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Scope and Contents The collection is organized in the following series: 1) Biographical information; 2) Correspondence; 3) Manuscript; 4) Notes; 5) Printed Material. The collection contains a very limited amount of biographical information. There is correspondence from 1894-1934, much of which discusses this Library of Southern Literature. There is also correspondence about his becoming the Roosevelt Professor, and a copy of a letter from President Roosevelt, There is a letter which is supposedly from the King of...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of two diaries and a ledger. The diaries date from January 1895 to December 1898 and from January to August 1899. The 1895-1898 diary describes his studies at Davidson College, social events in Davidson, his move to California, and his search for a teaching position. The diary contains references to books he was reading and to his involvement with Christian Education programs. The 1899 diary covers his teaching in Azusa, California and a trip from California to Davidson....
Scope and Contents The collection consists of biographical information, a personal ledger, selections from his personal library, and the flute he used as a Davidson College student. The biographical information includes an obituary, photocopies of information from the family Bible, and a typed copy of an address given by Johnston on "The Standard of Moral Character in Teachers." The ledger contains personal notes and the original handwritten copy of the speech. The books and flute are housed separately. The books...
- Subject: Teachers X