Acc. 1986.22: This collection contains files dealing primarily with Professor Kallos' role in special events like commencements, Charter Days, homecomings, convocations, etc. Box 1 contains materials on Charter Days, convocations, and graduation ceremonies. Box 2 contains materials on graduation ceremonies and homecomings. Box 3 contains materials on inaugurations and the dedication of Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall.
Acc. 2008.145 includes papers and articles from the career of Alexander Kallos.
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Alexander Kallos was a professor of Modern Languages and Literatures at the College of William and Mary. He completed his graduate work at the University of Pennsylvania in 1956. Professor Kallos passed away in Williamsburg on April 14, 2002. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki:
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Acc. 1986.22 was a gift from Alexander Kallos on 06/16/1986; Acc. 2008.145 was transferred on 3/6/2000 by David Jenkins.
Acc. 2008.145 was accessioned from the SCRC backlog by Zach Hilpert and Wendy Korwin with an accession number added on 12/11/08 by Amy C. Schindler.
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