Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Contains records, 1967-circa 1980s, of the Williamsburg Post of the American Legion. Includes two printed histories of the Williamsburg post, a photograph of its members, and a poster encouraging people to join the American Legion.
Records from the Arts and Sciences Graduate Center, 2005-2018, consisting of 17 posters promoting the Raft Debate, an annual event consisting of where three faculty members representing the sciences, social sciences, and humanities debate the value of their respective disciplines.
This collection contains playbills and posters from various theater productions that were collected by Gordon W. "Bo" Bohannan from all over the East Coast including New York, Williamsburg, Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to name a few.
25 posters and handpainted scenes from China. Subject matter includes family scenes and cultural themes.
The collection includes fliers, announcements, programs, newsletters, and audio-visual material generated by the Department of Music at William and Mary. Topics document departmental business, visiting performers, recitals and performances by college students and faculty, choir, ensembles, Ewell Concert Series, Jazz Combo, and the Gallery Players.
Collection contains materials from the Hatch Show Print shop in Nashville, Tennessee, including re-strikes of early to mid-twentieth century posters advertising Southern musicians, a Negro League baseball games, a dog warning, holiday greeting, shop brochure, business card, and exhibit postcard for "Moon-lightin.'"
Records, 1946-1979, of the Jamestown Corporation which was responsible for two of Paul Green's outdoor dramas, "The Common Glory," and "The Founders." Includes certificate of incorporation, by-laws, minutes, yearbooks, scripts, programs, ground plans, costume designs audio-visual materials, photographs, music and loose papers (correspondence and budgets).
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.
Posters featuring works illustrated by George Withers while an artist at the European Theater of Operations in Paris, France during World War II. Includes the first page of a letter home to his wife Virginia, Victory in Europe (V-E) Day in Paris, liberated Paris in the summer of 1945, and the Cirque de Paris. There are also two commercial illustrations by George Withers which include a movie poster and a drawing of Walt Whitman's birthplace on Long Island.