College of William and Mary. Dept. of History
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: UA 5.117
Scope and Contents Copy of a term paper written by Walter Randolph Beales III and titled "Mr. Munford of Mecklenburg: The Political Biography of a Colonial Virginia Burgess." The paper was written for Professor Thaddeus Tate's History 403 course in January 1965.
Identifier: UA 38
Scope and Contents Acc. 1985.010: Graduate Program Evaluations, 1975-1990. This accession includes evaluations conducted by a Review Committee and external consultants, along with comments from the departments under review. Acc. 1987.008: Minutes of the Committee on Faculty Research, 1968- Acc. 1991.056: Graduate Student Surveys, 1990. This accession contains a blank copy of the survey form given out by the Dean of Graduate Studies, a copy of the final report, and forms filled out...
Identifier: 00/06/UA 6.076
Scope and Contents This collection consists of two boxes of material created and collected by Judith Ewell, a professor of History at the College of William and Mary between 1971 and 2004. It includes papers Ewell wrote in college and graduate school; conference papers and programs; teaching materials from her year as a Fulbright Lecturer in Venezuela; correspondence about her publications; and contracts and other administrative material regarding her appointments at William and Mary.
Identifier: 00/02/01/22/UA 41
Scope and Contents The records of the Department of History at the College of William and Mary include course schedules and syllabi, select student papers, select statistics on undergraduate course enrollments and declarations of concentrations (1975-1980), policies and procedures, material produced by various committees, lecture announcements, department newsletter the William and Mary Historian, and other published material.
Identifier: 00/06/UA 6.042
Scope and Contents 1992 Accession: Box 1: Correspondence and memoranda written and received by Johnson as a member of the faculty and chair of the History Department and while serving as a member on several college committees (e.g., Faculty Library; Planning; Continuing Studies; Faculty Affairs; OIEAHC). Box 2: Personal papers, including correspondence, clippings, and material on student advising. Box 3: Standard exam questions used by the History Department. Acc. 2008.164:...
Identifier: UA 5.103
Scope and Contents From the dealer's inventory: "Hardbound with gilt lettering measuring 8.5” x 11.25” 1. The History of The United States, A Series of Lectures in The College of William & Mary, by Ludwell H. Johnson, Ph.D. 1961-196 2. History 417-418 The British Empire, a course of lectures in the College of William & Mary, by Bruce T. McCully, Ph.D. 1962-1963 3. History 406 The United States, 1763-1815, by T.W. Tate, A course of lectures presented in...
Identifier: 01/Mss. 90 M84
Scope and Contents Papers, chiefly 1930-1969, of Richard Lee Morton, professor of history at the College of William and Mary from 1919 to 1959. Series 1 includes personal and professional correspondence, lectures and notes relating to his research on Virginia history, and material relating to his community activities in Williamsburg, Va. Includes correspondence of his wife Estelle (Dinwiddie) Morton, land grants, 1756 and 1774, signed by Robert Dinwiddie and Lord Dunmore, Confederate currency and bonds,...
Identifier: UA 5.049
Scope and Contents This collection contains a student ID card, a button from Family Weekend, as well as E. Strother Murray's personal papers. The papers include notebooks from courses in History, English, Anthropology, and German. The collection also contains orientation materials and a program from "EC 1992 and Beyond," a Public Policy conference at William and Mary in September of 1992. T-shirts that belonged to Murray are part of the University Archives Artifact Collection.
Identifier: UA 150
Scope and Contents Petition from eleven history students and the Department of History at William & Mary to the national office of Phi Alpha Theta (honor society for history), seeking recognition as a chapter. Recognition was granted and the individuals were inducted.
Identifier: UA 6.022
Scope and Contents Primarily Phi Beta Kappa correspondence of Charles Washington Coleman and John Lesslie Hall, both of whom served as Secretary of the Alpha of Virginia chapter. Also includes some meetings of minutes, poems, addresses, and bylaws; a notebook listing "Distinctions awarded in English and in History;" obituaries of Hall; English examinations (questions only)' documents from George Willis Guy about his high school and college course work.