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The papers of O.C. Carmichael, 3rd Chancellor of Vanderbilt, are comprised of correspondence, his writings including addresses, articles, book manuscripts and institutional reports, and other materials relating to Oliver Carmichael’s long and distinguished career in teaching, university administration, and educational consulting.
The Landon Cabell Garland Papers (1830-1958) includes correspondence, diaries, speeches, sermons, a report to the Vanderbilt University Board of Trust, and personal and biographical materials. These are personal papers of Chancellor Garland and are not to be confused with his university papers. This collection is a small snapshot of Chancellor Garland's personal life, with the family correspondence providing the main interest.
This collection contains one receipt, housed in one file folder, for tuition in the Law School at Vanderbilt University in 1882.
This is a small collection (0.42 linear feet) in two half size Hollinger boxes consisting primarily of papers written by women students in a history class taught by Professor Barbara Weinstein in Fall 1981 called Women at Vanderbilt. Altogether there are 13 research papers. This collection also includes a course syllabus and selected readings for the class, as well as newspaper articles relevant to the topics studied.
- Education 5
- Family papers 2
- Vanderbilt University--Faculty 2
- Women in higher education 2
- Classes (Groups of students) 1
- Diaries 1
- Nashville University Women's Council 1
- Southeastern Women’s Studies Association 1
- Staff Women's Association 1
- Vanderbilt History 1
- Vanderbilt Professional Women 1
- Vanderbilt University 1
- Vanderbilt University--Alumni 1
- Vanderbilt University. Law School 1
- Vanderbilt Women's Center 1
- Vanderbilt Women's Faculty Organization 1
- Women's Concerns Exploration Group 1
- Women’s rights 1 + ∧ less
About this Site
This site contains collection guides, or finding aids, to the archival collections held by Vanderbilt University Special Collections and University Archives, the History of Medicine Collection, and the Scarritt Bennett Center. Finding aids describe the context, arrangement, and structure of archival materials, allowing users to identify and request materials relevant to their research.
Each finding aid contains a link to request materials from the collections. Collections can also be requested by emailing the repository directly through the library website. Each repository has its own location, hours, and contact information. Please consult the repository with questions about using the materials. Collections are non-circulating and must be used in the repository’s reading room. In many cases, the collections are stored off-site and require advance notice for retrieval.