Washington and Lee University
Found in 319 Collections and/or Records:
Paper on Willson-Walker House by Anthony Murray for Pam Simpson at Washington and Lee University, 1974
This file consists of a paper by Anthony M. Murray for Pam Simpson's architecture 107 class in Spring of 1974 entitled "Architecture Project: The Appalachia Pickin' Parlor." The paper details the history and provenance of the "Pickin' Parlor," formerly the Lexington Meat Market and later the Wilson-Walker house, both in ownership and in astylistic exterior and interior architectural features.
These records compiled by Agelasto on coeducation at Washington and Lee University from 1983-1984 include letters from alumni, surveys and studies, discussions and reports, and letters from the university president, John D. Wilson.
Photograph, Interior View of a Student Boarding House, Washington and Lee University, c. 1930 - 1942
A photograph of an interior view of a student boarding house on W&L's campus referred to on its reverse as 'The Little House'. The inscription, dated 1942, is written to 'Paul' (believed to be Paul Sanders, W&L class of 1943) from a 'Mrs. Lee.'
This photograph is a platinum print of a Washington and Lee University (WLU) alumnus Frank Howard or possibly his younger brother Harry Howard. The siblings both attended WLU at the same time and graduated in the class of 1875.
Includes 82 items collected by Charles Manson Crutchfield, including 38 photographs some of which are of Confederate generals and were taken by Michael Miley, postcards and printed materials, most of which concern Washington and Lee University and the surrounding city of Lexington, Virginia during the 1880's
This collection consists of a contemporary copy of c. 1885-1920 era photograph of the Graham House on the south end of the Washington and Lee University campus just behind the R. E. Lee Memorial Episcopal Church. It is possible that this is an early view of the W&L's East Asian Language Center.
This file consists of two copies of a photographs of members of the Walker family, as idenitified on the back, and Wright's Orchestra from Ohio who played at Washington and Lee dances. The picture most likely is taken a Blandome.
12 photographs of Washington and Lee University campus which include the colonnade and academic buildings, Lee Chapel, Doremus gym, dorms, and fraternity houses. The photographs were taken by Army officer J.W. 'Bill' Stevens, who attended the U.S. Army's School for Personnel Services hosted by Washington and Lee University during World War Two.
An assortment of approximately eighty-three photographs and negatives of Washington and Lee University's Reid Hall. The images span about one hundred years and include modern copies of earlier images as well as original photos.
Postcard by McCrum Drug Co.
Postcard by McCrum Drug Co.
This collection consists of a black and white postcard of the trestle and bridge on North River in Lexington, Virginia. The postcard is credited to Cyrus Hall McCormick Library, Washington and Lee.