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Invitations and announcements sent to Atcheon and Virginia Hench for University of Virginia and civic events 1907-1950.

Author: Armistead C Gordon
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript : English
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Invitations and annoucements include a supper at Christ Episcopal Parish House; an illustrated lecture by Dr. W.A.R. Goodwin on the Williamsburg restorations for the benefit of mountain missions; Founder's Day exercises featuring an exhibition of the T. Catesby Jones collection of modern prints; Virginia Sympnony Orchestra; Virginia Celebrity Concerts; Jolly Rogers informal dance; William H. White Foundation lecture
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Genre/Form: Announcements
Invitations
Postal cards
Exhibitions
Named Person: William Edward Dodd; George Boardman Eager; William Archer Rutherfoord Goodwin; Atcheson Laughlin Hench; Virginia Bedinger Michie Hench; Lynn Harold Hough; T Catesby Jones; William Draper Lewis; John Lloyd Newcomb; Ezequiel Padilla; Robert Edward Lee Strider; Robert Russell Wicks
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Armistead C Gordon
OCLC Number: 398139106
Description: circa 30 items.

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Invitations and annoucements include a supper at Christ Episcopal Parish House; an illustrated lecture by Dr. W.A.R. Goodwin on the Williamsburg restorations for the benefit of mountain missions; Founder's Day exercises featuring an exhibition of the T. Catesby Jones collection of modern prints; Virginia Sympnony Orchestra; Virginia Celebrity Concerts; Jolly Rogers informal dance; William H. White Foundation lecture by William Draper Lewis; a weekly radio broadcast of University life; Institute of Public Affairs reception; Summer Quarter musical program, reception and dance; an "At Home" for President and Mrs. Newcomb; a lecture by William E. Dodd, U. S. ambassador to German, 1937; a lecture series by Dr. Robert Russell Wicks of Princeton University, 1936, Dean Lynn Harold Hough of Drew theological Seminary, 1937, and the Rt. Rev. R. E. L. Strider, Bishop of West Virginia, 1938 sent by Religious Exercises Committee chairman Armistead C. Gordon, Jr.a lecture on the problems of Inter-American cooperation by Ezequiel Padilla; a student volunteer convention; a tea for visiting high school principals; an Assembly of Professors meeting to hear a report from the Committee on Contractual Relations; a meeting of the American Association of University Professors; the Dulaney Book Exchange; a U. Va. employer's help wanted card, and a list of movies, concerts, exhibitions and lectures for the 1950/1951 school year.

The collection also cotains a form letter sent to Hench by the Liberty Mutual Insurance Company of Boston, 1937, soliciting the purchase of automobile insurance and noting that his name as a "careful driver" had been suggested by George B. Eager of the Law School.

The collection also contains a Founder's Day 1907 announcement, possibly collected by Hench.

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