Title page of the book, "Baby's Delight." Published by E.P.
Dutton & Co., 31, West Twenty-third Street, New York, New
York. The inside cover of the book is inscribed, "Presented
to Mary Elizabeth Roberts (Old Patch) by the Welsh...
From the Lockmiller Scrapbook, this newspaper clipping
includes a photograph of Jackson Street, in 1939,
historical Athens, Tenn. The clipping comes from the 1939
Progress Edition of the Daily Post-Athenian.
An illustration on a page opposite the title page of "God's
two books: or plain facts about evolution, geology, and the
Bible" by George McCready Price. 1911, Published by the
Review and Herald Publishing Association, Washington,...
This is the cover of the book, "Baby's Delight." Published
by E.P. Dutton & Co., 31, West Twenty-third Street, New
York, New York. The inside cover of the book is inscribed,
"Presented to Mary Elizabeth Roberts (Old Patch) by...
Daniel Boone Post No. 125 (American Legion) -- (Claiborne County, Tenn.); Robertson family.; Robertson, James.
An article from the "Mountain Herald" about the installation of a monument at the grave of James Robertson, who was killed by the Indians in 1784, near the present town of Arthur, Tennessee. The dedication involved the Daniel Boone Post...
This series of six articles was prepared by the United Mine Workers of America, disclosing the attempt that is being made by the Red forces, under the direct supervision of Moscow, to seize control of the organized labor movement of America and use...
This is a continuation of the "Memorial to three teachers,"
a typewritten essay about three teachers at Tennessee
Wesleyan College: Miss Marietta Jane (Jennie) Roberts. (1863
(?) - 1929), Miss Flora Roberts (Mrs. E.C. Ferguson) (1856
Second page of the typewritten text of "Memorial to three
teachers, " a typewritten essay about three teachers at
Tennessee Wesleyan College: Miss Marietta Jane (Jennie)
Roberts. (1863 (?) - 1929), Miss Flora Roberts (Mrs. E.C.
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,...
Literature; Organizations; Tennessee Wesleyan College
This is a typewritten page, the minutes of the Tuesday,
August 17, 1926 meeting of the Halcyon Book Club. It
provides the organizational structure of the book club,
lists the officers and members. The page is signed by "