An Article on the Tennessee Medical College (1892)

Those Persons Entitled to the Charities of Public Institutions Receive the Benefit Editor Journal — In Thursday’s issue appears an article under the title, “The Medical college” which in part is misleading.  The writer evidently intended to direct public attention … Continue reading

Lincoln Memorial University Described in 1908

Tells of Lincoln University.  Representative W. P. Brownlow of Tennessee Talks of Realization of One of Martyred President’s Dreams New York Friday, Dec. 11. — Writing of the Lincoln Memorial University, which the Lincoln Centennial Endowment Fund Committee proposes to … Continue reading

TMC’s History Recapped; new Building Underway; Fall Term Begins (1890)

The Medical College. A Grand new Building now Nearing Completion. Description of the House. There Will Be Well Arranged Lecture Rooms and Laboratories with Amphitheatres and Opera Chairs. Most Flattering Outlook for the College — the Preliminary Session to Begin … Continue reading

TMC’s Success; City Needs a Hospital — Newspaper Editorial in 1890

Knoxville Should Have a Hospital The Tennessee Medical college, now nearing the close of its first session, has been successful beyond the most sanguine expectations of its incorporators and faculty.  There are few medical colleges in the country that started … Continue reading