Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
American Temperance University diplomas and publications, 1899-1902.
Blanche Hooten diploma from Southern Female College in Lagrange Georgia (in Latin (From the Hall-Stakely Papers)
Printed diploma (with blanks filled in) for Blanche Hooten, Southern Female College in Lagrange, Georgia (diploma written in Latin). DS Parchment 1 pc. with blue ribbon.
Photographs (many unidentified) and ephemera of the Dent Mitchell Family. Includes items related to Henry Minor Dent, Sr., Henry Minor Dent, Jr., Dorothy Mitchell Hale, Fannie Hale, and others. Yearbooks (1937, 1938, 1940) from Dobyns-Bennett High School (Kingsport Tenn.) Photographs and ephemera from University of Tennessee and Delta Tau Delta fraternity (1940s). Handwritten 1902 recipe book by Fannie Hale.
Diploma of Ella Hodges from Tennessee Normal College, Fountain City, 1904. Music Department.
Diploma of Fred Barthel Toomey, Columbia Military Academy, 1919.
Diploma of Lillian Bowman, Sweetwater High School, Monroe County, Tennessee, May 18, 1917.
Diploma of William G. Rose, University of Tennessee Knoxville, M.S. in Education, 26 August 1932.
Knoxville High School, diploma of Hannah Hylton, 1935
Margaret A. Sharp diploma from the Tennessee School for the Blind, High School Course of Study, no date. Signed by Edward H. East, President. 1 pc. Gift of Mary Lynn Gilmore. + photocopy of clipping “Blind Piano” Mrs. Maggie Graves (3 copies).
Medical diploma of Charles Meigs Cawood from Tulane University, 1889, + 1 page from an 1882 New York newspaper showing the Custom House in Knoxville.
Medical diploma of Charles Meigs Cawood from Tulane University, 1889 (located FL 09-24). The Daily Graphic newspaper, page 101 only: New York, 1882, showing Knoxville buildings including the Custom House (located FL 09-22). 2 items, gift of (Judge Houston Goddard?).
Diploma issued by State of Tennessee to public high school graduates. Contains engraving of the Tennessee State Capitol building in Nashville. Includes record of the eighteen credits taken to graduate. Diploma issued to Roy Isaac Gentry on April 27, 1920 at Gibbs High School of Knoxville. Contains seal of “Department of Public Instruction, State of Tennessee”