Found in 73 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains a single 6 page manuscript titled "Forty-Eight Hours at Vanderbilt" written by Charles Roos in 1985. The essay documents Roos's involvement in the 1960 James Lawson case at Vanderbilt. The '48 hours' document June 7-8, 1960.
This collection contains six essays that represent the final research projects from six undergraduate students enrolled in Honors 181: "The Theory and Practice of Inter-American Literature", Spring 2002.
This small collection consists of materials relating to the founding of the Vanderbilt Aid Society, or the Ladies Aid Society for the Students of Vanderbilt University as it was called at the beginning. The collection contains correspondence, brief historical notes about the Society by various people connected with it, and the records that have been kept concerning the Treasurers’ reports and the loan fund reports, as well as the minutes from the meetings, 1894 - 1950.
This collection of 2.5 linear feet comprising six boxes contains all materials and records that have been generated and kept by the Vanderbilt Garden Club and includes history essays, minutes, photographs, audio tapes of meetings, programs, a scrapbook, and other items.