|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Title:||Dolbear Commercial College valedictory speech|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
Dolbear Commercial College was founded in 1832 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Chartered by the Legislature of Louisiana, it served as a business college. According to an 1861 New Orleans city directory, the college was located in the Story building at the corner of Camp Street and Common Street, with entrances on both. The college had both day and evening classes. Rufus Dolbear was its president in 1861.
This valedictory address was written to be delivered at Dolbear Commercial College. The author, date, and location of the college have not been identified. Internal evidence places the college in the South. The author writes of the importance of a commercial school education for the planter and the mechanic, as well as the merchant, and urges the graduates to contribute to the economic recovery of the South.
[item identification], Dolbear Commercial College valedictory speech, MS 953, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Gift of David M. Sherman, 1974.
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|Item 1: Valedictory speech, undated ( 11.0 p. )|