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Frank Arthur Barnes Collection

 Collection
Identifier: DC027
Scope and Contents The collection consists of two diaries and a ledger. The diaries date from January 1895 to December 1898 and from January to August 1899. The 1895-1898 diary describes his studies at Davidson College, social events in Davidson, his move to California, and his search for a teaching position. The diary contains references to books he was reading and to his involvement with Christian Education programs. The 1899 diary covers his teaching in Azusa, California and a trip from California to Davidson....

James Allan Notebook

 Collection
Identifier: DC0178s
Scope and Contents The collection consists of Allan's Biology notebook for 1909-1910.

John Edwin Purcell Notebook

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Identifier: DC0179s
Scope and Contents The collection consists of Purcell's chemistry notebook from 1906-1907.

Reynolds Bascomb Price Papers

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Identifier: DC0181s
Scope and Contents The collection consists of Price's student notebooks. The notebooks include Mathematics with an account ledger, 1841-1842 and a collection of poetry and quotations from 1843. There are three books belonging to Price: The Early History of the South by Lily Lambert; The Gentleman's New Pocket Farrier by Richard Mason; McGuffey's New Sixth Eclectic Reader. There is also a family letter describing his Philanthropic Society badge and the badge (A-548 - on display in archives reading room). See also...

Robert Lee Ryburn Notebooks

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Identifier: DC0175s
Scope and Contents The collection consists of Ryburn's student notebooks for English history and American literature.

Thomas Wilson Lingle Papers

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Identifier: DC0205s
Scope and Contents The collection consists of correspondence with Dr. George B. Watts on courses taught at Davidson (1926) and with L.M. Hoffman on college development (1916).

William Preston Bynum Collection

 Collection
Identifier: DC0177s
Scope and Contents The collection consists of notes taken by Bynum on lectures delivered by Professor P. J. Sparrow on Greek and Latin in 1838 and two tuition receipts. The 1838 receipt is signed by Robert Hall Morrison and the 1839 receipt is signed by Thomas.H. Robinson.