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Pikeville Collegiate Institute

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Hanover College, 1888 - 1910

 File
Identifier: Folder 6
Scope and Contents

Contains letters, grades, and notes related to the search for a president of Hanover College in 1907/1908. James Record was applying for the position, but it went to William A. Millis, who was President of Hanover from 1908 to 1929.

Dates: 1888 - 1910

Pikeville College Records, Correspondence, Business and Personal, 1888 - 1913

 Record Group — Box 2017.23: [Barcode: 39371010318657]
Identifier: Group 1

Pikeville College Teachers, Early 1920s, circa 1920s

 Item
Identifier: E00007
Scope and Contents Identical to E00008. Front Row, left to right: Sarah Wilson from PA (Became Mrs. Collis P. Hudson, later Mrs. Melvin Voice of Florida); William McKinley Justice (taught 8th grade, also teachers who came in for normal school training); Ruth Greer, daughter of R.T. Greer, sister to Faye Sharpe, married Louis Crane; David Noble (came from Moody Bible Institute); Bess Craig from Grove City, PA (English and history teacher); Wendell "Maggie" Magee of Slippery Rock, PA (basketball...
Dates: circa 1920s

Pikeville College Teachers, Early 1920s, circa 1920s

 Item
Identifier: E00008
Scope and Contents Identical to E00007. Originally belonged to Alice J. Kinder. Front Row, left to right: Sarah Wilson from PA (Became Mrs. Collis P. Hudson, later Mrs. Melvin Voice of Florida); William McKinley Justice (taught 8th grade, also teachers who came in for normal school training); Ruth Greer, daughter of R.T. Greer, sister to Faye Sharpe, married Louis Crane; David Noble (came from Moody Bible Institute); Bess Craig from Grove City, PA (English and history teacher); Wendell "Maggie"...
Dates: circa 1920s

Pikeville College Teachers, Early 1920s

 Digital Image
Identifier: E00008
Dates: circa 1920s; Digitized: 2012-10-08

Simpson, 1905 - 1908

 File
Identifier: Folder 11
Scope and Contents

Contains letters and drawings from John Simpson with relation to the Pikeville Collegiate Institute and the Derriana.

Dates: 1905 - 1908