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Kitchin was president of Wake Forest College, 1930-1950. Collection includes biographical materials, photographs, speeches, and articles.

Biographical and Historical Note

Born in Scotland Neck, NC in 1885, Kitchin received his B.A. degree from Wake Forest College in 1905. He then studied at the  University of North Carolina for one year, received the M.D. degree from  Jefferson Medical College in 1908. He practiced medicine at Lumberton, NC, 1908-10, and Scotland Neck, 1910-17. His brother, William Walton Kitchin, served as governor of North Carolina, with his father and another brother serving in the United States Congress.

Kitchin joined the faculty of the Wake Forest School of Medicine in 1917 as professor of physiology and pharmacology. He became dean of the medical school in 1919, and president of the college in 1930. He served as dean until 1936, and as president until his retirement in 1950. His administration brought tremendous changes to the college.

Kitchin was also president of the North Carolina Medical Association, 1928-29, and was active in numerous medical and educational organizations. He was the author on several books in the medical field.

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Collection Overview

Collection in includes biographical materials, photographs, speeches and articles.

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Collection Inventory

  • Biographical Materials / Box 1
    • Biographical Data, (1930-1950, n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 1
    • Retirement from administrative duties, , (Press Release). (Apr. 30, 1950) / Box 1 Folder 2
    • Weatherman, Ron, "Dr. Kitchin: President, Physician" ,  The Student, (Spring, 1950.) / Box 1 Folder 3
    • Memorial Service
      • Addresses by A.C. Reid,  Wingate M. Johnson, Wake Forest College Chapel, Wake Forest, North Carolina, (Nov. 2, 1955.) / Box 1 Folder 4
      • At the Graveside, Scotland Neck, North Carolina, (Aug. 29, 1955.) / Box 1 Folder 5
  • Correspondence
    • Bailey, Josiah William, (1929.) / Box 1 Folder 6
    • Carlyle, Irving E., (1940.) / Box 1 Folder 7
    • Cunningham, John R., (1947.) / Box 1 Folder 8
    • D, 1940. / Box 1 Folder 9
    • Deane, Charles Bennett, (1930.) / Box 1 Folder 10
    • Denmark Loan Fund: The Masonic Loan Fund, (1940.) / Box 1 Folder 11
    • Maddry, Charles E., (Centennial Funds Campaign), (1930-32.) / Box 1 Folder 12
    • Olive, Eugene, (1954-55.) / Box 1 Folder 13
    • P, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 14
    • Poteat, William Louis, (1931-33.) / Box 1 Folder 15
    • Smith, Henry Louis, (1915.) / Box 1 Folder 16
    • Veterans Administration, Washington, D.C., (1944-47.) / Box 1 Folder 17
  • Financial Documents
    • Financial Notes, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 18
    • Loyalty Building Fund, Expenses, (1929-32.) / Box 1 Folder 19
  • Writings
    • "Case of Ideosyncrasy to Acetylsalicilic Acid" .  Journal of the American Medical Association. Vol. 74, (Mar. 27, 1920.) / Box 1 Folder 20
    • "Doctor Johnson as Student and College" .  Bulletin of Wake Forest College, Vol. 33, (Nov. 4, Nov. 1928.) / Box 1 Folder 21
    • Doctors in Other Fields: New World. Journal of Southern Medicine and Surgery, (1938-39.) / Box 1 Folder 22
    • [Economic Problems of Medicine], (n.-., n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 23
    • [Education], (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 24
    • Father-Son Relationship, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, (Feb. 21, 1939.) / Box 1 Folder 25
    • Feebleminded Problems of North Carolina., (Aug. 1926.) / Box 1 Folder 26
    • "Fewer Doctors?" The  News and Observer, Raleigh, North Carolina, (Oct. 2, 1935.) / Box 1 Folder 27
    • Joseph, (Sept. 17, 1942.) / Box 1 Folder 28
    • Medical Society of the State of North Carolina. Southern Medicine and Surgery, (Jan. 29, 1929.) / Box 1 Folder 29
    • My Impressions of Germany. [Drafts], (Oct. 13, 1933.) / Box 1 Folder 30
    • North Carolina Baptists and Education, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 31
    • Pastor Counselling in Matters of Mental Health, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 32
    • [Physicians Biographical Sketches], (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 33
    • Poetry. [You Are What You Think You Are], (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 34
    • "Record of Facts for the Historian" . The  Catawba News Enterprise, Newton, North Carolina, (May 12, 1931.) / Box 1 Folder 35
    • Southern Baptist Schools, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 36
    • Story of a Famous Skull, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 37
    • Sunday School lessons, (1943-44.) / Box 1 Folder 38
    • World Ministry of the Modern Christian, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 39
    • Review: Doctor and Citizenship, Clippings, (1929.) / Box 1 Folder 40
    • Other Authors
      • Bundy, Harvery H. Address Delivered Before The Freshmen Class, Yale Univ., (July 4, 1942.) / Box 1 Folder 41
      • Cox, Ignatius W., Intergral Education and Necessary Inbreeding, N.Y.: Fordham Univ. Press. (1934.) / Box 1 Folder 42
      • Kipling, Rudyard, If, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 43
      • Kipling, Rudyard, Prodigal Son (Western Version), (1885-1932.) / Box 1 Folder 44
      • Levinson, Abraham, Cerebrospinal Fluid in Health and In Disease, St. Louis, Mo., (1923.) / Box 1 Folder 45
      • Mullins, E.Y., Baptist Conception, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 46
      • Olive, Eugene, Guidance for a Time of Groping. Wake Forest College, (May 23, 1943.) / Box 1 Folder 47
      • Sims, [Christian Education], (July 1943.) / Box 1 Folder 48
  • Pictorial Materials
    • Bowman Gray Family (Bo, Chris, Bobby, Lyons, Randy), (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 49
    • Alumni meeting, Hickory, North Carolina Catawba County Chapter. (N.E. Wright, Eugene Olive, Thurman D. Kitchin, Nr. and Mrs. L.M. Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Young), (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 50
    • Kitchin, Reba Clark (wife), (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 51
    • Kitchin, Thurman D.
      • Alumni News, (Sept, 1930, dated 1905.) / Box 1 Folder 52
      • At a meeting, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 53
      • At his desk, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 54
      • In a garden, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 55
      • Laughing, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 56
      • On the phone, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 57
      • Seated, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 58
      • Portraits, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 59-61
      • With Dean Bryan and Murray Greason, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 62
      • With Coy C. Carpenter, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 63
      • With Harold W. Tribble, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 64
      • With Honorary Degree recipient / Box 1 Folder 65
      • With William L. Poteat and other faculty, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 66
  • Addresses and Speeches
    • Alumni Addresses
      • Lumberton, North Carolina, (1938 and 1934.) / Box 1 Folder 67-68
      • Pinehurst, North Carolina, (1940.) / Box 1 Folder 69
      • Greensboro, North Carolina, (Mar. 7, 1941.) / Box 1 Folder 70
      • Enfield, North Carolina, (Oct. 22, 1941.) / Box 1 Folder 71
      • High Point, North Carolina, (Nov. 18, 1942.) / Box 1 Folder 72
      • Wilmington, North Carolina, (Apr. 29, 1945.) / Box 1 Folder 73
      • Raleigh, North Carolina, (Sept. 11, 1945.) / Box 1 Folder 74
      • Salemburg, North Carolina, (May 31, 1946.) / Box 1 Folder 75
    • Alumni Banquets
      • Pinehurst, North Carolina, (May 14, 1940.) / Box 1 Folder 76
      • Durham, North Carolina, (Mar. 20, 1941.) / Box 1 Folder 77
      • Aulander, North Carolina, (1941 and 1942.) / Box 1 Folder 78
      • Charlotte, North Carolina, (Nov. 15, 1944.) / Box 1 Folder 79
      • Raleigh, North Carolina (Nov. 14, 1945.) / Box 1 Folder 80
    • Commencement. Gardner-Webb College, (May 31, 1943.) / Box 1 Folder 81
    • Courage. (Graduating Class), (1933.) / Box 1 Folder 82
    • Doctor's Obligations, University of Tennessee, Memphis, (Sept. 29, 1941.) / Box 1 Folder 83
    • Dr. [J.M.H.] Rowland, Man and Doctor. Address at the portrait presentation, (Dec. 18, 1936.) / Box 1 Folder 84
    • Lay Control of Medicine. Address. Guilford County Medical Society, Greensboro, ; and Southern Medicine and Surgery, (Jan. 3, 1929 Feb. 1929.) / Box 1 Folder 85
    • Lehigh University Inauguration, (Oct. 20, 1946.) / Box 1 Folder 86
    • Medicine and Public Health. Medical Society of North Carolina Wrightsville Bearc, (June 16, 1926.) / Box 1 Folder 87
    • [Members of the Class of 1935.] / Box 1 Folder 88
    • [Members of the Class of 1938.] / Box 1 Folder 89
    • [Members of the Class of 1940.], Roxboro, North Carolina, (May 15, 1949.) / Box 1 Folder 90
    • National Assoc. of Private Psychiatric Hospitals. Richmond, Virginia, (May 7, 1941.) / Box 1 Folder 91
    • Our Baptist Heritage. Founder's Day, Meredith College, (Feb. 5, 1932.) / Box 1 Folder 92
    • Pastor Counselling in Mattes of Mental Health. North Carolina North Carolina Baptist Pastor's Conference, Charlotte, (Nov. 18. 1940.) / Box 1 Folder 93
    • Physician's Part in Health Education. President's address to the 6th Dist. Medical Society of North Carolina Durham, (Dec. 2, 1926.) / Box 1 Folder 94
    • Pituitary Extract in the Management of Labor. North Carolina North Carolina Medical Society, Pinehurst, ; Charlotte Medical Journal, (Apr. 16, 1919 June 1919.) / Box 1 Folder 95
    • Relation of Religion and Medicine. Education Commision (Southern Baptist Convention), Ridgecrest, North Carolina, (Aug. 19, 1938.) / Box 1 Folder 96
    • [Roxboro, North Carolina High School Commencement address], (May 15, 1940.) / Box 1 Folder 97
    • State College #x201C;Golden Chain.#x201D; (May 19, 1938.) / Box 1 Folder 98
    • University of Tennessee-Memphis address, (Sept. 29, 1941.) / Box 1 Folder 99
    • Formal Opening Speeches, (19940-41; 1942; 1945; 1947.) / Box 1 Folder 100
    • [Presentation of Senator Lee Gravely]. Eastern Carolina Sanatorium, Wilson, North Carolina, (Oct. 1942.) / Box 1 Folder 101
    • Vital speeches notes of others, (1938-40.) / Box 1 Folder 102
    • Welcome. Clemson Football Team, (Nov. 4, 1944.) / Box 1 Folder 103
    • Baptist Men, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, (Apr. 12, 1938.) / Box 1 Folder 104
    • Baptist Student Union Conv., Durham, (Nov. 2, 1941.) / Box 1 Folder 105
    • Baptist State Convention, Charlotte, (Nov. 17, 1948.) / Box 1 Folder 106
    • Campbell College. Pre-medical education, (1937.) / Box 1 Folder 107
    • [Pre-medical students], (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 108
    • [Christian Education], Tarboro, North Carolina (Nov. 25, 1945.) / Box 1 Folder 109
    • Christian Evaluation of Personality, Raleigh, North Carolina, (Apr. 11, 1943.) / Box 1 Folder 110
    • Concord, North Carolina Rotary, (June 3, 1942.) / Box 1 Folder 111
    • Convention Alumni meeting, (Nov. 14, 1945.) / Box 1 Folder 112
    • Davidson College. Convocation, (Apr. 30, 1947.) / Box 1 Folder 113
    • [Courage], Tabernacle Baptist Church, Raleigh, North Carolina (Apr. 25, 1943.) / Box 1 Folder 114
    • [Doctors of Today: Members of the Class of 1939, Charleston Medical School?, Charleston, South Carolina, (June 1, 1939.) / Box 1 Folder 115
    • [Election of Eugene as Pastor], (Sept. 1, 1940.) / Box 1 Folder 116
    • [Enlistment in Church Life and Work], (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 117
    • Fellowship in the Service of Christ, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, (Apr, 1941.) / Box 1 Folder 118
    • [Fraternity with Men of Insight and Courage], Chapel Hill, North Carolina (Apr. 4, 1942.) / Box 1 Folder 119
    • Funeral of Richard K. Hollman, (Nov. 22, 1940.) / Box 1 Folder 120
    • Funeral of A.E. Tate, (Mar. 23, 1940.) / Box 1 Folder 121
    • Gardner-Webb College
      • Commencement, (May 31, 1943.) / Box 1 Folder 122
      • Inauguration, (May 6, 1944.) / Box 1 Folder 123
    • Chowan College. Greetings, (May 13, 1949.) / Box 1 Folder 124
    • Henderson (North Carolina) Rotary Club, (July 24, 1945.) / Box 1 Folder 125
    • Jefferson and the South, (n.d.) / Box 1 Folder 126
    • [Kannapolis, North Carolina] Talk, (June 3, 1942.) / Box 1 Folder 127
    • Man, Fearfully and Wonderfully Made, Shelby, North Carolina, (1930.) / Box 1 Folder 128
    • Mars Hill College, Mars Hill, North Carolina
      • Inauguration (Blackwell), (Oct. 15, 1938.) / Box 1 Folder 129
      • Science Building. Dedication, (Oct. 12, 1940.) / Box 1 Folder 130
    • Medical Alumni, Pinehurst, North Carolina, (May 3, 1938.) / Box 1 Folder 133
    • [Mental Health], Richmond, Virginia, (May 7, 1941.) / Box 1 Folder 134
    • Minister and the Sick. Raleigh Baptist Association North Carolina Pastor's Conference, (June 14, 1948.) / Box 1 Folder 135
    • Ministerial Conference, Tarboro, North Carolina, (Mar. 11, 1940.) / Box 1 Folder 136
  • Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, North Carolina / Box 2
    • Commencement addresses
      • [Members of the Graduating Class]: ([1936]; Dec. 20, 1943; Jun. 17, 1945; Mar. 24, 1946; Dec. 15, 1946; Dec. 14-15, 1947; Dec. 19, 1948.) / Box 2 Folder 156-62
      • Graylyn Dedication as the Psychiatric Unit of the Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Opening Remarks, (Sept. 19, 1947.) / Box 2 Folder 163
      • [Trends in Medical Education], (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 164
    • Course Notes
      • History of Medicine, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 165-66
      • Physiology vs. Respiration, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 167
    • Introductions
      • Hoey, Clyde R., Governor, (Jun., 1945.) / Box 2 Folder 168
      • Martin, Sanford, (Sept. 11, 1941.) / Box 2 Folder 169
    • Reports
      • Baptist Hospital and Medical School, Raleigh Association, Zebulon, (Oct. 29, 1942.) / Box 2 Folder 170
      • Preliminary Draft of Dean's Report, (1945.) / Box 2 Folder 171
    • Speeches and Addresses
      • Banquet, (Apr. 16, 1941; n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 172-73
      • Campaign Dinner, (Apr. 5, 1948.) / Box 2 Folder 174
      • Corner-stone Laying, New Medical School, (Apr. 16, 1941.) / Box 2 Folder 175
      • County Medical Society, Raleigh, North Carolina, (Jan. 14, 1937.) / Box 2 Folder 176
      • Formal Opening, (Sept. 11, 1941.) / Box 2 Folder 177
      • Foundations of a Medical Center, (Apr. 5, 1940.) / Box 2 Folder 178
      • Groundbreaking, (Apr. 5, 1940.) / Box 2 Folder 179
      • [If You Can't Conquer Adjust], (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 180
      • Man and Doctor, (Dec. 17, 1936.) / Box 2 Folder 181
      • Medical Education As Christian Education, (Nov. 21, 1939.) / Box 2 Folder 182
      • Medical Ethics, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 183
      • Medical School May Be Moved, , The News and Observer, (Nov. 14, 1929 November 14, 1929.) / Box 2 Folder 184
      • [Ministry of Healing In the North Carolina Baptist Hospital], (Sept. 28, 1939.) / Box 2 Folder 185
      • Pastoral Counseling, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 186
      • Physician's Relation to the Public, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 187
      • Physiology and Medicine, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 188
      • Plowing Up Doctors, The News and Observer, (Oct. 1, 1935.) / Box 2 Folder 189
      • Preacher and Doctor, (Mar. 17, 1937.) / Box 2 Folder 190
      • State Medical Society, Raleigh, North Carolina, (May 11, 1943.) / Box 2 Folder 191
      • [We Are Bought With a Price], (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 192
  • Wake Forest College, Wake Forest, North Carolina
    • Addresses
      • Baccalaureate Addresses
        • Change and Stability, (Jun. 5, 1935.) / Box 2 Folder 193
        • Education and Crisis, (Jun. 2, 1941.) / Box 2 Folder 194
        • [Members of the Graduating Class], (May 25, 1942; May 24, 1943; May 28, 1945; Jun. 3, 1946; Jun. 2, 1947; Aug. 6, 1948; May 30, 1949.) / Box 2 Folder 195-01
      • Baptist State Convention Address
        • Mission of Truth in the World, Wake Forest, North Carolina, (Nov. 13, 1930.) / Box 2 Folder 202
      • Commencement Program Notes and Addresses
        • [Members of the Graduating Class], (Aug. 10, 1934; 1939; Summer Sessions, 1940-41; 1942; Summer Session, 1942; Jan. 23, 1943; Summer Session, 1943-Dec 11, 1943; Summer Session, Aug. 11, 1945; Aug. 10, 1946; Aug. 8, 1947; Jun. 5, 1950.) / Box 2 Folder 203-14
      • Founder's Day Address: [Wake Forest College Celebrates its 106th Birthday], (Feb. 1, 1940.) / Box 2 Folder 215
      • Radio Addresses
        • Story of Wake Forest, (Mar. 14, 1947.) / Box 2 Folder 216
        • [Essential Nature and Spirit of Wake Forest College], (Sept. 24, 1948.) / Box 2 Folder 217
        • [Wake Forest College Move to Winston-Salem, North Carolina], (May 30, 1950.) / Box 2 Folder 218
      • Miscellaneous Notes, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 219
      • Chapel Talks
        • [Abolishing Hazing at Wake Forest], (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 220
        • [Changes at the College], (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 221
        • [Changing Circumstances in the Life of the College], (Sept. 16, 1946.) / Box 2 Folder 222
        • Chapel, (July 29, 1943.) / Box 2 Folder 223
        • Chapel Building, (Jun. 6, 1940.) / Box 2 Folder 224
        • [Christianity], (Dec. 9, 1942; Dec. 12, 1947.) / Box 2 Folder 225
        • Christmas Chapel Talk, (Dec. 15, 1944.) / Box 2 Folder 226
        • [College Development], (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 227
        • [Considerations in Choosing a Vocation], (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 228
        • Convocation to Confer Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws to Henry H. Lin, (Jun. 12, 1947.) / Box 2 Folder 229
        • Dedications
          • Donald L. Pfohl Memorial Chimes, (n.d) / Box 2 Folder 230
          • Simmons Art Collection, (Jun. 2, 1941.) / Box 2 Folder 231
        • [Education at its Best], (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 232
        • Freshmen, (Outline), (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 233
        • Friends of the Wake Forest College Library, (May 20, 1938.) / Box 2 Folder 234
        • [Future of Denominational Institutions], (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 235
        • [Good Health], (Fall, 1937.) / Box 2 Folder 236
        • [Guests of Wake Forest], (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 237
        • [Gymnasium adequate to our Needs], (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 238
        • Importance of the Ordinary, (Mar. 11, 1942.) / Box 2 Folder 239
        • Institutions of Higher Learning and Denominational Life, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 240
        • [Keeping the Wolf from the Door], (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 241
        • Life Expectancy, (Feb. 1940.) / Box 2 Folder 242
        • Memorial Service for War Casualties, Pi Kappa Alpha, (Apr. 25, 1948.) / Box 2 Folder 243
        • Ministerial Conference, (Feb. 8, 1944.) / Box 2 Folder 244
        • Need of an Adequate Chapel, (May, 1941.) / Box 2 Folder 245
        • [Nicholas Copernicus], (Feb. 24, 1943.) / Box 2 Folder 246
        • [No Sense of Defeatism], (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 247
        • Prayer, Chapel Service, ([Apr. 23, 1946]?) / Box 2 Folder 248
        • [Preservation of Health as a Duty], (Feb. 25, 1948.) / Box 2 Folder 249
        • Religion of a Layman, Wilmington, North Carolina, (Feb. 8, 1940.) / Box 2 Folder 250
        • Special Chapel Exercises, (Dec. 10, 1941.) / Box 2 Folder 251
        • State College #x201C;Golden Chain#x201D;, (May 19, 1938.) / Box 2 Folder 252
        • Student Conference, (Mar. 17, 1943.) / Box 2 Folder 253
        • [Temptation], (Jan. 1941.) / Box 2 Folder 254
        • Value of a Wholesome Religious Outlook in Developing and Maintaining Mental Health, (Mar. 1, 1946.) / Box 2 Folder 255
        • Value of the Church in the Modern World, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 256
        • Veterans Club, (Mar. 13, 1946.) / Box 2 Folder 257
        • [Wake Forest Chapel], (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 258
        • [War of Conflicting Emotions Within Us], (Jan. 30, 1946.) / Box 2 Folder 259
        • We Go to College, , Biblical Recorder, Vol. 114, No. 43, (Sept. 22, 1948 Oct. 27, 1948.) / Box 2 Folder 260
        • Why Chapel, (Sept. 22, 1948.) / Box 2 Folder 261
      • Introductions of
        • William S. Abernethy, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 263
        • Josiah William Bailey, Senator, (Jun. 2, 1941; n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 264-65
        • Sankey L. Blanton, Dr., (Sept. 17, 1948.) / Box 2 Folder 266
        • Willis J. Brodgen, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 267
        • J.M. Broughton, (Apr. 16, 1942.) / Box 2 Folder 268
        • Josephus Daniels, Ambassador, (Nov. 16, 1941.) / Box 2 Folder 269
        • Paul Harrison, Dr., (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 270
        • Johnson J. Hayes, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 271
        • J. Henry Highsmith, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 272
        • Clyde R. Hoey, (Sept. 30, 1940.) / Box 2 Folder 273
        • M.A. Huggins, Clyde Turner, Columbus Durham, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 274
        • Robert Lee Humber, (Dec. 12, 1947.) / Box 2 Folder 275
        • Edwin McNeill Poteat, (Oct. 29, 1945.) / Box 2 Folder 276
      • College as a Happy Home, (1941-42.) / Box 2 Folder 277
      • Hipps, John Burder, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 278
      • Non-resident Members of the Monogram Club, (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 279
      • Opening of Broadcasting Station Wake, (Apr. 19, 1948.) / Box 2 Folder 280
      • Pastors School, (Jun. 4, 1945.) / Box 2 Folder 281
      • Stealey, S.L., Dr., (Sept. 11, 1941.) / Box 2 Folder 282
      • [Welcome], (Sept. 12, 1932.) / Box 2 Folder 283
      • [Welcome Parents and Friends], (n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 284
      • Welcome to Freshmen, (Sept. 9, 1947; Sept. 13, 1948.) / Box 2 Folder 285-86
      • [Welcoming Veterans to the Campus], (Apr. 16, 1945; Mar. 3-8, 1946; Feb. 1-8, 1948.) / Box 2 Folder 287
    • Speeches (Others)
      • Contributions Made by the Sons of Wake Forest College, Henderson, North Carolina, (Oct. 23, 1946.) / Box 2 Folder 288
      • Enlargement Luncheon Meeting, Durham, North Carolina, (Jul. 20, 1945.) / Box 2 Folder 289
      • Essentials in Student Development: #x201C;Christian Purpose#x201D;, Asheville, North Carolina, (Aug. 15, 1939.) / Box 2 Folder 290
      • Faculty Club of Wake Forest College, Southern Medicine, and Surgery, (Jun. 1928.) / Box 2 Folder 291
      • Functions of a Christian College, Leaksville Baptist Church, (1939.) / Box 2 Folder 292
      • [Great Football Game], Charlotte, North Carolina, (Nov. 28, 1940.) / Box 2 Folder 293
      • Homecoming - Duke vs. Wake Forest, (Oct. 13, 1945.) / Box 2 Folder 294
      • [Kinship of Wake Forest College and Coker College], Hartsville, South Carolina, (Dec. 1, 1936.) / Box 2 Folder 295
      • Ministerial Conference, Wake Forest College, and at Ministers Tar River Association Meeting, Oxford, North Carolina, (Feb. 8, 1944 Mar. 15, 1948.) / Box 2 Folder 296
      • Notes, (1932-44.) / Box 2 Folder 297
      • Report to the Baptist State Convention: Charlotte, North Carolina, (1940.) / Box 2 Folder 298
      • Wake Forest College, North Carolina, and High Point, North Carolina, (1942.) / Box 2 Folder 299
      • [Wake Forest College and the Enlargement Program], Durham, North Carolina (Dec. 3, 1943.) / Box 2 Folder 300
      • Wake Forest Football Team, Charlotte, North Carolina, (Nov. 28, 1940, n.d.) / Box 2 Folder 301

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Summary Information

Repository
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives
Creator
Kitchin, Thurman Delna, 1885-1955
Title
Thurman Delna Kitchin papers
ID
MS454
Date
ca. 1915-1955
Extent
3.0 linear feet 2 Banker's boxes
General Physical Description note
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Administrative Information

Publication Information
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives 2004
Access Restrictions
Collection is open. 
Copyright Notice
Copyright for materials resides with the creators of the items in question or their descendants, unless otherwise designated. Users of this collection are responsible for using the materials in conformance with U.S. copyright law. 
Acquisitions Information
Gift from Dr. William Walton Kitchin [Son], 505 Coharie Drive, Clinton, North Carolina, Feb. 17, 1992. 
Processing Information
Processed by John Woodard. Encoded by Apex, April, 2005. Funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and the federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA), with support provided through North Carolina ECHO
Preferred Citation
MS 454, Thurman Delna Kitchin Papers, ca. 1915-1955, Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA. 

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