Frank M. Cockrell papers
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of correspondence from Frank M. Cockrell during his time as a student at Washington and Lee to his mother and his brother, Alexander. He writes about his classes and examinations, health, and the weather. Included are report cards, proficiency certificates, and his diploma from Washington and Lee University.
- 1873 - 1877
- Cockrell, Francis Marion (Correspondent, Person)
- Cockrell, Alexander F. (Correspondent, Person)
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