Paul L. Grier Vertical File Collection CA.000101

Paul L. Grier Vertical File Collection CA.000101


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Hampden-Sydney College Archives & Special Collections

Hampden-Sydney College
Walter M. Bortz III Library
P.O. Box 7
Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943
salmond@hsc.edu
URL: http://libguides.hsc.edu/library

Sarah Almond

Repository
Hampden-Sydney College Archives & Special Collections
Identification
CA.000101
Title
Paul L. Grier Vertical Files 1775/1988
URL:
http://archivespace.hsc.edu:8081/ark:/45832/43
Quantity
12 Linear Feet
Quantity
48 Digital Image Scans
Language
English .

Administrative Information

Use of these materials:

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Access to materials:

Collection is open for research; access requires at least 48 hours advance notice. Because of the nature of certain archival formats, including digital and audio-visual materials, access will require additional advanced notice. Copies of digital files will be provided for use upon request.

Preferred citation:

[Identification of item], Paul L. Grier Vertical Files, CA 000101, Hampden-Sydney College Archives and Special Collections, Hampden-Sydney, VA

Processing information:

Machine-readable finding aid created from previous inventories by Sarah Almond, 2020 April.


Biographical/historical note:

Paul L. Grier was Hampden-Sydney's first official librarian. He served the College from 1949 until his retirement at the end of the 1978-1979 academic year.

Scope/contents:

This collection contains miscellaneous correspondence, documents, publications, and newspaper clippings pertaining to Hampden-Sydney College from 1776 through 1988, organized into folders by year. This primary source material was collected and originally organized by Paul L. Grier.

Arrangement:

This collection is arranged chronologically by date.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

  • Hampden-Sydney College
  • Hampden-Sydney College
  • Military history
  • Prince Edward County, VA
  • United States--History

Significant Places Associated With the Collection

  • Hampden-Sydney College
  • Prince Edward County, VA

Container List

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 1 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1776-1777English.
Scope and Contents

1. Hampden-Sydney lottery tickets from Cabell papers donated by James A. Servies (Librarian), William & Mary College, 1/20/1961.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 2 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1782-1783English.
Scope and Contents

1. William S. Morton. Notes from old court papers, Cumberland County, 1783, sent by Mrs. Morton, November 23, 1950. 2. Richard N. Venable (HSC Class of 1783); newspaper article on the diary of Richard N. Venable who is the son of Nathaniel Venable. Their office at "Slate Hill" was "the birthplace" of HSC. Diary covers the period February 1791 - November 1792.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 3 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1787-1788English.
Scope and Contents

1. James Pleasants (HSC Class of 1787); photograph of a portrait of James Pleasants and biography notes on back of photo. 2. Henry Patillo received HSC's first Master of Arts degree in April.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 4 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1787-1788English.
Scope and Contents

1. James Blythe (HSC Class of 1788); photograph of a portrait of James Blythe. 2. James Blythe (HSC Class of 1788); biography of James Blythe from Filson Club History Quarterly, volume 30, number 1, January 1956. 3. James Blythe (HSC Class of 1788); biography of James Blythe by J. D. Eggleston (two copies). 4. James Blythe (HSC Class of 1788); biographical sketch of James Blythe from Hanover College Alumni News, volume 3, number 3, April 1950. 5. James Blythe (HSC Class of 1788); correspondence relating to James Blythe's portrait. 6. William Hill (HSC Class of 1788); biography of William Hill from A History of the Winchester Presbyterian Church.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 5 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1789-1790English.
Scope and Contents

1. William Cahoon (HSC Class of 1790)? Photograph of portrait with biographical notes. 2. Samuel Stanhope Smith biography article from the Princeton Alumni Weekly, February 18, 1955. 3. John B. Smith (President of HSC, 1779 -1789) pictured on a Christmas card donated by Bill Hoffman.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 6 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1790-1791English.
Scope and Contents

1. Moses Waddell (HSC Class of 1791) pictured in the Georgia Review, volume 5, number 1, Spring 1951. 2. Margaret L. Coit "Moses Waddell: A Light in the Wilderness," Georgia Review, volume 5, number 1, Spring 1951. 3. Moses Waddell's (HSC Class of 1791) biographical article. 4. Moses Waddell's (HSC Class of 1791) obituary from Florida Sentinel, November 2, 1843. 5. William Henry Harrison (HSC Class of 1791); newsprint Republican Whig ticket listing Harrison.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 7 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1798-1799English.
Scope and Contents

1. Ad for HSC from Virginia Argus, October 12, 1798 (microfilm copy).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 8 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1803-1804English.
Scope and Contents

1. (?) Miller. Original letter to "Major Venable" inquiring as to the "State" of HSC (letter dated May 4, 1804).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 9 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1807-1808English.
Scope and Contents

1. Biographical info on Moses Hoge (HSC president, 1807-1819) from manuscript file, Library of Congress.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 10 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1809-1810English.
Scope and Contents

1. Joseph M. Venable's (HSC Class of 1810) diploma granted by HSC, April 25, 1810.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 11 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1810-1811English.
Scope and Contents

1. John Peter Mettauer's (HSC Class of 1811) biographical sketch written by George Ben Johnston, M.D. 2. John Peter Mettauer (HSC Class of 1811); "Dr. John Peter Mettauer: An Early Southern Gynecologist" written by Pierce Rucker, J.D. Reprint from Annals of Medical History, n.s., volume 10, number 1, 1938, pages 36 - 46. 3. John Peter Mettauer (HSC Class of 1811); John Peter Mettauer of Virginia written by William Bickers, M.D., published in JAMA, volume 184, number 11, June 15, 1963, pages 114 & 871. 4. John Peter Mettauer (HSC Class of 1811); A Memoir on Stricture of the Urethra, Farmville, Virginia, Saunders & Cowan, Printers, 1849, presented from the estate of Dr. and Mrs. Waller Morton Holladay. 5. John Peter Mettauer's (HSC Class of 1811) article from Farmville Herald, February 27, 1942. 6. Possible lecture notes from the Holladay Mettauer Collection concerning Mettauer's Medical Department at Randolph-Macon College. 7. William Cabell Rives' (HSC Class of 1811) "Retrenchment and reform" speech delivered in the U.S. House of Representatives, February 5, 1828.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 12 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1814-1815English.
Scope and Contents

1. Daniel Baker (HSC 1811-1813); photostat of a letter written by Baker who attended HSC from 1811-1813 but is believed to have graduated from Princeton, 1815.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 13 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1819-1820English.
Scope and Contents

1. Laws of Hampden-Sydney College; laws preceded the first edition of the HSC Catalog by one year.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 14 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1822-1823English.
Scope and Contents

1. HSC Catalogue of Officers and Students, December 1822; original copy of the first HSC Catalogue. 2. HSC Catalogue of Officers and Students, December 1822; typescript copy of the original catalogue. 3. David E. Swift; "Yankee in Virginia," James Marsh at Hampden-Sydney, 1823 – 1826, reprint from Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, volume 80, number 3, July 1972. 4. Photocopy of typed letters written by Mrs. Mary Ann Shields Bishop (1770 - 1831) of Prince Edward County, VA to her brother-in-law, Giles Bishop (1788-1862) of Middletown, CT from Cone's record of the descendants of John Bishop. 5. Glover D. Gilliam's (HSC Class of 1822) biographical sketch.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 15 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1823-1824English.
Scope and Contents

1. HSC Charter and Laws; photocopy. 2. (missing) HSC Commencement, 1823: newspaper notices, Alumni Record September 25, 1823, Virginia Herald (Fredericksburg) October 15, 1823, Virginian (Lynchburg) October 10, 1823. 3. John H. Rice; "To the Ministers of Religion and to the Members of the Christian Church in the Southern Country", inaugural discourse, January 1, 1824.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 16 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1828-1829English.
Scope and Contents

1. George W. Dame's (HSC Class of 1829) biographical sketch. 2. John H. Rice "The Power of Truth and Love"; sermon preached at Philadelphia, October 1, 1828 before the American Board of Foreign Missions, printed in the National Preacher, volume 3, number 5, October 1828. 3. (missing) Benjamin M. Smith's (HSC Class of 1829) portrait.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 17 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1830-1831English.
Scope and Contents

1. (missing) HSC Tuition Receipts; receipts paid by John T. Scott (3) and James M. Scott (1), 1830 and 1831. 2. Thomas F. Venable (HSC Class of 1831)(?) Letter to Thomas F. Venable when he was a student at the University of Virginia, dated December 25, 1830 written by his mother, accompanied by note from donor, Col. B. W. Venable (HSC Class of 1966). 3. Union Theological Seminary; copy of 1830 catalogue of UTS when it was located at Hampden-Sydney, 1830-1831, U.S. Bulletin, volume 7, serial 2, Number 1, (July - August - September) 1929. 4. Francis Nathaniel Watkins' (HSC Class of 1831) descriptive essay on "An English University." Original donated by Francis N. Watkins, referring to Mr. (?) as "our worthy and intelligent English friend." 5. Handwritten copy of Board of Trustees Minutes, May 31st, 1830

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 18 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1831-1832English.
Scope and Contents

1. Ferdinand Jacobs (HSC Class of 1832); newspaper print of letter from Ferdinand Jacobs.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 19 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1832-1833English.
Scope and Contents

1. Walter Cole Shelton (HSC Class of 1833); microprint of diploma and letter from Dr. E. Randolph Trice. 2. Robert G. Branch (HSC Class of 1833); letter reminding Branch to close his subscription to the HSC Scholarship fund, dated February 15, 1849.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 20 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1833-1834English.
Scope and Contents

1. Richard J. H. Hatchett (HSC Class of 1834); newspaper account of "An old Virginia Frolic" which occurred in June 1832, reprint from Farmville Journal, March 27, 1884.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 21 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1834-1835English.
Scope and Contents

1. Jonathan P. Cushing's (HSC President 1821 - 1835) obituary dated April 25, 1835. 2. Jonathan P. Cushing (HSC President 1821-1835); newspaper article (reprint from Richmond Whig) citing the HSC resolution regarding Jonathan P. Cushing listed in the New York American, June 23, 1835.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 22 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1835-1836English.
Scope and Contents

1. (missing) Jouet Vernon Cosby's (HSC Class of 1836) letter to his brother, Dabney Cosby, Jr., dated July 14, 1859. 2. (missing) Jouet Vernon Cosby's (HSC Class of 1836) letter to his father, Dabney Cosby, dated June 28, 1850. 3. Thomas James Massie's (HSC Class of 1836) letter to his father, William Massie, dated December 11, 1833 (original and a typewritten copy/translation). 4. Thomas James Massie's (HSC Class of 1836) letter to his father, William Massie, dated January 12, 1834 (original and a typewritten copy/translation). 5. Thomas James Massie's (HSC Class of 1836) letter to his father, William Massie, dated April 10, 1834 (original and a typewritten copy/translation). 6. Daniel Draper's (HSC Faculty 1836 - 1839) photograph. 7. Daniel Draper (HSC Faculty 1836 - 1839); photograph of Dr. Draper's first camera and an old telescope. 8. Daniel Draper (HSC Faculty 1836 - 1839); photograph of Dr. Draper's first camera and several later much smaller models. 9. Daniel Carroll's (HSC President 1835 - 1838) biographical note.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 23 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1838-1839English.
Scope and Contents

1. Moses Hoge's (HSC Class of 1839) oration from the Inauguration of the Jackson Statue, October 26, 1875, accompanies introductory address of Governor Kemper. 2. Moses Hoge (HSC Class of 1839); newspaper announcement of celebration of Hoge's semi-centennial as pastor of Richmond Second Presbyterian Church and other descriptive articles (very fragile condition). Photocopy made and added to file 6/20/1994. 3. Moses Hoge (HSC Class of 1839) from the Richmond News Leader (June 18, 1973); Hoge's connection with the Richmond Orphan Asylum.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 24 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1839-1840English.
Scope and Contents

1. Nathaniel E. Venable's letter to his daughter, Mary P. Venable, dated June 24, 1839 (original and typewritten copy). 2. Robert Lewis Dabney (HSC Class of 1840); "Robert Lewis Dabney: Prince Among Theologians and Men" address by Henry M. Woods delivered before the West Hanover Presbytery, Stonewall Church, Appomattox County, VA, Fall, 1936. 3. Robert Lewis Dabney (HSC Class of 1840); "Robert Lewis Dabney, Southern Conservative," Georgia Review, Winter 1964, volume 18, number 4, pages 393 - 407, (article written by Francis B. Simkins).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 25 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1840-1841English.
Scope and Contents

1. Hillary H. Land's (HSC Class of 1841) letter to his mother, Mrs. Ann Burrughs in Norfolk, Virginia, dated February 19, 1837. 2. Hillary H. Land's (HSC Class of 1841) letter to his mother, Mrs. Ann Burrughs in Norfolk, Virginia, dated December 7, 1838.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 26 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1841-1842English.
Scope and Contents

1. Anthony Martin Branch's (HSC Class of 1842) photograph. 2. Samuel Woodson Venable (HSC Class of 1842); photostat of part of a letter written by Samuel Woodson Venable with explanatory note regarding the other part of the letter and the whereabouts of the original. Recipient of the letter: David Witherspoon. Samuel Woodson Venable was a son of Nathaniel Venable of "Slate Hill."

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 27 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1843-1844English.
Scope and Contents

1. William Maxwell (HSC President 1838 - 1844); from Maxwell certifying as "worthy" a Mr. Millspaugh, dated September 16, 1843 (original and typewritten copy). 2. John Peter Mettauer's announcement of Prince Edward Medical Institute from Danville newspaper, August 7, 1846, announced dates refer to 1843 and 1844. 3. Dated March 1, 1844, requesting a funeral sermon of Rev. (?). 4. John W. C. Moorman's lecture card from 1843 - 1844 to admit "Mr. John W. C. Moorman" to lectures on Chemistry and Physics by S. Maupin, M.D., sent to Dr. W. J. H. Whiting, Jr., by J. M. Kelly, Jr., in letter dated August 28, 1939.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 28 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1844-1845English.
Scope and Contents

1. William D. Haskins's (HSC Class of 1845) tintype, a gift of Mrs. W. M. Piatt, Rt. 5, Box 231, Durham, NC. 2. HSC Medical Department catalogue; catalogue of the HSC Medical Department in Richmond.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 29 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1845-1846English.
Scope and Contents

1. Roger Pryor's (HSC Class of 1846) letter to Professor Holladay (?) dated July 12, 1843.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 30 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1846-1847English.
Scope and Contents

1. James Madison Blanton's (HSC Class of 1847) letter to "Barksdale," dated May 29, 1849. 2. Receipt for a $100 certificate of scholarship paid by A.W. Millspaugh, Esq., of Richmond. 3. William T. Johnson's (HSC Class of 1847) invitation to a "soiree" for the graduating class of 1846. 4. Philip S. Blanton's (HSC Class of 1847) speech: Eulogy on virtues and services of General William Henry Harrison, dated April 1846. 5. Philip S. Blanton's (HSC Class of 1847) speech: U.S. Patriotism, Revolutionary Struggle. 6. Philip S. Blanton's (HSC Class of 1847) speech: Patriotism, 4th of July, dated July 4, 1847. 7. John H. Cocke's certificate of scholarship in the amount of $100 along with a note regarding Cocke and HSC in the 1840's.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 31 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1847-1848English.
Scope and Contents

1. P. T. Sparrow's (HSC President 1845 - 1847) recommendation written for a Mr. A. W. Millspaugh (original and typewritten copy). 2. P. T. Sparrow's (HSC President 1845 - 1847) apology to Mr. A. W. Millspaugh for the delay in sending the recommendation (original and typewritten copy). 3. Joseph Dupuy's letter to Col. Joseph Dupuy explaining the college's "certificate of scholarship" plan. 4. Joseph Dupuy's certificate of scholarship receipt. 5. Leonidas Brown's (HSC Class of 1848) letter to Richard H. Watkins, dated June 4, 1851 (original and typewritten copy).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 32 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1848-1849English.
Scope and Contents

1. HSC advertisement, circa 1848: lists faculty, course of study, misc. information. 2. Lewis W. Green's (HSC President 1848-1856) inaugural address, January 10, 1849. 3. Lewis W. Green (HSC President 1848-1856); genealogical chart relating to Lewis W. Green from Pike County, Illinois. History, dated November 18, 1975; compiled by George F. Miller, 2014 Utah N.E., Albuquerque, NM 87110.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 33 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1849-1850English.
Scope and Contents

1. Richardson's Virginia and North Carolina Almanac for 1850 containing ads for HSC's medical department. 2. Ticket of admission (Number 28) to lectures on surgery and surgical anatomy, HSC medical department, Richmond for the 1849 - 1850 session.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 34 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1850-1851English.
Scope and Contents

1. Henry Clay Dickinson's (HSC Class of 1851) photostat of handwritten will, Dickinson's diary, which was evidently sent to Paul Grier, but no trace of the diary exists 7/1/1994.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 35 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1851-1852English.
Scope and Contents

1. Andrew Reid Venable's (HSC Class of 1852) letter to his wife, dated June 8, 1852. 2. Joseph McMurran's (HSC Class of 1852) 8" x 10" photograph (2 copies). 3. Catalogue of 1851 - 52 session, HSC Medical Department, Richmond. 4. Announcement of the 1851 - 1852 session of the medical department, Randolph-Macon College, established by the Mettauers. 5. T. V. Moore (Rev.) address; "The Reformation: The Source of American Liberty," delivered June 9, 1852, before the Union Society.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 36 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1852-1853English.
Scope and Contents

1. Lewis Littlepage Holladay's (HSC Class of 1853) correspondence (five letters signed by HSC President Lewis W. Green). Letters from Holladay to his wife, various dates: 1855, 1858, and 1862. 2. Lewis Littlepage Holladay's (HSC Class of 1853) farewell speech to HSC, June 4, 1853. 3. William Henry Harrison's letter thanking Philanthropic Society for "the honor conferred upon me," dated April 14, 1852 (was this W. H. Harrison HSC Class of 1864(?)). 4. Address; "To the Public in Regard to the Affairs of the Medical Department of Hampden-Sydney College," by several physicians from the city of Richmond. 5. Receipt for payment for music instruction at Seminary conducted by R. G. Branch for Lucy, daughter of Mr. Rowland Anderson (entries dated 1852, 1854, 1855). 6. Richard McIlwaine's (HSC Class of 1853 and President) photograph. 7. Richard McIlwaine's (HSC Class of 1853 and President) speech; "Hampden-Sydney College, its relation and services to the Presbyterian Church," dated February 5, 1888. 8. Richard McIlwaine's (HSC Class of 1853 and President) speech; "Suffrage and Address before the Conference of the democratic members of the Constitutional Convention of Virginia," dated January 6, 1902. 9. Richard McIlwaine's (HSC Class of 1853 and President). Speech: "Some Essentials in the Improvement of our Public Schools;" Date: Sept. 16, 1902. 10. Richard McIlwaine's (HSC Class of 1853 and President). Speech: "Hampden-Sidney College as an Educational Force from the War of the Revolution to the War between the States;" Date: Apr. 20. 1903. 11. Richard McIlwaine's (HSC Class of 1853 and President). "The position of Hampden-Sidney College in Education." Listing 67 HSC alumni who became educators. Date: Jan. 1, 1904. 12. Richard McIlwaine's (HSC Class of 1853 and President). Three receipts signed by McIlwaine when he was with the Office of Foreign Missions, Baltimore. 13. Samuel Carter Smith (HSC Class of 1853). Descriptions of one letter by Smith of other letters to Smith. Note: Letters owned by Mrs. (J. J.) Camilla (Webb) Davis, Stovall, NC.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 37 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1853-1854English.
Scope and Contents

1. Julia Tinsley's invitation to Annual HSC Commencement party, 1854.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 38 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1854-1855English.
Scope and Contents

1. Walter Blair's (HSC Class of 1855 and faculty) letter to his sister, dated June 28, 1863 (original and typewritten copy). 2. Walter Blair's (HSC Class of 1855 and faculty) letter to (?), dated July 7, 1863, in envelope mailed from Staunton, VA, July 21, 1863 (original and typewritten copy). 3. Charles H. Robertson; HSC Certificate of Scholarship sold to Mr. Robertson of Charlotte County.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 39 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1856-1857English.
Scope and Contents

1. James Morton Wharey (HSC Class of 1857); HSC Commencement program for 1857 sent in by Mrs. William H. Jetton (granddaughter). 2. (missing) James Morton Wharey's (HSC Class of 1857) biographical sketch. 3. HSC Catalogue, January 1, 1776 to June 11, 1857, includes annual catalogue for 1857. 4. Richard Morton Venable's (HSC Class of 1857) photograph. 5. Richard Morton Venable's (HSC Class of 1857) paper presented before the American Bar Association, Saratoga Springs, NY, August 19, 1885. 6. Richard Morton Venable (HSC Class of 1857); remembrance of Venable by his grandniece, Mrs. W. Emmett Kyle, dated April 6, 1985. 7. Charles Edie (HSC student murdered in 1857); negative photostats of two pages from a sketchbook of Lewis Miller, cousin of Charles Edie, and J. D Eggleston's Collection of Articles on the murder (?) donated by Historical Society of York County, PA. 8. Abram B. Venable's (HSC Class of 1857) reminiscence/account of "A Confederate Marriage" and "The Groom a Prisoner" with accompanying correspondence, dated October 20, 1881. 9. Abram B. Venable's (Abraham, HSC Class of 1857) obituary including biographical sketch. 10. William Maxwell (HSC President 1838 - 1844); editorial on Maxwell with excerpts from his funeral "Obsequies" reprinted from the Central Presbyterian, January 31, 1857. 11. Halbert Green Hill's (HSC Class of 1857) letter from (?) (original and typewritten copy). 12. Thomas Ward White (HSC Class of 1857); letter to White from W. Gilmore Simms, dated April 28, 1834.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 40 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1857-1858English.
Scope and Contents

1. HSC Commencement party invitation for June 10, 1858, donated by Larry B. Truitt, Bridgeville, DE (includes his letter and Taylor Reveley's response). 2. Program of the 69th Anniversary of the HSC Union Society, dated June 8, 1858 (photocopy). 3. Chapman Hunter Chilton's (HSC Class of 1858) biographical sketch from the Virginia Journal of Education, November 1963, pages 14 - 15. 4. Chapman Hunter Chilton's (HSC Class of 1858) biographical sketch (typed) includes names of Chilton descendants who have attended HSC. 5. Chapman Hunter Chilton's (HSC Class of 1858) speech: "The Code of Honor," dated June 10, 1858, anti-dueling argument. 6. Chapman Hunter Chilton's (HSC Class of 1858) original class notes. 7. (missing) photograph of Chapman Hunter Chilton

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 41 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1858-1859English.
Scope and Contents

1. Invitation to annual HSC Commencement party for the graduating class of 1859 donated by Dr. J. A. Christian, Charles City, VA. 2. Invitation to annual HSC Commencement party for the graduating class of 1859 which includes "Admission ticket" and envelope addressed to Mr. Louis D. Jones & Lady, New Store, Buckingham, VA. 3. Edwin Gilliam Booth (HSC Class of 1859); typed copy of classmates' messages to Booth. 4. Robert Thruston Hubard's (HSC Class of 1859) geometry book (class notes). 5. Robert Thruston Hubard (HSC Class of 1859); assorted envelopes and postcards addressed to Hubard.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 42 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1859-1860English.
Scope and Contents

1. William H. Holman (HSC Class of 1860); correspondence referring to two "items" belonging to Holman. No identification of said items; as of 7/1/94, no items found. 2. William Curtis Wallace (HSC Class of 1860); small snapshot of Wallace (he was killed in the battle of Petersburg, 1865).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 43 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1860-1861English.
Scope and Contents

1. Shelton Chieves's (HSC Student in 1861) obituary and biography. Accompanying note states that J. D. Eggleston had a daguerreotype of him, but none is found, 6/30/94. 2. (missing) Notice to "Mr. Rose, Union Theological Seminary" that he had been elected a member of the HSC Union Society (date unclear: 1851 or 1861(?)). 3. New York World (January 17, 1861) article; "Clergy's 'Southern Appeal"' signed by three HSC alumni: J. M. P. Atkinson, B. M. Smith, R. L. Dabney (accompanying note signed by J. D. Eggleston). 4. Edmund W. Hubard (HSC Class of 1861); article from Farmville Mercury (October 17, 1877), political defense of Hubard (fragile original and typed copy).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 44 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1861-1862English.
Scope and Contents

1. Achilles Whitlocke Hoge (HSC Class of 1862); photocopy of Hoge's Civil War diary (Hoge was killed in battle). 2. Book of Expenses of William Gibson Field, 1853-1862.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 45 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1863-1864English.
Scope and Contents

1. William P. Dupuy (HSC Class of 1864); his "Reward of Merit," presented June 29, 1854 signed by A. H. Whitlocke (?). 2. William P. Dupuy (HSC Class of 1864); his "Reward of Merit," presented June 29, 1854.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 46 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1864-1865English.
Scope and Contents

1. Lewis Holladay "School days 1864 - 1865;" Sally Scott's account of girls' school conducted at HSC's Hampden-House, home of Lewis Holladay, given to Eggleston library 2/24/71 by Mrs. Anne De Muth.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 47 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1865-1866English.
Scope and Contents

1. Advertisement for HSC dated August 14, 1865.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 48 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1867-1868English.
Scope and Contents

1. William M. Thornton's (HSC Class of 1868) memorial address; "John Mayo Pleasants Atkinson, D.D."

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Academic Year
1868-1869English.
Scope and Contents

1. Robert H. Ransom (HSC Class of 1872); receipt dated September 10, 1868 for tuition in the amount of $67.00 written to Ransom (Ransom was a member of the class of 1872 but he died at HSC in 1869). 2. Petition signed by various HSC students from the late 1860's and early 1870's requesting (?) to preach, donated by Syracuse University Manuscripts Collection. 3. HSC "Certificates of Scholarship" to Johnathan Booker of Richmond City, dated January 26, 1869. Paid dates: November 1, 1848 and February 1, 1855 (notes that original 'scrip' was lost).

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Academic Year
1870-1871English.
Scope and Contents

1. James R. Thornton's (HSC Class of 1871) letter, dated December 8, 1879, to Dr. C.R. Agnew. 2. James R. Thornton (HSC Class of 1871); photostat of circular advertising Prince Edward Academy, listing Thornton as Principal (circular date is for the 1874 - 1875 session). 3. Union Society June 16, 1870 Anniversary Celebration.

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Academic Year
1872-1873English.
Scope and Contents

1. Benjamin Hunter Dupuy (HSC Class of 1873); program for HSC Anniversary Celebration of February 22, 1872 (lists selected members of the classes of 1872 and 1873). 2. Charles William Dabney's (HSC Class of 1873) selected addresses and articles. 3. Francis Sampson Watkins's (HSC Class of 1873) letter signed by Watkin. 4. Newspaper article for Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper (May 10, 1873) announcing that General Roger A. Pryor (HSC Class of 1846) will deliver annual alumni address at Commencement. 5. Pollbook of election held at Worsham, VA, November 4, 1873.

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Academic Year
1873-1874English.
Scope and Contents

1. HSC Commencement program, 1874. 2. Charles S. Venable's (UVA Faculty, HSC Alumnus) address to the HSC Alumni Society, June 11, 1874.

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Academic Year
1874-1875English.
Scope and Contents

1. Richard Venable Michaux (HSC Class of 1875), program for HSC Anniversary Celebration of 1872 signed by Michaux. 2. Edgar Johnson Davis (HSC Class of 1875); snapshot of Davis.

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Academic Year
1875-1876English.
Scope and Contents

1. Program for HSC Intermediate Celebration, February 11, 1876. 2. Program for HSC Commencement, June 15, 1876. 3. Peyton H. Hoge's (HSC Class of 1876) address; "Historical address delivered before the Centennial Meeting of the Union Literary Society," June 12, 1889. 4. Hugh Carrington Grigsby's (HSC Class of 1876) correspondence; biographical material and article by Alden G. Bigelow.

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Academic Year
1876-1877English.
Scope and Contents

1. William Green Eggleston's (HSC Class of 1877) monthly grades, who was a freshman in 1872.

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Academic Year
1877-1878English.
Scope and Contents

1. Flemming Gooch Railey's (HSC Class of 1878) biographical sketch. 2. Program of HSC Intermediate Celebration, February 15, 1878. 3. Program of HSC Philanthropic Society Anniversary Celebration, June 12, 1878.

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Academic Year
1878-1879English.
Scope and Contents

1. Program for HSC Union Literary Society Anniversary Celebration, June 10, 1879. 2. Program for HSC Philanthropic Literary Society Annual Celebration, June 11, 1879.

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Academic Year
1879-1880English.
Scope and Contents

1. Clarence Blain Wallace's (HSC Class of 1880) speech given at University School, Nashville, TN, ca. 1912. 2. William H. Whiting's (HSC Class of 1880) correspondence. Correspondents include: O. B. Watson, Paul Grier, Graves Thompson, J. D. Eggleston, H- S Tiger. 3. Notice: Board of Trustees action changing HSC course of study and establishing new degrees, dated June 14, 1880. 4. Richmond Dispatch account of HSC Commencement, June 1880. 5. William Chester White (HSC Class of 1880); article with photograph and brief mention of White. 6. William Chester White (HSC Class of 1880); letters to White by HSC and UTS schoolmates in the 1880's and 1890's, accompanied by description and list of names of the letter writers.

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Academic Year
1880-1881English.
Scope and Contents

1. Program for Vocal and Instrumental Concert, HSC, April 22, 1881 (partial original and typed copy of full program). 2. Theodorick Pryor Campbell's (HSC Class of 1882) letter to "Mrs. Brown" thanking the "Ladies Society" for "the scholarship offered," dated May 27, 1878. 3. Theodorick Pryor Campbell (HSC Class of 1882); letter from J. M. P. Atkinson to "Mrs. E. H. Brown" thanking the "society" for the selection of T. P. Campbell as a scholarship recipient, dated May 27, 1878. 4. Program for HSC Commencement, June 15, 1881.

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Academic Year
1881-1882English.
Scope and Contents

1. Julia Jackson's (daughter of Stonewall Jackson) letter to Mamie Glover of Atlanta, GA, describing Ms. Jackson's 1882 visit to HSC (original letter). 2. Julia Jackson (daughter of Stonewall Jackson); two typewritten copies of Julia Jackson's letter concerning HSC. 3. Julia Jackson (daughter of Stonewall Jackson); correspondence relating to Julia Jackson's letter. 4. Letter to the Secretary of the HSC Union Society, May 29, 1882.

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Academic Year
1882-1883English.
Scope and Contents

1. Robert Augustus Walton's (HSC Class of 1883) thank you letter to "Mrs. Howard," dated November 16, 1885. 2. John H. Davis, Jr. (HSC Class of 1883); letter to Davis from Edmund Bittinger thanking HSC Union Society for naming him an honorary member. 3. Program for HSC Intermediate Celebration, March 2, 1883. 4. Program for HSC Union Literary Society Anniversary Celebration, June 12, 1883 (two copies). 5. Richard McIlwaine's (HSC President) inaugural address, June 13, 1883. 6. William Dexter Spurlin's (HSC Class of 1883) genealogy which includes William Dexter.

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Academic Year
1883-1884English.
Scope and Contents

1. J. M. P. Atkinson's (HSC President) obituary from Central Presbyterian, September 5, 1883. 2. Willis H. Bocock's (HSC Class of 1884) biographical article from Classical Outlook, volume 51, number 9, May 1974. 3. List of signatures from the class of 1884. 4. Willis H. Bocock's (HSC Class of 1884) letter to HSC Professor Whiting. 5. Invitation to trustees' reception for HSC graduating class, June 12, 1884. 6. Program for HSC Intermediate Celebration, February 22, 1884. 7. Fundraising letter/appeal by Richard McIlwaine to W. R. Gaines, Esq., HSC Class of 1855, dated December 14, 1883.

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Academic Year
1884-1885English.
Scope and Contents

1. Joseph Rennie's (HSC Class of 1885 & Trustee) letters dated: 1881(5); 1882(3); 1884(5); 1887(1); 1889(1); all sent to Mrs. Jane (Mrs. B.S.) Howard, rep. of the Ladies Benevolent Society (letters donated by Nat Horwitz). 2. Program for HSC Commencement, June 11, 1885. 3. Henry Read McIlwaine's (HSC Class of 1885) photograph, Scholar, HSC Faculty, State Library of Virginia, 1907-1934. 4. Henry Read McIlwaine (HSC Class of 1885, faculty); photograph of unveiling of plaque honoring McIlwaine.

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Academic Year
1885-1886English.
Scope and Contents

1. Joseph Dupuy Eggleston's (HSC Class of 1886) sources of historical data on Hampden-Sydney College and Southern Virginia. 2. Joseph Dupuy Eggleston (HSC Class of 1886); "How Hampden- Sydney College Came into Being" (three copies). 3. Joseph Dupuy Eggleston's (HSC Class of 1886) letter to William P. Jacobs, President, Presbyterian College, Clinton, S.C., explaining virtues of HSC. 4. Joseph Dupuy Eggleston (HSC Class of 1886); "Great Scientists Who Were Christians." 5. Joseph Dupuy Eggleston (HSC Class of 1886); Prince Edward County, V.A., "A Short Narrative of the Life of John Hatchett." 6. Joseph Dupuy Eggleston (HSC Class of 1886); Prince Edward County, V.A., "Historical Places Worthy of Marking." 7. Joseph Dupuy Eggleston (HSC Class of 1886); Hollis Burke Frissell from The Southern Workman, March 1924. 8. Joseph Dupuy Eggleston's (HSC Class of 1886) memberships and accomplishments. 9. Joseph Dupuy Eggleston (HSC Class of 1886); newspaper article, "Wounds Healed by Eggleston" from the Roanoke Times, March 19, 1972 regarding Eggleston's accomplishments at Virginia Tech. 10. Joseph Dupuy Eggleston's (HSC Class of 1886) letter of recognition from Walter Newman, President of Virginia Tech. 11. Joseph Dupuy Eggleston's (HSC Class of 1886 obituary from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, March 11, 1953. 12. Joseph Dupuy Eggleston (HSC Class of 1886); correspondence between Eggleston and Robert Bell Woodworth (HSC Class of 1886). 13. William Broadnax Hopkins (HSC Class of 1886); obituary and biographical notes by A. C. Hopkins (Hopkins died March 5, 1952). 14. Matthew Branch Porter's (HSC Class of 1886) obituary (Porter died May 8, 1952). 15. Dr. W S. Currell's (HSC Faculty 1882 - 1886) obituary from the Christian Observer, August 11, 1943. 16. Program for HSC Senior Class Celebration, June 10, 1886. 17. Henry Tucker Graham (HSC Class of 1886); pamphlet, Historical Treatise – "Some Things for Which the South Did Not Fight in the War Between the States." 18. Henry Tucker Graham's (HSC Class of 1886) descriptive material from the Bulletin of Hampden-Sydney College, February 1916.

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Academic Year
1886-1887English.
Scope and Contents

1. (missing) Program for HSC Intermediate Celebration, February 22, 1887. 2. (missing) Program for HSC Concert, 1887. 3. (missing) Program for Final Celebration, HSC Philanthropic Literary Society, June 15, 1887. 4. (missing) Program for Anniversary Celebration; HSC Union Literary Society, June 14, 1887. 5. (missing) Program for HSC Commencement, June 12 - 16, 1887. 6. Theodore J. Wool's (HSC Class of 1887) address delivered before the HSC Student Body at the Opening Exercises of the College, September 14, 1910. 7. "Hampden-Sydney News" from the Richmond Dispatch, December 28, 1887. 8. "Hampden-Sydney College, Virginia" (descriptive material dated February 8, 1887). 9. Zeta Chapter Beta Theta Pi; group photograph, 1887 (accompanied by chart listing names of members). 10. E. O. Guerrant (HSC Faculty); three letters addressed to Dr. Guerrant, all dated 1887. 11. Thank you letters to Mrs. Jane S. Howard concerning scholarships given to John T. Graham (HSC Class of 1887) and Theodore J. Wool (HSC Class of 1887). 12. Henry C. Brock's (HSC Faculty) correspondence: postcard addressed to Brock, March 15, 1887, letter to Brock concerning the cost of printing diplomas, May 11, 1887.

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Academic Year
1887-1888English.
Scope and Contents

1. Samuel Percy Hawes' (HSC Class of 1888) letter to Graves Thompson regarding Hawes. 2. Newspaper article regarding proposed endowment of HSC professorship in honor of Moses Hoge (has handwritten date of 1888).

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Academic Year
1888-1889English.
Scope and Contents

1. Program for HSC Commencement, June 9 - 13, 1889, accompanied by end-of session "List of Distinctions." 2. Richmond Dispatch account of HSC Commencement, June 13, 1889. 3. Richmond Dispatch account of the HSC Day of Prayer, missionary addresses, January 23, 1889. 4. Peyton H. Hoge's, D. D. historical address delivered before the Centennial Meeting of the HSC Union Literary Society, June 12, 1889. 5. Rev. Thomas W. Hooper's, D.D; "Unconscious Influence" address delivered before the HSC Union and Philanthropic Societies, June 12, 1889.

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Academic Year
1889-1890English.
Scope and Contents

1. (missing) Charles William Sommerville's (HSC Class of 1890) photograph. 2. (missing) Frank Ernest Robbins' (HSC Class of 1890) photograph. 3. HSC Graduating Class of 1890's collective photograph. 4. William M. Thornton's (HSC Class of 1868) address before the HSC Alumni Society, June 11, 1890: "The Demands of Modern Life Upon the School." 5. Richmond Dispatch accounts of HSC Commencement Exercises, June 11 and 12, 1890. 6. Class letters of the class of 1890. 7. Charles William Sommerville's (HSC Class of 1890) article: "John Reuchlin and the Reciprocal Influence of Hebrew Study and the Reformation." 8. Charles William Sommerville's (HSC Class of 1890) pamphlet: "A Reply to a Certain 'Statement' Published Against Charles William Sommerville," January 25, 1915. 9. Charles William Sommerville's (HSC Class of 1890) letter to Dr. John B. Henneman at University of Tennessee concerning a plan for an "enlarged crayon portrait" of Professors Holladay and Blair. 10. Charles William Sommerville (HSC Class of 1890); farewell note to Sommerville from Edith T. Per?????, dated April 30, 1905. 11. Charles D. McKinney's (HSC Class of 1890) arrangement of the dedication of a park in Decatur, Georgia as a memorial to George W. Scott.

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Academic Year
1890-1891English.
Scope and Contents

1. (missing) Program for HSC Intermediate Celebration, February 20, 1891. 2. Program for HSC Commencement, 1891. 3. (missing) Program for HSC Union Literary Society Annual Celebration, June 16, 1891. 4. (missing) Program for HSC Philanthropic Literary Society Annual Celebration, June 17, 1891. 5. (missing) Program for Senior Class Celebration, 1891. 6. Edward Brown Campbell (HSC Class of 1891); photograph signed "Ned Campbell," dated November 1, 1890. 7. Richard McIlwaine's (HSC President) two letters to Jane Howard concerning scholarship funds: September 1890, September 1891. 8. J.M. Wells's (HSC Student in 1890) letter to his mother giving detailed description of HSC geography (original letter and photocopy). Letter donated by Sarah Wells Blakely. Wells is not listed in HSC Alumni Index. 9. Four miscellaneous Newspaper clippings labeled "91" and "?". 10. Alabama Alumni News, June 1944. Obituary for George H. Dewny, HSC 1891.

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Academic Year
1891-1892English.
Scope and Contents

1. (missing) Program for HSC Commencement, June 19-23, 1892. 2. Don P. Halsey's (HSC Class of 1892) address before the Virginia State Bar Association, July 30, 1907: "The Limits of Centralization." 3. Robert Randolph Jones' (HSC Class of 1892) three obituaries: one dated April 2, 1952, one from an El Paso newspaper, no source for the third. 4. Account of HSC Intermediated Celebration of February 20, 1892 from the Christian Observer. 5. James E. Cook's (HSC Class of 1892) letter to Mrs. Howard of the Ladies Benevolent Society.

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Academic Year
1892-1893English.
Scope and Contents

1. Program for HSC Intermediate Celebration, February 22, 1893. 2. Joseph Stebbins', Jr. (HSC Class of 1893) photograph. 3. Dandridge Spotswood's (HSC Class of 1893) photograph. 4. Richard McIlwaine's (HSC President) letter to Mrs. C. R. James of the Ladies Benevolent Society concerning HSC scholarships. 5. Henry Wood McLaughlin (HSC Class of 1893); program for memorial service for McLaughlin (two copies) sent by J. Gray McAllister. 6. Richard McIlwaine's (HSC President) letter to solicit funds from HSC alumni, dated December 14, 1892. 7. John W. Basore's (HSC Class of 1893) reprint: "The Scenic Value of the Miniatures in the Manuscripts of Terence," Baltimore, 1902. 8. John W. Basore's (HSC Class of 1893) article: "The Scholia on Gesture in the Commentary of Donatus" from Proceedings of the American Philological Association, volume 24, 1903. 9. John W. Basore's (HSC Class of 1893) article: "Quintilian on the Status of the Later Comic Stage" from Proceedings of the American Philological Association, volume 40, 1910. 10. George William Peyton's (HSC Class of 1893) biographical entry from the American Peony Society Bulletin, June 1956, pages 8 - 10.

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Academic Year
1893-1894English.
Scope and Contents

1. (missing) Program for celebration of the HSC Class of 1894, June 14, 1894 (two copies.) 2. (missing) Invitation and menu for banquet of HSC Class of 1894. 3. (missing) Class Letters, HSC Class of 1894: two editions; February 1896, May 1899 (duplicate copies). 4. Photographs, HSC Class of 1894: John I. Armstrong, Henry C. Brock, William E. Finley, Henry T. Holladay, Carlton H. Licklider, Newton A. Parker, Emmet R. Price, Hilary G. Richardson, Edwin W. Simpson, William H. Surbaugh, James L. Sydenstricker, Asa D. Watkins, Joseph A. Wauchope, James H. C. Winston. 5. Photographs, HSC Faculty, 1894: J. H. C. Bagby, William Thomas Genel, John Bell Henneman. 6. John Sturdivant Read's (HSC Class of 1894) article; "The Medical Society County of Kings: A business Union or a Temple of Healing?" Reprint from The Medical Times and Long Island Medical Journal, March 1935. 7. James Gray McAllister's (HSC Class of 1894, HSC President) obituary from the Richmond News Leader, January 23, 1970. 8. Henry Hays Sweets's (HSC Class of 1894) obituary from newspaper, Church News, February 24, 1952. 9. Asa Dupuy Watkins' (HSC Class of 1894) grade sheet ('Monthly Circular') dated April 6, 1892. 10. Asa Dupuy Watkins's (HSC Class of 1894) letter to HSC Faculty requesting that he be allowed to publish certain items in the Hampden-Sydney Magazine, dated October 30, 1893). 11. John Bell Henneman (HSC Faculty); letter to Henneman from William W. Smith at Randolph-Macon. 12. Achilles Lyons Tynes's (HSC Class of 1894) letter to Dr. John B. Henneman at the University of Tennessee; note on envelope shows letter was resent to Henneman at Spartanburg, S.C. 13. James Henry Curry Winston (HSC Class of 1894); miscellaneous material concerning Winston (material given to library by Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Gilmer, August 14, 1963).

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Academic Year
1894-1895English.
Scope and Contents

1. (missing) Menu for banquet, HSC Class of 1895. 2. William Henry Tappey Squires' (HSC Class of 1895) pamphlet: "The Turret's Twirl" (musings by Squires). 3. William Denham Pasco's (HSC Class of 1895) photograph. 4. Carter Dupuy Johnston's (HSC Class of 1895) photograph. 5. Alfred James Morrison's (HSC Class of 1895) photograph. 6. Alfred James Morrison (HSC Class of 1895); HSC Bulletin, Alfred J. Morrison memorial issue, volume 58, number 1, May, 1923. 7. Alfred James Morrison's (HSC Class of 1895) articles: "First Meeting of the Education Association of Virginia;" "The Organization of Virginia Education, 1863 - 1882." 8. Pictures of Cushing Hall, 1894. 9. Truman Alfred Parker's (HSC Class of 1895) letter to HSC Faculty requesting a college "Field Day," dated March 21, 1895. 10 Petition (ca. 1895) signed by 63 HSC students requesting a college holiday change. 11. Henry Irving Brock's (HSC Class of 1895) monthly grade sheets, 1894 and 1895. 12. Henry Irving Brock's (HSC Class of 1895) article from New York Times Magazine, June 6, 1926: "Old College Architecture Survives." 13. Richard McIlwaine's (HSC President) letter to Dr. John Henneman, July 20, 1895. 14. Marshall Morton's (HSC Class of 1895) letter to Dr. John Henneman concerning a faculty position at the University of Tennessee, dated April 2, 1897, accompanied by 'Testimonials' for Morton.

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Academic Year
1895-1896English.
Scope and Contents

1. Chi Phi Chakett, October 1895; HSC notes on page 200. 2. HSC description (ca. 1896) from The Presbyterian of the South, April 17, 1929. 3. William Richardson Houston's (HSC Class of 1896) petition to the HSC Faculty by Houston concerning his dismissal from HSC for gambling and drinking. 4, Petition (ca. 1896) to the HSC Faculty signed by a number of HSC students concerning the dismissal of certain students for gambling and drinking. 5. Archibald Magill Fauntleroy's (HSC Class of 1896) biographical material. 6. Archibald Magill Fauntleroy's (HSC Class of 1896) article; "A Doctor Diagnoses and Prescribes" concerning "National and International Ills." 7. Archibald Magill Fauntleroy's (HSC Class of 1896) various medical articles (eight reprints). 8. Archibald Magill Fauntleroy (HSC Class of 1896); assorted writings about (or by) Fauntleroy.

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Academic Year
1896-1897English.
Scope and Contents

1. Robert Kincaid Brock's (HSC Class of 1897) monthly grade sheets for 1894 and 1895. 2. Robert Kincaid Brock's (HSC Class of 1897) biographical material from Chi Phi Chakett, September 1954. 3. Robert Kincaid Brock's (HSC Class of 1897) sketch of HSC Trustees who became justices. 4. Robert Thruston Hubard's (HSC Class of 1897) monthly grade sheet for 1896 and 1897. 5. Robert Thruston Hubard's (HSC Class of 1897) address before the HSC Alumni Society, June 15, 1910. 6. Robert Thruston Hubard's (HSC Class of 1897) letter to his brother, Lyttleton Hubard, June 21, 1910. 7. Robert Thruston Hubard's (HSC Class of 1897) address before the HSC Alumni Society, June 1932 8. Harry Howard Shelton's (HSC Class of 1897) letter to Dr. John Henneman (Business Manager of the Kaleidoscope), dated March 4, 1897.

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Academic Year
1897-1898English.
Scope and Contents

1. Invitation to HSC Intermediate Celebration, February 22, 1898. 2. HSC student petition (ca. 1898) asking Faculty to change the "Weekly Holiday from Saturday to Monday." 3. Farewell letter from UTS to HSC Faculty, dated May 13, 1898, along with response (no date) from HSC Faculty. 4. Richard McIlwaine's (HSC President) letter to John B. Henneman concerning writing an article on the history of HSC to be printed in the Kaleidoscope, letter dated March 14, 1898. 5. Request for contribution to a J. M. Venable, Esq., dated April 16, 1898, promoting the collection of funds for an oil portrait of President McIlwaine. 6. Photographs: (HSC Class of 1898) James Edward Allen, Eugene Caldwell, Howson White Cole, Eugene Douglas, John Harris Earhart, Howard Lawrence Foster, Lewis M. Gaines, Garrett Gideon Gooch, Barksdale Hamlett, Robert Francis Hutcheson, Lewis Harvie Irving, Thomas Allen Kirk, Clarence Reed Lacy, David Cummins Morton, Virgin Hadley Starbuck, Tecumseh Harvell Thompson, Arthur Douglass Wauchope, two unidentified individuals.

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Academic Year
1898-1899English.
Scope and Contents

1. Harry Rutherford Houston (HSC Class of 1899); Christmas card, 1946, references to HSC. 2. William Walton Bondurant's (HSC Class of 1899) handwritten request to HSC Faculty to take a late exam. 3. William Walton Bondurant's (HSC Class of 1899) obituary from San Antonio Express and News, February 14, 1959. 4. Frank Ernest Iron's (HSC Class of 1899) biographical material from History of Winter Haven, Florida. 5. Tome Peete Cross' (HSC Class of 1899) assorted writings. 6. HSC Student petition (ca. 1899) to the Faculty requesting the institution of basketball at HSC. 7. HSC student petition (April 22, 1899) protesting a "shameful act of Rowdyism;" see material on Thomas B. Blake, HSC Class of 1901.

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Academic Year
1899-1900English.
Scope and Contents

1. John Wilson Somerville (HSC Class of 1900); letters to and from Atwell Somerville concerning John Somerville's suspension from HSC. 2. Lavillon Dupuy Cole's (HSC Class of 1900) letter to his father, H. W. Cole, concerning Lavillon Dupuy Cole's two week suspension from HSC. 3. Philip Eugene Hubard's (HSC Class of 1900) monthly grade sheet, dated December 1896. 4. John Hunter Grey's (HSC Class of 1900) address; "Sketch of Montgomery Presbytery," presented at its Centennial meeting, September 21, 1943. 5. Henry Percival Bridges' (HSC Class of 1900) assorted correspondence. 6. HSC student resolution (ca. 1900) on behalf of Alfred Shorter Caldwell (HSC Class of 1900). 7. HSC Student Petition (ca. 1900) signed by six students (the executive commission of the YMCA) asking that the "Missionary Library" books be transferred from the College Library to the YMCA Reading Room. 8. HSC Student petition (ca. 1900) protesting the Faculty's suspension of "Mr. Somerville."

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Academic Year
1900-1901English.
Scope and Contents

1. "The last hundred Days: A diary of Frank A. Brown." Frank A. Brown (HSC Class of 1901). 2. "He Made It His Ambition: The Story of William F. Junkin" by Frank A. Brown (HSC Class of 1901). 3. "Heroism on The Mission Field: Lest We Forget" by Frank A. Brown (HSC Class of 1901). 4. Flyer "Important Celebration of the Methodists and Presbyterians of Tidewater" with schedule of events on back. 5. Flyer "Hampden-Sidney College, a Library Fund." 6. Flyer "Hampden-Sidney College" information about the college sent out by Richard McIlwaine (HSC President). 7. Article "Forgotten Men(?)" pages 11 – 12; article discusses the first colonies and religion in America. 8. "Norfolk Remembers… Carrying Christ to Africa;" article discusses missionaries, published by the Committee on Historical Pamphlet. One member of the committee was Dr. Frank A. Brown (HSC Class of 1901). 9. Article "Missionary Seen Key to Future" published in the Virginia- Pilot, March 17, 1958, written by George Holbert Tucker. 10. Envelope containing an invitation to the President and Faculty of Hampden-Sydney College to Tulane University of Louisiana for the Inauguration of Edwin Anderson Alderman, March 12, 1901. 11. Letter from Thomas Ballard Blake (HSC Class of 1900 or 1901(?)) to the Editor of the Hampden-Sydney Record. He discusses an incident when he was in school (January 1898) where they serenaded outside a party because they were upset they were not invited. Dr. McIlwaine (HSC President) marched them into his office and gave them a "fatherly talk" then let them go with the promise they would not do it again. 12. Envelope and letter addressed to Mr. Blake (Thomas Ballard Blake, HSC Class of 1900 or 1901) from Dr. McIlwaine (HSC President) requesting his presence for a meeting.

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Academic Year
1901-1902English.
Scope and Contents

1. Cabinet Card; photograph of a man holding the reigns of a horse, the horse has words painted on its side that say "A Dance Test Negative Evidence." 2. Flyer "Rah! Rah! Rah! Look! No Dancing therefore No Intermediate Celebration at Hampden-Sidney Down with the Board!" 3. Signed pledge by students of Hampden-Sidney College to resist from hazing. 4. Page from Feedstuffs, February 3, 1968, pages 43 - 44. Contains articles "Maryland Poultry Firm in 100th Year" by Kelvin Adkins and "Frank Lang, Retired Grange Officer, Dies." 5. Letter to the Faculty of Hampden-Sydney College from S. K. Winn, about his son's (John Paul Winn, HSC Class of 1902) eye problems that are disrupting his classes and that he will be returning home. 6. Envelope containing an invitation to the President and Faculty of Hampden- Sydney College to Johns Hopkins University for the 25th anniversary of the founding of the University and the Inauguration of Ira Remsen, February 21 - 22, 1902. 7. Envelope from Hugh M. McAllister (HSC Class of 1902) containing three photo postcards of various views of "Milton Hall" near Covington, VA. 8. List of Fees for R. S. Graham for the school year 1901 - 1902. 9. Twelve letters to and from the Cohn and Bock Co. regarding their business and orders (Herman Cohn, HSC Class of 1902(?)). 10. Marylander and Herald, October 23, 1969; article "Another Landmark Is Disappearing" written by Mrs. E. Herman Cohn from materials found in her husbands' papers (Herman Cohn, HSC Class of 1902(?)). 11. Petition by the students of Hampden-Sydney College to move the exam schedule up one day so that students are not traveling home on Sunday and breaking the Sabbath. 12. Letter to A. B. Simpson from the Faculty of Hampden-Sydney College concerning his son H. H. Simpson (HSC Class of 1902) and his absence from classes, letter written February 16, 1899. 13. Correspondence to the Librarian at Hampden-Sydney College describing the letter they wished to donate to the collection that was among a loved one's possessions. The letter was written to Dr. Campbell and discusses his sons (one was in the class of 1902, name (???ghton Campbell), the other son was John Blake Campbell ) who will be coming to Hampden-Sydney College. The letter is written by H. Graham. 14. Envelope containing two newspaper articles: Marylander and Herald, November 30, 1967, article "Local Firm 100 Years in Business" written by Mrs. Doris Cohn (widow of E. Herman Cohn who died in 1961, HSC Class of 1902(?)). The Sunday Times Delmarva Living, December 3, 1967 "It's 'Happy Birthday' One Hundred Times for Firm in Princess Anne." Article Discusses the Cohn and Bock Co. (Herman Cohn, HSC Class of 1902(?)).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 81 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1902-1903English.
Scope and Contents

1. "Suzanne Rochet;" history of her family written in 1949 by W. Williams. 2. "Hampden-Sidney College as an Educational Force from the War of the Revolution to the War between the States" address by Richard McIlwaine (HSC President) April 20th, 1903. 3. Thank you letter to the Hampden-Sidney College Presidents Office, from the Secretary, to President Reed of Dickinson College for the gift of the Hampden-Sidney College year book of 1903. 4. Signed promise to immediately resign all connections with the organization known as R.H.O.C.J. at Hampden-Sidney College; signed by twelve students. 5. Invitation/program for the formal opening of the Library at Trinity College in Durham, North Carolina, February 23, 1903. 6. Invitation to a public address by Richard McIlwaine (HSC President) at the chapel at Hampden-Sidney College, March 23, 1903. 7. Invitation to the installation of Frank Strong as Chancellor of the University of Kansas at Lawrence, October 16 - 18, 1902. 8. Letter to the faculty of Hampden-Sidney College from the senior class establishing a group to speak to them regarding their decision to cut short their vacation days. 9. Invitation to the Inauguration of Francis Landey Patton as President of the Theological Seminary of the Presbyterian Church at Princeton, New Jersey, October 14, 1903. 10. Petition by the Hampden-Sydney College Philanthropic and Union Societies to abolish Monday tests as they keep them from continuing their literary work in their societies. 11. Envelope addressed to the President and Faculty of Hampden-Sidney College containing an invitation to the Golden Jubilee at Franklin and Marshall College, June 7 - 11, 1903. 12. Envelope addressed to the President of Hampden-Sidney College containing an invitation to the Inauguration and card invitation to the Inauguration Exercises for Woodrow Wilson as President of Princeton University, October 25, 1902. 13. Letter to Dr. McIlwaine (HSC President), March 9, 1903, from Julius D. D(?) (handwriting difficult to read) on Roanoke College letterhead. 14. Envelope addressed to Hampden-Sidney College containing an invitation to the Inauguration of Joseph Swain as president of Swarthmore College. Envelope also contains a letter written to Swarthmore College from Hampden-Sidney College congratulating Joseph Swain but stating that they will not be able to attend the inauguration. 15. Card stating "The procession moves from Miller Chapel at ten o'clock Academic Costume is requested, if convenient." 16. Request by the senior class of Hampden-Sydney College to the Faculty that they be allowed to choose the speaker for Commencement; second letter to the senior class denying their request. 17. Resolutions of activities proposed after the death of Mr. Joseph McMurran; one resolution was to cover his portrait where it hangs in Shepherd College for 30 days draped in mourning.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 82 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1903-1904 English.
Scope and Contents

1. Invitation to the students of Hampden-Sydney College to attend the launching of the battleship Virginia in Newport News, Virginia, March 4, 1904. 2. Letter to the faculty of Hampden-Sydney College from William B. Christian, asking to be allowed to return to school after their decision to not let him (includes envelope). Several letters to and from Professor Harry C. Brock of Hampden-Sydney College to Mr. George Christianson about the letter he sent regarding his son. List of damages done to Hampden- Sydney College property and by whom, William B. Christian is first name on the list. 3. Envelope containing two letters: one from Hampden-Sydney College President, Richard McIlwaine to Professor Harry C. Brock about an exam taken by William B. Christian; second letter is for appreciation of service to the college provided by Richard McIlwaine during his term as president. 4. Letter to the faculty stating that the sons of the men who signed it would be withdrawn from the college: signed by Christian, McIlwaine, Eggleston, and Carrington). 5. Petition to the Faculty of Hampden-Sydney College signed by the freshman class promising to help them in finding the person responsible for a crime and bringing them to justice. 6. Western Union telegram to the Faculty of Hampden-Sydney College from John S. Ellett declaring his intent to withdraw his son from the college, February 14, 1904. Separate list of offenses created in church by students Ellett, Christian, and Payne. 7. Signed letter stating that the student body felt a compulsion in signing a pledge presented to them by the faculty. 8. Obituary for Belle Venable Martin, January 25, 1836 - February 21, 1904. 9. Signed letter from student of Hampden-Sydney College stating that they had no part in damage done to various building on campus during the Christmas holidays. Seniors and sophomores signed one copy, juniors and freshman signed a second copy. 10. Thank you letter to William M. Thornton, a professor at the University of Virginia, from Harry C. Brock (HSC Professor). 11. Letter from William M. Thornton concerning the offenses of Hampden- Sidney College students. 12. Leaflet "The Position of Hampden-Sidney College in Education." 13. Letter to the Alumni of Hampden-Sidney College, from Robert. K. Brock, Chairman Committee, asking for money to build a club house on campus. 14. Two letters difficult to read.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 83 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1903-1904 English.
Scope and Contents

1. Folder labeled "Theological Stewart Trial." Contains: lecture notes from a Church History Course taught by Dr. Thomas C. Johnson, notes taken by W. Twyman Williams, and includes a letter from Williams discussing the notes. 2. Newspaper clipping, The Farmville Herald, February 20, 1959. "Hampden- Sydney, Born In Revolutionary Times, Has Compiled Illustrious History." 3. Newspaper clipping, The News, February 19, 1967; "The Hampden-Sydney Man: A Profile in Depth." 4. Notebook: handwritten title on front cover. "Church History (Schaff, volume III, Sheldon, volume III and IV). 5. Hand sewn manuscript: "Presbyterian Church History." 6. List of Southside area Hampden-Sydney College Alumni. 7. Certified copy of order appointing trustees for College Church. 8. Poster for Hampden-Sydney "Young People's Conference." 9. "History of College Church" (half typed, half handwritten). 10. Many letters, mostly to and from W. Twyman Williams. Many discuss his help with restoring old buildings in the area and his terms as pastor at several of churches. 11. Folder titled "Stewart case." Contains several newspaper clippings about a pastor: Donald H. Stewart. 12. Typed notes about Donald H. Stewart. 13. Letters to and from W. Twyman Williams; most discuss the Presbyterian Church and Donald H. Stewart. 14. "Church History Course", notes by W. Twyman Williams.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 84 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1904-1905English.
Scope and Contents

1. Presbyterian of the South and Presbyterian Standard, volume 110, number 49, December 4, 1935 (only partial issue, also sections have been cut out). 2. Pamphlet, "The Fullness of Time," a sermon by Edgar G. Gammon (HSC Class of 1905 and HSC President) delivered December 15, 1953. 3. Invitation to the Inauguration of Brown Ayres as President of the University of Tennessee, April 26, 1905, Knoxville, Tennessee. 4. Brochures of sermons written by Edgar G. Gammon (HSC Class of 1905 and HSC President): "A Real Issue," "The First Twelve years," "'Esther' A Sermon to Young People," "A Christmas Sermon," "Presbyterians and Education," "Hampden-Sydney College 1939 - 1955," (eight copies), "The Virtues of the Church," "For Which There Are No Substitutes," (Has water and bug damage) "Absalom (II Samuel 18:32)," "A Sermon on 'The Reward of Stewardship,'" "Citizenship," and "The Way of the Transgressor." 5. The Richmond Times-Dispatch, March 24, 1940; "The Sportview (?)" (pages slightly damaged at top, part of title missing); article written by Edgar G. Gammon (HSC Class of 1905 and HSC President). 6. Christian Observer, June 21, 1950. "The Church-Related College and Tomorrow" written by Rev. Edgar G. Gammon (HSC Class of 1905 and HSC President). 7. Postcard to Mrs. David Wilson; has photo on the front of Wasteland, Nags Head, N. C. 8. Postcard to Mrs. A.J. Terrell; has photo of a Chinese porcelain plate on the front. 9. Fifteen letters to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) from Mr. and or Mrs. Edgar G. Gammon (HSC Class of 1905 and HSC President). 10. Invitation sent to the President of Hampden-Sydney College for the Inauguration of Edwin Anderson Alderman as the President of the University of Virginia, April 13, 1905.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 85 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1904-1905English.
Scope and Contents

1. Eleven pamphlets of sermons by Dr. Edgar G. Gammon, pastor (HSC Class of 1895): "Self-Examination," "Citizenship," "The Virtues of the Church," (two copies) "For Which There Are No Substitutes," "'Ester' A Sermon to Young People," "Marriage," "Absalom (II Samuel 18:32)," "A Real Issue," "A Christmas Sermon," and "Christmas Sermon." 2. Envelope addressed to the President of Hampden-Sidney College containing an invitation to the Inauguration of Eliphalet Nott as President of Union College, September 29, 1904. 3. Postcard to Mrs. Paul Grier. 4. Postcard to Mrs. Albert Terrell from Mrs. E. G. Gammon. 5. Note to F. (Frankie) McKinney from J. L. Jarmon (President of the State Female Normal School) advising her that she was not passing English. 6. Folder containing and labeled "Leaflets, clippings, letters, and other items" pertaining to the administration of Dr. Edgar G. Gammon as President of Hampden-Sydney College, 1939 - 1955 (gift from Mrs. Graves Thompson).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 86 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1905-1906English.
Scope and Contents

1. Leather bound invitation to the final celebrations of the Union and Philanthropic Societies of Hampden-Sidney College, June 11 - 12, 1906. 2. Pamphlet "In Memoriam John William Eggleston 1886 - 1976" (HSC Class of 1906). Letter from The Supreme Court of Virginia discussing the donation of the pamphlet to Hampden-Sydney College that was from the dedication of the portrait of the late Chief Justice John W. Eggleston to the Court. 3. Letter to Dr. Dabney from Robert Dabney Bedigner (HSC Class of 1906) discussing the American Presbyterian Congo Mission (duplicate copy). 4. Newspaper clipping "Hampden-Sidney Team College Champions" (the 1906 Baseball team with photo). 5. UPLS intermediate Celebration Invitation, February 23, 1906

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 87 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1906-1907English.
Scope and Contents

1. Flyer discussing the Field Day Exercises held May 11, 1907 at Hampden- Sidney College. 2. Pamphlet "Hampden-Sidney College; Hampden-Sidney, Virginia. Fort Students 1906 - 7." 3. Article "On the City Side with Idah Wood;" article discusses Hampden- Sydney College, 1907 yearbook. 4. Article from the Richmond Times-Dispatch; "Succeeds Dr. McIlwaine." Discusses Dr. Ashton W. McWhoter as the new chair of English and History at Hampden-Sidney College (second copy-photocopy). 5. Letter to Dr. W. Taylor Reveley from Dr. Henry I. Willett, Jr. giving him two copies of fliers found inside a magazine: flier 1- "Rah! Rah! Rah! Look! No Dancing Therefore no Intermediate Celebration at Hampden-Sidney Down With the Board!", flier 2- Gymnastics event to benefit the State Normal School to be held February 24. 6. P. Tulane Atkinson's remarks on introducing Mr. Smythe at Dedication of Iota Chapter House, October 27, 1951. 7. Letter to Mrs. Atkinson from Paul Grier (HSC Librarian); letter discusses the Atkinson Memorial Bookplate.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 88 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1907-1908English.
Scope and Contents

1. Leather bound invitation and program for the Union and Philanthropic Societies of Hampden-Sidney College Final Celebrations, June 8 - 9, 1908. 2. Thank you note to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) from Frank S. Johns. 3. Article "Three Southern Surgeons" written by Anne Page John (donated by Mrs. Frank S. Johns). 4. Article "Meckel's Diverticulum and Meckel's Diverticulum Disease: A Study of 154 Cases" written by Thomas N.P. Johns (HSC Class of 1943), Jock R. Wheeler, and Frank S. Johns (HSC Class of 1908). 5. Article "Chimborazo Hospital and J. B. McCaw, Surgeon-In-Chief" written by Frank S. Johns (HSC Class of 1908) and Anne Page Johns (two copies). 6. Article "A Discussion of the Prevention of Injuries to the Common and Hepatic Ducts" written by Frank S. Johns (HSC Class of 1908). 7. Paper "A Tribute to Dr. A. W. McWhorter" written by Mrs. W. L. Lynn.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 89 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1908-1909English.
Scope and Contents

1. Commencement week program for Hampden-Sidney College, June 6 - 9, 1909. 2. List of Academic degrees conferred by the Board of Trustees of Hampden- Sidney College, June 9, 1909. 3. Envelope addressed to Rev. W. C White from Richard McIlwaine (HSC President) containing a personal letter with remembrances of their last meeting and comments about the health of McIlwaine and his family. 4. Cabinet card and photograph of the Hampden-Sydney College class of 1909, taken in the spring of 1907. Most of the men are identified on the back of the card.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 90 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1909-1910English.
Scope and Contents

1. Program for a sermon by Rev. Thomas R. English preached in The Farmville Presbyterian Church Thanksgiving Day 1909 (two copies). 2. Commencement week exercise program for Hampden-Sidney College, June 12 - 15, 1910. 3. Article "The Railway Surgeon of Today" written by William P Gilmer (HSC Class of 1910). 4. Leather bound copy of invitation and program of the Union and Philanthropic Societies of Hampden-Sidney College Final Celebration, June 13 - 14, 1910 (two copies). 5. Paper "George Luther Walker" (HSC Class of 1968) written by J. D. Eggleston. 6. Envelope addressed to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) containing an announcement of a book The Door Opened written by Natalie Blanton (Mrs. Wyndham B. Blanton) currently on sale (Wyndham B. Blanton, HSC Class of 1910). 7. Article "Buchanan served as justice nearly a quarter century" Richlands News- Press, July 5, 2000, pages C-2 and C-11 (Archibald Chapman Buchanan, HSC Class of 1910). 8. Letter to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) from W. V. Moore (HSC Class of 1910); he describes his memories of Hampden-Sydney College and those of his family members over the years beginning with his grandmother's trip to the college in 1831. 9. "An Occasional Bulletin" published by the Virginia Historical Society, number 3, October 1961 (page 4 discusses the Blanton Portrait, Wyndham Bolling Blanton, HSC Class of 1910). 10. Folder labeled "Blanton, Wyndham B" (Wyndham Bolling Blanton, HSC Class of 1910). Folder contains numerous articles and other information by and about Wyndham B. Blanton.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 91 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1910-1911English.
Scope and Contents

1. Pamphlet "Heritage of Lexington Presbytery" by George West Diehl (HSC Class of 1911). 2. Letter to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) from J. B. Campbell (HSC Class of 1911) detailing some of his memories from Hampden-Sydney College. 3. Letter to J. T. Trotter from George West Diehl (HSC Class of 1911); the letter discusses money that he wishes to donate to the college as well as a brochure from Old Oxford Presbyterian Church, Lexington, Virginia, that he includes and wishes to go the archives at the library. The brochure is "Hearts Courageous" by George West Diehl. 4. Letter to Rev. J. Gray McAllister from James R. Thornton thanking him for money he sent to Hampden-Sydney College. 5. Bound notebook; appears to be a grade book for school year 1910 - 1911. It has several loose papers tucked in between some of the pages (difficult to read).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 92 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1911-1912English.
Scope and Contents

1. Commencement program, Hampden-Sidney College, June 9 - 12, 1912. 2. Commencement Address to Prince Edward Academy, Farmville, Virginia, June 2, 1961; "Individual Freedom and Its Responsibilities" by W. Perkins Hazlegrove (HSC Class of 1912).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 93 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1912-1913English.
Scope and Contents

1. Articles: "Chapter II Conditioning of Latex," "An Analysis of 'Our rubber heritage,'" "Rubber literature's top contributors; a new list for the years 1932 - 1966," and "Some notes on latex particle size" by John McGavack (HSC Class of 1913). 2. Article "The Choice of Heracles; An address before the literary societies of Hampden-Sidney College" by Fairfax Harrison, June 10, 1913. 3. Commencement week schedule and program for Hampden-Sidney College, June 8 - 11, 1913.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 94 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1913-1914English.
Scope and Contents

1. Commencement week schedule and program for Hampden-Sidney College, June 7 - 10, 1914 (two copies). 2. Paper regarding Loyal Clark Benedict (HSC Class of 1914) which describes his education, work history, and family. Two other papers of speeches that he gave. 3. Article "Heads Historic Military School," The Rattle of Theta Chi, Spring 1953; article about Col. John Cunningham Moore (HSC Class of 1914). 4. Paper "Fitzgerald Portraits Come to the College Hampden-Sydney." Attached are notes, a letter, and family tree used in paper.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 95 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1914-1915English.
Scope and Contents

1. Program for the Intermediate Celebration, February 19, 1915. 2. Numerous letters to and from Paul Grier (HSC Librarian), mostly in reference to specific library materials. 3. Hampden-Sydney Class of 1915 Photograph.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 96 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1915-1916English.
Scope and Contents

1. Four personal letters to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) and his wife from Maurice Allan (HSC Class of 1916) which includes four envelopes. 2. Commencement week schedule and program for Hampden-Sidney College, June 11 - 14, 1916. 3. Article "Towards a Natural Teleology" by D. Maurice Allan (HSC Class of 1916). 4. Paper "Some Surgical Considerations in Diabetes" by Hugh G. Thompson (HSC Class of 1916). 5. Pamphlet "The Christian College in the Postwar Era" by D. Maurice Allan (HSC Class of 1916) (five copies). 6. Two photocopied letters to Mrs. Atkinson from D. Maurice Allan (HSC Class of 1916). 7. Hampden-Sidney College Field Day program, May 8, 1916. 8. Annual Bulletin Class of 1916, Hampden-Sidney College, Gilmer Memorial, volume III. 9. Flyer written to the Alumni Association of Hampden-Sidney College from Robert K. Brock, P. Tulane Atkinson, George L. Walker, and W.H. Whiting, Jr., June 1, 1915. 10. Letter addressed to mother from Marshall, discusses "Elliot boy" from Hampden-Sidney team that asked about her (Virginia Military Institute letterhead). 11. List of education and publications for Denison Maurice Allan (HSC Class of 1916).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 97 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1916-1917English.
Scope and Contents

1. Booklet put together for the library about the Class of 1917 and their 50th reunion; includes photos, and letters regarding what the students have done since leaving Hampden-Sydney.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 98 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1917-1918English.
Scope and Contents

1. Leaflet containing "The Oath." 2. Articles: "The One-Party Period of American History," "The Biography of a Slave," "Letter form Alexander M. Clayton to J. F. H. Claiborne Relative to Cuban Affairs," "Pursuing Fugitive Slaves," "State Geological Surveys in the Old South," and "The Southern Experiment in Writing Social History" by Charles S. Sydnor (HSC Class of 1918). 3. Invitation from the Library Board of Virginia to hear an address by Charles S. Sydnor (HSC Class of 1918), June 12, 1953. 4. Commencement week schedule and program for Hampden-Sidney College, June 9 - 12, 1918. 5. Booklet put together for the library regarding the Class of 1918 and their 50th reunion; includes photos and letters on what the students have done since leaving Hampden-Sydney. 6. Article "Spring Meeting of Presbytery; Now in Session at Local Church," The Daily Progress, Charlottesville, Virginia, April 24, 1918. Article mentions A. W. McWhorter (President of Hampden-Sydney College) (one photocopy of article). Two Obituaries for A. W. McWhorter (President of Hampden-Sydney College); one from The Knoxville News- Sentinel. 7. Articles about the Hampden-Sidney sports teams, advertisements, Commencement, picnics, and meetings for the college from 1917 - 1918 (one photocopy of all articles). 8. Library Notes, number 29, April 1954, page 24; Charles Sackett Sydnor (HSC Class of 1918, also a former professor).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 99 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1918-1919English.
Scope and Contents

1. Commencement week schedule and program for Hampden-Sidney College, June 8 - 11, 1919. 2. Article "Medicine" from the program of the Lynchburg Farm Show, October 9 - 10, 1952 written by J. Barrye Wall (HSC Class of 1919). 3. Booklet put together for the library regarding the Class of 1919 and their 50th reunion; includes photos and letters on what the students have done since leaving Hampden-Sydney 4. Articles about Hampden-Sidney; military training, advertisements, Commencement, gifts, and other articles about the college from 1918 - 1919 (one photocopy of all articles). 5. Update from the Treasurer's Office at Hampden-Sidney College, May 31, 1919; lists Income Accounts and Assets (one photocopy). Article "Country Editor: Mirror of his Town." Article about Barrye Wall (HSC Class of 1919). Similar article "Journalista Do Interior" from the Em Guarda; para a defesa das Americas, number 2, number 10. 6. Letter From J. D. Eggleston (HSC President) addressed to Dear Sir; he discusses the rule from the College catalog about absence of students from college (duplicate copy).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 100 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1919-1920English.
Scope and Contents

1. Booklet put together for the library regarding the Class of 1920 and their 50th reunion; includes photos and letters on what the students have done since leaving Hampden-Sydney. 2. Memorial brochure for Reverend John B. Cunningham (HSC Class of 1920) (two copies). 3. Commencement week schedule and program for Hampden-Sidney College, May 30 - June 4, 1920. 4. Five letters to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) from John B. Henneman (HSC Class of 1920) and one copy of a letter from Paul Grier to John B. Henneman, all in regards to the appraisal of the books in the library belonging to the father of John B. Henneman. 5. Paper "Bulwer's 'Lucretia'" written by William Gold (HSC Class of 1920). 6. Letter to A. J. Morrison from Rodney H. T (?), discussing an annual meeting that he missed; possibly a meeting involving the United States Department of Agriculture.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 101 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1920-1921English.
Scope and Contents

1. Commencement week schedule and program for Hampden-Sidney College 1921 (two copies). 2. "Hampden-Sidney; our denominational college its value and purpose. Report from President J. D. Eggleston to the Synod of Virginia," November 11, 1920 (two copies). 3. Flyer "College Presbyterian Church" written by Edgar G. Gammon. 4. Letter to "Friends in Christ" from John A. Lacy, Sr. (HSC Class of 1921). Written at the top is a note to the librarian about the donation of a pamphlet. Pamphlets: "A letter to ministers" and "The chosen people," both written by John A. Lacy, Sr.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 102 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1921-1922English.
Scope and Contents

1. Commencement week schedule and program for Hampden-Sidney College, 1922. 2. Third annual report from President J. D. Eggleston to the Synod of Virginia, November 18, 1921. 3. Certificate of appreciation for the Students Army Training Corps at Hampden-Sidney College issued by the United States of America and signed by the Adjutant General and Assistant Secretary of War, November 22, 1921. 4. Letter and information sent to O. W. Buschgen from someone in the White House (signature difficult to read) in regards to Christian education. 5. Invitation and program for Commencement week at Hampden-Sidney College, June 11 - 14, 1922 (includes blank envelope). 6. Flyer "Y.M.C.A;" includes Cabinet members, Hampden-Sidney College yells, songs, and football schedule. 7. Paper "Baseball" by E. B. Wienbish (?) (HSC Class of 1922) for English I. 8. Program for the Spring Festival Upsilon Chapter Kappa Sigma, May 5 - 6, 1922. 9. Program for the Intermediate Celebration at Hampden-Sidney College by the Philanthropic and Union Societies, February 24, 1922. 10. Dance booklet for the Final Dances at Hampden-Sidney College sponsored by the German Club, June 13 - 15, 1922 (booklet is blank, pencil still attached with a cord). 11. Hall Dances booklet, November 17 - 18, 1921, sponsored by the German Club at Hampden-Sidney College (booklet is filled out). 12. Dance booklet for the Intermediate Dances sponsored by the German Club at Hampden-Sidney College, February 17 - 18, 1922 (two copies, both are filled out, one still has pencil attached with a cord). 13. Article from the Hampden-Sidney Tiger, January 11, 1922; lists Editorial and Business Department Staff and contains an editorial "Announcing Changes in Tiger Staff." 14. Article from the Hampden-Sidney Tiger; "Account of Dance." 15. Certificate from the Presbyterian Committee of Publication Sunday School Department to Mrs. R. E. King for completing Primary Lesson Materials training.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 103 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1922-1923English.
Scope and Contents

1. Booklet about Hampden-Sidney College (primarily photographs, most are of campus buildings). 2. Invitation and program for Commencement week at Hampden-Sidney College, June 10 - 13, 1923 (includes blank envelope). 3. West Virginia History; A Quarterly Magazine, volume 10, number 1, October 1958, pages 24 - 25. "Gray Forces Defeated in Battle of Lewisburg" by J. W. Benjamin (HSC Class of 1923). 4. The Essex Institute Historical Collections, volume 88, July 1952, pages 271 - 276. "Early Massachusetts aid to 'Destitute' regions of Virginia" by W. Herman Bell (HSC Faculty (?)). 5. Program for the Annual Intermediate Celebration of the Literary Societies of Hampden-Sidney College, February 23. 6. Richmond Times-Dispatch, January 11, 1951. "State Scientists Oppose Big Community Shelters" (photograph on first page of articles has arrow drawn to Dr. Thomas E. Gilmer). 7. Ashe Presbyterian, March 1951, "Christian Amendment" by Rev. J. W. Luke (HSC Class of 1923). 8. Richmond Time-Dispatch, March 10, 1951; "Hampden-Sydney Physicist Forms Team for Detecting Radiation," physicist is Dr. Thomas E. Gilmer. 9. Program for the Working Clinical Conference held in Japan, September 15 - 27, 1952; includes an address "The Pathology of Leprosy" by Dr. Chapman H. Binford (HSC Class of 1923). 10. Rural Living, pages 14 – 15; "Elm Shade" article discusses one of the oldest family held farms in Virginia owned currently by Richard Page Morton (HSC Class of 1923). 11. Photocopy of an article in the Wall Street Journal, August 14, 1978: "Rolling Along; Short-Line Railroads are on profits track after years of neglect" by William Gilmer, Jr., grandson of Dr. T. E. Gilmer (HSC Class of 1923). 12. Envelope addressed to Lt. T. E. Gilmer (HSC Class of 1923) from Bremer Commercial Photographers: contains three photographs of military personnel, enlistment, and descriptive record Virginia Protective force for Thomas Edward Gilmer, Special Orders for changes in duties for T. E. Gilmer, and information about the appointment of T. E. Gilmer to 2nd Lieutenant, Company 74, Virginia State Guard).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 104 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1923-1924English.
Scope and Contents

1. Commencement week schedule and program for Hampden-Sidney College, 1924 (four copies). 2. Leather bound invitation and program for Commencement week at Hampden- Sidney College, June 8 - 11, 1924. 3. Program for Kappa Sigma Upsilon Chapter May Festival 1924, at Hampden- Sidney College. 4. Booklet for the opening dances at Hampden-Sidney College sponsored by the German Club, October 5 - 6, 1923 (booklet is blank and still has pencil attached with a cord). 5. Advertisement for the Hub's Bargain Basement Challenge Sale (advertisement came in a Hub envelope). 6. Mu Omega dance card (card is filled out and has a name written on the back, Billy Monome). 7. Tracks; Chesapeake and Ohio Railway, October, 1951, pages 26 - 29. "Home of the Fighting Cadets" written by J. W. Benjamin (HSC Class of 1924). 8. Issue of The Tiger's Claws, volume 2, number 1, June 1924. 9. Name card for "'Billy' Moncuve (?)" Has Greek letters printed at the top for Sigma Sigma Sigma. 10. Article from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, November 4, 1951; "'Parlor Magic' of Missionary Baffles Witch Doctors" written by J. W. Benjamin (HSC Class of 1924 (?)). 11. The Herald-Advertiser, April 6, 1952, pages 11 - 12. 12. The Farmville Herald, volume 34, July 11, 1924; contains several articles that mention Hampden-Sidney College: "A Community of Excellent School Facilities" (article also mentions T. J. McIlwaine), "Hampden- Sidney College has Long and Enviable Record of One Hundred and Forty- Eight Years Service."

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 105 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1924-1925English.
Scope and Contents

1. American Orthopsychiatric Association, Inc. Thirtieth Annual Meeting Program of Scientific Sessions, February 23 - 25, 1953, donated by the Chairman of the Program Committee, William Calvin Barger, M.D. (HSC Class of 1925). 2. Report of the 12th annual meeting of the American Society of Corporate Secretaries, Inc. June 8 - 11, 1958; contains article "Shareholders-Friend or Foe?" written by James P. Selvage (HSC Class of 1925). 3. Photograph of a man, labeled on back Selvage (HSC Class of 1925) (two copies). 4. Management Review, volume 46, number 12, December 1957; "Guarding Against the Corporate Raider" by James P. Selvage (HSC Class of 1925). 5. Photograph of a man, back labeled "Selvage?" 6. Photograph of an unidentified man. 7. Pamphlet "Business Goes to Washington" by James P. Selvage (HSC Class of 1925). 8. Postcard with information for Home Coming Day, November 8, 1924 at Hampden-Sidney College (two copies: one not addressed, the other addressed to J. P. Selvage, HSC Class of 1925). 9. Program for Spring Festival Upsilon Chapter Kappa Sigma at Hampden- Sidney College, April 24 - 25, 1925. 10. Newspaper clipping ??? Times-Dispatch, September 28, 1924; "Huggmen Lose As Washington Beats Red Sox (?)" by James P. Selvage (HSC Class of 1925) (Article title difficult to determine, paper very brittle and in four pieces). 11. Report to the New York City Board of Education by William Calvin Barger (HSC Class of 1925). 12. American Management Association report number 4. "Pirates by Proxy: Guarding Against the Corporate Raider" by James P. Selvage (HSC Class of 1925). 13. Several bits of articles glued to a calendar page; one article was "Get Five W's in Your Head to Save Time." 14. The News Leader, number 8,540, November 15, 1924, "University of Virginia, Leading V.P.I 6 to 0 End of 3rd. Spiders Tie Tigers 0 to 0; W. & M. And Roanoke Tied, 7-7 End 3rd Quarter. 15. Letter from Robert C. Carden, Jr. (HSC Class of 1925) to Taylor Reveley (HSC President); includes copy of preface written by Carden for the fund- raising brochure at Hampden-Sidney College. Also includes a thank you letter from Taylor Reveley to Robert C. Carden, Jr.

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Academic Year
1925-1926English.
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1. Flyer for the Hampden-Sidney College one hundred and fiftieth anniversary; reprint from editorial of Farmville Herald, June 4, 1926 (two copies). 2. Program for the Spring Festival Upsilon Chapter Kappa Sigma at Hampden- Sidney College, May 7 - 8, 1926. 3. Commencement Week Calendar for Hampden-Sidney College, June 6 - 9, 1926. 4. Commencement Exercises program for June 9, 1926, Hampden-Sidney College (two copies). 5. The New York Times Magazine, June 6, 1926, page 12; "Old College Architecture Survives, But Some of Our Richer Institutions are Hiding Colonial Buildings Behind a Thick Overlay of Gothic." Article mentions Hampden-Sidney College and includes a photograph of Cushing Hall. 6. Richmond Times-Dispatch, June 6, 1926; "Hampden Sidney's Future as Bright as Great Past: Sesquicentennial at Old College Lures Back Alumni" (two copies).

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Academic Year
1926-1927English.
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1. Program for the 1927 Chi Phi Banquet; celebrating the 60th anniversary of the founding of Epsilon. 2. Report of the Dr. Charles W. Dabney (President, HSC Alumni Association), June 7, 1927 (two copies). 3. Sermon by Graves Thompson (HSC Class of 1927) to 1968 Spring Meeting of Presbytery. 4. Classical Weekly: volume 33, number 1, October 2, 1939 (two copies); volume 35, number 1, October 6, 1941 (two copies); volume 35, number 11, January 19, 1942; volume 35, number 20, April 20, 1942 (two copies); volume 36, number 24, May 24, 1943 (two copies); volume 46, number 11, March 9, 1953; volume 51, number 3, December 1957 (all containing reviews written by Graves Thompson, HSC Class of 1927). 5. Postcard advertising the homecoming football game at Hampden-Sidney College on October 16, 1926. 6. Commencement Week Calendar for Hampden-Sidney College, June 5 - 8, 1927 (two copies). 7. The Classical Outlook: volume 16, number 8, May, 1939; volume 17, number 2, November 1939; volume 18, number 2, November 1940; volume 20, number 5, February, 1943; volume 22, number 4, January 1945 (all contain articles by Graves Thompson, HSC Class of 1927) (two copies of each). 8. Nuntius, volume 42, number 2, January, 1968; bottom of page one has a photograph of several men including Graves Thompson (HSC Class of 1927). 9. The Commonwealth, pages 16 – 18; "Hampden-Sydney - A Revolutionary College," written by Graves Thompson (HSC Class of 1927). 10. Letter to Mrs. E. T. Maben (E. T. Maben, HSC Class of 1927) from her son Keen while at camp (includes original envelope). 11. Letter to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) from Cynthia Thompson (daughter of Graves Thompson (HSC Class of 1927)) requesting a letter of recommendation to Colombia's graduate school of library science. Attached is a response from Grier to Thompson concerning her request. 12. Letter to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) from Cynthia Thompson (daughter of Graves Thompson (HSC Class of 1927)) discussing a new library pre- construction (includes original envelope). 13. Letter to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) from Cynthia Thompson (daughter of Graves Thompson (HSC Class of 1927)) discussing an upcoming summer position in a library in Conway, South Carolina. 14. Paper labeled "The Gang and their Bywords" contains comments next to signatures (attached to front labeled May 20, 1955, Hampden- Sydney College, Office of the Dean). "These were all written by Alfred A. ("Spritter") Adkins Jr. of Richmond about 1927 and torn down from the bulletin board in McIlwaine Hall" by David C. Wilson. 15. Letter to the family of Cynthia Thompson (daughter of Graves Thompson (HSC Class of 1927)) discussing library issues where she is working. 16. Newspaper article about the Commencement advice "Add Gravitas, Simplicitas, Pietas; To Other More Familiar Virtues" given by Graves Thompson (HSC Class of 1927), May 9, 1976. A copy of a typed version of the article is attached as well as a copy of a newspaper article "Instant choices" by Hoover Rupert. 17. Copy of a poem "Mary Morrison;" attached are notes on the poem and its connection with Hampden-Sydney College. Several connections including the author of the poem, Theo Maben, (HSC Class of 1927). 18. Folder containing correspondence and several other papers of Mrs. Graves H. Thompson (Graves H. Thompson, HSC Class of 1927) primarily relating to her work in the Hampden-Sydney Alumni Office.

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Academic Year
1927-1928English.
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1. Booklet, "Robert Porterfield, a Memorial" (Robert Porterfield, HSC Class of 1928); Porterfield founded the Barter Theatre in Abingdon, Virginia. 2. Southern Theatre, volume 15, number 3, March 1972; cover has a sketch of Robert Porterfield (HSC Class of 1928). 3. Welcome letter to the Hampden-Sydney College class of 1932 from the Philanthropic Literary Society, September 3, 1928. 4. Invitation letter to new students at Hampden-Sydney College to join the Union Literary Society. 5. Invitation to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) from Presbyterian Home for the dedication of the Bain Dormitory at the Zuni Presbyterian Training Center near Zuni, Virginia, September 5, 1974; Bain Dormitory named for Bernard E. Bain (HSC Class of 1928). 6. Letter to Doctor W. H. Whiting, Jr. from Charles William Dabney. He discusses fund raising and new positions recommended for Hampden- Sydney College as well as letters and a photograph of his father who was a student at Hampden-Sydney College in 1836 - 1837, in which he is sending (the letters in which Dabney mentions are not attached to the letter or included in this file). 7. The Commonwealth, July, 1948. "Virginians; In the Public Eye, Records of Service and Achievement" by Robert H. Porterfield (HSC Class of 1928). 8. The Tiger's Claws, volume N, number 10, February 1928 (?). 9. The News, November 22, 1953, Lynchburg, Virginia. "'It's No Picnic,' But They'll Have a Lot of Turkey; Why Dr. Bain's Book About his 'Children' May Be A Best Seller;" article about Dr. Bernard E. Bain. (HSC Class of 1928) (two copies of page 1, 1 copy of end of article from another page). 10. Letter to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) from Bernard E. Bain (HSC Class of 1928); Bain invites Grier and his wife to attend a religious play in Oberammergau. 11. Correspondence with John E. Haase, Jr. (started at HSC in Fall of 1928): postcard from M. H. McFarland, letter from the Students' Christian Association at Hampden-Sydney College, letter from D.C. Wilson (Acting Dean at HSC) acknowledging his certificate of admission to Hampden-Sydney College, card acknowledging the certificate of credentials from John Marshall High School, letter acknowledging receipt of room reservation fee and receipt, Bulletin of Hampden-Sydney College, volume 21, number 5, August, 1928 (addressed to Mr. John E. Haase, Jr.), letter from P. Tulane Atkinson (HSC Financial Secretary) discussing all of the fees for the upcoming school year (includes envelope addressed to Mr. John Edward Haase, Jr.).

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Academic Year
1928-1929English.
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1. News clipping from Chase City Progress, October 23, 1975; "Finch Guest Speaker for Centenary Homecoming" (Dr. William C. Finch, HSC Class of 1929). 2. Informational brochure "Hampden-Sydney do you know it? 1776 - 1929." 3. Booklet "Hampden-Sydney and Athletics." 4. Constitution of the students' Christian Association of Hampden-Sydney College. 5. Constitution of the Union-Philanthropic Literary Society. 6. Article "Preparations of Ammonium Trinitride from Dry Mixtures of Sodium Trinitride and Ammonium Salt" by W. J. Frierson and A. W. Browne. 7. Article "Chlorine Azide, CIN(3) I" by W. Joe Frierson, J. Kronrad, and A. W. Browne. 8. Article "Chlorine Azide. II. Interaction of Chlorine Azide and Silver Azide. Azino Silver Chloride, N(3)AgCl" by W. Joe Frierson and A. W. Browne. 9. The Virginia Journal of Education, volume 22, number 10, June 1929, pages 428 - 431. "Heroic Hampden-Sydney - A Cradle of Educators;" front cover has a photograph of Cushing Hall at Hampden-Sydney College. 10. Letter to the Alumni of Hampden-Sydney College asking for funding (includes return envelope). 11. Play program for the Jongleurs presentation of "Mr. Perrichon Goes Traveling," May 10, 1929 at Hampden-Sydney College with Hampden- Sydney College actors. 12. Letter to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) from W. C. Finch (HSC Class of 1929) requesting a tour of the new library at Hampden-Sydney College (has original envelope).

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Academic Year
1929-1930English.
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1. Photograph of Philip Ropp (HSC Class of 1930) in cap and gown. 2. Pamphlet of an address before Lexington Presbytery at New Providence Church by A. L. Tynes at the request of the Board of Trustees of Hampden-Sydney College. 3. Book review of History of Hampden-Sydney College, volume 1; From the Beginnings to the Year 1856 by Herbert Clarence Bradshaw (HSC Class of 1930). 4. The North Carolina Historical Review, Spring, 1965; containing the article "Review of North Carolina Nonfiction, 1963 – 1964," pages 208 - 215 by H. C. Bradshaw (HSC Class of 1930). 5. Postcard to R. Price Evans (HSC Class of 1930) from Bill Dickinson; postcard has a photograph of the library building at Hampden-Sydney College on the front. 6. Postcard to John E. Staehlin from George Walker; postcard has a photograph of the library building at Hampden-Sydney College on the front. 7. Cross and Crescent, page 26; article and photograph about Dr. Philip H. Ropp (HSC Class of 1930). 8. Industrialism; A Service, an address by Alexander Thomson, volume 24, number 5, July, 1930 (delivered at the Commencement of Hampden- Sydney College). 9. Newspaper article "Durhamite Reaches Century Mark" by Herbert C. Bradshaw (HSC Class of 1930). 10. First Presbyterian Church bulletin from Charlotte, North Carolina; photograph on front of Rev. Leonard W. Topping (HSC Class of 1930). 11. Three letters to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) from P. H. Ropp (HSC Class of 1930): one letter includes a newspaper clipping of Hampden-Sydney society news, four letters to Mrs. and Mr. Paul L. Grier from Mrs. E. G. Currin, Jr. (sister of Philip Ropp, HSC Class of 1930), and letter to Paul Grier from Robert Liddell Lowe about the death of P. H. Ropp (six of the letters are in original envelopes). 12. Newspaper article "Durham Snipings Spur Talk of Citizen Patrols;" article mentions the murder of H. C. Bradshaw (HSC Class of 1930). 13. Durham Morning Herald, December 23, 1976. "Editor Killed by Sniper at Home; Bradshaw's Death Second in Weeks of Random Shots" (Herbert C. Bradshaw, HSC Class of 1930). 14. Durham Morning Herald, December 23, 1976; "Bradshaw is Praised for Honesty, Industry" (Herbert C. Bradshaw, HSC Class of 1930). 15. Several letters to and from Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) and Leonard W. Topping (HSC Class of 1930) discussing Topping's sketch of Hampden- Sydney College and corrections to be made. Separate letters discussing similar information was sent to Joseph T. Trotter (Assistant to the President at Hampden-Sydney College). 16. Letter to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) from H. C. Bradshaw discussing a book he was writing. He included a list of contents and the first page of chapter 1, "The Genesis of Hampden-Sydney." Several letters to Bradshaw from Grier and to and from Grier and Robert Bluford, Jr. Most of the letters discuss a "Jack David Letter."

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Academic Year
1930-1931English.
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1. "The Small College Great; Hampden-Sydney's Rating in Who's Who" November, 1930, volume 24, number 6 (two copies). 2. Commencement Week Calendar for Hampden-Sydney College, June 7 - 10, 1931. 3. Hampden-Sydney "Home Coming; Death Valley," Randolph-Macon vs. Hampden-Sydney football roster also includes Fall 1930 football schedule of games. 4. Hamden-Sydney Alumni Day, June 9, 1931 program. 5. Folder containing numerous hymns and songs by Rev. Ernest K. Emurian (HSC Class of 1931); also contains programs from the church where Emurian was a pastor. 6. "Country Doctor, 1947" written by Nathaniel H. Wooding, M.D. (HSC Class of 1931); read at the meeting of the South Piedmont Medical Society in Lynchburg, November 12, 1947. 7. "Abdominal-Thoracic Pain; A diagnostic Challenge" written by Nathanial H. Wooding, MD (HSC Class of 1931) (two copies). 8. "Correspondence…. 'Everything is Getting Black' the Death of a Poet." Written by Nathaniel H. Wooding, M.D. (HSC Class of 1931). 9. Public Utilities Fortnightly, October 25, 1962, volume 70, number 9, pages 601 - 688, pages 614 - 617 "Communications in the Space Age" written by Herbert Trotter, Jr. (HSC Class of 1931). 10. Newspaper clipping from "The World" January 28, 1931. The People's Forum "The Measure of the Colleges;" article discusses how many alumni from various colleges are listed in Who's Who. The article lists statistics for Hampden-Sydney College. 11. Newspaper clipping "Little, But Good;" article talks about the fame given to Hampden-Sydney College by having so many alumni in Who's Who. 12. Letter to Professor Thomas E. Gilmer from Oscar M. Voorhees from the United Chapters of Phi Beta Kappa with regards to the Phi Beta Kappa chapter at Hampden-Sydney College. It discusses the publication of The Key and the request for a copy of the HSC catalog. 13. Three carbon copies of letters written by J. D. Eggleston (HSC President) concerning an editorial in several Virginia newspapers on the number one ranking of Hampden-Sydney College as having a higher percentage of alumni listed in Who's Who. Letters are written to Dr. A. L. Tynes, Dr. Albert Sidney Johnson, and Stewart Bell.

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Academic Year
1931-1932English.
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1. Commencement Week Calendar for Hampden-Sydney College Commencement Exercises, June 5 - 18, 1932 [original, one partial original (missing pages and has section ripped off), and one copy of original full version]. 2. Pink slip of paper containing invitation to exercises in McIlwaine Hall from George L. Walker (Alumni Secretary). 3. "A Bulletin of Information Concerning Members of the Class of 1932 of Hamden-Sydney College" (two copies). Lists members of Hampden- Sydney College Class of 1932 and what they have been doing since graduation, published around September 15, 1936. 4. Football program for Hampden-Sydney College Home Coming, October 24, 1931 (Hampden-Sydney College vs. Roanoke College). 5. Hampden-Sydney College Alumni Day, June 7, 1932 program. 6. Newspaper clipping, Columbia (S.C.) State, March 1959. "Hemphill Named Editor of Calhoun Papers" (Dr. W. Edwin Hemphill, HSC Class of 1932). 7. Hamden-Sydney Tiger, volume 12, number 30, August 22, 1932. Includes many articles to new students, the football team, the increase in enrollment of freshman and other college related news (was in large envelope addressed to Sandie Bell. Paper is very brittle. There is also one copy of front page). 8. Booklet "The South Carolina Archives Building: Its Attainment, Purpose, and Design" written by J. Harold Easterby and W. Edwin Hemphill (HSC Class of 1932).

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Academic Year
1932-1933English.
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1. Alumnae News Sweet Briar College, December 1932, pages 27 - 30, 35, has an article "The Globe Theatre; an Adventure in Marionettes" written by Elizabeth Carrington Eggleston, Sweet Briar College (Class of 1919, daughter of Joseph Dupuy Eggleston, former President of Hampden- Sydney College) (two copies). 2. Folder containing numerous personal letters and postcards (one newspaper clipping) to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) from Ruth and Francis Ghigo (former HSC professor); most in original envelopes, two copies of newspaper clippings from The Charlotte News, August 2, 1983, Charlotte Observer, August 3, 1983, and The Mecklenburg Gazette, August 4, 1983. All articles discuss the death of Francis Ghigo. Letter to William J. Seegers (HSC Director of Alumni Relations) about the latest issues of the Record, original newspaper article about death of Francis Ghigo (newspaper from Davidson N.C. area, September 1983.); note to Ghigo from J. D. Eggleston explaining that he referred to Dr. Ghigo as a Spaniard because he taught Spanish and nothing more; "The Valdese Story: A bit of old Europe in the Carolina hills." written by Francis Ghigo. 3. Typewritten copy of the address given by Dr. W. A. Montgomery at the June 1933, Commencement Exercises at Hampden-Sydney College. 4. "Special Report to the Board of Trustees of Hampden-Sydney College" by the Committee on Faculty and Courses, June 6, 1933 (two copies). 5. Death notice for Dr. Asa Du Puy Watkins, from the Report of the President to the Board of Trustees, March 1933 (HSC Faculty). 6. Letter to Rev. J. G. McAllister from J. D. Eggleston Jr. requesting a donation to erect a memorial to Dr. Asa D. Watkins. 7. Bookmark published for the Library at Hampden-Sydney College containing its hours of operation and an ad for The Richmond News Leader, who was also responsible for producing the bookmark. 8. Rate card for the Hampden-Sydney Tiger newspaper. 9. Reprint of The Record of Hampden Sydney Alumni Association, volume 7, number 4, July 1, 1933. "Is There a Place for Such an Institution as Hampden-Sydney?"; a report given, June 6, 1933 to the Alumni Association of Hampden-Sydney College by a committee commissioned to study the academic courses at Hamden-Sydney. 10. Article from The Southern Presbyterian Journal. "…Always to Pray" written by The Rev. Preston Orr Sartelle, Th. M. (HSC Class of 1933), page 7. 11. Paper "Isolation and Production of Polymyxin" by John N. Porter, George Krupka (HSC Class of 1933), and Robert Broschard. Written in 1945 for Lederle Laboratories Division of the American Cyanamid Company, Pearl River, N.Y. 12. Article "Achromycin: A New Antibiotic Having Trypanocidal Properties" written by J. N. Porter, R. I. Hewitt, C. W. Hesseltine, G. Krupka (HSC Class of 1933), J. A. Lowery, W. S. Wallace, N. Bohonos, and J. H. Williams. Reprinted from Antibiotics and Chemotherapy, volume 2, number 8, August 1952. 13. Seven Photos of a marionette show (photos contain descriptions of each scene on the back). 14. Lederle Chevron "This, Our Life," volume 10, number 1, February 1950. Mention the Krupka family (George Krupka, HSC Class of 1933). 15. Envelope addressed to Mr. H. C. Bradshaw or the Durham Herald Co., may have contained an newspaper clipping, Christian Observer, June 27, 1894. "The Scotch-Irish as an Educational Factor" by Professor John B. Henneman discusses the Princeton influence on education at Hampden- Sidney College. 16. Newspaper article "Hampden-Sydney Boasts Own Globe Theatre and Puppet Show." Show was organized by Elizabeth Eggleston, daughter of HSC President J. D. Eggleston. 17. The Record of the Hampden-Sydney Alumni Association. "The Globe Theatre: A community Project" by Elizabeth C. Eggleston (daughter of HSC President J. D. Eggleston), page 13. 18. Paper "Historical Sketch of Hampden Sydney College" by R. C. Beale.

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Academic Year
1933-1934English.
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1. "Effect of Colchicine Pretreatment on the Frequency of Chromosomal Aberrations Induced by X-Radiation" by Robert T. Brumfield (two copies). 2. "The Relation Between X-Ray Dosage and the Frequency of Chromosomal Aberration" by Karl Sax and Robert T. Brumfield (HSC Class of 1934). 3. "Reflections of John B. Woodworth" (HSC Class of 1934). 4. Hampden-Sydney College reserved book form for "History of Virginia; Essay Contest," volume 1 by R. R. Horvison. 5. Paper "Early Speech Training at Hampden-Sydney College" by R. C. Beale? 6. Booklet for the Hampden-Sydney College Class of 1934, 25th Class reunion. Booklet includes a couple of photographs, Commencement program, and letters from those who could not attend. 7. Note about Edward Baptist (HSC Class of 1813) detailing some of his accomplishments since leaving Hampden-Sydney College. 8. "Hampden-Sydney; What Others Say of Hampden-Sydney College," March 1934, volume 28, number 2.

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Academic Year
1934-1935English.
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1. Program for Alumni Day at Hampden-Sydney College, June 11, 1935. 2. Program of Music Hour during Hampden-Sydney Commencement at College Church, June 10, 1935. 3. Schedule and program for the Hampden-Sydney College Commencement week activities, June 9 - 12, 1935. 4. Handbook of intramural sports of Hampden-Sydney College, 1934 - 1935. 5. Hampden-Sydney College Library reserved book card for "Story of Virginia's first century History II" written by M. N. Stanard? 6. Script for a commercial for National Broadcast by Hal Keys and Orchestra presented at the State Teachers College Auditorium in Farmville, Virginia, June 12, 1935. 7. Two tickets for Hal Keys and Orchestra at the State Teachers College Auditorium in Farmville, Virginia, June 12, 1935. One ticket to the final dances of the German Club, June 12, 1935. 8. Copy of a letter to Hampden-Sydney College President J. D. Eggleston from Harry Clemons evaluating the library and its collection and making recommendations for changes (letter and envelope labeled David C. Wilson). 9. Article from Biblical Missions, October 1951. "Know your Missionary Children," pages 29 - 31. Photograph on front contains three children of Rev. Francis Al Schaeffer (HSC Class of 1935). 10. Two letters to Banna Price and Joseph T. Trotter (HSC Class of 1935) from Paul Grier (HSC Librarian). Letters contain Hampden-Sydney College society news. 11. Letter to W. Herman Bell (HSC Director of Dramatics) from Samuel French thanking him for his payment of the performance "So This Is London." Attached is a copy of the play program for "So This Is London" presented by the Hampden-Sydney Jongleurs.

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Academic Year
1935-1936English.
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1. Hampden-Sydney College Commencement week schedule, June 7 - 10, 1936 (two copies). 2. Handout for Hampden-Sydney College rules regarding absences and examinations; issued about 1935 (two copies). 3. Program for Alumni Day at Hampden-Sydney College, June 9, 1936. 4. Article "Needs of the Teacher" by Ray Montgomery (HSC Class of 1936). 5. Phi Delta Kappan, volume 34, number 4, January 1953, pages 114 - 118. "John Dewey and the Double-Edged Danger" by Ray Montgomery (HSC Class of 1936). 6. Phi Delta Kappan, volume 34, number 6, March 1953, pages 215 - 218. "John Dewey and Continuity of Growth" by Ray Montgomery (HSC Class of 1936). 7. Newspaper article "H-SC Alumnus Has Knack With Cards; He Throws 'Em Over 4-Story Building;" article about Benjamin Franklin, IV. 8. Essays in American History, volume 1, 1964, pages 1 - 31 "Commodore James Barron, United States Navy (1769 - 1851), Scapegoat of the Chesapeake-Leopard Affair" by Alvin A. Fahrner (HSC Class 1936). 9. Essays in American History, volume 2, 1965, pages 36 - 53. "William 'Extra Billy' Smith, Democratic Governor of Virginia, 1846 - 1849" by Alvin A. Fahrner (HSC Class of 1936). 10. Personal letter to Robert J. Hubbard from his son Robert J. Hubbard, Jr. (HSC Class of 1935) (includes addressed and postmarked envelope). 11. "The Neglected Art of Thinking" by Hugh R. Monro; an address delivered at Hampden-Sydney College Commencement, June 1936. 12. Waterbury Sunday Republican, February 22, 1970, page 6. "Author of 'Sounder' sent off Manuscript, Then Forgot It." Article about William H. Armstrong (HSC Class of 1936). 13. Paper "The Glorious Ingredient: Feeling" by William H. Armstrong (HSC Class of 1936). 14. Washington Post, May 6, 1973, "After 50 Years, 'Sounder' Was a Book." Article about William H. Armstrong (HSC Class of 1936). 15. Announcement by Harper and Brothers Publishers about the publication of Through Troubled Waters by William H. Armstrong (HSC Class of 1936). 16. Announcement of Harper and Brothers Publishers about the publication of Study is Hard Work by William H. Armstrong (HSC Class of 1936). 17. The Independent School Bulletin, November 1961, pages 6 - 9 "Something Lasting" by William H. Armstrong (HSC Class of 1936). 18. Letter to Joe from Bill Armstrong (William H. Armstrong, HSC Class of 1936); he discusses copies of the Record sent to him and a manuscript that was requested. 19. Letters discussing and copies of an article "Outside Track" by A. Letcher Jones (HSC Class of 1936). Also, photocopies of newspaper articles that mention A. Letcher Jones including: "Soho Project Moonbeam," "A Watchtower for the Space Age," "New Satellite is Launched by Russians," "Aerospace '63 Award Won by PD." 20. List of art exhibits on display at the Globe Theatre (about 1935 or 1936.).

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Academic Year
1936-1937English.
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1. Hampden-Sydney College football schedule card, 1937. 2. Hampden-Sydney College Library bookmark. 3. Flyer for Hampden-Sydney College Summer School session at Bluefield College, Bluefield, Virginia, June 14 - August 13, 1937. 4. The Record; Of Hampden-Sydney Alumni Association, volume 7, number 4, July 1, 1933; "Is There A Place for Such An Institution As Hampden- Sydney?" 5. Hampden-Sydney College bookplates (two copies). 6. Invitation to the Hampden-Sydney College Morton Hall dedication, June 8, 1937 (includes envelope and four copies). 7. Invitation to Epsilon of Chi Phi Seventieth Anniversary celebration, May 7 – 8, 1937 at Hampden-Sydney College (envelope addressed to Francis Ghigo). 8. Invitation from Upsilon Chapter Kappa Sigma, April 23 - 24 at Hampden- Sydney College (envelope addressed to Francis Ghigo). 9. Envelope containing lists of faculty members and their ages for year 1936. 10. Letter to Dr. John Sturdivant Read from Dr. Frank S. Johns with regards to a doctor currently participating in an internship at Stuart Circle Hospital. 11. Richmond Times-Dispatch, November 14, 1936. Photo "Alumni of Hampden-Sydney Hold Annual Meeting Here" include; Dr. Freeman H. Hart, Dickie Dudley, Dr. J. Gray McAllister, George L. Walker, H. C. Brenaman, and William R. Gardner. Also includes short article. 12. Letter to Dean Macon Reed (Hampden-Sydney College) from Dean C. R. Brown (Roanoke College). Includes a letter of response from Macon Reed to C. R. Brown. Letters discuss scholarship requirements for freshman. 13. Letter to Dean Walker (Hampden-Sydney College) from Dean H. M. Henry (Emory and Henry College). Includes a letter of response from Dean Walker to Dean H. M. Henry. Letters discuss the honor systems at each school. 14. "The Hampden-Sydney Jongleurs present A Well Remembered Voice by Sir J. M. Barrie under the direction of Miss Elizabeth Eggleston." Program for a presentation on March 22, 1937.

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Academic Year
1937-1938English.
Scope and Contents

1. Hampden-Sydney College Summer Session handbook. 2. Photograph of faculty and Students at Hampden-Sydney College, March 30, 1938. 3. "Mary of Scotland" play program presented at Hampden-Sydney College November 19, 1937. 4. "Our Living Dead" written by Rev. Flournoy Shepperson, D.D. (HSC Class of 1938). 5. The Medical College of Virginia 1838 - 1938 Centennial Programme held June 7, 1938. 6. Invitation and letters to and from R. Francis Ghigo. 7. Letters written to and from Dean George L. Walker of Hampden-Sydney College. 8. Richmond Times Dispatch article "'Magic' of Degree Challenged" by Jerry Lazarus (HSC Class of 1938?). 9. Copies of thirteen articles written or co-written by R. E. Fox in 1946-1957 (HSC Class of 1938). 10. Letters to and from Paul L Grier (HSC Librarian). 11. Letter and sermon by Rev. Carlyle McDonald (HSC Class of 1939). 12. Bulletin from the 42nd National Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 13. The Constitution of the Union Philanthropic Literary Society (two copies: second copy dated October 1937, revised by E.H. Gartrell, Jr., Flournoy Shepperson, Jr. (HSC Class of 1938), and J.E. Husted).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 119 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1937-1938English.
Scope and Contents

1. "Coach & Athlete" volume 33, number 7, February 1971. 2. "An Aspect of Wedge Impact"; "A Study of Atmospheric Refraction in Relation to the Missile-Tracking Problem."; "A Mathematical Model of the Lethality of Fragmenting Warheads Against Airborne Targets"; "Preliminary Functionalization of selected data from range tables for the 5-in., 54 cal. Gun.; "Behavior of a Proposed Oceanographic Research Vessel in Waves."by: F. V. Reed (HSC Class of 1938). 3. "Electron Attachment in Sulfur Hexafluoride Using Monoenergetic Electrons" written by W.M. Hickam and R.E. Fox (HSC Class of 1938). 4. Football program, Virginia vs. Hampden-Sydney, September 25, 1937. 5. Football program, Richmond vs. Hampden-Sydney, November 13, 1937. 6. Masters Thesis (1941) "Voluntary Dismissal Compensation in Selected Philadelphia Companies" and article "Dismissal compensation in 29 Philadelphia Companies" published in the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce "Philadelphia" in May 1941. Both written by Frederick Warren Beck, Jr. (HSC Class of 1938) accompanied by a letter from Fred Beck, Jr. to Dr. D. C. Wilson (Dean Hampden-Sydney College) with regards to both materials.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 120 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1938-1939English.
Scope and Contents

1. Hampden-Sydney College Commencement Bulletin, June 4 - 6, 1939.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 121 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1939-1940English.
Scope and Contents

1. Hampden-Sydney College Commencement Bulletin, June 2 - 4, 1940 (two copies). 2. "Three Messages from Second Presbyterian Church" written by Robert C. Vaughan, Jr. D.D. (HSC Class of 1940). 3. Farmville telephone book, 1940. 4. "The Circle" playbook by W. Somerset Maugham, March 1, 1940. 5. Hampden-Sydney Glee Club programs: December 5, 1939, February 28, 1940, February 29, 1940, and March 1, 1940. 6. "Hampden-Sydney and Tomorrow" by Edgar G. Gammon, January 1940. 7. Newspaper article "Alumni Here Elect New Officers" about Dr. Hugh Wood, April 10, 1940. 8. Program of exercises at the Unveiling of the Monument Erected to the Memory of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Woodson) Venable, August 20, 1939. 9. "Notes on Medical History of the Panama Canal" article by Robert Edgar Mitchell, Jr., M.D. (HSC Class of 1940), pages 87 - 91. 10. "Hampden-Sydney College: Its Contribution to State and Nation" (1940?). 11. Radio Script for presentation by members of the Hampden-Sydney Literary Society over Station WRVA, Richmond, VA, 9:15 to 9:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 8, 1940. 12. Letters to and from Paul L. Grier about his offer and acceptance of the position as librarian at Hampden-Sydney College (1940). 13. Information about the first Hampden-Sydney Alumni fund (1940). 14. Information from the Alumni office requesting money to clean up the grounds and an invitation to Alumni Day. 15. Letter to Donald L. Cork from George L. Walker of the HSC Alumni Association.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 122 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1940-1941English.
Scope and Contents

1. Envelope addressed to Paul L. Grier containing re-election brochures and information for Senator William B. Spong, Jr. (HSC Class of 1941). 2. Letter from William B. Spong, Jr. (HSC Class of 1941) to Mrs. Paul L. Grier. 3. Hampden-Sydney Directory 1940 - 1941 (two copies). 4 Hampden-Sydney College Handbook of Intramural Sports, 1940 - 1941 (two copies). 5. "Ruminations of Reason and Law: A Spong Song" written by John P. Frank about Senator William B. Spong, Jr. (HSC Class of 1941). 6. "Hampden-Sydney's Great Loss" brochure to HSC alumni discussing the building of a new library after the May 9, 1941 fire that destroyed the library and requesting donations. 7. The Spong Report, numbers 16 - 19, 21, 23, 1971 and 1972. Reports to Virginia from Senator William B. Spong, Jr. (HSC Class of 1941). 8. Alumni Day program, May 31, 1941. 9. "Symposium: Organizing the Government to conduct Foreign Policy: The Constitutional Questions." Introduction by "William B. Spong, Jr. (HSC Class of 1941). 10. Library Journal, volume 70, number 2, January 15, 1945. Article "New Buildings and Equipment" page 80. Article about new library being built at Hampden-Sydney College after old library destroyed in a fire. 11. Paper "Southern Sentiment of 1860" written by Ned Crawley (HSC Class of 1941). 12. "Weed Look at H-SC Athletics, Then and Now" The Tiger, October 16, 1970. Article about Sydney Robert Weed, 1916 - 1971 (HSC Class of 1941), also has separated obituary. 13. Announcement of the appointment of P. T. Atkinson, Jr. as a representative of the Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company in an envelope addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (HSC Librarian).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 123 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1941-1942English.
Scope and Contents

1. Bulletin of Hampden-Sydney College, volume 64, number 1, Winter, 1970. 2. Article "Conquest by Diplomacy" written by Keith Eubank (HSC Class of 1942). 3. Article "Great Britain" written by Keith Eubank (HSC Class of 1942). 4. Article "The Fashoda Crisis Re-examined" written by Keith Eubank (HSC Class of 1942). 5. Hampden-Sydney College Handbook of Intramural Sports, 1941 - 1942. 6. Hampden-Sydney Directory, 1941 - 1942 (two copies). 7. Article "Law Money no Solution, College Told" mentions Marshall Doswell (HSC Class of 1942). 8. Postcard addressed to Dr. Joseph D. Eggleston from the HSC Alumni Office advertising upcoming campus activities (1942). 9. Article "The Separate Determination of the Fatty Acid Fraction and of the Neutral Fat Plus Sterol Fraction in Faeces" written by J. C. Forbes and T. T. Atkinson, Jr. (HSC Class of 1942) while at the Medical College of Virginia. 10. Bulletin of Hampden-Sydney College, volume 34, number 4, March 1942 (addressed to Dr. Joseph D. Eggleston). 11. The 1941 Hampden-Sydney Alumni fund bulletin. 11. Article "Pathological Anatomy in Talipes Equinovarus" written by "Darius Flinchum, M.D. (HSC Class of 1942). 12. Article "Gout in Young People" written by "Darius Flinchum, M.D. (HSC Class of 1942) and John A. Powers, M.D. 13. Brochure "Hampden-Sydney Leads Virginia Colleges in Percentages of Alumni in Graduate Studies" published November 1941 (five copies). 14. Paper discussing the issues facing Hampden-Sydney College and some proposals to alleviate problems.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 124 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1942-1943English.
Scope and Contents

1. Hampden-Sydney Directory, 1942 - 1943 (two copies). 2. Hampden-Sydney College Annual Senior Banquet Program for the class of 1943, held November 24, 1942. 3. Booklet "Hampden-Sydney College: Founded in 1776," published by Omicron Delta Kappa Society in 1943 (four copies). 4. Article "Symposium on Vagotomy for Peptic Ulcer: II. Early Surgical Results in Forty-Three Cases" written by Thomas N. P. Thompson (HSC Class of 1943) and William E. Grose. 5. Six personal letters to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) from Bill Webb (HSC Class of 1943); one includes a section of The record-Advertiser- The South Boston News, September 17 - 22, 1970. Several articles discuss the "Constitution Oak." 6. Two postcards to Dr. Joseph D. Eggleston; one an invitation to Hampden- Sydney College Homecoming, October 24, 1942 and the other for Library Tea at Hampden-Sydney College Library, November 19, 1942. 7. Forms certifying that a student attended Hampden-Sydney College for a certain semester(s) preceeding the date given as a member of The United States Naval Reserve, Class V-12 (six copies, all are unsigned, and spaces for names and dates are blank). 8. Two personal letters addressed to Hampden-Sydney College Professor J. W. Whitted (1942?). 9. Article "Country Editor: Mirror of His Town" written about Barrye Wall, editor of the Farmville Herald, pages 22 - 27.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 125 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1943-1944English.
Scope and Contents

1. Minutes of the Library Committee, March 27, 1944. 2. The Hampden-Sydney Handbook, 1944. 3. Article "Publicista Rural: Factor importante en el Esfuerzo Belico" from En Guardia: Para la defense de las Americas, volume 2, number 10, pages 28-31. Article about Joseph Barrye Wall, Editor of the Farmville Herald. 4. Sections of FORE N'AFT, Hampden-Sydney(?) About college issues and sports at Hampden-Sydney College. Includes a list of random questions about the college answered by D.C. Wilson, November 11, 1943. 5. Two order slips for books requested for purchase for the Hampden-Sydney College Library. 6. Letter from J. A. Owen (HSC Class of 1944) to Sgt. John B. Ames (HSC Class of 1943?) HSC Alumni office mistakenly sent request for donation to Owen's instead of Ames; he explained the issue and encouraged him to give money. Two other letters are in the envelope between Paul Grier and Atcheson L. Hench about the transfer of the Owen letter to Hampden- Sydney College Library.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 126 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1944-1945English.
Scope and Contents

1. Flyer for the Hampden-Sydney College Library Book Week Tea, November 16, 1944 (two copies). 2. The Hampden-Sydney Handbook, 1944. 3. Booklet emphasizing the value of Hampden-Sydney College and asking for contributions (two copies). 4. Letter from the Hampden-Sydney College church requesting monetary gifts to help make up for the loss of large amounts of students pulled from the college by the Selective Services because of the war, dated February 15, 1945. 5. Two different brochures advertising Hampden-Sydney College (possibly from 1945). 6. Brochure "Our Country…and…Our College." Details the involvement of Hampden-Sydney College students during the wars beginning in 1776 and asking for monetary gifts to help the college (three copies). 7. Article "General McClellan Freed the College Boys" written by C. Hobson Goddin (HSC Class of 1941) from The West Virginia Hillbilly volume 2, number 41, September 16, 1961 page 12. Article mentions Hampden- Sydney College students and their involvement in the Army during the American Civil War. 8. Envelope addressed to Dr. Graves H. Thompson (Professor at HSC College) from Melvin Tennis, Jr. (HSC Class of 1945). Envelope contains various materials authored by or with contributions by Melvin H. Tennis, Jr. Materials include: six copies of the Florida Educational Research Association Newsletter (December 1964, October 1965, March 1966, June 1966, October 1966, January 1967). Articles: "Characteristics of 'Effective' Teachers as Identified by Research", "Mathematics Achievement in Ability Groups and Typical Groups," "The Congressional Hearings on Testing," "A Comparison of an Audio-visual Test with a Written Test," "The NOVA Pre-Employment Planning Conference" (Co- authored with A. B. Wolfe and W. G. Smith), "ABC's of RDE"; copy of United States Naval Institute Proceedings, volume 84, number 3, March 1958 (includes article by Melvin H. Tennis, Jr. "LCT's in a Typhoon" pages 48 – 51).

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Academic Year
1945-1946English.
Scope and Contents

1. The Woman's Club of Farmville Virginia Year Book, 1945 - 1946. 2. Two articles from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, November 26, 1945: "Building in Which Founders of H.-S. Met Is Being Restored" contains a photo with Drs. E. G. Gammon and Joseph D. Eggleston, page also contains article "Hampden-Sydney Fund Drive Starts Tonight." 3. Copy of the Constitution of the Union Philanthropic Literary society. Reprint of the October 1937 Revision (December 1945) (two copies). 4. Postcard invitation to the Christmas Dance at Hampden-Sydney, December 15, 1945 addressed to Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Beale. 5. "2-2-5" Flyer requesting money for Hampden-Sydney College, for every $225 donated the General Education Board will add an additional $100, the goal is to raise $1,000,000. 6. Article "Virginia College That Fights to Preserve Academic Freedoms: Hampden-Sydney Is Averse to Mere Physical Expansion" written by Robert C. Harper, featured in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, November 25, 1945, page D-7. 7. The Blackbottom, volume 3, number 8, August 10, 1946. Contains local information such as who is buying a house, who got married and who is visiting whom.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 128 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1946-1947English.
Scope and Contents

1. Directory of Students at Hampden-Sydney College (1946 – 1947). 2. Newspaper article "Latin-American Art Show, HS Library" from the Farmville Herald, October 25, 1946. 3. Brochure "The Honor Roll: Hampden-Sydney Alumni Fund," 1946. 4. "Constitution of the Student Body of Hampden-Sydney College" (1946 – 1947). 5. Hampden-Sydney College Commencement Exercises program, June 1 - 3, 1947 (two copies). 6. Hampden-Sydney College memorial service program in memory of former students who died during World War II. Service held October 19, 1946 (two copies). 7. "The Rise of Tenancy in Virginia" written by Willard F. Bliss (Professor of History at HSC), featured in The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, volume 58, number 4, October 1950, pages 427 - 441. 8. 1947 Preliminary Report of the annual Hampden-Sydney Alumni fund (includes an envelope and reply card for donations). 9. Flyer advertising Hampden-Sydney College. 10. Letter to Mr. Tiller from HSC President Edgar G. Gammon identifying the members of the Faculty Committee on Athletics. 11. Letter to HSC President Edgar G. Gammon from HSC Athletic Director Frank L. Summers regarding the breakdown of funds spent for each athletic program at the college. 12. Letter to HSC Athletic Director Frank L. Summers from W. L. Willis, Jr., General Manager of WSVS, who discusses broadcasting the Hampden- Sydney home games (football?).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 129 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1947-1948English.
Scope and Contents

1. Silver Anniversary (1923 – 1948) program for the Farmville Lions Club dinner, held July 16, 1948. 2. Flyer advertising Hampden-Sydney College published in 1948(?). 3. Program for the forty-third annual meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary West Hanover Presbytery, April 22 - 23, 1948 at the College Church of Hampden-Sidney, Virginia. 3. Program for the first week of classes and 1947 football schedule for Hampden-Sydney College. 4. Photograph of Dr. Gammon, Dean Christian Gauss(?), Col. Fitzroy, and Dr. Wilson, October 25, 1948. 5. Hampden-Sydney College Commencement exercises program, May 30 - June 1, 1948 (three copies). 6. Hampden-Sydney baseball, track, tennis, and golf varsity schedules for 1948. 7. "On the Dedication of the Hampden-Sydney Nature Trail" (with first draft, second draft and notes…) written by Shelton H. Short, III (HSC Class of 1948), October 2, 1981. 8. College Church of Hampden-Sydney, VA church bulletin for Palm Sunday, March 21, 1948. 9. "Hampden-Sydney: A Revolutionary College" by Graves H. Thompson. 10. Play program for "The Rivals" (March 5 and 6, 1948) written by Richard Brinsley Sheridan, presented by S. T. C. Dramatic Club and H.S.C. Jongleurs. 11. Envelope addressed to Eggleston Library, Hampden-Sydney College. Contains wedding invitation and business card for Dr. Shelton Hardaway Short, III (HSC Class of 1948). 12. Play program for "The Barretts of Wimpole Street" by Rudolf Besier presented at the State Theatre of Virginia by the Barter Players in Abingdon, Virginia, 1948. 13. Envelope addressed to Paul L. Grier (Librarian at HSC) from the Hampden- Sydney College Alumni Office; consisting of a letter asking for donations and a brochure "The Honor Roll" from the Hampden-Sydney Alumni fund 1947. 14. Envelope addressed to Paul L. Grier (Librarian at HSC) from the Hampden- Sydney College Alumni Office; consisting of the 1948 Preliminary Report of the Hampden-Sydney College Alumni fund. 15. Postcard to Paul L. Grier (Librarian at HSC) from Shelton who was visiting Iceland, September 30, 1983 (?Shelton H. Short, III, HSC Class of 1948). 16. Envelope addressed to Paul L. Grier (Librarian at HSC) containing an invitation to the unveiling of the portrait of William Osborne Goode at the State Capital of Virginia in Richmond, October 7, 1983 by Dr. Shelton H. Short, III (HSC Class of 1948). 17. Newspaper clipping from the Richmond Times-Dispatch from October 8, 1983. Photograph of the unveiled portrait of William Osborne Goode that was donated by Dr. Shelton H. Short III (HSC Class of 1948). 18. Program from the unveiling of the William Osborne Goode portrait at the State Capitol of Virginia in Richmond October 7, 1983. 19. Page containing fees for Hampden-Sydney College with spaces to fill in students' personal information and payments made. 20. Exam schedule for 2nd semester (1947 – 1948) school year and a note to the faculty about exam schedule. 21. Honor Roll for first and second semester for 1948 - 1949 school year. 22. Note from HSC President Edgar G. Gammon announcing an upcoming speech by Dr. Ralph Barton Perry of Harvard University. 23. Recommendation by the student government of Hampden-Sydney College requiring students to pledge their work. 24. Change of class schedules for April 22 and 25 at Hampden-Sydney College (?1948). 25. Program for Music Hour at the College Church at Hampden-Sydney College on May 31, 1948(?) (two copies). 26. Hampden-Sydney College Alumni fund donation reply card. 27. Two envelopes stamped from The Student Government, Hampden-Sydney College, Hampden-Sydney, Virginia. 28. Wedding announcement for Nelzena Sullivan to Thomas Edward Gilmer, Jr. April 20, 1951. 29. Letter to Paul L. Grier (Librarian at HSC) from David C. Wilson (Dean at HSC) asking him to come by to retrieve items for donation to the library. 30. Letters to Francis Ghigo about an upcoming visit by Robert Porterfield and another from Francis Ghigo about a committee that evaluates students who are not doing well in classes. 31. Letter to members of the Intercollegiate Conference discussing reports needed for an upcoming meeting. 32. Letter to Mrs. David C. Wilson from J. D. Eggleston with regards to a tree in her yard that was removed by the college and relocated to the campus. He includes information about the tree and a note about what was done with it after the letter was written. 33. Letter to Mrs. Gammon from J. D. Eggleston discussing nails that he was sending her from the (?) Venable Office that should be preserved.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 130 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1948-1949English.
Scope and Contents

1. "R.S.Reynolds receives honorary degree from Hampden-Sydney College," page 4, Reynolds Review, June 1949 (five copies). 2. Hampden-Sydney Varsity Basketball home schedule, 1948-1949. 3. Hampden-Sydney vs. Randolph-Macon Football Homecoming program, November 13, 1948. 4. Newspaper clipping "Mrs. G.L Walker Dies at Worsham; Rites Thursday," 1948 (Wife of George L. Walker, Alumni Director and Faculty member at Hampden-Sydney College.) 5. "On Plato's Apology" by George A. Matzner (HSC Class of 1949). 6. Program "Hampden-Sydney College Religious Emphasis Series," November 16, 17, and 18, 1948. 7. Hampden-Sydney Varsity Baseball home schedules, 1949. 8. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum: Biological Sciences, volume 4, number 5, 1959, written by Horton H. Hobbs and C. W. Hart, Jr. (HSC Class of 1949) and volume 4, number 6, 1959 written by C. W. Hart, Jr. (HSC Class of 1949). 9. Fourteen articles written or co-written by C. W. Hart, Jr. (HSC Class of 1949) from a variety of journal sources. 10. Season complimentary pass to Hampden-Sydney College home games for the 1948 - 1949 school year issued to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (football games?). 11. Program for the Spring Festival of Music of the Hampden-Sydney Glee Club, May 13, 1949 (three copies). 12. Hampden-Sydney College Commencement program, June 5 - 7, 1949 (three copies) 13. 1949 Preliminary Report of the Alumni fund. 14. Letters to and from Paul Grier (Librarian at HSC) with library related questions or about life insurance. 15. "Plato's Apology and its meaning for today" written by John M. (Dwine?), Jr. (HSC Class of 1949). 16. The Light of God: The Newspaper of the Pioneer class of the Hampden- Sydney Bible School, June 13 - 17, 20 - 23, 1949. 17. "Sea Tides" written by William Hoffman (HSC Class of 1949), pages 86 - 87, 150 - 154, McCall's, September 1966. 18. Play program for "The Admirable Crichton" (November 19, 1948) written by Sir James Matthew Barrie, presented by S.T. C. Dramatic Club and HSC Jongleurs. 19. Alumni Association request for contributions. 20. Announcement to the Hampden-Sydney College faculty about the 10th Annual Harvard University Lecture, April 20, 1949 from David C. Wilson (HSC Dean). Also, announcements for Homecoming Day, November 13, 1948; dates for Christmas Vacation for 1948; visit by Dr. Frank D. Fackenthal, February 6, 1949; exam schedule for December 1948; Convocation, February 27, 1949; exam schedule for second semester, 1948 - 1949; faculty meeting September 8, 1948; and a note from P.T. Atkinson regarding the Hampden-Sydney retirement plan. 21. Letter announcing winners of the Fourth Annual Essay contest of Eta Sigma Phi; topic was "Plato's Apology and its meaning for today." 22. Findings of the Committee for the investigation of scholastic work (1949) (two copies). 23. Brochure "Hampden-Sydney; A Revolutionary College" by Graves H. Thompson.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 131 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1948-1949English.
Scope and Contents

1. Eight articles or journals containing articles written or co-written by C. W. Hart, Jr. (HSC Class of 1949). 2. "Spectropscopic Investigations of Flourescence and Chemiluminescence in Gases" written by Tucker Carrington (HSC Class of 1949) from Aerospace Research Laboratories, March 1964. 3. "Nonequilibrium Chemical Excitation and Chemical Pumping of Lasers" written by Kurt E. Shuler, Tucker Carrington (HSC Class of 1949), and John C. Light.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 132 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1948-1949English.
Scope and Contents

1. "The Entocytherid Ostracods of Austrailia" written by C. W. Hart, Jr. (HSC Class of 1949) and Dabney G. Hart. 2. "New Names Intruduced by H.A. Pilsbry in the Mollusca and Crustacea" by William J. Clench and Ruth D. Turner, Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1962 (editor: C. Willard Hart, Jr., HSC Class of 1949). 3. "'Pseudo-science' and The Readers Guide" written by C. W. Hart, Jr. (HSC Class of 1949), pages 47 - 50, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, March 1957.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 133 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1949-1950English.
Scope and Contents

1. "A computer-Aided One Semester Course in Underwater Acoustics" by Samuel A. Elder (HSC Class of 1950). 2. "Impedance at The Mouth of an Organ Pipe" by Samuel A. Elder (HSC Class of 1950) and W. E. Fasnacht. 3. Official program for the Hampden-Sydney vs. Eastern Carolina Teachers football game, October 1, 1949. 4. Official program for the Hampden-Sydney vs. Newport News Apprentice School football game, October 15, 1949. 5. Hampden-Sydney College athletic home schedules for: basketball (one copy), football (two copies), and baseball (four copies); 1949 - 1950 school year. 6. Hampden-Sydney College Commencement program, May 28 - 29, 1950 (three copies). 7. Program for the Pre-Easter Holy Week Union Services at the Farmville United Methodist church, held April 3 - 7, 1950. 8. "The Honor Roll" of the Hampden-Sydney Alumni fund, June 1 and 1949 - May 31, 1950. 9. Announcements to the faculty from HSC College Dean David C. Wilson concerning upcoming activities and students who will not longer be enrolled at the college, exam schedule, academic calendar, and honor roll for second semester. 10. "Plato's Apology" by Victor N. Wyrick, Jr. (HSC Class of 1950). 11. "On Plato's Apology and its Meaning for Today…" by Charles B. Chandler (HSC Class of 1950). 12. Hampden-Sydney College-Schedule of recitations and laboratories, 1949 - 1950 (second copy attached to findings of the Committee for the Investigation of Scholastic Work). 13. Ad for Hampden-Sydney College was placed in a magazine. 14. Invitation to the final dances held by the German Club April 28 and 29, 1950. 15. Two letters from HSC President Edgar G. Gammon to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian); one advises him of a property inspections and the other an invitation to hear Dr. John H. Finley speak at the College Church. 16. Note to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) from Jean W. Massey asking him to add a student to his list of February Freshman Stoneham. 17. Four week tree list from February 1 - February 18, 1950. 18. The twelve week tree list from September 9 - December 10, 1949? 19. Announcement for a medical plan available to parents for their children through Hampden-Sydney College sent out by P. Tulane Atkinson (HSC Treasurer) (two copies). 20. Richmond Times-Dispatch, January 10, 1950 obituary for G. L. Walker (former Dean of HSC) and a second obituary from an unknown newspaper. 21. "The Church-Related College and Tomorrow" by Rev. Edgar G. Gammon (HSC President) from the Christian Observer, June 21, 1950, page 5. 22. List of classes and prerequisites (1949 - 1950?). 23. Program for the unveiling of a painting, "Three Ships: Sarah constant, Goodspeed, Discovery" by artist Griffith Baily Coale at the Virginia State Capital, October 28, 1949 (Virginia First Settlers Commission includes Dr. Joseph Dupuy Eggleston as its Chairman). 24. List of students entering for February 1, 1950, includes addresses. 25. List of grade calculations for satisfactory completion of classes. 26. Part of an article from Good Housekeeping? "Is the Small College Your Answer?", 1949, pages 42 - 43, 191 - 196. 27. Envelope addressed to the Hampden-Sydney College Library containing the 1950 preliminary report from the Hampden-Sydney College Alumni fund, Alumni fund reply card for donations and return envelope. Second envelope with same contents addressed to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian). Third envelope addressed to library contains letter from HSC President Edgar Gammon requesting donations for the Alumni fund, The Honor Roll of Donors pamphlet, June 1, 1949 - May 31, 1950, and an Alumni fund reply card for donations and return envelope.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 134 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1949-1950English.
Scope and Contents

1. Hampden-Sydney College Season complimentary pass for home games (1949 - 1950) issued to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (HSC Librarian). 2. Hampden-Sydney College Commencement program for May 28 - 29, 1950. 3. Two postcards of the Court House at St. Marys, West Virginia, one postcard of St. Marys Presbyterian Church, West Virginia, and photos taken by R. Daniel Simmons (HSC Class of 1950). 4. Manokin Presbyterian Church bulletin from November 26, 1967; Pastor: R. Daniel Simmons (HSC Class of 1950). 5. Music Score, "Oh, America" words by R. Daniel Simmons (HSC Class of 1950). 6. Articles: "Designing Phototransistor Pyrometers: With and Without Feedback" "Design of Two Phototransistor Pyrometers" "A Servo-Attenuated Ratio Pyrometer" "A Completely Transistorized Recording Pyrometer" "Cavitation Microstreaming" "A Physicist Asks Where is God?" Collegiate Challenge Magazine, volume 2, number 2, 1963, pages 14 - 15. All by Samuel A. Elder (HSC Class of 1950). 7. Postcard addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Grier announcing the upcoming open house of the Alumni Association of Hampden-Sydney College to be held May 26, 1950. 8. Letter to Mr. Venable from Jimmy Trinkle and Francis Ghigo (HSC professor) requesting that Hampden-Sydney College build tennis courts on its campus (letter never sent). 9. Hampden-Sydney College Student Directory (1949-1950). 10. Christmas letter from C. H. Prichard, Jr. (HSC Class of 1950). 11. Booklet of photographs of buildings in Princess Anne, Maryland. Photographs and captions by R. Daniel Simmons, HSC Class of 1950 (three copies). 12. Program for the luncheon meeting of American Association of Teachers of French and American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese at the Stonewall Jackson Hotel, Staunton, Virginia, April 22, 1950. Attended by Dr. Francis Ghigo (HSC Professor) who introduced one of the speakers. 13. "Scientists Use Organ Pipe to Study Jets" The Evening Capital, December 9, 1967, page 6. Article mentions Samuel A. Elder (HSC Class of 1950). 14. "Fidelity Announces 3 Major Promotions" The Chase City (Va.) Progress, May 18, 1972. Article mentions Lewis B. Goode, Jr. (HSC Class of 1950). 15. Postcard announcing meeting of Chi Beta Phi fraternity addressed to John Belton Clements. 16. Letters between Harry Clemons and Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) discussing the death of Dr. Eggleston and a meeting of the Virginia Library Association. 17. "Should State Run Sullins?" Richmond-Times Dispatch, May 18, 1975. Article mentions President of Sullins College, Dr. Claudius Pritchard and includes picture (HSC Class of 1950). 18. "Presbyterian Minister Called To St. Marys, WV" Marylander and Herald, November 23, 1967. Presbyterian Minister is Rev. R. Daniel Simmons (HSC Class of 1950).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 135 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1950-1951English.
Scope and Contents

1. Hampden-Sydney College, 1950 Varsity football schedule (four copies). 2. Hampden-Sydney College vs Guilford official game program from September 23, 1950. 3. Hampden-Sydney College vs Johns Hopkins University official game program from October 14, 1950. 4. Hampden-Sydney College, 1950 - 1951 Varsity and JV basketball schedules. 5. Hampden-Sydney College, 1950 - 1951 basketball preview which includes schedule and information on players. 6. Telephone Directory for Farmville, Buckingham, Dillwyn and Hampden- Sydney, Virginia, September, 1950. 7. Hampden-Sydney College Spring Sports, 1951; includes schedule and information on players on the baseball, tennis, and track teams. 8. Season pass to Hampden-Sydney College home games. For the 1950 - 1951 season issued to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (HSC Librarian). 9. Bulletin for Music Hour by the Hampden-Sydney College Choir at the College Church, June 10, 1951 (three copies). 10. Program for The Madwoman of Chaillot, a play by Jean Giraudoux, presented by the Longwood College Dramatic Club and the Hampden- Sydney Jongleurs, November 16 - 18, 1950. 11. Bulletin form the College Church, Hampden-Sydney, Virginia, September 10, 1950. 12. Hampden-Sydney College Commencement exercise program, June 10 - 11, 1951 (two copies). 13. Postcard addressed to Mr. Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) inviting him to the mid-summer meeting of the Charlotte County branch of the A. P. V. A. 14. Formal invitation and program from the Board of Trustees and the faculty of Hampden-Sydney College for the celebration of the 175th Anniversary of the College and the dedication of Johns Auditorium (five copies). 15. Program for Religious Emphasis Week at Hampden-Sydney College, April 10 - 12, 1951. 16. Our Nordic Race, by Richard Kelly Hoskins (HSC Class of 1951), 7th edition, rev. Los Angeles, Noontide Press, 1975 (gift of Richard Kelly Hoskins). 17. Freshman schedule and guide for registration at Hampden-Sydney College to begin September 11, 1950. 18. Brochure and gift request forms for donations for the "Raise the Roof" project. Southside Community Hospital in Farmville, Virginia was raising money to build a third floor for a maternity ward. 19. Program for the Graduation exercises at Worsham High School, June 1, 1951 (two copies). 20. Program for the Longwood College Choir and the Hampden-Sydney College Glee Club "A Concert of Christmas Music," December 11, 1950. 21. Examination schedules for first and second semester, 1950 - 1951 academic year. 22. 1950 - 1951 Student Directory; includes a list of students who have left the College between September 23, 1950 and February 5, 1951. 23. Numerous memos issued to the Faculty from HSC Dean, David C. Wilson, throughout the 1950 - 1951 academic school year. 24. Two invitations addressed to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian); one for a meeting of the Phi Beta Kappa Society and one for dinner with the faculty from HSC President Gammon. Several letters to and from Paul Grier discussing books in the collection of the library at Hampden-Sydney College. 25. Words to Christmas songs for those in attendance at the Second Annual Lambda Chi Alpha Christmas party held December 12, 1950. 26. Twelve week tree list (two lists with same title). 27. Four week tree list from September 15 - October 13, 1950. 28. Tree list (January 31 - February 27). 29. Honor Roll list of students by year. 30. Memo to all Hampden-Sydney students from Dean David C. Wilson; memo discusses the postponing of the first day of session and when students should report to campus. 31. 1950 - 1951 academic session, list of faculty, number of students in their class, number of students failing, and percentage of total. 32. Copy of a letter from HSC President Edgar G. Gammon requesting a meeting with those occupying college property. 33. Invitation sent to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) from Denison Mowbray Allan for the 1951 Commencement exercises at Worsham High School. 34. Reminder card for a meeting with the HSC President, Edgar G. Gammon. 35. Copy of a note sent to friends of the College discussing the Commencement luncheon and the price for individuals and families. 36. Memo to HSC faculty that Dr. T.V. Smith will be guest lecturer at Convocation from HSC Dean David C. Wilson. 37. Richmond Times-Dispatch article, "H-S Unveils Dr. Gammon Portrait." 38. Memo to the faculty from HSC Dean, David C. Wilson. Memo discusses the report of the Committee on Visiting Scholars.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 136 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1951-1952English.
Scope and Contents

1. Telephone directory for Farmville, Buckingham, Dillwyn, and Hampden- Sydney, Virginia, September 1951. 2. Going-to-College Handbook, volume 6, 1951; mentions Hampden-Sydney College on pages 24, 35, and 52. 3. Hampden-Sydney College football program; Guilford College vs. Hampden- Sydney, September 22, 1951 (two copies). 4. Christmas card from Lambda Chi Alpha, Hampden-Sydney College. 5. Christmas card from Upsilon Chapter of Kappa Sigma at Hampden-Sydney College. 6. Varsity baseball, tennis, and track schedules for Hampden-Sydney College, 1952 (three copies). 7. Program for the Hampden-Sydney College Music Hour at Johns Auditorium, June 8, 1952 (two copies). 8. Hampden-Sydney College Varsity basketball schedule, 1951-1952. 9. Hampden-Sydney College home game season pass (1951 - 52) issued to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (HSC Librarian). 10. Eighteen postcards sent to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) announcing meetings, events, and upcoming movies to be held on the Hampden- Sydney College campus. 11. Ticket for a balcony seat for the Commencement exercises at Hampden- Sydney College held in Johns Auditorium, June 9, 1952. 12. Hampden-Sydney College Commencement program held June 8 - 9, 1952 (three copies). 13. Program for the Hampden-Sydney College Religious Emphasis Series. Speaker; Dr. Frederick H. Olert, held December 4 - 6, 1951 (three copies). 14. Wedding invitation sent to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (Paul Grier, HSC Librarian) for the wedding of Betty Lee Proctor and Captain Tom Saxton Groseclose held at College Church, Hampden-Sydney, Virginia, August 16, 1952. 15. Invitation sent to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (Paul Grier, HSC Librarian) for the Lambda Chi Alpha Christmas party and five Christmas cards from various fraternities. 16. Examination schedule for first semester, 1951 - 1952 school year (two copies). 17. The Hampden-Sydney Alumni fund 1951 donation card. 18. Program for an event held by the Crewe Better Service Club, held June 5, 1952. 19. Hampden-Sydney College Schedule of Recitations and Laboratories, 1951 - 1952. 20. Memo to the Faculty from HSC Dean, David C. Wilson, regarding upcoming meetings and another for altering the normal class schedule. 21. Newspaper article; "Stevenson Given Lift by Battle; Parries 4 Political Questions" Adlai Stevenson, Illinois Governor, scheduled to give the Commencement address at Hampden-Sydney College where his great- grandfather was president 100 years ago (probably published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch). 22. Newspaper article; "Keep Door Open for Peace, Stevenson Says at H.S;" discusses the Commencement address given at Hampden-Sydney College by Adlai Stevenson, Illinois Governor. 23. Article from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, February 1, 1952; "Dr. James B. Massey Dies, Headed HSC Bible Department." 24. Article from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, July 30, 1962; "Rector to Return From England with Bride." Article discusses the quick romance and marriage of Rev. C. W. McCauley (HSC Class of 1952) to Miss Jane Gaunt, a Sunday School Superintendent in the church in England in which he was volunteering. 25. Two articles written by R. M. Frazer (HSC Class of 1952); "Pandora's Diseases, Erga 102-04" and Eurymachus; Question at Odyssey 1. 409." 26. Newspaper article; "Proctor Resigns Position at Hampden-Sydney, Hickey May Be Successor as Athletic Director" (sports section of the Richmond News Leader, July 7, 1952). 27. Several letters to and from Paul Grier (HSC Librarian); letters discuss Hampden-Sydney College campus events. 28. Program guide for the "Banners of Freedom;" a series of radio programs by twelve cooperating colleges. "It Did Not Happen By Chance" broadcasted April 22, 1952 from Hampden-Sydney College. 29. List of students on Honor Roll for the 1st semester, 1951 - 1952. 30. Nine memos to the Hampden-Sydney College faculty from Dean David C. Wilson requesting that they remove several students from their class rolls and announcing events on campus. 31. Newspaper article from The Charlotte Observer, May 23, 1977; "Jim Hickey A Swingin' Golf Pro" (Jim Hickey, HSC football coach, 1951 - 1955). 32. Speech given by Valedictorian Marcellus Waddill, at the June 1952 Commencement ceremony. 33. Academic Calendar sent to the faculty for the 1951 - 1952 school year (two copies). 34. Twelve week tree list. 35. Hampden-Sydney College 175th Anniversary Homecoming schedule of events (two copies). 36. News Release of the address delivered by Adlai E. Stevenson at the Commencement exercises at Hampden-Sydney College on June 9, 1952. 37. Newspaper article from the Richmond News Leader, August 26, 1970. "Story Telling: Virginia Is Setting For Novel of Love, Lust," review of a novel written by William Hoffman (HSC Class of 1949). 38. Hampden-Sydney College Honor Roll List from 1st and 2nd semesters of the 1951 - 1952 school year. 39. Four week tree list. 40. Hampden-Sydney College schedule of recitations and laboratories for the 1951 - 1952 school year. 41. 1951 preliminary report for the Hampden-Sydney College Alumni fund. 42. Twelve week tree list from September 14 - December 8, 1951. 43. Hampden-Sydney College Christmas concert program; concert held December 10, 1951 (two copies). 44. Newspaper article from The Bedford Bulletin-Democrat, October 14, 1965. "Adlai E. Stevenson Stamp Recall Some Bedford History." 45. Announcement about Fulbright Awards sent out by HSC President Edgar G. Gammon. 46. Lambda Chi Alpha Christmas party flyer with words for several Christmas Carols. 47. Memo to the HSC faculty from student body President, A. Emerson Johnson, Jr. with regards to the honor system. 48. Letter from Paul E. McLelland (Instructor Vocational Agriculture at Worsham High School) announcing a new Farm Machinery Repair Class. 49. Short story "Birds Are Foiled," mentions the garden at "Edgewood" at Hampden-Sydney. 50. Summary of the "It Did Not Happen By Chance," part of the Banners of Freedom broadcasts. 51. Article from Presbyterian Life, volume 5, number 2, January 19, 1952; "The Southern Presbyterians" written by Kenneth J. Foreman. Article mentions Hampden-Sydney College and includes a photo. 52. Letter to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) advising him of a job opening at Drake University. 53. Note sent to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) about a donation to be included in a collection that the Hampden-Sydney College Library already owns. 54. Letter from Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) to Jack Dalton with regards to a job announcement that was in the Richmond Sunday paper. 55. Letter to Hampden-Sydney College professors Ghigo and Whitted from HSC President Edgar G. Gammon addressing the inappropriately groomed appearance of some of their students. 56. Letter from J. D. Eggleston to Dr. Blanton discussing a sketch that he had read.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 137 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1951-1952English.
Scope and Contents

1. Hampden-Sydney College 1951 football preview, includes schedule. 2. 1951 - 1952 Hampden-Sydney student directory (two copies; one copy is missing last page, page 19). 3. Hampden-Sydney College examination schedule for 2nd semester, 1951 - 1952 academic year. 4. Hampden-Sydney College, 1951 - 1952 academic year course offerings. 5. Folder with 25 articles written, edited or about F. N. Boney (Francis Nash Boney, HSC Class of 1952). Also includes letters to and from Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) and F. N. Boney; information on F. N. Boney; including publications, education and family information (two copies), article that may contain a reference to Hampden-Sydney College, newspaper article from the Wall Street Journal, February 9, 1977, that mentions F. N. Boney. Most of the material was donated to Hampden-Sydney College by F. N. Boney.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 138 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1952-1953English.
Scope and Contents

1. List of new titles added to the Hampden-Sydney College Library, September 1952 (three copies). 2. List of new titles added to the Hampden-Sydney College Library, October 1952 (three copies). 3. List of new titles added to the Hampden-Sydney College Library, December 1952. 4. Card with envelope to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) acknowledging a $5.00 donation to the Hampden-Sydney Alumni fund. 5. Hampden-Sydney College home game season pass (1952 – 53) issued to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (HSC Librarian). 6. Annual Report of the Prince Edward County Health Department, July 1, 1952 - June 30, 1953. 7. Hampden-Sydney College football program. Hampden-Sydney vs Randolph- Macon, November 8, 1952. 8. Hampden-Sydney College Commencement program held June 7 - 8, 1953 (four copies). 9. September 1952 telephone directory, includes Farmville, Buckingham, Dillwyn, and Hampden-Sydney, Virginia. 10. Hampden-Sydney College Varsity football schedule, 1952 (two copies). 11. Certificate of Incorporation of The Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges; approved September 22, 1952, By-Laws adopted October 1, 1952 (four copies). 12. Four week tree list from September 19 - October 20, 1952. 13. "An incomplete bibliography of Hampden-Sydney College available in the Virginia State Library, Richmond 19, VA," (two copies). 14. Church bulletins for Sunday Service at College Church in Hampden-Sydney, Virginia for August 31; September 14, 21, 28; October 5, 12, 19; November 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1952, March 15; and May 17, 1953. 15. Four week tree list from February 4 - 28, 1953. 16. Program for the Music Hour at Hampden-Sydney College held in Johns Auditorium, Sunday, June 7, 1953 (two copies). 17. Examination schedule for 2nd semester, 1952 - 1953 school year. 18. Hampden-Sydney College Honor roll list from the 1st semester, 1952 - 1953 school year. 19. Schedule for Convocation days from David C. Wilson (HSC Dean). 20. 1952 preliminary report of the annual HSC Alumni fund. 21. Twelve week tree list for second semester. 22. Spring 1953 sports schedules for baseball, track, and tennis. 23. Students on probation, dated April 1, 1953. 24. Examination schedule for first semester, 1952-1953 school year. 25. Twelve week tree list ending Monday, December 15, 1952. 26. Calendar for part of the 1952 - 1953 school year (November - June). 27. Letter to the Board of Trustees from David C. Wilson (HSC Dean) giving an over view of the 1952 - 1953 school year, dated July 23, 1953. 28. Program for the Hampden-Sydney College Religious Emphasis Series, held December 2, 3, 4, 1952; speaker is Dr. Theodore F. Adams (two copies). 29. Program for the Hampden-Sydney College Religious Emphasis Series, held March 18, 19, 1953; speaker is Reverend Bob Bluford. 30. List of students who have left the college since September 1952. 31. Blank matriculation card for the 1952 - 1953 school year. 32. Program for the Hampden-Sydney College Glee Club and Longwood College Choir Joint Concert, held May 12, 1953. 33. Memos to the faculty from David C. Wilson (HSC Dean) announcing faculty meetings (seven memos). 34. Invitation cards sent to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) for events on campus by various groups (ten cards). 35. The instructions and layout for the academic procession at Commencement 1953. 36. Memo to the faculty from David C. Wilson (HSC Dean) advising them of a new course being added. 37. Letter to the faculty from David C. Wilson (HSC Dean) listing the students who have dropped or withdrawn from the college. 38. Newspaper article from the Durham North Carolina Herald, August 9, 1953. Photograph titled "Geography Lesson for Professors." Pictured are Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) and Philip H. Ropp (HSC English Department). 39. List of several students; how many hours and quality units they still need to graduate. 40. Blank list for student names and subjects to be added to complete the twelve week tree list. 41. Two memos to faculty from David C. Wilson (HSC Dean) regarding activities on campus. 42. Newspaper article from the Davidsonian, February 27, 1953. "Six Former Students Honor Professor Blythe and Fleagle;" article mentions Dr. Ghio of Hampden-Sydney College. 43. Postcard to Charles R. Dunn from David C. Wilson (HSC Librarian) regarding a permitted class cut. 44. Poems from the American Sings, 1950 Anthology of College Poetry. Poem "My Age" was written by John Kilby (HSC Class of 1953). "Peace" written by Scott Kelly (HSC Class of 1953). 45. Letter to Hampden-Sydney College freshman from the Inter-Fraternity Council inviting them to "Smokers," where they will learn about each of the fraternities on campus. 46. Note to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) from James Jenkins explaining that his early departure was due to a fall by his expectant wife. 47. Two envelopes from the Hampden-Sydney Alumni fund that include information about donating, a return envelope, and The Honor Roll. 48. Blank class schedule; written in pencil "Dean's Office 1952 - 53." 49. Health insurance plan for students, sent to parents, from P. Tulane Atkinson (HSC Treasurer). 50. College Church Bulletin, for College Church, Hampden-Sydney, Virginia, September 7, 1952. Front cover notes "The Presbytery of West Hanover Installation of William Brevard Rogers as Pastor of College Church." 51. Article from the Journal of Chemical Education, volume 28, page 267, May 1951. "Chemistry and the Spectrum Before Bunsen and Kirchhoff," written by Tillmon H. Pearson (HSC?) and Aaron J. Ihde. 52. Handwritten invitation to the Alpha Tau of Kappa Alpha annual dance, January 10, 1953. 53. Letter to the faculty announcing information about Convocation from David C. Wilson (HSC Dean). 54. Letter to the faculty from David C. Wilson (HSC Dean) copying a letter he received asking for volunteers for judges for a local high school forensics meet. 55. Letter to the faculty from David C. Wilson regarding a faculty meeting. 56. Letter to the faculty from James S. Harris (HSC Student Body President) asking them to help uphold the honor system by requiring students to sign the honor pledge on all work. 57. Memo outlining the general calendar for the 1953 - 1954 school year will be similar to that of 1952 - 1953. 58. Note from Bill Trapnell (Editor of The Tiger) asking for people to subscribe to the paper as well as to send in letters of advice and information. 59. Bulletin of Educational Philanthropy, volume 6 number 1; includes an article "the Varying 'Production Cost' of Noteworthy Achievement;" article refers to a small college in Virginia (may be referring to Hampden- Sydney College). 60. Article from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, October 26, 1952; "Librarian Dies at 85 in Norfolk." Obituary for Emma Cabell Venable (HSC Librarian). 61. Article from the Farmville Herald and Farmer-Leader, October 28, 1952; "Tribute to Miss Emma Venable" (HSC Librarian). 62. Newspaper article "Miss E. C. Venable Dies at Norfolk" (HSC Librarian).

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 139 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1952-1953English.
Scope and Contents

1. List of new titles added to the Hampden-Sydney College Library, March 1953 (three copies). 2. List of new titles added to the Hampden-Sydney College Library May 1953 (three copies). 3. Student Directory, 1952 - 1953. 4. Annual Report on Small Colleges, 1953; references to Hampden-Sydney College can be found on pages 2, 12, and 21. 5. Going-to-College Handbook, volume7, 1953; references to Hampden- Sydney College can be found on pages 23, 48, and 52. 6. Hampden-Sydney College Church Bulletins for: August 31, 1953; December 7 and 24, 1952; January 4 and 11, 1953. 7. List of students at the class of 1953 reunion. 8. Memo to the faculty with a list of students on probation, February 25, 1953. 9. Hampden-Sydney College informational booklet (two copies, one copy includes "An Incomplete bibliography of Hampden-Sydney College" stapled in the back). 10. Rules and regulations printed in the Hampden-Sydney College catalog; revised 1953 by the Committee on Revision of Faculty Rules. 11. "News Release" from the Office of the Governor of Springfield, Illinois. A copy of the speech given by Governor Adlai E. Stevenson at Commencement at Hampden-Sydney College and prepared for release to the newspapers on Monday, June 9. 12. Honor roll list for second semester, 1952 - 1953 school year.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 140 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1953-1954English.
Scope and Contents

1. Student Directory for the 1953 - 1954 school year. 2. Twelve week tree list beginning September 15 and ending December 12. 3. Season's greetings card from Alpha Tau of Kappa Alpha Order. 4. Examination schedule for the first semester of the 1953 - 1954 school year. 5. List of colleges and universities and representatives from each that were at College Day, November 10, 1953 at Mt. Vernon High School, Alexandria, Virginia. Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) represented Hampden-Sydney College. 6. Four week tree list, September 15 to October 19, 1953. 7. Telephone directory for Farmville, Buckingham, Dillwyn, and Hampden- Sydney, Virginia, September, 1953. 8. Faculty rules, supplementary to rules and regulations in catalogue as of September 17, 1953. 9. Going to College Handbook, volume 8, 1954; Hampden-Sydney College listed on pages 24, 33, and 52. 10. Program for the Hampden-Sydney College Religious Emphasis Series, featuring Dr. Albert G. Edwards as speaker, held October 27, 28, 29, 1953. 11. Basketball program, Hampden-Sydney College vs William and Mary. December 5, 1953. 12. Anniversary program for St. John's Lutheran Church, Farmville, Virginia, May 20 - 23, 1954; "Golden Anniversary 1904-1954." 13. Southern Chemical Industry, January - February, 1954, page 36 includes a ranking of the 40 top-ranking institutions in the 13 southern states on the basis of productivity indexes for the period, 1924 – 34 (Hampden-Sydney ranked 4th). 14. The Honor Roll list for the Hampden-Sydney Fourteenth Alumni fund, June 1, 1953 - May 31, 1954. 15. Program and booklet for the Longwood Players and Hampden-Sydney Jongleurs presentation of William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet (held at Longwood College's, Jarman Hall, March 25, 26, 27, 1954). 16. Memos sent to the Hampden-Sydney faculty or student body about meetings or other happenings on campus from James E. Kinard (HSC Assistant Dean). 17. Blank four week tree list for October 19, 1953 with space to fill in students names and subjects. 18. Session calendar. 19. Registration schedule. 20. Program for college night at Washington-Lee High School; Hampden-Sydney College is in attendance, November 10, 1953. 21. Booklet "American Education and the Transmission of Truth," November 22, 1953. The Brick Presbyterian Church, 91st Street and Park Avenue, New York City. Page 7 includes a list of seminaries, colleges and hospitals that dedicated memorial windows (including Hampden-Sydney College). 22. Booklet for the Massanetta Springs Bible Conferences, 1954 season. Back page dedicated to a Hampden-Sydney College ad, includes photographs. 23. Unopened envelope addressed to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) contains information from the Hampden-Sydney College Alumni fund. 24. Newspaper clipping from Richmond Times-Dispatch, November 3, 1953; "HSC Faculty Replies to Letter." Acknowledges receipt of an open letter from the Longwood College Faculty. 25. Newspaper article from The Evening Sun, Baltimore, October 13, 1953; "Ultimatum on Panty Raid Faced Hampden-Sydney Men." 26. Newspaper article from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, November 5, 1953; "He Criticizes Collegians' Idea As to What Is Fun." Addresses a previous article written by Melvin D. Childers (HSC Student). 27. Postcard addressed to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) from the Upsilon Chapter of Kappa Sigma inviting him to the Second Annual Homecoming Supper. 28. Postcard addressed to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) inviting him to Hampden-Sydney College Homecoming, October 23 - 24 and a buffet supper at the Chi Phi House on October 24. 29. Newspaper article from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, November 2, 1953; "Voice of the People" article includes responses to letters of criticism from Hampden-Sydney College students. 30. Letter to the Secretary to the Faculty at Hampden-Sydney College from George W. Jeffers of Longwood College. Discusses a statement that was to be sent to Hampden-Sydney College. Attached was a letter discussing the behavior and damages caused by Hampden-Sydney students on Longwood property during a panty raid (two copies). 31. An open letter addressed to the faculty of Hampden-Sydney College on behalf of the faculty of Longwood College regarding the panty raid on October 8, 1953. 32. Instructions to the college representative for the Washington-Lee High School College night. 33. Newspaper article from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, October 30, 1953; "Longwood Protest: H-SC Articles Scored." Discusses the Hampden- Sydney College panty raid on Longwood College. 34. Newspaper article "John E. Leard Gets Press Post;" John E. Leard replaces First Vice Chairman, Ben J. Bowers (HSC Class of 1954). 35. Newspaper article from the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot, January 17, 1954; "Notes in 18th Century 'Common-Place Book' Were That Day's Substitute for Psychology" written by Louisa Venable Kyle. Includes photos of Richard M. Venable and the Hampden-Sydney College birthplace.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 141 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1953-1954English.
Scope and Contents

1. Honor roll list for first semester, 1953 - 1954 school year. 2. Hampden-Sydney College Varsity football schedule, 1953. 3. New titles added to the Hampden-Sydney Library, September 1953 (two copies). 4. New titles added to the Hampden-Sydney Library, November 1953 (three copies). 5. New titles added to the Hampden-Sydney Library, February 1954 (three copies). 6. New titles added to the Hampden-Sydney Library, April 1954 (two copies). 7. New titles added to the Hampden-Sydney Library, May 1954 (three copies). 8. Hampden-Sydney College brochure containing information about the college for prospective students (two copies). 9. The Constitution of the Union-Philanthropic Literary Society (two copies). 10. List of students who have left school since September 1953. 11. Newspaper clipping from the Virginian Pilot of Norfolk, Virginia, March 21, 1954 and a photograph of Elizabeth Eggleston. 12. Pamphlet about the Hillsman House in Sayler's Creek Battlefield Park; distributed at the Hillsman House, April 11, 1954. 13. 1953 - 1954 school year examination schedule for second semester. 14. Twelve week tree list. 15. Program for Hampden-Sydney College Commencement exercises, June 6 - 7, 1954 (two copies). 16. Note to Dr. Ghigo (HSC faculty) from a student explaining his absence from class. 17. Hampden-Sydney College Homecoming football program for October 24, 1953 (Hampden-Sydney vs. Western Maryland). 18. Summer schedule for church services at College Church, Hampden-Sydney, Virginia. 19. Prince Edward County Bicentennial, 1754 - 1954 program for services for Briery and Meherrin Presbyterian Churches held at Briery Church, July 25, 1954. 20. Program for Hampden-Sydney College Music Hour held at Johns Auditorium, June 6, 1954 (two copies). 21. "The Electric Moments, Association and Structure of Some N- Monosubstituted Amides" Reprinted from the Journal of the American Chemical Society, volume 76, number 206, 1954, written by James E. Worsham, Jr. (HSC faculty member) and Marcus E. Hobbs. 22. Report on a meeting of the Committee on Visiting Scholars held at Glasgow House, April 1, 1954. 23. Program for the Hampden-Sydney College Religious Emphasis Series, March 30, 31, April 1 with speaker Dr. Graham G. Lacy. 24. Hampden-Sydney College Varsity football schedule for 1953. 25. Bulletin from College Church, Hampden-Sydney, Virginia, September 27, 1953. 26. List of average grades for each fraternity at Hampden-Sydney College. 27. Announcement for a joint concert by the Mary Washington College Choir and the Hampden-Sydney College Glee Club, May 7, 1954. 28. List of names of former students by class year who contributed money to the fourteenth fund as of October 2, 1943. 29. List of names of former students by class year who contributed money as of October 19, 1953. 30. List of names of former students by class year who contributed money as of November 3, 1953. 31. Brochure for the students entering Hampden-Sydney College on September 15, 1953 with a schedule of the first week of activities, information on items needed for the school year, and a map of the campus. 32. Postcard addressed to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) inviting him to the SCA reception. 33. Season Pass for the1953 - 1954 season to all Hampden-Sydney College home games issued to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (Paul Grier, HSC Librarian). 34. Study guide for the Survey of Philosophy examination for Dr. Allan, 1954. 35. Blank form for the twelve week tree list, names and subjects of students are to be added by faculty and submitted to the Dean's office on May 3, 1954. 36. Postcard addressed to Bruce Robertson inviting him to religious activities at Hampden-Sydney. 37. Envelope addressed to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) containing an invitation to the Kappa Alpha Rose Dance. 38. Notice sent by Hampden-Sydney College to parents of current students regarding health insurance available for purchase for students. 39. Back page of the Massanetta Springs Bible Conference Program, 1954 season. Contains ad for Hampden-Sydney College and photographs of campus buildings and students. 40. Newspaper article "Hampden-Sydney Remembers Dr. Cushing's Journey," Richmond Times-Dispatch, June 6, 1954, page F-3. 41. Memos sent to the faculty at Hampden-Sydney College from James E. Kinard (HSC Assistant Dean) regarding upcoming activities on campus (ten memos). 42. Letter written to Dr. Francis Ghiho (HSC Faculty) from Edgar G. Gammon (HSC President) thanking him for the participation of the Board of Deacons regarding President Cushing's grave. 43. Letter from T. H. Pearson outlining a trip to visit the DuPont Company plant south of Richmond, Virginia.

Mixed Materials Drawer: 1-5 folder: 142 Archival Resource Key
Academic Year
1954-1955English.
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1. Instructions for the Prince Edward County Bicentennial Research Paper contest for college students. 2. Memo to members and friends of College Church in Hampden-Sydney, Virginia discussing events for the Bicentennial celebration. 3. Twelve week tree list 1955. 4. List of students with unexcused absences. 5. List of colleges expected at College Day, November 9, 1954. 6. List of colleges present at College Day held at Mount Vernon High School, November 9, 1954. 7. Official program for the Bicentennial celebration for Prince Edward County, Virginia, held October 15, 1954. 8. Going to College Handbook, volume 9; Hampden-Sydney College listed on pages 27, 36, 52 (two copies). 9. Invitation to the Hampden-Sydney College Student Christian Association Freshman Reception, September 16, 1954. 10. Season pass to Hampden-Sydney College home games for the 1954-1955 school year issued to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (Paul Grier, HSC Librarian). 11. Program for the Dedication exercises for the John Peter Mettauer Wing of Southside Community Hospital, held August 29, 1954. 12. Informational booklet for the Dedication exercises for the John Peter Mettauer Wing of Southside Community Hospital, held August 29, 1954. 13. Program for the Cumberland Presbyterian Church Bicentennial Celebration, held August 8, 1954. 14. List of new books added to the Hampden-Sydney College Library, September 1954. 15. Examination schedule for first semester, 1954 - 1955 school year. 16. First and second Deans lists for first semester, 1954 - 1955 school year. 17. List of students with unexcused absences from December 5, 1954 - January 17, 1955. 18. Four week tree list for freshman only, 1954 - 1955 school year. 19. Four week tree list from April 1 - May 3, 1955. 20. Examination schedule for second semester, 1955. 21. Booklet for a play, The Follies of 1955, presented by the Senior and Junior Woman's Clubs, March 1st and 2nd in Farmville, Virginia. 22. List of new books added to the Hampden-Sydney College Library, January 1955. 23. List of new books added to the Hampden-Sydney College Library, March 1955. 24. List of new books added to the Hampden-Sydney College Library, May 1955. 25. Program for the Music hour at Hampden-Sydney College, June 5, 1955 (two copies). 26. Invitation to a dance sent to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian). 27. Informational brochures from the Prince Edward County Chapter of the Defenders of State Sovereignty and Individual Liberties. 28. Postcard invitation to an event held by the College Hill Club sent to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian). 29. Program for the Hampden-Sydney College and Longwood College Spring Religious Services, March 8, 9, 10, 1955. 30. Newspaper article from the Farmville Herald, March 1, 1955; "Butch, Burger, Bash, Cast of Sixty Set for 'Follies' Presentation, March 1, 2." 31. Bulletin for the Bicentennial Observance at the Briery Presbyterian Church, June 26, 1955; recognizes Hampden-Sydney College's influence on their history. 32. Unopened envelope from Hampden-Sydney College addressed to Hampden- Sydney College Library. 33. Letter addressed to Mr. Grier (HSC Librarian) from the president of the Student Christian Association at Hampden-Sydney College announcing their annual Fall Religious Emphasis Series. 34. Letter addressed to Mr. Grier (HSC Librarian) from the President of the Student Christian Association at Hampden-Sydney College announcing their annual Winter Religious Emphasis Series. 35. Newspaper article from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, March 2, 1955; "Morgan Tiller, of Ft. Lee, Working on His Fifth Sport" (Morgan Tiller was a former football and track Coach at Hampden-Sydney College). 36. List of students who have accumulated overcuts during the third quarter, sent March 24, 1955. 37. Postcard invitation from the Kappa Sigma Fraternity for the buffet supper after the Homecoming football game sent to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (Paul Grier, HSC Librarian). 38. Program for the Annual Christmas Concert put on by the Hampden-Sydney College Glee Club and the Longwood College Choir, December 13, 1954. 39. Envelope containing three unused stamps from the Republic of Greece presented to Dr. Gammon by Mr. John Maragon, a father of a student on October 15, 1954, when he visited the campus. 40. Invitation sent to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (Paul Grier, HSC Librarian) for the Lambda Chi Alpha annual Christmas party to be held December 14, 1954. 41. Postcard invitation sent to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (Paul Grier, HSC Librarian) for the Chi Phi Homecoming buffet supper to be held October 2, 1954. 42. Thank you card sent to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) for $5.00 donation to the Hampden-Sydney College Alumni fund. 43. Booklet "Without Benefit of Taxation…" by the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges (listing for Hampden-Sydney College). 44. 1954 Hampden-Sydney basketball roster. 45. Christmas card sent to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (Paul Grier, HSC Librarian) from the Kappa Eta Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha. 46. Christmas card sent to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (Paul Grier, HSC Librarian) from Alpha Tau of Kappa Alpha Order. 47. Commencement week schedule and program for Hampden-Sydney College, June 5 - 6, 1955 (two copies). 48. Envelope containing newspaper clippings from the Farmville Herald, September and October 1954 discussing views on segregation. 49. Bulletin from the Jamestown Presbyterian Church in Rice, Virginia, October 10, 1954. 50. The Chi Phi Chakett, volume 39, number1, September 1954; contains photos and an article, Hampden-Sydney College, photos of Abner Payne and Stuart Christian (both HSC Class of 1904), Royster Lyle, Sr., M. L. T. Hughes, Sr. also pictured. 51. Letter to member of the College Church, Hampden-Sydney, Virginia asking for donations for the Lord's Acre Project. There is also an envelope and two donation cards. 52. Memos to the HSC faculty from Dean James E. Kinard. All discuss happenings on campus, events, meetings, and changes in class schedules. (twenty-one memos). 53. Richmond Times-Dispatch article, January 4, 1955. "Hampden-Sydney Names Dr. Robert as President." 56. Newspaper article from Columbia (S.C.) State, June 1955. "Coker President Tells Olympia Graduates to Stay in South." Coker President was Dr. Joseph C. Roberts who later became a Hampden-Sydney College President. 57. Richmond Times-Dispatch article February 22, 1955. "Hampden-Sydney Room: Library Spans the Years." Has a picture of Paul Grier, HSC Librarian (two copies). 58. Richmond Times-Dispatch article January 5, 1955. "The New President of Hampden-Sydney;" discussing new president Dr. Joseph C. Robert. 59. Commonwealth, Magazine of Virginia, March 1955. Contains an article about Dr. Joseph C. Robert, incoming Hampden-Sydney President and outgoing President Edgar G. Gammon. 60. Letter to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) from Joseph C. Robert (HSC President) giving him permission to visit the library at V. P. I. 61. Letter to the HSC Faculty from Edgar G. Gammon (HSC President) advising them to turn off lights and lock doors when they leave their offices or classrooms each day. 62. Memo to the HSC faculty requesting contributions towards the Commencement luncheon, sent by Delia E. Brock and Anna Dickhoff. 63. Roanoke Times, February 26, 1955; "New Hampden-Sydney Room Full of College's History," includes a photo of Paul Grier (HSC Librarian). 64. Letter from Claude H. Pritchard (HSC Class of 1950) asking for donations for a retirement gift for Dr. Gammon (HSC President).

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1. Three cards addressed to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) from Denison Mowbray Allan (HSC Class of 1956). One written while Allan was in 6th grade, one in 7th grade sent to Grier when Grier was aboard the U. S. S. Wasp, and the third is a wedding invitation to Allen's wedding in 1968. 2. List of new books added to the Hampden-Sydney College Library, September 1955 (two copies). 3. List of new books added to the Hampden-Sydney College Library, October, 1955 (three copies). 4. List of new books added to the Hampden-Sydney College Library, December 1955 (two copies). 5. List of new books added to the Hampden-Sydney College Library, February 1956. 6. List of new books added to the Hampden-Sydney College Library, April 1956 (three copies). 7. Football program for the Hampden-Sydney College vs West Virginia Tech game, held September 17, 1955 at Venable Field. 8. Program for the Inaugural exercises for the Inauguration of Joseph Clarke Robert, seventeenth President of Hampden-Sydney College, held March 23, 1956. 9. Hampden-Sydney College Church bulletin for Baccalaureate Services, held June 3, 1956. 10. 1955 Hampden-Sydney College football schedule. 11. Tree list for freshman and sophomores of 1955-1956. 12. 1955 - 1956 Hampden-Sydney College basketball schedule. 13. Paper "New Providence Church" written by Franklin Carter (HSC Class of 1956). 14. Four week tree list for freshmen and transfer students who entered September 13, 1955. 15. Brochure of new books from Baker & Taylor Company; includes a listing for The Trumpet Unblown by William Hoffman (HSC Class of 1949). Book printed in December 1955. 16. George C. Marshall Research Library Newsletter, volume 5, number 4, June 1967. Entire newsletter is one article written by Royster Lyle, Jr. (HSC Class of 1956). 17. Worsham High School Commencement exercises program, held May 31, 1956. 18. Program for the Hampden-Sydney College Glee Club and Concert, held at College Church, Hampden-Sydney, Virginia on December 14, 1955 (two copies). 19. Member card for the Longwood Golf Course, Farmville, Virginia, issued to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) for 1956. 20. Slip of paper stamped "Errands run cheap call 2191 between 4 & 6 p.m." 21. Season Complimentary pass for home games for 1955 - 1956 issued to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier (Paul Grier, HSC Librarian). 22. Folder containing a petition sent out in the fall of 1955 to members of the College Church in an effort to persuade the pulpit committee to bring the name of Dr. Ben R. Lacy before the Congregation. 23. Seven postcard invitations from various clubs and fraternities at Hampden- Sydney College for events addressed to Paul Grier (HSC Librarian) or Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grier. 24. Program from the Induction Service for the Reverend Doctor Benjamin Rice Lacy, Jr. as Chaplain of Hampden-Sydney College, February 7, 1956 (two copies). 25. Announcement for the publication of History of Prince Edward County, Virginia by Herbert Clarence Bradshaw; printed by Dietz Press, Inc. 26. Program from the Virginia Humanities Conference held at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia, November 19, 1955. 27. Article from the Esso Farm News, Fall 1955; "County Fair." The fair was held in Farmville, Virginia. 28. Invitation in envelope addressed to Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Grier (Paul L. Grier, HSC Librarian) from Alpha Tau of Kappa Alpha inviting him to a buffet dinner after a game on November 5, 1955. 29. Invitation in envelope addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Grier (Paul L. Grier, HSC Librarian) from Nu Chapter of Theta Chi for a reception honoring Dr. J. H. C. Winston and celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of the fraternity. 30. Program for "Julius Caesar" performed by the Repertory Company on National Tour playing at the Barter Theatre of Virginia, Abingdon, VA. 31. Sample ballot for the Commonwealth of Virginia Special Election, Monday, January 9, 1956, distributed at voting places in Prince Edward County. 32. Invitation in envelope addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Grier (Paul L. Grier, HSC Librarian) for the wedding of Elizabeth Diehl Laws and Lee Winfree Ryan to be held January 25, 1956. 33. Article from the Farmville Herald, December 30, 1955; "H-S Instructor Writes War Novel, released for sale December 29." Author of novel was Will Hoffman (English instructor at Hampden-Sydney College). 34. Three higher education surveys for alumni, students, and faculty for the Synod of Virginia. 35. Notice to parents from Hampden-Sydney College regarding student insurance options. 36. Information for faculty from Hampden-Sydney College regarding retirement plan options. 37. 1955 preliminary report of the Hampden-Sydney College Alumni fund. 38. Union Seminary Bulletin, volume 33, number 3, January 1956. 39. Program for the Spring Festival of Music presenting The Creation put on by the Madison College Chorus and Glee Club and Hampden-Sydney College Glee Club, May 12, 1956. 40. Two copies of The Queer News flyer dated October 5, 1955 and February 8, 1956. 41. Twenty-four memos sent out to faculty from James E. Kinard (HSC Dean). 42. Two Hampden-Sydney College news bureau press releases dated March 11 or thereafter and March 21st regarding the incoming new College President Joseph C. Robert. 43. Hampden-Sydney College Commencement program, June 3 - 4, 1956. 44. Envelope addressed to Paul L. Grier (HSC Librarian) containing a letter asking for his input on chaperoning college functions and includes a self addressed stamped envelope to send it back to J. F. Flaxington. 45. Reply card for monetary gifts for the Hamden-Sydney College Alumni fund and accompanying return envelope (two copies, also includes the Honor Roll of donors to the fifteenth Alumni fund). 46. Envelope addressed to Henry Thornton containing a personal note to let him know how things are going in the life of Betty(?) from Richmond, VA. 47. Newspaper article "What Constitutes Liberal Arts College," October 22, 1955. 48. Memo to faculty and staff from Joseph C. Robert (HSC president) regarding his and his wife's available hours at home for them to stop by. 49. List of mean percentiles for the Graduate Record Examination. 50. Memo and revised schedule of activities from the Office of the President of Hampden-Sydney College. 51. Faculty memo about retirement funds sent from P. Tulane Atkinson (HSC Treasurer). 52. Memo regarding a questionnaire sent by Dr. Raymond Walter, Director of the Virginia Synod Survey. 53. Newspaper article "Role of Local History," by Frederick Creighton Wellman, from the Durham Morning Herald, January 22, 1956, section IV, page 7. The article is a book review of History of Prince Edward County, Virginia written by Herbert Clarence Bradshaw. 54. Newspaper article "The Sportsview; Hampden-Sydney's big loss" by Cauncey Durden from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, January 27, 1956, page 33. Article discusses Jim Hickey's new appointment as coach at the University of North Carolina. Hickey was previously coach and athletic director at Hampden-Sydney College. 55. Newspaper article "Hickey to Coach Backs at Carolina; Tatum Reveals Move; Contract Is Signed," by Walt Drewry, from the Richmond Times- Dispatch, February 12, 1956, section B. Article discusses Jim Hickey's new appointment as coach at the University of North Carolina. Hickey was previously coach and athletic director at Hampden-Sydney College. 56. Newspaper article "The Sportview; Chapel Bells," by Chauncey Durden, from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, November 18, 1955, page 24. Article looks like a poem about a game between Hampden-Sydney College and Randolph-Macon College.

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1964-1965English.
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1966-1967English.
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1. Hampden-Sydney College Student Directory, 1966-1967.

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1967-1968English.
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1. Hampden-Sydney College Student Directory, 1967-1968.

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1968-1969English.
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1. Hampden-Sydney College Student Directory, 1968-1969.

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1. Hampden-Sydney College Student Directory, 1970-1971.

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1. Hampden-Sydney College Student Directory, 1972-1973.

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1979-1980English.
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1. Hampden-Sydney College Student Directory, 1979-1980.

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1980-1981English.
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1. "The Casting of Bells: A Collection of Poems by Jaroslav Seifert," translated by Paul Jagasich (HSC Modern Languages Professor) and Tom O'Grady (HSC English Professor).

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1. The Hampden-Sydney College Sporadical; an Occasional Newsletter for Faculty & Staff, volume 10, number 19, February 1987 (two copies). 2. Hampden-Sydney College Office of Admissions; New Student Profile, Fall, 1986 (three copies). 3. Hampden-Sydney College Office of Admissions, 1986 Cross Application Study (three copies). 4. Hampden-Sydney College Accepted Student Survey Class Entering Fall 1986. (three copies). 5. Memorandum to Hampden-Sydney College about the summer hours for the campus post office. 6. Memorandum from the Hampden-Sydney College Development Office about the updated Campaign totals.

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1. Hampden-Sydney College 1987 Orientation Program for New Students Poster. 2. Hampden-Sydney College Parents Weekend flyer. 3. Hampden-Sydney College Bookstore yard sale flyer. 4. Four Hampden-Sydney College memorandums about job openings on campus. 5. Hampden-Sydney College memorandums about an upcoming program; programs in the works; Homecoming activities; Inaugural Symposium; a summary of a program after it was held. 6. Two Hamden-Sydney memorandums about dining hall hours. 7. Hampden-Sydney College Bulletin Board, number 6, October 5, 1987, and number 7. October 19, 1987. Contains notices and upcoming events on campus. 8. Letter to faculty, staff and secretaries at Hampden-Sydney College from Sandy Roberson, editor of the 1987 Kaleidoscope. Letter announces times and dates for faculty and staff photographs to be taken that would be included in the Kaleidoscope.

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1. Library Bookplates

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