Scope and Contents Blueprint of the heating plan for the Lodges. Architect: J. Binford Walford. Sheets: 1. Dimensions: 21" x 30". Condition: good with tears. Acc. 2009.439
Site map for placement of fraternity houses (Old Lodges), 4 copies of one page. Acc. 1989.75.
Scope and Contents Planting Plan for the area around the Fraternity Lodges at the College of William and Mary(Two copies). Landscape Architects: Charles F. Gillette. Sheets: 2 Dimensions: 37" x 42" Condition: Good with some tears, cuts, and sticker on back. Acc. 2010.597.
SOE FILE #42.1 Microfiche
A collection of thirty-eight photographs by Kwok Ying Fung in a photograph album entitled, An Interpretation of the College of William and Mary, probably taken around 1965. The collection also includes oversized prints of some photographs.
Acc. 1982.065 contains Chandler's records as President and as Chancellor of William and Mary, 1951-1962.
This is an artificial collection of posters acquired by the University Archives. It consists predominantly of advertisements for events organized by departments and students at the College of William and Mary including concerts, plays, musicals, recitals, exhibits, athletic events, rallies, lectures, etc.
Acc. 1983.070 includes records associated with the alterations, renovations and reconstructions of various sites and buildings at the College of William and Mary, including the Alumni House, Brown Hall, Barksdale Field, Ash Lawn, Jefferson Hall, the Chemistry Building, Phi Beta Kappa Hall, Wildflower Refuge Amphitheater, the Women's Dormitory Complex and others.
Williamsburg, Virginia items given by Will Molineux, mostly via the Williamsburg Historic Records Association. Some items are personal papers (newspaper articles, etc.) of Will Molineux. The photograph collection covers the entire Williamsburg area, including James City County and York County. Subjects include people, places, buildings, events, Colonial Williamsburg, William and Mary and many more.
unpaged. 20 x 30 cm. Handwritten copy of the masonic book of the Botetourt Lodge
Scope and Contents Sanitary Sewerage System plans for the Fraternity Houses at the College of William and Mary. Sheet 1 General Layout; Sheet 2 Plot Plan, Manholes and Elevations; Sheet 3 Heating Plan for Lodges. Architects: J. Blanford Walford and O. Pendleton Wright. Consulting Engineers: Wiley & Wilson; Sheets: 3. Dimensions: pages 1&2: 36"x24"; page 3 21"x29.75". Condition: Good with some tape and torn edges, water marks and stamped notations on back. Acc. 2010.559
Scope and Contents Topographical Survey for the Stadium, Lodges, and Phi Bet Kappa Area. Sheet 1 Stadium (Cary Field) and Tennis Courts; Sheet 2 Area between Richmond Road, Jamestown Road and Landrum Drive. Architects: Governor's Office Division of the Budget Institutional Engineers. Topography: B.W. Chalkey & W. H.Schremp. Sheets: 2. Dimensions: 43"x59". Condition: Poor with water damage and a lot of tape and many tears. Label on back. Acc. 2010.583.
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
Correspondence between Alexander P. Anderson, J. M. Clift and Dr. L. O. Powell, District Deputy and Grand Master, about the Masonic Lodges in the Yorktown area, historical and present, 1932 and 1933. 1935 letter from B. Floyd Flickinger, Superintendent of the Colonial National Monument to "The Director" of the National Park Service about the construction of a Masonic Hall at Yorktown.
Scott Foster for Williamsburg Campaign Kickoff Bar-be-cue Sat at 2PM Feb 13 at Lodges Field
Reached home after disagreeable journey from Williamsburg – now lodges at home but boards with Mr. Bush – sends [John] Coalter his mare to ride – asks his chancery bag [?] which he left in Mr. Coalter’s office to be sent him, carefully wrapped. Autographed Letter Signed. 1 page. 20 x 23 cm.
Received his favor by Mr. Balwin who now lodges at Mr. Corbuseir's house at the Flatts - his brother [Harry Tucker] has another boy - requests the inclosed letters be forwarded to George [Bruere?] to Philadelphia. Autograph Letter Signed. 1 page. 18 x 23 cm.
Reached home after disagreeable journey from Williamsburg. Now lodges at home but boards with Mr. Bush. Sends John Coalter his mare to ride. Asks his chancery bag ? which he left in Mr. Coalter’s office to be sent him, carefully wrapped.
Received his favor by Mr. Balwin who now lodges at Mr. Corbuseir's house at the Flatts. His brother (Harry Tucker) has another boy. Requests the inclosed letters be forwarded to George Bruere? to Philadelphia.