Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SM 11-03
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a “Senior Class” diploma presented to Clarence H. Brooks by the Cullowhee Normal and Industrial School, and dated May 8, 1922. The diploma is signed by Robert L. Madison as President and W.E. Bird as Dean of the institution.
Identifier: SM 10-11
Scope and Contents Diploma from the Cullowhee State Normal School awarded to Maie [sic Marie] Thelma Roberts, on August 31, 1927, signed by H.T. Hunter, President of the Institution, and Reuben B. Robertson, Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
Identifier: MSS 16-04
Scope and Contents The collection consists of materials from Frank and Joan Brooks Plemmons time at Western Carolina College in the 1950s and some materials from the fifty year reunion of the Western Carolina class of 1958.There are two scrapbooks compiled by Joan Mildred Brooks entitled: “My Freshman Year at W.C.C., 1954-1955” and “1955-1956: Sophomore Year at WCC” respectively. The scrapbooks include report cards, photographs, programs, and newspaper clippings from Joan’s time at Western....
Dates: 1954 - 2008
Identifier: SM 85-14
Content Description The collection consists of four items pertaining to James Frederick Zachary: (1) a diploma from the Atlanta Southern Dental College conferring the degrees of Doctor of Dental Surgery (1919); (2) a license from the Board of Dental Examiners of Georgia (1919): (3) a license from the North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners (1919); and (4) a license from the State of Washington to practice dentistry (1931).
Dates: 1919 - 1931
Identifier: SM 82-01
Content Description The collection includes three of Robert L. Madison's diplomas; a handwritten history of the Art and Music Department of Western Carolina University; a typed history of the "Noble Nine," the original board of trustees of the institution; two poems by Madison; and two poems by a student about Madison.
Dates: 1885 - 1934
Identifier: MSS 80-06
Scope and Contents William Williams Stringfield (1837-1923) was born in Nashville, TN. He was the son of Thomas Stringfield, a minister and the editor of the Southwestern Christian Advocate. Thomas Stringfield served as a chaplain in Andrew Jackson's army. He eventually settled in Strawberry Plains, TN, where he founded and served as the first president of a small college. He died in 1858. It was at Strawberry Plains that William Williams Stringfield spent most of his youth.When the Civil War...
Dates: 1801 - 1968