Washington College (Lexington, Va.)
Found in 107 Collections and/or Records:
This collection is an envelope showing a lithograph of Washington College Colonnade between 1865-1875, which is addressed to J. R. Burns of Le Grange, Texas.
This letter was written by William Brazelton from New Market, Tennessee on February 25, 1866 to Robert E. Lee. Brazelton writes as a way to introduce J. M. Gillespie from Rhea County who attended Washington College. He also explains some events of his life, as well as the nature of young southern men.
Student William C. P. Carrington writes his friend Peachy Breckinridge on life at Washignton Collecge in Lexington, Virginia. Both were from Botetourt County, Virginia.
This letter was written by William H. Kinnon from Tangipaho Station, Lousiana on March 13, 1866 to Robert E. Lee. Kinnon writes to request information on costs of attendance for the sons of his five sisters.
This letter was written by William Hunter from Savannah, Georgia on March 9, 1866 to Robert E. Lee. Hunter writes to Lee informing him that his three sons wish to attend Washington College. He describes the natures of his sons as well as their academic potential.
This collection includes 34 letters, 1865-1870, written to his father while Thom was a student at Washington College, four letters to Thom from various correspondents, college grade reports and programs, and other printed material.