Contains 8 Results:
Vanderbilt Alumnus of 1928 about naming Buttrick Hall, architect's drawing and BOT resolution; 1928 Alumnus showing Buttrick under construction; picture of Buttrick Hall 1951 Alumnus; copies of picture in McGaw's Pictorial History; archival material from Agnes Scott about their Buttrick Hall with a picture and copy of dedication addressesE-mail from Rhodes at Agnes Scott about not having Buttrick's "What is education?" (Collins sent copy)
(especially Deany Wood)about Ahmic; citations for books about Ahmic; JHH notes on Cullen collection and Kelly collection at Hopkins; orrespondence from Ranice Crosby about Brodel and Ahmic Lake (CD with Brodel sketches inclueded).
Copy of Banner article, 1913; Cover letter prepared by Collins for bound copy of Kirkland's testimony in Chancery Court, 1912--volume housed in Eskind HC; copy of Supreme Court ruling in 1914 from Southwestern Reporter; BOT minutes 1907 with Chancellor's Report; BOT minutes 1910 with Chancellor's Report; Judge Harbison's cover letter in 1993 transmitting Supreme Court decision of 1914; copies from TN Archives of Tennessean with coverage in 1914 of decision.
Dates and amounts raised by Kirkland and predecessors with summary of donations from Vanderbilt's memo of donations. Notes on conflict with Methodist Church--note that Kirkland's testimony before Chancery Court is available in Eskind HC; timeline for James Kirkland;
Copies of Kirkland correspondence (located at Heard Library) with Flexner, Buttrick. Notes on Alec Stevenson file; otes on coverage of Semi-Centennial Celebrartion in Nashville Tennessean on Oct 15, 1925.
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