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Grace Gramms Scrapbook, 1937-1941

Collection Overview

Title: Grace Gramms Scrapbook, 1937-1941

ID: MSS Gramms

Primary Creator: Gramms, Grace

Extent: 0.3 cubic feet. More info below.

Languages of Materials: English [eng]

Abstract

The Grace Gramms Scrapbook consists of materials documenting her activities as a student at Oregon State College in the late 1930s.

Scope and Content Notes

This collection includes newspaper clippings detailing Gramms' involvement as a drum majorette and her editorial position at the Barometer. The scrapbook also contains dance cards, receipts, ticket stubs, publications, ribbons and correspondence. Included among the publications found with this scrapbook are Delta Delta Delta sorority newsletters, OSC student "Progressive Party" newspapers, and university guides such as the rush handbook and co-ed code. The correspondence primarily pertains to Gramms' scholastic achievements.

Biographical / Historical Notes

Born in Astoria, Oregon, Grace Gramms entered Oregon State College in 1937 and studied secretarial science. In addition to her membership in the Delta Delta Delta sorority and Phi Chi Theta honorary society, Gramms worked for the Barometer newspaper, was a drum majorette for the OSC Cadet Band, and served on the OSC Cooperative Association Board. She went on to marry fellow Oregon State student, Don Goodall.

Administrative Information

More Extent Information: 1 16x20 oversize box

Statement on Access: Collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation: Grace Gramms Scrapbook (MSS Gramms), Oregon State University Special Collections & Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.

Processing Information:

Loose items found with the scrapbook have been placed in a folder.

This collection is not fully processed and a complete finding aid is not available at this time.

Creators

Gramms, Grace

People, Places, and Topics

Gramms, Grace
University History

Forms of Material

Scrapbooks.


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