Guide to the Caviness Hector Brown scrapbook, 1918-1921
Caviness Hector Brown was a law student at Trinity College from 1919 to 1921.
The scrapbook includes autograph pages, photographs, clippings and memorabilia related to Trinity College arts and athletic events, the Debating Club and North Carolina state elections.
- University Archives, Duke University
- Brown, Caviness Hector.
- Caviness Hector Brown scrapbook, 1918-1921
- Language of Material
- 1.3 Linear Feet, 1 Item
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Contains photographs, news clippings, notes, event programs and memorabilia relating to Trinity College and other subject matter from 1918-1921.
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This scrapbook contains autograph pages, photographs, clippings, and memorabilia from Brown's extracurricular life at Trinity College from 1920-1921. The major subjects of the photographs are Trinity athletics/athletes (football, baseball, basketball, track and tennis), student life (including a section on Trinity women), the May Day Festival and scenery (including what appears to be a mill). Some of the photographs are identified. The clippings relate to athletics events, the Debating Club, visiting speakers, campus incidents and cultural trends, and North Carolina political news. One clipping reports a serious hazing incident in which a student was stabbed. The final page includes a miniature wooden doll, labeled "Virginia Hicks," a Class of 1925 Trinity College student. Pages were placed in archival folders, and loose items in envelopes for preservation. Arranged approximately by date (in original page order).
Caviness Hector Brown was a student in the Trinity College Law School from 1919-1921. During that time, he was active in university athletics, and pitched for Trinity's baseball team. He also participated in the debate team and the Glee Club and helped to found the Page for Governor Club, of which he was president. He graduated from the Law School in 1921.
- Trinity College (Durham, N.C.)--History--20th century.
- Trinity College (Durham, N.C.)--Students.
- Trinity College (Durham, N.C.)--Sports.
- Trinity College (Durham, N.C.). Law School.
- Male college students--North Carolina--Durham.
- Women college students--North Carolina--Durham.
- Clubs--United States.
- Virginia Hicks scrapbook, 1921-1925 (Duke University Archives)
[Identification of item], Caviness Hector Brown scrapbook, Duke University Archives, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University.
The Caviness Hector Brown scrapbook was received by the University Archives as a gift in 1994.
Processed by Jessica Wood, August 2006
Encoded by Kimberly Sims, December 2006
Accession A94-112 is described in this finding aid.
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