University of Alabama.
Dates: 1858 July 15
Abstract Correspondence, bank records, scrapbooks, meeting agendas, and minutes, of the University of Alabama chapter of the National Library and Information Studies honorary.
Overview Research paper titled "Integration at the University of Alabama," submitted for seminar in African American history at the University of Alabama in 1975.
Overview A letter dated 24 February 1849, written from the University of Alabama to Sam Houston, advising him that he has been elected an honorary member of the Erosophic Society.
Dates: 1849 February 24
Overview Letter written by Burford, dated 20 October 1847, from the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to his brother in Summerfield [Alabama?]
Dates: 1847 October 20
Overview Documents, interviews, and source material used by Camille Elebash,in co-producing with Joe Terry, the documentary George Wallace: A Politician’s Legacy.
Overview Scrapbooks and newspaper articles highlighting church members who worked for the University and college students who attended Canterbury Chapel.
Overview Souvenirs and mementoes of University of Alabama football, with some boxing and baseball memorabilia, 1932-1948, including photos of players, many of them signed, and newspaper clippings, as well as some 1935 Rose Bowl materials and photos.
Overview Memorabilia of a University of Alabama student, 1930-1934, including a scrapbook, record book, newspapers, and student organization documents
Abstract A handwritten copy of Cochrane's University of Alabama diploma.
Overview University of Alabama report, dated 24 December 1831, stating the absences of John Colgin for the month of December.
Dates: 1831 December 24
Abstract Diaries whose short entries provide information on the daily activities of this coed from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, member of Kappa Delta sorority, and 1916 University of Alabama graduate.
Dates: 1913 - 1914
Overview Photograph album containing images of students and faculty at The University of Alabama in 1859 and includes the oldest known photograph of the campus.
Abstract Photographs of the first African American student admitted to the University of Alabama, Autherine Lucy, enrolling at The University of Alabama in February 1956.
Dates: 1956 February
Overview Joint statement made by Jack Drake, Ralph Knowles and George Dean relating to an alleged undercover informant/agent provocateur during student unrest in 1971(?).
Abstract This collection consist of two hundred and sixty nine photographs depicting buildings around The University of Alabama campus; Tombigbee and other river's in Alabama; trains; Eugene Allen Smith house on campus and his family; Alabama State Capitol; steamboats; University of Alabama baseball team; scene's from University of Mississippi; and scene's from Wetumka Penitentiary.
Dates: 1813 - 1927
Collection — Box: 2339
Overview Items relating to Walter Flowers and Jennie Shaw Flowers as students at the University of Alabama, including commencement programs, SGA and WSGA ribbons, Triangle ribbon, library card, and invitation to a dance
Overview Twenty-four essays (including one doctoral dissertation and three master’s theses) on Alabama place-names written by students of Virginia O. Foscue, who was a Professor of English at the University of Alabama from 1963 to 1993.
Overview Correspondence, school papers, clippings, and photographs.
Overview Scrapbook kept during the 13th annual session of summer school for teachers at the University of Alabama, June 8-July 19, 1916, that includes photographs, autographs, anecdotes, notes of social events, a newsletter, and postcards of University of Alabama scenes.
Overview Paper entitled "Then Came the Women: The University in the Nineties," written by Bessie Leach Hayden, Dean of Women, about the first sixty years of coeducation at the University of Alabama.
Dates: circa 1953
Overview Correspondence, clippings, and reports about The University of Alabama collected by this alumnus and trustee of the institution.
Overview Records, mostly correspondence of Rabbi Henry A. Fischel (1948-1956), relating to the activities of the Hillel Foundation and its role in student life at the University of Alabama.
Dates: 1944 - 1976; Majority of material found within 1948 - 1956
Overview Diary (and transcription) kept by Edna Lee Holladay during her college days at the University of Alabama
Abstract Sixteen black and white photographs of University of Alabama scenes, including students, football parade, ROTC functions and Governor Bibb Graves. Photographs were probably taken by Ira Stark, a University of Alabama student and graduate of 1940.
Dates: 1930 - 1947
Overview Correspondence, writings, teaching materials, and musical compositions of this former faculty member of the University of Alabama.
Overview A collection of copies of newspaper clippings and information about Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and its people.
Collection — Box: 38034.001
Abstract Photographs taken by James William Oakley Jr. during the week that Autherine Lucy, the first African American student at The University of Alabama, enrolled in February 1956.
Dates: 1956 February
Overview This collection consists of eighty-five photographs of Jerry A. Davis, Jr. (UA, MA, 1991), his friends and family, school pictures of Tuscaloosa Academy students, University of Alabama Sigma Chi fraternity parties, and vacation scenes.
Dates: 1979 - 1989
Abstract This collection consists chiefly of photographs relating to the Kappa Alpha Order members at the University of Alabama.
Dates: 1951 - 1988
Overview Three photographs of U. of A. students between 1884-1887 and an article by McCall about Alabamians who went to California during the 1849 "Gold Rush."
Overview The collection chiefly consists of correspondence between O. B. Emerson and various individuals including authors, former students, and other faculty and staff from The University of Alabama. The collection also includes materials about different authors and subjects on which Dr. Emerson either taught or published, as well as a significant amount of materials related to professional organizations in which he was involved.
Dates: 1945 - 1990
Abstract Collection consists of fourteen photographs of University of Alabama coeds engaged in a variety of activities around campus, probably taken by Hardesty, a 1933 graduate of Alabama.
Dates: 1931 - 1933
Overview UA Glee Club newspaper clippings and a photo
Dates: Between 1900 and 1925
Overview Nine photograph albums of William F. Reekstin, a student at the University of Alabama in the early 1930s documenting a variety of campus venues and activities.
Overview Photographs, invitations, dance cards, etc. from a University of Alabama student during the World War II years.
Overview A miscellany of material relating to the University of Alabama Corps of cadets, 1873-1905, including invitations to the 1873 junior exhibition and Corps of Cadets hops (dances) in 1874, 1876, and 1878, and the program for a 1905 reunion of the Corps of Cadets Company E, winner of a 1885 drill competition at the New Orleans Exposition.
Overview Pledge register for the University of Alabama's Alpha Beta Chapter of the Kappa Alpha Order, February 1935 - August 1948
Overview Diary of Episcopal minister William A. Stickney contains entries dated from 1841-1847. The diary documents Stickney's life as a college student at LaGrange College in Franklin County, Alabama, the University of Alabama, and the General Theological Seminary in New York City. Entries provide information about Stickney's daily life, as well as descriptions of religious services he attended and led, and a description of his personal devotions.
Abstract Black and white photographs of students housed in Woods Hall in early 1900s.