Found in 362 Collections and/or Records:
Robert Selph Henry Correspondence
Includes copies of correspondence between Robert Henry and Douglas Southall Freeman about Freeman writing a foreword for Henry's book The Story of the Conferderacy as well as copies of correspondence between Washington and Lee University Dean Frank Gilliam and Major Edward C. Betts about a Boude and Miley photograph of Robert E. Lee owned by Betts and used by Henry in this book.
Robert Stewart Papers
This collection includes papers, scores, professional files, and recordings reflecting Stewart's compositions in published and draft forms and their performances, as well as societies to which he belonged, and correspondence with colleagues. There are 9 reel-to-reel recordings of performances.
Roger Mudd Papers
S. T. Burke Letter
This four page letter from S. T. Burke (could be R. T.) to Elliotte Porter is dated April 20, 1838.
Sam Houston Correspondence
Sam Houston Letcher Letter
In this letter to Colonel Benjamin B. Jordan, dated April 1, 1880, Letcher asks for advice on a potential business transaction. Philidelphia and Harrisonburg are both mentioned.
Samuel H. Chester papers
This collection contains two original manuscript copies and one photocopy of Samuel H. Chester's valedictory address given on June 27, 1872 at Washington and Lee University. It also contains correspondence about the presence of this address in the University's Special Collections and Archives.
Samuel Houston Correspondence
This June 20, 1836 letter to G.A. Baker concerns the celebration of American Independence Day in Lexington, Va.
Samuel Jordan Graham Papers
This collection includes 11 letters from various correspondents, such as Ray Stannard Baker, Charles Evans Hughes, and Woodrow Wilson, as well as addresses, certificates, genealogy, and newspaper clippings.
Samuel M. Engelhardt Collection
This collection contains 10 photos of an unidentified archaeological dig, two photographs of Washington and Lee University students, one photograph of the Lexington Passenger Train Station, two fraternity letters from Phi Kappa Alpha, and a Washington and Lee University English exam on Charles Dickens dated 1907-1908.
Sarah Custis Poulson Letter
This letter from Sarah Custis Poulson to the Honorable, Harry St. George Tucker, IV is dated April 27, 1920 and written from Lexington, Virginia. There is also an envelope and transcription.
Schoenbrun Collection of Virginia Historical Manuscripts
Series 1, 1925 - 1973
Series 2, 1987 - 1993
This series includes correspondence, proofs, and reviews concerning Leyburn's book The Way We Lived. Correspondents include Kenneth Rockwell, Marshall Fishwick, Rupert Nelson Latture, Michael Barr, and Lon K. Savage. There are also photographs of Leyburn, his music programs, and notices of his death.
Shields Family Papers
This collection contains the papers of the Shields family from 1832-1990 including business documents, family genealogy notes, correspondence, photographs, and William R. Shields poetry.
South Carolina Papers
This collection consists of papers from South Carolina, including: two letters, January 11 and January 14, 1865, from Major General Joseph Wheeler to General Braxton Bragg; printed 1833 broadside of a restrictive bill concerning slavery in South Carolina; other Civil War documents.
St. George Tucker Correspondence
This letter, dated 1794 Mar. 10, to John Page discusses the protection of maritime shipping and the situation in France.
Stephen Dill Lee letter
In this letter from Stephen Dill Lee to Mrs. Gray, dated 1904 from Columbus, Missippi, Lee thanks Mrs. Gray for her kind Christmas letter and writes that it caused him to recall events from the American Civil War era, during which he served with her husband.
Stonewall Jackson Correspondence
This collection contains three letters. One, dated March 7, 1863 written in Caroline County, Va. to Col. Boteler gives Jackson's theories of recommending soldiers for promotion. A second, which is dated Mar. 11, 1854 from Lexington, Va. to E.H.J. McCampbell, concerns Jackson resigning from the Franklin Society and Library Company of Lexington. The third letter, dated June 7, 1858, to Prof. J.L. Campbell describes the operation of the Lexington Colored Sabbath School.
String Quartet No. 2 and 3 - Programs and Reviews, 1967 - 1971
Includes Stewart's correspondence, programs that include his compositions, classroom materials, reviews and notices of his works, and materials from professorial organizations and conferences.
Susie Campbell Letter
This collection contains one letter from Susie Campbell to her mother, dated March 24th, 1863. It also includes a rough transcription of the letter on copy paper.
Sydney Dyer McCormick Correspondence
This collection contains responses from McCormick's classmates and others to his proposal for a volume of reminiscences concerning Robert E. Lee's presidency of Washington College. Correspondents include William W. Carson and Fitzhugh Lee.
Ted Barclay Correspondence
Theodore C. (Ted) DeLaney, Jr. Collection
Theodore Roosevelt Letter to Washington College
Letter in which Theodore Roosevelt responds to a previous letter by the president of Washington College, Henry Lewis Smith, declining an invitation to speak at the institution.