Series 1: Scrapbook with correspondence and ephemera; 1959-1994; concerning William D. Eppes' book fund for purchases in the Humanities for Swem Library. Majority of correspondence is with James A. Servies, Librarian.
Series 2: Photocopied correspondence, playbills, and newspaper clippings used to support the nomination of Eva Le Gallienne for an honorary degree. Originals of the correspondence can be found at the Walter Hapton-Edwin Booth Theatre Collection and Library.
Series 3: Playbills collected by William E. Eppes.
Series 3 and 4: Pug related material.
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William Eppes was a student at William and Mary (1939) Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: http://scrc.swem.wm.edu/wiki/index.php/William Eppes.
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Series 2 formerly described as UA 5.029, William Eppes Papers. Collections combined in November 2011.
Processed by Ellen Strong in 1994. Series 2 formerly described as UA 5.029, William Eppes Papers. Collections combined in November 2011 by Benjamin Bromley.