A report sponsored by the Williamsburg-James City County Public Schools and the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, "Black Education in Williamsburg-James City County, 1619-1984" by Philip D. Morgan, 1985. 1 item. 76 pp.
This collection includes a variety of material formats and subjects from throughout the College's history.
Collection includes letters, citations, scripts of plays, photographs, slides and videos concerning Rosa Marie Fuller's teaching career and James A. Fuller's employment with the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and his service with the Boy Scouts.
Scrapbook of Christine Henderson, class of 1924, Williamsburg High School. Memorabilia includes original photographs.
Administrative records, programs and working materials for plays, attendance records and financial records of the Jack and Jill Nursery and Kindergarten, operated by Cary Wynne Boelt in Williamsburg, Virginia.
A rough draft inventory and a history of the Jack and Jill Nursery and Kindergarten Records by Frederick W. Boelt are filed at the beginning of the collection.
This is an artificial collection of material from and about Matthew Whaley School in Williamsburg, Virginia including material from the annual fifty year reunions. The school newspaper, The Powder Horn, 1930-1937 and 1946-1948, is available in Rare Books call number AN47 .W54 P68.
Commencement program of Nicholson High School in Williamsburg, 18 May 1911.
Christmas souvenir from the class of Virginia W. Jones of the Nicholson School, Williamsburg, Va. The souvenir is a printed card tied with a red ribbon and a border of holly. Includes names of Board, H.D. Cole, A. Brooks, R.L. Spencer; H.N. Phillips, Superintendant. Inside the card are the printed names of the pupils in the sixth and seventh grades.
Papers of Elizabeth Nunn, an elementary school teacher in Williamsburg, Virginia.
The personal papers of Julia W. Oxrieder include materials related to Williamsburg, Virginia, documents of interest she collected related to her many interests, and personal material about her life and work in Williamsburg. Many items are copies of biographies, newspaper articles, and ephemera documenting local history including folklore, education, Williamsburg people and organizations, African Americans, and other topics.
Broadside for a school bond election to be held on Oct. 19, 1920 regarding a new school on the Palace Green. It notes that this is the first election since women's suffrage.
Glenna Shiflett's papers concerning the Twentieth-Century Gallery (This Century Gallery) of Williamsburg, her teaching career in public schools and tax and other documents for property on Richmond Road in Williamsburg, Virginia owned by her and her husband, Thomas Shiflett.
Includes alphabet book created by Virgie Margaret Wickre while a first grade elementary student in Williamsburg Virginia, 1914, as well as her 1925 high school diploma from Williamsburg High School.
The alphabet book is in form of a scrapbook and according to the attached tag, it was displayed at the 1914 Peninsula School Fair.