Davidson College (N.C.) -- Commencement ceremonies
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists a manuscript copy of J. H. Bryson's commencement sermon, "The Importance of Revealed Truth," given at Davidson College, June 25, 1876.
This collection consists of correspondence 1859-1861 and speeches. The correspondence includes letters written to Thompson from W. N. Dickey, Drury Lacy, and others. The speeches include a manuscript copy of an essay "Music" given in 1859 and a printed copy of Thompson's Valedictory Address given in 1860.
The collection consists of Seabrook's Latin Salutatory address.
The collection consists of Sherrill's Valedictory Address given in 1841 and a photocopy of his diary from September 1837 to January 1852. The diary begins on the first day of his second term at Davidson and covers his time at Davidson, his early career as a teacher, his time at Columbia Seminary, and the early years of his ministry. Much of the journal is personal reflections on the state of his faith but he also includes references to visits with friends, travel and church matters.
The collection consists of Gaddy's college notebook. The first entry indicates the notebook is intended to be record of his college experiences. A second note dated 1859 indicates that only a few speeches were ever added to the notebook. The speeches are on Cheap Literature, the Acquisition of Cuba, and Gaddy's valedictory address.
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.
The collection consists of classwork and speeches written by Wilson. The speeches include his Inaugural Address as president of the Philanthropic Society in 1848 and his graduation address.
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.
The collection consists of Gamble's Senior Oration given at the Davidson College Commencement of 1923.