Centenary College of Louisiana
Found in 114 Collections and/or Records:
McCormick Memorial Tubercular Sanatorium clippings
Collection consists of digital facsimile printouts of newspaper clippings about the formation and opening of McCormick Memorial Tubercular Sanatorium at the former campus of Centenary College of Louisiana (Jackson, La.).
Robert Hunter McGimsey family papers
John McVea letter
John McVea's letter proposes to award a gold medal to a member of Centenary College of Louisiana’s sophomore class for the best examination on the history of England.
John McVea papers
Collection contains photocopy facsimiles of documents about John McVea. Includes an application for United States citizenship (1842), an oath of office for becoming a Louisiana judge (1859), and his last will and testament (1876).
Meadows Museum of Art records
The Meadows Museum of Art records primarily contain printed items, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and photographs. This material documents the origins and activities of the museum at Centenary College of Louisiana. Some of the collection’s pre-1975 material relates to art exhibits held in the college's library lobby.
Memory Lane audiocassettes
Memory Lane audiocassettes consist of tape recordings. Of the original KRMD radio station collection of recordings, the archives selected several tapes for permanent preservation because the interview was coherent and gave interesting information.
Joe Mickle papers
Joe Mickle papers consist of personal files including correspondence, speeches, photographs, and clippings.
Charles Copeland Miller correspondence
Collection consists of letters addressed to Charles Copeland Miller (1860-1935), who served as president of Centenary College of Louisiana (Jackson, La.) from 1903 to 1906. A. Turner’s letter (1906 October 22) concerns the move of the college to Shreveport, Louisiana. A. Timon’s letter (1906 October 22) discusses the tuition of student Bert Kouns. Centenary professor W. F. Moncreiff’s letter (1906 October 23) reports student demerits.
Miller family newspaper clippings
Newspaper clippings about members of the Miller family and their connections to Centenary College of Louisiana. Includes: John Copeland Miller obituary (1878), Almerin G. Miller obituary (1888), Charles Copeland Miller article (1931) and obituary (1935), Genevieve Miller article (1935).
Richard Almerin Miller examination
Richard Almerin Miller’s college algebra examination while enrolled as a student at Centenary College of Louisiana.