Lockmiller, David A. (David Alexander, 1906-2005)
David Alexander Lockmiller (1906-2005) was born in Athens, Tennessee. He earned a B.Ph. and M.A. from Emmory University, LL.C. from Cumberland University and a Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina. He practiced law in Missouri from 1929-1937 before taking a position as an instructyor of history and politcal science at the North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engingeering in 1934. He was elected as president of University of Chattanooga in 1942. He remained in that position until 1959, when he left to serve as president of Ohio Wesleyan University.
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Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Item — Object: 6
Scope and Contents The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Chancellor portraits series contains oil on canvas paintings of twelve of the presidents and chancellors of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and its predecessor institutions.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes a letter to the UC Class of 2049, a scrapbook documenting the university’s 70th anniversary celebration, and an autograph letter signed from President Nixon. The collection also includes four scrapbooks and many degrees and honors awarded to Dr. Lockmiller. Although primarily personal in nature, this collection contains many items related to the history of UC in the mid-twentieth century. Lockmiller’s personal papers illustrate UC connections with prominent persons ...