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Academic writing

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:

Cornelia Storrs Adair Papers

Identifier: UA 5.107
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a college paper for Virginia History on "The Presidents of William & Mary" and a travel brochure for which Miss Cornelia Storrs Adair was the leader.

James Henry Bailey II Essay

Identifier: UA 5.118
Scope and Contents This collections consists of an essay by James Henry Bailey II titled "Peter Francisco: Washington's One-Man Regiment." A note  handwrittien on the title page states:  "This essay won the Cincinnati Prize in 1939."

John B. Terrell Essay

Identifier: UA 5.182
Scope and Contents John B. Terrell's degree essay titled "National Honor vs. National Greed."

Helen G. Johnson Essay

Identifier: UA 5.190
Scope and Contents Student essay written by Johnson titled "The President's House."

Joseph Mason Anderson Essay

Identifier: UA 5.108
Scope and Contents This collection consists of the College of William and Mary student essay titled "What Romeo and Juliet Owes to Shakespeare" which is signed "A.B. Essay June 22, 1904 by J. M. Anderson."

Thomas W. Lawrence Essay

Identifier: UA 5.194
Scope and Contents Senior essay written by Thomas W. Lawrence titled, "Modern Education."

Frederick Parker Essay

Identifier: UA 5.206
Scope and Contents Frederick Parker's essay on Spartacus, written in 1899.

William C. Parsons Essay

Identifier: UA 5.204
Scope and Contents This collection consists of Parson's essay on Edmund Burke and was submitted for his A.B. degree.

Clayton B. Phillips English Paper

Identifier: UA 5.214
Scope and Contents The collection contains Clayton B. Phillips' English 131 paper, "The College Library."

Charles W. Sydnor Papers

Identifier: UA 5.184
Scope and Contents This collection contains an essay written by Sydnor titled "Realisation of the Ideal Ration-self" and a petition to the faculty of the College of William and Mary.  The petition was submitted by members of the senior class to confer a diploma upon Sydnor. It is signed by nine seniors: James Hubard Lloyd, Thomas Peachy Spencer, John Baynham Terrell, Alfred Lynch Terrell, Charles Irving Carey, Herman Blankinship, Slater Clay Blackiston, Charles Franklin Counts, and W. E. McDonald.