Women's Sports Association Collection
Scope and Contents
This collection contains two items: a song book for a W.S.A. Banquet and a W.S.A. patch.
Biographical / Historical
The Women's Sports Association provided an opportunity for female college students to participate in sports and physical education. The organization began in 1927 as the Woman's Athletic Association. In the late 1930s the name changed to the Women's Sports Association, and in 1940 it became known as the Women's Recreational Association. The motto of the organization was "Spirit, Loyalty, and Sportsmanship." Over the years the association offered activities such as volleyball, badminton, tennis, basketball, field hockey, folk dancing, archery, and golf. Like many student clubs, the Association hosted banquets, dances, and other events.
.2 Linear Feet (2 folders)
Language of Materials
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Collection donated by R.E. Crone to Alumni Relations. Transferred to Special Collections in 2014.
- East Texas State Teachers College -- Women's Sports Association. Subject Source: Local sources
- Women's Sports Association Collection
- Josephine Rickman
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- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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