This collection contains letters, financial records, and other material concerning Louise Lightfoot Morriss, class of 1935 from the College of William and Mary. Most of the letters written to Louise while she was at William and Mary were from a boyfriend at the United States Naval Academy, who signed all his letters "Add." There are also letters written to Mrs. G. L. Morriss, Louise's parents, at Mohawk Farm, their residence in Buckingham County, Virginia. Most of these letters concern orders to buy livestock from the farm and greetings from family and friends.
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Acc. 2012.061 was received by Joan Mastricola of the William and Mary Alumni Association in January, who transferred the material to the SCRC on 2/2/2012 via campus mail.
Acc. 2012.061 accessioned and minimally described by Steven Bookman, University Archives Specialist, in February 2012.
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