History class paper written by Donaldson about the Wren Chapel.
Letter, 10 December 1784, from merchant Alexander Donaldson of London, England, to merchant John Carter of Williamsburg, Virginia, regarding the payment of a late bill.
This collection consists of a notebook and pamphlets used by draft counselors at the College of William and Mary, newspaper articles about the draft and the counseling service, and a short review of the activities and history of the service during the Vietnam War. The counselors included William & Mary faculty members.
Scope and Contents concerning how Winnick will be included in the book; whether the by-line will read "Scott Donaldson and Roy Winnick" or "Scott Donaldson with Roy Winnick"; letter from Scott Donaldson to Winnick concerning the same subject and suggesting "with the collaboration of"; eventually used "in collaboration with Roy Winnick." (4 items)
concerning Archibald MacLeish; six letters from Sanders to Donaldson-one arguing that MacLeish was not anti-semetic. (7 items)
concerning his materials on Archibald MacLeish; three letters from Thursa Sanders to Scott Donaldson concerning MacLeish. (5 items)
replies to Donaldson about requests for photographs; letters concerning book on Archibald MacLeish. (5 items)
from: Tim Newcourt (?), West Chester Universtiy, West Chester, Pennsylvania; letter from Alan Powers, Bristol Community College, Fall River, Massachusetss to Archibald MacLeish; and a letter from MacLeish to Powers; Alan Powers to Donaldson concerning MacLeish, postcard from Ala Powers; two letterd from Paul quintanilla; Daly City, California; and Paul (?), alond with clips about Luis Quintanilla. (12 items)
Websites for this collections were selected for their representation of the College of William & Mary and their documentation of the interests and activities of the students, faculty, staff, alumni, and leadership.
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concerning Artchibald MacLeish; notes. (6 items)
Scope and Contents information on Archibald MacLeish: "Conway 1945", how MacLeish viewd his job at the library and Thursa Sanders' job, working conditions at the State Deparment and Sanders' recollectiona of MacLeish's daughter "Mimi" (Mary Hillard MacLeish Grimm). (5 items)
from Mary M. Adams of Cambridge, Massachusetts; three from David Barber of the University of Iowa, Moscow, Iowa; James Bell of Time-Life News Service, Boston, Massachusetts; one from Fanny Brennan. (6 items)
from: John Broderick, Potomac, Maryland; Virginia Bruch, Research Curator at the Boyhood Home of Robert E. Lee in Alexandria, Virginia; D. Bundy of New York, New York; three letters from Alexander Campbell of Geneva, New York; and John Conway of Milton, Massachusetts. (7 items)
from: Rob Crowley, editor of the Quarterly Journal of Military History, New York (2 letters); Phyllis L. of Northampton, Massachusetss; two letters from Ben Drabeck and George Bluh urging the selection of Archibald MacLeish for a commemorative stamp in 1990. (7 items)
from: Martha MacLeish Fuller, Somerville, Massachusetts (granddaughter); Dana Gioia; Elise Simon Goodman, New York, New York; Goodman Associates; Literary Agents; Jean Groo, New Canaan, Connecticut; Robert Grose, Director of Insitutional Research, Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts; Haldore Hamson, Mexico; Pamela Harriman; letter from John Haskell at Swem library; and Robert Hawkins, Lakeville, Connecticuit. (9 items)
from: Verna Hobson, New Gloucester, Maine; Frank Snowden Hopkins, Bethesda, Maryland (U.S. Consul General, retired); Susan Howe, Gilford, Connecticut; three from Walker Kaiser, Director of the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies; two from William Katterjohn, Lexington, Kentucky; Kenneth Kinnamon, University of Arkansas; and two from Peggy Ann Kusnerz, Ann Arbor, Michigan. (11 items)
from: (?) Worcester, Massachusetts; A. Bruce MacLeish, Cooperstown, NY; Joan Mellen, Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Linda Miller, Pennsylvania State University, Abington, Pennsylvania; Herbert Mitgany, New York, New York; Honor Moore, Hunt, Connecticut; four items from Vance Morgan, Chesapeake, Virginia; and Ed Mullaly, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. (12 items)