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[Drawings of Abilene Christian College Buildings on Old Site]

Description: Painted renderings of the Abilene Christian College campus on the old site on a cardboard backing with a gold-colored rope tied through two holes at the top. The collage includes paintings of Zellner Hall, President’s Home “Shady Dell,” McDonald Hall, Administration Building, Daisy Hall, Dining Hall, and Gymnasium.
Date: unknown

[Drawings of Abilene Christian College Buildings on New Site]

Description: Painted renderings of the Abilene Christian College campus on the new site. The collage includes paintings of Chambers Hall, Bennett Gymnasium, Sewell Auditorium, Administration Building, Zona Luce Hall, Girl’s Home, President’s Home, and Boy’s Home.
Date: unknown

[Drawing of Barton W. Stone]

Description: Printed drawing of Barton W. Stone. He is shown from the shoulders up, wearing a dark-colored overcoat with a cravat.
Date: unknown

[Line Drawing of R.W. Officer]

Description: Printed line drawing of R.W. Officer, visible from the shoulders up, wearing a dark three-piece suit with a string bow tie.
Date: unknown

[Engraving of Wm. Ruble]

Description: Printed engraving of Wm. Ruble, visible from the chest up, wearing a dark-colored three-piece suit. His hair is thinning, and he has a prominent beard that reaches down to his chest. In his left hand, he holds a scroll that reads, "The word of God."
Date: unknown

[Line Drawing of O. Newcomb]

Description: Printed line drawing of O. Newcomb, visible from the shoulders up, wearing a shirt with buttons up the front. His hair is parted to the right, and he has a prominent beard with sideburns and a mustache.
Date: unknown

[Portrait of Jesse P. Sewell]

Description: Portrait of Jesse P. Sewell, who became the president of Abilene Christian College in 1912. Visible from the shoulders up, Sewell wears a dark-colored suit and a grey tie with frame-less glasses.
Date: unknown

[Portrait of Batsell Baxter]

Description: Portrait of Batsell Baxter, who was the 6th President of the Abilene Christian University from 1923 - 1932. Visible from the shoulders up, Baxter wears a dark-colored suit with a polka dot tie.
Date: [1924..1932]

[Line Drawing of A. Pickerell]

Description: Printed line drawing of A. Pickerill, visible from the chest up, wearing a three-piece suit with a pocket watch. His hair is thinning, and he has a prominent beard that reaches down to his chest.
Date: unknown

[Line Drawing of J. R. Shuff]

Description: Printed line drawing of J.R. Shuff, visible from the shoulders up, wearing a three-piece suit with large lapels. He has thinning hair with a prominent beard and sideburns.
Date: unknown

[Engraving of John F. Rowe]

Description: Printed engraving of John F. Rowe, visible from the shoulders up, wearing a dark-colored suit and bow tie.
Date: unknown

[Portrait of H.C. Darden]

Description: Portrait of Mr. H. C. Darden, the 2nd president of Abilene Christian University. Visible from the shoulders up, Darden wears a dark-colored suit and tie with a pocket watch chain.
Date: unknown

[Portrait of Jesse P. Sewell]

Description: Portrait of Jesse P. Sewell, who became the president of Abilene Christian College in 1912. Visible from the shoulders up, Sewell wears a dark-colored suit and a grey tie with frame-less glasses.
Date: unknown

[Line Drawing of N. T. Caton]

Description: Printed line drawing of N.T. Caton, wearing a three-piece suit with a bow tie. His hair is parted to the right, and he has a mustache and beard.
Date: unknown

[Line Drawing of J. H. Lawson]

Description: Printed line drawing of J. H. Lawson, visible from the shoulders up, wearing a three-piece suit and a bow tie. He has a handlebar mustache.
Date: unknown

[Drawings of Abilene Christian College Buildings]

Description: Painted renderings of the Abilene Christian College campus on the new site. Chambers Hall, Sewell Auditorium, Girl's Home, Administration Building, President's Home, Bennett Gymnasium, Zona Luce Hall-preparatory, and Boy's Home are each represented.
Date: 193u

[Line Drawing of J.M. Ratliffe]

Description: Printed line drawing of J. M. Ratliffe, visible from the shoulders up, wearing a three-piece suit with a bow tie.
Date: unknown

[Line Drawing of J.C. Myers]

Description: Printed line drawing of J.C. Myers, visible from the shoulders up, wearing an double-breasted overcoat. He was a prominent beard and mustache.
Date: unknown

[Line Drawing of H. R. Signor]

Description: Printed line drawing of H. R. Signor, visible from the shoulders up, wearing a three-piece suit with a bow tie.
Date: unknown

[Portrait of James F. Cox]

Description: Portrait of James F. Cox, who was one of the presidents of Abilene Christian University. Visible from the chest up, Cox wears a dark-colored suit and tie with round glasses.
Date: [1911..1912, 1931..1940]

[Line Drawing of William Hayden]

Description: Printed line drawing of William Hayden, visible from the shoulders up, wearing a suit jacket and a dress shirt with a high, dropping collar.
Date: unknown

[Line Drawing of S.L. Barker]

Description: Printed line drawing of S.L. Barker, wearing a three-piece suit with a pocket watch. His hair is slicked back and parted to the left, and he has a mustache and beard.
Date: unknown

[Portrait of Ezra Cramblett]

Description: Printed drawing of Ezra Cramblett, visible from the shoulders up, wearing a dark-colored shirt. He has a prominent beard that reaches down to his chest.
Date: unknown

Our Duty to Young Folk

Description: A bed sheet with text and/or artwork used as a visual aid to a preacher's sermon. This particular sermon chart begins with God's instruction to Abraham to teach his children. The preacher then elaborates upon the Biblical imperative to instruct and indoctrinate children in the way of God. He spends considerable time in Deuteronomy and Proverbs and cites disastrous examples from the Bible when such instruction went unheeded. He concludes the sermon by citing similar passages from the epistles. He refers to [Robert G.] Ingersoll, noted 19th c agnostic as a counter-example of the influence parents have on children. His emphatic conclusion, lettered large and in red, asks, "Who will be Leaders of Tomorrow?"
Date: [1900..1960]