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Milly Pinkerton Brack saved items that reflect campus life and her own activities during the period of 1954-1956. She was an education major and belonged to Future Teachers of America and the Association for Childhood Education.
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The materials in this collection were collected by Milly Pinkerton Brack and reflect her interests and activities while a student at North Texas State College. This collection includes: student election handbills, athletic and theater programs, registration paperwork, a Fine Arts Series bulletin, cards, receipts and publications that reflect student life from 1954-1956.
A collection of material that reflect the interests and activities of an undergraduate student at UNT during the period 1954-1956.
Football game programs in which only two have year dates. One is for 1954 and the other is 1956.
One copy of a newsletter, The Birdseye, for October 17, 1954. This is a publication of the Wesley Foundation, Denton, Texas.
Five programs for the First Presbyterian Church and one from the First Methodist Church, both of Denton, Texas.
Clippings on students at other schools, elections at UNT, cheerleaders, local news and other topics of importance to Milly Pinkerton Brack.
Envelope and a degree application card for Milly Pinkerton Brack.
Match book for Brewers Restaurant, student discount coupon for the Texas Theater for the movie "Romeo and Juliet," and Bates Fabrics card.
Advertisements for candidates in elections on the UNT campus. The positions being sought included: offices in the United Students of North Texas, cheerleaders, relay queens, and the women's forum.
The program booklet that describes the lectures, performances, and activities that would make up the Fine Arts Festival in 1955.
This collection of materials contains receipts for registration, a card for an appointment for a chest x-ray, directions for registration, and instructions for senior student teachers.
A program for "Religious Emphasis Week."
A "Schedule of Classes" for the summer of 1955.
Papers and cards that reflect student life in the mid-1950s. Included are: student activity cards, a football schedule, an appointment card for a yearbook photo, card and envelope from florists, product packaging from the Student Trading Post, a permission card to leave the campus, library book request cards, a calendar page, a card to the parents informing them of the dates their daughter was off campus and when she returned.
Cards for "Big-Little Sister Adoption" ceremonies, appointment card and an invitation from the Panhellenic Council.
Programs for musical and theatrical performances with one ticket stub.
Correspondence from Milly Pinkerton Brack to UNT Archives.
Envelope containg correspondence between Milly Pinkerton Brack and UNT Archives.
Slip containing the mail box number, phone number, dorm, and school ranking of Milly Pinkerton Brack.
Slip containing the mail box number and phone number at Marquis dorm. Junior status is marked on the slip as well.
Slip containing a mail box number belonging to Milly Pinkerton Brack.
Program for NTS choir performance and two ticket stubs.
Program from NTS choir performance in either 1946 or 1947. Milly Pinkerton Brack writes in her correspondence to UNT Archives that seeing the choir was what made her want to come to North Texas State.
Wrapping for loose leaf notebook paper with writing on the back.
Receipt from the North Texas State College Student Trading Post.
Ballot for Yucca Beauty Election, unmarked.
"A book designed to give students a helping hand at North Texas, from freshman orientation through senior graduation, published by United Students of North Texas State College.”
North Texas State College, Office of the Dean of Women envelope addressed to Milly Pinkerton with "receipts" written in red pencil on the back.
This is a list containing the schedule of Milly Marilyn Pinkerton's courses and other relevant North Texas information. On the back of this list are instructions for registration as well as a note in cursive of what she lacks in her schedule.
These receipts come from North Texas State College
One name card is for Deloise Hooten and two are for Jan Duke.
There are 11 empty three cent stamp booklets in this folder.
The news clipping is titled "256 Graduate Candidates File for Degrees At NTSC."
These receipts come from the NTSC The Student Trading Post and from Voertman's at North Texas.
A small paper form from Cunningham Studio that states "You Cannot See Proofs or Get Finished Pictures Without This Card."
This is an Elementary Education Majors Work-Sheet for Analysis of Degree Plan for Millie Pinkerton.
An empty Linwood Roberson Florist envelope addressed to Milly Pinkerton at Marquis Hall.
Journal entries written by Milly while at the Observation School with Mrs. Neely's fourth grade class. Dates range from October 18th to November 24th. It also appears to be graded with red pencil.
This folder contains the following items: a postcard, vacination record, Women's Forum meeting, "Big-Little Sister: Adoption Ceremony," and the "Panhellenic Rush Book."