Eleanor Culpepper (Willingham) collection

Eleanor Culpepper (Willingham) collection

Descriptive Summary

Repository: University of Georgia Archives
Creator: Willingham, Eleanor Culpepper
Title: Eleanor Culpepper (Willingham) collection
Dates: 1895-1932
Quantity: 0.5 Linear feet (1 box)
Coll. Number: UA02-016

Biographical/Historical Note

Eleanor Culpepper (Willingham) was a 1929 graduate of the Georgia State Teachers College in Athens, Georgia. In 1929, she served as the editor of school's yearbook, Crystal. Mrs. Willingham's father, Homer L. Culpepper, was also a student at school in the late 1800s.

Scope and Content Note

The Eleanor Culpepper (Willingham) collection dates from 1894 through 1932. It includes the editing manuscript for the 1929 Crystal along with instructions for the design of the yearbooks. There is also a copy of the 1923 manuscript History of the State Normal School by E. S. Sell and a textbook used by Mrs. Willingham's father while a student at the school in 1895.

Index Terms

Culpepper, Homer L.
Georgia State Normal School (Athens, Ga.).
University of Georgia.
University of Georgia. Alumni and alumnae.
Willingham, Eleanor Culpepper
Women college students--Georgia--Athens.

General Notes

RG sns

Administrative Information

Preferred citation note

Eleanor Culpepper (Willingham) collection, UA02-016, University Archives, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

11Editing manuscript of the 1929 Crystal
2Instructions for design of yearbooks, a pamphlet from the Southwestern Engraving Co, ca. 1929
3Photograph of State Normal School entrance, Prince Ave. at Oglethorpe, used in 1929 Crystal
41929 Crystal
51932 Crystal
6Dustwrapper from 1932 Crystal
7History of the State Normal School by E.S. Sell, 1923
8Psychology Applied to Education by Gabriel Compayre, Boston, D.C. Heath and Co. , 1894. Text used by Homer L. Culpepper at State Normal School in 1895
9Eleventh Annual Announcement and Catalog of the Georgia Normal and Industrial College, Milledgeville, GA, 1901-1902