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.
A letter from a son attending William & Mary to his father. Has a red cancel stamp.
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.
WM: Wizards and Muggles is a student club for fans of the Harry Potter books and films.
The items in this collection include a Quidditch Cup (2006), an introductory letter from the Head of House for Gryffindor (sealed with a wax seal), a flyer for the Harry Potter Party (co-sponsored with Alma Mater Productions) and a t-shirt.
The WM: Wizards and Muggles webpage has also been archived.
This collection includes three scrapbooks of various sizes and one envelope containing news clippings about women's sports at William and Mary. One of the scrapbooks documents the U.S. Field Hockey Association Tournament held on campus in November, 1940. Another contains a folder about "Physical Education -- Teaching as a Profession."
Student essay written by Wrigglesworth, circa 1906, titled "Nature Poets."
Student essay written by Wright, circa 1904, titled "Some Differences between the United States and the Confederate States Constitutions."
This collection contains a certificate of William David Yancey reading that he has "passed Examinations in the Introductory Class of Mathematics." The certificate was signed on June 24, 1896 by Professor Thomas Jefferson Stubbs, Secretary of the Faculty at the College of William and Mary.