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Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: UA 5.110
Scope and Contents This letter was written to John R. Armistead, while a student at the College of William and Mary, by his uncle, M. A. Armistead. It is dated December 22, 1834. It authorizes John Armistead "boarding out of college, providing it meets the regulations of the institution."
Identifier: UA 6.088
Scope and Contents One letter from Dabney Browne, a professor at the College of William and Mary, to G. Southall concerning the room and board for members of the Jones family. He states the Jones' would have to sleep in a room without a fireplace and sit in the family sitting room. The charge for board would be 120 dollars each, with a tuition fee of 20 dollars.
Identifier: 00/02/01/UA 63
Scope and Contents Acc. 1978.002 contains 6 boxes of files arranged alphabetically by subject. This accession includes material on the Society of Alumni, Athletic Association, Computer Center, various consultants and contractors, academic departments and schools, endowments, personnel, and tuition statistics. Acc. 1982.060 contains 27 boxes of files arranged alphabetically by subject. This accession includes material on the Society of Alumni, Athletic Association, college budget, the Board of...
Identifier: UA 6.048
Scope and Contents This collection contains miscellaneous papers about Robert John Morrison and a photocopy of his work College of William and Mary. The volume includes information about the President's House, student housing, and Benjamin Ewell.
Identifier: UA 84
Scope and Contents Fliers from each hall/complex, dorm regulations, counselor's guidelines, contract and resource guide, resident counselor's manual, room lottery, special interest housing, language houses, Project Plus, Mosaic in Jamestown dorm.
Identifier: UA 5.195
Scope and Contents Letter dated November 1, 1858 and written by Tayloe to a woman named Lizzie. He describes his boarding situation (he was a student at the College of William and Mary at the time) and mentions the names of other students boarding with him, listing them by their surnames only (including Page, Harrison, and Robinson). He mentions one student who boarded with a Miss Galt but got homesick. Tayloe further notes that there "ought to be a large number of students, the faculty is an able one, the new...