Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: UA 16
Scope and Contents Records pertaining to the beginning of an AAUP chapter at the College of William and Mary including minutes, notes, and drafts. Also included is information about the national, regional and local AAUP. The collection includes: minutes; constitution and by-laws with amendments; correspondence; publications; treasurer's reports; press releases; and interviews. This material deals with fringe benefits and compensation; higher education; academic policy; faculty participation in university...
Identifier: UA 189
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials relating to Ash Lawn Highland, the estate of President James Monroe. The estate is now a house museum owned by the College of William and Mary. The collection consists of architectural and archaeological research regarding the historic home. The majority of the collection is reports, plans, sketches, and photographs relating to the Historic American Buildings Survey 's preservation of Ash Lawn Highland. The collection also includes brochures, pamphlets, and...
Identifier: UA 6.086
Scope and Contents This collections consists of documents related to the development of School of Education courses designed to train teachers in the use of microcomputers [computers] in the mid-to-late 1980s. The collection includes press releases, a description and rationale for such courses, 1 syllabus for "Education 563-Problems in Education: Microcomputers in Education" and 1 syllabus for "Education 666-Application of Computer to Educational Problems: The Microcomputer." Also in this collection...
Identifier: 01/Mss. 83 B31
Scope and Contents Records, 1968-1982, of Herbert H. Bateman, Virginia Republican State Senator from Newport News. Includes correspondence with constituents and state officials; bills and legislative materials; memorandum; reports; pamphlets; and publications arranged according to subject. The collection contains background information and committee working papers showing Virginia's responses to the energy crisis of the late 1970's and to Ronald Reagan's "New Federalism" programs as well as the state's policies...
Identifier: SC 01320
Scope and Contents Annoucement, 1981, of the launch of the first personal computers. Includes the technical specifications of the computer and available accessories, contract options, warranty information, prices for the computer and optional accessories, and other information.
Identifier: Mss. Acc. 2014.044
Scope and Contents Printed ephemera, newspapers, and other publications, related to the 1936 Olympic games in Berlin, Germany, collected by James G. Driver, one of the trainers with the US team. Also included is a photo album, individually assembled with commercially produced photo prints and several postcards. This photo album includes pictures of Olympic village, the torch relay, the opening ceremony, and athletes (including Jesse Owens and Luz Long, among others). Other items included are: a pamphlet...
Identifier: 01/Mss. Acc. 2007.111
Scope and Contents Papers of United States Representative Jo Ann Davis, Congresswoman from Virginia's First District from 2000 to 2007. The Papers are mostly legislative material where she was involved either as an originator of or co-signer to Dear Colleague letters or as a sponsor or co-sponsor to legislation, but also includes speeches, press releases and office files. The first folder is the first box contains news clippings, biographical information, list of staff members and definitions of...
Identifier: 01/Mss. 88 L39 and Additions
Scope and Contents Papers of Linda Lavin which document her career as a Broadway and television actress, and also as an advocate of women’s rights and equal opportunity. Newspaper clippings, interviews, news releases, and personal letters record her success as a member of Neil Simon’s Broadway play, “Broadway Bound,” for which she received a Tony Award, the Drama Desk Award, and the Helen Hayes Award in 1987 as best leading actress. Newsclippings also record her roles as producer and actress in made...
Identifier: UA 120
Scope and Contents The collection is predominantly composed of material documenting the public activities of the Muscarelle Museum of Art at the College of William and Mary. It includes fliers and booklets from exhibits, dedications, classes, calendars, press releases, newsletters, and annual reports that were previously part of the University Archives Publications Collection. Also included is material from the "So Good a Design" exhibit primarily about the Wren Building and proposals for a Fine and Performing...
Identifier: UA 49
Scope and Contents As Director of Public Relations, Pinckney worked in a two-person office with office assistant Emily Sneed and includes much about campus experience from 1938-1942. The office did not cover sports publicity, which was handled by the Athletics Department. Pinckney and Sneed also oversaw the Wren Building Guides, a group of male students who interpreted and gave tours of the Wren Building. Pinckney’s records include correspondence with Deans Grace Landrum, J. Wilfred Lambert, and James W. Miller;...