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File — Box 1, Folder: Control, 1-6
Scope and Contents Anonymized transcripts of recorded exit interviews with forty graduating Black students from Washington and Lee University in 1997. The interviews were organized and arranged by WLU's Institutional Effectiveness Committee to gain a range of perspectives on campus climate and the WLU student experience. The interview questions were created by WLU professors Ted Delaney (History) and David Novack (Sociology), Associate Dean of Students for Minority Affairs Anece McCloud, and students Mogana...
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Collection consists of an audio cd and typed transcription of an oral history interview of Hal Myers. Sr., by Margaret G. Myers in 1972. Mr. Myers, born in 1898, was a retired merchant and postmaster from Forks of Buffalo, Amherst County, Virginia.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of 1st editions of a selection of James Dickey's publications (some signed and/or inscribed); Dickey's contributions to books and pamphlets; journal articles by Dickey; interviews; criticism; anthologies; multimedia; photographs; broadsides (some framed, signed); miscellaneous items on his book and the film Deliverance; and publications related to Ward Briggs' book The Complete Poems of James Dickey (U. South Carolina,...
Dates: translation missing: en.enumerations.date_label.Creation: 1940 - 2013
Scope and Contents The Theodore C. (Ted) DeLaney, Jr. Collection is composed of materials from Dr. Ted DeLaney’s personal and professional life including genealogy and personal history; historical research, correspondences, and papers as historian and professor at Washington and Lee University. The collection is arranged in three series. Of note are Dr. Delaney's research on school desegregation in Lexington, Virginia and in Southwest Virginia and a series of video interviews with Dr. DeLaney completed in...
Dates: translation missing: en.enumerations.date_label.Creation: Majority of material found within 1940 - 2020