Cap and Gown Club records, 1908-1978.


Cap and Gown Club records, 1908-1978.

The records of the Cap and Gown Club consist primarily of production programs, leaf and/or souvenir, arranged chronologically, with related material such as clippings, photographs, etc., of which there is little, filed with the appropriate program. A few programs contain music. Programs from the 1911 and 1919 shows are missing. Additional material includes photocopies of various articles on the Cap and Gown Club from The Pitt Panther, miscellaneous correspondence and memorabilia, and the final club minutes of 1978.

0.75 linear ft. (2 boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 7295632

University of Pittsburgh

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