University of Tennessee Ephemera Collection
This collection houses a variety of materials documenting student life at the University of Tennessee during the early 21st century. Among these materials are applications (including applications for residence halls, the College of Law, and potential transfer students), information about degree programs, safety posters, invitations to campus events, Christmas cards (signed by such University of Tennessee luminaries as Ed Boling, John Schumaker, and Joe Johnson), scholarship and financial aid brochures, advertisements for alumni publications, brochures for exhibits at the McClung Museum, orientation guides, materials showing the Parent Association, and DAR brochures. A small portion of the material in this collection dates from 1976 to 1999, including a 1994 Cross-Country Volunteers publication and a 1976 UT Knoxville Tour Guide.
- Majority of material found in 2001-2005
Conditions Governing Access
Collections are stored offsite and must be requested in advance. See www.special.lib.utk.edu for detailed information. Collections must be requested through a registered Special Collections research account.
Conditions Governing Use
The UT Libraries claims only physical ownership of most material in the collections. Persons wishing to broadcast or publish this material must assume all responsibility for identifying and satisfying any claimants on www.special.lib.utk.edu for detailed information. Collections must be requested through a registered Special Collections research account.
2.25 Linear Feet
This collection houses applications, brochures, safety posters, advertisements, course and program descriptions, scholarships, financial aid information, descriptions of residence halls, and other materials documenting student life at the University of Tennessee. Although most of the collection is dated 2001-2005, a small portion comes from 1976-1999, and 2006-2007.
No biographical information is available.
Collection consists of two boxes.
Collection was donated to University Archives.