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The collection consists of color photocopies of pages from his college scrapbook. The pages have field day ribbons, athletic cards and programs and photographs, primarily of athletic events
The collection consists of copies from 3 bibles. The bibles are housed within the library's Rare Book Room. The copies include the title page from an 1846 New Testament presented to Samuel K. Pharr at Chimborazo hospital; family history pages from the Samuel King (Iredell County) family bible; family history pages and photographs from the D.W. and S. J. Flowe Bible. The family pages contains lists of births, deaths and marriages with the earliest entry being 1776 and the latest 1943.
The collection consists of Harrison's scrapbook, which includes an athletic certificate and a series of photos, and four oversize football photographs. The scrapbook photographs are mostly generic in nature, mostly pictures with friends in unidentified locations. The scrapbook does contain a few photographs of individuals wearing Davidson uniforms/apparel. The collection also contains four photographs of the Davidson College football team: 1926, 1927, 1930, and one undated photograph.
The collection consists of two letters written to Tate while he was a student at Davidson College. One is from his sister Susie, the other from a friend named "Jake."
The collection consists of a Philanthropic Society Representative's speech, "Public Spirit" given in 1876 and Harrell's Inaugural Address as president of the society in 1877.
This collection consists of a letter sent from Walter L. Lingle, President of Davidson College to Frank Simmons, Jr., regarding his job as the assistant of President Williamson. There is also a letter from Dean C.K. Brown encouraging Mr. Simmons to apply for a job at Emory University (Dean Brown included a description of the positions available at Emory
The collection consists of correspondence (1903-1920) and literary materials (1903-1912). The correspondence includes letters from family and Miss Cornelia Shaw as well as letters written by McDowell. The letters mostly discuss Davidson College history, including the Civil War period. The literary materials are copies of articles written by McDowell on Davidson College.