AddRan College -- Texas -- Thorp Spring
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MS - 224
Scope and Contents Correspondence of Addison Clark and the Clark family from 1867-1910. The first box contains strictly letters from Addison Clark and his wife Sallie McQuigg Clark. In this correspondence, there is mention of Addran College, Thorp Springs, and their children: Addison (Addie) Jr., Jessie May, Bessie Clark, and Carlton Clark. These letters detail Addison Clark's travels throughout the United States as he preaches and visits various churches. He also mentions the progress of AddRan College over time...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1867 - 1910
Identifier: MS 156
Scope and Contents Correspondence, manuscripts, legal documents, financial records, pamphlets, teaching materials, sermons, photographs, and artifacts document the life and work of Joseph Lynn Clark and the Clark family from 1751-1969. The first series, Race Relations, 1910-1967, contains correspondence related to the Texas Commission on Interracial Cooperation. Other material in the series includes pamphlets, book reviews, manuscripts, and assorted correspondence. The second and largest series, Clark Family...
Dates: 1751-1974; undated
Identifier: MS 121
Scope and Contents The collection is one folder of notes received from classmates. The notes are often invitations to social or religious events. They depict the active social life of a young college student at AddRan College in Thorp Spring in the late 1880s.