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The collection consists of Ross' D Club certificate for 1935 to 1937. The D Club was an athletic honor association. Also part of the collection but housed separately are letters from his letter sweater and his freshman beanie.
The speeches include "The Fate of the Gifted" (1851) and his valedictory address (1853).
This collection contains eleven letters written from France during World War I by Charles Montgomery to Miss Cornelia "Cornie" Fore of Charlotte. The letters were written between June and September of 1918 (one undated).
The collection consists of Hodgin's Inaugural Address as president of the Philanthropic Society in 1893.
The collection consists of a scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, photographs and memorabilia. The clippings are primarily about Davidson College events including athletics, speakers, scholastic awards and faculty. The photographs are of individual students, ROTC groups, dormitory rooms and staff. Memorabilia include membership cards and tickets.
The files contain a letter from Mrs. Jane Harris Nierenberg, a medical ledger (1796-1807), and a typescript of portions of the ledger entries. The ledger entries include names, treatments and payment information. The typescript provides the names and dates for payment entries and occasionally comments about the payments.
Deed for plot of land on Concord Street in Davidson purchased by Charles L. Gray from the Davidson College Board of Trustees in 1904. Property located adjacent to that of Dr. W. J. Martin. Deed stipulates that premises not be used for sale of alcohol
The collection consists of a speech "The Hope of the Land" given by Douglass on June 30, 1871.
This collection consists of Wharton's Inaugural Address as president of the Philanthropic Society in 1890.