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This collection contains correspondence, financial documents, meeting minutes, essay contest papers and their judgements, general body announcements, and miscellaneous documents. This collection includes correspondence with John F. Kennedy, then-Senator, who politely declined an invitation to speak at the club due to his busy schedule.
Pamphlets, brochures, programs, and other printed materials collected by Library staff and arranged by various subjects as a ready reference file (ca. 1920-2016; 4.5 cubic feet).
The Children's Health Museum records include statistics for 1980 through 2001, photographs of the museum, newspaper clippings, newsletters, board meeting minutes from 2000, a poster, a print-out of the website, a guide to the exhibits, and a floor plan.
The Hospital Executive Director's Office (HEDO) Records are composed of 61 boxes of archival material, including photographs and manuscripts.
Letters, memos, applications for the use of radioactive materials with human subjects.
These files contain biographical information of alumni.
This collection consists of the general records of the Circulation Department of Alderman Library as kept in the files of Miss Roy Land, Circulation Librarian from 1938-1977. It inlucdes correspondence, memoranda, reports, statistics, and printed materials.
Two black and white photographs of the interior of the University of Virginia Newcomb Hall bookstore. One photograph may be of Elearnor (Joyner) Gibson who was a graduate of UVA and started the bookstore (1960's).
Collection of miscellaneous artifacts: awards, trophies, trophies, brass plates
Special Collection has been collecting these miscellaneous files over a period of many decades. There is an excel.doc with all the information.
This collection contains items that librarians and archivists have used while researching the history of the University of Virginia School of Law. These materials include unpublished essays, published historical articles, datasets, and research notes.
This resource consists of online media collections that the University of Virginia School of Law curated and disseminated online. They generally consist of news articles, videos, and sound recordings. These materials document the School of Law's wide-ranging work and provide evidence of how the School markets itself to the broader world.