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|Title||County teachers meet; In the beginning; Winter term activities; Timely article.|
|Author||Mountain herald (Harrogate, Tenn.)|
|Description||The article: "County teachers meet" relates to the Claiborne County teachers meeting held on January 17,  at Lincoln Memorial University. According to the article, "with few exceptions, all the teachers had been students of this institution at some time or other. More than fifty rural teachers attended the meeting." The main program is discussed, as well as a luncheon at Norton Hall. The next article "In the beginning" is about James B. Snyder, editor and publisher of the LaFollette Press and the presentation that he delivered before members of the Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. in a joint session on January 18, . The article "Winter term activities" highlights the schedule of activities for the winter term of 1925. Next, the "Timely article" refers to an article by Miss E. Theo Manning that she wrote a few years before, when she was head of the Music Department of the University, entitled "Music as a National Asset." The next featured topic is about the Student Volunteer Band.|
Lincoln Memorial University. Department of Music -- History.
Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) -- History.
Lincoln Memorial University -- Faculty.
Manning, E. Theo.
Moore, Jesse H.
DeBusk, Perry E.
Hill, T. Russ.
Kincaid, Robert L. (Robert Lee) -- 1893-1960.
Claiborne County (Tenn.) -- Education.
Hopson, W. Sam.
Bolton, Essie .
Lincoln Memorial University. University Quartet.
Snyder, James B.
Young Women's Christian Organization (Lincoln Memorial University)
Lincoln Memorial University. Student Volunteer Band -- History.
|Holding Library||Lincoln Memorial University|
|Publisher||[Harrogate, Tenn. : Lincoln Memorial University Press]|
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|Note||1 article. (p. 13-14 ; 22 cm.) In Mountain herald / [published by] Lincoln Memorial University. Vol. 28, no. 2 (Feb. 1925)|
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