Acc. 1999.028: This collection contains copies of published articles by Professor Wayne Kernodle and others; book reviews; Marshall-Wythe Symposium correspondence; files about the athletic department scandal (1951); Sociology Department papers; Eastern State Hospital papers; the Hampton Roads Peninsula World War II study; correspondence between Kernodle and department members, College officials, and scholars at other institutions; and correspondence with William and Mary alum John Bell Stephenson.
Acc. 2008.155: This accession includes material related to the efforts of College of William and Mary faculty members to form a University Club in 1959, material related to the football scandal of 1950-1951, and a copy of Kernodle's "The Effect of World War II on the Incidence of Marriage in the Hampton Roads-Peninsula Area."
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R. Wayne Kernodle Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Earl Gregg Swem Library, College of William and Mary. https://scrcguides.libraries.wm.edu/repositories/2/resources/4766 Accessed May 20, 2019.