Clippings (information artifacts)
Found in 54 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Harry Hale, Jr. papers
Joseph Lucius “Jake” Hanna, Jr. papers
Rev. Martin Hebert scrapbook
Gilbert Lewis Hetherwick papers
Bettie Rea Fox Hollingsworth papers
Felicia Cornelius Honeycut papers
Jefferson United Methodist Church (Jefferson, La.) records
This collection documents the activities of the Jefferson United Methodist Church (Jefferson, La.). The collection includes membership records, printed items, clippings, photographs, scrapbooks, and a guest book. Three scrapbooks about the congregation include church histories, bulletins, photographs, clippings, programs, and directories. Another scrapbook (1977-1978) contains correspondence with the Leon and Vicki Reich, missionaries in Indonesia.
Della Upton Law papers
The Della Upton Law papers contain material about Centenary College of Louisiana (Jackson, La.). Law’s manuscript map and paper titled “And This Is How It Was In 1900-1905, Centenary College Of Louisiana, Jackson, Louisiana” describe the buildings and life on campus; both were created in 1981. Also included are newspaper clippings (1979-1981) about renovations and excavations at the Centenary College State Commemorative Area.