Education; Tennessee Wesleyan College; Students; Women
2 1/2" x 4" black and white photograph (now, sepia) of young women posing on the lawn of Ritter Hall, under the "big elm" tree. The photograph is in a scrapbook on a page with three other photographs. Written on the black page...
This page from a scrapbook has one 2 1/2" by 4" black and white (now, sepia) photograph of cabin, and another of a view of the mountains from the river. Written on the black page in white letters is, "In these two scenes a contrast...
Photographs; Musicians; Tennessee Wesleyan College
2 1/2" x 4" black and white photograph (now, sepia) of
Charles Wakefield Cadman, playing a musical instrument while
standing in front of the trees spoken of in the Nocatula
legend. On the back of the photograph is written,...
6 1/2" x 8 1/2" black and white photograph (now, sepia) of
12 men holding various tools. The men are unidentified.
Among the tools they are holding are saws, carpenter
squares, brushes, spirit level, masonry tools, and a hammer.
8" x 10" black and white photograph (now, sepia) of a
professor and students in a classroom on the second floor of
Townsend Hall. Front row, left to right: Wilma Headrick,
Lillian Clement, Elizabeth White. Second Row: Wade
Women; Military service; World War II; Tennessee Wesleyan College
3 1/2" x 5" black and white photograph (now, sepia) of five
women representing women in military service in World War II for Vocations Day at the college. They are standing in front of the "Old College" building.
World War II; Soldiers; Tennessee Wesleyan College
3" x 5" black and white photograph (now, sepia) of Sgt.
Robert L. Dew, a soldier in World War II, having his shoes shined by an "Arab" child [unknown]. On the back of the photo is written, " Robert sent a little Kodak...
6" x 9" black and white photograph (now, sepia) of musicians posing with their instruments. The fifteen musicians are unidentified. Among the instruments are various stringed instruments and a French horn.
Literature; Organizations; Tennessee Wesleyan College
6" x 9" black and white photograph (now, sepia) of the
members of the Sapphonian Literary Society standing at the
entry to the Tennessee Wesleyan College. The Old College
building is behind the group. The members of the Society
This picture once belonged to William M. Justice. It was given to the college by Alice J. Kinder. Ms. Spilman at various times taught math, bible, and biology at Pikeville College. Spilman Apartments was named in her honor.
A note included with the picture says, "CAN YOU IDENTIFY THIS MAN? This photo is in the possession of the Pike County Historical Society. The members do not know the identity of the gentleman. If anyone can identify him please call 432-XXXX...