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Edna Lynch Prints Collection

Identifier: 2021.001


The Edna Lynch Prints Collection features framed prints donated by George E. Campbell in memory of his mother, Edna Mae Campbell nee Lynch.


  • 1984 and 1986

Conditions Governing Use

Use of materials in this collection are subject to the guidelines of the University Archives & Special Collections of Lincoln Memorial University. Copyright restrictions may apply.

Biographical Abstract

Edna Mae Lynch (Campbell) was a graduate of the Claiborne County High School class of 1931. Shortly after graduation, she attended Lincoln Memorial University from September 1931 through May 1933. Though she didn’t complete a degree, she later returned in the summer of 1950 to complete four courses for a teacher certification.

Additional information about Mrs. Edna L. Campbell was provided by her son, George Edward Campbell; she taught within the Claiborne County School system for a time before she later went to the University of Tennessee Dental School and graduated with a dental hygiene degree. During a time from 1960-1961, she also served as President of the TN Dental Hygiene Association.


1 Oversized Map Case Drawer

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Physical Location

Lincoln Memorial University Carnegie-Vincent Library, 2nd Floor, University Archives, Oversized Map Case Drawer A.2

Condition Description

Edna Lynch Prints Collection
Rachel Motes
2021 May 17
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Repository Details

Part of the University Archives and Special Collections Repository

Lincoln Memorial Univesity
Carnegie-Vincent Library
6965 Cumberland Gap Parkway
Harrogate Tennessee 37752 United States