Photograph album, circa 1910-1916, of John Morris Presson (W&M Class of 1916). The album contains photographs of William & Mary's campus, the Virginia Peninsula, and the Blue Ridge Mountains. Included are pictures of President Woodrow Wilson's 1916 visit to campus, the Lord Botetourt statue, male students, the 1916 championship baseball team, Coach Dexter Draper, Bob Newton, as well as campus buildings, including various fraternity houses and the old gymnasium.
The album also includes photographs of unidentified individuals, Jamestown Island, Yorktown, Galax High School, Prentis Park Graded School, and unidentified landscapese.
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John Morris Presson Photograph Album, Special Collections Research Center, Earl Gregg Swem Library, College of William and Mary. https://scrcguides.libraries.wm.edu/repositories/2/resources/1024 Accessed January 21, 2021.