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This collection includes documents and information about the North Carolina Student Legislature (NCSL) and the Elon Delegation. The NCSL has students participate in the general assembly, and this provides students with a close-up practical education with the political and legislative processes. Also, the NCSL provides students a statewide forum to express their ideas about current issues concerning state and national leaders.
This collection was created from documents collected by planning committees for annual events. These papers help the university plan large events and coordinate faculty, staff and students.
This collection is comprised of a complete set of proofs and publications produced by the Office of University Communications between 1962 and 2011, with the bulk of publications produced between the 1990s and the early 2000s. The original order of the collection has been maintained. The collection is arranged alphabetically by the names of offices, organizations, or events for whom publications were produced and then chronologically within each office, organization, or event.
This collection consists mostly of ledgers for the chapel’s Sunday School classes, ranging from 1891 to 1952. There is a handful of other documents, including a note book with a list of members and their addresses, as well as other documents.
This collection includes documents related to the Phi Beta Kappa chapter at Elon University. Elon was elected into the Phi Beta Kappa Society in October of 2009 and Elon installed the Phi Beta Kappa chapter during Convocation for Honors on April 13, 2010. Items in this collection include (but not limited to): correspondences, meeting minutes, programs, invitations, applications, and reports. The collection is arranged chronologically and then alphabetically by type of material.
Phi Psi Cli was founded in 1913 and was created from several literary societies on Elon's campus.
This collection contains materials relating to the endowed Philip L. Carret Thomas Jefferson Essay Competition at Elon University. The essay competition was endowed in 1997 and was designed to have students reflect on the principles and ideals in Thomas Jefferson's life and career. The collection is arranged alphabetically and then chronologically by type of material. Please see the section below titled Detailed Description of the Collection for more information about what is included.
This collection is a compilation of papers from each of Elon's presidents, from President Smith to President Lambert. It includes papers that are relevant to the time in which each person held the presidency and the events around the college and the world. Many of them include correspondence from various people connected to the town of Elon or the college itself, and the business they conducted. The collection only includes a rough inventory of the collection.
The collection is comprised of print copies of press releases published by the Elon College/Elon University Public Information Office. These news releases include announcements of cultural events, appointments, gifts and endowments, buildings, faculty and staff news, student news, and stories about diverse aspects of life at the college.
The Project Pericles Collection is comprised of materials describing activities and events that have taken place within the Project Pericles program at Elon. The collection is arranged chronologically and then alphabetically by type of material.
The collection is arranged into three series: Coble Letters, Albright Letters, and Stigers Letters. The Coble and Albright series includes correspondences between relatives detailing their lives and surroundings in Alamance County, North Carolina and Clay County, Missouri. The Stigers series contains additional background information pertaining to the research that Ralph Ganis conducted for the book he wrote in 2007, Desperate measures: Jesse James and the Klan battles of Reconstruction.
This is a bound manuscript containing the typed transcriptions of records relating to the early history of the James O’Kelly Christian Church. They were compiled by W. E. MacClenny and presented to Elon College in May of 1912 to complete degree requirements.
This collection consists of photographs and documents related to the family of Reid Maynard (1896-1983), longtime Elon College trustee and benefactor. There are five ferrotype photographs of Maynard’s grandparents and father Walter Andrew Maynard, most likely from the 1860s. There are also three letters, two dated 1892 to Olivia Atwater, Reid Maynard’s mother, as well as a letter dated 1944 addressed to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Maynard, then living in the Town of Elon College.
The collection houses information pertaining to Residence Life at Elon University. This includes information about all of the dormitories that have ever existed on Elon's campus, including the current: Colonnades, Danieley, East, Global, and Historic Neighborhoods. Information about various Living Learning Communities (LLC's) around campus are also included.
This is a collection of sermons of the Reverend Walter C. Hook. Reverend Hook was a minister in the Christian Church and preached to both Christian and Methodist congregations in North Carolina and Virginia. This collection has sermons he delivered between 1920 and 1970.
This collection primarily contains photographs, magazines, newspapers, postcards, and other forms of printed material associated with World War II. There are some photographs specifically of R.P. Johnson, but the remaining photographs are of unidentified people and places. Much of the information found in the magazines, newspapers, and postcards discuss news and events that took place both in the United States and abroad during World War II, primarily written for American soldiers.
The Saddle Club collection houses a number of papers relating to the Alamance Saddle Club that was active throughout the 1940's, 1950's, and 1960's.
The collection is composed of information about various scholarships awarded to Elon students over the years. The collection is arranged alphabetically by the name of the scholarship.
This collection primarily includes institutional reports generated by the Teacher Education Program at Elon in order to receive accreditation from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. Additionally, there are reports and self-studies that were submitted to the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction for accreditation purposes. The reports in this collection begin in 1965 and continue until 2002. The collection is arranged chronologically.
- correspondence 24
- black-and-white photographs 10
- Elon (N.C.) 9
- color photographs 9
- Clergy. 8
- Education. Higher. 7
- Student activities. 7
- World War, 1939-1945. 7
- Alamance County (N.C.)--History. 6
- Christian education. 6
- newspaper clippings 6
- Education, Higher--United States. 5
- Sermons 4
- University and colleges--Graduate work. 4
- Alamance County (N.C.) 3
- Student Societies, etc. 3
- Undergraduates 3
- newsletters 3
- postcards 3
- African Americans--Civil rights--North Carolina 2 + ∧ less
- Elon College--History. 80
- Elon University--History. 75
- Elon University--Students. 20
- General Council of the Congregational Christian Churches of the United States--History. 17
- Elon College--Buildings. 16
- Elon University--Buildings. 16
- General Convention of the Christian Church--History. 16
- General Council of the Congregational and Christian Churches of the United States 16
- United Church of Christ--History. 16
- General Convention of the Christian Church 15
- United Church of Christ 15
- Elon College--Faculty. 13
- Elon College--Students. 13
- Elon University--Faculty. 12
- General Council of the Congregational Christian Churches of the United States 12
- Elon University--Presidents. 11
- Elon College--Cultural programs. 10
- Elon College--Presidents. 10
- Elon University--Cultural programs. 10
- United Church of Christ. Southern Conference 10 + ∧ less