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The College Organization for General Service (C.O.G.S.) at Duke University organized service activities for women on campus and supported local and national organizations during World War II. C.O.G.S. was active at the Duke University Woman's College from 1940 to 1949. The records of the College Organization for General Service include correspondence, minutes, curriculum guides, reports, clippings, financial records, printed materials, pamphlets, photographs, sheet music, memorabilia, and a scrapbook. The records also contain correspondence of Dean Mary Grace Wilson, faculty advisor to C.O.G.S. Major subjects include Duke University, the Woman's College, Dean Mary Grace Wilson, American Women's Voluntary Service, war training, war employment, female college students, service groups, education during World War II, and campus singing. English.

The collection contains correspondence, scrapbooks, minutes, reports, clippings, printed matter and curriculum guides pertaining to the College Organization for General Service, a student group at the Woman's College of Duke University. The scrapbooks include clippings, photographs, correspondence, pamphlets, and letters of thanks.

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George "Jelly" Leftwich scrapbook, 1925-1931 3 Linear Feet — 4 folders Items

George "Jelly" Leftwich joined Duke University in 1926 as conductor of the Duke University Club Orchestra. He is best remembered for having written the words and music to Duke's fight song, "The Blue and White." The scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, photos, programs, invitations, tickets, booklets, advertisements, posters, and memorabilia related to the Duke University music department, as well as George "Jelly" Leftwich's personal photos and documents. The items date from 1925 to 1931.

Four folders contain newspaper clippings, photos, programs, invitations, tickets, booklets, advertisements, posters, and memorabilia related to the Duke University music department, as well as George "Jelly" Leftwich's personal photos and documents. The items date from 1925 to 1931, the bulk of which is from Leftwich's time as conductor of Duke University Club Orchestra. The folders combined consist of approximately 120 pages.

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Men's Glee Club records, 1930-1969., 1930-1969 0.3 Linear Feet — 75 Items

The Duke University Men's Glee Club, a social singing group of undergraduate men, was organized in 1927 by J. Foster "Bishop" Barnes, Director of Social and Religious Activities at Duke University. Contains materials pertaining to the Duke University Men's Glee Club from 1930-1969.

Contains the records of the Men's Glee Club, a social singing group at Duke University, formed in 1927 by J. Foster Barnes. Types of materials include programs, performance schedules, broadcast announcements, a press book, and a pre-concert equipment checklist. Major subjects include Duke University students, male college students, choral societies, music performance, and popular songs and music. Materials range in date from 1930-1969.

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Contains the records of the Pitchforks of Duke University, a men's a cappella singing group. Types of materials include articles of incorporation, a constitution, certificates, correspondence, applications, press, flyers, clippings, photographs, rosters, and sound recordings. Major subjects include student life at Duke University, male college students, vocal performance groups, and student groups. English.

Contains articles of incorporation, a constitution, certificates, correspondence, applications, press, flyers, clippings, photographs, rosters, and sound recordings of the Pitchforks, a Duke University men's singing group. Records date from 1980-2008 (bulk 1980-1985).

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Robert Lee Durham papers, 1888-1946 0.4 Linear Feet — 400 Items

Robert Lee Durham was a star athlete who graduated from Trinity College in 1891. His collection contains correspondence, manuscripts of orations and songs, clippings and other printed materials.

Contains correspondence, manuscripts of orations and songs composed for Trinity events, photographs, clippings, materials relating to plans for Duke University, a proposal submitted to the Duke family for a school of agriculture and for the choice of "Yale blue" as the school color. Some of Durham's correspondents include B. N. Duke, W. W. "Cap" Card, W. P. Few, R. L. Flowers, J. C. Kilgo as well as members of the Trinity football team. Also contains an inscribed copy of O Duke, Alma Mater from 1933.

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Something Borrowed Something Blue is a co-ed Christian a cappella group at Duke University. The Something Borrowed Something Blue records include materials documenting the group's activities, beliefs, and music selection and performance. Also included are copies of several albums released by SBSB, and captures of the group's website from 2010-2012.

The Something Borrowed Something Blue records consist of materials related to the activities, performances, album recording and releases, and music selection of the a cappella group Something Borrowed Something Blue. Included in the collection are audition sheets, song licensing information, fundraising proposals, member comments, publicity photographs, and a number of copies of music selections, some with notes, for the group's performances, among other materials. Also included are several albums released by the group, including two from the Jesus Christ Power and Light Company and several from SBSB, and captures of the group's website from 2010-2012.

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The Songs and Cheers Reference Collection was compiled from a variety of sources by the University Archives for use in reference and research. It includes songs, cheers, and yells from Trinity College (Duke's predecessor) and Duke University as well as clippings and papers regarding copyright and the history of Duke's alma mater and fight song.