This collection consists of fliers and newsletters from the Department of Art and Art History at the College of William and Mary. Included in the collection are fliers for exhibits at the Andrews Gallery.
The bulk of this collection (Acc. 1990.16) includes student papers and assignments (1967-1986) and anthropology class materials (1968-1986) from classes taught by Dr. Carol Ballingall at the College of William and Mary. There is also one folder of biographical information.
This collection contains awards, publicity material, songs, articles, speeches, and photographs that once belonged to College of William and Mary professor Leslie Cheek. The bulk of the material is from 1936 to 1938, and most of the material relates to the various exhibits put on by the Department of Fine Arts. The photographs are from theatre productions, dances, and exhibits at William and Mary.
This collection includes bylaws and constitution, minutes, financial records, clippings, correspondence, and other material related to the College Women's Club, a faculty organization at the College 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.
Booklets printed by William & Mary of the publications and grants by faculty.
Collection includes annual reports, 1982-83, 1984-85; correspondence and memos, 1982-85; indirect cost recoveries, 1982-84; list of faculty members and years when they were awarded grants; policy and principles for faculty research grants; summaries of grants made by the committee, 1982-85.
Inventory available in the Special Collections Research Center.
This collection includes newsletters, fliers, and reports from the Department of Geology at the College of William & Mary.
The Hampton Roads-Peninsula War Studies Committee collection includes business case studies; records of expenditures; general correspondence; and correspondence and publications of Dr. Charles E. Marsh.
The collection includes E. Rae Harcum's unpublished manuscripts for "Imperial Review" (1996) "The Myth of Peer Review: Documented Deficiencies and Proposals for Improving Scientific Reviews" (2000) and his curriculum vita, circa 1996.
Letter, 15 Oct. 1839, James Lyons, Richmond, Va. to Judge [Nathaniel Beverley] Tucker, Williamsburg, Va. Letter of introduction for Joseph M. Carrington who plans to attend Tucker's law lectures [at the College of William & Mary]. Carrington has already studied Blackstone, Coke, etc.