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Charles Duncan McIver records, 1855-1906.

Author: Charles Duncan McIverEdwin Anderson AldermanS G AtkinsCharles B AycockKemp P BattleAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Picture   Visual material : English
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The Records of President Charles Duncan McIver contain personal papers from 1855-1906 related to his life as well as the offical records of the State Normal and Industrial School from 1891 to 1906. It contains accounting ledger books, biographical materials, correspondence, diaries, entrance exams, photographs, reports, scrapbooks, speeches, and student applications. Generally, the first 28 boxes are McIver's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Speeches
Photographs
Letters
Diaries
Scrapbooks
Named Person: Charles Duncan McIver; Lula Martin McIver
Material Type: Picture
Document Type: Archival Material, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Duncan McIver; Edwin Anderson Alderman; S G Atkins; Charles B Aycock; Kemp P Battle; Charlotte Hawkins Brown; Julian Shakespeare Carr; Hugh Gwyn Chatham; J L M Curry; James B Dudley; James Yadkin Joyner; Warren H Manning; Lula Martin McIver; Robert C Ogden; Walter Hines Page; George Foster Peabody; James E Shepherd; F P Venable; Booker T Washington; George Tayloe Winston
OCLC Number: 36651493
Description: 58.8 linear ft.
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The Records of President Charles Duncan McIver contain personal papers from 1855-1906 related to his life as well as the offical records of the State Normal and Industrial School from 1891 to 1906. It contains accounting ledger books, biographical materials, correspondence, diaries, entrance exams, photographs, reports, scrapbooks, speeches, and student applications. Generally, the first 28 boxes are McIver's private papers; the remaining boxes, official papers of the Office of the President of the College. Box 141 contains the papers of Mrs. McIver. The letters between Dr. and Mrs. McIver are in chronological order and cover a wide range of topics. Dr. McIver's early letters were written while he was away giving Teacher Institutes, teaching summer school, and speaking at various events. Later letters were written while he was appearing before the legislature in Raleigh, and attending meetings of the Southern Education Board and other organizations. The second group of papers (in chronological order) includes personal and business correspondence. The establishment of the State Normal and Industrial School can be followed in the 1890-1892 letters, especially those from Superintendent of Public Instruction, Major S.M. Finger. The letter notifying McIver that he had been chosen President of the school is in this group (June 13, 1891). The bulk of the McIver Papers (Boxes 29-141) is the papers that remained on the UNCG campus or the official papers of the Office of President of the State Normal and Industrial School (College). Boxes 1-28 were given to UNCG by Mrs. John Dickenson, daughter of Charles Duncan and Lula Martin McIver. The remaining boxes and volumes remained on the UNCG campus in various locations.

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