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University Archives: Promotion / Publicity Papers

Collection Information

Title: Promotion / Publicity Papers

Collection #: 2016.038

Dates:

Extent:  6 Hollinger boxes (2.4 linear feet)

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Series Notes:

Location: C.1.1.1 - C.1.1.6

Access Notes

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Inventory

Box 1:

National Printer Journalist: 1897

Offset Reprint From The Interior, "East Tennessee": 1898

Lincoln University Herald, (Lincoln University, Penn.): 1899

Offset Reprint From New Haven [Conn] Evening Register, B.B. Herbert Comments: 1899

Booklet (signed Ginger F. Larry): ca. 1901

Newspaper Clipping (Carnegie Hall): 1901

Brochure and Handwritten Song on LMU: 1902-1903

Brochure: 1903-1904

Booklet: 1906-1907

Copies, Knoxville Sentinel: 1907

Donor's Certificates: 1907-1918, Undated

Words of Commendation: 1908

Card: 1908

Theodore Roosevelt Endorsement: 1908

William Howard Taft Endorsement: 1908

Booklet: ca. 1909

Card: ca. 1909

Notes, A National Memorial to Lincoln: ca. 1909

Lincoln Centennial Endowment Fund: 1909

Copies, New York Herald: 1909

Booklet: 1909-1910

Pamphlet (Medical College Included): ca. 1910

Copies, Knoxville Sentinel: 1910

Booklet: 1910-1911

Mountain Herald: 1911

Lincoln University Endowment Association: 1911-1912

Booklet: 1912-1913

A Russian Honeymoon Benefit Play for LMU, New York: 1913

Pamphlet, "How About This?": ca. 1915

Pamphlet, "Four Presidents": ca. 1915

Pamphlet, "The Memorial Lincoln Would Choose": ca. 1915

Booklet: ca. 1915

Pamphlet: ca. 1915

Booklet, the Schools of Lincoln Memorial University: ca. 1915

Pamphlet: ca. 1915

Booklet: ca. 1915

Booklet: ca. 1915

Booklet: 1915-1916

Booklet: 1916-1917

Pamphlet, "Items of Information": ca. 1916

Booklet, The Story of Lincoln Memorial University by John Wesley Hill: ca. 1917

Pamphlet, "Log Cabin Boys of Today": ca. 1917

Journal of Education re: Lincoln Symposium: 1917

Knoxville Journal (Lincoln Symposium): 1917

Newspaper Clippings (Photocopies) 20th Anniversary: 1917

Newspaper Clippings (20th Anniversary): 1917

National Magazine, "The Greatest Living Memorial to Lincoln" by Frank W. Ryan: 1917

"The Living Memorial to Lincoln": 1917

Pamphlet: 1918

Booklet: 1918-1919

Pamphlet: 1918-1919

Lincoln Opportunity: 1919

"Lincoln Memorial University, A Friendly College" by Frank Williams: ca. 1919

Booklet: ca. 1919

Booklet: 1919

 

Box 2:

Booklet: ca. 1920

Jenkin Lloyd Jones, Chair English Literature: 1920s

Card: ca. 1920

Pamphlet: ca. 1920

Student Recruitment: ca. 1920

Pamphlet: ca. 1920s

The Lookout: 1920

The Spirit of Lincoln (Movie Scenario): ca. 1920

Brochure: ca. 1920

The Story of Lincoln Memorial University: ca. 1920

Testimony: ca. 1920

Transcript, Promotional Copy: ca. 1920

Newspaper Advertisement: ca. 1920s

Pamphlet, "The Lincoln Opportunity": January 1920

Pamphlet, "The Lincoln Opportunity": February 1920

Pamphlet, "The Lincoln Opportunity": January 1921

Newspaper Clipping, Lincoln Day: 1922

Ida Tarbell Endorsement: 1922

Nancy Hanks Memorial Association: 1923

Pamphlet: 1924

Booklet: 1924

Pamphlet: 1924

Pamphlet, "The Lincoln Opportunity": 1924

Pamphlet, "The Lincoln Opportunity": May 1924

Lincoln Memorial University In A Nutshell: ca. 1925

Pamphlet, "The Lincoln Opportunity": 1925

Pamphlet, "Lives Made Useful": ca. 1925

Booklet, "The Lincoln Opportunity": 1925

John Hays Hammond: 1926

Booklet: 1927

Large Pamphlet: ca. 1928

Historical Facts of LMU: 1928

Pamphlet, "February 12": 1929

Pamphlet: 1929

Lincoln Loyalty League: 1929

 

Box 3:

Pamphlet, "Who Should Go to College?": ca. 1930

Gateway to Opportunity: ca. 1930

Pamphlet: ca. 1930

Large Pamphlet: ca. 1930

The Why and Wherefore: ca. 1930

Historical Sketch of Lincoln Memorial University: ca. 1930

Newspapers List: ca. 1930

Lists for Fundraising: ca. 1930

Pamphlet, "Going to College": ca. 1930

Lincoln Education Clubs of America: ca. 1930

Lincoln Associates of Lincoln Memorial University: ca. 1930

Booklet: ca. 1930

"The Library": ca. 1931

"Said Abraham Lincoln": 1931

Pamphlet, "Historical Sketch": 1931

Fragment, Promotional Copy: ca. 1931

Clipping, Knoxville Journal: February 12, 1932

Clipping, Knoxville, Journal: June 19, 1932

Lincoln Celebration: 1932

Claiborne Progress Article: 1932

Broadside, "Lincolnite America": 1932

Lincoln Inn: 1935

Press Releases: 1935

Blue and Grey: December 4, 1936

Newspaper Clipping, Lincoln Day Dinner, New York: 1937

Transcript, Promotional Copy re: Lincoln Collection: ca. 1937

Pamphlet, "Where Youth Finds Opportunity": ca. 1937

Pamphlet, "The Open Door to Patriotic Citizenship": ca. 1937

Pamphlet: ca. 1937

Pamphlet, "Education...The Lincoln Way": ca. 1937

Pamphlet, "Lincoln Ideals": ca. 1937

Pamphlet, "Forty Years": 1937

"For the Common People": 1937-1947

New York Concert: February 11, 1938

Blue and Gray Envelope: 1938

Lincoln Memorial University Concert: 1938

"History and Purpose": ca.1939

Knoxville News-Sentinel, (Hoover Commencement): June 5, 1939

Cosmopolitan, Correspondence: June 8, 1939

D.A.R. Magazine: October 1939

Paramount News Release (Hoover Commencement): 1939

 

Box 4

"Lincoln Victory Song" and "Lincoln Alma Mater": 1940

"Better to Get Wisdom than Gold": ca. 1940

LMU Seal: ca. 1940

The Window of Opportunity: ca. 1940

Sketches in Retrospection: ca. 1940

Lincoln Memorial University: ca. 1940

A Living Memorial to Abraham Lincoln: ca. 1940

LMU in the Heart of the Cumberlands: ca. 1940

"Authorities on Lincoln" by Stewart McClelland: ca. 1940

Pamphlet, "Their Works Do Follow Them": ca. 1940

Booklet: ca. 1940

Knoxville News-Sentinel (Lincoln Film Premiere): January 28, 1940

Advertisement for Cosmopolitan: ca. 1940

Eleanor DeVault, "Tennessee D.A.R. Approved Schools": ca. 1940

Christian Herald Advertisement: April 5, 1940

"This Is Abraham Lincoln": 1941

Lincoln Pilgrimage: 1940

"Pilgrimage to Lincoln's Shrine": ca. 1940

Collier's: November 1, 1941

Clipping: Chattanooga Times: August 20, 1942

Society of Friends of Lincoln Memorial University - Certificates: 1942-1943

Society of Friends of Lincoln Memorial University - Correspondence: 1942-1943

Society of Friends of Lincoln Memorial University: 1943

Newspaper Clipping Lincoln Day: February 12, 1943

The Lincolnite: Fall 1944

The Lincolnette: Winter 1944

Clipping: Atlanta Journal on Stewart McClelland: August 17, 1945

Lincoln's Thanksgiving Proclamation: 1945

The Lincolnette: Spring 1945

The Lincolnette: Fall 1945

The Lincolnette: Winter 1945

Clipping, "Front Views and Profiles" by June Provines: ca. 1946

The Lincolnette: Spring 1946

Pamphlet: ca. 1947

Pamphlet: ca. 1947

Pamphlet: ca. 1947

Pamphlet, "A College of Opportunity": ca. 1947

The Lincolnette: Spring-Summer, 1947

"Only Monument": 1947

The Lincolnette: 1947-1948

Pamphlet, "Graduate Survey": 1948

Women's City Club Bulletin, Grand Rapids, Michigan: February 1948

Bulletin: September 1948

Envelope, Paolo Statue: 1949

General Statement of History and Purpose: ca. 1949

"History of Lincoln Memorial University": ca. 1949

LMU Songs: ca. 1949

Pamphlets: ca. 1949

Reprint of Article in Jackson, MI Citizen-Patriot: 1924

Straight Duty Or...:ca. 1949

Clipping: 1949

"Suggested Case Book for Lincoln Memorial University: ca. 1949

Executive Associates of Lincoln Memorial University: 1949-1951

"What $261.74 Means": 1949

Road Rally: July 30, 1949

 

Box 5:

"Training Future Leaders for America": ca. 1950

"College of Opportunity for American Youth: ca. 1950

"Here is Opportunity for You": ca. 1950

"The Open Door": ca. 1950

"Scenario for Film About LMU": ca. 1950

Clippings, n.d.

Pamphlet, "College of Opportunity": ca. 1950

"Training Leaders for a Better World": ca. 1950

Pamphlet, "The Exponent": September 1950

"Deferment Plant Set Up for Students": 1951

Pamphlet, "Meet Charlie and Barbara": 1952

Bulletin: April 1952

Pamphlet, "The Exponent": September 1952

Pamphlet, "The Exponent": September 1953

Your Rights Under the Constitution: 1953-1955, 1966

Bulletin, September 1955

Bulletin, September 1956

LMU Dinner to Honor John Sherman Cooper: 1957

Pamphlet, "Keep Open the Doors to Opportunity": 1957

"A College In the Foothills of Tennessee": 1957

Newspaper Clipping (Photocopy), 60th Anniversary: February 13, 1957

Redbook Magazine: August 29, 1957

Blue and Gray: ca. 1958

Chicago Title and Trust, Topics (Story on LMU): June 1958

Bulletin: January 1959

 

Box 6:

Booklet: ca. 1960

Cumberland Gap and LMU: ca. 1960

Booklet: ca. 1960

A Sketch of Lincoln Memorial University: 1961

LMU Fact Sheet: 1963-1967

Newspaper Clipping: Middlesboro Daily News: August 19, 1965

 

 

Citation

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