Sanders, Stuart, II
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence from Stuart to his parents about his second term at Washington and Lee.
This file mostly contains letters from Stuart home to his parents during his last months of his first year at Washington and Lee. It also includes correspondence between Dr. Smith and Robert Sanders about Stuart's poor math grades.
Stuart writes about his final exams and grades, plans for the summer, and courses for his second year 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.
This file consists of correspondence between Stuart and his parents. It also consists of commencement material, where Irwin was the valedictorian. Stuart's letter to the president of the school applying for reinstatment (because of lack of credits) and the dean's response are included. Stuart was reinstated on strict probation.
Correspondence during the beginning of Stuart's junior year at Washington and Lee. Stuart is living in the fraternity house at this time.
This file consists of correspondence from Stuart to his parents, as well as a few letters from Betty to Stuart's parents. Campaign cards from Stuart's campaign for head cheerleader are included.
Correspondence from summer 1930 before Stuart's senior year at Washington and Lee.
This file consists of letters written by Stuart at the beginning of his senior year. He writes of his rocky relationship during this time with Betty. A program from the University Kentucky vs. Washington and Lee football game is also included.
This file consists of correspondence during he end of Stuart's senior year at Washington and Lee. It also consists of a baccalaureate program, a commencement program, a Finals Week Dances book and program.
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 to his parents with news of work and church in Richmond. He also writes of Irwin's trip back to America.
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 to his family about church, work, and his social life.
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.