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Albert Allison James Papers

Identifier: DC0046s
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a handwritten copy of Jame's valedictory address (last speech before the Eumenean Society as president) and the response given by R.H. Johnston, James' diary kept from 5 April 1847 to 18 December 1847, with an addition 18 March 1848 and another update written in 1852, a photocopy and typescript of a speech delivered before the Eumenean Society at Davidson College in 1875 and a typescript of his 50th anniversary sermon given in July 1901. The diary was written...
Dates: 1847 - 1875

Charles Mobley Douglass Speech

Identifier: DC0024s
Scope and Contents

The collection consists of a speech "The Hope of the Land" given by Douglass on June 30, 1871.

Dates: 1871

Evelyn Harris Hamilton Speech

Identifier: DC0105s
Scope and Contents

This collection consists of Hamilton's Eumenean Valedictory address given at the Davidson College commencement in 1917.

Dates: 1917

Robert Octavious Patton Stewart Letters

Identifier: DC0087s
Scope and Contents

This collection consists of Stewart's "Response to Valedictory" speech given at the Davidson Commencement of 1842 and a letter written to William M. Reid soliciting funds for a building for the Eumenean Society.

Dates: 1842 - 1843

Robert Zenas Johnston Family Collection

Identifier: DC022
Scope and Contents The bulk of the collection concerns Robert Zenas Johnston (1834-1908) and includes school notebooks from Davidson College and Columbia Theological Seminary, student essays, correspondence, his sermons (1859-1907) and speeches, and a photocopy of his diary (1886-1908) as well as a small amount of financial and printed materials. There is also material on the estates of Rufus Johnston and Robert Caldwell, family correspondence, a copy of a scrapbook for James Davidson Johnston, (1915-1944),...
Dates: 1854 - 1963

Thomas Reese English Papers

Identifier: DC0026s
Scope and Contents

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.

Dates: 1867 - 1872