Found in 666 Collections and/or Records:
The VT Alumni Bag is a white tote bag printed with the university logo of the pylons and "1872" and the words "Virginia Tech Alumni."
The Records of War Memorial Chapel contain architectural records, posters, photographs, and prints pertaining to Virginia Tech’s War Memorial Chapel - including the Memorial Court, pylons, and cenotaph - and its construction in the 1950s and early 1960s. There are also a few pamphlets detailing the dedication and commemoration of the chapel, as well as records from the chapel after it was opened.
The collection contains 102 letters from Joseph F. Ware to his wife, Susie, in Blacksburg, Virginia, while he was serving overseas during and after World War I. The other significant portion of this collection contains nearly 200 photographs.
This collection contains documents related to the establishment and building of Warm Hearth Village a retirement community in Blacksburg, Virginia.
The Mark A. Weber Papers include minutes, correspondence, constitution, handouts, notes, and newspaper and magazine articles concerning the Virginia Tech gay and lesbian student organization, Lambda Horizon, from 1971-1991, also included are class projcts, photographs, and videos from Weber's time as a student at Virginia Tech, 1983-1987.
The collection contains an excerpt from a speech given by Kendall Weisiger to the faculty at the University of Georgia, c.1930s.
This collection contains two letters to James R. Werth from friends in 1902 and 1903.