George Peabody College for Teachers

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Successor: |a Vanderbilt University. |b George Peabody College for Teachers

Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:

T.S. Saunders Collection

 Collection — Folder 1: [Barcode: 30081048300697]
Identifier: MSS.0683

Contains a certificate from the University of Nashville granting T.S. Saunders a medical degree at the next commencement, an invitation to commencement, a Physician's Certificate, and a correspondence congratulating him on his becoming a doctor.

Dates: multiple

Sharon Shields Papers

Identifier: MSS.0909

This collection contains one manuscript, "Salary Arbitration in Professional Sports" by Robert Bruce Snow, HOD 2980.03 Readings & Research, Professor Sharon Shields.

Dates: circa 2010

Ovid Vickers Collection

Identifier: MSS.0478

Voices of Peabody

Identifier: MSS.0606
Scope and Content and History Note This Oral History Project was begun in the spring and summer of 2005 with the intention of making an archival record of diverse experiences of the Merger in 1979 of Vanderbilt University with George Peabody College for Teachers. This electronic archive and the transcriptions along with supporting materials include 27 interviews with faculty, staff, former students, and former Board Members both at Vanderbilt and Peabody and covers a range of questions including changes brought about at both...
Dates: multiple

Carolyn Whitaker Collection

Identifier: MSS.0671

This collection contains photographs and newspaper clippings from Carolyn Whitaker's time as a student at Peabody College between 1949-1953.

Dates: 1949 - 1953

Dick Whitworth Collection

Identifier: MSS.0776

Eva Jean Wrather Collection

Identifier: MSS.0530


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