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Wren Building (Williamsburg, Va.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Baylor Pictures print of Wren Building

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01618
Scope and Contents One color print of the Wren Building at the College of William and Mary created by Baylor Pictures, Norfolk, Va.

Karla K. Bruno Papers, 2007-2010

 Collection
Identifier: UA 5.128
Scope and Contents Material collected and created by William & Mary alumna Karla K. Bruno, ranging from 2007-2010 and related to the organizations 'Save the Wren Cross,' 'ShouldNicholBeRenewed.org,' and 'The Society for the College.' Also included are: copies of material related to the Department of Philosophy (2007), an interview with Gene Nichol on PBS's "What Matters" (January 2008; VHS tape) and a Fox News piece "Wren Cross" with Brit Hume (circa 2006-2007, VHS tapes.

David A. Keeling Print of Wren Building

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01617
Scope and Contents 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.

Charles H. Overly prints of Colonial Williamsburg and the Wren Building

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01616
Scope and Contents 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.

Wren Building Damascene Etching

 Collection
Identifier: UA 8.008
Scope and Contents Scene of the Christopher Wren Building at the College of William & Mary etched on pure silver with 24 karat gold electroplate, and burnished in copper and bronze. The damascene was part of a limited edition produced by Reed & Barton, numbered 35 and registered and issued to Archie Roy Stubbs, Class of 1931.