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Committee on Admission of Women records, 1921-1968, 1.2 cubic feet, include correspondence, statistics, surveys, minutes, and reports from students, alumni, various UVA committees, and other universities. Materials relate to the shift of a UVA into a fully coeducation institution.
Maggie G. Conway photograph album, 1890's, 0.03 cubic feet, contains 1 tintype and 18 photographs of formally posed family and friends. The majority are unidentified. Identified portraits include Madge Lovett, Mary Foushee, Mary Fitzhugh Booton as an infant and a young woman, Marion Thornton, F. C. Fitzhugh, and Loulie C. Fitzhugh. Two poems are copied on the back endpaper.
Charles Berkeley Cooke speech given at the University of Virginia, in 1914 seconding the nomination of several men on the "Yellow Ticket", for officers of the Engineering School. 0.03 cubic feet.
This addition contains a news release and a partial index to the Cork and Curls, the yearbook of the University. More materials on these collections can be found in RG 23/48 (Corks and Curls)
There is a related collection of records of the Cavalier Daily containing the staff structure and the constitution of the Cavalier Daily, the student newspaper.RG-23/10 (Cavalier Daily).
Linda Louisa Cousins diary, 1912-1914, 0.03 cubic feet, with daily notations about the weather, her work cleaning houses and her hobbies crocheting, and writing letters. One entry notes that she attended " a colored commencement."
The three sentimentalities, love, revenge, and rivalry by C. Cowen manuscript (1867; 0.03 cubic feet) is in 3 parts in one vol., fashioned to look like a published work, complete with frontispiece and title page. A home-made book that reads like a gothic novel, full of adventure, romance, and drama.
Malcolm Cowley letter about the jacket copy for the Portable Faulkner revise, 1966, October 22, 0.03 cubic feet. Includes copy for the front cover, and some criticism for the graphic design of the original cover. Also includes an attached yellow sheet with typewritten copy for the back cover, which includes a quote from Faulkner.
The Joan Alice Coyne scrapbook (1935-1938; 0.4 cubic feet) was owned by Joan Alice Coyne: a young girl living in Elizabeth, NJ. Contents include a few photos of Coyne, various clippings of school materials and event programs, holiday cards, and obituaries for her father.
Note: Scrapbook contains items with racist imagery typical for the time period that some patrons may find offensive.
This collection contains a twenty-page manuscript periodical produced by a Ladies Benevolent Society, at a Methodist Episcopal Church in Medford, Massachusetts. It contains numerous contributions, noted by their initials, of prose, poetry, humor, education, lost items, religious topics, riddles, marriages, and death. The editor is noted as a Mary Lizzie Alden.
The Clinton K. Curtis photograph albums (1880s; 0.5 cubic feet) contain 76 photographs (albumen prints, most mounted, some hand-colored, probably commercially produced and sold) of views and people in China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Thailand, and Burma, collected by U.S. Navy officer Clinton K. Curtis.