Ida Pace Purdue Autograph Book
Scope and Content Note
Autograph book with signed personal inscriptions collected by Ida Pace from Jan. 4, 1884, to May 15, 1886, from approximately 62 persons, 46 of whom were Arkansas Industrial University students.
- Purdue, Ida Pace, 1869-1958 (Person)
Language of Materials
Materials are in English.
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Ida Pace was a graduate, in 1888, and associate professor of English, 1895-1898, of the Arkansas Industrial University. In 1898, she married Albert H. Purdue. She was involved with the founding of Chi Omega Fraternity, a national women's social organization established in 1895 in Fayetteville (Washington County). Serving as the first president and then as first editor of the group's official publication, Eleusis, Pace served as national president again from 1906 to 1912.
0.1 Linear Feet (1 volume)
The Ida Pace Purdue Autograph Book was donated to the Special Collections Department by Richard Howell Purdue of Arlington, Virginia, in November 1975.
Processed by Samuel Sizer; completed November 1975.
- Ida Pace Purdue Autograph Book
- Samuel Sizer
- November 1975
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Language of description note
- Finding aid is written in English.