Edith Royster Judd Papers - Accession 1427 - M702 (758)
Accession 1427 - M702 (758)
1915, 1918, 1934, 1944, ND
Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections
Edith Royster Judd (Mrs. Dr. Zebulon Vance Judd) (1874-1959) was an 1889 graduate of Winthrop Training School and was prominent in the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) and was the founder and first president of the Woman’s Club of Auburn, AL.
Scope and Content Note
The collection consists of framed memorabilia pertaining to the Daughters of the American Revolution belonging to Edith Royster Judd including a photograph, lock of hair, certificate of membership into DAR, program honoring Mrs. Judd as Vice-President General, and several pins denoting her service in the organization. Also included are a photograph, notes relating to Mrs. Judd’s DAR service, articles relating to her accomplishments, and a copy of the Primary Library List: For North Carolina Children produced by the Primary Teachers’ Association of North Carolina which contains a note stating, “Work Initiated by E. R.” Mrs. Judd’s Winthrop Diploma was transferred to Memorabilia, W415.2-2B-1, Item 3.
The Edith Royster Judd Papers were donated to the Archives in 1976 by Sidnah S. Partin, Regent, The Light Horse Harry Lee Chapter DAR.
For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.
Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Edith Royster Judd Papers - Accession 1427 - M702 (758)". Finding Aid 1072.
LC Subject Headings
Judd, Edith Royster--Archives; Winthrop Training School for Women--Alumni and alumnae; Daughters of the American Revolution; Daughters of the American Revolution--Membership; Elementary school libraries--North Carolina; Elementary school libraries--Book lists
Mrs. Judd’s Winthrop Diploma was transferred to Memorabilia, W415.2-2B-1, Item 3. Several items were placed in oversize.
Auburn University Special Collections and Archives has an Edith Royster Judd Collection, (RG 029).