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The collection consists of 3 speeches: Caldwell's valedictory address to the Philanthropic Society, his graduation speech, "A Defense of Phrenology," and a speech made before the Society as an alumnus in 1843.
The collection consists of Chamber's graduation oration "The Teacher as the Hope of the Country" and a letter written in 1920 about the history of the college in relation to the Chambers family and the bequest of Maxwell Chambers to the college.
The collection consists of 2 speeches: Clark's Inaugural Address as president of the Philanthropic Society in 1884 and a speech awarded the Orator's Medal, "Industrial Progress of the South" (1885).
The collection consists of college compositions, and speeches, including English's valedictory address. The speeches and papers are on such topics as the Catholic Church, Bible history and happiness.