Found in 666 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of oral history interviews with influential members of the LGBTQ community at Virginia Tech, both past and present. Interviews were conducted by Tamara Kennelly, University Archivist, David Cline, Assistant Professor of History and Director of the Graduate Certificate in Public History, and students of Professor David Cline's Oral History class.
The Virginia Tech Rescue Squad Papers is a collection of the minutes of the Rescue Squad's executive board. The minutes span the years 1970-1994.
The Virginia Tech Ring and Class Collections document the work of the Ring Design Committee, Ring Dance Committee, and individual classes at VPI, including their reunions. Items include ring design proposals and collection brochures, invitations and flyers for ring dances, and memorabilia for graduating classes and class reunions.
A collection of scrapbooks that document the campus events organized by the Virginia Tech Union during the academic years from 1969 to 2009.
This collection includes information from the Women's Network at Virginia Tech from about 1973-1991. It includes letters, meeting minutes, reports, and more related to the operation of the organization as well as materials from different task forces and causes the Women's Network was backing.
The collection includes a scrapbook from the Young Democrats at Virginia Tech dating from 1986-1987. The scrapbook contains administrative information, memorabilia and photographs from the Virginia Young Democrats Convention, materials from service projects, invites to club events/programs, and items from the 1986 state and national elections, and newsclippings.
These cards include information the Alumni Association kept on students from Virginia Tech who served in World War II. The cards list personal information about the soldiers organized by class year, from 1892 through 1949. The collection also includes liberated, wounded, and citation records.