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University Archives: H. Robinson Shipherd Papers

Collection Information

Title: H. Robinson Shipherd Papers

Collection #: 2016.014


Extent: .75 Hollinger box (.3 linear feet)




Biographical Note:

Series Notes:

Location: B.2.1.1

Access Notes

The University Archives & Special Collections of Lincoln Memorial University is located in the Carnegie-Vincent Library, on the 2nd Floor.  To schedule a research visit or to make inquiries, please contact Archivist Rachel Motes:

Sensitive Materials Policy

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.


Correspondence, April 29, 1930

Correspondence, May 1930

Correspondence, July 1930

Correspondence, August 1930

Correspondence, September 1930

Correspondence, October 1930

Correspondence, November 1930

Correspondence, September 1930

Correspondence, December 1930

Correspondence, 1931

Fine Art of Writing, 1926 (photocopy)

Manual and Models for College Composition Part 1, 1928 (photocopy)

Manual and Models for College Composition Part 2, 1928 (photocopy)

Christianity at Stake, 1948 (photocopy)


[Identification of Item], H. Robinson Shipherd, Archives and Special Collections, Lincoln Memorial University, TN, USA.

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