No More "Blue Skies": Social Life, Politics and Finances on the Ursinus College Campus During the 1920s and 1930s
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This project focuses on the history of Ursinus College during the 1920s and the early 1930s; aimed at showing how the student body reacted and responded to the sudden shift from the exuberance and wealth that defined the Roaring Twenties to the extreme poverty and immense misery that came to define the Great Depression.
digital humanities, history, Ursinus College, 1920s, 1930s, Great Depression, Roaring Twenties, fundraising campaigns, social life, politics
Digital Humanities | Finance | Political History | Social History | United States History
Becker, Colleen; Cade, Harrison; Christoph, Carl; and Peiffer, William, "No More "Blue Skies": Social Life, Politics and Finances on the Ursinus College Campus During the 1920s and 1930s" (2017). Digital History Projects. 6.
Students involved in this project maintained blogs throughout the course of the semester. The following are links to the blog entries: