The collection includes two scrapbooks of photographs, postcards, and programs collected by Arthur and H. Leah James while students at the College of William and Mary.
Material concerns student life, athletics, social life, the D.W. Griffith movie "America" which was made on campus in 1923, the Order of the White Jacket, and other issues of common interest to students. The scrapbook of Arthur James also includes material related to his service in the U.S. armed forces.
The cover of the scrapbook of Leah James can be viewed at:
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0.90 Linear Feet
Transferred by Frankie Martens of the Alumni Society.
Artifacts transferred to the University Archives Artifact Collection (UA 13) include: "William and Mary" Football Pin (UA 1985.029.01), "W and M" Football Pin (UA 1985.029.02), "Fight 'Em Indians" Football Pin (UA 1985.029.03), William M. Tuck Political Pin (UA 1985.029.04), Tin Baby Spoon (UA 1985.029.05).