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Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:

Albert Franklin Simpson Scrapbook

Identifier: DC0331s
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the scrapbook Simpson kept as a Davidson student. The scrapbook begins with quotes and comments from fellow students, Simpson's reflections on the faculty and classes he took. It also contains numerous candid photographs of college life, tickets and programs for college events, newspaper clippings for sports events, including coverage of races at the new Charlotte Speedway. It also contains a comic section on coeducation with Simpson using magazine cutouts and...
Dates: 1921 - 1925

Connor Women's Eating House. Records, 1991-1992

Identifier: RG12-37
Scope and Contents

The collection contains newspaper articles related to the founding of the group. Also, screen shots from their Bosom Buddies website.

Dates: 1991
Found in: College Archives

Dean of Admission and Financial Aid. Records, 1959-, 1959

Identifier: RG7-1-1
Scope and Contents The records consist of administrative files (RG 7/1) and publications (RG 7/2) of the Admission's Office. There are 2 subseries within the administrative files. Subseries 1 includes reports, self-study records, policy files, and correspondence. These files contain information on admission policies, athletics, minority student issues, the Love of Learning Program, and budgets. Subseries 2 includes records from the Admissions Trustee committee, faculty committees with responsibility for...
Dates: 1959

Development - Special Events. Administrative Files, 2017

Identifier: RG5-3-2a
Scope and Contents

The files consist primarily printed materials, especially invitations and programs. There are also some clippings and correspondence. Events documented include Campaign activities, Homecoming, Parents Weekend, Ne Ultra Society dinners, the 20th anniversary of women at Davidson, the opening of the Visual Arts Center, Board of Visitors meetings, the Speas Colloquium, the Bernard Society of Mathematics programs, and Institutional Advancement departmental activities.

Dates: 2017

Interview with Ann Hayes Browning '79, 2020 October 07

Identifier: OHI-0272
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Ann Hayes Browning. Ann Hayes Browning graduated from Davidson College in 1979. She was a History major, hall counselor, and member of Rusk Eating House. The interview was conducted by Eoin Mills and Michael (Mike) McClelland. Interviewers were in Davidson, NC as well as the narrator. Browning discussed her experiences of her classes, professors, social life, and reflections on Davidson College in general. The interview was conducted as part of an Associated...
Dates: 2020 October 07

Interview with Becca Stimson '77, 2020 October 09

Identifier: OHI-0273
Scope and Contents Becca Stimson graduated from Davidson College in 1977. She was a Chemistry major, a member of Emanon eating house and the basketball, field hockey and tennis teams. The interview was conducted by Katharine Cabot and Annabel Winters-McCabe. Interviewers were in Davidson, NC, and Alum was in Chattanooga, TN. Becca Stimson discussed her experiences of classes, residential life, being a student athlete and her life-long Davidson friendships. She referred to Former Davidson Presidents Sam Spencer...
Dates: 2020 October 09

Interview with Carol Connor Willingham '77, 2020 October 05

Identifier: OHI-0274
Scope and Contents In this interview, Carol Connor Willingham, class of 1977, discusses why she chose to attend Davidson College, her experiences with professors Charlie Ratliff (and his wife Mary Virginia Ratliff), Louise Nelson, Donald Kimmel, Jr., Robert Avinger, Jr. (and his wife Jane Avinger), and what it was like to attend Davidson College as part of the first class of freshman women. She comments on dating at Davidson, and reactions to her engagement to Ed Willingham, which occurred while she was a...
Dates: 2020 October 05

Interview with Dorothy "Cissi" Fulenwider Lyles '79, 2020 October 05

Identifier: OHI-0275
Scope and Contents Cissi Fulenwider Lyles graduated from Davidson College in ‘79, and at the time of the interview is working at the college as the manager of isolation and quarantine housing at the Davidson Guest House. She was a part of the third class of women to come to Davidson. She describes her decision to come to Davidson, experience as a woman and Davidson student including academics, daily life, friendships and the social scene on campus. She emphasized the positive impact Davidson has had on her...
Dates: 2020 October 05

Interview with Gardner Roller Ligo '73, 2020 October 13

Identifier: OHI-0271
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Gardner Roller Ligo. Gardner Roller Ligo was an exchange student from Mary Baldwin College (now Mary Baldwin University) during the 1971-1972 school year. During this interview, she discussed her academic and social experiences, the atmosphere on the Davidson College campus, and the friendships that she made. Through a number of telling stories, she recounted the discrimination and challenges that she and her fellow female students faced, as well as the rewarding...
Dates: 2020 October 13

Interview with Meg Boykin Kimmel '77, 2020 October 01

Identifier: OHI-0276
Scope and Contents Meg Kimmel came to Davidson with her husband who landed his first job as a psychology professor. During the interview Meg discusses what it was like being a part of the first coed graduating class of Davidson. Her unique experience includes interactions with both students and faculty as a wife of a professor and what it was like being both pregnant and a mom while going to school at Davidson. Meg’s experiences add a distinctive glimpse into the life of one of the original female students at...
Dates: 2020 October 01