The Summer School Spectator
This collections contains issues 1, 5, 6, and 7 of Volume 1 of a University of Tennessee newspaper titled The Summer School Spectator. These issues published in 1909. The newspaper contains articles, advertisements, and classifieds pertaining to the Knoxville area.
- 1909 July 6-27
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This collection contains five newspapers from the first volume of The Summer School Spectator. It was printed and published for students while the University of Tennessee operated the Summer School of the South from 1902-1918. Its first issue published in 1909. The newspaper contains articles, advertisements, and classifieds pertaining to the Knoxville area.
The University of Tennessee ran the School of the South in the summer from 1902-1918. In 1909, the newspaper, The Summer School Spectator, was edited by Harley Fowler and published biweekly. During this period in the university's history, it was on the eve of expanding drastically as far as facilities, programs, and land.