Photocopy of an editorial from the Abilene Reporter News, section 4-A of the 1978-10-19 paper, discussing the passing and history of Gypsy Ted Sullivan Wylie. The photocopy has three duplicate images on the page.
Newspaper clipping describing the life and career of Gypsy Ted Sullivan Wylie (December 10, 1890-October 16, 1978). Wylie served as dean of the McMurry College Department of Fine Arts for more than 20 years and founded The Chanters.
Holiday card from McMurry College with the text "With every good wish for a Very Merry Christmas and A Joyful New Year, President and Mrs. Gordon R. Bennett" above a group portrait of The Chanters singing group. The front of the card says "Season's Greetings" and has small illustrations of bells, a candle, and ornaments.
Constitution for McMurry University's student choir, The Chanters, signed by the organization's officers. The document states the rules and terms of membership, and notably defines The Chanters as "two sections... the men's chorus and the women's chorus."
Poster for a McMurry College Chanters and String Ensemble concert. On the poster is a photograph of The Chanters, as well as photographs of the directors, Josephine Grisham Hall and Gypsy Ted Sullivan.
Program for the recital of pupils of Nancy Craig Lasley, as part of the McMurry College Department of Piano. The piano performers include Wilda Holmes, Gladys Lovelady, Eva Mae Manly, Barbara Browning, David Richey, and Marjorie and Bonibelle Lewis.
A pamphlet describing the history of the Gypsy Ted Gallery at McMurry University and providing a brief biography of its owner, Gypsy Ted. The late Gypsy Ted is described as a highly influential dean of fine arts for the University.