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EXHIBIT ON RALPH BROWN DRAUGHON at AU's Draughon Library

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  • A.J. Wright
    ... From: owner-whatsnew-l@listserv3.auburn.edu [mailto: owner-whatsnew-l@listserv3.auburn.edu] On Behalf Of Tim Dodge Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2013 9:10
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      From: owner-whatsnew-l@... [mailto:owner-whatsnew-l@...] On Behalf Of Tim Dodge
      Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2013 9:10 AM
      To: whatsnew-l@...
      Subject: What's New Library Update: Announcements


      EXHIBIT ON RALPH BROWN DRAUGHON

         An exhibit concerning Ralph Brown Draughon (after whom the R.B.D. Library is named) is on display in the two glass cases recently placed on the FIRST FLOOR near the Atrium staircase and elevator.
         The exhibit features numerous photographs of Ralph Brown Draughon (1899-1968) plus memorabilia and informative captions.  Draughon served as President of Auburn University from 1947 through 1965.  The exhibit covers important events of Draughon's presidency including the transition of Auburn from the Alabama Polytechnic Institute to Auburn University in 1960 and the desegregation of the University in 1964 when Harold Franklin was admitted as the first African American student.  The photos cover Draughon's life from a 1925 scene where he was serving as a teacher at Sumter County High School in 1925 through his retirement.

         See the "What's New" link ( http://www.lib.auburn.edu/whatsnew/ ) as of February 28 for more information.

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

      Tim Dodge
      History and Political Science Subject Specialist Reference Department Ralph Brown Draughon Library
      231 Mell St.
      Auburn University, AL 36849-5606

      E-mail:  dodgeti@...
      Tel. (334) 844-1729
      Fax:  (334) 844-7751


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