Millersville Alumni Publications include several titles used for publications sent out to alumni from 1904 through 2005, including the Normal Journal and the College Journal. Issues were published four times a year with one of the issues being the Millersville course catalog.
Course catalogs were published from the first year of the Normal School in 1855. Catalogs include information on courses of study, faculty and administration, students. Lists of alumni (in the early years), information about campus buildings and features, student organizations, and rules for student behavior add to descriptions of courses and programs.
A publication for alumni and educators in the region, the Normal Journal was "designed to afford a means of communication between Millersville State Normal School and the educational public." The Normal Journal contains regular columns by MSNS faculty members, updates on student organizations such as the Literary Societies, and information about alumni.
An educational outreach publication from Millersville State Normal School to educators in the region. The Normal Monthly contains information on the nature of Normal School education, tips and lesson plans for teachers, and information about life on campus.
The Millersville Oral History Digital archive continues to grow as new oral histories are collected with members of the university and the Lancaster community. This collection includes transcripts and audio of oral history interviews.
Sallie Bolton was a student and then faculty member at Millersville from 1855-1857. This collection includes letters written home to her mother and aunt, as well as an autograph album signed by students, faculty, administrators and friends.
Lancaster County Digitization Project is a regional consortium of cultural institutions that digitize newspapers, manuscripts, rare books, photographs and other valuable resources. Check out LCDP resources!
The National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP) is a partnership between the NEH, the Library of Congress (LC), and state projects to provide enhanced access to United States newspapers published between 1836 and 1922. NEH awards support state projects to select and digitize historically significant titles that are aggregated and permanently maintained by the Library of Congress.
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