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Alfred William Douglass Diary

Identifier: MSS.0116
Overview This collection contains one handwritten, penciled, notebook which represents class notes taken by Alfred William Douglass while a student at University of Nashville, dated November 20, 1841. The notebook contains 118 numbered pages of history, theology, and poetry notes.
Dates: 1841

Alice Parr Collection

Identifier: MSS.0609
Scope and Contents This .21 linear feet collection is comprised of 22 photographs, in 13 file folders, taken between 1899 and 1902 of Alice Parr, her classmates, and a University of Nashville school building. The photographs are in alphabetical order where identified, otherwise grouped by date.
Dates: 1899 - 1902

William H. Payne Papers

Identifier: MSS.0326
Dates: multiple

James D. Porter Papers

Identifier: MSS.0341
Overview This collection contains one document.

This document was purchased in 1996 by Special Collections.
Dates: 1902

Minnie Elvie Sutcliff Collection

Identifier: MSS.0563
Dates: multiple

University of Nashville Diploma

Identifier: MSS.0979
Overview This collection contains a handwritten diploma from the University of Nashville presented to John Donelson in 1828.
Dates: 1828

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