The collection consists of ten color slides. Eight slides are of William & Mary's 1961 and 1964 commencement ceremonies and were taken by George Blood, David Blood's father. David Blood was in the W&M Choir and required to attend the 1961 ceremony. The remaining two slides are of the Wren building and Robertson's windmill within Colonial Williamsburg, respectively. The Wren image was taken by David Blood in 1960, and the windmill was taken by David Blood in 1981.
2012 Accession: contains slides and digital images of the same taken by David Blood, class of 1964, while a student at William and Mary from 1960-1964. Included are images of campus buildings, basketbal and football games, the Queen's Guard, William and Mary Choir, the marching band, and the 1962 Homecoming Parade. See scans numbered E5509-E5578
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Biographical / Historical
David Blood was a student at the College of William and Mary from 1960 to 1964. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .