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Education -- Louisiana -- History

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Centenary College of Louisiana clipping

Identifier: SC-Cent. Misc. Mss. 313
Scope and Contents

Newspaper clipping facsimile of W. E. Boggs, “A Brief History of Centenary,” Shreveport Times (Shreveport, La.), March 20, 1904. Article provides history of the college and biographical details about notable alumni.

Dates: 1904

Centenary College of Louisiana clippings

Identifier: SC-Cent. Misc. Mss. 305
Scope and Contents Collection consists of three newspaper clippings about Centenary College (Brandon Springs, Miss.), Centenary College of Louisiana (Jackson, La.), and the Centenary State Commemorative Area (Jackson, La.). “Centenary College, Louisiana, Originally Located Six Miles East of Brandon; Started 1841,” Brandon News (Brandon, Miss.), September 21, 1944. Hal Ledet, “Old Centenary Campus Considered For State Park” Advocate (Baton Rouge, La.), June 22, 1980. Karen Didier, “Graffiti Part Of History,...
Dates: 1944 - 1982

Otto S. Varnado thesis excerpt

Identifier: SC-Cent. Misc. Mss. 260
Scope and Contents

Photocopy facsimile of an excerpt of Otto Stanley Varnado’s thesis, “A History of the Early Institutions of Higher Learning in Louisiana,” which was written for his master of arts degree at Louisiana State University. The excerpt contains a history of the College of Louisiana (Jackson, La.) and Centenary College of Louisiana (Jackson, La.).

Dates: 1927

Jim Woodward essay

Identifier: SC-Cent. Misc. Mss. 294
Scope and Contents

Jim Woodward’s essay, “A Brief History of Centenary College of Louisiana,” provides information about the College of Louisiana (Jackson, La.), Centenary College of Louisiana (Jackson, La.), and Centenary College of Louisiana (Shreveport, La.).

Dates: 1956