Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
A Christmas card from "Karen" to "Layne." A 4th of July card from "Joy" to "Layne." A thank you card from "Joy" to "Layne", and a thank you card unaddressed from "Kristin, Ben, Abby + Theo." 8 prints featuring animal illustrations. Two drafts for "Cool Your Fins: Chuckles Learns to Relax." Two drafts for "Part Two, Belly Breathing, Excellent Resource for Parents." 4 sheets of paper with original illustrations, and a book draft with print illustrations.
One color print of the Wren Building at the College of William and Mary created by Baylor Pictures, Norfolk, Va.
Fourteen satirical cartoons created by Charles Homer McCutchen, a United States Army private serving in World War II. McCutchen was a resident of Chicago, and worked after the war as a painter and a freelance artist. The cartoons in this group feature commentary on military life, as well as politics.
Content warnings for racial caricatures.
A single, ninety-four page sketchbook. Contains sketches, drawings, notes, and sections of song lyrics or poems. Much of the art is of the horror genre, featuring skeletons, wraiths, ect. Unknown artist who signed their work "Fishead."
Papers of Alexander Galt, Jr. and his family. Mostly correspondence but also includes contracts, financial records, diaries, notebooks, sculptures and ephemera. Most items written to, or by, Alexander Galt, Jr. when he was living in Florence, Italy. Alexander Galt's sketchbook which includes photograph of Galt's sketch of General Stonewall Jackson.
Inventory is in Box 1, Folder 1. Sketchbook is in Box 5.
79 original ink sketches of dogs by Carol B. Hannum. The works range in size and were illustrate different breeds and poses of the canine species. Most drawings contain a date caption, breed of dog, if known, and the name of the dog. Some are dogs owned by friends of the artist while others are labelled, "neighborhood dog" or "rescue."
One color print of the Wren Building at the College of William and Mary created by David A. Keeling. The print was published and made available from University Artworks, Lexington, Va, signed by the artist, and numbered 318.
Autograph album, 1830-1832, of Honoria O'Grady of Norfolk, Virginia. Many entries are signed and dated in Portsmouth and Suffolk, Virginia. Includes several acrostics and a sketch of a sailing ship.
Collection of four black and white prints created by Charles H. Overly. They are sketches of various buildings in Colonial Williamsburg. They include the Governor's Palace, the Capital, Bruton Parish Church and the Wren Building which is part of the campus of the College of William and Mary.
The collection consists of letters, ephemera, and original art work created by S. Cole Bradley while stationed in the Philippines as a staff sergeant in the United States Air Force during World War II. The bulk of the letters are addressed to Eudora Lampman, whom he would later marry. The sketches are done in pencil as well as pen and ink with watercolors. The drawings depict everyday military life in the Philippines including ships, landscapes, and servicemen at work and leisure.
The original pencil sketch of Mary Ann Bowden, aged 15 years, was drawn by a Union soldier during the Battle of Williamsburg, May 5-6, 1862. It was presented to Governor Morgan of New York by Lewis Post of Seneca County, New York, on May 26, 1862, Williamsburg College Hospital.