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Student Army Training Corps (SATC ) Scrapbook

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The Student Army Training Corps was designed to give young men an opportunity to get an education and serve their country at the same time by military training. Units were established in colleges of any size all over the United States. Section A, Student Army Training Corps (S.A.T.C.), at the State University in Missoula, Montana, was established on October 1, 1918 and ended on December 18, 1918.

The scrapbook of the Student Army Training Corps of the State University of Montana (now the University of Montana-Missoula) provides visual documentation of the university campus, Corps housing, officers, new arrivals, formal poses of Companies A, B, and C, the S.A.T.C band, classes held outdoors during the influenza epidemic, trench construction, bayonet drill, field work, and bridge building. The scrapbook is located in the Archives and Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula. Comments and questions regarding the exhibit can be sent to library.archives@umontana.edu

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A History of Campus Planning

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In 1893, when the University of Montana-Missoula was established, it owned no land or buildings. Today the campus has grown to over 120 acres. This exhibit illustrates the history of campus planning and expansion through photographs, maps, plans and articles. All materials are from Archives and Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula. Comments and questions regarding the exhibit can be sent to library.archives@umontana.edu

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University of Montana

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The first greek social organizations at the University of Montana-Missoula were founded over 100 years ago. Today The University of Montana-Missoula is home to six national recognized fraternities and four national recognized sororities. This exhibit features materials from The University of Montana-Missoula yearbook, The Sentinel; the student newspaper, the Kaimin; scrapbooks; and records from the Mansfield Library’s Archives and Special Collections. If you and/or your chapter are interested in donating your student life memorabilia or chapter records please contact Archives and Special Collections. Comments and questions regarding the exhibit can be sent to library.archives@umontana.edu

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