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The collection consists of Hill's Inaugural Address as president of the Philanthropic Society in 1888.
The collection consists of a debate speech, "Which contributes more to a man's happiness, Wealth or Literary Attainments," given in 1856.
The collection consists of correspondence and school work. The letters are from family and friends in Lenoir, North Carolina to Harper while he was a student at Davidson College. The school work includes 2 essays and 2 grade reports. There is also a typescript of Harper's diary for 1855-1856 in his Alumni file. It was copied from records in the manuscript collections at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
The collection consists of Brenizer's Inaugural Address as president of the Philanthropic Society in 1882.
This collection consists of Morrison's salutatory address for the Davidson College Commencement of 1916.
This collection consists Smith's Respondent Address delivered June 19, 1889 and his Inaugural Address as president of the Philanthropic Society in December of 1889.
The collection consists of a letter written to Miss Cornelia Shaw, librarian of Davidson College. The letter gives some family history and describes college life and the faculty in the 1860s. For the typescript of "The Chambers Family of Iredell County" by Henry Chambers, see the Farmville file in Chalmer Davidson's Plantation files (DC058).
The collection consists of manuscript copies of 4 letters and photocopies of 22 letters written by Fries (1874-1876) and speeches given to the Philanthropic Society as vice-president and president in 1877. The letters discuss college life and Davidson faculty. The location of the original letters for the photocopies in unknown.