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Western Carolina Teachers College

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

A.C. Reynolds Papers, Add. #3

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Identifier: SM 10-23
Scope and Contents “The Constitution Jackson County Unit of the N.C.E.A.”Western Carolina College Graduate Progress SheetSchedule of Graduate Classes, Second Summer Term, 1955Western Carolina Teachers College, Commencement Program, May 25 and May 24, 1947 (Mary Reynolds Cowan, Bachelor of Arts)Eight Photographs: 1. A.C. Reynolds' children. Ruth Reynolds Tandy, Sallie Reynolds Wiebe, Elizabeth Reynolds Parker Mary Reynolds Cowan, and Margaret or Evelyn Reynolds. ...

John S. Seymour Collection

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Identifier: MSS 84-03
Scope and Contents John S. Seymour was an Associate Professor of Sociology at Western Carolina Teachers College (WCTC) (later Western Carolina University). Seymour was born in Charleston, SC, on April 5, 1893. He received his B.A. and M.A. degrees (1921, 1927) in social science and education from the University of South Carolina, and a second M.A. degree from Columbia University (1928). He also did advanced study at the George Peabody College for Teachers and the University of North Carolina....

Sarah Madison Collection

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Identifier: MSS 06-07
Content Description Materials concerning the Wike, Sutton, Madison, and allied families of western North Carolina; the history of Western Carolina University; and Jackson County, North Carolina history. Documents include, but are not limited to, sheet music, including items by Robert Frank Jarrett and World War I pieces, and music instruction materials or publications; copies of Western Carolina Teachers College May Day programs (1938 – 1940, 1950) and programs for other events (1944 – 1948 & n.d.); Davies...

Western Carolina Teachers College Receipts

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Identifier: SM 10-18
Scope and Contents The collection consists of two receipts from Western Carolina Teachers College for payment on fees, one dated December 3, 1945, and the other December 6, 1945, and also a receipt for “Lunches – four days per week, Mon. – Thurs.,” dated both December 3, 1945, and January 10, 1946.