Papers, 1882-1964.


Papers, 1882-1964.

Personal and family papers, correspondence, writings, academic essays and coursework, materials concerning organizations with which Trenholm was affiliated, correspondence and other documents relating to the National Association of Teachers in Colored Schools and the American Teachers Association, transcriptions of reports by Alabama superintendents of education (1871-1927), printed materials relating to Alabama State College (earlier known during Trenholm's tenure as State Normal School for Colored Students, State Teachers College, and Alabama State College for Negroes), financial papers, photographs, diaries and appointment books, and memorabilia relating chiefly to Trenholm's academic career and his involvement with numerous educational organizations, particularly teacher-training institutes.

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