Society for the College records
The Society for the College records contains materials related to 2007's Wren Cross Controversy, or the decision to remove and then replace, the brass cross from William & Mary's Wren Chapel. Four yellow buttons with green lettering read: "One College, Under Glass" with a cross, feathers, and thinking man statue in silhouette, "The New William & Mary." Also included is one package of green napkins wrapped in cellophane, with "End of an Error" printed in gold.
- Creation: circa 2007
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0.42 Linear Feet
The collection contains one series: Accession 2019.350: Artifacts.
- Guide to the Society for the College records
- William & Mary Special Collections Research Center staff
- 2007 February
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description