By Mary A. Sego
Primary Creator: Rose, Fred
Other Creators: Rose, Mary Otten
Extent: 3.0 Folders. More info below.
Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research.
Preferred Citation: MSA 203, Fred W. and Mary Otten Rose Collection on the Class of 1921 and 1922, Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
Directory - Forty-fifth Anniversary, Class of 1921, April 29, 30, and May 1, 1966.
Initial 50th reunion planning letter sent to Class of 1921 members, April 14, 1970.
Class of 1921 "Who's Who" letter, signed by Herb Baganz, Corresponding Secretary and Treasurer, circa 1950.
Records for Class of 1921, July 20, 1970 [series one and four].
Roster of 337 living members of the Class of 1921, along with demographics, compiled and signed by C. G. Cooley ME, class president, September 4, 1970.
Letter to 1921 Classmates, which includes a four page report on the administration of Dr. Hovde, along with a description of the 50th anniversary class gift; a bronze plaque of the founder and the seven presidents, to be hung in the Memorial Union. Letter compiled and signed by C. C. Cooley, January 5, 1970.
Itinerary letter for Golden Anniversary, signed by Ray Mead, president and Sheldon B. Pershing, secretary, April 1, 1971.
Final report/letter from Memorial Gift Committee, signed by C. C. Cooley, April 16, 1971.
Treasurer's report, January 16, 1972 and Class Kitty report, October 4, 1971, signed by Herb Baganz, Class Treasurer.
Program, class dinner party at Lafayette Country Club, 50th Reunion, Class of 1921, Purdue University, April 30, 1971.
Program, "Sing-A-Long", 50th Anniversary, Class of 1921, April 30, 1971.
Biographical Briefs Sheets, Purdue Class of 1921, circa 1971.
Class of 1921 newsletter, April, 1973.
Letter from Purdue Alumni Association, to Mr. E. C. Schroyer, Mr. Floyd Elliott and Mr. Herbert M. Baganz, stating that Mr. Cecil G. Cooley, Class of 1921 president had passed away, April 6, 1973. The letter is dated April 9, 1973.
"In Remembrance of Cecil George Cooley," farewell by Herb Baganz, 1973.
Letter and pamphlets for Veterans of World War 1 of the U.S.A., Incorporated, sent by Herb Baganz, circa 1973.
Issue of the Rumor, published by Company 1, S. A. T. C., Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, no date.
Purdue Alums - 1921-1976, Class of 1921 updates, 1976 [2 copies]
Class of 1921 newsletter and report on 55th reunion, complied and signed by Herb Baganz, May, 1976.
Letter from Purdue Alumni Association in regards to Gala Week 1976, signed by J. H. Karl, Associate Director, May 3, 1976.
Two photographs, 7" x 5", women from Class of 1922, taken at Mrs. R. B. Stewart's, Gala Week, 1947.
Eight group photographs of the Class of 1922, 10" x 8", only two have date written on them; 50th reunion and 1967.
Photograph, 2 3/4" x 3 1/2", five unidentified men in costume, no date.
Photograph, 10" x 8", seven women in photo, no date.
Program/newsletter/directory, "Howdy, Ye Grads, How Do You Do. We're the Class of '22!" silver anniversary, May 2-4, 1947.
Class of 1922 sign-in sheet with addresses, circa 1957 (?)
Program - Class of '22, Thirtieth Anniversary, May 2-4, 1952, Gala Week.
Program - "Making Whoopee-ee-e!" Purdue Class of 1922, 40th Anniversary, family dinner party, Lafayette Country Club, Friday, May 4, 1962.
Newsletter, Class of 1922, October, 1962.
Newsletter and initial planning letter for 50th reunion, July, 1967.
Final planning letter for 50th reunion, September 7, 1971.
Reminder letter for Class of 1922 50th reunion, February 14, 1972.
Program, 50th anniversary, Class of '22, Purdue University, 1922-1972.
Stationery for class gift.
"Read What the 1922 Class if Doing for Purdue... Reprinted from Alumnus, September/October, 1972. [3 copies]
Newsletter about 50th reunion and statistics, 1972.
Roster and addresses for the Class of 1922, December 1, 1971.
"Jeff to Lose Legend: Leverenz," by Dick Ham, no publication information, no date. [newspaper clipping]
"To You Who Did Not Win, Mrs. Stoever Wins Contest," Evening Independent, Section 8, p. 1, March 6, 1972.