Showing Collections: 126 - 150 of 254
This collection primarily contains correspondence and lectures of Jefferson Davis Futch. It also contains an undated audiorecording of Ward Briggs speaking about James Graham Leyburn. We believe this speech was given at an alumni event on the subject of liberal arts education and Greek philosophy.
This collection includes social notes written by Lexington, Va. ladies to Stern while he was a student at Washington College. Correspondents include Agnes Lee, Mary Custis Lee, and Mildred Lee.
This letter, dated September 11, 1815, is from Joab G. Cooper, who resided in Hanover, New York, and references his appointment at an academy in Virginia.
This letter was written from John McCreary to his mother on January 26, 1865 while he was serving in the Confederate States of America Army. It was written from Camp Ferguson's Brigade, Sandersville, Washington County, Georgia.
This collection includes Graham's compositions, World War I papers and correspondence, memorabilia of Washington and Lee University activities, scores, sheet music, notebooks, and other correspondence.
This collection consists of a letter dated December 4, 1860. Gough apologizes for the delay in his response to Cullis and writes that he complies with Cullis' request.
This letter from John G. Saxe to Henry F. Williams is dated March 24, 1860.
Principally concert programs, correspondence, clippings and photographs relating to the Washington and Lee Glee Club and its participation in the Fred Waring National College Glee Club competition, 1942. Includes personal correspondence mainly relating to his Washington and Lee career, 1926-1973.
In this letter, Peyton writes to an officer of the Superior Court, most likely of Augusta County, Virginia, concerning a debt of $250.00.
This letter from March 24, 1791 to Henry Knox discusses Hancock's sending two quintals of fish to be shipped from Boston to Philadelphia.
In this letter, dated 1822 Aug. 15, John Jordan gives the Committee of the Board of Trustees, specifications for construction of the center building at Washington College in Lexington, Va.
This collection contains receipts and letters concerning John Jordan's financial matters.
This collection includes a letter, December 12, 1845, to Virginia Congressman William Taylor concerning a federal appointment; a letter from Alexander H.H. Stuart, August 13, 1861; document, September 26, 1863, signed by Letcher exempting a slave from public works for the Confederate government; 3 letters to J. Hinholzer, November 3, 1864, December 3, 1864, and May 15, 1865; subscription list of a testimonial to Charles A. Davidson for service on behalf of the Conservative ticket.
This collection contains eight letters to Campbell, a notebook on Campbell's geological observations, and miscellaneous papers including a broadside.
Included in the papers are diaries, letters, and 25 photographs; also included are letters of several generals and high ranking officers of the American Civil War; Godown's diary is dated 1853-1861; his letters are dated 1861-1865; General Henry Lawton's letters are dated 1886-1899; and the family photographs are dated 1873-1935.
This letter is from John M. Ruff to his cousin John M. Martin.
This collection includes 16 letters from Dull to his wife, written while serving, first in the valley, then in eastern Virginia near Petersburg, with the Stonewall Brigade, 5th Division, in the army of the Confederate States of America; a photograph; and printed genealogy of the Koiner family.
This collection consists of a typescript of a speech delivered at Martinsburg, West Virginia (January 4, 1905); law license (1895); statements of assets (1904-1917); correspondence, and a legal document for the purchase of real estate (1898-1930).
This collection contains various items including letters to, from, and concerning John Garrow.
This collection contains two of John Brockenbrough's personal correspondences, a letter of resignation from Washington and Lee University, and a bank receipt from the Bank of Lexington. One of the personal correspondences contains information about military movements in Virginia during the American Civil War.
This is a letter from Jonathan Daniels to Mr. Stubbs in which he discusses Daniels' recent book Prince of Carpetbaggers.