Found in 695 Collections and/or Records:
The collection includes yearbook photos of Foushee; receipt from purchase of 1956 Bugle, and a letter and envelope. The letter is missing the bottom third, but appears to be from the Civilian Student Body and is addressed to "Dear Senator."
Framed black and white photograph (24 x 28 inches) of Thomas Watson Hatcher, head Department of Mathematics, 1943-1963
The collection consists of a receipt received by W. C. Franklin on March 8, 1876, from the Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College.
The collection includes memorabilia from William E. Franklin's student years (1872-1875) at Virginia Agriculture and Mechanical College: a program from the 1875 commencement exercises, an undated photo of the Cadet Corps, and an 1879 letter from Charles Martin, a professor of English.
Artist and former professor of architecture at Virginia Tech. Collection consists of twenty-two sketches and drawings done by Frazer of nudes and scenes of Blacksburg, Virginia, and the southwest Virginia region. Images available online.
The collection contains correspondence between G. Preston Frazer and Marcus L. Oliver. Additional materials include photocopies of newspaper articles, a signed Sixteen Pencil Impressions from Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A. booklet, and Frazer's obituary.
Charles Clement French served as Vice-President of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute from January 1949 through August 1950. The collection contains primarily correspondence but also travel vouchers, budget materials, and materials related to the American Chemical Society of Virginia, American Council on Education, Board of Control of Southern Regional Education; Educational Policy and Program Committee; General Education Board; and student alcohol consumption.
The collection contains one letter by F. E. Garnett to General Gabriel Wharton dated August 30, 1878, inquirying about Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College for the potential education of his nephews.
The William E. Garnett Papers consist of field notes, surveys, reports, class notes, letters to the editors of Montgomery County, Virginia, newspapers, and reprints of publications.
The Antoine Gaujot and Julien E. Gaujot Papers contains the papers of two brothers who both attended Virginia Tech and received the U. S. Medal of Honor. The collection includes articles, correspondence, military documents, and research from about 1840-1999.