The University of Toledo Archives
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Alice Huebner Scrapbook, 1927 to 1956


Size: .25 linear feet

Provenance: Alice Huebner, Emerita Professor of English


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Condition: Poor

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Completed by: Janice Hackbush, November 1998

Historical/Biographical Sketch

Miss Alice Huebner graduated from St. Ursula Academy in 1927 with a musical certificate in piano. She went on to study English at the University of Toledo. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1939, graduating cum laude from the College of Education. She was awarded her Master’s Degree in 1944 with her thesis topic as “The Utopian Novels of H.G. Wells”. In September of 1944, the board approved her full time appointment as a faculty member. She remained a faculty member for 30 years teaching English (1942-1972).
Alice Huebner was very active both in the community and the university. She helped organize the Republican Young Voter’s League. Miss Huebner was involved in the Toledo Federation of Women’s Clubs, served as secretary of Ohio Delphians, and was a founding member of the Ohio Eta Chapter of Delta Theta Chi. She served as Director of Educational Programs of Delta Theta Chi in 1933 as well as secretary treasurer of the Honor Society in 1946-1948. She was also active with the sororities on campus. Miss Huebner was an advisor for Tau Delta Sigma, which is 1946 was incorporated into the national sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha. She was also quite talented at giving oral book reviews and was a highly sought after guest at many organizational meetings in the Toledo area as a result.

Miss Alice Huebner was designated professor emerita of English at the Universities December 1972 commencement. She was also named life member emerita of Phi Kappa Phi national scholastic Honor Society in January 1973.

Miss Huebner passed away on May 24, 1999.

Scope and Content Note

Scrapbook documenting personal and professional activites of Alice Huebner occurring primarily during her involvement with the University (1927-1956). Civil War materials, and Huebner-Toledo Brewer Materials were transferred to MSS-132.

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Scrapbook (1927-1956)



Last Updated: 7/1/19