A Guide to the

Lois Hogan Everett Papers, 1953-1955

SC 0045

Compiled by: Ellen Blackmon, October 2015

 

Descriptive Summary

 

Repository: Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University

Title: Lois Everett Papers, 1953-1955

Collection No.: SC 0045
Creator: Lois Hogan Everett

Extent: 1 legal folder; .08 cubic feet

Language: English

Abstract: The Lois Hogan Everett Papers, 1953-1955, contain a Madison College homecoming program, admissions publications, essay, and other event programs collected by Lois Hogan Everett during her time as a student at Madison College.

 

Administrative Information

 

Access Restrictions: Collection is open to research. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using this collection. Please contact Research Services staff before visiting the James Madison University Special Collections Library to use this collection.

Use Restrictions: The copyright interests in this collection have been transferred to the James Madison University Special Collections Library. For more information, contact the Special Collections Library Reference Desk (library-special@jmu.edu).

Preferred Citation: [identification of item], [box #, folder #], Lois Everett Papers, 1953-1955, SC 0045, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA.

Acquisition Information: This collection was donated to the James Madison University Alumni Association by Steve A. Everett, son of Lois Everett, and was subsequently transferred to the Special Collections Library.

Bio/Historical Note:

Lois Ann Hogan Everett lived in Lynchburg, Virginia before enrolling at Madison College in the fall of 1953. Everett transferred to East Carolina University in 1955. She graduated from East Carolina University in 1957 with a bachelor’s degree in primary education. During the second semester of her freshman year at Madison College, Everett was inducted into the German Dance Club and the Modern Dance Club.

Scope and Content:
The Lois Hogan Everett Papers, 1953-1955, contain a Madison College homecoming program, admissions publications, essay, and other event programs collected by Lois Hogan Everett during her time as a student at Madison College. The following items comprise the collection: a brochure entitled “Thinking of Going to College” (Vol. XII, No. 3) published by the Madison College Office of Admissions, a 1955 Homecoming program, a 1953 Madison College bulletin entitled “After High School What,” a program for the 1955 Madison College Graduate Program in Music Education at the Virginia Music Camp at Massanetta Springs, a printed slip of paper bearing the lyrics to the Madison College “Alma Mater” and “Blue-Stone Hill,” and a May 6, 1955 issue of The Breeze. A copy of Everett’s October 1953 essay entitled “My First Day at Madison,” which she wrote for her English class and received an A-, is included. In this essay, Everett recounts her initial apprehension about attending Madison College and how she was made to feel welcome and comfortable on campus.

Arrangement:
This collection is filed in one folder and chronologically when possible.

Location of Originals:
This collection contains a photocopy of a 1953 essay written by Lois Everett entitled “My First Day at Madison;” the original was retained by the donor.

Bibliography:
The Breeze, February 19, 1954. Harrisonburg (Va.): Madison College.

The Breeze, March 26, 1954. Harrisonburg (Va.): Madison College.

The Schoolma'am, 1954. Harrisonburg (Va.): Madison College.

Contents:

Folder Title Box : Folder
Lois Hogan Everett Papers, 1953-1955 1:1