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Box 4

 Container

Contains 4 Collections and/or Records:

Suggestions for MA degree 1913

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 1
Identifier: id3457
Scope and Contents Suggestions as to requirements for the MA Degree, 1913-14, 1 piece. Circulars and bulletins on courses of study 1919-1940: transferred to course schedules. UA 317 Information concerning registration, 1935-1939: transferred to registrar, office of. UA 50 Lecture schedules, 1923-1940: transferred to Archives poster file, poster number 1971 Examination schedules, 1921-1940: transferred to Course offerings, UA 317

Courses of Study

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 2
Identifier: id3458
Scope and Contents Robert M. Hughes, "William and Mary's pioneer American law school," American Bar Association Journal (June 192(1). 2 copies. Transferred to Hughes Papers Robert M. Hughes, "William and Mary, the first American law school," William and Mary Quarterly (Jan. 192(2): 40-48. Includes correspondence about the article.Transferred to Hughes Papers Correspondence of R. M. Hughes, 1920-1931, 95 pieces, with clippings. Transferred to Hughes Papers Book containing notes on national law, rhetoric, and...

Courses of Study

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 3
Identifier: id3460
Scope and Contents Papers concerning courses in astronomy, chemistry, economic, business administration, education, English, French, and German. Astronomy: The observatory of the College of William and Mary. In Early American observatories, by Willis I WIlham. see pages 20-21 Chemistry: papers transferred to Robert Gilchrist Rob materials Economics and Business Administration: announcements 1926-1927. Elocution:book containing notes on natural philosophy taken from the lectures of Bishop James Madison by Robert D...

Courses of Study

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 4
Identifier: id262830
Scope and Contents Ancient History: examination given by Henry A Washington, 1854, and papers submitted by students Charles R Grandy and Charles WIlkingson. Medieval History: examination papers submitted by students on 29 June, 1853: A Ashton, M Dulany Ball, Alexander Coke, George H Coke, S G Harriss, Edward Lee Hooff, William F M Jacobs, David F May, J May, R H Murphy, A A O'Neel, John M Pettitt, John Royall Robertson, William H Shield, G H Shorter, L W Smith, George W Stone, Charles S Stringfellow, B T Tayloe,...