Muriel Weeks papers
Scope and Contents
This collection contains artifacts and documents relating to Muriel Jones’s time as a student of the State Teacher’s College at Towson,including correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia. It also contains documents relating to her participation in the Towson University Alumni Association.
- Creation: 1936-1986
- Weeks, Muriel (Donor, Person)
Conditions Governing Access
There are no restrictions on access. This collection is open to the public.
Conditions Governing Use
Towson University Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) is the owner of the original materials and digitized images in our collections; however, the collection may contain materials for which copyright is not held. Patrons are responsible for determining the appropriate use or reuse of materials. Consult with SCUA to determine if we can provide permission for use.
Muriel Weeks, born Muriel Jones, attended the State Teacher’s College in Towson, Maryland. She earned a three year degree and graduated in 1936. An involved student, Weeks was a member of the Honor Society, acting President of the Students Association for the Co-Op Government, and contributed to the school newspaper, the Towerlight. After attending the State Teacher’s College, Muriel Jones married Earl Weeks. She later became a member of the Alumni Committee for Towson University and the Reunion Committee for the State Teacher’s College class of 1936. She was involved in organizing the twenty-fifth, forty-fifth, and fiftieth reunions for her class.
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Muriel Weeks was an alumn of the State Teacher's College and served as a member of the Alumni Committee for Towson University and the Reunion Committee for her classes 25th, 45th, and 50th reunions. This collection consists of correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia. It also contains documents relating to her participation in the Towson University Alumni Association.
- Guide to the Muriel Weeks papers
- Created by Ruby Kelly, revised and transferred to ArchivesSpace by John Esh
- 2014, 2020
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