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University Archives: Grant-Lee Hall

Collection Information

Title: Grant-Lee Hall

Collection #: 2016.008


Extent: 1 Hollinger box (.4 linear feet)




Biographical Note:

Series Notes:

Location: B.1.5.1

Access Notes

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Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which Lincoln Memorial University assumes no responsibility.


Grant – Lee Renovations: Amendments to charter of LMU incorporation: 1897, 1964

Grant – Lee Renovations: Board of Trustees meeting, January 1978, June 1978, January 1979

Grant – Lee Renovations: By-Laws of LMU, November 5, 1977

Grant – Lee Renovations: Correspondences, December 1978, 1979

Grant – Lee Renovations: Construction Contact, October 12, 1978

Grant – Lee Renovations: Deed of Trust, March 1979

Grant – Lee Renovations: Legal requirements for closing,  December 1978

Grant – Lee Renovations: Loan agreement between LMU and US Dept. of HUD, November 1978

Grant – Lee Renovations: Legal documents, 1978-1979

Grant – Lee Renovations: Map of Campus from Warner A. Broughman III and Associates, 1977

Grant – Lee Renovations: Owner and architect form of agreement, November 21, 1977

Grant – Lee Hall: Estimate of Damage, 1950

Grant – Lee Hall: Donor’s Certificate, 1915


[Identification of Item], Grant-Lee Hall Papers, Archives and Special Collections, Lincoln Memorial University, TN, USA.

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