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An outdoor photograph of Walter Downie holding a painted banner draped over a cow that reads: 'This is no bull, Walt Downie for Vice President'. The image was taken during Downie's successful run for Washington and Lee University student body vice - president during the 1941 winter term. Walter Downie graduated from Washington and Lee in 1942 and returned to his home state of Texas where he was a rancher. He died in 1999. An unknown man is also in the image seated and milking the cow.
This collection contains his student notebooks for courses in civil engineering (applied mathematics) taught by an unknown professor (possibly Willam Allan). Also contains an account book with records of his expenditures as a student from 1872-1876.
This collection includes 2 items: the muster roll of Captain Walter Bowie's Company G, 40th Regiment, Virginia Volunteers, July 1, 1862 to Jan. 1, 1863; Miley photograph of Bowie.
The guide includes inscriptions from many Rockbridge County, Virginia cemeteries and an accompanying card file has names with genealogical information.
This ledger containing information about hotel guests was recorded by John P. Lynch, property trustee.
This collection contains dance cards from various dances held at Washington and Lee University.
This collection consists of a former Washington and Lee Unversity law student's class notes. The identity of the student is unknown.
This collection contains correspondence (1917-1919), histories, and memoirs of the Washington and Lee University Ambulance Unit during World War I.
This Record Group contains materials created by Washington and Lee University's Hillel.
This collection includes early Washington and Lee University papers and miscellaneous materials supplementary to the university's trustee's papers - W&L University Archives - Record Group 2.
This bond certificate dated August 1869 in the amount of $250 is made out to Madison H. Effinger of Rockbridge County, Virginia, for the endowment of Washington College. The certificate is signed by J. M. Leech, University Treasurer, and John W. Brockenbrough, University Rector.
This collection is an envelope showing a lithograph of Washington College Colonnade between 1865-1875, which is addressed to J. R. Burns of Le Grange, Texas.
This collection is primarily general family correspondence including Civil War letters (dated 1862-1864) from John P. Welsh, a Confederate infantry officer, and James L. Welsh. There are also 34 family letters on microfilm, 12 of which were written by John P. Welsh during his confinement in a Federal prison.
The memoirs include recollections of Gordon's childhood in Georgetown and Washington, D.C., of his relatives and friends, and of his career in the 1st Regiment of Engineers with the Army of Northern Virginia (1862-1865) as well as genealogical information.
A narrative of William Alexander Graham's journeys, medical training, and career from 1816-1819, in Lexington, and Abingdon, Virginia and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, taken from his diaries and letters, including references to some well-known contemporary figures like actors James Wallack and Thomas Cooper and artist Benjamin West.There is a summary of included names and places in the control folder.
This collection consists of two letters, dated 1857 and 1858, to Mrs. E. H. Carrington on matters of business.