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Ada May Dinkleman Scrapbook



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Ada May Dinkleman Scrapbook, 1908-1911 | Berea College Special Collections and Archives Catalog

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ID: RG 09/9.64

Extent: 1.0 Boxes (General)

Subjects: Appalachian Region., Berea, (Ky.), Berea College, Berea College -- Faculty

Languages: English


Ada M. Dinkleman was born on May 22, 1881, in Madisonville (Hamilton County), Ohio.  She graduated from Denison in Ohio and taught at Berea from approximately 1908-1911.  in 1912, Dinkleman married Emil Bracker, who had served as the acting superintendent of the College gardens and forests during the same time that Dinkleman was faculty at Berea.  Dinkleman died in January, 1984 in Illinois.

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Scrapbook of Ada M. Dinkleman who served on the faculty of Berea College during 1908-1911.

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Appalachian Region.
Berea, (Ky.)
Berea College
Berea College -- Faculty

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Repository: Berea College Special Collections and Archives Catalog

Access Restrictions: Records can be accessed through the Reading Room, Berea College Special Collections and Archives, Hutchins Library, Berea College.

Use Restrictions: There are no restrictions on the collection other than federal copyright regulations.

Preferred Citation: (Item), RG 9/9.64: Ada M. Dinkleman Scrapbook.  Berea College Special Collections and Archives, Berea, Ky.

Processing Information: The processed and finding aid created by Lori Myers-Steele, Collections Archivist, in August 2017.

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Inside cover shows address as being "Boone Tavern, Berea, KY." Includes: Photographs of Caves, Berea, Ky, with Dr. Palmer, Mr. Gamble, Evang. Singer, Dr. Torrey, Mr. Ogg; "The Berea Baseball Nine and Manager Flaneray" (names provided); Grace Baker; "Mr. Cartmell's Force" (names provided); Ladies' Reception Room, Boone Tavern; "My Room" Boone Tavern #9; Berea Campus Commencement Day June 1910; President Frost, Emil Bracker, and Berea College Forestors; "A Berea Bunch at Uncle Tom's Cabin;" Mountain Cabin, Cowbell Hollow; Carnegie Library; Miss Corwin and Library Staff; The Pigg Family at Cabin; group of mountain girls; "A Mountain Laundry;" Grinding Day at Mountain Sawmill; a "Baptism" in the Kentucky mountains; Hackling flax in the Kentucky mountains; a mountain school and students; Professor Lewis' Babies; Dr. Thomson, Pastor of Union Church; Boone Tavern from front; Professer Faulkner family; President Frost; Bridge over Silver Creek; Marie Steger and Delphine Gunker; Bachelor Maid's Sitting Room, Estill Street; Utile Dulce production of The Princess, actors (names given); "The Giddy Faculty" Freda Rosche, Annie Murray, Dinkleman, Myrna Walker, Ada Phillips; "The Table" (minus Mr. Church) Misses' Parke, Hatcher, Eyler, Raymond, Bush, Murray, Evans, Boatright, Dinkleman; Mountain Day at Bear Knob, group photographs with some names; Muleriding at the Bungalow, Robe's Mountain, eating watermelon, Bungalow party, at the bungalow; on way to choir practice; back from Boone Gap; Rock's House, Robe's Mountain; Collegiate Department, Berea College in front of Carnegie Library (Dinkleman sitting in front row); and East Pinnacle, Cowbell Hollow; Center and Main Street; "The Registrar's Force" (with names); "A Few of my Mountain Girls, Sixth Grade S.S. Class;" Henry McClanahan and Ben Hollander in front of Parsons's Hall; Geology Excursion; mule back riding; Frank Lavernia of Havan, Cuba; other.

Non-Berea related images include: Midway Cemetery (Georgia?), "negro graves;" Denison College campus, classmates and events; Georgia, near LeConte Plantation and Dorchester, ex-slaves and families; Doo Die landing and Camp Doo Die; Madisonville, Ohio; family; Seminary Campus, Denison; Granville, Ohio; Bracker with Indian brand motorcycle; Roselawn Farm, Hillsdale, Ill; Oregon Coast; "a Bathing Suit Party;" Savannah, Georgia; and Thebes, Georgia and Dorchester Academy.

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