Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Walter Ewing Long lantern slides, undated



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Long, Walter Ewing
Title: Walter Ewing Long lantern slides
Dates: undated
Abstract Walter Ewing Long (1886-1973) was a prominent businessman and civic leader in Austin, Texas. The contents include fifteen glass lantern slides, apparently from a slide show about the life of W. E. Long.
Identification: 2007-010
Extent: 15 glass lantern slides
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: Austin Seminary Archives, Stitt Library, 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 Content Note

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”.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

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Index Terms

Personal Names
Long, Walter Ewing.
Genres/Formats
Lantern slides.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Walter Ewing Long lantern slides, undated, Austin Seminary Archives, Stitt Library, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary


Detailed Description of the Collection

Box
B077a “Intimate glimpses into the Life of Walter Ewing Long (From the Family Album),” fifteen glass lantern slides [thirteen photographic, two textual], undated