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    • Tusculana 1931

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Football; Football players;
    • Yearbook
    • Campbell Mansion Artifacts; new parlor, 1990

    • Bethany (West Virginia); Domestic life; Entertaining; Guests; Historic buildings; Historic sites; Parlors; Wallpapers;
    • The guest wing or Strangers' Hall was completed in 1840, the year that Bethany College was chartered. It was built to accomodate an increasing number of prominent visitors to the home. Three of its walls are covered with original wallpaper, by...
    • Construction of McClarty-Goodson building

    • Universities & colleges; Education; Construction
    • This photograph shows a comic pose for the camera featuring Brevard College Chaplain, Reverend Edward Roy, and Dean, Reverend Grady Whicker. Dean Whicker points out the ongoing construction of the new classroom building, McClarty-Goodson. MG was...
    • 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...
    • Letter from Rev. John F. Spence to Rev. John S. Petty, June 11, 1884

    • Tennessee Wesleyan College; Petty, John S., 1838-1911; Spence, John F., 1828-1912; Methodist Episcopal Church. Holston Conference (Tenn.)--History
    • The is the last in the series of five letters that Spence sent to Petty regarding Spence's financial needs in relation to East Tennessee Wesleyan University. In this final letter Spence thanks Petty for paying his pledge, and he also tells him...
    • Munson House001

    • Home economics;
    • The Munson Home management House was completed with the support of the Nancy Hanks Club in 1941. It was remodeled under the direction of Mrs Earl Hobson Smith as the home of the Home Economics department.
    • Munson House002

    • Home economics;
    • The Munson Home management House was completed with the support of the Nancy Hanks Club in 1941. It was remodeled under the direction of Mrs Earl Hobson Smith as the home of the Home Economics department.
    • Munson House005

    • Home economics;
    • The Munson Home management House was completed with the support of the Nancy Hanks Club in 1941. It was remodeled under the direction of Mrs Earl Hobson Smith as the home of the Home Economics department.
    • Munson House007

    • Home economics;
    • The Munson Home management House was completed with the support of the Nancy Hanks Club in 1941. It was remodeled under the direction of Mrs Earl Hobson Smith as the home of the Home Economics department.
    • Munson House009

    • Home economics;
    • The Munson Home management House was completed with the support of the Nancy Hanks Club in 1941. It was remodeled under the direction of Mrs Earl Hobson Smith as the home of the Home Economics department.
    • Munson House008

    • Home economics;
    • The Munson Home management House was completed with the support of the Nancy Hanks Club in 1941. It was remodeled under the direction of Mrs Earl Hobson Smith as the home of the Home Economics department.
    • Munson House006

    • Home economics;
    • The Munson Home management House was completed with the support of the Nancy Hanks Club in 1941. It was remodeled under the direction of Mrs Earl Hobson Smith as the home of the Home Economics department.
    • Munson House004

    • Home economics;
    • The Munson Home management House was completed with the support of the Nancy Hanks Club in 1941. It was remodeled under the direction of Mrs Earl Hobson Smith as the home of the Home Economics department.
    • Munson House003

    • Home economics;
    • The Munson Home management House was completed with the support of the Nancy Hanks Club in 1941. It was remodeled under the direction of Mrs Earl Hobson Smith as the home of the Home Economics department.
    • The Old Regular Baptist

    • Religion; Religious events; newspapers
    • This is a newspaper printed by the Old Regular Baptists at Millstone, Kentucky. This is volume 2, whole number 20, number 8, and was printed in September 1925. It has letters, editorial, and obituaries.
    • Katherine Harmon

    • Women; Children; Awards
    • Katherine Harmon distributes awards to three boys who had completed "Kiddie Kollege". The boy in the middle is Benny Thompson. Katherine Harmon was a visiting lecturer in education from 1974 - 1978. She taught part-time in 1974 - 1975. She was also...
    • Tusculana 1924

    • Students; Teachers; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Fraternities & sororities; Clubs; Football; Football players;
    • This yearbook belonged to the TC library before coming to the archives.

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