Female College, Statesville, N.C.

Female College, Statesville, N.C.
Postcard depicting Female College in Statesville, N.C., now known as Mitchell Community College. Addressed on verso to Mr. J. L. Fowle, Davidson, N.C. Handwritten note on verso. Date from postmark.
May 30, 1916
Original Format
13cm x 8cm
Local Identifier
Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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Barbara Taylor Jul 20 2014

This is most likely James Luther Fowle (10/14/1897 Washington, NC - 11/01/1978 Chattanooga, TN) who was a student at Davidson College. He graduated with an A.B. degree in 1920 and later became a well-known minister in Chattanooga Tennessee. His father was Samuel Richardson Fowle Sr (7/19/1856 - 5/24/1946) of Washington, NC owner of the S.R. Fowle & Son Company.

Jessie Seagro Jul 26 2011

I have come in contact with the certificate that was awarded to Louise Hall from the Statesville Female College. It is for Literature and Science. I had got this from someone, that didn't realize it was behind a copy of the declaration of independence. The principals name was Fannie Everett.If anyone can give me information about this, or to whome this may belong to that might have been lost, please contact me. 704-230-1909. Thankyou. Jessie.

Marlana Aug 03 2009

This is now called Mitchell Community College.

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