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AU LIBRARY LECTURE: THE PRESIDENT'S HOME & AUBURN'S FIRST LADIES [Dec 7]

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  • Amos J Wright
    ... From: owner-whatsnew-l@listserv2.duc.auburn.edu [mailto:owner-whatsnew-l@listserv2.duc.auburn.edu] On Behalf Of Tim Dodge Sent: Thursday, November 16, 2006
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      [mailto:owner-whatsnew-l@...] On Behalf Of Tim
      Dodge
      Sent: Thursday, November 16, 2006 10:13 AM
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      LIBRARY LECTURE: THE PRESIDENT'S HOME AND AUBURN'S FIRST LADIES

      Sesquicentennial Lecture

      See this link
      ( http://www.auburn.edu/communications_marketing/150/lecture.html ) for
      a complete schedule of the Sesquicentennial Lecture Series.

      THE PRESIDENT'S HOME AND AUBURN'S FIRST LADIES

      Speaker:

      Auburn University First Lady Nell Richardson earned a bachelor's
      degree from A.U. in 1983 and taught English and French at Tuskegee
      Institute High School, Opelika High School and Jeff Davis High School in
      Montgomery. She also taught English at Southern Union and Alexander City
      Community College. While working on a master's degree, she taught in
      AU's Department of English. She earned an M.S. degree in English
      Education in 1988. She retired from Montgomery Public Schools in 2004 to
      join her husband in Auburn when he was named the university's president.

      Mrs. Richardson's lecture will be drawn from research on the nine
      families who have lived in the president's home since it was built by
      Luther Duncan in 1939.

      She will also address details of the house, including its setting,
      garden, and furnishings. A special feature of the program will be the
      unveiling of one or more portraits of former A.U. first ladies.

      Date and Time: DECEMBER 7 at 2 p.m.

      Location: The Special Collections and Archives Department located on
      the GROUND FLOOR of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library.

      Sponsored by: The Auburn University Libraries, The Center for Arts and
      Humanities; Auburn University Outreach, and Auburn University
      Sesquicentennial Committee.



      See the "What's New" link ( http://www.lib.auburn.edu/whatsnew/ ) as
      of November 16 for more information.

      Tim Dodge
      What's New Web Manager and Whatsnew-L Listserv Moderator




      Tim Dodge
      Reference Dept.
      Ralph Brown Draughon Library
      231 Mell St.
      Auburn University, AL 36849-5606

      Tel. (334) 844-1729
      Fax: (334) 844-4461
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