Newby, Errett Rains, 1885-
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
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University of Oklahoma Registrar. Four University of Oklahoma catalogs (1914-1918) with Newby's notes as University Registrar; a catalog (1905) for the School of Fine Arts; a copy of the President's Report to the Board of Regents (1910); a copy of the University's Biennial Report (1914); the constitution and by-laws (1914) of the Athletic Association; a proposal (n.d.) for a charter for self-government by the students; the constitution and by-laws of the Student Senate; a typescript of an editorial (n.d.) entitled "Do the People Rule--In Oklahoma?" by Lyman Abbott; a copy of the "Voluntary Organizations Illustrations" issues (1906) of the Bulletin of the University of Oklahoma; and reminiscences (1973) by Newby about the University's early history. Errett Rains Newby Photograph Collection also in repository.
Black and white original prints of the fire which destroyed University Hall, the second administration building at the University of Oklahoma. Errett Rains Newby Manuscript Collection also in repository.
Mu Chapter, Phi Mu Alpha, Oklahoma University, 1914. Music fraternity. Members are: back row: Tom Lowry, Dick Lowry, Morrison R. Toomer, Lloyd B. Curtis, C. Reade Bridgewater, Ralph B. Shead; Second row: Henry G. White, Errett R. Newby, William G. Schmidt, Dr. Walter L. Capshaw, Fredrick Holmberg, Charles F. Giard, Harry S. Odermann; Front row: Raymond B. Williams, Dana M. Tisdal, Lewis S. Salter, Raymond Courtright, Wm. Grant Blanchard, and Ray Flood., 1914
Black and white original prints of the towns of Riverton (Sayre), El Reno, and Doxey, Oklahoma Territory. Also included are photographs of the Benton family, businesses, railroads, and University of Oklahoma students. Joseph Benton Manuscript Collection also in repository.
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Personnel files (1895-1913) comprised of "Faculty Information Reports" arranged alphabetically by person's las name and "Salary Lists" for faculty and others including Rosters (1903-09); Class Schedules drafts (1897-1910) and Programs of Recitations (1908-10); Correspondence between F.E. Knowles and J.D. Lydick (1910) and letters from the registrar to Faculty regarding courses being major or minor courses in the Graduate School (1917); Class Schedules Changes (1945-46) and Class Schedules paste-ups (1935-38).