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    Handwritten, typed, or word-processed documents from the University Archives-- neither printed nor published
  • Publications

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Recent Submissions

  • Traces: An Oral History of Lenoir-Rhyne College 

    Oral History Class of 1977 (Lenoir-Rhyne College); Adams, David M.; Bobak, Rodney John; Bright, Jeffrey A.; Gryder, William D.; Huff, Dr. Carolyn; James, Joanna; Miller, Billie J.; Miller, Donald A.; Partridge, Debby; Troutman, Barbra; Williams, Katha; Wray, JoAnne (1977)
    Excerpted from the Introduction: "This oral history study of Lenoir-Rhyne College’s past was the result of a number of fortunate circumstances. First, the History Department, after joining the North Carolina Institute of ...
  • A Statement of the History and Present Financial Conditions of the College 

    Cline, William Pinckney (1903-08-05)
    This is W.P. Cline's brief, hand-written, financial account of the beginnings of Highland/Lenoir College up to 1903 or so. It also includes a history of its predecessor, Highland Academy. The papers are in an archives ...
  • The History of the Founding of Lenoir College 

    Yoder, Robert Anderson (1907-11)
    This is a handwritten manuscript written by Robert Anderson Yoder, entitled "The History of the Founding of Lenoir College." R.A. Yoder is one of the four founders of Lenoir College and its first president (1891-1901). ...
  • Catalogue of Lenoir College, Hickory, North Carolina. 1891-1892. 

    Unknown author (1892)
    This college catalogue is one of the earliest--and possibly the very earliest--catalogue for what is now known as Lenoir-Rhyne University (founded 1891). It names the trustees, faculty, and students at "Lenoir College" and ...
  • Lenoir-Rhyne Bands: Ninety Years of Distinction 

    Michaels, Henry ([The Author], 2012)
    "Lenoir-Rhyne Bands" is a history of music programs at Lenoir-Rhyne University from the days of the first ensemble, the Oakview Orchestra (1907-1908), to the time of publication (2012). Source: Rudisill Library Special ...