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Finding Aid for College of Family and Consumer Science Papers, 1916-2006 (UGA 06-174)

RG 2-17 Family & Consumer Science
23 linear feet: 18 Banker's Boxes & 1 Newspaper Box

Creator Note:

The College of Family and Consumer Science, formerly know as the College of Home Economics, can trace its history back to February 23, 1918 when the Georgia State College of Agriculture of the University of Georgia approved the first degree program for women. A Bachelor of Science in Home Economics was established in September of 1918 through the College of Agriculture, opening the College to women. Mary Ethel Creswell received the first undergraduate degree and soon became the Director of the College of Home Economics. Initially two subjects were taught: Foods and Cookery plus Clothing and Textiles.

In the beginning many different facilities were used to house the College of Home Economics. The food laboratories were housed by the Dairy Division, the cafeteria was located on the ground floor of Conner Hall, and the clothing laboratory was on the second floor of Lumpkin Hall. The “first twelve” women students were housed in “The Student Cottage” a rented house on Lumpkin Street during the construction of the Woman’s Building, now Soule Hall, which began during the second year of the program. The new Woman’s Building was furnished by gifts because there were no state funds appropriated for the task.

In 1930 the College of Home Economics had grown to 304 students. The facilities now included the Woman’s Building, Soule Hall, a Home Management House consisting of nine rooms, a cottage Nursery School, and a small art building. Space was borrowed in Conner Hall for the cafeteria, in Hardman Hall for a nutrition research laboratory, in the Physical Education Building for an art laboratory, and in Barrow Hall for a laboratory for electrical household equipment. In 1931 funds from the Dawson Trust of 1925 were made available by President Soule of the Georgia State College of Agriculture to construct Dawson Hall increasing the facilities of the College of Home Economics. In 1939 four new Home Management houses were completed which provided laboratory housing for students. On January 2, 1940 the specially designed Nursery School opened.

The 1933 organization of The University of Georgia established the School of Home Economics when the Household Arts Department of the State Teachers College merged with the Division of Home Economics of the State College of Agriculture. Classes were offered allowing vocational preparation for careers in General Home Economics, Institutional Management, Home Demonstration Work, and Teacher Training.

The Child and Family Development Center was completed on July 17, 1970 followed by the completion of the Dawson Hall Annex on February 10, 1971. With these two additions the School of Home Economics’ facilities was doubled. In 1985 major renovations to Dawson Hall resulted in the construction of a new entrance to the building.

With annual reports, photographs and historic documents, this collection provides rich documentation of the first 60 years of the College.

Scope and Contents

The collection was transferred from the College of Family and Consumer Sciences in 2006 and may consist in part of materials assembled by Dr. Jesse Mize in compiling her 1985 history of the college, The History of Home Economics at the University of Georgia. The collection can be divided into eight series:

I. Annual Report materials from 1918/1919 forward (boxes 1-3)

II. Recent Departmental Administrative Files, 1951-2006, largely 1988-2006 (boxes 4-6)

III. College activities related to international development in the 1980’s (boxes 7-9)

IV. Mental Retardation Center Files, 1968-1990 (box 10)

V. Photographs and Slides, c. 1916-1989 (box 11)

VI. History of FACS, papers and publications, 1916-1985 (box 12)

VII. Construction Projects and Renovations, c. 1958-1979 (boxes 13-14)

VIII. Plaques, Notebooks, Oversize Items, Audio Tapes, c. 1900-1982 (boxes 15-16)

In series I-IV and VII the original order of files was preserved. In the remaining series there was no discernable order and arrangements were developed by the processor.

Sources for Information

  1. Dedication Program for the Margaret E. McPhaul Child and Family Development Center, 1973 (box 12, folder 3 of this collection)
  2. Home Economics Heritage. (box 12, folder 1 of this collection).
  3. The History of Home Economics at the University of Georgia. Edited by Jessie J. Mize. Athens, Ga. : Agee Publishers Inc., 1985.

File Inventory

Box 1:Annual Reports & Supporting Materials, 1918/1919 –1950/1951 [missing 1923 /1924]

Box 2: Annual Reports & Supporting Materials, 1951/1952–1982/1983 [missing 1970 / 1971]

Box 3: Annual Reports, 1983/1984–1999/2000 [missing 1989/90, 1990/1991 & 1996/97]

Box 4: Departmental Administrative Subject Files, 1989-2006

  1. FACS Pamphlets and Brochures
  2. Sharon Y. Nickols-Memo Regarding Visits to Capitol Hill [March 5, 2004]
  3. Recruitment [1992]
  4. Sharon Y. Nickols-Awards/Nominations 1992-2006
  5. Creswell Research Fund [July 20, 1951]
  6. Georgia Power Distinguished Textile Science Professor-Hardin
  7. Albany State University
  8. CFD Office Remodeling [1997]
  9. TMI/Art Request [Department of Textiles, Merchandising, & Interiors-1998]
  10. McPhaul Programs 98-99
  11. Results Based Budget FY/99-FACS Extension
  12. Public Service and Outreach Funding
  13. Articles Pertaining to Family and Consumer Sciences Philosophy and Program Design
  14. International Activities Inventory-1997 (AAHS/BOHS Institutions) [Association of Administrators of Human Sciences/Board on Human Sciences]
  15. S. Nickols’ notebook from Leadership FACS Retreat [October 2-3, 1992]
  16. S. Nickols’ notebook from Leadership FACS Retreat [September 24-25, 1993]
  17. Notebook from Leadership FACS Retreat [October 4-5, 1996]
  18. Trustees’ Spouses Visit to CFCS-9/27/91
  19. Dean’s Tour of the State, Meet the Dean, 1991
  20. Administrative Structure [1991]
  21. Administrative Reviews-1991-1992
  22. Food and Nutrition Program Review, Hotel and Restaurant Admin. [1992]
  23. Government Relations Initiatives [1991]
  24. FY99 Strengthening Georgia Families and Communities [1997-98]
  25. Proposed Ph.D. program for textile science graduates [July 26, 1989]
  26. Notes for departmental meetings [Child and Family Development; Food and Nutrition; Housing and Consumer Economics; Textiles, Merchandising, and Interiors-2004]
  27. Strategic Plan 1995-2000 The University of Georgia [Brochure and Proof]
  28. End of the Quarter Report, Child and Family Development [Winter Quarter, 1991]
  29. College of Family and Consumer Sciences [Faculty 1990-1991]
  30. Lists of Deans of Colleges and Schools
  31. FACS Administrative Service Review, Fall, 1991
  32. Athens Housing Authority [1995]

Box 5: Departmental Administrative Subject Files, 1978-2005

  1. Evaluations of the Multicultural Diversity Retreat [1993?]
  2. Multicultural Diversity Workshop
  3. College [Miscellaneous Paperwork related to the February 12, 1993 Multicultural Diversity Retreat]
  4. Multicultural Diversity Workshop [Planning for the February 1993 workshop]
  5. E-mail about House Subcommittee [July 2005]
  6. HB 69-Affordable Housing [House Bill]
  7. House Bill 221-Child Support
  8. HB 518 Zero to Five [House Bill]
  9. Presentation to Higher Ed Sub-committee/Women’s Caucus-2003
  10. FY 2000 Legislative Initiative
  11. Political Contacts [2003]
  12. Cultural Diversity Report 1998
  13. Building Georgia’s World University booklets
  14. Proposal to Host [1994 Emerging Administrators Conference]
  15. Committees [Emerging Administrators Conference]
  16. Minutes/Conference Calls [HEALC-Home Economics Administrative Leadership Council]
  17. Letter to Administrators/Application [HEALC]
  18. Correspondence to Participants [HEALC]
  19. First Brochure [HEALC]
  20. General Mills Proposal
  21. Permission to Photocopy [1994]
  22. Schedule [Leadership for the 21st Century]
  23. Scholarships
  24. Time Table [HEALC]
  25. Welcome Baskets [Emerging Administrators in Home Economics Workshop]
  26. Thank You Letters After Workshop [HEALC]
  27. Thank You Letters Received [Emerging Administrators in Home Economics]
  28. The Home Economics Administrative Leadership Council notebook
  29. 1992 Program Planning/Meeting with Vice Presidents
  30. 1991-1992 Head Start Contract
  31. Dean’s Internship Program
  32. Commentary [Home Economics Commentary newsletter]
  33. Logo UGA [October 26, 1988]
  34. Change from School to College [1978]
  35. Name Change [From College of Home Economics to FACS] [1]
  36. Name Change [From College of Home Economics to FACS] [2]
  37. Name Change [From College of Home Economics to FACS] [3]

Box 6: Departmental Administrative Subject Files, c. 1992-2005

  1. Minutes CFCS Cabinet [June 2, 1992-January 7, 1992]
  2. Minutes CFCS Cabinet [March 17, 1992-August 30, 1991]
  3. Minutes CFCS Cabinet [December 3, 1991-August 30, 1991]
  4. Memorandum of Understanding Between The College of Family and Consumer Sciences, The University of Georgia and the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, The University of Georgia for State Extension Faculty Support of Family and Consumer Science Programs
  5. Administrative Cabinet Meetings August 1996-May 1997
  6. Executive Cte [College Executive Committee-August 1995-March 1997]
  7. Executive Cte Agenda [1993 with miscellaneous paperwork from other years]
  8. Sharon Y. Nickols FACS Donor/Scholar Recognition Speeches 2000-2005
  9. Sharon Y. Nickols FACS Honors Day Speeches 1992-2006 [Missing 1996]
  10. Sharon Y. Nickols FACS Convocation Speeches June 1992-May 2006 [June 1992-June 1997-1 speech per year; June 1998-December 2005-2 speeches per year;  May 2006-1 speech per year]
  11. President’s Inauguration Committee [1997-1998]
  12. FACS Extension Directory 2000-2001 [Sharon Nickols’ copy]
  13. IYF Committee [International Year of the Family-1993-94; some photographs]
  14. Extension IYF Conference Nov. 1994 [Correspondence 1994-95] [International Year of the Family]
  15. Planning-May2-5 Meetings [1994-IYF]
  16. Georgia IYF Talk “Issues Facing Families”
  17. Family and Consumer Sciences Bulletin re. IYF
  18. UGA Research Reporter Article [Summer 1994]
  19. Student Activities [1994-IYF]
  20. NCFR One World/Many Families [National Council on Family Relations-June 1992]
  21. IYF Fatherhood [1994]
  22. Proclamations
  23. CES IYF Activities [1994]
  24. 1994 International Year of the Family booklet

Box 7: International Development Activities, 1980’s

  1. BIFAD – The First Year…A Progress Report [Board of International Food and Agricultural Development – November 1877]
  2. Title XII and BIAFAD
  3. Georgia Council for International Visitors [September 1987]
  4. AWID [Association for Women in Development – 1987]
  5. AWID News [Fall 1987 newsletter]
  6. International Development Advisory Committee
  7. Association of International Education Administrators
  8. IDR [International Development [1987]
  9. College of Home Economics Activity
  10. University of Georgia guide to International Resources booklet [1985]
  11. WID [Women in Development]
  12. Joint PVO [An Alliance of University and Private and voluntary Organizations…]
  13. WID: Joint Center
  14. AD-HOC Committee [University of Georgia’s Title XII Strengthening Grant] [1]
  15. AD-HOC Committee [University of Georgia’s Title XII Strengthening Grant] [2]
  16. Debt-For-Development [September 21, 1990]
  17. Crisis, Adjustment and Social Change [Article June 1990]
  18. Title XII Strengthening Grant [July 1989 – August 1988]
  19. Title XII Strengthening Grant [May 1988 – January 1988]
  20. Title XII Strengthening Grant
  21. International Curriculum Development Correspondence, 1989
  22. International Curriculum Development Correspondence, 1990
  23. Dr. Lynda H. Walter – Evaluation Committee [1]
  24. Dr. Lynda H. Walter – Evaluation Committee [2]
  25. Strengthening Grant [1988 – 1989]
  26. Extension Training: Michigan State U.
  27. Library Committee
  28. Other Committees
  29. Policy Committee

Box 8: International Development Activities, 1980’s

  1. International Development Publicity
  2. Final Seminar
  3. International Mission of the University of Georgia
  4. AID/BIFAD Directories
  5. Publication Catalogs [Women’s Studies]
  6. WID Library Collection Information [Women In World]
  7. WID: Women are half the World’s Adult Population
  8. WID: Factoring Gender into the Development Equation
  9. WID: Women as Development Resources
  10. Gender Issues in AID’s Agricultural Projects: How efficient are we? [1985]
  11. Women In Development: AIDS Experience, 1973-1985
  12. UN Development Fund for women [1987]
  13. Michigan State Publications
  14. WID Data Base [February 10, 1984]
  15. Readings In Economics
  16. Strengthening Grant-Burkina Journal [1986]
  17. Strengthening Grant-Burkina Faso Trip Report [October 14, 1986]
  18. Strengthening Grant-Burkina Faso Trip [Background Information and Reports] [1]
  19. Strengthening Grant-Burkina Faso Trip [Background Information and Reports] [2]
  20. Strengthening Grant-Burkina Faso Trip [Background Information and Reports] [3]
  21. Strengthening Grant [Objectives, Proposal, Response]
  22. Strengthening Grant [Minutes for June 2, 1986 and Report for October 1, 1985-June 6, 1986]
  23. Strengthening Grant [Proposals and Reports 1986-1988]
  24. Strengthening Grant [Targeted African Countries]
  25. Strengthening Grant [International Services and Programs Office]
  26. International Education
  27. African Studies [1987]
  28. To Strengthen the Nation’s Investment in Foreign Lang. & Intern. Studies
  29. UGA Communique [newsletters 1984 and 1986]
  30. Development Review [January 1987]

Box 9: International Development Activities, 1980’s

  1. UN Development Fund for Women [1985
  2. UGA Bulletin [newsletters-1986-1987]
  3. WID Bulletin-Michigan State
  4. Action for Children [3 issues]
  5. Education in Sub-Saharan Africa [1988]
  6. Economic Profile: Francophone West Africa [December 1987-Booklet]
  7. Law: Women The Forgotten Resource [August 8, 1988 newsletter]
  8. SECID Publications [The South-East Consortium for International Development]
  9. SECID the quarter in Review
  10. SECID Annual Report 1980-1981
  11. JCARD [Joint Council On Food and Agricultural Sciences]
  12. International: Southern Center for International Studies
  13. University System of Georgia Studies Abroad Program [Publicity]
  14. International Youth in Development
  15. Fulbright Hays Training Grants ‘82
  16. Institute of International Education (Teaching Abroad)
  17. Fellowships & Grants
  18. Title XII Report to Congress [1983]
  19. Guidelines for Title XII Grant
  20. Report to Congress on Title XII-Famine Prevention & Freedom from Hunger [1981-82]
  21. Toward a World-Class University [Report to President Knapp from The Task Force on International Programs-June 1989]
  22. Task Force Minutes and Correspondence [June 1988-October 1988] [1] [Task Force on International Programs]
  23. Task Force Minutes and Correspondence [December 1988-March 1989] [2]
  24. Task Force Minutes and Correspondence [1989] [3]
  25. Task Force on International Programs
  26. Task Force [Miscellaneous] [1]
  27. Task Force [Miscellaneous] [2]
  28. WID [Women In International Development] Questionnaires [1]
  29. WID [Women In International Development] Questionnaires [2]

Box 10: Mental Retardation Center

  1. Mental Retardation Center [1968 Floor Plan, Memorandums form 1983]
  2. Mental Retardation Center [1980]
  3. Mental Retardation Center
  4. Administrative Support To Train Personnel To Serve Individuals With Developmental Disabilities [1985 – 1986]
  5. Relocation to McPhaul [1985]
  6. Council of Deans [Site Visit to the University Affiliated Facility of Georgia, Athens by the Administration developmental Disabilities, 1985]
  7. Council of Deans [Proposal to change name of The Department of Mental Health and Retardation, History of UAF in Georgia, Copy of a contract between Division of Mental Health & Mental Retardation a Board of Regents, an other miscellaneous papers]
  8. Council of Dean [Copy of the 1984 Developmental Disabilities Act, Memorandum of Agreement between UGA and Georgia Department of Human Resources – May 10, 1983, and other memorandums]
  9. Council of Deans [Proposal to council of Deans and Summary of Task Force Study; Proposed 1985/86 UAF Objectives, Administration, & Rationale; Administrative Matrix
  10. Council of Dean’s [notebook] [1]
  11. Council of Dean’s [notebook] [2]
  12. Georgia UAF Site Visit Package [1984] [University Affiliated Facilities Program]
  13. UAF Grant [1984 – 85, University Affiliated Facilities Program]
  14. The University Affiliated Program of Persons with Developmental Disabilities
  15. Georgia University Affiliated Program For Person With Developmental Disabilities {Function Area Plans – Summer, 1990]

Box 11:College of Family & Consumer Science Photographs, 1916-1990's [see also box 15]

  1. College of Family and Consumer Science Photographs, 1916 – 1949
  2. Home Equipment, Home Management, Consumer Economics & Housing Photographs, 1920’s – 1950’s
  3. Child and Family Development Photographs, 1920’s – 1970’s
  4. Food and Nutrition Photographs, 1920’s – 1950’s
  5. Clothing and Textiles Photographs, 1929 - Late 20th Century
  6. Home Management Photographs, 1950’s
  7. Women's Physical Education Photographs, 1920’s [Part of Home Economics at that time]
  8. Home Demonstration – Cooperative Extensive Service Photographs, 1910’s –
  9. FACS Administration Photographs, 1910’s – 1970’s
  10. FACS Staff Photographs, 1950’s – 1980’s
  11. FACS Buildings, Photographs, 1960’s – 1980’s
  12. FACS Public Relations Photographs, 1950’s – 1970’s
  13. Legislative Aid Program Photographs, 1984 – 1989
  14. Photographs for Mize’s History of the College of Home Economics
  15. FACS Individuals and Events 1950’s
  16. Maude Pye Hood’s Photographs, Karachi, Pakistan, 1950’s
  17. Home Economics Day Photographs, late 1950’s
  18. FACS Individuals and Events Photographs, 1960’s
  19. Photographs for "They Experimented with Native Food," July 1962
  20. Home Economics Day Dawson Hall Photographs, February 1, 1964
  21. FACS Activities (Open House?) Photographs, 1973
  22. FACS Display Photographs, c. 1970 – 1980
  23. Photographs of College of Home Economics Exhibit at Sunbelt Agricultural. Exposition. 1980
  24. FACS Activities and Individuals Photographs, 1980’s
  25. FACS Activities Photographs, 1980’s
  26. FACS Laboratory Activities Photographs, 1970’s – 1980’s
  27. University System of Georgia Quilt Photographs, 1985
  28. FACS Individuals & Award Event Photographs, c. 1990’s
  29. FACS Activities Photographs, c. 1990
  30. FACS Display Photographs, c. 1970
  31. FACS Alumni Weekend Photographs, 1983
  32. Deans's Aid Program Photographs, 1979 – 1980, 1985 – 1986 & 1990 – 1991
  33. FACSActivities and Individuals Photographs, 1970’s
  34. Dawson Hall Tea Room, c. 1935-1940 [4 flawed negatives]
  35. Unidentified Negatives – Individuals, Departmental Scenes, Groups, c. 1980-1995
  36. Three Unidentified Slide Sets, 1967-c. 1981.  A. Departmental Scenes, 1967-1972 (2 boxes); B Individuals, 1981 (2 boxes); C. Presentation on home economics, c. 1981, including Departmental scenes and scenes of 20th century life and activities, c. 1920-1981 (2 boxes)
  37. Small Sets of Miscellaneous Departmental Slides, c. 1980-1985, with key

Box 12: College of Family and Consumer Science Historical Papers

  1. Dedication Brochures and Historical Publications, 1918-1988
  2. Miscellaneous Historical information [FACS], manuscripts and articles
  3. Dedication of Dawson Hall Annex and the Child and Family Development  Center, 1973
  4. Notes of Acceptance for the Dedication of Dawson Hall Annex and the Child and Family Development Center [Includes other information relating to the dedication events]
  5. Home Repair Publications, 1929-1943
  6. Home Economics Heritage Brochure, 1953
  7. Dr. Mary Speirs [also see box  11, folder #16]
  8. Revised By-laws of the University of Georgia College of Home Economics Student – Faculty Affairs Committee, Revised April 22. 1980
  9. Legislative Aid Program [College of Family and Consumer Sciences], 1984-1990
  10. Moon, Pearl C.
  11. Miss Margaret E. McPhaul (Retired 6/30/64)
  12. Creswell, Mary Ethel [see also box 16 for diploma]
  13. Hicks, Irma
  14. Mary Speirs
  15. Miss Ruth Moore
  16. Whitehead, Elizabeth L.
  17. Miss Catherine L. Newton
  18. Dr. Maude Pye Hood
  19. Report to Advisory Committee on Goals of the University – May 27, 1975
  20. UGA Home Economics Alumni Association Notebook
  21. History of AHEA [American Home Economics Association]
  22. Miscellaneous Bicentennial Information – 1985
  23. Bicentennial Exposition Committee
  24. Paper-Weight: Bicentennial
  25. Bicentennial Graduation Reception
  26. Dawson Fund, Historical
  27. Dawson Silver
  28. Negro – Extension Work, Circulars, 1925-1930
  29. Special Events
  30. "Report On Research In Home Equipment" 1932 - 33
  31. "School Of Home Economics - The Decade, 1950 - 1960"

Box 13: Construction and Renovation Projects (see also box 16)

  1. Rehabilitation Requests – Buildings (1968-1979)
  2. Dawson Inspection, 1971
  3. Dawson Planning & J&M [Jacobs & Matthews] (1966-1967)
  4. Dawson – Campus Planning & Gov. 1967 [1962-1967]
  5. Remodeling of Home Management House A [1968-1969]
  6. Home Management House C.: Kitchen renovation 1967
  7. Room 114 Dawson Hall: Renovation 1963
  8. 1238 South Lumpkin: Renovation 1968
  9. Major Workorders completed, 1972-73
  10. Room 201 Dawson Hall: Renovation 1968
  11. Dawson Hall Renovations [c. 1970’s]
  12. New Equipment – Dawson [1970-1971]
  13. Lists – Building Correction for 10-22-1971
  14. Application for Grant under Title I, P.L. 88-204 [Home Economics & Child Development Laboratory]
  15. Re-use Fixed Equipment
  16. Child Development – 1966
  17. Home Management House A: Renovation 1968-1969 – Work Completed 1/1970
  18. Fume Hoods
  19. Dawson – Appliances [1971]
  20. Room 103 [Dawson Hall] Vocational Education [May 1971]
  21. Demonstration Board [Electrical Devices] [1971]
  22. Dawson – Transformers
  23. Loose Equipment
  24. Building Correspondence [c. 1958-1970]
  25. Child Development Laboratory Grounds
  26. Child Development – General Corrections
  27. School of HEC – Dawson Remodeling and New Wings [folder 1]
  28. School of HEC – Dawson Remodeling and New Wings [folder 2]

Box 14: Construction and Renovation Projects, Continued

  1. School of Home Economics – Dawson Hall Remodeling [c. 1972 – 1983]
  2. School of HEC – Dawson Hall Summer 1966 Remodeling
  3. Dawson Hall Remodeling [1969-1979]
  4. Application for Health Research Facilities Grant and Program of Requirements…[notebook] [Child Development Facility, c. 1965]
  5. Notebook for the Enlargement of Dawson Hall and the Nursery School, 3-18-1964
  6. Dawson Hall Annex and Remodeling Plans, 1966-1970, folder I
  7. Dawson Hall Annex and Remodeling Plans, 1966-1970, folder II
  8. Dawson Hall Annex and Remodeling Plans, 1966-1970, folder III
  9. Dawson Hall Annex and Remodeling Plans, 1966-1970, folder IV
  10. Dawson Hall Annex and Remodeling, 1966-1970
  11. Building Facilities: Grant Proposals [1964-1965]
  12. Dawson Annex Problems, 1966-1970
  13. School of Home Economics – Building Proposals, 1961-1964

Box 15: Plaques, Notebooks, Oversize Items, Audio Tapes

  1. Mary Speirs Scholarship Award Plaque, 1982
  2. Pillsbury Award Program Plaque for Miss Beth Linnell Hunt, 1960
  3. Pillsbury Award Program Plaque for Ruth J. Chastain, 1962
  4. Enlargement of Photograph of Groundbreaking for Women’s Building (Soule Hall), 1918, with list of those in photograph
  5. Color photograph of west side of Dawson Hall before construction of new entrance
  6. Mounted photographs, perhaps from Home Economics display, c. 1950’s
  7. Two Guest Books from Dedication of McPhaul Child & Family Development Center, May, 1973
  8. Notebook of Mary Creswell with translations of Virgil and other notes [c. 1900?]
  9. Mary Creswell Personal Memo Books: Notes, Addresses, Diary entries, Plant Lists, Expenses, 1922-1960 [10 books and one writing tablet]
  10. Six Audio Tape Cassettes: Dedication Speech, May 4, 1973; Art Neiman on “You and Home Economics, May 3, 1984; Dooley at Home Economics Banquet, May 18, 1984; “Dedication of Spiers Hall,” May 18, 1984 [2 copies]; “Alumni Dedication, October 15” [no year given]

Box 16: Oversize Items: architectural plans and Mary Creswell Diploma

  1. Home Management Houses, 1972 (4 sheets)
  2. Child Development Laboratory Grounds, Playgrounds, Landscaping, 1969 (13 sheets)
  3. Survey of lot between Lake Sinclair and Highway 53, n.d. (1 sheet)
  4. Dawson Hall classroom & laboratory floorplans and cabinets, 1970 (10 sheets)
  5. Home Management Houses, plans, 1938 (3 sheets)
  6. Dawson Hall renovations joining old building to new wing, n.d., circa 1969-1970 (1 sheet, damaged)
  7. Perspective chart, 30 degrees to 60 degrees, 1970 (1 sheet)
  8. Home Management House A remodeling, 1968 (1 sheet)
  9. Dawson Hall Dean’s Office remodeling, 1992 (11 sheets)
  10. Diverse student project plants, c. 1978 (17 sheets)
  11. Mary Creswell High School Diploma, Johnston Institute, Monroe GA, 1900
  12. Georgia Museum of Art exhibit poster, “Pistoletto, Furniture – Environments, April 15 – May 15, 1979”

Box 17: Name Change Issues Plus Information About New Institutional Kitchen

  1. [Name Change 1986 - 1990].
  2. Name Change - Alumni.
  3. Name Change - Employers.
  4. Name Change - Extension Agents.
  5. Name Change - Extension Specialists.
  6. Name Change - Faculty.
  7. Name Change - Home Ec. Teachers.
  8. Name Change - Staff.
  9. Name Change - Students.
  10. Dean Pou's Files - Proposal To Change The Name Of The College Of Home Economics To The College Of Family And Consumer Sciences [Correspondence] [1987 - 1990] [1].
  11. Dean Pou's Files - Proposal To Change The Name Of The College Of Home Economics To The College Of Family And Consumer Sciences [Correspondence] [1987 - 1990] [2].
  12. Ballots Enclosed - June 14, 1989 Ballot.
  13. Name Change From Dean Pou's Files [1990].
  14. Name Change - [Final Tally Of Faculty Votes Regarding Name Change - 1989].
  15. "Yes, I Have Voted" - 1989 First Ballot.
  16. [Advisory Committee For The College Of Home Economics Name Change Consideration - 1988] [1].
  17. [Advisory Committee For The College Of Home Economics Name Change Consideration - 1988] [2].
  18. Name Change [ Correspondence, News Clippings, Name Options, Etc].
  19. [Name Change - Issues] [1990] [1].
  20. [Name Change - Issues] [1990] [2].
  21. Summary Of The Responses Regarding The Name Change Of The College Of Home Economics Submitted To Louise Hill.
  22. Kansas Plan Of Attack To College Being Disbanded [1990].
  23. Institutional Kitchen [1].
  24. Institutional Kitchen [2].
  25. Feb. 7, 1990 - New Institutional Kitchen Reception [1].
  26. Feb. 7, 1990 - New Institutional Kitchen Reception [2].
  27. Feb. 7, 1990 - New Institutional Kitchen Reception [3].

Box 18: AHEA (American Home Economics Association) Reaccreditation

  1. [American Home Economics Association - Self Evaluation Form - c. Late 1970s] [1].
  2. [American Home Economics Association - Self Evaluation Form - c. Late 1970s] [2].
  3. 'The Self-Evaluation Report For American Home Economics Association" - August, 1978.
  4. AHEA [American Home Economics Association] [1978 - 1979] [1].
  5. AHEA [American Home Economics Association] [1978 - 1979] [2].
  6. AHEA [American Home Economics Association] [1978 - 1979] [3].
  7. Accreditation Report - 5th Anniversary [1979] [1].
  8. Accreditation Report - 5th Anniversary [1979] [2].
  9. SACS Reaffirmation Of Accreditation [1980].
  10. Graduate Program Reviews [ 1976 - 1979].
  11. AHEA Reaccreditation - 1988 [American Home Economics Association] [Book 1].
  12. AHEA Reaccreditation - 1988 [American Home Economics Association] [Book 2] [1].
  13. AHEA Reaccreditation - 1988 [American Home Economics Association] [Book 2] [2].
  14. AHEA Reaccreditation - 1988 [American Home Economics Association] [Book 3] [1].
  15. AHEA Reaccreditation - 1988 [American Home Economics Association] [Book 3] [2].
  16. AHEA Reaccreditation - 1988 [American Home Economics Association] [Book 3] [3].
  17. [Inventory - Memorandum] [1996].

Box 19: AHEA (American Home Economics Association) Reaccreditation And CSRS (Cooperative State Research Service) Comprehensive Review Along With McPhaul Dedication And Departmental Information

  1. Form A-1 Home Economics Research [c. Late 1970s].
  2. Form A-2 [Professional Staff Data Summary Sheet - c. Late 1970s].
  3. Form A-3 [Professional Staff Assignment Summary Sheet - c. Late 1970s].
  4. Form A-5 [Self Evaluation Form 5].
  5. Form A-6 Student Enrollment And Degree Data [c. Late 1970s].
  6. Sample School Of Home Economics - Faculty Meeting Minutes - Appendix B [1975].
  7. Annual Report - Appendix C [1976-77] [1].
  8. Annual Report - Appendix C [1976-77] [2].
  9. Sample Departmental Faculty Meeting Minutes - Appendix D [1977 - 1978].
  10. Course Action Request Form - Appendix E.
  11. "Your Group Life Insurance Plan" - Appendix F.
  12. "Guidelines For Promotion and Appointments" - Appendix G.
  13. Faculty Handbook - Appendix H.
  14. Scholarships, Loans And Awards - Appendix I.
  15. Prospective Faculty Packet - Appendix J.
  16. Appendix K - Teaching Evaluation Forms.
  17. [CSRS - Cooperative State Research Service Comprehensive Review - Spring, 1985] [1].
  18. [CSRS - Cooperative State Research Service Comprehensive Review - Spring, 1985] [2].
  19. CSRS Review 1985 [Cooperative State Research Service].
  20. CSRS Review 1985 [Cooperative State Research Service - Research Program Review].
  21. [CSRS - Cooperative State Research Service Review - 1985] [1].
  22. [CSRS - Cooperative State Research Service Review - 1985] [2].
  23. Additional Materials Provided To CSRS Review Teams - April, 1985.
  24. CSRS Review [Cooperative State Research Service - 1990].
  25. Experiment Station Program Review 1974.
  26. [McPhaul Dedication - 1973].
  27. HRA [Hotel Restaurant Administration] [1987 - 1990] [1].
  28. HRA [Hotel Restaurant Adminstration] [1987 - 1990] [2].
  29. CTI Research [Clothing, Textiles And Interior Furnishings].

Box 20: Printed Materials And Reviews of Home Economics Programs

  1. Graduate Program Review Of Child And Family Development 1976-77.
  2. Review Of Graduate Programs Degree In Foods And Nutrition 1976-77.
  3. Graduate Program Review Of Housing, Furnishings And Management 1976-77.
  4. Graduate Program Review Of Clothing And Textiles 1976-77.
  5. School Of Home Economics - Report To Advisory Committee On Goals Of The University - May 27, 1975.
  6. [Home Economics And Women's Future - Issues] [1958 - 1975].
  7. [Reprints - Robert A. Lewis] [1971 - 1972].

Box 21: Remodeling Plans

Box 22: Remodeling Plans

Box 23: Georgia Home Demonstration Council/Georgia Extension Homemakers Council (Received as UA 12-020)

  1. Georgia Home Demonstration Council Minutes [1924-1946] [1].
  2. Georgia Home Demonstration Council Minutes [1924-1946] [2].
  3. Georgia Home Demonstration Council Minutes [1924-1946] [3].
  4. Georgia Home Demonstration Council Minutes [1924-1946] [4].
  5. Georgia Home Demonstration Council Minutes[Includes Committee Reports, Text of Speeches, etc. 1935-1956][1].
  6. Georgia Home Demonstration Council Minutes[Includes Committee Reports, Text of Speeches, etc. 1935-1956][2].
  7. Georgia Home Demonstration Council Minutes[Includes Committee Reports, Text of Speeches, etc. 1935-1956][3].
  8. Georgia Home Demonstration Council Minutes[Includes Committee Reports, Text of Speeches, etc. 1935-1956][4].
  9. Georgia Home Demonstration Council Minutes[Includes Committee Reports, Text of Speeches, etc. 1935-1956][5].
  10. Georgia Home Demonstration Council Annual Meeting [Minutes, Itineraries and Reports-June, 1949].
  11. Georgia Home Demonstration Agents' Association [Minutes and Constitution 1951-1960].
  12. Georgia Home Demonstration Council/Georgia Extension Homemakers Council Minutes [1957-1973] [1].
  13. Georgia Home Demonstration Council/Georgia Extension Homemakers Council Minutes [1957-1973] [2].
  14. Georgia Home Demonstration Council/Georgia Extension Homemakers Council Minutes [1957-1973] [3].
  15. Correspondence-Pending Attention [Includes Music Score, Text of Speeches and Reports 1923-1973.
  16. [Text of Speeches, Group Exercises and Writings] [c. 1950s-1970s].
  17. Mildred Watson [Mrs. Curtis Watson] 50th Anniversary [Georgia Homemakers Council-Correspondence, Program and Financial Audit 1972-1974].
  18. Mildred Watson's [Mrs. Curtis Watson] Materials [Photograph and List of Key Leaders for Georgia Homemakers Council c. Mid 1960s].
  19. Georgia Association of Extension Home Economists Handbook 1967 [Contents of Mrs. Margaret F. Askew's Notebook (1960-1967)] [1].
  20. Georgia Association of Extension Home Economists Handbook 1967 [Contents of Mrs. Margaret F. Askew's Notebook (1960-1967)] [2].
  21. Installation Program "A Symphony" [For Officers of Georgia Extension Home Economics Council-Duly Elected and Installed 1968].

Box 24: Georgia Home Demonstration Council/Georgia Extension Homemakers Council/NHDC/NEHC (Received as UA 12-020)

  1. Handbook [Georgia 1964-Five Copies that Include Handwritten Notations].
  2. Georgia Extension Home Economics Council/Georgia Homemakers Council [Programs 1962-1979 Incomplete].
  3. Past Presidents Addresses-Mrs. Bruno Pfeiffer [Includes List of Past Presidents and Correspondence 1971-1974].
  4. [Photocopies of Historical Documents c. 1920s-1930s].
  5. National Notes [December, 1956-December, 1965 (Incomplete Set)].
  6. National Notes [June, 1966-December, 1972 (Incomplete Set)].
  7. National Notes [March, 1973-December, 1974 (Incomplete Set)].
  8. National Notes [March, 1975-December, 1976 (Incomplete Set)].
  9. National Notes Contest [August 1, 1971 to June 1, 1972].
  10. Handbook [National 1959, 1962-1967].
  11. Handbook [National 1968-1970, 1972-1973, 1975].
  12. National Home Demonstration Council/National Extension Homemakers Council Meetings [Programs 1955-1973 (Incomplete)].
  13. National Home Demonstration Council/National Extension Homemakers Council Meetings [Information 1958-1977].
  14. The Keyhole [August 15-17, 1966 and Text From NEHC Speeches [August, 1966].
  15. "Cultural Arts Packet 1971-National Extension Homemakers Council" [Mrs. Curtis Watson's Packet 1970-1971].
  16. National Extension Homemakers Council [Contents of Mrs. Curtis Watson's (Toccoa, GA 30577) Folder 1965-1969].
  17. Interview with Mrs. Carrie Bell, Former Home Demonstration Agent, January 11, 1974 [Transcription].
  18. NEHC Conference on Traffic Safety [February, 1969].
  19. State Reports: National Home Demonstration [NEHC] [1965, 1971].
  20. History-The Virginia Federation of Home Demonstration Clubs: 1960-1969 (Supplement)
  21. History of South Carolina Extension Homemakers Council: Fifty Years 1921-1971
  22. Handbook [South Carolina 1966-1967 and Arkansas 1968-1969]
  23. Southeastern Fair [Guidebooks 1964-1966].

Box 25: Home Economics (Student Clubs) (Received as UA 12-020)

  1. National Magazine of Home Economics Student Clubs [1936-1938].
  2. National Magazine of Home Economics Student Clubs [1939-1941].
  3. National Magazine of Home Economics Student Clubs [1941-1943].
  4. Minutes 1920-1924 [Alpha Mu Sorority 1920-1936].
  5. Home Economics Club (Coordinate College)/Junior Homecon Club [Financial Ledger 1933-1943].
  6. Home Economics Club (Coordinate College)/Junior Homecon Club Annual Reports [1933-1943] [1].
  7. Home Economics Club (Coordinate College)/Junior Homecon Club Annual Reports [1933-1943] [2].
  8. Minutes of the Home Economics Club (Coordinate College)/Junior Homecon Club [1934-1942].
  9. Program-Junior Homecon Club [1939-1940].
  10. Program-Junior Homecon Club [1940-1943].
  11. Georgia Home Economics Association-College Club Group [1938-1941]
  12. Junior Homecon Club [Constitution 1938-1943].
  13. Junior Homecon Club [1942-1943]
  14. Junior Homecon Officers [1943-1944].
  15. 4-H State Winners [1955-1964]
  16. 4-H State Winners [1966-1973].
  17. Delegates to National 4-H Club Congress [1961-1969].
  18. UGA SHEA [Student Home Economics Association] Annual Awards Banquet [Program May, 1985].
  19. [Art Textbooks c. 1890s-1900s] [1].
  20. [Art Textbooks c. 1890s-1900s] [2].
  21. [Art Textbooks c. 1890s-1900s] [3].
  22. [Textbooks, 1885, 1901 (Signed Mary E. Creswell-Christmas 1901)].

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