Fishwick, Marshall William
- Existence: 1923 - 2006
B.A., UVA, 1943; M.A., University of Wisconsin; Ph.D., Yale, 1949. Assistant professor of American Studies, W&L, 1949; Associate professor, W&L, 1953; professor, W&L, 1957-63. Professor of Communication Studies and Humanities, VPI and SU.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
File includes an article titled "He Disciplined Popular Culture" as well as an obituary.
The collection consists of research material compiled by Dr. Marshall W. Fishwick on Michael Miley and his developments in color photography. Items of interest include Fishwick's article on Miley published in American Quarterly, a 1904 cabinet card of Michael Miley by his son, Henry, three cabinet cards of the early interior of Lee Chapel, the Colonnade, and VMI's front gates, correspondences between Henry Miley and Fishwick, and copies of several original Miley photographs.
This series includes correspondence, proofs, and reviews concerning Leyburn's book The Way We Lived. Correspondents include Kenneth Rockwell, Marshall Fishwick, Rupert Nelson Latture, Michael Barr, and Lon K. Savage. There are also photographs of Leyburn, his music programs, and notices of his death.
Photocopy of a letter from Tom Wolfe to Professor Carlisle recommending Marshall Fishwick for the Alumni Distinguished Professorship.