The collection includes three scrapbooks Mary Mackey Sainsbury compiled during her years at the College of William and Mary. The scrapbooks include various material related to sororities and Greek life on campus, athletic tickets, postcards, news clippings, correspondence, photographs, and related material.
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Mary Hurley Mackey Sainsbury, class of 1939, was a student at the College of William in Mary beginning in 1935. Sainsbury was a member of sorority Pi Beta Phi, soccer, and participated in other activities and organizations. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .
Acc. 2008.05; Acc. 2009.064, gift of Mary Sainsbury (daughter), was received on 3/9/2009.
A William and Mary monogram patch and a Manager patch were separated from this collection and added to the University Archives Artifact Collection (UA 8) on July 21, 2009.
Sainsbury's Olde Guarde medal, Sir Robert Boyle Society pin, Pi Beta Phi pin, other pins, a William and Mary monogram patch, and a Manager patch were separated from this collection and added to the University Archives Artifact Collection (UA 8) on July 21, 2009.