Washington and Lee University
Found in 319 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of two letters that are dated December 26, 1872, and June 21, 1874, and which were written from Frank to his sister, Mrs. McCartney, while he was a student at Washington and Lee University.
This collection consists of correspondence from Frank M. Cockrell during his time as a student at Washington and Lee to his mother and his brother, Alexander. He writes about his classes and examinations, health, and the weather. Included are report cards, proficiency certificates, and his diploma from Washington and Lee University.
This collection includes Washington and Lee University-related photographs, documents, and mementos from McWane's days as a student and member of Omicron Delta Kappa, as well as a citation for his later work with the Virginia State Ports Authority.
In this booklet, President Gaines recognizes notable contributors to the university.
This file consists of three newspaper articles, two of which are from Rockbridge County News, which all provide general histories of a variety of historic homes in the Lexington and Rockbridge Area. The file also includes a typescript essay on old homes in and near Lexington, as well as a housing bond and appraisal letter from Gauranty Bond and Mortgage Company in Richmond, Virginia.
This notebook contains biochemistry notes of Whitney during his tenure at Washington and Lee University.
In this letter George Rader, while a student at Washington and Lee University, writes to his sister Susan.
This file consists of Washington and Lee Glee Club programs. Many of the Glee Club's concerts were join concerts with Hollins College or Sweet Briar College.
This record group contains materials created by the University's student and faculty organizations, including fraternities, sororities, and honorary societies, such as official publications by these groups and records about their management.
This collection includes the handwritten and the typed drafts of Mr. Ryan's book Persuasive Advocacy. It also includes rough drafts and information used for his article on Harry S. Truman and his book American Orators of the 20th Century. It includes galleys of his book American Orators Before 1900.
Includes correspondence from W. H. Davy and Sons to George M. Minefree (Washington and Lee University Class of 1908 and president of the Harry Lee Boat Club at Washington and Lee University), and from the E. J. Kerns Company, concerning boats ordered by the club. Also contains correspondence from the C&O Railroad to William Riser (Washington and Lee University Class of 1908) concerning transportation of the boats. A key to the boathouse is included in the collection.
This collection consists of correspondence between Ward and George Washington Custis Lee during his time as President of Washington and Lee University.