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Fullerton--Charles Alexander (Class of 1890; Music Faculty)

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201 Roy N. Collins
Alumnus 16:1, p.24
1/1/1932 Supervisor of music of District No. 1 at Pueblo, Colorado.
202 In a contest sponsored by the Old Gold
Public Relations News Release 1931:149, p.1
12/15/1931 Mary Anderson chosen as one of five campus beauties.
203 Annual presentation of Handel's "Messiah" is scheduled for Sunday
College Eye 23:24, p.1
12/11/1931 Two hundred will sing; Professor Fullerton will direct.
204 The combined glee clubs
Public Relations News Release 1931:145, p.1
12/11/1931 Handel's "Messiah" performed on December 13.
205 Approximatley fifty instructors of the Iowa State Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1931:104, p.1
11/6/1931 Iowa State Teachers Association convention held next week in Des Moines.
206 Fifty profs go to convention; distinguished educators will attend; twenty local teachers to speak
College Eye 23:20, p.8
11/6/1931 Quick description of topics to be covered.
207 Students at the Iowa State Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1931:79, p.1
10/25/1931 Details of third annual Dad's Day.
208 Glee clubs hold joint practice; choral union is rehearsing Messiah; chorus will be smaller this year
College Eye 23:18, p.6
10/23/1931 Planning more mixed chorus work this year.
209 C. A. Fullerton, head of the public school music
Public Relations News Release 1931:40, p.1
10/7/1931 Will speak at the Nebraska State Teachers Convention in Omaha on October 29.
210 C. A. Fullerton plans demonstration trip
College Eye 23:15, p.4
10/2/1931 Will demonstrate singing method in Nebraska.
211 Faculty members will speak at convention
College Eye 23:15, p.1
10/2/1931 Five faculty will speak at ISTA meeting.
212 Glee club lists announced by music faculty
College Eye 23:15, p.1
10/2/1931 Seventy-two men and 240 women selected.
213 Mrs. Fullerton meets tragic death
Alumnus 15:4, p.8
10/1/1931 Alma E. Gray Fullerton killed in street car accident in Paris.
214 Funeral services for Mrs. C. A. Fullerton will be here today
College Eye 23:11, p.1
8/14/1931 Music classes dismissed for the afternoon.
215 Funeral services for Mrs. C. A. Fullerton
Public Relations News Release 1930:509, p.1
8/10/1931 Funeral is Saturday afternoon at the Congregational Church.
216 Injuries which caused the death of Mrs. C. A. Fullerton
Public Relations News Release 1930:505, p.1
8/10/1931 Alma E. Gray Fullerton dies from a street car accident in Paris.
217 Fall from street car is cause of death of Mrs. C. A. Fullerton
College Eye 23:10, p.1
8/7/1931 Companion gives description of accident in Paris.
218 C. A. Fullerton leaves Paris Wednesday with body of Mrs. Fullerton
College Eye 23:9, p.1
7/31/1931 Died of injuries from street car accident; photo.
219 Community sings draw record crowds weekly
College Eye 23:8, p.2
7/24/1931 Crowds range from 700 to 1000.
220 C. A. Fullerton, dean among music educators
Public Relations News Release 1930:477, p.1
7/13/1931 Travels to Lausanne, Switzerland, for Anglo-American Music Conference.
221 Fullerton sails for Europe
Alumnus 15:3, p.10
7/1/1931 Professor Charles A. Fullerton will travel to Europe for music conference in Switzerland.
222 C. A. Fullerton, head of Music Department, gets honorary degree
College Eye 23:4, p.1
6/26/1931 Receives honorary degree from Chicago Music College; makes short address on radio; photo.
223 First community sing held Tuesday evening
College Eye 23:3, p.1
6/19/1931 Professor Fullerton led.
224 The public school music department
Public Relations News Release 1930:453, p.1
6/13/1931 Working through extension division to help form rural school choirs.
225 Profs leave for summer; forty three faculty members will pursue graduate work and travel this summer
College Eye 23:2, p.1
6/12/1931 Most will travel or study.
226 Public school music department closes intensive program; workers have reached 8,500 teachers, 150,000 pupils in three years
College Eye 23:2, p.4
6/12/1931 Has worked though Extension Service to reach many students.
227 Department of Music
Old Gold 0:0, p.34
6/1/1931 Aims of the department; photos.
228 The Messiah
Old Gold 0:0, p.199
6/1/1931 Performance program; photo.
229 Seventeen Iowa State Teachers College students
Public Relations News Release 1930:431, p.1
5/25/1931 Formal initiations for Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; list of student inductees provided.
230 C. A. Fullerton to give phonograph music method at Swiss meet
College Eye 22:32, p.1
5/22/1931 Will demonstrate rural choir method at Lausanne conference; photo.
231 C. A. Fullerton, head of the music department
Public Relations News Release 1930:412, p.1
5/22/1931 Fullerton to attend Anglo-American Conference in Lausanne, Switzerland; short biographical profile included.
232 C. A. Fullerton to have charge of rural institute of Nebraska
College Eye 22:19, p.1
2/13/1931 Will conduct two week institute there.
233 Iowa State Teachers College professors
Public Relations News Release 1930:205, p.1
2/13/1931 Faculty to attend the National Education Association's annual meeting of the Department of Superintendence in Detroit on February 21-26.
234 Professors to attend meeting of National Education Association
College Eye 22:19, p.6
2/13/1931 A number of faculty will attend meeting in Detroit.
235 Untitled
College Eye 22:15, p.2
1/16/1931 Campus social calendar.
236 Glee clubs sing "The Messiah"
Alumnus 15:1, p.18
1/1/1931 Three hundred students, under direction of Professor Charles A. Fullerton, sing twelfth campus rendition of Handel work; short history of presentation of work at college.
237 Last minute preparations are being made
Public Relations News Release 1930:117, p.1
12/13/1930 Six glee clubs prepare for the "Messiah".
238 Members of the six glee clubs
Public Relations News Release 1930:108, p.1
12/8/1930 The six glee clubs, comprised of three hundred students, will sing Handel's "Messiah" on December 14.
239 Glee clubs conclude six week's rehearsals for Handel's "Messiah"; traditional presentation of oratorio to be Sunday, November 14
College Eye 22:11, p.1
11/21/1930 History of Messiah performances on campus; has been given annually since 1924.
240 Fullerton goes to Maine
College Eye 22:6, p.1
10/17/1930 To speak to state teachers association there.
241 Untitled
College Eye 22:6, p.6
10/17/1930 Several faculty will give addresses at study centers.
242 Glee clubs begin Messiah rehearsals
College Eye 22:5, p.8
10/10/1930 Choral Society, made of the six glee clubs, begin work.
243 Profs play while students labor; seek golf champ
College Eye 22:3, p.4
9/26/1930 Faculty golf championships continue; C. A. Fullerton defeats C. W. Lantz.
244 Reviving a tradition of more than 25 years ago
Public Relations News Release 1929:566, p.1
8/21/1930 Over 370 students are summer session graduates; first outdoor exercise since completion of Auditorium in 1901.
245 "Spirit of education" is Commencement dinner toast theme; music numbers furnished by students graduating from music courses
College Eye 21:43, p.1
8/15/1930 Highlights of the banquet program.
246 Four hundred will receive diplomas on Thursday eve.
College Eye 21:43, p.1
8/15/1930 Description of Commencement ceremonies.
247 Professor and Mrs. C. A. Fullerton
College Eye 21:42, p.3
8/8/1930 Professor Fullerton went to Chicago.
248 G. W. Walters, veteran head of the department of education
Public Relations News Release 1929:552, p.1
7/29/1930 Will be chief speaker at summer graduation ceremony.
249 G. W. Walters will be chief speaker at graduation exercises; will make address on the "teacher in the changing world"
College Eye 21:40, p.1
7/25/1930 Brief look at Commencement program; photo.
250 Golf handicap is almost over
College Eye 21:40, p.6
7/25/1930 Results of competition thus far.

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