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05/05. Department of Visual Arts

 Record Group Term
Identifier: 05/05
This subgroup consists of records created by or related to the Department of Visual Arts (DOVA). Art courses have been in the curriculum since Weber's beginning, except from 1924-1933 when the school transitioned from a high school to a junior college. Courses were taught again after the school was transferred from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to the state in 1933. One course was taught during Fall 1931 in the history and appreciation of painting and sculpture.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Fred S. Rabe papers

Identifier: 05-05---001
Scope and Content

This collection contains requisitions, purchase orders, student time sheets, memoranda and correspondences from Fred S. Rabe and from Photography Services at Weber State University.

Dates: Majority of material found in 1946-1979; Other: Date Acquired

Farrell R. Collett papers

Identifier: 05-05---002
Scope and Contents

Over ten linear feet of awards, brochures, correspondence, flyers, reproductions of illustrations, memorabilia, military papers, news clippings, periodicals, photographs, poems and stories are contained in MS 45. The material in this collection spans the career of one of Utah's best known artists and teachers whose illustrations and paintings depicting the wildlife of the Rocky Mountains and Great Basin regions have exemplified the unique beauty of Western America.

Dates: circa 1932-1996

Art Department records, 1936-2018

Identifier: 05-05---Unprocessed
Dates: 1936-2018

Susan Makov faculty papers, 1991-1997

Identifier: 05-05---Unprocessed2
Dates: Other: 1991-1997