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Correspondence - other State Teacher's College Presidents, 1912-1966.

  • UWRF Series 7
  • collection
  • 1912-1966.

Includes information concerning cooperative programs; discussion of items to be dealt with by the President & Council; exchange of information concerning new policies being implemented on various campuses; planning information for State Colleges; State College Athletic Conference minutes; basic studies requirements; physical plant growth; course offerings and duplicate offerings.

Office of the President

Physical Education Department subject files, 1913-1996.

  • UWRF Series 76
  • collection

This is an artificial series created from a number of different sources dealing with physical education at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Items in this series include departmental handbooks; pageants and exercizes used in women's PE (1930's); programs and promotional material (1915- ); fundraising proposals (1994-1996); alumni lists (1952-1986); and female "R" award winners (1975-1980).

University of Wisconsin--River Falls. College of Education. (1913)

Sports Information Office, 1920-1989.

  • UWRF Series 140
  • collection
  • 1927-1989.

`The Sports Information Office is a branch of the Assistant Chancellor's office in charge of public relations for the various interscholastic sports at UWRF. The office also keeps much of the information regarding the teams, games, coaches, and related materials. This series contains news clippings, program booklets, statistical information, and miscellaneous team rosters. See the online Collection Inventory for more detailed information.

Jim Thies, Sports Information Director, 1976-2015.

The "R" Club Records, 1937-1951.

  • UWRF Series 193
  • collection
  • 1937-1951.

Founded in 1918, originally named the “N” Club for “Normal”, was later renamed The “R” Club in 1923. Its mission was to promote the best interest of the school and to develop a spirit of cooperation and goodwill between the faculty, students, and the “R” Club (1937 constitution). In 1975, women were integrated into the “R” Club. Today The “R” Club is active in fundraising efforts for the UWRF Athletics program.
This collection contains 3 volumes of ledgers that contain the club information, including but not limited to, advisors, officers, member list, dues and fees, meeting minutes, oath, constitution, and by-laws. This collection also contains a brief compiled history of the “R” Club and lists of female award winners.

Athletics Department

Women's Recreation Association Records,1950's-1970's.

  • UWRF Series 179
  • collection
  • 1950's-1970's.

The Women’s Recreation Association (WRA) mission was to provide “women students with the opportunity to participate in healthful recreational activities and to promote good sportsmanship and fellowship. In WRA, a woman has an opportunity for service and leadership through diverse activities.” There were numerous team and individual sports that participate in tournaments. To compete, various teams were organized and entered by sororities, residence halls, or other independent groups. Sports included; volleyball, field hockey, basketball, bowling, swimming, gymnastics, badminton, track and field, and tennis. Female faculty advisors, including Emogene Nelson, serving as advisors, instructed the WRA activities. (Information compiled from WRA brochure.)

Women's Recreation Association