The Stewart W. McClelland Papers Finding Aid
3 Boxes – 173 folders total
Box 1: 64 folders; 1932-1941: Biographical papers and photographs
Box2: 59 folders; 1942-1976: Memos and letters
Box 3: 50 folders; undated; correspondence, photocopies, speeches, sermons, articles
Stewart w. McClelland was the 8th President of LMU. He arrived in August of 1932. He would be the one to bring balance back to the school, which was struggling financially and in the aftermath of a student strike. His path was very long and hard, however, in 1936, he succeeded in getting LMU admitted to the Southern Association as an accredited institute of higher education. This collection is comprised of 177 folders, containing biographical photographs, papers, undated correspondence, photocopies, speeches, sermons, and articles, contained in three boxes.
Compiled by Gretchen Bossert, Spring and Fall 2013
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.
[Identification of Item], Stewart W. McClelland Papers, Archives and Special Collections, Lincoln Memorial University, TN, USA.
Archival collections may be subject to copyright. The patron is responsible for clearing reproduction rights and for any infringement of United States copyright law. The University Archives retains the rights of reproduction, publication, and all commercial uses of these materials.
Reproductions without permission in any format are prohibited. Items from the University Archives may not be copied, scanned, resold, exhibited, or placed on deposit with any other institution or organization without prior approval.
Patrons wishing to commercially use, reproduce, or display items from the University Archives and Special Collections must first submit an Application for Permission to Publish, Broadcast, or Exhibit with appropriate usage fee(s).