Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Polytechnic Institute (1896-1944)
- Usage: 1896 - 1944
Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
Jack Wellford Moss Papers
This collection contains materials related to and collected by Jack Wellford Moss, a Virginia Polytechnic Institute alum.
Richard W. Neale Collection
The Richard W. Neale Collection contains two souvenir programs from the 1932 Virginia Polytechnic Institute (now Virginia Tech) football season, with opponents University of Georgia and University of Maryland.
J. Preston Newman Papers
The J. Preston Newman Papers includes four poems (1935-1938, n.d.), as well as papers relating to Ralph Minthorne Brown, university librarian at Virginia Tech.
Herbert Reed Pollard Collection
This collection contains three items collected by Herbert Reed Pollard, a graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute, and related to the Virginia Polytechnic Institute Corps of Cadets, including a 1933 ROTC dinner program, a photograph of the 1934 officers of the Corps' Company E, and a photocopied newspaper clipping of the Corps marching in Norfolk, Virginia.
Samuel Davis Preston Papers
The collection contains personal memorabilia, consisting largely of honors and awards, of Samuel Davis Preston, a graduate of Virginia Tech (class of 1923) and member of the university's board of visitors (1952-1960).
Lawrence Priddy Collection
James Robbins Randolph Papers
This collection consists of the papers of engineer, mathematician and physicist James Robbins Randolph, including notes, calculations, correspondence and writings.
Frank L. Robeson Papers
The collection includes papers from Frank L. Robeson's tenure as a student at Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Polytechnic Institute, Columbia University, and Johns Hopkins University, as well as subject and research files from his nearly 50 years as an instructor and professor at VPI, dating from 1899 to 1954.
John P. Sawyer Letters
The collection consists of letters to Ralph M. Brown, librarian at Virginia Polytechnic Institute (VPI), from John P. Sawyer, who graduated from VPI in 1940.
Werner J. Scholz Collection
The Werner J. Scholz Collection, 1911-1915, contains a VPI program, note, artificial flower, and portraits collected by Werner J. Scholz and related to Mrs. Patti Bramlet Hill. Werner Joseph Scholz attended the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and graduated with a degree in Applied Chemistry in 1913. Scholz died from pneumonia at his parents' home in Roanoke, Virginia, in June 1915. He was engaged to Patti Bramlet at the time of his death.