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19th and 20th Century Valley of Virginia Folk Art Exhibition Catalog

 Collection
Identifier: RHS-Coll-0008
Scope and Contents This is the catalog for the exhibition 19th & 20th Century Valley of Virginia Folk Art, which was held at Southern Seminary College in Buena Vista, VA during April 1991. This catalog contains descriptive information about the pieces in the exhibit, all of which were from the collection of Linda and Kurt Russ.
Dates: 1991

Collection about Marion Montague Junkin

 Collection
Identifier: WLU-Coll-0613
Scope and Contents This collection contains a memorial volume and papers relating to Junkin and his works. Specifically there is a typescript concerning Marion Junkin's mural, The Struggle for Intellectual Freedom and a program for an exhibit of Junkin's work held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in 1939.
Dates: 1939 - 1979

Gary Apgar cartoons

 Collection
Identifier: WLU-Coll-0706
Content Description Two original pen and ink cartoons drawn by W&L University alumnus Gary Apgar. The cartoons pertain to the mystery of the 1967 disappearance of the W&L mace - a ceremonial staff carried in academic processions. One of the cartoons was published in the April 18, 1967 edition of the student newspaper, Ring Tum Phi with Biology professor Dr. James Holt Starling, University Marshall, depicted as well. The mace was soon recovered.
Dates: 1967

Museums of Washington and Lee University - Record Group 34

 Record Group
Identifier: WLU-RG-0034
Scope and Contents This record group contains archived materials about and created by Washington and Lee University's museums, comprised of Lee Chapel and Museum, the Reeves Collection, and the university's art collection, during the course of its regular business, such as official publications and records of its management.
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined