Dougherty, Dauphin Disco
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: UA 43
Scope and Contents The Appalachian Training School Collection contains land deeds, student class constitution and minutes, library borrowing records, promotional brochure, and manuscript for a student magazine. The deeds are for land in and around Boone and Watauga County, NC, owned by Watauga Academy, Appalachian Training School, and members of the school's Board of Trustees. The promotional brochure highlights the programs and facilities at the school and was sent by President B. B. Dougherty to a prospective...
Abstract The Dauphin Disco Dougherty Papers is a small collection of personal items belonging to D.D. and his family, including two poetry books from 1923, his wife Lillie's autograph book from 1889-1897, and a black and white photo of his parents, Daniel Baker Dougherty and Elen Caroline Bartlett Dougherty.
Dates: 1889-1923, undated
Identifier: UA 47
Overview The Doris Stam Collection consists of artifacts, correspondence, oral histories, papers, and photographs the Bartlett, Brown, Dougherty, Perry, Shull, and Taylor families. The collection also contains material from the early days of Appalachian State University and history of Boone, North Carolina. Doris Stam gathered the material of this collection while writing her book Mountain Educators: The Dougherty Family and the First Fifty Years of Appalachian.
Dates: Majority of material found in 1867-2007
Abstract This collection includes an 1884 deed of land between D.P. Mast and D.B. Dougherty, dated November 6, 1883 and registered February 29, 1884. Also included are four architectural views of J.B. Hagaman's Store, Office and Clinic in Boone, North Carolina, dated June 30, 1950, as well as three architectural prints of J.B. Hagaman's house.
Dates: 1884-1950, undated
Abstract Ella W. Thompson and her husband Dr. Lloyd LeRoy Hobbs were students at Appalachian State Teacher's College from 1933 to 1937. This collection of scrapbooks, memorabilia, and publications documents their experiences at ASTC including correspondence with family and friends.