Box UA Small Collections Box 1
Contains 21 Results:
This collections consists of Erma M. Brown's composition book for psychology while a student at the College of William and Mary. It contains class notes and/or textbook outlines.
Contains examination questions for courses taken at the College of William and Mary by James Onderdonk and other students. The exams cover courses taught in History, Sociology, English, Fine Arts, and Greek.
Letter written by Thomas Russell Bowden to the editor of New England Magazine on May 16, 1892 in response to an article published in December 1891 as to "Why the South was defeated in the Civil War." Bowden requests the opportunity to submit a written response to the article and includes his thoughts regarding the South and specifically Virginia as well as his longstanding familial ties to both the state, Williamsburg, and the College of William and Mary.
Consists of one letter to College of William and Mary student Evelyn V. Palmer from her mother, who indicates she will travel to Williamsburg to sell goods in an effort to raise the funds her daughter requested. Mrs. Palmer also shares an update of events at the Palmer home in Suffolk, Virginia.
"Oration on Ancient History (delivered) at William and Mary College, July 4, 1841," "An Essay on 'Woman' (Read before the) Franklinian Society of William and Mary College, December 11, 1841," "Valedictory to the Tau Chi Society of William and Mary College, July 4, 1843."
Vol. XXVII No. 2104 of The London Chronicle, dated "From Thursday, June 7 to Saturday, June 9, 1770," which includes mention of the endowing of the Botetourt Medal at the College of William and Mary by Virginia's Colonial Governor.
A December 18, 1892, letter written by Joseph Edwin Proffit, William & Mary class of 1895, to the publication College Fraternity in New York City. Proffit congratulates the editor of the magazine for its arrangement and organization. He concludes the letter by offering any assistance in the way of notes related to fraternities at William & Mary.
This collection consists of the College of William and Mary student essay titled "What Romeo and Juliet Owes to Shakespeare" which is signed "A.B. Essay June 22, 1904 by J. M. Anderson."
Copy of a term paper written by Walter Randolph Beales III and titled "Mr. Munford of Mecklenburg: The Political Biography of a Colonial Virginia Burgess." The paper was written for Professor Thaddeus Tate's History 403 course in January 1965.
This collections consists of an essay by James Henry Bailey II titled "Peter Francisco: Washington's One-Man Regiment." A note handwrittien on the title page states: "This essay won the Cincinnati Prize in 1939."
One spiral-bound booklet titled "How Old is Old?," a compilation of drawings and writings by children expressing what they thought of being old. The authors were students ranging from pre-kindergarteners through sixth graders at St. Edward's School in Vero Beach, Fl. The writings were collected by Katie Kutschinski and dedicated to Joan Wachter, William and Mary Class of 1973.
This letter was written to John R. Armistead, while a student at the College of William and Mary, by his uncle, M. A. Armistead. It is dated December 22, 1834. It authorizes John Armistead "boarding out of college, providing it meets the regulations of the institution."