College students -- Tennessee -- Chattanooga
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box MS-117 001: 
Scope and Contents This collection contains University of Chattanooga yearbooks and a scrapbooks documenting Brashear's life as an undergraduate student from 1919 to 1923.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection covers his years at the University of Chattanooga, from 1932 to 1936. He emphasized French as a foreign language, which led to his career for the rest of his life. His papers give good examples of the type of work expected of students at the University of Chattanooga during those years, and he took courses from some of the leading faculty of the University: Edwin Lindsey, Maxwell Smith, Terrell Tatum, and Culver Smith. There is additional post UC material, including graduate...
Dates: circa 1932-1993
Scope and Contents This collection documents the activities of LeRoy A. Martin, president of the University of Chattanooga from 1959 through 1966. The dates of the files within this collection range from 1944-1969, though the bulk of the files relate to LeRoy A. Martin's years as the president of the University of Chattanooga. He employed an alphabetical filing system using alphabetical office files, combining a wide range of subjects. This collection contains office files, correspondence, reports, schedules,...
Dates: 1959 - 1966
Scope and Contents The Alpha Society records series consists of meeting minutes, membership records, correspondence, banquet programs, initiation rituals, constitution, financial records and other historical records of the Alpha Society spanning from 1918 up to 2018. The meeting minutes document the initiation process of new members, addresses delivered by various speakers, as well as the society’s upcoming plans and events. Some of the meeting minutes are from the annual banquets, while others are from the...
Scope and Contents This collection contains programs from commencement ceremonies ranging from 1887 to the present, with some gaps. During these ceremonies, candidates for graduation have their degrees formally conferred to them by the University. The content of these programs varies over the years, but generally includes lists of candidates for degrees, the order of service, lists of faculty marshals, and lists of students receiving other recognitions such as departmental honors, Alpha Society memberships, and...