Philippse, A. D.
Nashville (Tenn.) - Providing an analysis of Fisk University history, treatment of students, attitudes of teachers and the fund drive for a recent endowment. Suggests closer attention to admitted students and a more liberal policies for "students' personal affairs". Written by Fisk University Professor Alphonse D. Philippse. Note included with item: text marked in brackets was reprinted in the Fisk Herald, volume XXXIII,... more
1924 Dec. 26
Fisk University . Dean of Women
Nashville (Tenn.) - Copy of letter sent to parents of Fisk University parents concerning the dress code for women.
1924 Nov. 6
Nashville (Tenn.) - Concerning Streator's transfer of departments from chemistry to physics at Fisk University and help from President McKenzie. Also regarding student affairs. Written on stationery for George R. Calhoun, Optometrist.
1925 Feb. 10
Nashville (Tenn.) - Concerning dismissal of disorderly conduct charges against five students involved in an incident at Fisk University and agreement on behalf of the students not to attack the university. Notarized by Luetta McMurtry.
1924 June 30
Nashville (Tenn.) - Regarding the Fisk University campus and student enrollment. Mentions W. A. Lynk, Miss Butler, Charles Lewis, and the possibility of attending Columbia. Written on stationery from the office of George R. Calhoun, Optometrist.