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The collection consists of letters written by Greenlee to his family discussing college life and a letter written to Greenlee from Charles Montgomery Payne, 1842-1900 (1863). In addition to the original letters, there are typescripts and a copy of the letter reporting Greenlee's death made by Mary M. Greenlee.
The collection consists of two letters from Morrow to his family about college life, a letter from M. Ramsey in 1853 and an unidentifed letter to Morrow with details about the Robert Hall Morrison family. There is an additional 1839 letter written by Morrow to his parents in DC0256s, Lyman J. Parrigin Collection.
The collection consists of letters written by McCombs to his brother about family matters and college life. The majority of the letters date from 1854 to 1856. There are four letters from the period 1870 to 1885. Several letters in 1855 discuss the student unrest at Davidson over student suspensions and the donation by Maxwell Chambers.
The collection consists of a letter written in 1854 from Crawford to his cousin, Miss Stinson, describing college life at Davidson.
The collection consists of 2 speeches; his inaugural address as president of the Philanthropic Society and a speech given to the society on the Catholic Church.
The collection consists of Murphy's Inaugural Address as president of the Philanthropic Society in 1878.
The collection consists of manuscript copies of speeches given by Belk in Philanthropic Society meetings and a photostat of a letter written as a student. The speeches include Valedictory and Farewell addresses to the Philanthropic Society, addresses on Female Education and British Poets, and a poem "Marry."
The collection consists of a fragment of a letter written to Hattie Thompson describing Kerr's experiences as a student and a poster of the McNeely-Kerr Homeplace with family information on it.