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Faculty Club Meets
In 1921 at the faculty club meeting, Dr. William Davidson presented a scholarly review of John Watson’s “Psychology From the Viewpoint of The Behaviorist”
Personality Prof Speaks on Topic at Church Sun.
In 1937, the same year the psychology department was found, Miss Bristol offered a ladies personality development course. The course allowed women to enter into the psychology department.
Bausch and Lomb Microscope
This is a early 20th century Bausch & Lomb Microscope
The Human Genome Project: Advances, Repercussions, & Challenges
This item is a brochure for the twentieth Brown Symposium, which took place in 1998 and focused on many aspects of the Human Genome Project.
Why Bother to Educate Women?
Manuscript detailing Dr. Ramey’s guest lecture at SU
The Germ Theory of Vaccination
A monthly journal publication written by the Alamo and San Jacinto literary societies. Contains an article detailing The Germ theory of Vaccination.
Lawrence Called Home by Death of His Father
The students father dies from complications
stemming from Spanish Influenza.
Surgeon General Blue Issues Advice on Influenza
The article describes various ways to combat the
Spanish influenza such as hand washing and avoiding
Women in Politics
Politics and how men should be the only ones in
politics and that woman's job is to cater to men and
shower them with affection
Where is Southwestern Headed?: Changes Will Realize Academic Goals
The president of the University recently announced some changes that would be taking effect soon on the school and this students is explaining what they are to the readers of the newspaper. It lists both the financial and educational goals of the…