This list of persons enslaved by the College of William & Mary, circa 1780, includes the enslaved persons that were then at the College as well as those hired out.
The list has been digitized.
A transcription of this list is also available in the folder "Slaves owned by the College" in the University Archives Subject File Collection (UA 9).
Letter to Edward B. Dellam concerning the lack of suitable candidates for law professor. Acc. 1986.15.
Letter requesting a donation from the president of Brown University of duplicate copies of books to William and Mary to replace the College's library recently destroyed in a fire. Acc. 1988.90.
One sheet detailing the development plan for the College of William and Mary. The plan shows the entire William and Mary campus, the Law School site, and the James Blair Terrace Campus, later the Dillard Complex off Ironbound Rd. The plan also includes proposed buildings, such as the future Muscarelle Museum of Art and a proposed athletic field that would become Busch Field. Acc. 2009.243
Scope and Contents Blueprints for the second and third floors of Marshall Wythe Hall, now named Reverend James Blair Hall. Architects: J. Binford Walford, Architect. Sheets: 3. Dimensions: 30" x 23". Condition: fair. Notes: A descriptive note was taped to the item before it arrived in Special Collections Acc. 2009.421
Scope and Contents Plans for foundation, elevations, plumbing plans, heating plans, and details of Marshall-Wythe Hall, now called James Blair Hall. Architect: J. Binford Walford Sheets: 27. Dimensions: 32" x 21" Condition: fair with rips, holes, and informational notes. Acc. 2010.070
Subjects: Crim, Dell, Dupont Hall, Yates Hall, Fraternity Complex, Ewell Hall, James Blair Hall Interior, Jamestown Road Offices, Jefferson Dorm Fire, Lake Matoaka, Matoaka Woods, Amphitheatre, Lodges
Subjects: Ropes Course, Scenes of Campus, Snow Scenes, James Blair Statue, Thomas Jefferson Statue, Lord Botetourt Statue, Seal, Sorority Court, Sundial, Sunken Garden
Includes programs from Chrysler Hall, Smithfield, Hampton Roads Coliseum, York High School, Kecoughtan High School, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, James Blair Elementary School, William and Mary Concert Series, Virginia Museum Theatre, Bruton Parish Church, Virginia Opera Association and others. Some newspaper reviews included.
Information relating to the College of William and Mary and the presidency of Davis Young Paschall in 1963 and 1964. Topics include the enrollment of women, Thomas Jefferson, and James Blair among others.
Faulklner, Wert 1958-1960; Fenwick, Charles R. 1953-1966; Field, James Gaven1904; Fields, Louis G., Jr. 1966; Fishburn, Junius Blair 1951-1956; Fishburn, Junius P. 1954-1966; Fisher, B.L.-- Martinsville 1954-1966; Fishwick, John P.-- Norfolk and Western 1958-1966
Letters between William Wilson Galt and Mary Blair Grigsby; letters to William Wilson Galt from brother James Galt and Angela Baldwin.
The Islamicate Cultures and Histories in a Global Context Series & The Middle Eastern Student Association: Dr Attiya Ahmad Difference and Repetition Transnational Muslim Women, Islamic Da'wa and Cosmopolitanish in Kuwait James Blair Hall 223
One proof of the Benjamin Ewell Medal given to outstanding students of mathematics. The obverse shows a kneeling James Blair before a seated King William III and standing Queen Mary II. The reverse reads "In Honor of Benjamin S. Ewell. For Excellence in Mathematics." Medal diameter is 1.3125in. Image available at https://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/5439020132/. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 14. UA 1982.028
Scope and Contents 3 pages. Autograph Letter Signed. Has just learned of his impending visit to Washington, at the invitation of leading Congressmen, to read his Yorktown Centennial Poem; his bad health may prevent his attendance, but he desires to see him; their mutual friend Judge John Blair Hope is now a Congressman, and will be equally happy to see him.
Soldier’s Name Family Name, City Blair McK Ilderton BC Ilderton, Florence,SC Jno William Ingles John F Lewis,Anita PA Irwin C Ingram Adam C Ingram, Oswego,KS Keith S Ingram Paul Ingram,Jackson,TN Donald R Jack William R Jack,unknown Frank O Jackson LD Jackson,Minneapolis,MN Wilbur James Bettie James,Fredericksburg,VA Lelan O Jamison JB Jamison,Santa Cruz,CA Samuel Jarvis Mary Jarvis,St Louis,MO Herbert Jay Norman G Jay,Steeleville,IL Charles F Jennings Julia Gaul,Rochester,NY
A letter sent by a man named Andy, a solider during the Civil War, to his cousin. Andy writes that his unit recently moved into enemy country, and that their scouts captured a man from South Carolina. He goes on to say that he is paid "well" and details how others in his group are paid, as well as how much he plans to send home.