The photographs of the William & Mary campus and people were identified by the donor and include: a group in front of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity house, 2 photos of a group in front of the Pi Beta sorority house, the Chemistry Society or Mortar Board, 3 photos of an unidentified event in the Sunken Garden, Wren Building, President's House, Monroe Hall Dormitory, Governor's Palace, Capitol Building, greenhouses under construction, Sorority Court including the Pi Phi house, and student Clover Johnson (class of 1938) in a canoe on Lake Matoaka. Some of the photographs include notes written on the reverse side. The photographs belonged to Edmund Keiter (class of 1938) and Carol Gouldman Keiter (class of 1937).
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Received by the donor from his parents.
Gift of John W. Keiter
Accessioned by Amy C. Schindler, University Archivist, on November 22, 2013.
Part of the Special Collections Research Center Repository