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John B. Weston Pledge to Teach Fulfillment Form

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Identifier: UA 5.274
Scope and Contents This collection consists of one form, completed by John B. Weston, reporting how he fulfilled his pledge to the State Male Normal College and William & Mary to teach.

Pledges such as this were required of Virginia students who attended William and Mary receiving financial assistance with the understanding they would teach in Virginia upon graduation.

John S. Davison Progress Report

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Identifier: UA 5.282
Scope and Contents Progress report of William & Mary student John S. Davison. The report is a typeset form completed in hand by W&M faculty member Ferdinand S. Campbell.

John S. Spencer Letter

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Identifier: UA 5.246
Scope and Contents The collection contains a letter, dated November 24, 1857, written by Spencer to someone whose name may be "Buck." In it, Spencer states that there are 80 students at the College and expects there to be more by February 22, 1858. He mentions he is rooming with William Davis, a "very quiet and studious boy," and that Thomas Mason "sends his respects to you and we visit the colored Girls together." He also mentions an incident in which Tom was "in the garden the other night after one" [colored...

John Tuthill Papers

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Identifier: Mss. Acc. 2001.03
Scope and Contents Papers of John Wills Tuthill, a United States 20th century diplomat. The collection includes papers from Tuthill's years as a student and professor, his State Department career, his private career with international organizations and his retirement years.  He held many positions within the State Department, mostly in Germany and Europe, with his final posting as Ambassador to Brazil. As a private citizen, he was Director of the Atlantic Institute, President of the Salzburg Seminar, and Director...

John Vance Weylie Letter to David Stuart

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Identifier: UA 5.247
Scope and Contents Letter written by John Vance Wyelie from Jamestown to David Stuart in Alexandria on Nov. 30, 1798. Wyelie is known to have attended William & Mary from 1797-1798. The letter starts by Wyelie's acknowledging Stuart's loss of a parent and his words of comfort and understanding. He mentions trying to learn Spanish but that he could not bring his books to Jamestown for want of space in the carriage from Hanover, though he hopes his books came come at Christmas. Weylie discusses his...

John W. Eppes Permission to Board Off-Campus

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Identifier: UA 5.251
Scope and Contents This note was written by John C. Page of Cumberland to William & Mary President Adam Empie, stating that Mrs. Eppes gives her permission for her son, John W. Eppes, to board off-campus.

Johnson Family Papers

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Identifier: 01/Mss. Acc. 1998.33 and 2003.53
Scope and Contents Acc. 1998.33

Letters of Robert Bruce Johson, William and Mary class of 1933, written during World War II to his parents in Williamsburg, Virginia and personal papers of John R. L. Johnson, class of 1894 and Professor of English at the College.

Acc. 2003.53

Harvard Law School notes of John R. L. Johnson and two textbooks from 1932-1935.  Lecture notes include classes on Criminal Law, Taxation, Torts, Government Control of Business, Equity and more.

Helen G. Johnson Essay

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Identifier: UA 5.190
Scope and Contents Student essay written by Johnson titled "The President's House."

John Floyd Jones Collection

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Identifier: UA 5.191
Scope and Contents This collections contains three items. The first is handwritten copy of a resolution adopted at a meeting of the faculty dated June 17, 1842. It acknowledges Jones' role in a duel, for which he was disciplined.  The second item is a letter dated December 14, 1842 written by Secretary of the Faculty, Charles Minnigerode, to Jones' mother, Catherine, wherein he informs her of her son's dismissal from William and Mary.  The letter includes an exerpt from the official faculty minutes which states...

Plummer Flippen Jones Debate Record, 1985

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Identifier: UA 5.192
Scope and Contents This collection contains a debate written and presented by Plummer Flippen Jones at the first open meeting of the Philomethean Literary Society for the 1895-1896 session, January 11, 1895. The topic of his debate was "Resolved: That present indications point to the downfall of our government."

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