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Alice Cheatham Babcock papers

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Identifier: SCL-MS-12684
Scope and Contents Teacher and avid gardener, Alice Hudson Cheatham was born in Appomattox, Virginia on April 17, 1899, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cheatham. She attended Appomattox High School, graduating in 1915 and went on to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in 1919 from the Randolph-Macon Woman's College in Lynchburg, Virginia. She also married Havilah Babcock in 1919. During 1925 and 1926, she attended graduate course at the College of William and Mary, and completed her Master of Education at the University...
Dates: 1915-1970; Majority of material found within 1950-1970

Fred Howard Parker papers

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Identifier: SCL-MS-9375
Scope and Contents The papers of Fred Howard Parker (1899-1988) span the years 1881 through 1982. Included in the collection are correspondence; teaching materials and lecture notes from Chicora College, the University of South Carolina summer school, and Columbia College; administrative material for Columbia College Music Department; and programs from Parker's organ recital programs broadcast via WIS Radio. The collection also contains college class notes of Frederick L. Parker, Fred H. Parker, and Carolyn...
Dates: 1881 - 1982

Havilah Babcock papers

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Identifier: SCL-MS-3796
Scope and Contents Educator, author, and outdoorsman, Havilah Babcock was born on March 6, 1898 in Appomattox, Virginia, a son of H.C. and Blanche Moore Babcock. He married Alice Hudson Cheatham in 1919. They had one son, Hudson Homer Havilah. He received a Bachelor of Arts in 1918 and a Bachelor of Philosophy in 1919 from Elon College in North Carolina. His Master of Arts was from the University of Virginia. Babcock received his Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina in 1927. Prior to that he had served as...
Dates: 1920 - 1964; Majority of material found within 1940-1963

John Robert Doyle papers

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Identifier: SCL-MS-10677
Scope and Contents Ten linear feet reflect the interests, achievements, and commitments of this Citadel English professor who for more than thirty years was at the center of Charleston's cultural and academic life. His productive literary life is documented in thirty-five volumes which contain early notes, research materials, and critical essays on the poetry of Robert Frost, and drafts of his pioneering 1962 work The Poetry of Robert Frost; as well as various drafts of his tetralogy concerned with South African...
Dates: 1933 - 1986