Found in 362 Collections and/or Records:
Thomas Connors Collection
Contains 19th and early 20th century British and American theater memorabilia, including autographs of major actors, writers, and managers; and letters, broadsides, and photographs.
Thomas J. Neel Correspondence
Thomas L. Broun Correspondence
This collection contains typescripts of letters from Thomas L. Broun to his sister Anne and brother Edwin. The letters discuss Broun's life as a member of the Kanawha Riflemen in the Confederate States of America's army during the American Civil War.
Thomas Nelson Page Papers
Thomas Ritchie Letter
Autograph is dated Washington, July 25 [no year]. Ritchie wrote the letter to 'Martin' asking for his aid in communication in Richmond, Virginia.
Tom Wolfe Letter
Photocopy of a letter from Tom Wolfe to Professor Carlisle recommending Marshall Fishwick for the Alumni Distinguished Professorship.
Tom Wolfe Letter
In this short letter to Maurice D. Leach (Washington and Lee University librarian, 1968-1985) Wolfe discusses a talk he gave at Washington and Lee University.
Tucker Family Papers
This collection includes items of John Randolph Tucker (1823-1897) and Henry St. George Tucker (1853-1932) including 18 letters, 16 of which are to J.R. Tucker, legal lecture notebooks, 54 printed speeches in Congress and before other organizations by both father and son, obituaries, in memoriams and miscellaneous items. Correspondents include Thomas Mann Randolph and George Washington.
Turner Family Correspondence
This collection includes letters from James Turner, 1759-1829, and his son, Jesse Hopkins Turner, 1788-1863, both Presbyterian ministers in Virginia and North Carolina.
United Daughters of the Confederacy Collection
Consists of miscellaneous correspondence related to the Lee Memorial Fund at Washington and Lee University in 1921. Includes newspaper clippings and pamphlets concerning the Confederacy, the United Daughters of the Confederacy, and primarily, the passing of a resolution naming Lincoln's birthday as a national holiday. Also includes correspondence with Douglas Southall Freeman and others.
Vincent Loockerman Bradford Papers
This collection includes six letters, three of which concern a celebration at the First Presbyterian Church of Niles, Michigan, miscellaneous papers, and obituaries.
Virginia Canals and Navigations Society Collection
Records of the Society's research and meetings on river canals and boat traffic of nineteenth century Virginia from the collection of Richard R. Fletcher, Society Trustee. The collection includes the Society's publication The Tiller, i>, research material, and correspondence.
Virginia Hot Springs Company Records
This collection contains records, mostly in printed pamphlet form, of the Virginia Hot Springs Company, formed in 1892 from the Southern Improvement Company, with Decatur Axtell as its president. Also included in the collection are several pamphlets about other springs, e.g. Healing, Warm, and White Sulphur: information about automobile travel in western Virginia circa 1913, and a few letters to and from Mr. Axtell.
W. P. Nye correspondence
The collection contains eight letters from J. Ogden Murray to W.P. Nye (all dated 1914) about health, trips to Washington, D.C., politics, and finances. It also contains a letter to W.M. Brown from Mrs. J.E. Bond (1927) thanking him for the check he sent and providing additional history of Dr. Nye's collection and a book containing a record of relics.
Wartime Correspondence with Elizabeth, 1861
Wartime Correspondence with Elizabeth, 1862
Wartime Papers, 1862 - 1863
This file consists of Elizabeth Paxton's obituary and many articles about the death of General Paxton. It also includes sympathy notes to Mrs. Paxton at the time of his death. There is notification of Paxton's death by d R. E. Lee.
Washington and Lee University Ambulance Unit Papers
This collection contains correspondence (1917-1919), histories, and memoirs of the Washington and Lee University Ambulance Unit during World War I.
Welsh Family Papers
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.
William Anderson Glasgow correspondence
This collection consists of two letters, dated 1857 and 1858, to Mrs. E. H. Carrington on matters of business.
William Beverley Pettit Correspondence
William C. Anderson Collection
This collection includes four glass plate negatives, a sketch of Andrew Alexander, a letter signed by Andrew Alexander, and a letter dated 1796 from William C. Anderson to Francis Thomas.
William C. Fowler Correspondence
This collection consists of letters from William Chauncey Fowler to George Washington Custis Lee, who was president of Washington and Lee University at the time. The letters mention connections to George Washington Parke Custis, Robert E. Lee, and Stonewall Jackson.
William E. Dold Papers
The collection includes an autograph book containing autographs of Washington and Lee students circa 1875. Also includes a brochure of River Crest Sanitarium (Astoria, Long Island) and three letters to Dr. Dold from Francis P. Gaines, which are dated October 20, 1932, May 24, 1933, and November 7, 1936.
William G. Brown Papers
Handwritten manuscript draft of William Brown's protest to the Washington and Lee University Board of Trustees related to issues of religious life on campus and a handwritten response from Rev. F. B. Converse (Francis Bartlett Converse) to Brown.