Fayette Avery McKenzie papers, 1915-1926.

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McKenzie, Fayette Avery, b. 1872. Fayette Avery McKenzie papers, 1915-1926.

Fayette Avery McKenzie papers, 1915-1926.

Materials include biographical data; correspondence from alumni, faculty, staff, students, and Board of Trustees members; president's report (1925); financial statements; news clippings; list of donors; pamphlets; and photographs.

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