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The collection consists of Wharton's Inaugural Address as president of the Philanthropic Society in 1876.
The collection consists of a notebook, "My Credentials to Establish My Credibility and Competence," compiled by Cade. The notebook contains copies of Cade's resume and biographical information and copies of his correspondence with political figures.
The collection consists of correspondence, printed materials, and financial materials. The correspondence concerns Jetton's license as a Registered Pharmacist, invitations, and voter registration. The printed materials include a 1922 directory of Druggists in North Carolina, soft drink tickets, and a newsletter, "The Dixie Queen," issued by William Leslie Harvey in Iredell County. The financial materials are cancelled checks for 1903 to 1906.
The collection consists of a handwritten account of Smith's recollections of his student days. The account was written for Miss Cornelia Shaw in 1920.
The collection consists of Gamble's Senior Oration given at the Davidson College Commencement of 1923.
The collection consists of Milner's Representative Speech on "The Rhetorical Art" delivered July 16, 1868.
The collection consists of Henderson's Inaugural address as president of the Philanthropic Society in 1885.
The collection consists of a 1914-1915 Davidson College Student handbook with handwritten notes by W. Bonner Knox. The notes include scores for baseball and football games, his class schedule and some class notes.
The collection consists of Doub-Kerr's correspondence with Willa Cather, Chalmers Davidson, and Henry T. Lilly.