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The collection consists of Doub-Kerr's correspondence with Willa Cather, Chalmers Davidson, and Henry T. Lilly.
The collection consists of a certificate from Washington College (now Washington and Lee University) conferring upon Vinson the title of Distinguished Undergraduate. The certificate is dated 22 June 1871 and is signed by Robert E. Lee. Lee was president of Washington College until his death in 1870.
The collection consists of a transcript of his 1863-1865 diary, images of the diary, and a copy of the resolution of the Men's Bible Class of the First Presbyterian Church of Charlotte, NC. The original diary is in the manuscript collections of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The collection consists of his four Wildcat Handbooks for his years at Davidson. The handbooks have handwritten notes including information on his dormitory rooms, chapel seat and academic schedules. Other notes include football scores and yells.
Autobiographical memoir entitled "Memoirs of Billy: An Autobiography"
This collection consists of Stevenson's Inaugural Address as president of the Philanthropic Society in 1884.
The collection consists of a speech, "The Dignity and Power of Man." The speech was probably presented while Carter was a student at Davidson.