dorothy westbay papers, 1934-1937

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dorothy westbay papers, 1934-1937
Indiana Historical Society - Manuscripts & Archives
DOROTHY WESTBAY
PAPERS, 1934-1937
Collection #
OMB 40
Table of Contents
User Information
Biographical Sketch
Scope and Content Note
Cataloguing Information
Processed by
Charles Latham
28 March 1991
USER INFORMATION
VOLUME OF COLLECTION: 1 oversize box
COLLECTION DATES: 1934-1937
PROVENANCE: Cara Jean Edwards, Indianapolis IN, 19 December 1990
RESTRICTIONS: None
COPYRIGHT: Held by Indiana Historical Society
ALTERNATE FORMATS: None
RELATED HOLDINGS: None
ACCESSION NUMBER: 91.0161
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
Dorothy Westbay (born ca. 1919) was the daughter of James H. and Buna Westbay. The family lived at 5230 East
North Street in Indianapolis, and James Westbay was an engineer on the CCCStL Railroad. Dorothy Westbay was a
student at Arsenal Technical High School during the years 1934-1937. She was interested in singing, sang occasional
church solos, and won a prize in singing at a musical contest held at Indiana University. She also took part in at least
one high school play.
Sources: Materials in collection
City Directory, 1935
SCOPE AND CONTENT
This collection consists of one scrapbook, containing clippings, programs, notes, and other memorabilia from the three
years, 1934-1937, when Dorothy Westbay was attending Tech. She seems to have been interested in almost all phases
of school life, particularly dramatics and music. The collection as a whole gives some idea of one female student's life
and interests.
One folder of loose items found in the scrapbook is included.
CATALOGUING INFORMATION
MAIN ENTRY: Westbay, Dorothy Lorraine
SUBJECT ENTRIES: Arsenal Technical School (Indianapolis, Ind.)
Scrapbooks--Indiana--Indianapolis
High school students--Indiana--Indianapolis
High schools--Indiana--Indianapolis
Women--Indiana--Indianapolis
Students--Indiana--Indianapolis
Music--Study and instruction--Indiana--Indianapolis
Indianapolis (Ind.)--Schools
END

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