Universities and colleges -- Faculty
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Photographs of employees and students on campus as their going about their daily work. By Scott J. Ferrell.
This collection includes a 5-page paper by Allen Moger concerning the Army Enlisted Reserve Corps (E.R.C.) at Washington and Lee University and letters received by Moger from students who were called to active duty from the E.R.C.
This letter is from Toynbee to Washington and Lee University President, Francis P. Gaines, upon Toynbee's departure from the University in June 1958.
Carte de visite photograph of Carter James Harris by Boude and Miley. Harris was a faculty member of Washington College and Washington and Lee University from 1858-1894. This item is signed by Harris.
This collection includes drafts, manuscripts, and corrected typescripts of published and several unpublished novels, short story collections, volumes of poetry, his lectures, and a list of all of Stuart's publications from 1959-2009.
In this Jan. 31, 1849 letter to Phelps Collins at West Point, New York, Hill describes the students he is teaching at Washington College and the townspeople of Lexington.
This notebook contains biochemistry notes of Whitney during his tenure at Washington and Lee University.
This collection consists of letters written to Henry Donald Campbell, mostly from his colleagues at Washington and Lee University when he was on a leave of absence from the university.
This notebook contains questions created by Madison for use in teaching his students at the College of William and Mary about Adam Smith's The Wealth of Nations.
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 includes 11 items, all expressing sympathy at the death of Mrs. Bradford's husband, Vincent L. Bradford, a benefactor of Washington and Lee University. There is a resolution passed by the Washington and Lee University faculty in tribute to the memory of Mr. Vincent L. Bradford.
Statement of appreciation for the life of John Holladay Latane adopted by the Maryland Historical Society, of which he was a member. Statement includes biographical information about his life. A copy of the statement was sent to each of the schools where he attended and taught. It is signed by the historical society's secretary, James E. [Haucoch].
Typescript autobiography includes excerpts about Milton W. Humphreys' student and teaching years at Washington College and Washington and Lee University from 1866-1875.
These Papers include Lord's correspondence, class outlines, and tests, as well as sports-related articles collected by Lord.
This collection is Reid White's grade book from 1874-1875. The grades consist of: 0 - failure, 5 - indifferent, 8 - good, 9 - very good, 10 - perfect.
Photocopy of a letter from Tom Wolfe to Professor Carlisle recommending Marshall Fishwick for the Alumni Distinguished Professorship.