College of William and Mary.
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: 00/02/01/UA 192
Scope and Contents Acc. 1983.040 contains correspondence regarding the Board of Visitors, primarily from the 1970s. Acc. 1999.045 contains correspondence and reports concerning EEO (1970-1973), the Employee Recognition Award (1973), faculty appointment refusals (1965-1966), case files for David R. Francis (1971) and William R. Langston (1961), and the Law School (1965-1966, 1974). Acc. 2008.114 contains correspondence and reports mostly to Dr. George Healey, Vice President for Academic...
Identifier: UA 250
Identifier: UA 24
Scope and Contents Acc. 1983.074: Student Activity Notebooks, 1936-1948. This accession contains loose-leaf notebooks with the names of female students and the activities they took part in. It also contains newspaper clippings, letters, and programs about women's activities, arranged by year.Acc. 1983.094: Office Records, 1928-1936. This accession includes correspondence and reports. An inventory is available in the Special Collections Research Center.The collection also includes memos,...
Identifier: UA 247
Scope and Contents The collection includes fliers, invitations, and booklets from the Jamestown Celebrations in 1957 and 2007. The collection contains a scrapbook compiled by the staff of the Virginia 350th Anniversary Commission for College of William and Mary President Alvin Duke Chandler of photographs, invitations, and programs and material provided to participants of the World Forum on the Future of Democracy (2007).
Identifier: UA 236
Scope and Contents This collection contains memos about faculty web services, a learning tree, an Informational Technology Task Force, and a strategic plan for the Office of Information Technology at the College of William and Mary.
Identifier: UA 272
Identifier: UA 284
Scope and Contents This collection contains memos regarding the start up of Seminar, a literary journal published by the College of William and Mary. The Seminar was first published in 1956 and ran until 1962, when it was merged with another literary journal, the Royalist. The Royalist in time merged into the present-day William and Mary...