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.
This collection contains fliers for the College of William and Mary's Ye Olde Summer Band School for junior and senior high school students interested in music.
This collection contains the records of the Yorktown Branch of the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities (APVA). Included in the collection are minutes, correspondence, treasurer's records, photographs, and scrapbooks.
Report of Captain Jason R. Hanna, Co. C, 63rd Pennsylvania Vol. to Lt. Col. A. S. M. Morgan concerning operations on April 11, 1862, to take possession of rifle pits on north and west fronts of a peach orchard relieving the 5th Michigan Volunteers. This report describes a diagram (not present).
This collection contains minutes and agendas from board meetings, newsletters, bylaws, and event flyers as well as other material of the Yorktown Preservation Society from 2013-2015. Also included is a copy of the Yorktown Day Celebration program from 2014 and photographs of the Yorktown Preservation Society booth during the French sailing ship Hermione visit in June 2015.
Programs for Junior Class of Matthew Whaley School, "Don't Take My Penny," Friday, March 13, , and Annual Installation Banquet of the Young Women's Club of Williamsburg, May 13, 1949.
Diary, 1914, of the Youngblood family as they traveled from Red Deer Lake, Alberta, Canada, to Sandpoint, Idaho. The journey was taken in a horse drawn wagon and took from June to September of 1914. Topics include campsites, people that they met, goods purchased, and traveling through lands populated by Native Americans.
Scrapbook of the William & Mary YMCA. Contains clippings, photographs, fliers for the Blue Ridge area of Virginia and a news bulletin.
21 diaries, chronicling the daily life of Esther E. Zak (1914-2007) of Valparaiso, Porter County, Indiana, for the years 1973-1994. Author recorded daily chores, weather, health, activities such as letter writing, phone calls made and received, as well as outings like church visits, social visits, or shopping trips. There are also occasional comments on political events.
Accounts were kept of the price of goods as well as payments by patrons. Ledger kept by the Zanoni Store in Zanoni, Gloucester County, Virginia. Items sold by the store include calico, sail cloth, thread, and clothing. They also sold food items such as eggs, cakes, fruit, and many other food staples as well as household tools and supplies like nails, oil, and shingles. Tobacco and whiskey were also sold to various residents who purchased from the store.
This collections consists of over 50 letters written by Corporal Anton "Tony" Zeithammel of the 3rd Marine Division while serving in Vietnam. The letters are addressed to his parents in Battle Creek, Michigan and concern day-to-day military activities and news from home. Most of the original envelopes have been preserved.
Certificates, newspaper articles, programs, and pamphlets regarding Benjamin (Benny) Zhang's position on Williamsburg's City Council, July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2020. Included in the collection are official and personal congratulation letters to Benjamin Zhang regarding his election to Williamsburg City Council in 2016, Baptism/ Confirmation of faith at Bruton Parish Church, and certificates from William & Mary. Zhang is a 2016 graduate of William & Mary.
Letter about life in the army and a minor operation with a difficult healing process.