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|Abstract||President of University of North Carolina, 1896-1900; president of Tulane University, 1900-1904; and president of University of Virginia, 1904-1931. Notebook kept by Alderman on Francis William Simonds's lectures on health and physiology at the University of North Carolina, 1880; a letter, 12 June 1887, from Grover Cleveland to Alderman regarding the North Carolina Teachers' Assembly; and two other items.|
|Creator||Alderman, Edwin Anderson, 1861-1931.|
|Curatorial Unit||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Historical Collection.|
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Letter, 12 June 1887, from Grover Cleveland to Edwin A. Alderman, regretting that he cannot be present at the convention of the North Carolina Teachers Assembly and praising its aims; a pass to admit E. A. Alderman and his wife to the Senate gallery, signed by Sen. Z. B. Vance, 22 August 1892; and a note from E. A. Alderman, president's office, The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, to W. S. Myers, Baltimore, Maryland, 18 June 1897.Back to Top
Papers, 1887-1897. Edwin A. Alderman's college manuscript notebook recording Prof. F. W. Simonds' lectures on physiology and hygiene during the 1880 spring session, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Philip H. Crawford received this volume from his grandmother when he was a boy (a letter to Phil Crawford, Jr. from his "Granny" is enclosed in the front of this notebook) and gave it to his law partner, Albert W. Cowper in 1951. #01869-z, Series: "Edwin Anderson Alderman Papers, 1880-1893." Folder 1
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