The Resource James Madison University : an environmental history, Part of an oral history project, Susan E. Dawson

James Madison University : an environmental history, Part of an oral history project, Susan E. Dawson

Label
James Madison University : an environmental history, Part of an oral history project
Title
James Madison University
Title remainder
an environmental history
Title part
Part of an oral history project
Statement of responsibility
Susan E. Dawson
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
  • Forms part of: James Madison University: an environmental history, an oral history project. For ACCESS TO THE COMPLETE COLLECTION including tapes, original copies of all text material and interviews conducted by Susan E. Dawson, see Special Coll. call number SdArch nos. 27-1 through 27-6
  • This paper records, in detail, the environmental history of James Madison University, beginning with its founding in 1908. Includes an history and descriptions of the campus gardens (rose, sculpture, arboretum), Black's Run stream, Newman Lake, and the CISAT campus. Current efforts to create and maintain an attractive environment are also mentioned
  • Supplemental documentation includes: an addendum by Chris Bolgiano, Nov. 2000; Centennial Commission recommendation on a proposed environmental learning campus, Elizabeth Ihle, spring 1999; and copies of various other documents from: R.C. Dingledine's "Madison College: the first 50 years, 1908-1958," two president's reports (1929-30), and an inventory of land owned by Madison College, 1955. Newspaper articles are from JMU's Montpelier, winter, 1981 and the Daily News Record, April 8, 1998, Nov. 14, 1998. Other documents include a pamphlet and other web-based information on the Edith J. Carrier Arboretum and maps of the JMU campus and landscape environs
Cataloging source
VMC
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
  • James Madison University sound archives
  • Burruss research grant in JMU history.
Series volume
no. 27-1.
Label
James Madison University : an environmental history, Part of an oral history project, Susan E. Dawson
Publication
Note
  • "A Burruss Research Project paid [for] by endowment funds."
  • STACK COPY: Text material only (background paper, interviews, and supplemental documentation). Call no. : LD3141.M56652 D39 2000
Accompanying material
5 interview transcriptions + supplemental documentation + 2 maps.
Arrangement
Research project paper, with supplemental documents (ca. 20 p.)
Bibliography note
Research paper includes bibliographical references and "oral history index."
Control code
63107578
Dimensions
29 cm. +
Extent
56 leaves
Governing access note
For use, see Special Collections Librarian

Library Locations

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