Davidson College (N.C.) -- Commencement ceremonies
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of a letter dated July 8, 1869. The letter, written to family members, describes her life and the Davidson College 1869 graduation.
This collection consists of McGirt's Respondent's Speech for the 1919 Davidson Commencement.
The speeches include "The Fate of the Gifted" (1851) and his valedictory address (1853).
This collection consists of Hamilton's Eumenean Valedictory address given at the Davidson College commencement in 1917.
This collection consists of Morrison's salutatory address for the Davidson College Commencement of 1916.
The collection consists of a manuscript copy and a typescript of Burke's valedictory speech.
This interview include information about Stuart's commencement address in 1960.
This collection consists of letters written by Smith to family and friends while a student at Davidson, a letter from J. R. Blake offering a position as tutor at Davidson and the manuscript of Smith's valedictory address. In his student letters, Smith describes his religious conversion and college life. There are also typescripts of some of the letters.
This collection consists of Thacker's "Respondent's Address" given before the Philanthropic Society in 1888 and his Inaugural Address as president of the Society in 1890.
The collection consists of two essays: "Literary Attractions of the Bible" and "Philosophy of the Ages," receipts and a fund-raising appeal for the Philanthropic Society (1847-1848), attendance and grade reports (1846-1847), and Davidson College commencement programs for 1848 and 1849.