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Singleton P. Walters

Image of Singleton P. Walters, who was on the first Board of Trustees for Central University

University Building

The University Building, also known as Old Central, is the oldest building on campus and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. A stone marker over the main door records the date, "1874" and Central's motto, "Lex, Rex-Crux, Lux" or…

Turley House
This Queen Anne style house was built in 1893 for Anne Wallace Walters (1830-1903), widow of Singleton P. Walters, one of the principal benefactors of Central University. The house is named after R. E. Turley, Sr. (1863-1933), former member of the…

Blanton House
Blanton House, built in 1886, was named in honor of its first owner and Central University's last chancellor, Lindsey Hughes Blanton (1832-1914). This Italianate style brick house is the only residence still existing from "faculty row" of Central…

Central University Football Team
Group portrait of the Central University Football Team in uniform.

Central University Senior Class.
Photograph containing portraits of the Central University Senior Class. Pictured are: Everett W. Bedinger, Thomas S. Bullock, Jesse T. Cobb, William P. Givens, B.F. Roach, John C. Hibler, Thomas P. Hill, Rankin Mason, Joseph B. Paxton, John Y. Rout,…

Central University Faculty
A group portrait of the Central University Faculty.

Central University Mandolin Club
A group portrait of the Central University Mandolin Club in formal dress with their instruments. Pictured are: Sam Hughes, Earl Smith, Sam Bales, Robinson Bridgeford

Central University Baseball Team
A group portrait of the Central University Baseball team in uniform.

Central University Commissioned Officers
A group portrait of Central University Commissioned Officers in formal dress.

Central University historical marker
Central university historical marker. There is a picture of the unveiling on p. 6 of the Spring 1964 Eastern Alumnus (3.2)