Twenty-seven photographs and four newspaper clippings belonging to Emily Harrell Lynch, William & Mary class of 1942. Typical student activities are documented include sports such as football and Homecoming Parades, May Day, Christmas, initiations, college buildings, and other typical college activities. Box 1 contains the newspaper clippings and box 2 contains the photographs.
Acc. 2012.337 includes a photograph of Lynch, Dorothy Griffin, Frances Poarch, and Harriet Murray, a copy of "Outline of the History of Mathematics" and a mathematics test, and printed material relating to Lynch's graduation in 1942.
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William & Mary student (1938-1942). Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .
One gray, green, and gold duc cap, circa 1938, is housed and described in the University Archives Artifact Collection.
See various subject files under Athletics--Indian Symbolism and Athletics--Football in the University Archives Subject File Collection.
1908 and 1909 Colonial Echoes and 1941 Course Catalog transferred to the education collection.
One gray, green, and gold duc cap, circa 1938, was separated from this collection and is now housed and described in the University Archives Artifact Collection. 1908 and 1909 Colonial Echoes and 1941 Course Catalog transferred to the education collection.
Acc. 2012.337 accessioned and minimally processed by Benjamin Bromley in October 2012.
Emily Harrell Lynch Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Earl Gregg Swem Library, College of William and Mary. https://scrcguides.libraries.wm.edu/repositories/2/resources/3861 Accessed March 04, 2021.