Davidson College - Students
Subject Source: Fast
Found in 200 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection consists of 3 letters. Two of the letters were written in 1856 by Fleming to his uncle, J. Harvey Greenlee, and discuss college life. The third letter was written by A. M. Erwin to report Fleming's death. In addition to the manuscript letters, the collection contains typescripts of the letters.
Dates: 1856 - 1864
Scope and Contents The collection consists of Correspondence, 1930-1968, Literary materials 1834-1937, Humanities, 1962-1975, Printed Materials, 1920-1977. The correspondence is primarily from Davidson College president Walter Lingle about McGeachy's appointment to the college faculty. There is also a postcard to McGeachy from fellow professor Charles Eberhart The literary materials include McGeachy's valedictory address and papers written in graduate school. The Humanities materials include annotated syllabi,...
Dates: Existence: Majority of material found within 1920 - 1977
Scope and Contents The collection consists of research materials for an article on Morrison Hall written for the Davidson Journal. The article appeared in the Fall 1990 issue. Included in the collection are two versions of the article, photographs, correspondence, and research notes. The correspondence was primarily with Davidson classmates, James Herbert Batte, William Adams Flinn, Ross Gladdin, Reuben Arthur Torrey, Richard Orne Flinn. Additional materials from W. W. Telford have been added to the collection....
Dates: 1988 - 1990
Scope and Contents The collection consists of biographical information, a personal ledger, selections from his personal library, and the flute he used as a Davidson College student. The biographical information includes an obituary, photocopies of information from the family Bible, and a typed copy of an address given by Johnston on "The Standard of Moral Character in Teachers." The ledger contains personal notes and the original handwritten copy of the speech. The books and flute are housed separately. The books...
Scope and Contents The collection consists of 3 speeches presented to the Philanthropic Society and his Philanthropic Society and college diplomas. There are two manuscript copies of "The West - A Field for Enterprise" (1851), and one copy each of "Ex Parvis Magna Orientur (1852), and "Unaided Genius" (undated).
Dates: 1851 - 1852
Scope and Contents The collection consists of correspondence (1859-1930 and printed materials (1912-1928). The correspondence includes letters written while he was a student at Davidson and a letter written in 1930 describing his student days. The printed material includes an article written by Stringfellow on his student days and an article from the Charlotte Observer about Stringfellow.
Dates: 1858 - 1930