Duke Football Programs

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Duke vs. North Carolina State, 1983 Nov 10 dspfb154050010
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Duke vs. Camp LeJeune, 1943 Sep 18 dspfb031110010
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Duke vs. Pennsylvania, 1954 Sep 25 dspfb072110010
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Duke vs. Stanford, 1972 Sep 23 dspfb133510010
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Duke vs. North Carolina State, 1941 Nov 22 dspfb031010010
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Duke vs. Auburn, 1933 Nov 4 dspfb010310010

About the Digital Collection

The records of the Duke University Football Program in the University Archives include a large collection of game programs, which start in 1922. While the bulk of the programs are from home games, programs from selected away games as well as bowl games are also present. The digital version of this collection includes images of all program covers present in the collection. These covers depict the growth of the football program, how the game is viewed, as well as the evolution of the Blue Devil mascot. Caricatures of rival mascots, the rise of the Atlantic Coast Conference, and Duke football stars are also documented.

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Adopted by Bill and Ann Kirkland

Source Collection

This digital collection comprises selected materials from the following archival collection at Duke University Archives:

Football records 1922-[ongoing]

Collection #UA.13.02.0003 | 83 Linear Feet

The Sports Information Office provides information about Duke athletics to the media. They also facilitate press interviews with Duke athletes and coaches. The collection includes clippings, press releases, statistics, rosters, programs and press brochures/media guides about the football team at Duke University. The material ranges in date from 1922-ongoing.

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The preservation of the Duke University Libraries Digital Collections and the Duke Digital Repository programs are supported in part by the Lowell and Eileen Aptman Digital Preservation Fund