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Clifford-Wysor Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-2022-008
Abstract

This collection consists primarily of a two boxes pocket/folded maps and travel guides from about 1852-1955. In addition, there are severa folders of personal papers from the Clifford and Wysor families, some of whom are likely responsible for collecting the maps and guides. The personal papers date from 1951-1958.

Dates: 1852 - 1958

Marshall W. Fishwick Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-1985-007
Abstract

This collection contains course and teaching related materials, photographs, manuscripts, audiovisual and electronic material, scrapbooks, and the professional and personal correspondence of Marshall William Fishwick, professor of Humanities and Communication Studies at Virginia Tech, 1976-2003.

Dates: 1700 - 2007; Majority of material found within 1923 - 2007

Manuscript Recipe Book

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-2023-131
Abstract

The Manuscript Recipe Book is undated, possibly from the 19th century. It contains recipes and home remedies in both English and French. The back of the book contains an essay about the origin and meaning of Feudal law and government. The author is unknown.

Dates: undated

Silvia Paun Architectural Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-1991-057
Abstract

The Silvia Paun Architectural Collection includes photographs of structures Paun designed, letters and biographical information as well as writings by her and about her work, including her books.

Dates: 1966 - 2003

Elise Sundt Architectural Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-1984-183
Abstract

Elise Sundt (1928- ) was an architect in Vienna, Austria. She studied at the Technical University of Vienna, graduating with a diploma in Architecture in 1952. Sundt’s collection includes professional papers, publications, and documentation of exhibits from her professional career. Materials range in date from 1972-1988.

Dates: 1972 - 1988

Marjorie Rhodes Townsend Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-1986-003
Abstract Marjorie Rhodes Townsend (1930-2015) was the first women to earn an engineering degree at George Washington University, receiving her Bachelor of Electrical Engineering in 1951. After eight years at the Naval Research Laboratory, she moved to National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)'s Goddard Space Flight Center in 1959, where she worked until 1980. Townsend was project manager for three Small Astronomy Satellites (SAS, 1966-1975) and for Applications Explorer Missions...
Dates: 1960-1994, n.d.