Found in 700 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains VT student memorabilia, ca. 1938-1948.
The collection contains David S. Doggett's letters to his father in Richmond, Virginia, from 1912-1915, while he was a student at Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
Daily 1947 diary of Alfred Washington Drinkard, Jr., assistant director of Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1946-1948 (and previous director, 1916-1946), mentioning people and events associated with the experiment station, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, and Blacksburg, Virginia.
Drum major's mace used at Virginia Tech. Approximately three feet long, wrapped in orange and maroon ribbon.
The William F. Drumeller, Jr., Collection, 1942-1953, includes Virginia Polytechnic Institute (VPI) publications, school papers (including notes and notebooks), ephemera, and photographs of Drumeller, a student and cadet at VPI from 1942-1943 and 1946-1949.
The collection consists of a paper, "A Storage Analog Computer to Solve Polynormal Equations," which won "Best Student Paper" for the Region 3 competition of the Institute of Electrical Engineers, Inc., in 1963.
The collection contains programs, clippings, and fliers from organizations in which James Frederick Dudley participated while a student at VPI, including the Dramatic Club, the Bugle, the Tech Minstrels, the Southwestern Virginia Chemical Club, and the YMCA.
The collection contains extracts, reprints and typescripts of scientific reports on forestry, authored or co-authored by William A. Duerr, professor of Forestry at Virginia Tech, 1972-1980.