Contains letters written by Private Donald J. Roth to his parents while stationed in Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, and Fort Eustist, Virginia, among others. In the letters, Roth writes about basic training, patrols, and other aspects of camp life.
World War II photograph album created by Earle Lloyd Johnson, an African American who served on the Pacific coast during the war as part of the 4188th Quarter Master Service Company. In the book, Johnson gives details in regard to names on photographs, his troop movements with corresponding dates, ships he served upon, and a list of casualties from his company during his service.
Two letters to Dr. Galt, Superintendent of the Williamsburg Eastern Lunatic Asylum dated September 12, 1854 and November 27, 1854. The first letter is an inquiry from the North Branch Supervisor of the city of Petersburg. He is asking if there are any beds available in the white female department of the hospital. The second letter is from a William Thompson inquiring about vacancy for a person in his custody because of a status of full capacity at the Western Lunatic Asylum.
Contains artist renderings and maps used by the Office of Economic Development during the Williamsburg Crossroads project, a joint venture between William & Mary and the Casey family. The project helped to development the area along Monticello Avenue in James City County between Ironbound Road to the east and News Road in the west, including the development of the 199 highway.
Thank you letter from Dwight D. Eisenhower, White House, Washington, D.C. to Percy Hamlin, Norwalk, California for copies of Hamlin's books about General Richard S. Ewell [The Making of a Soldier and Old Bald Head]. June 29, 1955.
This note is likely from Elizabeth Kortright Monroe. The note requests Mr. Richard Smith send one hundred dollars by bearer Tom to the account of Mr. Monroe.
One page letter in response to Senator Kennedy's request, that Elsbree, the Director of Legislative Services in the Library of Congress, responses, in behalf of William Emmons, page 102 of Robert W. Winbston's book, Andrew Johnson, Plebein and Patriot. The subject matter of the quote is in regard to Johnson's role with the Catholic Church.
William & Mary alumna, Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy '00 of Florida, made remarks on the official Congressional Record (115th Congress, First Session), recognizing W&M's 325th Birthday. The date is mistaken listed as February 7, 2017, when it was in 2018. The document is the excerpt from the record of her remarks.
Flyers and announcements related to the men's and women's varsity fencing teams at William & Mary from the years 1938-1992. Flyers advertising walk-on tryouts and upcoming tournaments are present alongside press reports of comeptition results. Also included are fencing t-shirts and jackets and a fencing ree.