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The Florida State College for Women (FSCW) Artist Series began in 1923. Dean Ella Opperman was the first person in charge of organizing the series. The series was intended to bring renowned artists to FSCW. After FSCW became Florida State University (FSU), the FSU School of Music managed the series. However, in 1974 the FSU Artist Series Committee assumed control. Because of financial difficulties in the early 1990s, the Artist Series was briefly discontinued. The series was then entitled the "Community Concerts in Tallahassee" and included organizations outside the University. By the 1996-1997 season the Community Concerts in Tallahassee name was changed to the Artist Series. Although this new artist series is not a direct organizational descendant of the earlier one it is its spiritual successor.

From the description of FSU Artist Series programs, 1922-1991 (inclusive) (bulk 1950-1980). (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 681930818

Florida State University started in 1851 as 2 seminaries and has changed its name at various times to: Seminary West of the Suwannee River, Florida State College, Florida Female College, Florida State College for Women, and in 1947 it became Florida State University and co-educational; by the 1980's FSU was recognized as a major research institute with over 370 buildings on nearly 1200 acres including the main campus of 346 acres in Tallahassee, FL.

From the description of Experimental College, 1962-1964. (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 40261803

The members of the General Faculty include the President, Vice-President, Deans, Professors and other instructional staff, and those members of the Professional Staff to whom the President assigns an academic rank. The General Faculty meets in regular session in the fall of each academic year to receive the annual report of the President, and in special session called by the President either on his or her own initiative or on resolution of the Faculty Senate, or on written request of at least ten percent (prior to 1958 this requirement was fifteen members) of the members of the General Faculty. The functions of the General Faculty are to formulate an opinion upon any subject of interest to the University and make recommendations to the appropriate body or officer for final consideration and to receive reports and announcements from officers of the University and from the Faculty Senate.

From the description of Florida State University general faculty records, 1938-1976 (inclusive). (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 680056887

Florida State first began playing football at Centennial Field during their inaugural 1947 season. The Doak S. Campbell Stadium opened on October 7, 1950, with a seating capacity of 15,000. In 1954, the stadium grew to a capacity of 19,000. Six thousand more seats were added in 1961. During Bill Peterson's era, it was expanded to 40,500 seats. Between 1978 and 1982 there were three more additions. By 2002, the limit had grown to 82,000 seats.

From the description of Campbell Stadium fund, 1950. (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 50902929

Several Florida State University campus offices were responsible for the publication and distribution of the FSU Activities Calendars, which document campus student events. During the late 1950s, for example, the calendars were published by the FSU Division of Publications. From the late 1960s through the 1990s, they were published by the Student Union, the Student Activities Office, the Leisure Program Office, and the Office of Public Relations and Special Events. Over the years, the calendar title changed. In the 1950s, it was called "Campus Calendar." From the 1960s until the late 20th Century, it became "Activities Schedule," "Garnet and Gold Guide," and finally "Activities Calendar".

From the description of Florida State University activities calendars, 1956-1976 (inclusive) (bulk 1965-1969). (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 701107376

The Faculty Professional Relations and Standards Committee served as a Florida State University faculty committee to address faculty welfare issues.

From the description of Faculty Professional Relations Committee papers, 1950-1973. (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 50902992

According to Jim Jones in FSU One Time!, in 1947 Florida State University selected the Seminoles as a nickname for its football and other athletics teams. The Seminole Tribe of Florida, formed in 1957, has since become an integral part of Florida's culture and history. As this collection shows, in the past, the American Indian Movement and several American Indian tribes, such as the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, have protested the practice by many athletic teams of using Native American mascots. The Seminole Tribe of Florida, however, has approved the portrayal of Chief Osceola and Renegade as FSU's official mascot. FSU has always enjoyed a close relationship with the Seminole Tribe of Florida, as shown by its respect and admiration for the Seminole people.

From the description of Florida State University Seminole mascot files, 1949-2005 (inclusive) (bulk 1992-1995). (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 621039883

The Minutes of the Florida State University Planning Committee document a transition period for Florida State University. On May 15, 1947, the Florida State College for Women became a coeducational institution of university status, the Florida State University. The minutes reflect concerns resulting from this change. The inclusion of men students, growth of the student body, and change in status from a college to a university required appropriate and adequate housing, classroom space, and curricula for the University's current and future needs. The Planning Committee's work addressed these issues, establishing their priorities as the "(1) Needs of the people of the state so far as higher education was concerned; (2) Cooperation with the University of Florida, Regional Education, etc.; (3) Desired functions of the University; and (4) Adequate financing" (Minutes of April 9, 1948).

From the guide to the Florida State University Planning Committee Minutes, March 26, 1948 - March 28, 1949, (Florida State University Libraries)

In 1851 the Florida legislature established two seminaries. In 1857, Seminary West of the Suwannee River began offering post-secondary education to male students. It became coeducational the following year when it merged with Tallahassee Female Academy. In 1901 it became Florida State College, a four year institution.

In 1905 the University of Florida was established as a men's school and the Florida State College became a women's school called the Florida Female College. In 1909 the name was changed to Florida State College for Women. In 1947 it returned to coeducational status and was renamed The Florida State University. Be the 1980's the University was recognized as a major research university with over 370 buildings on nearly 1200 acres, including the main campus of 345 acres in Tallahassee.

From the description of University costs project - Eikman report 1954-1958. (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 40261517

In 1851 the Florida legislature established two seminaries. In 1857 Seminary West of the Suwannee River began offering post-secondary education to male students. It became coeducational the following year when it merged with Tallahassee Female Academy. In 1901 it became Florida State College, a four year institution.

In 1905 the University of Florida was established as a men's school. and the Florida State College became a women's school called the Florida Female College. In 1909 the name was changed to Florida State College for Women. In 1947 it returned to coeducational status and was renamed The Florida State University. By the 1980's the University was recognized as a major research university with over 370 buildings on nearly 1200 acres, including the main campus of 345 acres in Tallahassee.

From the description of Florida State University (FSU) departments and schools list 1956-1964 (bulk 1957-1964). (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 40261523

The Florida State University, one of the largest and oldest of the nine institutions of higher learning in the State University System of Florida, had its beginning in 1851 when the Florida Legislature established two seminaries. In February 1857, the institution began offering postsecondary instruction to male students at the Seminar West of the Suwannee River. The following year it became coeducational when it merged with the Tallahasse Female Academy.

By 1897 the institution had evolved into the first liberal arts college in the state, and in 1901 it became Florida State College, a four year institution. In 1905 the University of Florida was established and designated a men's school, and the Florida State College became a women's school called the Florida Female College. In 1909 the name of the college was changed to Florida State College for Women.

In 1947, the Florida State College for Women was returned to coeducational status and renamed The Florida State University. By the 1980s, the University was recognized as a major research institute with over 370 buildings on nearly 1200 acres including the main campus of 346 acres in Tallahassee. (Taken from the Florida State University General Bulletin, 1995-1997).

From the description of Annual/biennial budgets, 1921-1955. (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 50902846

In 1851 the Florida legislature established two seminaries. In 1857 Seminary West of the Suwannee River began offering post-secondary education to male students. It became coeducational the following year when it merged with Tallahassee Female Academy. In 1901 it became Florida State College.

In 1905 the University of Florida was established as a men's school and the Florida State College became a women's school called the Florida Female College. In 1909 the name was changed to Florida State College for Women. In 1947 it returned to coeducational status and was renamed The Florida State University. By the 1980's the University was recognized as a major research university with over 370 buildings on nearly 1200 acres, including the main campus of 345 acres in Tallahassee.

From the description of Florida State University (FSU) graduation 1952-1964 1952-1964. (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 45225861

The Florida State University, one of the largest and oldest of the nine institutions of higher learning in the State University System of Florida, had its beginning in 1851 when the Florida Legislature established two seminaries. In February 1857, the institution began offering postsecondary instruction to male students at the Seminar West of the Suwannee River. The following year it became coeducational when it merged with the Tallahasse Female Academy.

By 1897 the institution had evolved into the first liberal arts college in the state, and in 1901 it became Florida State College, a four year institution. In 1905 the University of Florida was established and designated a men's school, and the Florida State College became a women's school calledthe Florida Female College. In 1909 the name of the college was changed to Florida State College for Women.

In 1947, the Florida State College for Women was returned to coeducational status and renamed The Florida State University. By the 1980s, the University was recognized as a major research institute with over 370 buildings on nearly 1200 acres including the main campus of 346 acres in Tallahassee. (Taken from the Florida State University General Bulletin, 1995-1997).

From the description of Role and scope reports, 1939-1976. (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 50682710

The Florida State University, one of the largest and oldest of the nine institutions of higher learning in the State University System of Florida, had its beginning in 1851 when the Florida Legislature established two seminaries. In February 1857, the institution began offering postsecondary instruction to male students at the Seminar West of the Suwannee River. The following year it became coeducational when it merged with the Tallahasse Female Academy.

By 1897 the institution had evolved into the first liberal arts college in the state, and in 1901 it became Florida State College, a four year institution. In 1905 the University of Florida was established and designated a men's school, and the Florida State College became a women's school called the Florida Female College. In 1909 the name of the college was changed to Florida State College for Women.

In 1947, the Florida State College for Women was returned to coeducational status and renamed The Florida State University. By the 1980s, the University was recognized as a major research institute with over 370 buildings on nearly 1200 acres including the main campus of 346 acres in Tallahassee. (Taken from the Florida State University General Bulletin, 1995-1997).

From the description of Homecoming files, 1948-1964. (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 50680968

In 1851 the Florida legislature established two seminaries. In 1857 Seminary West of the Suwannee River began offering post-secondary education to male students. It became coeducational the following year when it merged with Tallahassee Female Academy. In 1901 it became Florida State College, a four year institution.

In 1905 the University of Florida was established as a men's school and the Florida State College became a women's school called the Florida Female College. In 1909 the name was changed to Florida State College for Women. In 1947, due to the demand for education by returning veterans, it returned to coeducational status and was renamed The Florida State University.

From the description of Florida State University (FSU) building appraisals as of April, 1955 1934-1956 (bulk 1955). (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 40261532

In 1851 the Florida legislature established two seminaries. In 1857 Seminary West of the Suwannee River began offering post-secondary education to male students. It became coeducational the following year when it merged with Tallahassee Female Academy. In 1901 it became Florida State College, a four year institution.

In 1905 the University of Florida was established as a men's school, and the Florida State College became a women's school called the Florida Female College. In 1909 the name was changed to Florida State College for Women. In 1947 it returned to coeducational status and was renamed The Florida State University. By the 1980's the University was recognized as a major research university with over 370 buildings on nearly 1200 acres, including the main campus of 345 acres in Tallahassee.

From the description of Florida State University (FSU) faculty dead files 1937-1969. (Florida State University). WorldCat record id: 45223304

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referencedIn Goulding family. Goulding collection, 1830-1967. Florida State University
referencedIn Florida. Board of Regents. Agenda back-up files, 1952-1971. Florida State Archive
creatorOf Florida State University. Role and scope reports, 1939-1976. Florida State University
referencedIn Florida State University. Office of the President. Stanley Marshall university divisions files, 1975-1976. Florida State Archive
referencedIn University of West Florida. Panama City Center Records, 1965-1983 University of West Florida Libraries
referencedIn Pipkin, Beulah Mary, 1895-. Beulah Pipkin Papers, 1924-1985. Florida State University
creatorOf Florida State University. Florida State University general faculty records, 1938-1976 (inclusive). Florida State University
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creatorOf Florida State University. Florida State University (FSU) building appraisals as of April, 1955 1934-1956 (bulk 1955). Florida State University
referencedIn Culpepper, J. Broward, 1907-. Papers, 1941-1968. University of Florida
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referencedIn Florida State University. Office of the President. Bernard F. Sliger administrative files, 1976-1990. Florida State Archive
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referencedIn Diamond, Ruby, 1886-1982. Ruby Diamond collection, 1773-1981. Florida State University
creatorOf Florida State University. Faculty Professional Relations Committee papers, 1950-1973. Florida State University
creatorOf Florida State University Planning Committee Minutes, March 26, 1948 - March 28, 1949 Florida State University Libraries
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referencedIn Nicolas Slonimsky Collection, 1873-1997, (bulk 1920-1990) Music Division Library of Congress
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creatorOf Florida State University. Florida State University Seminole mascot files, 1949-2005 (inclusive) (bulk 1992-1995). Florida State University
referencedIn Florida State University Budget Advisory Committee Minutes, 1969-1975
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creatorOf Florida State University. Florida State University (FSU) faculty dead files 1937-1969. Florida State University
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referencedIn Lee, Marjorie Fogarty. Marjorie Fogarty Lee collection, 1948-1952. Florida State University
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referencedIn Fauls, Don, 1920-1995. Don Fauls collection, circa 1950's-1990's. Florida State University
creatorOf Florida State University. Annual/biennial budgets, 1921-1955. Florida State University
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referencedIn Hoffman Family Papers., undated, 1933-1998. Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Center.
referencedIn Florida State University. Office of the President. Special event files, 1969-1986. Florida State Archive
creatorOf Florida State University Postcards, ca. 1980s Florida State University Libraries
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referencedIn Florida postcard collection, 1952-1954. Florida State University
creatorOf Florida State University. Experimental College, 1962-1964. Florida State University
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referencedIn George F. Aker Papers, 1957-1985 Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries
creatorOf Florida State University. Alumni Association. FSU senior class gift files, 1912-2003 (inclusive). Florida State University
referencedIn Don Veller Collection, 1948-2003, 1993-2003
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referencedIn Jackson McDonald Scrapbook, 1917-1925 Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
referencedIn Richardson, Louise, 1889-1963. Louise Richardson collection, 1920-1964. Florida State University
referencedIn Florida State University. Costs Project. Costs Project, Florida State University (FSU), 1956-1957. Florida State University
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creatorOf Florida State University. Summer institutes and workshops, 1952-1963. Florida State University
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creatorOf Florida State University. FSU Artist Series programs, 1922-1991 (inclusive) (bulk 1950-1980). Florida State University
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creatorOf Florida State University. Florida State University activities calendars, 1956-1976 (inclusive) (bulk 1965-1969). Florida State University
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referencedIn Turnbull, Augustus Bacon, 1940-. Papers, 1971-1990. Florida State University
referencedIn Florida State Normal School. Records, 1887-1905. University of Florida
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referencedIn Tallahassee Civil Rights Oral History Collection, July-August 1978, July 1978
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associatedWith Dirac, P. A. M. (Paul Adrien Maurice), 1902-1984. person
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associatedWith Doak Sheridan Campbell Stadium (Tallahassee, Fla.) corporateBody
associatedWith Documents created by Florida State University General Faculty and Florida State College for Women General Faculty corporateBody
associatedWith Dodd, William George. person
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associatedWith Easton, Dexter M. person
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associatedWith Florida State University. College of Business. corporateBody
associatedWith Florida State University. College of Education. corporateBody
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correspondedWith Frost, Robert, 1874-1963. person
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correspondedWith Garrett, George P., 1929-2008 person
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associatedWith Larson, Olga. person
associatedWith Lee, Marjorie Fogarty. person
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associatedWith Lortel, Lucille person
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associatedWith McDonald, Jackson Henson. person
associatedWith McInnis, Libby. person
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associatedWith Milton Caniff person
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associatedWith Rosasco family. family
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associatedWith Saddler, Donald person
associatedWith Slater, John C. (John Clarke), 1900-1976. person
correspondedWith Slonimsky, Nicolas, 1894-1995 person
correspondedWith Soyinka, Wole. person
correspondedWith Strozier, Robert Manning, 1906-1960. person
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Florida--Tallahassee
Florida--Tallahassee
Education, Higer--Florida--Tallahassee
Leon--12072
Leon--12072
Leon--12072
Leon--12072
Florida--Tallahassee
Florida--Tallahassee
Seminole Tribe of Florida, Dania, Big Cypress, Brighton, Hollywood & Tampa Reservations
Florida--Tallahassee
Florida--Tallahassee
Florida--Tallahassee
Florida
Florida--Tallahassee
Florida--Tallahassee
Florida--Tallahassee
Florida
Postcards
Leon--12072
Florida--Tallahassee
Florida--Tallahassee
United States
Florida
Subject
Speech--Study and teaching
Libraries
Student movements
Gifted children--Education
Physics--Study and teaching
Football--History
Restaurant management--Study and teaching
Music camps--Photographs
Renegade (Horse)
Universities and colleges--Faculty--Archival resources
Chemistry--Study and teaching
Music--Instruction and study
Nursing
Education, Higher--Experimental methods--Archival resources
School management and organization
Electronic office machines
4-H clubs
Law enforcement
Baked products industry
Mathematics--Study and teaching
Universities and colleges--Curricula
Universities and colleges--Accounting
School enrollment
College costs--Archival resources
Art festivals
Educational counseling
Psychiatric nursing--Photographs
Law
Universities and colleges
Children of immigrants--Education
Geology--Study and teaching
Indians as mascots
Military education
Physical education and training
Concert programs
Criminology--Study and teaching
Adult education
Sociology--Study and teaching
Greek letter societies
Geography--Study and teaching
Commencement ceremonies--Photographs
School mascots
Science--Exhibitions
Hotel management--Study and teaching
Universities and colleges--Departments--Archival resources
Industrial management
Economics--Study and teaching
Cancer--Study and teaching
Greek Americans--Study and teaching
College theater
Students--Mental health
Education, Higher--Archival resources
School lunchrooms, cafeterias, etc.--Management
Student government
Universities and colleges--Faculty--Salaries, etc
Archaeology--Study and teaching
Mental health
Indians of North America--Social conditions--20th century
Education, higher
Biology--Study and teaching
Anthropology--Study and teaching
Parents' and teachers' associations--Photographs
Questionnaire
Languages, modern--Study and teaching
Oceanography--Study and teaching
Cheerleading--Photographs
Fashion--Study and teaching
Meteorology--Study and teaching
Education, Higher--Aims and objectives--Archival resources
Greek history
Music teachers--Societies, etc
Universities and colleges--Public relations
Vocational education
Football stadiums
Science--Study and teaching
Research
Student activities
Continuing education
Mathematics--Study and teaching--Photographs
Summer school
Television in education
Chief Osceola (Mascot)
Coaching (Athletics)
Coaches (Athletics)
Philosophy--Study and teaching
Florida State University Buildings
College buildings--Archival resources
Circus
Insurance
Occupation
Function

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Active 1958

Americans

English

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