News clippings, certificates, history, photographs, and other material related to the William & Mary Fencing Club and varsity fencing.
This collection consists of master cards containing summaries of student applications for financial aid, with data on race, family income, and the amount of aid awarded.
The cards are 8" by 5" and are organized by school year in alphabetical order.
This collection includes several publications, including the football handbook, yearbook, and media guides, as well as game programs. It also includes general files.
Audiovisual material can be found in the University Archives Audiovisual Collection. In time, they will be intellectually reunited with this collection.
Sir William Berkeley land grant to Francis Kirkman for 747 acres of land in James City County on Archer’s Hope Creek, 6 January 1666/7. Previous parcel history mentions Judith and Jane Webster, Capt. Jno. Sheppard and Major Joseph Croshaw.
Material from the Office of the Vice President for Public Affairs Stewart Gamage. The collection includes material from various projects of the Office of Public Affairs including New Town as well as talking points for the president of William & Mary.
Account book of the Gasch-Manning family of Washington, D.C. for the years 1906-1911. Lists itemized expenses, mostly for food and drink and other household items. Also lists payments to one or two aids on a regular basis.
Papers of Frances R. Gillette. Early Gillette Family material, particularly poetry, and material about the Williamsburg Garden Club.
The collection consists of one folder of programs and media guides and one folder of ephemera, schedules and other material related to the men's and women's golf teams at the College of William and Mary from the years 1980-2015. Material pertaining to both the men's and women's teams is present in both folders, and in many cases information pertaining to the men's and women's teams is present in the same publications.