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Caroline Gordon Papers

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Identifier: MSS.0175
Overview This .21 linear foot collection consists of three file folders. It includes one folder of outgoing correspondence from 1942, 1972, and 1973. In addition, the collection contains two of Gordon’s manuscripts: “Old Mrs. Llewellyn” and “The Olive Garden,” both of which are not dated.
Dates: 1942 - 1973

Hugh Davis Graham Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0543
Overview The Hugh Davis Graham is a small collection of two Hollinger boxes (.83 linear feet) the biggest part of which are his published articles. Also in the collection are notes, programs from conferences, newspaper clippings, research, and emails. Most of the content in the Hugh Davis Graham Collection relates to his interests in Civil Rights and Policy History, more specifically the Civil Rights Act and Affirmative Action.
Dates: 1987 - 2002

William J. Griffin Papers

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Identifier: MSS.0182
Scope and Content Note This collection is composed of one Hollinger box with thirteen folders contained within. The collection is primarily composed of research papers from Griffin’s peers in other universities, as well as research cards to said papers. Additionally, there is research on Peabody College by Griffin himself. Finally, correspondence to Griffin can also be found.
Dates: undated

Paul Hardacre Papers

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Identifier: MSS.0669
Scope and Contents The 14 cubic feet collection includes Paul Hardacre’s research materials, teaching materials, correspondence, maps, student papers and dissertations, grade books, and assorted news publications related to the Vanderbilt history department and historical associations. The materials in the collection reflect his specialization in British history. The collection also contains Paul Hardacre’s dissertation The Royalists during the Puritan Revolution, 1642-1660....
Dates: multiple

Tinsley Randolph Harrison, Sr. (1900-1978) biographical file

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Identifier: EBL-550
Abstract Biographical file includes several photographs, negatives, news and magazine clippings, recollections, academic papers, correspondence, Harrison papers collection inventory, convocation program, and other biographical information.
Dates: 1925 - 1993

Andrew and Mattie Haun Papers

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Identifier: MSS.0197
Scope and Content Note This small collection of two Hollinger boxes (.84 linear feet) contains correspondence and personal and biographical materials relating to Andrew Jacob Haun and Mattie Francis Oliver Haun, aunt and uncle of the southern writer Mildred E. Haun, whose papers are also held by Special Collections in the Vanderbilt University Library
Dates: multiple

Willis D. Hawley Papers

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Identifier: MSS.0578
Dates: multiple

Nicholas Hobbs Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0210
Dates: multiple

Nicholas Hobbs Papers - Classification Project

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0579
Dates: multiple

Sara Holroyd World War II and George Peabody College for Teachers Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0654
Scope and Content Note This small collection (.42 linear feet ) contains letters, programs, and newspaper clippings collected by Sara Holroyd, a 1946 graduate of George Peabody College for Teachers. (Peabody merged Vanderbilt University in 1979.). Ms. Holroyd was a student leader and a musician while at Peabody, and many of the programs feature her as a student musician. This collection also chronicles the end of WWII and activities at Peabody College during that time.
Dates: multiple

Doris Lyons Hoover Papers

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Identifier: MSS.0761
Scope and Content Note The papers are contained in five Hollinger boxes and measures 1.66 linear feet. They are comprised of personal correspondence, newspaper clippings and articles about Doris Hoover, a CD of hundreds of photos of her creative works, as well as copies of the books she wrote. Her personal correspondence includes letters and postcards from other well-known artists such as Bets Ramsey and Jean Ray Laury. Bets Ramsey is an award-winning quilter, lecturer, and author. She was the founder and director of...
Dates: multiple

R. D. Jamison Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0228
Overview This collection contains two letters from the Civil War era to "Camilla" and some school ephemera from the 1890s.
Dates: 1858 - 1896

Edith Lillian Jones Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0580
Scope and Contents This collection contains nine photographs and seven postcards.
Dates: 1898 - 1903

Rudolph Herman Kampeier (1898-1990) biographical file

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Identifier: EBL-613
Abstract Flie contains newspaper clippings, articles, photographs, C.V.
Dates: 1936 - 2004

James Hampton Kirkland Papers

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Identifier: MSS.0877
Scope and Content Note The Papers of James Hampton Kirkland, the second chancellor of Vanderbilt University, are composed of eighteen cubic feet of material that represent Kirkland’s life, particularly his tenure at Vanderbilt (Professor of Latin, 1886 - 1893, Chancellor, 1893 - 1937, Chancellor Emeritus 1937 - 1939). The collection is organized into these series: Correspondence, Writings, Personal and Biographical, Academic Career, Organizations/Institutions, Newspaper...
Dates: 1859 - 1939

Avery Leiserson Papers

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Identifier: MSS.0256
Scope and Content Note This collection is 3.34 linear feet, 8 Hollinger boxes which consist of correspondence, articles and book reviews by Avery Leiserson as well as materials relating to his academic career at the University of Chicago (1946 -1952) and at Vanderbilt University (1952 -1978). Other series in this collection include reprints, book reviews, magazine and newspaper articles written by others. The materials cover the years 1936 until his death in 2004.
Dates: 1936-2004

Louise LeQuire Papers

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Identifier: MSS.0887
Scope and Content Note The Louise LeQuire Papers are composed of 11.7 linear feet of research, writings, correspondence and photographs from her career as an artist, curator, writer and teacher. The dates of the collection range from the 1950s to the early 2000s and contain much of LeQuire’s own work as well as extensive research on notable artists of the time LeQuire was also a tireless advocate for individual artists in the Nashville community, and her collection reflects that interest through its...
Dates: 1950s-2000s

Louis Leroy (1874-1944) biographical file

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Identifier: EBL-1148
Abstract Dr. Louis Leroy was on the faculty of the Medical Department of Vanderbilt University as Professor of Pathology and Bacteriology from 1899-1905.
Dates: 1903 - 1944

Grant W. Liddle (1921-1989) biographical file

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Identifier: EBL-1182
Abstract Materials include photographs, newspaper clippings articles, C.V.
Dates: 1960 - 1990

John Berrien Lindsley Papers

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Identifier: EBL-0041
Abstract Small collection of correspondence that belonged to John Berrien Lindsley (1822-1897), author, educator and professor at the University of Nashville, whose greatest contribution was the advancement of public health, public education, and medical education in Tennessee and the South. The collection includes letters to J.B. Lindsely, his wife, and Louise Lindsley, from various sources; one letter by Dr. Lindsley; eulogy of Dr. Lindsley by D.C. Smith; manuscript on history of Nashville medicine....
Dates: 1860 - 1906

 

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