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Book 9 Feb - June 1926 Jan 1926

Book 9 Feb - June 1926

College of Law Library History

Eliza Lucy Ogden and Helen Turner continue to oversee the law library. Notable events: Reported case of German Measles; Judge Jones visited trying to win votes; debate on Prohibition; talk about moving law library to Tennessee Hall.


Book 8 Sept 1925 - Jan 1926 Jan 1926

Book 8 Sept 1925 - Jan 1926

College of Law Library History

Eliza Lucy Ogden and Helen Turner continue to oversee the law library. Notable events: School closed for the Tennessee Valley Fair; low library attendance due to the World Series; class canceled for Tennessee v. Vanderbilt football game; State Board of Education meeting in Ayres Hall.


Book 6 Jan 1924 - Jan 1925 Jan 1925

Book 6 Jan 1924 - Jan 1925

College of Law Library History

Eliza Lucy Ogden and Helen Turner continue to oversee the law library. Notable events: Educational Association meetings; Judges of the Tenn. Supreme Court visit on October 30, 1924.


Book 7 Feb - May 1925 Jan 1925

Book 7 Feb - May 1925

College of Law Library History

Eliza Lucy Ogden and Helen Turner continue to oversee the law library. Notable events: Trouble keeping order in the library; Tennessee Legislature Investigating Committee visits University of Tennessee.


Book 5 Sept - Jan 1924 Jan 1924

Book 5 Sept - Jan 1924

College of Law Library History

Eliza Lucy Ogden and Helen Turner continue to oversee the law library. Notable events: Division of State Fair September 27, 2012, Tennessee Supreme Court opening in Nashville.


Book 4 Jan - June 1923 Jan 1923

Book 4 Jan - June 1923

College of Law Library History

Eliza Lucy Ogden and Helen Turner continue to oversee the law library. Notable events: Smallpox breaks out at the University of Tennessee; Visit from the Russian Prince Grandson of former Prime Minister.


Book 3 Sept 1922 - Jan 1923 Jan 1923

Book 3 Sept 1922 - Jan 1923

College of Law Library History

Eliza Lucy Ogden and Helen Turner, whose father was the dean of the law school from 1915 to 1920, continue to oversee the law library. Notable events: Law classes are adjourned to hear Judge Jones speak in a Scott. County Case in Supreme Court on October 5, 1922; Law School visit from Judge Swayne.


Book 2 Jan - June 1922 Jan 1922

Book 2 Jan - June 1922

College of Law Library History

Eliza Lucy Ogden continues to oversee the library, with additional staff of Helen Turner, Laura Lutrell and Nellie Wiley. These librarians spent their days assisting patrons, binding books, record keeping, obtaining new material for the library and writing. Records indicate attendance, what students were studying and events in the community.


Book 1 Sept - Dec 1921 Jan 1921

Book 1 Sept - Dec 1921

College of Law Library History

The Law Library opens and librarians begin with September 21, 1921. Eliza Lucy Ogden was in charge of the library, one of the first two women to graduate from the University of Tennessee.


The Kingdom Of Afghanistan: A Historical Sketch, George Passman Tate Jan 1911

The Kingdom Of Afghanistan: A Historical Sketch, George Passman Tate

Books in English

An account of Afghanistan, the races, tribe and their relationship with their neighboring countries. The map of Afghanistan included in this book is intended as a key to the positions of the more important localities mentioned in the text and the country situation with its neighbors.


Women In The French Revolution, Edna Ethel Dawley Jan 1901

Women In The French Revolution, Edna Ethel Dawley

Student and Lippitt Prize essays

Beginning with a detailed history of the sparks that led to the Revolution in France (1789–1799), this essay gives French women praise by illustrating the specific types of women who assisted in the Revolution: the women of the mob, Charlotte Corday, Madame Roland, Madame de Stael, the Princess de Lamballe and Marie Antoinette.


The Industrial Evolution Of The United States, Howard Dexter Smith Jan 1901

The Industrial Evolution Of The United States, Howard Dexter Smith

Student and Lippitt Prize essays

A thesis which describes the evolution of industry in the United States, chronicling from 1789 to the following one hundred years.


The Value Of The Colonies To The Mother Country, Lenora Estelle Stillman Jan 1900

The Value Of The Colonies To The Mother Country, Lenora Estelle Stillman

Student and Lippitt Prize essays

A study of the relationship of a colony to its original country, focusing on the importance fair policies in Spain, England and France and questioning whether or not Europeans emigrating to U.S. colonies remain European citizens or can be considered representatives of their countries.


Home Life In Ancient Rome, Bertha Douglass Tucker Jan 1900

Home Life In Ancient Rome, Bertha Douglass Tucker

Student and Lippitt Prize essays

This essay documents the similarities between the Romans in 400 BC and Americans in the very early 20th century while also exploring the minor differences in material surroundings, social customs and religious practices.


Some Tendencies Of Militarism, Walter Clarke Phillips Jan 1899

Some Tendencies Of Militarism, Walter Clarke Phillips

Student and Lippitt Prize essays

Explores the ways in which the concept of militarism has changed due to "modern warfare" during the years preceding 1899.


Libraries Past And Present, Lillian Mabelle George Jan 1899

Libraries Past And Present, Lillian Mabelle George

Student and Lippitt Prize essays

This essay reviews the history of libraries, beginning with Ancient Egypt and Greece, and goes on to explore the changes that have occurred since over time, ending with nineteenth century libraries and librarians.


Public Highways, John Peter Case Jan 1898

Public Highways, John Peter Case

Student and Lippitt Prize essays

The history of public highway development throughout many of the world’s civilizations and a discussion concerning their overall importance, features and use.


With The Kurram Field Force, 1878-79, James Andrew Sutherland Colquhoun Jan 1881

With The Kurram Field Force, 1878-79, James Andrew Sutherland Colquhoun

Books in English

Description of the Kurram Valley--Preparations for the Campaign--Advance of the force from the Peiwar Kotal--The action of the Peiwar Kotal, and events to 1st January 1879--Expedition to the Khost Valley, and events in January 1879--Preparations for the advance to Cabul


Afghanistan: A Short Account Of Afghanistan, Its History, And Our Dealings With It , Philip Francis Walker Jan 1881

Afghanistan: A Short Account Of Afghanistan, Its History, And Our Dealings With It , Philip Francis Walker

Books in English

19th century history of Afghanistan and its foreign relations with Great Britain.


Survey Operations Of The Afghanistan Expedition: The Kurram Valley, Gerald Martin, Captain Jan 1879

Survey Operations Of The Afghanistan Expedition: The Kurram Valley, Gerald Martin, Captain

Books in English

A narrative report of the proceedings of the survey party attached to the Kurram Valley field force. Published in: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly record of geography; No. 10 (October 1879), p. 617-645


The Kabul Insurrection Of 1841-42, Vincent Eyre Dec 1878

The Kabul Insurrection Of 1841-42, Vincent Eyre

Books in English

Written by Major-General Sir Vincent Eyre, edited by Colonel G. B. Malleson.

Revised and corrected from Lieutenant Eyre's original manuscript. Previously published under title : The military operations at Cabul, which ended in the retreat and destruction of the British Army, January 1842.


History Of The Afghans , Joseph Pierre Ferrier, William Jesse Jan 1858

History Of The Afghans , Joseph Pierre Ferrier, William Jesse

Books in English

Translation from the original unpublished French manuscript by Captain William Jesse. History of Afghanistan.


Historical Collections Of The Indians In New England., Daniel Gookin Dec 1791

Historical Collections Of The Indians In New England., Daniel Gookin

Distinctive Collections (Miscellaneous)

An account of the Indians of New England by Daniel Gookin, a magistrate of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Published in 1792.