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Papers of the Taylor Family of Urbanna, Virginia. Sons were graduates from the College of William and Mary.
A minute book of Theta Chi Delta (formerly Delta Pi Sigma, a local honorary chemistry fraternity). The book contains Delta Pi Sigma minutes from 1924-1926 and Theta Chi Delta minutes from 1926-1928. At the back of the book, there is a list of Theta Chi Delta members from 1926-1943.
This collection contains student essays, stories, and poems submitted for the Tiberius Gracchus Jones Literary Prize. Some entries have judges' notes attached.
The collection includes a degree essay titled "Ideal Rational Self," as well as two letters written by Turnipseed to the faculty of the College of William and Mary. The letters are dated June 5, 1905 and June 8, 1905 and ask if Turnipseed can substitute a couple of his earned diplomas for two classes he failed as 1905 was his last year of school. The June 8th letter also asks if he can take an examination in Solid Geometery.
This collection is largely unprocessed, however, it aligns very closely with prints found within the University Archives Photograph Collection.
Subjects include faculty, staff, alumni, campus buildings, students, activities, and events.
This collection includes slides created by University Relations as well as slides accumulated via a series of transfers. Subjects mainly include campus buildings, faculty and staff, and events. Many of the images can also be found as prints in the University Archives Photograph Collection.
The collection includes a dinner menu from a Flat Hat banquet on May 30, 1933. (Issue Vol. XXII, No. 28. It also includes several photographs of groups of men. Velz was a member of Phi Kappa Tau, Alpha Kappa Psi, and Pi Delta Epislon. There is also a photograph from a W&M event, probably Commencement.
Artificial collection of papers relating to various cities in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
The Virginia Nittoli Matish photographs contains photographs of Virginia Nittoli Matish and members of the Pi Beta Phi sorority. Images include the Pi Phi house, as well as scenes of Virginia Beach and a William & Mary graduation taken place during the late 1960s and early 1970s. A description of names and locations have been provided by Matish and is included in the collection.
The collection contains three photographs: the 1902 William & Mary football team (with players identified), Wade MacDonald and W.N. Shackleford in football uniforms (1902), and MacDonald's senior portrait (1905).
This collection includes Vinyard's report cards from the Roanoke County, Virginia school system, Big Lick District, a 1929 letter to his parents from Dean of Men, W. T. Hodges stating Vinyard made the Dean's List (1929), William & Mary grade reports, and the 1932 commencement program.
Printed "Freshman English Manual of Instructions and Exercises for 1924-1925," owned by William & Mary student Walter S. Eanes. The manual is an example of what was being used for Freshman English classes and the curriculum at William & Mary and includes notes and exercises written by Eanes.
Student paper titled "The Teacher and Psychology."
Colonna's "L. I. Essay" titled "Nature as it appeals to the poet."
Essays written by Davidson for the completion of his A. B. degree and the President's Address for the Philomathean Society.
The collection consists of documents, photographs, DVDs, and ephemera collected by William & Mary students who participated in the American Bosnian Collaboration Project, also known as the ABC Project.
This scrapbook follows the W&M College Republicans Club for academic year 1978-1979. Included are photographs, ephemera, notes from the club's president, an activities list, clippings, campaign buttons, and clippings. The material is specific to both the club and to Republican politicians in Virginia.
Scrapbook featuring 65 photographs of the William and Mary Symphony Orchestra in practice, at rehearsals, and socializing as a group. One of their performances was billed as a symphony of horror and features pictures of the students dressed in Halloween attire. Director at the time was E. W. Williams, Jr. Most of the photographs are undated and none are labeled. Some of the photographs indicate that they are from 1998. The photographs are both in color and black/white.