Found in 700 Collections and/or Records:
Bound volume containing letters of tribute to I. D. (Irl Donaker) Wilson, a Virginia Polytechnic Institute (today Virginia Tech) professor of biology (1923-1957), written by students, colleagues, and friends, upon Wilson's retirement in 1958.
Professor of Architecture at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University from 1947 to 1983. Collection consists of twelve architectural drawings and four photographs of Wiss's private residence in Blacksburg, Virginia, designed by him in 1960.
This collection contains two scrapbooks of photographs and ephemera compiled by DeWitt Clinton Wolfe, Jr., a 1921 graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and a member of the VPI Corps of Cadets. The materials document Wolfe's experiences as a student in the Cadet Corps from about 1919 to 1921, including sporting events, camping excursions, "rat parades" and as a trumpet player in the Cadet Corps band. The collection also contains a CD with selected scanned photographs from the albums.
artist Alen Roth? A. Enroth?
The Charles S. Worley, Jr., Collection consist of architectural drawings of designs by Worley, done from the mid-1950s to the early 1960s, with several designs undated. The collection also includes a small group of photographs and negatives of Worley and his own residence in Blacksburg, as well as an extensive collection of slides documenting Worley's student and professional work, work of his students, his travels, nature, and images that were likely used as part of lectures.
This collection contains the records of WUVT-FM, Virginia Tech's student-run radio station, including administrative records, newspaper clippings, photographs, and scrapbooks.
The collection includes two letters from his father, Henry C., written in 1889 and 1904, as well as two forms from the VPI Military Department, dated 1905 and signed by Rufus J. Wysor.
The collection includes papers by Harold N. Young relating to education in Virginia, as well as an original poem.