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May Day Festival

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Collection number: UA-22-9
Scope and Contents May Day was a tradition that had been on campus since the school's inception in 1913. It lasted until the 1956, ending after Georgia State Womans College became Co-ed. There was a break in the mid-1940's caused by wartime austerity.  Modeled after the Old English May Day festival, every year featured a different theme, and a new May Queen and Court. Plays were held, and visitors came to view the festivities that always ended with a dance around the May Pole. As the years went on, MayDay...
Dates: Acquired: 2011-05-17; 1913 - 1956

Box 1

 Box — Box: 1
Collection number: Box 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: May Day was a tradition that had been on campus since the school's inception in 1913. It lasted until the 1956, ending after Georgia State Womans College became Co-ed. There was a break in the mid-1940's caused by wartime austerity.  Modeled after the Old English May Day festival, every year featured a different theme, and a new May Queen and Court. Plays were held, and visitors came to view the festivities that always ended with a dance around the May Pole. As the years went on, MayDay...
Dates: Acquired: 2011-05-17; 1913 - 1956

Misc. Copies of Images

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Collection number: Folder 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: May Day was a tradition that had been on campus since the school's inception in 1913. It lasted until the 1956, ending after Georgia State Womans College became Co-ed. There was a break in the mid-1940's caused by wartime austerity.  Modeled after the Old English May Day festival, every year featured a different theme, and a new May Queen and Court. Plays were held, and visitors came to view the festivities that always ended with a dance around the May Pole. As the years went on, MayDay...
Dates: Acquired: 2011-05-17; 1913 - 1956

May Day-Queens and Court

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 2
Collection number: Folder 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: May Day was a tradition that had been on campus since the school's inception in 1913. It lasted until the 1956, ending after Georgia State Womans College became Co-ed. There was a break in the mid-1940's caused by wartime austerity.  Modeled after the Old English May Day festival, every year featured a different theme, and a new May Queen and Court. Plays were held, and visitors came to view the festivities that always ended with a dance around the May Pole. As the years went on, MayDay...
Dates: Acquired: 2011-05-17; 1913 - 1956

Articles About May Day

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 3
Collection number: Folder 3
Scope and Contents From the Collection: May Day was a tradition that had been on campus since the school's inception in 1913. It lasted until the 1956, ending after Georgia State Womans College became Co-ed. There was a break in the mid-1940's caused by wartime austerity.  Modeled after the Old English May Day festival, every year featured a different theme, and a new May Queen and Court. Plays were held, and visitors came to view the festivities that always ended with a dance around the May Pole. As the years went on, MayDay...
Dates: Acquired: 2011-05-17; 1913 - 1956

Misc. Copies of Images and Articles

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 4
Collection number: Folder 4
Scope and Contents From the Collection: May Day was a tradition that had been on campus since the school's inception in 1913. It lasted until the 1956, ending after Georgia State Womans College became Co-ed. There was a break in the mid-1940's caused by wartime austerity.  Modeled after the Old English May Day festival, every year featured a different theme, and a new May Queen and Court. Plays were held, and visitors came to view the festivities that always ended with a dance around the May Pole. As the years went on, MayDay...
Dates: Acquired: 2011-05-17; 1913 - 1956

Copies of Articles

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 5
Collection number: Folder 5
Scope and Contents From the Collection: May Day was a tradition that had been on campus since the school's inception in 1913. It lasted until the 1956, ending after Georgia State Womans College became Co-ed. There was a break in the mid-1940's caused by wartime austerity.  Modeled after the Old English May Day festival, every year featured a different theme, and a new May Queen and Court. Plays were held, and visitors came to view the festivities that always ended with a dance around the May Pole. As the years went on, MayDay...
Dates: Acquired: 2011-05-17; 1913 - 1956

Misc. Copies of Images Mounted on Cardboard

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 6
Collection number: Folder 6
Scope and Contents From the Collection: May Day was a tradition that had been on campus since the school's inception in 1913. It lasted until the 1956, ending after Georgia State Womans College became Co-ed. There was a break in the mid-1940's caused by wartime austerity.  Modeled after the Old English May Day festival, every year featured a different theme, and a new May Queen and Court. Plays were held, and visitors came to view the festivities that always ended with a dance around the May Pole. As the years went on, MayDay...
Dates: Acquired: 2011-05-17; 1913 - 1956

Play Day Guest Book, 1930-1935

 Book — Box: 1, Book: 1
Collection number: Book 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: May Day was a tradition that had been on campus since the school's inception in 1913. It lasted until the 1956, ending after Georgia State Womans College became Co-ed. There was a break in the mid-1940's caused by wartime austerity.  Modeled after the Old English May Day festival, every year featured a different theme, and a new May Queen and Court. Plays were held, and visitors came to view the festivities that always ended with a dance around the May Pole. As the years went on, MayDay...
Dates: Created: 1930-1935