Papers (mostly correspondence) of members of the Bowles family of Goochland County, Va. Includes correspondence of Matthew W. Webber of Shelby County, Tenn. with John L. Bowles and of William B. Webber as well as Civil War letters of Jesse R. Bowles (serving with the 55th Virginia Infantry Regiment near Petersburg), James V. Bowles (Chaffin's Farm, Henrico County, Va.) and John F. Bowles.
This collection contains memos about how to prepare soiled cloths for the laundry at the College of William and Mary.
This collection includes information from various College of William and Mary committees. The committees are long and short-term addressing such issues as athletics, enrollment, computing, searches for presidents and provosts, degrees, student assessment, and others. The material in this collection is generally publicly available documents, such as fliers, and does not usually include internal committee documents.
The mission of Educational Media is to provide audiovisual and related services to the Faculty, students and support staff of the College; provide leadership in the systematic applications of instructional technology for teaching, learning and research.
1980 Master Plan for educational media.
Cinema Classic Society.
1980 Faculty Handbook for Educational Media Services.
Fliers and memos describing evening classes.
This collection is composed of memos sent to faculty of William and Mary.
This collection includes various material from faculty organizations including the Christian Faculty Fellowship, Faculty Club, Faculty Forum, and the South Africa Ad-Hoc Committee.
The records of the College of William and Mary student Honor Council include trial and disciplinary hearing files, publications, fliers, lists of members, procedures, and other administrative information. The Honor Council records provide sporadic documenation of the body's work and procedures. Significant portions of the records are restricted.
The collection includes fliers, invitations, and booklets from the Jamestown Celebrations in 1957 and 2007. The collection contains a scrapbook compiled by the staff of the Virginia 350th Anniversary Commission for College of William and Mary President Alvin Duke Chandler of photographs, invitations, and programs and material provided to participants of the World Forum on the Future of Democracy (2007).
Accounts and a signed check, 1832-1842, of Francis Scott Key. Papers also include a letter, 22 August 1779, from Levin Handy, Paramus, N. J. to George Handy, Snow Hill, Md. describing the battle of Paulus Hook, N.J.; and notes, n.d., concerning the Revolutionary War claim of [?] Cazeau.
Records of the League of Women Voters of the Williamsburg Area (LWVWA). Includes minutes, agendas, correspondence, publications, reports, photographs, memorandums, newsletters, president's files, video recordings and newspaper clippings. Topics covered include among others arms control, national security issues and domestic legislation, information relating to lobbying, etc.
Acc. 2008.115: Contains correspondence and reports from 1972 to 1975 of the Social Science Building Committee, formed shortly after the Institute's move to Morton Hall.
The bulk of this collection consists of memos and schedules for a conference at the College of William and Mary's Marshall-Wythe Institute that were previously part of the University Archives Publications Collection.
This collection contains memos about faculty web services, a learning tree, an Informational Technology Task Force, and a strategic plan for the Office of Information Technology at the College of William and Mary.
Acc. 1979.039: Office files of Carson Barnes, 1968-1969. These include petitions and sorority initiation lists.
Acc. 1979.041: Office files of John E. Hocutt, 1945-1950.
Acc. 1979.046: Office files of William T. Hodges, 1928-1932.
The material that was formerly part of the University Archives Publications Collection is inventoried here and includes memos, reports, handbook, and other material.
This collection is composed of files from the College of William and Mary Office of the President during the administration of Paul Verkuil. For the most part, headings assigned to folders in their office of origin have been maintained in the box list inventories available here.