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    • 1936 Tusculana

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Sports
    • Yearbook
    • Letter to Rev. John S. Petty from Rev. John F. Spence, November 5, 1882

    • Petty, John S., 1838-1911; Spence, John F., 1828-1912; Methodist Episcopal Church. Holston Conference (Tenn.)--History; Tennessee Wesleyan College
    • In this letter Rev. Spence, who at the time when he wrote it was serving as president of East Tennessee Wesleyan University (now known as Tennessee Wesleyan College), describes the needs of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Athens, Tenn. He also...
    • A $100-a-plate luncheon; Christmas festivities; The Need for leadership.

    • Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) -- History.; Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) -- Fundraising.; Matthews, Robert O.; Messimer, Robert L. -- Mrs.; Moore, Jesse H.;
    • The article: "A $100-a-plate luncheon," discusses a fundraiser at the Detroit Athletic Club that funded scholarships, to which thirty prominent men and women subscribed to benefit Lincoln Memorial University. Dr. Robert Orville Matthews, president...
    • Students' banquet; Happy children; Dedicatory sermon; For country and the flag; Vesper services.

    • Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) -- History.; Hill, John Wesley -- 1863-1936.; Cooper, Myers Young, 1873- .; Johnson, LeRoy.; Kirby, John Henry -- 1860-1940.; Buffum, Vryling W.; Turner, B. Frank.; Ford, Thomas B.; Matthews, Robert...
    • The article: "Students' banquet," relates to the new community hall and gymnasium that were opened on December 20, [1924] at Lincoln Memorial University, with "more than five hundred students, teachers, workers and friends of the University"...
    • County teachers meet; In the beginning; Winter term activities; Timely article.

    • 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...
    • The article: "County teachers meet," relates to the Claiborne County teachers meeting held on January 17, [1925] at Lincoln Memorial University. According to the article, "with few exceptions, all the teachers had been students of this institution...
    • A National asset / [by] E. Theo Manning. News notes / [unknown].

    • Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) -- History.; Manning, E. Theo.; Snavely Charles.; Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) -- Department of Music.; Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) -- Grant-Lee Literary Society.;...
    • The article: "A national asset," looks at the rank of music and purpose of music in the curriculum and its value to the public. The article "News notes" features a regular term recital at the Conservatory of Music on the evening of December 13,...
    • A Cordial invitation; Recent responses.

    • Roads; Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.); Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) -- History.; Matthews, Robert O.
    • The article: "A Cordial invitation," relates to tourism along Dixie Route "A" in relation to the location of Lincoln Memorial University. The University received publicity through the publication of a "Mountain Herald" article in the "Appalachian...
    • A Gift with meaning; The Beautiful life / [unknown].

    • Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.); Hill, T. Russ.; Moot, Adelbert -- 1854- .; Leonard, Albert.; Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) -- Funds and scholarships.; Grannis, Frank C., Mrs.;
    • The article: "A Gift with a meaning," relates to a special gift contribution to Lincoln Memorial University by "the boys and girls graduating from the Lincoln School ... of New Rochelle, New York." The article: "The Beautiful life" relates to T....
    • Tusculana 1927

    • Student organizations; Student unions; Students; International students; Studying; Teachers; Teaching; Teaching; College presidents; College administrators; Universities & colleges;
    • 1927 Yearbook
    • Tusculana 1937

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Football; Football players;
    • Yearbook
    • The Tusculana 1923

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Football; Football players;
    • Yearbook
    • Tusculana 1927

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Football; Football players;
    • This yearbook belonged to Jewell Smith, class of 1930 (Mrs. Ralph Linfoot). There are many inscriptions contained within the yearbook that document Jewell's Freshman year at TC.
    • 1907 Holston Annual Conference of the M. E. Church, South

    • Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Holston Conference; Methodist Church -- Tennessee -- Johnson City; Munsey Memorial United Methodist Church (Johnson City, Tenn.)
    • Group photo of ministers and lay persons who attended the meeting of the Holston Annual Conference of the M. E. Church, South, at Munsey Memorial Methodist Church in Johnson City, Tenn.
    • Letter from Rev. John F. Spence to Rev. John S. Petty, June 11, 1883

    • Tennessee Wesleyan College; Methodist Episcopal Church. Holston Conference (Tenn.)--History; Petty, John S., 1838-1911; Spence, John F., 1828-1912
    • This letter is both a plea for Petty to pay his pledge as well as a report on the problems Spence is having with getting others to pay their pledges to East Tennessee Wesleyan University (Tennessee Wesleyan College)
    • Rev. John F. Spence letter to Rev. John S. Petty, December 5, 1883

    • Tennessee Wesleyan College; Petty, John S., 1838-1911; Spence, John F., 1828-1912; Methodist Episcopal Church. Holston Conference (Tenn.)--History
    • In this fourth letter to Rev. Petty, Spence reminds him of his obligation as a trustee of East Tennessee Wesleyan University and a Methodist minister, that it is imperative that he pay the amount he pledged. Spence described the dire financial...
    • Harrogate on the Dixie Highway / [unknown].

    • Cumberland Gap (Ky. and Va.) -- History.; Cumberland Gap (Tenn.) -- History.; Cumberland Mountains -- History.
    • An article from the "Mountain Herald," about the new areas and attractions opened up by the Route "A" Dixie Highway and the Boone Trail through the Cumberland Mountains. The natural attractions of Cumberland Gap, including the Pinnacle Mountain...
    • Happy new year; The American Glee club.

    • Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) -- History.;
    • The article: "Happy New Year," announces best wishes for the New Year by Lincoln Memorial University. The next feature is about the American Glee Club, an entertainment group traveling under the auspices of the Piedmont Bureau that had visited the...
    • The P.E. Alliot prizes; Basketball game.

    • Lincoln Memorial University (Harrogate, Tenn.) -- History.; Lincoln Memorial University. Agriculture Dept.; Grannis, Frank C.; Garrett, Rollin.; Morland, J. W.; Jones, W. I.; Saucier, W. A.; Murrelle, R. D.; Edging, S. N.; Kincaid, Robert L. --...
    • The article: "The P. E. Alliott prizes, " announces that Mr. P. E. Alliott, of New Jersey, a friend of the University was interested in the vocational agricultural program of Lincoln Memorial University. He sponsored two prizes for the best essays...

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