LONG (WALTER EWING) LANTERN SLIDES, UNDATED
Title: Walter Ewing Long lantern slides
Accession Number(s): 2007-010
Extent: 15 glass lantern slides
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Austin Seminary Archives at the Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
Biographical Note: Walter Ewing Long (1886-1973) was a prominent businessman and civic leader in Austin, Texas. He served as the President of Presbyterian Work at the University of Texas from 1912-1913, and was very involved with the University Presbyterian Church in Austin. In 1924, Long created the “Century Class,” a group capped at 100 students that participated in a Sunday School fellowship program under Long’s guidance.
Scope and Contents: Fifteen glass lantern slides, apparently from a slide show about the life of W. E. Long. Possibly created by the University Presbyterian Church. Slides measure 4” X 3.125”.
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Long, Walter Ewing.
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Preferred Citation: Walter Ewing Long lantern slides, undated, Austin Seminary Archives, Stitt Library, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
||“Intimate glimpses into the Life of Walter Ewing Long (From the Family Album),” fifteen glass lantern slides [thirteen photographic, two textual], undated