University of Virginia Rotunda (Charlottesville, Va.)
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of one postcard sent to Louise Davis from a new student (Margaret?) living in McKim Hall at the University of Virginia, dated September 19, 1934. Margaret was possibly a student in the Nursing program as the address on the program notes " McKim Hall, University Hospt." Women were only able to attend the University of Virginia in one of the professional schools or graduate programs at that time. The postcard is a winter scene of the Rotunda.
This collection contains pamphlets, brochures, fliers, photographs, clippings, posters, event information, speeches, and prints documenting McDonald's work as a historical preservationist and involvement with the University of Virginia School of Architecture.
The collection includes both colored and black-and-white prints of etchings, woodcuts, and linocuts by Werner K. Sensbach, depicting various University of Virginia buildings and a couple of landscapes. Also includes twelve preliminary sketches done by Sensbach of scenes from the University of Virginia and one for St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.