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Washington and Lee University. Journalism Laboratory Press


Found in 102 Collections and/or Records:

The Blue Ridge Garden Club Presents Trial by Jury, 1944

Scope and Contents 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

Scope and Contents 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

Scope and Contents 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, Folder: 8, Box: data_value_missing_85bb78d36d1e5305032e1e2553be086b
Scope and Contents 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, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents 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

Scope and Contents 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