Josephine Nunn Papers
[bulk 1925, 1939]
||Josephine Nunn Papers
||The collection contains correspondence related to the crypt of civilization. It
also includes several tickets and an invitation to the opening of Lupton Hall.
||0.5 linear feet
The collection contains items related to the crypt of civilization. In 1937
Thornwell Jacobs conceived of the idea of preserving the known facts and
artifacts of current western civilization. He hired T.K. Peters as the archivist
for the project and together they devised a system for collecting and preserving
the materials that would be sealed in the crypt in Hearst Hall on May 25, 1940.
Many letters were sent soliciting information and items for the crypt. The
collection also contains correspondence with William Lee Nunn of Buford , Ga.
Nunn, a 1922 graduate of Oglethorpe, taught at the Y.M.C.A. in Oita, Japan.
This collection contains correspondence from William Lee Nunn and Thornwell
Jacobs; correspondence between T.K. Peters and The National League of
Professional Ball Clubs; correspondence between T.K. Peters and Anheuser-Busch,
Inc.; one invitation to the opening of Lupton Hall; 3 tickets for Oglethorpe vs.
Dahlonega; 2 calling cards.
The National League of Baseball Clubs
Lupton Hall, Oglethorpe University, (Atlanta, Ga.)
Peters, Thomas Kimmwood
Jacobs, Thornwell, 1877-1956
Nunn, William Lee
Please cite Josephine Nunn Collection, MF 1, Archives, Philip Weltner Library,
Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, Georgia. Permission to publish from this
collection must be approved in writing by the Director of the Library,
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