Contains 102 Results:
Contains a letter from Bert Bennett to Sylvia Schwartz thanking her the work she put into Richard Preyer's campaign for North Carolina Governor. In addition, there is a newspaper clipping welcoming Hilda Lenson to the Altoona Campus at Penn State to teach French.
Contains an invitation from the President and Board of Directors at St. John's Art Gallery to attend the Treasures of Southeastern North Carolina exhibit. There is also a list provided of the items at the event.
Contains an incoming receipt from Sylvia Schwartz to the St. John Art Gallery listing that she donated dishware to the Treasures of Southeastern North Carolina exhibit.
Contains a newspaper clipping recognizing Dr. Melvin Schwartz for winning the David Adelsberg Memorial Prize for his research in metabolic diseases. There is also a handwritten note from Richard and Emily Preyers to B.D. and Sylvia Schwartz thanking them for their help during Richard's campaign as North Carolina Governor. In addition, there is a family Christmas card of the Preyers included on this page.
Contains a newspaper clipping pertaining to the book drive spearheaded by Helen Hagen, the head librarian at Wilmington College, to meet the accreditation requirements of a four year institution.
Contains a brochure for the annual meeting of the West Virginia Heart Association where Dr. Melvin Schwartz spoke. In addition, there are newspaper clippings pertaining to the Wilmington Kiwanis Club and an establishment of a committee by the Wilmington Mayor to see if it is feasible to build a city auditorium.
Contains a newspaper clipping picturing and discussing the City Auditorium Study Committee for the City of Wilmington. In addition, there is also a statement announcing the organization conceived by Sylvia Schwartz and Mrs. Robert Kallman called the Friends of Wilmington College.
Contains newspaper clippings announcing Maxine Schwartz's engagement to Robert Seller. In addition, there is a newspaper clipping that discusses the meeting of the Industrial Committee of 100.
Contains newspaper clippings announcing Maxine Schwartz as the recipient of the University Scholarship in History from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania and her engagement to Robert Seller.