Two letters sent to William James Young in September 1911 concerning employment at William & Mary. The first letter is from Registrar, H. L. Bridges, and dated September 5, 1911. It acknowledges receiving Young's acceptance of his position of Physical Director, Physician, and Coach. The second letter is from President Lyon G. Tyler and dated September 7, 1911. It discusses the condition of employment and includes Young's salary.
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William James Young served as college physician and a coach at William & Mary from 1911-1913.
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Gift of Mrs. William J. Young, widow of William James Young, of Auburn, Maine, in October 1960.
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