The scrapbook was created by Mary Ella Garrett between 1935-1936. Subjects include: William & Mary athletics (specifically football), Alpha Chi Omega, Colonial Williamsburg, and student life. Included in the scrapbook are newspaper clippings, football programs, Colonial Williamsburg brochures, ephemera, and photographs of Colonial Williamsburg, the William and Mary campus, the Alpha Chi Omega house and members, as well as female students.
The scrapbook is extremely fragile. Each page has been placed in a protective sleeve. Staff assistance may be required to view this item.
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Mary Ella Garrett, of Mascot, Va., graduated from William & Mary in 1935.
1.25 Linear Feet
The scrapbook was donated by Arthur M. Taylor, III on behalf of the Hanover County Historical Society, which acquired the item from the creator's daughter.
Processed by Kim Sims, February 2016.
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