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[List of Names of The Chanters]

Description: List of names of alumni members of McMurry University's Chanters, written by present (at the time) members. The names are displayed on hand-illustrated music staffs.
Date: November 20, 1936
Creator: McMurry University
Partner: McMurry University Library

[Constitution for the McMurry Chanters]

Description: Constitution for McMurry University's student choir, The Chanters, signed by the organization's officers. The document states the rules and terms of membership, and notably defines The Chanters as "two sections... the men's chorus and the women's chorus."
Date: unknown
Creator: McMurry University
Partner: McMurry University Library

[Constitution for the McMurry Chanters]

Description: Constitution (revised as of 1941) for the McMurry University's student choir, The Chanters, stating the rules and terms of membership for the organization. The final page has the officers' signatures.
Date: January 20, 1941
Creator: McMurry University
Partner: McMurry University Library

[Pamphlet for the Gypsy Ted Gallery]

Description: A pamphlet describing the history of the Gypsy Ted Gallery at McMurry University and providing a brief biography of its owner, Gypsy Ted. The late Gypsy Ted is described as a highly influential dean of fine arts for the University.
Date: unknown
Partner: McMurry University Library

[St. Paul Church Memorandum]

Description: Photocopied memorandum letter for the St. Paul Church, announcing that the church had received an inheritance from the late Gypsy Ted Sullivan Wylie, and commenting on her prior relationship with the church. A calendar of weekly events is displayed below the text.
Date: unknown
Creator: St. Paul Church
Partner: McMurry University Library

[Photograph of The Chanters]

Description: Photograph of (unknown order) Aileen Hardin, Beryl Talbot, Weldon Butler, Lucilee Grimes, Hazel Grubbs, Ted Longino, Droopy Phillips, Marian Marlin, and Sue Campbell, members of the McMurry University Chanters. The group is standing ankle deep in water, with brush behind them.
Date: 1940
Partner: McMurry University Library