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The collection consists of classwork and speeches written by Wilson. The speeches include his Inaugural Address as president of the Philanthropic Society in 1848 and his graduation address.
The collection consists of Johnston's Inaugural Address as president of the Philanthropic Society in 1896.
The collection consists of a letter written in 1842 to James Morrow. The letter discusses Morrow's decision to leave Davidson College and describes conditions at Davidson.
The collection consists of letters written by Hamilton to his brother. The letters describe student life at Davidson College in the 1830s.
The collection consists of a speech, "Front View of the Campus" written while Allison was a student at Davidson. Further material on Allison can be found on microfilm in the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina, Accession M-2855.
The collection consists of Maloney's Inaugural Address as president of the Philanthropic Society in 1871
The collection consists of a certificate from the Army Training Corps at Davidson College (1918), correspondence from F. L. Jackson and Davidson College president, William J. Martin (1921), minutes of the meeting of the Student Body of Davidson College, (1921), and an invitation to a cadet supper (1922). The correspondence from Martin and the minutes relate to the question of hazing.
The collection consists of a handwritten outline for McGehee's Inaugural Address in 1876.
The collection consists of correspondence and literary materials. The correspondence includes a letter from Louis T. Wilds, a Davidson College graduate of 1906 and former student of Thomas P. Harrison, Sr and letters of Harrison, Jr. to Mary Beaty. The literary material is an article by Harrison, Jr. about his childhood in Davidson.