Centenary College of Louisiana
Found in 114 Collections and/or Records:
William Winans Drake, Jr. papers
William Winans Drake letter
Letter from Centenary College of Louisiana student William Winans Drake to his father, Rev. Benjamin Michael Drake, who served on Centenary’s board of trustees. Also includes a postscript to his sister, Jane. Letter discusses upcoming meeting of Centenary’s trustees, activities of the college’s literary societies and French Society, student enrollment and attendance, and classroom assignments.
Winbourne Magruder Drake family papers
John Bennett Entrikin papers
John Bennett Entrikin papers include clippings, correspondence, photographs, and writings that primarily document his time as professor of chemistry at Centenary College of Louisiana (1929-1966).
Exhibition of the Junior Class program
Exhibition of the Junior Class program from Centenary College of Louisiana. Names on the program include Thomas P. Clinton, John C. Griffith, Charles M. Pilcher, S. L. Weathersby, J. B. Tarlton, Robert J. Perkins, J. Harvey Brigham, James E. Gibson, A. C. Herbert, T. Wilbur Compton, and K. A. Cross.
Friends of the Centenary College Library records
Friends of the Centenary College Library records include meeting minutes, correspondence, membership rosters, brochures, clippings, and financial records.
Thomas Cage Gordon clippings
Collection contains two photocopy facsimile newspaper clippings about Thomas Cage Gordon. One clipping is about Gordon delivering the baccalaureate address at Centenary College of Louisiana – “Address Delivered at Centenary College in 1893 by T. C. Gordon Seems Like Echo From The Past,” State-Times (Baton Rouge, La.), February 2, 1927. The other clipping is Gordon’s obituary -- “Prominent Citizen of City Answers Summons,” unidentified newspaper, 1927.
Joseph Lucius “Jake” Hanna, Jr. papers
George Lott Harrell correspondence
Collection consists of letters to George Lott Harrell, who was Professor of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at Centenary College of Louisiana. Correspondence relates to ordering Centenary College diplomas and course catalogs. Letter from Isaac D. Wall relates to female students receiving degrees.
John Thomas Heath speech
Manuscript photocopy facsimile of John Thomas Heath’s speech given in 1855 to the Alumni Association of Centenary College of Louisiana.