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Catalog Number 2008.319
Object Name Bulletin
Scope & Content Charters and Historical Data from the University of Nashville. A Bulletin of Information including history about Davidson Academy, history about Cumberland College, alumni charters, pictures of campuses, and information about the University of Nashville (and its Medical Department) circa 1911.

Note: This Bulletin is another copy of the Bulletin categorized by Accession number 2008.292, except that notes have been added by Virginia Campbell Johns on December 5th, 1966. The three notes are as follows:

1. (On the Cover) "Compiled by Virginia C. Johns. Publication paid for by advertisements solicited by her. Yours truly, Virginia Campbell Johns. December 5, 1966."

2. (On the back of the Front Cover) "The information herin is absolutely accurate. Montgomery Bell Academy has inherited the tradition of:

Davidson Academy 1785-1806

Cumberland College 1806-1826

University of Nashville 1826-1966
Set up by Act of Tennessee Government, Chapter 47, "An Act to Amend the Laws Respecting Cumberland College," Signed William Brady, Speaker of the House of Representatives; R.C. Foster, Speaker of the Senate

Montgomery Bell Academy 1867-
Established by Will of Montgomery Bell to Trustees of University of Nashville

3. (on page 11 - with heading "Charter of the George Peabody College for Teachers") Montgomery Bell Academy has no legal connection with the present "George Peabody College for Teachers" set up Sept. 30, 1909 - Virginia C. Johns
Title University of Nashville Bulletin of Information
Collection MBA Archives
Date 1911, 1966
People Bell, Montgomery
Brady, William
Foster, R.C.
Johns, Virginia Campbell
Accession number 2008.319
Catalog date 2008-09-09
Lexicon category 10: Unclassifiable Artifacts
Classification Building & Grounds
Historic Sites
Search Terms Building & Grounds
Cumberland College
Davidson Academy
Historical figures
School Founding
University of Nashville
Lexicon sub-category Need to Classify
Subjects Founding
Historic buildings
Schools, Private