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The Thomas Harrison Hunter Papers comprises 118 boxes of official correspondence, statistical reports, ledgers and appointment books, photographs, medals and certificates, student notebooks, conference booklets, reprints of scientific and administrative articles, microscope slides, cassettes, and videotapes.
The Hunter Addition to the Thomas Harrison Hunter Papers consists of fourteen boxes of personal papers which complement the original collection.
The collection includes regular and executive board minutes, financial statements, social services files, Annual Reports, and scrapbooks of photographs and miscellaneous materials.
The Virginia Eagle was founded in 2002 as a “non-partisan political quarterly published by the University of Virginia School of Law.” Stephanie Russek, Ian Bryan, Lynne C. Fogarty, Kevin G. Ritz and Joseph Tubin were the founders of the new student publication that "wanted to explore the events that unfold far outside of our bucolic quadrangle, in “The Real World”.”
The Virginia Eagle had a short life and became inactive in 2004.
(b. 1924) Public health nurse in the San Francisco area, 1953–1979. Includes materials on her work to establish an endowed chair in "Ethical Spiritual Dimensions of Nursing Practice" at the University of California San Francisco.
Small collection of personal memorabilia. Contains programs, catalogue, certificates, family tree.
11 letters from Alexander Theroux to Judy Barnes. Barnes, whose name is now Judith Music, describes the letters as such: “We had met in 1972 when he was on the faculty of Longwood College and I was a reference librarian there.” The dates of the letters are: 1 Letter (1973), 4 Letters (1974), 2 Letters (1978), 1 Letter (1979), 2 Letters (1980).
Circular letter from Thomas Jefferson to the Governor of Rhode Island, 11 January 1793.
Thyne Institute students photo album, 1935, 0.03 cubic feet contains 16 pages of black and white photographs. One photograph is stamped "Photo of E. M. Pardue."