Frances Louise Fourt Papers
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Photographs: Box 1
Frances Louise Fourt at YMCA camp, 1931
Scope and Contents
The Frances Louise Fourt papers include one scrapbook of photographs and clippings.
Frances Louise Fourt grew up in Fairfield, Iowa. She attended the State University of Iowa (1930-1935), where she was a member of Alpha Chi Omega, Phi Beta Kappa, Seals Club, YWCA, Morrison Club, and Women's Athletic Association Board. Ms. Fourt was one of 12 female students in her junior class named to the Mortar Board honorary society in spring 1933. While undergoing tuberculosis treatment at Oakdale Sanatorium for two years, she completed Extension Division correspondence courses and graduated with highest distinction on June 3, 1935, with a B.A. in Political Science. Frances Fourt died November 19, 1981.
[D. Anderson; 10/2007]
Box Contents List
Photographs, including YWCA camp at Lake Okoboji in Spirit Lake, Iowa, where Ms. Fourt was a life guard.
Records of Alpha Chi Omega, handbook for Currier Hall residents, and articles about students' activities.
November 15, 1930 homecoming button and season football tickets.