Hall of Holography - Women

The Hall of Holography Collection was established at Lincoln Memorial University in October 1934 by Dr. John Wesley Hill, Chancellor of the University. The nucleus of the collection was a gift from Dr. Thomas F. Madigan, who had spent over 20 years collecting and selling autographs. After Dr. Hill's death, Dr. Robert Stanley McCordock, of the Department of History and Citizenship, took responsibility for the collection and its expansion, assisted for several years by Audrey Coulter, class of 1939. Under Dr. McCordock's leadership the collection grew to include items from over 1300 people, all of whom were identified and contacted without today's convenience of the Internet.

These women are not only some of the most influential and promonate people, they are the driving force behind change and progression. Their achievements range from entertainment spectacles to political prestige on the grandest of scales. Each one of these women in their own right deserve commeration for their accompliments.

This exhibit was created by Kyle Norris Winter 2012 as part of his museum internship.

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Hall of Holography - Women