College of William and Mary--History--20th century
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 255 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: UA 6.118
Scope and Contents Two letters sent to William James Young in September 1911 concerning employment at William & Mary. The first letter is from Registrar, H. L. Bridges, and dated September 5, 1911. It acknowledges receiving Young's acceptance of his position of Physical Director, Physician, and Coach. The second letter is from President Lyon G. Tyler and dated September 7, 1911. It discusses the condition of employment and includes Young's salary.
Identifier: UA 5.263
Identifier: SC 00053
Scope and Contents Jan. 1944 postcard written by William W. Hanawalt to his wife in Allentown, Pa., while Hanawalt was stationed at Camp Peary, Va. The postcard states that "we are to get exceptionally good chow this week . . . this morning we had pork chops and for noon chow we had turkey and lots of it." The front of the postcard is of the football stadium at "William and Mary College" in Williamsburg, Va.
Identifier: UA 351
Scope and Contents This collection is composed of material collected and created by the Williamsburg Documentary Project. The Williamsburg Documentary Project conducts oral history interviews and builds physical and digital archives, as well as other activities, through which it interprets Williamsburg’s recent past. This collection includes publications, news clippings, interviews, and planning documents about Merchant's Square, New Town, food, immigration, as well as events related to the controversy...
Identifier: UA 5.010
Scope and Contents This collection includes audio recordings and a paper by Mark Wurzbacher, related to student political activities circa 1969. The paper is entitled "A Comparative Study on the Origin and Development of Political Beliefs and Attitudes in Student Liberal Activists and Student Conservatives (using samples from the Students for Liberal Action and the Young Americans for Freedom at the College of William and Mary in Virginia)" and was written for Sociology 402. The groups referenced in the paper...