Guide to the Interscholastic Prize Speaking Contest, 1912-1939
Collection number: UA 7/4/3
About the Interscholastic Prize Speaking Contest
The Interscholastic Prize Speaking Contest was organized each year by the Alumni Association for high school students in New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts beginning in 1912. The prize money was provided by the class of 1911. The event was designed to bring leading students from secondary schools to the New Hampshire campus to show them the available facilities as well as to encourage forensic activities in the high schools and academies.
About NHC Interscholastic Prize Speaking Contest programs
This series contains programs for the prize speaking contest. Some of the programs have notes indicating the recipients of prizes and or the topics chosen by particular students.
This collection is open.
Copyright is retained by the University of New Hampshire.
[Identification of item], Interscholastic Prize Speaking Contest, 1912-1939, UA 7/4/3, Milne Special
Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.
The programs for 1912-1919 were collected and cataloged by the library. Other programs were added to the collection as they were acquired. The years 1937-39 were transferred from the University Museum and had once been pasted into a scrapbook.
Smyth Prize Essays, UA 7/4/2