By Mary A. Sego
Primary Creator: Stech, Opal D. (1909-2005)
Extent: 0.2 Cubic feet. More info below.
Date Acquired: 01/23/2009
Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research.
Use Restrictions: Copyright retained by the heirs of Opal D. Stech.
Physical Access Note: Scrapbook is in fragile condition and must be handled with care. Pages that have fallen out have been placed in acid-free folders.
Acquisition Source: Vicki Morreale
Acquisition Method: Donated by Vicki Morreale, 2009.
Preferred Citation: MSA 36, Opal D. Stech scrapbook, Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
Finding Aid Revision History: Revised by EW 11/9/2012
The Messiah, Lafayette Community Chorus, Jefferson High School Gymnasium, December 14, 1930 [program]
Annual Banquet of Kappa Beta and The Twelve, 1931 [program]
Mother's Day Souvenir Program at the First Christian Church, May 10, 1931
"Announcement Extraordinary," The First Christian Church of Lafayette, Indiana is broadcasting the most important announcement for many years, Dr. Charles Reign Scoville, March 8 to April 5, 1931
Listing of Purdue Christian Foundation Purdue student cabinet, along with the pastor and director of promotion, undated
Season Ticket For Nine Home Games Will Cost Holders of Student Coupon Books $4.50, circa 1931 [newspaper clipping, no publication information available]
"Purdue University Co-eds Make Tour of Inspection of Stores," circa 1931
[Tribune photo of fifty students from "Lafayette" school]
"Class In Girls' Leadership Organizes As Scout Troup; Will Hold Daily Meetings," circa 1931 [newspaper clipping, no publication information available]
"Purdue Coed Tumblers," circa 1931 [newspaper photograph, no publication information available]
The-Twelve-Tie, May 1931 [an honorary organization in the Christian Church Foundation for service among students at Purdue University, information booklet]
Newspaper photographs of the winners in the annual beauty contest, conducted by the Debris, The Indianapolis Star, Sunday morning, February 1, 1931
Newspaper photograph of the senior and junior cadet officers of the 3 regiments of Purdue University's R.O.T.C., The Indianapolis Sunday Star, January 11, 1931
Tenth Annual Military Carnival, R. O. T. C. Purdue University, Saturday, March 22, 1930 [program]
"Three Little Girls," program, circa 1931
Purdue Christian Foundation, Twelfth Annual Purdue Students' Banquet, program, circa 1931
43rd Annual Convention, Golden Jubilee Convention, South Bend, Indiana, July 2-5,
1931 [button with “C” and an “E” in the middle of it]
“Additional Students Are Given For College List,” newspaper clipping which mentions Opal D. Stech, 1931
Marjorie A. Stech, name card, undated?
Personal mention, newspaper clipping, Howard Winebrenner, to attend first world conference of the Y. M. C. A. to be held in this country, undated?
“Heed Call of Their Far-Away Country,” photograph from Indianapolis Star of four
Purdue students starting long journey back to homeland, circa 1932
“Will Speak Over WLS,” newspaper clipping and photograph of Dr. E. C. Young, professor of rural economics
“Supervises Higher Education of Thousands,” newspaper clipping and photograph of Dr. Edward C. Elliott, circa 1932
“Convo Speaker,” newspaper clipping and photograph of Dr. L. M. Sears, professor of history and economics, circa 1932
“Hartley Guilty! Court Finds Him Insane, Sorry,” May 26, 1932 (no other publication information available)
“Langdon-Davies Says Leisure Is Key to Culture,” newspaper clipping, circa 1932
“Represent Indiana,” newspaper clipping of Hoosier 4-H club members who attended national camp at Washington, 1931
“Co-eds Crown May Queen At Pageant In Gymnasium: Martha Swope Presides at Celebration; Dancers Present “Everyman,” newspaper clipping along with photograph of Martha Swope, undated?
“Gala Week Candidates,” newspaper clipping photograph, 1932
“Royce-Bilby,” marriage announcement, undated?
Ruzz banquet, Opal Stech name card, April 19, 1932
Dried rose, circa 1931
Black and yellow cord, circa 1931
P. I. A. Masquerade Ball, program, October 13, 1931
Schedule of concerts and lectures, circa 1931
Name card, Robert B. Carter, Acacia Fraternity, spring initiation, circa 1932
The American Association of University Women, dinner invitation, April 26, 1932
Senior party, Duncan Hall, 1932
“University Choir Will Give Vesper Service,” newspaper clipping with photograph, circa 1932
“Faculty Changes Made at Purdue” and “Kappa Kappa Gamma to Have Convention, With Local Group Attending,” newspaper clipping with notations about several people, Thursday Evening, June 16, 1932 (no other publication information available)
“Registrar’s Figures Show Total of 4,642 Students Enrolled: New Record Exceeds Last Year’s High Mark By 130; Freshmen Total Goes Down 100; Other Classes, Graduate School, Show Substantial Increase,” newspaper clipping, circa, 1931
“Courageous Girls at Purdue Invade Field of Engineering,” newspaper clipping with photographs, circa 1931
“Visits Purdue,” Dr. A. K. Foster, distinguished religious leader lecturing, newspaper clipping, circa 1931
“Corn Kings Crowned – Indiana’s Best Growers,” newspaper clipping with photograph, circa 1931
“Highest Ranking Non-Fraternity Men At Purdue,” newspaper clipping with photograph, circa 1932
“Six From County to Receive Degrees From Purdue University Tuesday When Fifty-Eighth Commencement Is Held,” newspaper clipping with mention of Opal D. Stech, circa 1932
“Basketball Schedule,” circa 1931
“First Christian,” newspaper clipping about church’s activities, circa 1932
First Christian Church, program and announcements, September 20, 1931
“Another Thresher,” newspaper clipping and photograph announcing talk by Professor Lella Gaddis on WLS, Chicago radio station, circa 1932
“Indoor Baseball Players,” newspaper clipping with photograph, circa 1932
“Announce Engagement Of Margaret Roberts” and “Anita Beadle Brings Suit for $15,000, Echo Of Automobile Crash,” newspaper clipping, circa 1932
“Big Ten Trophy,” newspaper clipping featuring Ward Lambert, coach of the Big Ten Conference championship Purdue Basketball team and Colonel N. A. Kellogg, athletic director at the university, circa 1932
“Tumbling Class,” newspaper clipping with photograph, circa 1931
“Pair At Purdue Suing Magazine: Geraldine Tudor and John Morris Asking $100,000 for Defamation; Picture Published,” newspaper clipping, circa 1932
Newspaper clippings about basketball team: “Boilermakers Shape Up as Another “Wonder Five,” “Purdue Cage Team Looms as Big Ten’s Strongest Following Great Showing in Early Season Games,” “1931-32 Big Ten Conference Basketball Champions,” 1932
“State Endeavor Leader Honored,” circa 1932
“Coed Shuffleboard Champions,” newspaper clipping with photograph, circa 1932
Stuart Chase, Economist and Writer, flyer with bio on back, undated?
Vesper Service, The Depauw University Choir, program, November 22, 1931