Richard Henry Jones Debate
Scope and Contents
Debate, written and presented by Richard Henry Jones while a student at William & Mary, arguing that marriage is better than bachelorhood.
- Creation: circa 1858-1861
- Jones, Richard Henry (Person)
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Richard Henry Jones attended William & Mary for two years as an academic student and then attended the law school. He died in 1861 after a short illness.
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This item was removed from the Faculty/Alumni File Collection in 2016.
- Guide to the Richard Henry Jones Debate, circa 1858-1861
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English