College of William and Mary--History--20th century
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: 00/06/UA 6.065
Scope and Contents This collection includes memorabilia, resolutions, early William and Mary campus photographs, clippings, and correspondence of Charles J. Duke, Jr. Correspondence, reports and photographs relate to Charles Duke's position as the Bursar of the College of William and Mary. Of particular importance is the material on the Norfolk and Richmond Divisions which later became Old Dominion University and Virginia Commonwealth University, especially the correspondence of Director William T. Hodges....
Identifier: UA 5.259
Scope and Contents The collection includes Ewing's Report card for the second semester of the 1929/1930 academic year (Richmond Division), promotional photographs (printed on magazine-style paper) for the Richmond Division's Social Work Program (one of which features Ewing), and a William & Mary booklet containing the words to three different songs: the Alma Mater, "It's a Long Way to Graduation," and "Work for the Day is Coming."