Walter Pharr Caldwell Speeches
Scope and Contents
The collection consists of 3 speeches: Caldwell's valedictory address to the Philanthropic Society, his graduation speech, "A Defense of Phrenology," and a speech made before the Society as an alumnus in 1843.
- 1841 - 1843
Biographical / Historical
Walter Pharr Caldwell was graduated in the Davidson College class of 1841. He also received an A.M. degree from Davidson. While a student, he was a member of the Philanthropic Society. After graduation, he taught school in North Carolina and South Carolina. He attended Judge Pearson's Law School and had a long and active career as a lawyer.
1 folders (1 folder)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Robert E. Caldwell Roane
Processed on Jul-94
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