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Identifier: MSS 217
Overview The collection of Augustana College Athletics and Physical Education records, 1894-2017 and undated, includes meeting minutes and record books from several early athletic clubs, departmental records, sports schedules and brochures, athletic uniforms, and sketches of the Tribe of Vikings Hall of Fame inductees. It is divided into two series: Department of Physical Education and Athletics.
Identifier: MSS 265
Overview The Office of Residential Life deals with student living arrangements. They place students in dorms or TLAs (Transitional Living Areas). The office also matches roommates, and deals with any change in a student’s living situation. Staff in Residential Life enforce rules and regulations, as well as provide support and activities for students in their assigned areas. Materials in this collection include handbooks on living in the dorms for incoming freshmen, blank forms concerning dorm room...
Identifier: MSS 52
Overview The Augustana College Social Committee was organized in 1937, replacing the former Board of Control of Social Activities. The group claimed to "ignore organizational frontiers, including all students in its plans." The committee planned numerous all-school social events throughout the school year, including Halloween and Christmas parties as well as a Spring picnic. This collection contains the group's meeting minutes from 1937 to 1948.
Identifier: MSS 45
Overview The Valkyries was an honorary athletics society that was created for women at Augustana College in 1928. It was organized by the Augustana Girls’ Athletics Association. Membership was limited to 24 girls who had earned 150 points in athletic competitions and were elected into the group. The Valkyries met to discuss problems in athletics and to promote enthusiasm in all women’s athletics. They also organized social functions for the group as well as the entire student body. The Augustana College...
Identifier: MSS 25
Overview Helen Collins was born in 1901 in the town of Wakefield, Nebraska. Her father, Henry Collins, was a prominent businessman in the area; her mother, Sophia Collins, was the daughter of the Salem Lutheran Church's founder. Helen was one of seven children her father hoped would all attend college; Helen and her sister Elsie selected Augustana. While at Augustana, Helen was a member of Sigma Pi Delta (the Speeds) and the women's basketball team. The Helen S. Collins scrapbook contains photographs,...
Identifier: MSS 183
Overview The Frame on the Wall Club was a film society at Augustana College that screened both domestic and foreign films as campus events. The Frame on the Wall Club collection contains, 1975-1985 and undated, contains event programs, posters, and public notices.
Identifier: MSS 198
Overview Erleen “Lindy” Lindeman transferred to Augustana College in 1941 after completing her first two years at Bethany College. She graduated in 1943 with a degree in English. While at Augustana, she sang in the Augustana Choir and Handel Oratorio Society, participated in a number of religious organizations, athletic groups, and women's clubs, and was a member of the Kappa Tau sorority. The Erleen Lindeman scrapbook, 1941-1943, contains keepsakes and pictures from her time at Augustana. The...
Identifier: MSS 113
Overview Heloise Dorthea Margarite Olson (Moline) was an Augustana College student from September 1925 to 1929. During her tenure at Augustana, she was involved with the QT, or Kappa Tau, sorority; the Roosevelt Outing Club; the Berean Bible Class; the Oriole Girls'Chorus; the Handel Oratorio Society; the debate team; the Board of Social Control; the Augustana Observer; and Tau Kappa Alpha. The Heloise Olson Moline scrapbook contains photographs, newspaper clippings, invitations, programs, letters,...
Identifier: MSS 137
Overview Ethel Elvera Pearson attended Augustana College from 1918 to 1922. A graduate of Davenport High School, she majored in biological science at Augustana. While at Augustana, Pearson was a member of the Adelphic Society, Edward Everett Debating Club, the Augustana Foreign Missionary Society, and the Senior Girl’s Club. She was a founding member of the Phi Rho sorority and was on the Class Honor Roll. The Ethel E. Pearson scrapbook, 1918-1922, documents Pearson's time at Augustana, including...
Identifier: MSS 216
Overview Flavius J. Sten was born in St. Helens, Oregon. He attended the Augustana Academy for high school until 1911, when he entered Augustana College. He was involved in many organizations during his college career, most notably the basketball program. As a freshman, he was a forward on the varsity basketball team, a position he would hold until he graduated. He also coached the girls' basketball team. The Flavius Sten scrapbook, 1911-1930, contains newspaper clippings related to Sten’s life and...
- Subject: College students -- Recreation X
- Sigma Kappa Tau (Augustana College (Rock Island, Ill.)) 2
- Augustana College (Rock Island, Ill.). Department of Athletics 1
- Augustana College (Rock Island, Ill.). Department of Health and Physical Education 1
- Augustana College (Rock Island, Ill.). Frame on the Wall Club 1
- Augustana College (Rock Island, Ill.). Office of Residential Life 1
- Augustana College (Rock Island, Ill.). Women's Athletic Association 1
- Augustana College and Theological Seminary (Rock Island, Ill.). Social Committee 1
- Augustana College and Theological Seminary (Rock Island, Ill.). Valkyries 1
- College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin 1
- Collins, Helen S., b. 1901 1
- Lindeman, Erleen 1
- Moline, Heloise Olson, 1907-1972 1
- Pearson, Ethel Elvera, 1888-1977 1
- Phi Rho (Augustana College (Rock Island, Ill.)) 1
- Sigma Pi Delta (Augustana College (Rock Island, Ill.)) 1
- Sten, Flavius 1 ∧ less