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A collection of programs, newspapers, and documents for Kansas State Teachers College groups’ events and art exhibitions, primarily for Industrial Arts. Epsilon Pi Tau, founded in 1929, is an honors society for students studying industrial arts and technology. Kappa Pi International Art Honor Society was founded in 1911. Both of these institutions were active at Kansas State Teachers College in Pittsburg, Kansas (now Pittsburg State University). The college had an Industrial Education Club which partnered with the Art Department to hold art exhibitions at the school. Kansas State Teachers College also sponsored the Four-State Conference on Industrial Arts and Vocational Education and the Kansas Painters Exhibition which featured painters from Kansas and set up galleries in multiple places.

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.4 linear feet

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SpC MS 0241

Dickinson, Cecil, Collection, 1937-1956



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