Inventory of the EUA069 Undergraduate Thesis Collection, 1913 - 1967 EUA069

Inventory of the EUA069 Undergraduate Thesis Collection, 1913 - 1967

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Repository: Elon University. Belk Library Archives and Special Collections
Creator: Elon Undergraduate Students
Title: EUA069 Undergraduate Thesis Collection, 1913 - 1967
Language of Material: Material in English
Location: The collection is located in the Carol Grotnes Belk Library Archives and Special Collections at Elon University. Please contact the Archives and Special Collections staff for further details about the location.
Abstract: The Undergraduate Thesis collection was compiled by the University Archives for use in reference and research. The collection consists of Elon undergraduate student theses that incorporate a variety of topics that relate to academic disciplines such as the arts and sciences, humanities, social sciences, and many other subjects that pertain to Elon University and the Town of Elon. The collection is arranged into eleven boxes, and within each box the theses are arranged alphabetically by students last name, first name. Please refer to the section below titled "Detailed Description of the Collection" for more information about what is included.
Extent: 11 linear feet, 11 archival boxes

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[Identification of item], EUA069 Undergraduate Thesis Collection, Belk Library Archives and Special Collections, Elon University, Elon, NC, USA.

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Unknown. Materials collected and assembled over many years to form collection.

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Processed by Lucy Burgess, November, 2011

Encoded by Katie Nash, December, 2011

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Historical Note

The Undergraduate Thesis collection was compiled by the University Archives for use in reference and research. The collection consists of Elon undergraduate student theses that incorporate a variety of topics that relate to academic disciplines such as the arts and sciences, humanities, social sciences, and many other subjects that pertain to Elon University and the Town of Elon. The collection is arranged into eleven boxes, and within each box the theses are arranged alphabetically by students last name, first name. The years included in this collection are 1913-1967.

Over the years, the undergraduate theses have also been referred to as orations, term papers, and senior essays. Any Elon student who was going to receive a Bachelor's degree had to complete a theses as one of the requirements for graduation. Most theses were completed during the senior year. The theses requirement was first mentioned in the 1896-1897 Bulletin of Elon College publication. It is listed as 'Commencement Orations' and states,"These must not contain more than 1,250 words. All subjects of orations and essays by students must be handed in not later than January 15th, and the orations and essays submitted by April 1st." In the 1897-1898 Bulletin of Elon College it is listed as 'Theses and Orations' and states, "Students in the Collegiate Department are required to prepare theses in English, Latin, Greek, and Scientific courses during each year and submit them to the Professor in charge of these respective departments. Orations are delivered by representatives from the Literary Societies at three different periods during the year. All students that graduate are required to prepare graduating theses or orations containing not more than 1,250 words. All subjects for commencement orations or theses must be selected by January 15, and the theses and orations must be submitted to a member of the Faculty by April 1st for examination." The statement of course changed over the years, and was finally listed in the 1969-1970 Bulletin of Elon College as 'Comprehensive Examination and Senior Essay.' The bulletin states, "A major department may require an essay in lieu of the comprehensive examination. In this case, the subject is submitted to the department no later than October 14 of the senior year, and the first draft is due no later than December 1. Three typewritten copies of this paper must be submitted to the reading committee on or before February 24, and the committee must conduct an oral examination on the paper no later than March 1. The examination does not exceed one hour."

Theses were not re-introduced at Elon until 2007, when the Honors Program began requiring Honors students to complete an Honors Thesis. According to the Honors Program website (, the thesis is described as such, "The honors thesis provides honors students the unique opportunity to engage in a high quality study of a carefully defined question or problem over the course of 1.5 to 2 years. Based in research, this problem may be critical, experimental, applied, or creative in nature, and should represent an effort to make an original contribution to the field. In an honors thesis, students work with a faculty mentor to explore a topic in their major area of study. In all cases, the honors thesis is a substantial project that goes beyond normal requirements of the major and represents the student's best work in their discipline. Each thesis will demonstrate clear critical thinking, a mastery of disciplinary material, clarity in communication of complex ideas, and professionalism in production. Students work with both the Honors Program and their major department as they prepare for the project. The Honors Program holds a mandatory meeting for second-year students to make sure they understand what is expected and can plan accordingly. During the third year, the thesis workshop prepares students to write a successful thesis proposal that is approved by the Honors Advisory Committee. In the senior year, Honors Fellows present their work-in-progress, and in the spring they defend the thesis before a committee comprised of the faculty mentor and other faculty representatives. Overall requirements are set by the Honors Program, but individual departments provide guidance for what a thesis should be like and how it counts toward major requirements. Documents describing their expectations as well as those describing the thesis guidelines, requirements, and timeline are available on the website."

To learn more information about the undergraduate honors theses and how it evolved over the years, please consult the Bulletin of Elon College/Academic Catalog publication which is available in print and housed in the Belk Library Archives and Special Collections or online

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The collection is arranged into eleven boxes, and within each box the theses are arranged alphabetically by students last name, first name.

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Online Catalog Headings

These and related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs.

Academic writing.
English language -- Writing -- Study and teaching (Higher).
Report writing -- Study and teaching (Higher).
Elon University -- Archival resources.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Box 1.
26 Folders. Circa 26 Items.
Burton, Frank. The regulator movements of North Carolina with emphasis on the Battle of Alamance. 1935.
Chamblee, Helen V. Suitable teaching songs for four year college course. 1935.
Dunn, Isabelle. Clothing of mankind in past ages. 1935.
Griffin, Curtis. Solution of numerical equations. 1935.
Grissom, W. Alfonzo. The founding of the Elon Christian Orphanage. 1937.
Harris, Marguerite. The origin and development of the little theatre in America. 1934.
Hines, Stedman. Determinants. 1934.
Holden, Ben T. II. The life of Woodrow Wilson. 1935.
Howerton, Etta J. The concept of the hero in the novels of Ernest Hemingway. 1962.
Johnson, John Philip. The church school development and standards. 1956.
Joyce, Maysie. Some causes and results of the 1929 stock market crash. 1934.
Jones, Marjorie. The use of the calculus in curve-tracing. 1934.
Kelbaugh, Margaret. Government regulation of railroads. 1935.
Layton, Louise. Social insects. 1935.
Matthews, S.E. The superintendent, principal and teacher. 1927.
McKinney, Bessie. Some arguments for Bacon's authorship of the Shakespearean plays. 1935.
Phillips, John M. A short history of journalism in colonial Virginia. 1934.
Rawls, Japeth E. Jr. The thyroid gland. 1935.
Rising, James G. The nine point circle and subsidiary theorems. 1933.
Rollins, Robert Chase. Allen Nevin's Grover Cleveland. 1935.
Rosser, Thomas. The practical economical value of differential calculus. 1936.
Smith, Alma Amelia. The solution of the quartic. 1934.
Steed, Naomi. Research problems in institutional management. 1934.
Steere, Arthur. The evolution of the double reeds in the orchestra. 1935.
Stowers, Dewey Jr. The geo-political settlement of the United States-Mexican border. 1956.
Taylor, Earl. The history of Cabarrus County, NC. 1941.
Box 2.
54 Folders. Circa 54 Items.
Caddell, Nancy. Pierre Corneille and the French academy. 1937.
Calhoun, Lois. Southern life in southern literature. 1928.
Cameron, John. History of mathematics. 1937.
Cameron, Lawrence. The origin of mathematical symbols and some unique problems in mathematics. 1928.
Clem, Julia Lois. American literature in the south since the Civil War. 1928.
Hardesty, W. R. The country church and its problem. 1924.
Hardy, Raymond. Vocational guidance. 1929.
Hargrove, Beverly A. Establishing good behavior patterns in primary children through church school curriculum. 1952.
Harrington, Helen. Reading in the primary grades. 1940.
Harrell, David Brown. National anthems. 1928.
Hart, Carlos Bowers. Public relations program of General Motors. 1950.
Harvey, Ettie. Comparison of the Spanish tragedy and Hamlet. 1929.
Harviel, Nell Marie. Backgrounds and education of Queen Elizabeth I. 1966.
Hauser, Louise. In memoriam. 1943.
Hayes, Mary Lou. A comparative study of the Northern and Southern Negro. 1940.
Haynes, Barbara Ann. A study of sin and retribution in Hawthorne's writings. 1949.
Heatwole, Hilda Lee. The dramatic works of Thomas Shadwell with special emphasis on the humorous characterization in four of his comedies. 1937.
Helms, R. S. The peace movement. Undated.
Henderson, Ruth. Monasticism. 1931.
Henderson, Ruth. Objectives of religious education. 1931.
Hilburn, Harold Holmes. The business of editing the yearbook at Elon College. 1938.
Hilliard, H. C. The function of the church. 1931.
Holland, Alice Elizabeth. Prolegomena to the study of Tristram. 1946.
Holmes, Charles. Hints to the radio entrepreneur. 1936.
Howard, Lester. History of Moore County. 1939.
Howell, W. W. Ethical problems of accounting. 1936.
Huey, Elna Doris. The antecedents of Christian sacramentalism. 1951.
Jackson, Helen Mozelle. The Christian apolegetical Christology of Justin Martyr. 1952.
Johnston, Minnie. Prayer and the little child. 1928.
Jones, J. S. Nature of educational process-growing persons-teachers. Undated.
Jones, Mabel Barrett. The Pulitzer Prize: Its purpose and influence on American letters. 1942
Jordan, Grace V. Plans and procedures for first grade program. 1942.
Keeton, Harry M. Practical experiments for the teaching of high school chemistry. 1950.
Kelly, Estelle. The French Revolution and literature. 1928.
Kerns, Virginia. Rayon. 1938.
Kid, Roy Linton. History of Moore County. 1939.
Kimball, Ruth H. The little child in the world of play. 1928.
Kimball, Rosebud. The use of stories with children in religious education. 1928.
Kimball, W. W. Jr. Student government in Elon College 1889-1936. 1936.
King, John Talbert. A comparative survey of the brain. 1937.
King, Raleigh. History of Gates County. 1939.
Kinney, Paul G. The contributions of Hebrew prophecy. 1928.
Kipka, Claude White. Marketing of hosiery. 1929.
Kivette, Florence Olga. The Carolina Playmakers. 1937.
Lackey, John Robert. The Machiavellian villain in Shakespearean drama. 1950.
Lambeth, Linda Maedell. A study of the humour characters in three comedies of John Dryden. 1937.
Lankford, Eugene Stephenson. Comparative survey of the appendicular skeleton. 1937.
Lasser, Leon David. The influence of environment on the rate and type of reproduction of hydra. 1937.
Lasley, Evelyn Fern. From Heaven to Earth. 1929.
Lawerence, Claude. History of Surry County. 1941.
Lawrence, W. Phalti Jr. Chemistry on the World War. 1929.
Laxton, Allan Wilson. The development of the American short story. 1929.
Longfellow, Jack. Maxwell's equations. 1957.
Simpson, S. V. University wits. 1930.
Box 3.
54 Folders. Circa 54 Items.
Abernathy, Jennie Belle. Religious education in school and home. 1935.
Armacost, R. L. Business analysis through accounting. 1933.
Barrett, Regina Olyn. Spanish literature. 1925.
Boyd, Robert. Standardization. 1930.
Butler, Bernard Jr. The reaction of Phtalic Anhydride and Nonylphenol. 1954.
Chandler, George Patterson. Man and early language. 1956.
Chandler, Marvin. Hindu Arabic numerals. Undated.
Clark, Norman H. Propaganda in American literature. Undated.
Cooper, Marguerite. The development of trade in the United States. 1934.
Deskins, Stuart C. The significance of the industrial revolution. 1923.
Dollar, Charlie Carl. The prophet Isaiah. 1930.
Elder, Delos Jr. The marketing of hosiery. 1928
Farmer, Hazel Bernice. Home economics in secondary schools. 1936.
Farmer, Lucille Cardwell. The causes and remedies of irregular attendance and misconduct at school. 1940.
Fletcher, Roger. An essay on four early exponents of "democracy" in education. 1964.
Floyd, Ruth. Confucianism. 1929.
Fonville, Walter O. Theatre illumination. 1939.
Foushee, Harvey C. The ten inch reflecting telescope of Elon College including its use in the study of the moon. 1949.
Foushee, Jack. Big Hank-a play in three scenes. 1941.
Foust, Lillian. The methods of teaching algebra. 1930.
Fowlkes, Elizabeth. Progressive education. 1937.
Fowlkes, Nancy. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. 1943.
Freeland, Estelle. Iago's motive hunting: A study of the villain in Othello. 1941.
Freeman, Dewey M. Flour mills in North Carolina. 1949.
French, Joe. Religious education and prosperity. 1928.
Futrell, Ina. The designing of Shakespearian costumes. 1937.
Garrison, Mrs. Watson McIver. Nature as portrayed by early American writers. 1951.
Gaylord, Tommie Martin. Negro slavery in the United States. 1939.
Galloway, Sue. A practical Poe. 1937.
Garber, Harold. The development of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company. 1942.
Gibbs, F. L. An integrated program of religious education for the new church. 1926.
Gilbert, Flora Mae. Combing curriculum and recreational activities for elementary children in the church school. 1951.
Graham, Nannie J. D. Shakespearean tragedy. 1928.
Gunn, Marvin L. Three North Carolina leaders during reconstruction: Holden, Vance and Worth. 1935.
Hornaday, Margaret Christine. The reflection of southern life in southern poetry. 1929.
Higgins, Sally. A comparison of Iago and Edmund. Undated.
Hook, Kenneth Boyd. The curriculum of religious education. 1931.
Hornady, J. A. Practice teaching in Elon Public School. 1924.
Horne, Mary. North Carolina poets. 1930.
Isley, A. L. Great Britain and the American Revolution. Undated.
Lincoln, Clarene. Daughter of the stars. 1925.
Lloyd, Erma. Vitamin C. 1935.
Mann, Garlan O. History of biology. 1932.
Mann, Phillip R. Studies related to allylmalonic ester. 1954.
Martin, Bessie. The first commandment and the unity of God. 1924.
McCarn, B. H. The difficulties of mathematics. 1931.
McVey, Kay. Sylvan of the grove. 1965.
Morris. Thelma. Methods of teaching high school algebra effectively. 1934.
Murchison, James Victor. George Fox, and his contribution of the Society of Friends. 1938.
Pierce, Katie. Our four most important literary presidents. Undated.
Ruston, T. R. The parabola. 1930.
Thompson, Worth Lane. A midsummer night's dream and a winter's tale. 1930.
Turner, William Redd. The history of religious education. Undated.
Tuck, Wilbur. The mosquito and human disease. 1935.
Box 4.
55 Folders. Circa 55 Items.
Braxton, Ruby. Why Get Married?: A one act play. 1947.
Brendler, Louise. The comedies of William Congreve: A study of comic characterization with special emphasis on humors. 1937.
Brewer, Alice. Survey of the possibilities of a small commercial cannery in North Carolina. 1947.
Brittle, R. E. Evolution of Hebrew prophecy. 1928.
Brookshire, Esther. The romantic movement in French literature. 1928.
Browne, Mary Deane. Edgar Allan Poe. 1943.
Bruton, Margaret. The teaching arithmetic in primary and intermediate grades. 1929.
Bryan, Curry Edward Jr. The secession convention: Charleston, South Carolina. 1942.
Butner, Nancy Lou. Cow to can (The importance of evaporated milk). 1938.
Campbell, Amy. William Saroyan, philosopher. 1948.
Chaney, E. Lee Jr. Literature of the south between 1865 and 1918. 1957.
Cannon, Doris. The life and works of Thomas Wolfe. 1949.
Davis, Romie G. Life and works of Ralph Waldo Emerson. 1929.
Day, James C. History of Person County. 1938.
Demoss, Ollie. A comparison and contrast of Whittier and Whitman. 1936.
Eaves, Christine. A comparison of three ballads from English and American oral tradition. 1941.
Eaves, Mary Nell. A comparison of old country and new country versions of ballads. 1938.
Edwards, Jimmy A. Early American inventors and their inventions. 1937.
Gillespie, James W. The burley tobacco industry. 1939.
Gilliam, Emery Keith. Economic and social development of Alamance County. 1948.
Gilmore, Solomon. Current experimental education in secondary schools. 1937.
Glenn, Katie B. Health unit; fifth grade, Alexander Wilson School. 1943.
Goode, Grace Wilkins. Music appreciation in the elementary grades I-VI. 1942.
Granger, A. Lanson Jr. A study of the recent interpretations of the book of Jonah. 1936.
Gunter, Helen Wrenn. The works of Washington Irving with emphasis on humor. 1948.
McCauley, Edith. The effect of certain organic acids on the rate of reproduction of paramecium caudatum. 1955.
Morton, Robert W. Jr. The sources of the labor supply of the United States. 1949.
Newman, D. L. Shakespeare's historical comedies and tragedies. 1929.
Newman, Hannah Claire. The short-story. 1928.
Pennington, Margaret. A study of questionnaires received from the editors of country weeklies in the Carolinas and Virginia. 1941.
Pfisterer, Ann Rader. The economic bases for the development of the furniture industry in North Carolina. 1947.
Phillips, Edna. Mathematics in nature. 1933.
Rankin, Lucy McCargo. Eugene O'Neill's changing attitudes. 1938.
Saunders, Charles. Radium. 1937.
Senter, Worth D. History of Harnett County. 1940.
Sharpe, Betty Van. Religion and youth. 1953.
Shaw, J. D. The Scotch Highlanders in North Carolina. 1928.
Shepherd, David W. The psychology of religion. 1929.
Starr, David. The alkaloids. 1953.
Stephens, Albert M. Evidences of primitive beliefs and customs in the Bible. 1953.
Stephens, Craton G. A study of the life cycle of drosophila melanogaster at 22 degrees C. 1939.
Stephenson, A. C. Standardization as a marketing function. 1929.
Stephenson, Elizabeth Ward. The philosophy of parent-child relationships. 1954.
Sterrett, Frances. French poetry of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. 1928.
Stevens, W. Millard. The spiritual teachings of the eighth century prophets. 1936.
Stewart, William M. The decline of feudalism. 1940.
Stuart, Emma Brannock. Edgar Allan Poe: A study in frustrated genius. 1942.
Summer, Phillip W. Paging system: West Dormitory and Virginia Hall. 1957.
Summers, Daniel Barrett. Some natural geographical resources of North Carolina. 1938.
Sutton, Martha. A characterization of Portia, Beatrice, and Katharina. 1937.
Sykes, Eva Mae. What Hinduism has to offer western civilization. 1929.
Talton, Garland. The social security act and the North Carolina unemployment compensation. 1937.
Targett, Thomas. Some semantical problems of Leibniz and Hegel. 1955.
Tate, Annie Laura. An analysis of the influence of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 1943.
Terrell, Clara Hughes. Four major poets of the romantic movement. 1958.
Box 5.
57 Folders. Circa 57 Items.
Albright, Clarice. Beautifying the home. 1931.
Anderson, John R. An historical study of the American Federation of Labor. 1950.
Andes, David A. Man and Men. 1965.
Andrews, Ruby. Farm tenancy in North Carolina. 1940.
Atkinson, Ruby Wilcox. Colonial development as related to eastern Virginia. 1925.
Auman, Donald Glenn. Economic development of the peach industry in North Carolina. 1936.
Austin, H. M. Jr. The history of education in Stanly County, North Carolina. 1942.
Bailey, Barbara J. The Scotch Highlanders in North Carolina. 1950.
Bain, Ruth Elizabeth. The French novel. 1930.
Lewis, R. North. The economic and social conditions of the share cropper in the South. 1938.
Lilien, Bernard. Inflation or a discussion of the practical application of the unworkable theory. 1938.
Lilley, Mullen M. Bacillus acidophilus and its relation to dental caries. 1937.
Thompson, Annie Sydnie. Home unit first grade Haw River School. 1946.
Thompson, Azariah Graves Jr. The history of Caswell County. 1941.
Thompson, C. C. Jr. Comparison of Hamlet and La Moza de Cantara. 1928.
Thompson, C. P. Life and works of Alfred Lord Tennyson. 1929.
Thompson, E. H. The Taming of the Shrew. 1930.
Thompson, Henrietta Elizabeth. A Mexican unit sixth and seventh grade Haw River School. 1946.
Thomas, Clare. History of Harnett County. 1938.
Thomas, Lillie. The important discoveries and inventions in mathematics. Undated.
Truitt, Carrie Louise. A contrast of Edgar Allan Poe and William Sidney Porter. 1948.
Truitt, Ethel. The rise and influence of transcendentalism in America. 1936.
Truitt, Jewell. The religion of Sakyamuni. 1929.
Tyson, Edna. The important inventions and discoveries in mathematics: Teaching mathematics. Undated.
Upchurch, Ireland S. Some economic and social aspects of Lee County, North Carolina. 1950.
Waggoner, James. Hemingway's primitivism. 1955.
Wagoner, Blanche. The evolution of the Negro in American literature. 1937.
Walker, Chas A. Jr. Style and design in the marketing of hosiery. 1929.
Walker, Lois Ellen. Programs for youth. 1952.
Walker, P.C. The textile industry in Guilford County. 1928.
Walker, Zac T. Jr. The historical development of Tobacco. 1930.
Watts, Dan T. Commercial fishing along the coast of North Carolina. 1937.
Watts, J. E. The reflection of American life in its literature. 1928.
Waynick, Mrs. Mildred Gilliam. Jane Austen's "People". 1940.
Webster, George. The analysis of aeronautics. 1939.
Wentz, Henry H. Radio advertising for the large department store. 1950.
Whatley, Emerson. Edgar's new clothes. 1946.
White, Nellie. French painting. 1930.
Whitlock, Jane. The emotional elements of O. Henry's short stories. 1948.
Wicker, Ruth Daniel. The evolution of the pipe organ. 1929.
Wicker, W.S. Development of mathematics since the Renaissance. 1913.
Wigington, John. Sketches of life in the United States Navy during World War II. 1947.
Wilkins, Beatrice. Physical education in the grammar school. 1938.
Williams, Howard Taft. The project method as a device for curriculum adjustment in the elementary school. 1939.
Williams, R. R. Smith-Hoover campaign of 1928. 1935.
Williamson, Vera Hulda. North Carolina's deviations from the Uniform Negotiable Instruments Law. 1948.
Williamson, J. Wright III. Semantics and universals. 1955.
Wilson, Nina Elane. Worship through music. 1950.
Wilson, Roger B. Roger Williams and his "Livlie experiment". 1952.
Wilson, S. B. The program of the Christian religion. 1931.
Womble, J. V. Western novelists of today. 1928.
Woods, Madge S. The development of the French costume from the Franks to the present day. 1927.
Worsley, Viola L. The living religions of the world. Undated.
Wright, Gladys. The strongest thing in the world: A one act play. 1941.
Yates, Gladys. The first commandment and the unity of God. Undated.
York, G. Aytch. The contribution of Sir Isaac Newton to mathematics. 1930.
Young, Christine. Johann Sebastian Bach, his life and its influence on his compositions. 1937.
Box 6.
53 Folders. Circa 53 Items.
Ackenhausen, Marcella. Measuring the results of history teaching. 1937.
Andrews, Ruby. Farm tenancy in North Carolina. 1940.
Andrews, Twiman G. The major building stones of North Carolina. 1929.
Argenbright, Elinor Jean. The cosmopolitan Poe. 1948.
Arnold, L. Mavert. History of Harnett County. 1939.
Arrowood, Ralph D. The origin and development of standardized tests in education. 1927.
Askew, Ernest E. Histological technique. 1936.
Askew, Reuben Samuel Jr. Christian symbolisms. 1955.
Beauman, Dalton J. Peanut industry. 1956.
Cox, Robert. John Keats: A play in one scene. 1941.
Cox, William Oswin. The history of Burlington. 1935.
Crutchfield, C. J. London as seen in Shakespeare's histories. 1928.
Garner, Ellen Baker. Pilgrimages. 1952.
Garner, John Utah. Christian faith and economic change. 1937.
Graves, John S. Bibliography for use with religious education for high school young people. Undated.
Gray, Raymond Fletcher. Concepts of good and evil in Paradise Lost. 1959.
Green, Madge Cole. The ballade and the ballad. 1929.
Greene, Lura Mae. An analysis of the influence of Charles Dickens. 1943.
Gregg, Bessie L. The first days of school. 1942.
Griffin, Ethalinda. The life of Christ. 1948.
Griffin, John C. Termites and termite control. 1935.
Grissom, W. Alfonzo. The founding of the Elon Christian Orphanage. 1937.
Gunn, Margaret Clarice. Character development in the public schools. 1930.
Hackney, Edward C. A resume of scandium, yttrium and the rare earth metals. 1952.
Hall, W. Walter. The influence of religion upon early American literature. 1947.
Hamrick, Charles. Country culture: A one-act play. 1939.
Harden, Margaret. Programs for special days. 1942.
Huffman, Louis Gordon. A working wiring diagram of the Elon College gymnasium. 1950.
Huffines, Ruby Inez. The Elizabethan period in English literature. 1929.
Hunt, Edward Albert. The history of the Oxford Orphanage. 1940.
Hunter, Marjorie. History of journalism in Alamance County, North Carolina. 1942.
Inman, Grayson. Reign of James I (1603-1625). 1941.
Isley, Bertha. Solution of the Negro problem. 1925.
Isley, Myrtie. Women writers of France and their contribution to French literature. 1928.
Jackson, William S. The language of William Shakespeare as illustrated in As You Like It. 1959.
Joyner, Shirley Coretta. The use of biblical knowledge with junior children. 1950.
Madren, S.E. The ministry of Christ. 1929.
Neese, Junius. Consumer cooperatives as a proposed solution to the conflict between Christianity and the profit system. 1937.
Newman, Leon S. Vitamins. 1937.
Newman, Ralph Bain. Present rural general merchandise store accounting systems and some suggestions for their improvements. 1936.
Newsome, Wilburn. Elon College commencements, 1915,1935. 1936.
Newton, Elizabeth. Writing radio drama. 1941.
Noell, Nathaniel. History of Lee County. 1938.
Peeler, James D. The application and production of x-rays. 1950.
Phillips, Charles W. Jr. Amino acids: their chemistry, history, and electrophoretic separation on filter paper. 1954.
Porterfield, La Verne. Witchcraft in New England. 1937.
Query, Luke. Water bacteriology of Elon College. 1937.
Rath, M. Carroll. Syphilis; Its history, cause and treatment. 1944.
Rawles, F.A. The New England period of American literature. 1928.
Robinson, Joe. A general report on the release of atomic energy. 1950.
Satterfield, Henry David. Marketing of flue-cured tobacco. 1939.
Shoffner, Clive H. Serious marketing problems in the United States and possible solutions. 1935.
Snuggs, H.L. (compiled) and James Howell (revised). Elon College style sheet: For use in the preparation of manuscripts of graduation theses and term papers. Undated.
Box 7.
52 Folders. Circa 52 Items.
Cameron, N.H., H.N. Truitt, J.W. Rich, Grover Holt, and H.F. Mitchell. Channels of distribution for manufactured products. 1932.
Cass, Stewart. Dreiser's naturalism: The record of an idea in conflict with an age. 1958.
Castura, Steve. The fundamental principles in journalism. 1946.
Chandler, D.B. Dipterous parasites of man. 1936.
Cheek, Mabel. The unity of God and the first commandment. Undated.
Coley, W.C. Propagandists in American literature. 1930.
Core, Delmas Houston. The risks of partnerships. 1950.
Cox, Cecil A. Robert Browning. 1929.
Crenshaw, Nell. Recent developments in venereal diseases. 1945.
James, Clara Sue. Benedict Spinoza: Pioneer champion of western democracy. 1967.
Johnson, Edward L. With blithe heart. 1953.
Johnson, Mildred. City schools versus rural schools in North Carolina. 1929.
Matthews, Dan. The halogen family. 1936.
Matlock, Norma. Early French forms of English literature. 1928.
Nash, William Parrish. Chemical contributions toward the development of American civilization and culture. 1942.
Nelson, Sammy D. The history of the Hebrew people from the establishment of monarchy to the division of the kingdom and religious concept. 1954.
Neese, Martha. Elon College commencements from 1891 to 1915. 1936.
Neese, Sara Kaufman. An appreciation of Darwin's work: The Origin of Species. 1937.
Newman, Rhetta. Literary societies and social clubs of Elon College. 1936.
Newman, Richard H. Some applications of paper chromatography to inorganic qualitative analysis. 1954.
Oates, Charles. Who did not write Shakespeare?. 1958.
Oliver, Sallie Mae. The unity of God and the first commandment. 1924.
Owen, Wallace H. Economic geography of Caswell County. 1948.
Page, Helen. Selection of literature for primary children. 1941.
Paolantonio, William J. The monarchy of Henry V of England. 1947.
Painter, Richard Huffman. The rise of the consumer education movement. 1950.
Parrish, Leslie L. The life of John Wesley. 1938.
Paschall, Rosa K. The South's contribution to American literature. 1928.
Patrick, M.L. Why is the short-story short?. 1924.
Patterson, Annie Mae. The Negro's contribution to American literature. 1932.
Pearce, John Henry. A history of Nansemond County. 1941.
Piland, Woodrow. Colonial schools and education. 1937.
Powell, Caroline Egerton. Woman's place in American literature. 1928.
Potter, Edward H. A history of plane trigonometry. 1941.
Pritchett, Mary. Judy: A play in three scenes. 1941.
Rakestraw, Gladys Leone. The life and works of Carl Sandburg. 1947.
Reynolds, Etheline. History of Moore County. 1939.
Rhodes, Elmina. Character contrast in Shakespeare. 1936.
Rhodes, E.F. Elizabethan staging. 1929.
Rice, G. Julius. The mysticism of St. Paul. 1952.
Roberts, Charlotte and Marian Nalle. Tests and reviews. 1929.
Roberts, James R. Unemployment compensation in North Carolina. 1947.
Robertson, H.G. The purpose of the Book of Revelation. 1929.
Robertson, Margaret Lawrence. The history of the American drama. 1929.
Rowland, Annie Graham. The child's conception of God. 1928.
Rowland, Birdie Mary. The development of the nervous system. 1929.
Rudd, Clyde. Southern Negro and social justice. 1937.
Rudisill, C. Wayne. The father images in Typee, Moby-Dick, and Billy Budd. 1959.
Rush, Mary Frances. The reaction of Thomas Wolfe toward his mother. 1949.
Russell, Lena. Extra-curricular activities in high school. 1929.
Smith, John Howard. The nature of religion and religious experience. Undated.
Smith, John Howard. The principles of religious education. Undated.
Box 8.
57 Folders. Circa 57 Items.
Brady, Lorraine. Washington Irving's opinions of women. 1948.
Chason, Margaret. Life on a southern plantation. 1937.
Chason, Mary Helen. The suitability of literature for fourth grade children. 1940.
Coble, Beulah. North Carolina authors of today. 1932.
Coble, Jay Cline. The rise of Christianity. 1940.
Coble. James Floyd. A comparative dental anatomy of representative vertebrates. 1937.
Coble. Louise. Richelieu and the French Academy. 1936.
Cole, Dorothy. The study of the life and works of Edgar Allan Poe. 1943.
Cole, Esther M. The comic characterization in the plays of George Farquhar. 1936.
Conyes, Laura Virginia. Spinoza's idea of God. 1938.
Cook, Oliver. Comic characterization in the plays of John Crowne. 1936.
Cooper, Nathan J. The religion of Paul. 1941.
Cox, James S. Some aspects of Whitehead's philosophy. 1941.
Crutchfield, T.S. The relation of chemistry to industry. 1928.
Day, Edward Ray. Behind the blue and gold stars. 1947.
Dick, Lucy. Family budgeting. 1928.
Dollar, Jesse Holliday. Religion in Virginia during the colonial period. Undated.
Johnson, Ryland Earl. The evolution and growth of accounting. 1936.
Johnston, Margaret. Coleridge Life and Works. 1929.
Jones, Eloise. Digestive enzymes. 1937.
Lindley, Andrew Hoyt. The revolutionary history of Chatham County. 1941.
Littiken, John P. The doctrine of the Atonement of the early Christian Church. 1956.
Lloyd, Allen Alexander. The chemistry in medicine. 1937.
Lloyd, Eldridge B. Mitchell County, North Carolina. 1950.
Lloyd, Pauline Oliver. Folk songs in the southern mountains. 1937.
Lockey, Edith. Music of the Elizabethan period. 1929.
Longest, Roland. The story of Durham. 1941.
Lowe, Dorothy. Education in a democracy. 1925.
Lowe, Wade F. An inquiry into the source of license fees in North Carolina. 1948.
Loy, Bill. Anesthetics with special emphasis on ether chloroform and nitrous oxide oxygen ether. 1937.
Loy, Clara Dell. A delineation of Chaucer's Canterbury pilgrims. 1953.
Lynch, Betty Lillian. An analysis of the life and the works of William Wordsworth. 1943.
Mabe, Coy E. History of extra-curricular movement. 1940.
Madren, Thomas W. Trees of religious significance. 1954.
Martin, Roberta. Fools and immortality. 1941.
Mast, Dewey. A comparative study of the schools of French poets. 1928.
Matlock, Cary Rufus. Economic geography of foods in North Carolina with special reference to meats, fruits, vegetables and grains. 1951.
Maxwell, Harold E. Into the night: A one act play. 1941.
McBrayer, John Z. Henry Adams. 1938.
McCauley, Jane. The life and attitudes of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 1948.
McCraw, Walter. Some poets of the Confederacy. 1954.
McDade, Millard Banks. An analysis of the poems and short stories of Edgar Allan Poe. 1947.
McDonald, Marta Dawson. Educating for seven point lives. Undated.
McGougan, Verna. The selection and presentation of literature for children. 1937.
McKinney, Hattie. Eighteenth century literature. 1929.
McInnis, N.W. Development of the Sandhills of North Carolina. 1939.
McLean, Dorris. Discovery of oil and resultant industries. 1925.
McLeod, Mrs. E. P. Character education in the public schools. 1940.
McNeill, John Paul. Synopses of Vicente Blasco Ibanez's "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" and "The Enemies of Women". 1928.
McPherson, L.V. The evolution of the Hebrew religion. 1928.
McPherson, Edwin A. Architecture through the ages. 1930.
McSwain, Theresa. A study of America's fabrics. 1953.
Michael, Mabel. Glimpses of Charles Gates Dawes our Vice-President. 1928.
Moffitt, Margaret. The development of the English novel up to the nineteenth century. 1928.
Moize. Sarah May. The blood. Undated.
Moore, Helen Scholz. Warren County. 1946.
Morgan, Juanita. Educating the adolescence for character. 1938.
Box 9.
51 Folders. Circa 51 Items.
Bailey, Barbara J. The Scotch Highlanders in North Carolina. 1950.
Barrett, Regina Olyn. The advance of religious education in Porto Rico. 1925.
Barney, Harold L. The modern organ and its development. 1928.
Barney, Winifred. A comparative study of the syllabi in piano in the high schools of the various states. 1941.
Barney, Helen. The background and development of the philharmonic symphony orchestra of New York, with especial emphasis on the past ten years (1926-36). 1936.
Basnight, Miller C. "Air from a Jug": Fifty poems 1939-1946. 1946.
Bean, Frances. Punishment. 1940.
Benton, Elizabeth Curtis. The life and poetry of Rudyard Kipling. 1948.
Berry, Roy H., Wilbur S. Crowder, Ronald B. Grinstead, Jack B. Hanel, Richard F. Martin, A. Reid Patty, and James F. Watson. Chemistry thesis seminar selected topics - May 1950. 1950.
Berry, W. Jennings. The witty servants in Shakespeare's plays. 1950.
Blackmon, Marguerite. Joseph Smith and the development of the Mormon Church. 1937.
Blackmon, Violet. Survey of the methods of approach in teaching piano to young beginners. 1947.
Blanchard, John William. A bibliography of supplementary reading materials for student use in the course, "Materials and methods of teaching high school chemistry". 1950.
Blanks, Joe Jr. Mountain kind. 1941.
Boland, Iris Celeste. Malaria. 1945.
Booker, Ethel. Mr. Brown takes a vacation: A one act play. 1940.
Boone, Helen. Evolution of piano styles in composition. 1941.
Boone, Lucy Ione. The origin of music and musical instruments. 1929.
Boone, Robert Lee. Physical education in Greece. 1942.
Boyd, Luther C. A study of digestive enzymes. 1936.
Boyd, Roy. Robespierre. 1938.
Brady, E. C. The evolution of the Hebrew prophet. 1926.
Brady, Ora Viola. The novel's development by American women. 1929.
Brannock, Mary E. The romance of vitamins. 1929.
Braxton, Ruby M. The value of public speaking. 1928.
Brannon, Horace O. A history of Alamance County. 1939.
Brickhouse, Ernest. History of Norfolk. 1941.
Brown, Florence E. The small house. 1929.
Brown, Margaret Ethel. A study of fashions. 1938.
Burgess, J.V. French Revolution and its effect on French literature. 1928.
Divers, Richard M. The doctor. 1940.
Donato, Charles. History of Waterbury Connecticut. 1942.
Dunn, Ruth H. The principles and polity of organization of the Congregational Christian Churches. 1948.
Dye, Lelia Cobb. Washington Irving's women characters. 1941.
Dyer, Lillian. Great leaders in art. Undated.
Dyer, Ruth. Tests and measurements. 1944.
Earp, Margaret. Canover lives on. 1938.
Edwards, John Lee Jr. History of Greene County. 1941.
Efird, Hoyle T. The farm machinery industry. 1929.
Elder, Fannie Glenn. Citizenship in the progressive curriculum. 1941.
Elder, Susie Elizabeth. The early Victorian age in British literature. 1928.
Euliss, Foy Vey. The economic geography of Dare County. 1950.
Feltman, Walter C. The Messianic hope. 1952.
Fischel, Eloise Thomas. Russian nationalism. 1946.
Fitzgerald, Fern Sigmon. A survey of the contributions of North Carolina folklore music. 1941.
Fleming, Archie. Marketing the late crop of potatoes. 1940.
Fletcher, Roger. An essay on four early exponents of "democracy" in education. 1964.
Shepherd, Dorothy Mae. Diction coordinated with singing. 1948.
Taylor, Bedford Brannan. Latrodectus Mactans. 1955.
Taylor, George C. Some relations between investment banking and the New York Stock Exchange. 1936.
Taylor, Wenonah Ruth. Contrast between Bret Harte and Mark Twain and their attitudes toward life in the mining states. 1952.
Box 10.
56 Folders. Circa 56 Items.
Alcorn, Mabel. Negro education prior to 1860. 1951.
Alcorn, Suemoll. The Elizabethan age of literature. 1928.
Aldridge, Gladys. Physical education in an integrated program. 1941.
Alexander, Harold S. The trend of modern American fiction. 1928.
Alexander, Mabel. The romantic period in English literature. 1928.
Bailey, Margaret L. Application of the derivative to velocity and the direction of a curve. 1934.
Ballard, Joanne M. The Greek theatre. 1959.
Beattie, Earl. County government in North Carolina. Undated.
Pittman, Charles. Historical background of Wilson County. 1940.
Poe, Florine Braxton. The humanized novel. 1946.
Ray, Abraham V. The semantical problem in philosophers' attempts to prove God's existence. 1955.
Ray, Florine. How beautiful with shoes: A radio play in two scenes, adapted from the short story of the same name by Wilbur Daniel Steele. 1940.
Reagan, Troy. Sherman's raid through North Carolina. 1929.
Reitzel, Edna Louise. Biographical facts concerning Charles Dickens. 1945.
Shepherd, Hurley Sidney. The unknown quantity. 1929.
Shepherd, Paul W. The effects of synthetic hormones on the rooting of cuttings in various rooting media. 1953.
Shoffner, Jack P. History of Liberty (North Carolina). 1940.
Simmons, Bill. In the days of Herod the King. 1954.
Simone, Joseph. The pillars of Islam. 1958.
Slaughter, C. H. Milton the poet. 1928.
Sloan, Jordan A. Teaching high school algebra. 1939.
Smith, Betsy Maude. Some evaluations of periodical advertisements from 1930 to 1946. 1947.
Smith, Elizabeth R. Still life. 1947.
Smith, Elwood M. A short history of mathematics. 1929.
Smith, John Howard. Scouting applied by the church. 1931.
Smith, Joyce. Hotel romance: A one-act play. 1946.
Smith, Leon Edgar Jr. An account of the early American stage. 1937.
Smith, Margaret. Zebulon Braid Vane. 1938.
Smith Rebecca. Restoration comic character conventions in the early plays of Colley Cibber. 1936.
Smith, Virginia Boyd. The life and works of Robert Browning. 1947.
Sorrell, M.T. The Lord's prayer. 1928.
Spell, Leroy P. A history of Sampson County. 1938.
Somers, Betsy Lucille. The famous Battle of Alamance. 1941.
Somers, Vernon L. The soil erosion program of Alamance County. 1939.
Stanley, George Thomas. A study of the Taft-Hartley Act. 1950.
Tillmanns, Gwendolyne. One family: A three-act play. 1939.
Triplett, Velma. The correlation of public school music with other subjects in the elementary grades. 1942.
Todd, Aubrey C. Greek synonyms in John's gospel. 1936.
Troppoli, John. Athletics at Elon since 1919. 1936.
Turner, Frances. The humor of Cervantes' works. 1928.
Turner, William Lee. The destructive dream world: An analysis of Poe's pathological and creative mind. 1958.
Tutor, Maybelle. Shakespeare and music. 1938.
Underhill, Gardner D. How psychiatry can supplement Protestant Christianity by aiding the Christian religious educator to produce in the children under his care a wholesome personality and train them to make proper adjustment's to life's situations. 1929.
Underwood, Clara. History of some accessories. 1929.
Underwood, S. Rufus. Caswell County. 1939.
Van Hook, J.W. Marketing of furniture. 1929.
Velie, C. James. French music of the nineteen and twentieth centuries. 1928.
Vickery, Grace Ward. Status of business education in the colleges of North Carolina. 1948.
Walker, J.R. The teaching of plane geometry. 1928.
Walker, Margaret O'Kelly. The works of Sir John Vanbrugh with emphasis on his comic characterization. 1936.
Walker, Virginia. Literature in the upper elementary grades. 1941.
Walser, Rudy. A proposed boy's intramural program for Elon College. 1937.
West, Floyd E. The Sherman laws. 1939.
Warrick, Emma Sockwell. Decorating the home. 1954.
Watson, Allen. The history of Anson County. 1939.
Watson, Samuel McIver Jr. The vitamins. 1936.
Box 11.
50 Folders. Circa 50 Items.
Bowman, Wayne. A study of the humour characterization in the comedies of John Dryden. 1937.
Casey, Lois Dean. James Fenimore Cooper. 1947.
Carpenter, Mary Louise. A study in Browning's optimism and faith. 1963.
Cates, Madaline. A comparison of "Lycidas" and "When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom'd". Undated.
Causey, William Garland. Too obliging: A one-act play. 1942.
Culpepper, Bessie. History of the British costume from before the Norman Conquest to the nineteenth century. 1927.
Clapp, Carl. Life and works of John Milton. 1929.
Clapp, Rosser Lee. The New Testament writings in the light of the writings of the Apostolic Fathers. 1952.
Clark, J. Carroll. The Elizabethan theater. 1930.
Cobb, Helen Henderson. How can biblical literature be interpreted to a primary child. 1947.
Cochrane, Frances. You just can't get away with sin: A play in three scenes. 1941.
Collins, Ethel Z. The social and economic effect of the Civil War upon the South. 1940.
Comer, Claude V. Possessed by the U.S. 1948.
Cook, James. General principles of department store planning and designing. 1937.
/Cooper, Catherine W. Southern Negro prejudice and Christian bases of adjustment. 1947.
Cooper, William. Restoration comic character conventions as revealed in the comedies of Congreve. 1936.
Cross, Edrie. The history of Rockingham County. 1941.
Curin, B. Matt Jr. An anthology of modern North Carolina poetry. 1952.
Dameron, Mary Lee. Child growth and development. 1942.
Dailey, Helen Tate. A survey of music education in grades I-VII in Alamance County. 1939.
Davis, Nellie. The quotations found in the Old Testament as used by the synoptic writers and the writer of the fourth Gospel. 1949.
Hamrick, James. The unpardonable sin: A one act play. 1941.
Harrington, Mary. The poetry of Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 1937.
Hayes, Raymond L. Television. 1950.
Holland, Murry Wade. The synthetic elements-technetium, promethium, astatine, francium, neptunium, plutonium, americium, curium, berkelium and californium. 1952.
Holmes, Edythe Ernest. Development of the movement for responsible government in Canada. 1938.
Holmes, Evelyn. Physical education for the elementary department. 1941.
Holoman, Judith M. The life and works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. 1943.
Holt, Elsie Coble. Extra-curricular activities of Alexander-Wilson School. 1943.
Hook, Doris Patricia. Some aspects of the development of air cargo. 1947.
Hook, Jeanne. The teaching of literature. 1945.
Hook, Paul G. Southern fiction. 1928.
Hook, Sarah Virginia. Sheridan's personality as reflected in his comedies. 1937.
Hoppenstedt, Esther. The life and works of Horace. 1936.
Hooper, Dewey G. Practical photographic darkroom procedure. 1940.
Hornaday, Annie June. The development of the sonnet in English literature. 1928.
Horne, Ruth. The development of costume of the American nation: From the discovery of America to the present day. 1927.
Huffines, Kenneth. Group insurance. 1940.
Huffines, Lloyd G. History of Alamance County. 1939.
Hughes, Chester A. Jr. The building of greater Elon. 1936.
Hunt, G.S. Richelieu and the French Academy. 1928.
Hunt, John Graham. A history of Granville County. 1939.
Sockwell, Mamie. Idealism versus materialism. 1925.
Spence, Dwight M. Religions and Christianity. 1927.
Spoon, Gladys. The Aztecs of Mexico. 1929.
West, Margaret B. English requirements in the principal high schools of North Carolina. Undated.
White, James. The effects of chemistry upon textile dyeing. 1940.
Womack, John M. Attempts to find methods to speed the gravimetric determination of iron. 1954.
Woodson, Julia Elizabeth. Behind those faces. 1961.
Young, William Curtis. An history of the development of theism. 1956.