Centenary College (Brandon Springs, Miss.)
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Joseph Henry Bowdon Sr. papers
This collection includes a speech given by Joseph Henry Bowdon Sr. at Centenary College of Louisiana’s Founders Day address in 1964. Titled “Sidelights on the History of Centenary College,” it contains details about the college during the 19th century as well as Bowdon’s ancestors connected to Centenary. The collection also includes correspondence dated 1965 between Bowdon and Hugh D. McCool about the location of Centenary College in Brandon Springs, Mississippi, during the 1840s.
Centenary College certificates
Collection consists of two certificates from Centenary College (Brandon Springs, Miss.). The certificates are regarding financial donations – one from Thomas J. Coffee in 1844 and one from Nancy Sessions in 1845. Both certificates indicate that scholarships will be named in honor of the donor.
Centenary College of Louisiana Board of Trustees records
Centenary College of Louisiana clippings
Collection of James B. Dodd materials
Winbourne Magruder Drake family papers
Jane Carr Chapman Thornton letter
Thomas Chapman Thornton correspondence
Correspondence concerns financial matters and building construction at Centenary College (Brandon Springs, Miss.). Includes one letter from Thomas Chapman Thornton to an unknown person and one letter from a Mr. Hunt to W. Robert Keyworth of Washington D. C.
William Winans family papers
- Correspondence 7
- Clippings (information artifacts) 3
- Speeches (documents) 2
- Certificates 1
- Education -- Louisiana -- History 1
- Genealogy 1
- Legal documents 1
- Minutes (administrative records) 1
- Slavery 1
- Slaves 1 ∧ less