Milton J. Elliott, IV Collection
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of a videorecording made by digitizing an original 8 mm film, which is owned by Milton J. Elliott, III, who was a student at W&L during the 1956 Mock Convention. The video is in color and is silent. The footage of the 1956 Mock Convention runs about 8 minutes and is primarily of the parade. Sections of the video showing the convention floor and platform are brief and quite dark. There is also footage of a group of students picknicking at Goshen (about 3 minutes). The last 4 minutes of footage are shots of a wedding at The Homestead. It also consists of newspaper clippings pertainig to W&L Athletics, the 1956 Mock Convention, printed materails like the W&L Swing, and student papers from one of Dr. Leyburn's Sociology class.
- Creation: 1950 - 1956
- Elliott, Milton J., IV (Person)
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