Contains two scrapbooks belonging to Nina Pruett Edmunds while a student at the College of William and Mary from 1931-1933. Included in one scrapbook are programs from plays and special events, news articles related to student life on campus, photographs of students, and material related to the sesquicentennial of the battle of Yorktown. The second scrapbook is in a binder labeled "House or Home?",created for a home economics class, with notes and glued in magazine clippings on different houses, furniture and home related items. Per the attached note from Mittie Lou Edmunds, Nina Pruett's daughter, Nin Pruett was a home economics major. Class and financial papers.
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Nina Pruett Edmunds was a student at the College of William and Mary from 1931-1933.
0.50 Linear Feet
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Acc. 2014.126 was hand-delivered to Special Collections by the donor on 9/15/2014. Acc. 2017.020 sent by Donor.
34 cm x 24 cm
Accessioned and minimally described by Steven Bookman, University Archives Specialist, in October 2014.