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Washington and Lee University. Journalism Laboratory Press


Found in 102 Collections and/or Records:

The Alfred I. DuPont Awards in Radio and Television, 1952

Scope and Contents

This one page announcement details the scholarship awards of the Alfred I.duPont Awards Foundation.

Dates: Digitized: 1952

The Blue Ridge Garden Club Presents Trial by Jury, 1944

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This is the program for the Gibert and Sullivan play 'Trial by Jury'. Theis play was actually performed in the Rockbridge County Court House.

Dates: 1944

The Caduciette, 1941

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This booklet describes the activities of The Mu Chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity during the 1940-41 school year.

Dates: 1941

The John Randolph Tucker Lectures , 1951

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This folder is the program for the John Randolph Tucker Lecture for 1951 by the Honorable John J. Parker:. 'The Significance of the Nurnberg Trials in Establishing a World Order Based on Law.'

Dates: 1951

The Lee Memorial Journalism Foundation , 09-01-1942

 File — Box 2: [Barcode: 0000005769], Folder: 8, Box: data_value_missing_85bb78d36d1e5305032e1e2553be086b
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This book is a physical history of the Lee Memorial Journalism Foundation written by C. Tom Garten '42 ass part of a research project. It describes the origins and growth of the foundation up to the early 1940's.

Dates: 09-01-1942

The Lexington Chronicle, 03-01-1975

 File — Box 3: [Barcode: 0000004270], Folder: 1
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An eight page newspaper printed as a ' Journalism Laboratory exercise by students of Journalism 202 at Washington and Lee University.' 38 x 59cm.

Dates: 03-01-1975

The School for Special Service , 1943

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This folder describes the U.S. Army's School for Special Service, the Eighth Class of which was held at Washington and Lee.

Dates: 1943

The Washington Literary Society, 1940

Scope and Contents From the Record Group:

This record group contains materials created by individual academic departments.

Dates: 1940

The William Parks Paper Mill at Wiiliamsburg, 1939

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A paper read before the Bibliographical Society of America describing the first and oldest paper mill in colonial Virginia. R

Dates: 1939

The Zeta Sig, 1942

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This booklet describes the activities of The Zeta Chapter of Sigma Chi fraternity for the 1941-42 school year.

Dates: 1942

There Goes Your Alumni Magazine...UP IN SMOKE..., 1950

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A single sheet with a photo of a crowd observing the university print shop building on fire and a printed announcement stating that university publications would be delayed.

Dates: 1950

These Are the Dreams, 1935

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A collection of poems by Joe H.Ford, Jr., a student who died prematurely at age 18 while attending W & L. Illustrated.

Dates: 1935

Third Annual Graphic Arts Education Guild Yearbook, 1938

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This book contains a Who's Who of officers and members as well a brief summation of the guild's yearly activities.

Dates: 1938

Two Lectures by Americo Castro, 1948

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Folder. An announcement of lectures by ProfessorAmericao Castro, Don Quixote and Litertaure and Human Values.

Dates: 1948

Washington and Lee 1947 Football Season , 1947

Scope and Contents

This brochure provides ticket information and the schedule for the 1947 football season. and the schedule.

Dates: 1947

Washington and Lee 1948 Football Season, 1948

Scope and Contents

This brochure includes ticket information and the 1948 schedule. Two brochures togeteher, never cut apart.

Dates: 1948

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Fraternal organizations 12
Graphic arts 9
Fund raising 5
World War (1939-1945) 5
College athletes 4
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Concerts 4
Virginia -- Lexington 4
Commencement ceremonies 3
Football 3
Printing 3
Societies 3
Soliders 3
American Civil War (United States : 1861-1865) 2
Athletics 2
College benefactors 2
College students 2
Concert programs 2
Flower gardening -- Societies, etc. 2
Humanities 2
Law schools 2
Military education 2
Poets 2
Political conventions 2
Political conventions -- U.S. states 2
Press 2
Printing in education 2
Veterans -- Education 2
Virginia 2
Virginia -- Williamsburg 2
Vocal music -- Performance 2
Writing 2
Academic achievement 1
Academic librarians 1
Academic libraries 1
Academic libraries -- Departmental libraries 1
Academic writing 1
American poetry 1
Art -- Exhibitions 1
Art museums 1
Bands (Music) 1
Banks and banking -- Administration 1
Banks and banking -- Finance 1
Basic training (Military education) 1
Book collecting 1
Book collecting -- Periodicals 1
College student newspapers and periodicals -- Publishing 1
College student orientation 1
Critics -- Books and reading 1
Detective and mystery plays 1
Detective and mystery plays, English 1
Education, Higher 1
Education, Higher -- Scholarships, fellowships, etc. 1
Education, Rural 1
Educational benefactors 1
Family -- Portraits 1
Fantasy literature, Spanish 1
German periodicals 1
Glee clubs 1
Graphic arts -- Management 1
Graphic arts -- Technological innovations 1
Incunabula 1
Incunabula -- Collectors and collecting 1
Incunabula -- Library resources 1
Intramural sports 1
Journalism, College 1
Journalism, College -- Study and teaching 1
Libraries 1
Linotype 1
Literary movements 1
Military campaigns 1
Newspaper publishing 1
Newspapers 1
Paper mills 1
Parades 1
Poetry 1
Printing -- Historiography 1
Printing industry 1
Printing presses 1
Radio 1
Rare books 1
Romance languages 1
Scholarships 1
Speeches, addresses, etc., American 1
Student publications 1
Students and war 1
Surgeons 1
Television broadcasting 1
Undergraduate libraries 1
University presses 1
Veterans 1
Virginia -- Dinwiddie County 1
Virginia -- Jamestown 1
War crimes 1
War crimes -- Law and legislation 1
Winter sports 1
Women violinists 1
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