Davidson (N.C.) -- History
Found in 130 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of a letter to Miss Cornelia Shaw describing Davidson College in the 1880s.
The collection consists of letters written by McKeown to friends describing college life and student unrest. There are also typescripts of the letters.
The collection consists of two letters written by Munroe. The first written in 1869 while Munroe was a student describes Davidson College and the faculty. There is also a typescript of the letter. The second letter was written in 1917 to Miss Cornelia Shaw and gives his memories of college life.
Audio recording of the “Ada Jenkins and Beyond” program for the April 17, 2000 Common Ground meeting. Speakers offer their remembrances of the Ada Jenkins School. Speakers include Ruby Houston, Marjean Torrence, and Frances Houston Beale. The first speaker incorrectly notes that the date of the meeting was April 15, 2000.
Recorded at Common Ground meeting.
Audio recording of the “Voices from Davidson's Past” program for the May 18, 1998 Common Ground meeting. Speakers offer their remembrances of Davidson, NC. Speakers include Blanche Knox Parker, Robert M. Withers '48, and Ken Norton.
The collection consists of two letters written after the burning of the Old Chambers building. McGeachy lived in Old Chambers and the letters describe the fire and the conditions immediately after the fire.
Student paper on the Davidson Fire Department. The oral history interviews were used to construct the thesis of the paper.
The collection consists of runs, some incomplete, for 10 local papers. These papers have been digitized and are available on the Archives and Special Collections website.