Sanders, Irwin T. (Irwin Taylor)
Sanders was a Class of 1929 alumnus of Washington and Lee University, taught at the American College in Sofia, Bulgaria, and is now Professor Emeritus at Boston University
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
18th Century Natural Philosophy and 20th Century America, Presented by Prof. Taylor Sanders, History and Prof. Tom Williams, Physics, Washington and Lee University
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This file consists of letters and postcards mostly from Stuart Sanders to his parents. Stuart stayed with his Aunt for the summer, most likely somewhere near New York.
Correspondence from Stuart to his parents about his second term at Washington and Lee.
Stuart writes about his brother, a new suit, school, sports, etc.
This file consists of letters from Stuart to his parents and newspaper clippings.
Correspondence during the beginning of Stuart's junior year at Washington and Lee. Stuart is living in the fraternity house at this time.
Correspondence from summer 1930 before Stuart's senior year at Washington and Lee.
This file consists of correspondence from Staurt to his parents and family. At this time he was living in Richmond and working for his uncle at Sanders Brothers Company.
Stuart writes about Irwin and his Uncle Stuarts health. Irwin is at Princeton at this time. He also writes to his Unlce Tom and Aunt Kathleen thanking them for the car they gave him and of his Christmas plans.
Stuart writes letters to his parents, brother, and Dick about his social life, his relationship with Isabelle, and church.
Stuart writes to John M., his parents, Irwin, and Isabelle with news mostly of his church in Richmond and of his health. There are also a couple of letters from Isabelle to Stuart.
Stuart writes about work, church, and his dating life. He also writes about the passing of his cousin Lorraine.
Stuart writes to his parents, Betty, Dick, Irwin, and other family members about his life in Richmond. During these months Irwin got married.
Stuart writes to his parents with news of football, his studies, and his desire for a typewriter. His report card is also included.
Stuart writes home from his aunt's house in Canandaigua, NY, where he is for the summer.
This file consists of phtographs from various years. There are xeroxed photographs from A Picture History of the Sanders Family, lent to Special Collections in 2000 by Irwin Taylor Sanders II, professor of history at Washington and Lee.
This file consists of two issues of the Ring Tum Phi, both mentioning the study body elections. Stuart ran for the position of head cheerleader. A 1931 Washington and Lee Alumni Magazine is included. There is also the Arcades Club publication, 'The Arcadian,' where Stuart and Irwin's pictures are featured. And Irwin's 'Bulgaria and the Holy Land' is in the file.