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Gilchrist Hall

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Title Date Summary
201 Courtship and marriage expert to address Teachers College personnel
Public Relations News Release 1950:37, p.1
9/29/1950 Mrs. Ethel Nash, is a member of the Marriage and Family Council, Inc., and a practicing psychologist at the University of North Carolina. She will give talks or lead discussions beginning Sunday on "Courtship-Facts, Frustration and Fulfillments."
202 The freshman program will begin Sunday evening, September 10
Public Relations News Release 1950:14, p.1
9/8/1950 Convocations will be in the main auditorium for new women students and Gilchrist chapel for the new men. The activities scheduled for the rest of the week include registration, placement tests, open house at the library. New Students listed.
203 Music
Old Gold 0:0, p.37
6/1/1948 Music can be heard all over campus, thanks to the rooms offered in most buildings for practice. With Dr. Edward Kurtz as the head, the department aims to give a general background in musicianship and student recitals are given each Friday; photo.
204 George H. Holmes, Bureau of Publications
Old Gold 0:0, p.29
6/1/1945 An overview of the duties and responsibilities of George H. Holmes regarding the College Eye and Old Gold publications; photo.
205 Seniors
Old Gold 0:0, p.89
6/1/1943 Each student leaving will have had a different experience at the same time as sharing experiences with their classmates, the war has brought changes to Teachers College and with it memories for these seniors; photo.
206 Dana Campbell, Karl Dubbert, Lorraine Jakway
Alumnus 14:2, p.28
4/1/1930 Campbell and Dubbert were two alumni whose original compositions were presented in a program of original compositions in Gilchrist Hall. Lorraine Jakway sang numbers written by Campbell and Ivan Streed.
207 Genevieve Mosher
Alumnus 14:2, p.28
4/1/1930 The numbers "Chinese Dance" and "Waltz of the Flowers" from the Tschaikowsky Nutcracker Suite, arranged by Mr. Dubbert, were played by Genevieve of Rockford Iowa, first piano, and Rose L. Ruegnitz, second piano.
208 Karl Nolte
Alumnus 14:2, p.29
4/1/1930 Superintendent of public schools at Hudson, Iowa, in an address in Gilchrist Chapel, recently pointed out that character, reputation, and thorough preparation are more important in the teaching profession than in any other line of work.
209 Virginia Gable and Doris Young
Alumnus 14:2, p.28
4/1/1930 A program of original composition by two alumni was presented in Gilchrist Hall. They were among a group of students whose Christmas Carols were sung as a major feature of the program.
210 Junior recital held Tuesday evening
College Eye 19:10, p.5
11/9/1927 Recital of two students in Gilchrist Chapel on November 15.

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