East Carolina Teachers Training School Student Government Association Minutes: 1914-1915

East Carolina Teachers Training School Student Government Association Minutes: 1914-1915
Handwritten minutes from the East Carolina Teachers Training School (ECTTS Student Government Association meetings dated March 27, 1914 to January 30, 1915. The minutes provide an image of college life at the time at ECTTS. Discussed in the minutes is the amount of time students can spend on extracurricular activities, stealing in the dorms, the possibility of getting ice water for the dorms, the privilege of going to the movie theater and church on Sunday evenings, limiting home visits, and going out at night, among other issues. ECTTS's first president, Robert Herring Wright served as the SGA's president and his influence on the board's decisions are noted. Also noted are the names of the student members of the association. ECTTS was founded in 1907 to train teachers, and during the period of covered in the minutes, only female students lived on campus.
March 27, 1914 - January 30, 1915
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administrative records
21cm x 35cm
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University Archives
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