Washington and Lee University
Found in 319 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains two notebooks of student Joseph Glass' class notes taken on William Graham's lectures on human nature.
This collection contains Zamorski's certificate from the Washington and Lee Athletic Council stating that he has been awarded the university's monogram as Head Cheerleader for the 1942-1943 school year, as well as the monogram itself. Also included is a songbook printed for the university's Glee Club. class of 1945.
This has a baritone solo and chrorus for the Washington and Lee Glee Club.
This file contains an insurance policy for the amount of forty five hundred dollars for a house owned by Judith Bulter between the gates of V.M.I. and Washington and Lee. The insurance company is Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance company, based out of New York City in the United States branch.
This collection includes 11 items, all expressing sympathy at the death of Mrs. Bradford's husband, Vincent L. Bradford, a benefactor of Washington and Lee University. There is a resolution passed by the Washington and Lee University faculty in tribute to the memory of Mr. Vincent L. Bradford.
Contains a number of lesson plans and course notes from Leyburn's time as a professor at Washington and Lee University, amongst other locations.
This collection consists of subscriber lists, financial reports, printed material, and correspondence related to the Lee Endowment Fund.
File includes various copies of programs for memorial services honoring Robert E. Lee as well as an article entitled "Decoration Day at the Graves of Lee and Jackson."
An address by President Gaines to the officers and directors of The Robert E. Lee Memorial Foundation.
This is a notebook of mathematical exercises by a student, Lewis F. Dantzler.
This collection consists of correspondence of Lewis F. Powell, Jr. concerning Washington and Lee University from 1959-1970 and materials regarding his nomination to the United States Supreme Court in 1971.
This file consists of sheet music from Washington and Lee's Troubadours' prouduction of 'The Lady in Green.'
This song was from 'The Lady in Green' presented by The Troubadours at Washington and Lee University.
Two letters between Cocke and Woodrow Wilson concerning the presidency of Washington and Lee University, after the death of William Lyne Wilson. As a member of the Board of Trustees, Cocke offered the job to Wilson, then a professor at Princeton University. Wilson declined the offer.
This collection includes student memorabilia of Lucius and Cave Desha, including programs, pamphlets and Michael Miley photographs of students and faculty.