University Archives Artifact Collection, 1693-[ongoing]

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Collection Overview

Title
University Archives Artifact Collection, 1693-[ongoing]
ID
UA 13
Extent
0.0
Primary Creator
College of William and Mary
Other Creators
Alumni and alumnae, College of William and Mary. Faculty (1693-), Society of the Alumni (1842-), Students
Arrangement

Artifacts are organized according to Nomenclature 3.0 for Museum Cataloging: Third Edition of Robert G. Chenhall's System for Classifying Man-Made Objects, which is published by AltaMira Press in cooperation with the American Association for State and Local History. Nomenclature 3.0 classifies artifacts based on their purpose or function.

Categories include: Built Environment Artifacts, Furnishings, Personal Artifacts, Tools and Equipment For Materials, Tools and Equipment for Science and Technology, Tools and Equipment For Communications, Distribution and Transportation Artifacts, Communication Artifacts, Recreational Artifacts, and Unclassifiable Artifacts.

This collection is currently being evaluated, described, and rehoused by staff.

Date Acquired
00/00/1924. More info below under Accruals.
Forms of Material
Banners, Beanie cap, Buttons (information artifacts), Lapel Pins, Pennants, T-shirts
Languages
English, Greek,Ancient(to1453), Hebrew

Restrictions

Access
This collection is open to all researchers. Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, such as the Virginia Public Records Act (Code of Virginia. § 42.1-76-91); and the Virginia Freedom of Information Act (Code of Virginia § 2.2-3705.5). Confidential material may include, but is not limited to, educational, medical, and personnel records. If sensitive material is found in this collection, please contact a staff member immediately. The disclosure of personally identifiable information pertaining to a living individual may have legal consequences for which the College of William and Mary assumes no responsibility. Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, such as the Virginia Public Records Act (Code of Virginia. § 42.1-76-91); and the Virginia Freedom of Information Act (Code of Virginia § 2.2-3705.5). Confidential material may include, but is not limited to, educational, medical, and personnel records. If sensitive material is found in this collection, please contact a staff member immediately. The disclosure of personally identifiable information pertaining to a living individual may have legal consequences for which the College of William and Mary assumes no responsibility.
Use
Before reproducing or quoting from any materials, in whole or in part, permission must be obtained from the Special Collections Research Center, and the holder of the copyright, if not Swem Library.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The University Archives Artifact Collection is an artificial collection of artifacts and memorabilia documenting and related to the College of William and Mary. Artifacts received by the University Archives that are not part of the records of an individual university department or personal papers are made a part of the University Archives Artifact Collection.

Images of a growing number of artifacts are available through the SCRC's Flickr account at

http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/sets/72157601972522069/

The University Archives Artifact Collection, from 18th century spectacles to a 20th century plastic frisbee, gives a fascinating tangible view of life and are a rich supplement to the paper records in the SCRC. Most of these highly diverse items are representative of some group or activity at the College, but some are in the SCRC because they were owned by a William and Mary-affiliated person. Most artifacts were donated by alumni or their families.

Twentieth-century materials comprise the bulk of the artifacts collection, including athletic memorabilia, plaques, and general mementos of life as a student. From such items as freshman initiation beanies ("duc" caps) and paddles it is easy to see that students have always been interested in more than just the academic side of college life. Well-represented in the collection is 20th century clothing, including women's gym bloomers, t-shirts, belt buckles, athletic jackets, academic regalia, and baseball uniforms.

The University Archives is also the keeper of such College of William and Mary treasures as the College and Marischal Maces that lead all formal convocations, the Rector's and Chancellor's badges and chains of office, and two of the original stones which marked the boundaries of the College. The maces and badges are usually on display in the SCRC in the Earl Gregg Swem Library.

Acc. 2004.015 The Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Architects Award of Excellence to Sir Christopher Wren Building, Presentation, Renewal and Replacement, November 10, 2001.

Biographical Note

Information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: <a href="http://scrc.swem.wm.edu/wiki/index.php/College of William and Mary">http://scrc.swem.wm.edu/wiki/index.php/College of William and Mary</a>.

Subject/Index Terms

Box and Folder Listing


Category 1: Built Environment Artifacts
Artifacts originally created to define space for human activitites or to be used as components of space-defining artifacts.
Classification 1: Building Components
Artifacts originally created as part of a building's fabric. Although building components are distinct objects, they function as parts of larger structures rather than as independent units.  Building components can be separate, distinct, and generally interchangeable structural, functional, or decorative parts of buildings such as beams, sinks, or architectural ornaments.  This classification also includes architectural samples integral to buildings, such as wall sections, staircases, or porches, as well as certain whole-structure building system components such as ventilators or furnaces.  Excluded from this classification are parts of buildings that are not integral parts of the structure, such as furnishings or lighting devices, which are included in the Furnishings category.
Sub-classification 1: Architectural Spaces
Structures and other artifacts originally created to serve as space-defining internal or external architectural building components.
Sub-classification 2: Barrier Elements
Artifacts originally created to block passage, prohibit movement, shield dangerous situations, protect or cover openings, or otherwise serve as barriers in or on structures.
Sub-classification 3: Construction Materials
Artifacts originally created for use in the construction of structures.This sub-classification includes masonry units, such as bricks or stone, and ancillary materials such as plaster, flashing, or lath.
Item 1999.079: Muscarelle Museum groundbreaking ceremony bricks, 1981
2- mounted bricks belonging to Mr. & Mrs. John Bruce Bredin, Mr. & Mrs. John R. Curtis, Jr., and one with no name. The groundbreaking for the Muscarelle Museum occurred on November 6, 1981. Located in B&G S5. UA 1999.079
Item 2011.584.6: House of Alpha Wooden Slat Fragment, circa 1900
Wooden house siding shingle with remnants of grey paint. Shingle from a house constructed in 1900 at 421 North Albany Street in Ithaca NY, where the seven Alpha Phi Alpha founders gathered to study and draw up plans for the first African American college fraternity.  The Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity launched a campaign in 2009 to restore the house by 2012. Shingle measures 6.5" (length) x 2" (width). circa 1900. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967380824/. Gift of Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Pi Chapter. Located in B&G S5. UA 2011.584.06
Sub-classification 4: Conveyance Devices
Artifacts that are integral to structures and were originally created to transport humans, goods, or materials from one location in the structure to another.  This sub-classification also includes equipment and accessories that serve as parts of building conveyance systems.
Sub-classification 5: Door and Window Elements
Artifacts originally created to serve as doors, windows(whether fixed or moveable), or components thereof, or to act as structural elements to complete openings.  They may serve as coverings, operating mechanism components, or accessories for doors or windows.  This sub-classification does not include finish hardware such as knockers, kickplates, sash lifts, or shutterdogs.
Sub-classification 6: Environmental Control Elements
Artifacts originally created to modify the environment of structures through mechanical means, whether as individual units or as a part of systems.  Environmental control components regulate heating, cooling, humidification, or ventilation.  Portable equipment and equipment meant to heat or cool part of a strucutre are listed in Temperature Control Equipment.
Sub-classification 7: Finish Hardware
Artifacts, usually made of metal, originally created to be visible, functional, and often decorative elements for the interior or exterior of buildings.  This sub-classification includes doorway accessories such as doorknobs, widow accessories such as sash lifts or shutter dogs, and other artifacts such as brackets, strap hinges, or escutcheons.
Sub-classification 8: Plumbing and Drainage Elements
Artifacts originally created to serve as built-in receptacles for waste, as vessel or spaces for containing or dispensing water for sanitary needs, or as a means of dispensing water for drinking.  Plumbing and Drainage Elements also treat water, facilitate or regulate the movement of water and sewage withing strucutres, or transport unwanted water from one locationt to another, either through mechanical or gravitational means.
Sub-classification 9: Roof Elements
Artifacts originally created as rooftop structures or structural elements or as architectural ornamentation for roofs.
Sub-classification 10: Stair Elements
Artifacts originally created as structural or decorative components of staircases, whether rough and concealed or decorative and visible.
Sub-classification 11: Supporting Elements
Artifacts originally created to serve as structural elements for walls, ceilings, or floors.  Some supporting elements may also serve as architectural ornamentation.
Sub-classification 12: Surface Elements
Artifacts originally created as finishiing elements in buildings, whether indoor or outdoor.  Surface elements serve as permanent wall, floor, ceiling, or roof coverings, or as decorative trim.
Classification 2: Site Features
Artifacts originally created as distinct elements associated with sites, buildings, or parts of larger structures.  Rather than functioning simply as parts of larger strucutres, site features are independent entities that complement other strucutres.  This classification includes such artifacts as birdbaths, flagpoles, gates, and fences.
Item 4: Boundary Stones, circa 1694
2 - For the College site a tract of 330 acres was purchased for £170 from Captain Thomas Ballard on December 20, 1693. Two of the boundary stones, erected to mark the property, are part of the collection. Note: From September through November 4, 2007, one of the boundary stones was on exhibit at the Muscarelle Museum of Art. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/1520125522/in/photostream/. Located in B&G S5.
Classification 3: Structures
Artifacts originally created to provide or define a space for human activites.Structures may be permanent, portable, climate-controlled, or open-air, and can be used for a variety of purposes including ceremonial, agricultural, recreational, commercial, cultural, civic, industrial, and social.  Architectural samples, integral to buildings such as wall sections, as well as separable, distinct, and interchangeable components, such as doorknobs or widow sashes, are included in Building Components.
Sub-classification 1: Agricultural Structures
Structures originally created for such agricultural purposes as housing animals, storing grains and farm implements, practicing animal husbandry, and processing plant and animal products.  Structures used in the commercial processing of agricultural products are included in Industrial Structures.  Agricultural Structures are not for public use or human habitation.
Sub-classification 2: Ceremonial Structures
Strucutres originally created for ceremonial activities such as conducting religious services or preparing or housing the remains of the dead.  Such structures may also provide space for devotional activities, such as those associated with holy objects, or offer shelter for transformative practices or traditional rituals such as tea ceremonies.  This sub-classification does not include structures for human habitation or for ceremonial activities conducted by social organizations.
Sub-classification 3: Civic and Social Structures
Structures originally created to be used by governmental entities or community organizations for such purposes as governance activities, mail distribution, public safety, or social activities.  This sub-classification also includes structures used by trade, fraternal, professional, or special-interest groups or associations for such organizational purposes as conducting meetings or ceremonies or housing group-related artifacts such as regalia or records.
Sub-classification 4: Commercial Structures
Structures originally created for the selling, exchanging, or housing of goods and services.  This sub-classification includes service establishments, and mercantile buildings.
Sub-classification 5: Cultural and Recreational Structures
Structures originally created for cultural or recreational activities.  Included in this sub-classification are structures that provide exhibition space for music, fine arts, dance, drama, or collections of objects, flora, or fauna displayed for public benefit.  Also included are strucutres that provide space for sporting or entertainment activities, usually for groups and occasionally for individuals.
Sub-classification 6: Defense Structures
Structures originally created for such defensive purposes as storing armament and munitions, sheltering personnel, or providing fortified observational posts capable of facilitating or resisting attacks.
Sub-classification 7: Dwellings
Residential structures originally created for long-term habitation rather than temporary housing.  Dwellings are considered homes, places where domestic activities are conducted and personal effects are stored.
Sub-classification 8: Hydraulic Structures
Structures originally created to collect, convey, regulate, or contain water for distribution, flood control, or power generation.
Sub-classification 9: Industrial Structures
Structures and complexes originally created for the extraction and processing of raw materials, the generation of power, the manufacture of goods, or the housing of industrial machinery.
Sub-classification 10: Institutional Structures
Buildings originally created for such institutional purposes as health and welfare services, educational instruction, or corrections.
Sub-classification 11: Outbuildings
Buildings originally created for specific domestic activities such as baking or washing or for the storage of residential equipment and materials needed for domestic activities.  Outbuildings are generally secondary structures adjacent to or nearby a dwelling or farm complex.
Sub-classification 12: Transportation Structures
Structures and complexes originally created to facilitate the transportation of people and things.  Such structures provide embarkation and debarkation points, allow passage from one point to another, house conveyance equipment, or serve as collection facilities for fares or tolls.
Sub-classification 13: Other Structures
Structures that do not meet the definitions of this classification's other sub-classifications.
Category 2: Furnishings
Artifacts originally created to facilitate human activity and to provide for the physical needs of people, generally by offering comfort, convenience, or protection.  Clothing is excluded from this category as it addresses only the needs of a specific individual.  Furnishing are not artifacts used as active agents in other processes, such as artifacts used as tools or equipment; they passively enable human activity.
Classification 1: Bedding
Artifacts, usually soft furnishings, originally created to provide support for sleeping or to accessorize a bed. This classification does not include beds and bed components, which are included in Furniture.
Item 1991.031 : Pillow Cover, circa 1927
One black felt pillow cover, about 26in. including fringe, decorated with orange felt ribbon and bearing the words "William and Mary" in orange letters. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2929675014/.Gift of Dorothy Wallace. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 14. UA 1991.031
Item 2011498.12: William and Mary Pillowcase, circa 1930s-1940s
One diamond shaped felt pillow with a beige front and a gold back. The front of the pillow features"W&M" in gold, old English felt letters. The front also features a gold ribbon running throughout the edges of the beige front. There are also gold felt strips measuring approximately 2.5in. (length) as the fringe of the pillow. The pillow measures approximately 1ft. 5in. x1ft. 5in. The pillow is in poor condition. There is a long loose thread and hanging lace component attached to the lace piece at the tip of the pillow above the "W&M." There is also an approximately 0.125in. black stain and an approximately 2in. black stain on the bottom tip of the pillow below the "W&M." There is also black staining on the lace bow in that same area as well as some moderate fraying of the lace material. There is also a 3.5in. missing lace component on the top right side of the pillow and another 3in. missing lace component on the bottom right of the pillow. There is severe fraying on the disconnected lace fragments as well as some black staining on the bottom right disconnected lace. Finally, there is a small black stain on the back of the pillow and the some felt fringes have tattered pieces. Transferred by Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.12
Item 2011498.17: W&M Class of 1919 Blanket, circa 1919
A grey-green rough-texture blanket which has "W&M/ '19" sown on the front in gold felt letters.  "VEW" is also sown on the bottom left of the front of the blanket in gold felt letters. The blanket measures approximately 6ft. 11in. (length) x 5ft. 2in. (width) and is in good condition. Both seams at the top and bottom of the blanket are completely unraveled with remnants of red loose thread on both ends (bottom left: 4.5in. of red loose thread, bottom right: 2in. and 7.5in. of red loose thread; top left: 7.5in. of red loose thread, top right: 11in. of red loose thread). There is a 0.5in. hole at the bottom left of the blanket above "VEW." Finally there is some wear and tear near the right of the " '19." Transferred by Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.17
Item 2011.551: William and Mary Felt Pillow, circa 1940-1965
One rectangular green wool felt pillow with grey trim and orange lettering. Pillow backing is larger than the centered front piece, with the addition fabric cut into approximately 1in. wide strips for fringe. Pillow front is sewn to the backing with a piece of grey decorative trim featuring a stepped triangle pattern. 'WILLIAM / AND / MARY' is sewn to the pillow front in orange felt letters 1.5in. or .75in. high. Pillow is 19in. (length) x 13.5in. (width) x 1.5in. wide. Pillow is in good condition with minor pitting/holes from insect damage on back and front.  One piece of fringe in upper left corner has several holes and brown discoloration. Another piece of fringe on the lower left side has 1.5in. tear in the middle.  Stiching appears to be very secure with only a few exposed thread pieces on the back. SCRC Purchase. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2011.551
Item 2014.016.3: William and Mary Orange and Black  Pillowcase, circa 1911-1916
One square black felt pillowcase with an orange felt outline on the front. On the inside of the outline "W·M·C·" for William and Mary College is stitched in orange. Above that is an orange felt outline of a pennant. Inside the pennant “‘16" stitched in black felt. The pillowcase also has black fringes that measure approximately 2.5in. The pillow is approximately 20in. (length) x 20in. (width) and is in excellent condition with four 9in. creases where the pillow has been folded. Transferred from Alumni Association. UA 2014.016.03
Item 2014.016.4: William and Mary Blanket, circa 1970s-1980s
One wool green blanket that has a grey wool trim. The blanket also features the William and Mary Seal embroidered in gold and set against a gray circular background in the center of the blanket. "COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY" is embroidered in gold in an arch above the seal and "1693" is embroidered in gold in an arch below the seal. There is a black and gold tag on the left side of the blanket that reads "Artcraft /Manufacturing Co./ II Campau Ave, N.W./Grand Rapids/Michigan/ 100% Wool" in gold writing. The blanket measures approximately 4ft. 7in. (width) x 6ft. (width) and is in good condition. There is a 17in. conglomeration of stains on the gray wool trim on the bottom right of the blanket. Transferred by Alumni Association. UA 2014.016.04
Classification 2: Floor Coverings
Artifacts originally created as portable or temporary coverings for indoor or outdoor floors.  This classification includes rugs and carpeting but not permanently attached tile or linoleum, which are included in Building Components.
Item 2011.734.2: Nemzetközi Sport Film Fesztival Mat, circa 1980s
One brown and ivory mat with 3in. brown yarn fringe. Brown center of mat features ivory woven image of a Greek discus thrower, and ivory mat border features brown woven words "BUDAPESTI, NEMZETKOZI, SPORTFILM, FESTZITVAL." Mat meaures 26.5in. (length) x 18.25in. (width). Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113459183/. Gift of Rene A. Henry; transferred by Christopher Wilson, Department of Kinesiology & Health Sciences. Located in Textiles S1 SS8.UA 2011.734.02
Classification 3: Furniture
Artifacts originally created to answer the physical requirements and comforts of people in their living and work spaces.  This classification includes desks, tables, beds, chairs, and outdoor furniture, but it excludes appliances and tools such as washing machines and ladders.
Sub-classification 1: Furniture Sets
Matched groupings of artifacts originally created to meet the basic furniture needs of a specific area such as a nursery or bedroom.  Note: Other terms also may be used to represent specific set components from other Furniture sub-classifications, e.g., Seating Furniture, Supporting Furniture.
Sub-classification 2: Seating Furniture
Artifacts originally created to allow one or more persons to sit upon or support a portion of their body, as is the case of foot-stools.  Seating furniture includes both indoor and outdoor furniture and may be stationary pieces such as slipper chairs or allow for some movement such as rocking chairs.  This classification includes upright furniture that adjusts to a reclining position, but non-adjustable furniture that is designed for reclining is included in Sleeping and Reclining Furniture.
Sub-classification 3: Sleeping and Reclining Furniture
Artifacts originally created to allow one or more persons to lay down or recline.  Component parts of beds such as headboards and footboards are also included in this sub-classification.
Sub-classification 4: Storage and Display Furniture
Artifacts originally created to store, protect, and sometimes display items by means of an encasement with such features as shelves, drawers, cubbyholes, and doors.  This sub-classification does not include furniture created to store food, which is listed in Food Storage Equipment.
Item  2002.069: Bookplates, undated
Various metal bookplates attached to wooden flat-boards which belonged to the Botetourt Bibliographical Society. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2002.069
Sub-classification 5: Support Furniture
Artifacts originally created to support and sometimes store or display items without encasement, to function as steps, or to serve as horizontal surfaces for such activites as working or dining.
Sub-classification 6: Other Furniture
Artifacts that do not meet the definitions of this classification's other sub-classifications.  This sub-classification includes such artifacts as mirrors or screens.
Classification 4: Household Accessories
Artifacts originally created to be placed in or around a building for the convenience of people to enhance, complement, or facilitate the maintenance of their environment.  This classification includes: small furnishings, such as card receivers; non-furniture artifacts used for storage and display, such as boxes; and objects that protect furniture such as antimacassars.  This classification does not includ furnishings intended primarily to communicate; they are classified as Art.  Nor does this classification include devices used in productive housekeeping activity such as cooking or maintenance.  Curtains are included in Window and Door Coverings.
Sub-classification 1: Containers For Smoking and Tobacco
Artifacts originally created to hold tobacco or smoking equipment or to serve as receptacles for tobacco-related waste such as ashes.  Artifacts used by individuals to store smoking-related items on their persons are included in Personal Gear.
Item 1994.025: Musical Football Ashtray, circa 1970-1990
One plastic black ashtray. A brown football with green and gold laces is in the center. The ashtray plays the College of William and Mary's Alma Mater.  The ashtry is 7in (width). As of April 13, 2010, the music box components were functioning.  A recording of the ashtray is available at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ly_rlbhvARM. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1994.025
Item 2010.121: William and Mary Ashtray, undated
One black ceramic William and Mary ashtray with gold trim. There is a College of William and Mary seal made of pewter that is 2in. in diameter on the upper left corner of the ashtray. It is approximately 7.25in. x 7.25in. x 1.75in. and is in good condition  and weighs 2 pounds. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 13. UA 2010.121
Item 2011.242: William and Mary Bronze Ashtray with Indian, circa 1925-1943
One bronze ashtray with a Native American relief in the center and a depiction of the Wren Building and yard above his headdress. On the bottom of the ashtray is a "K" with an "&" and "co." inside an "O." The ashtray was made by the Kronheimer Oldenbusch (K & O) company. It was once owned by Ethel Blanks Irvine, class of 1931 at the College of William and Mary. It is approximately 4 in. x 3.75 in. It is in fair condition with some corrosion around the left eye and the right side of the Indian's headdress. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.242
Sub-classification 2: Decorative Furnishings
Artifacts originally created primarily for decorative purposes. Decorative articles may have a secondary functional use, such as a plate, but their intended use is for display.  Decorative ornaments used for special occasions are icluded in Holiday Objects and Party Accessories. Note: Terms from Art also may be used, as appropriate.
Item 1982.021: Silver Plate with College Seal, 1934
This plate was presented to the College by Professor E.C. Branchi in 1934. It was hand-hammered by silversmiths in Chile. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 11. UA 1982.021
Item 1989.018: Wedgwood Plate, 1989
One blue jasper-ware plate made by Wedgwood. The plate shows scenes of London on top, the bottom reads "Presented to the College of William and Mary, Charter Day, 11th Febrary 1989, Bernard Weatherill, Speaker". Weatherill was Speaker of the House of Commons. The plate is 8.25in. in diameter. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1989.018
Item 1989.141: Glorious Revolution Commemorative Plates, 1989
2-English china plates. One reads "Tercentenary of the Glorious Revolution" with pictures of Queen Elizabeth II, King William, Queen Mary, the Lord Chancellor, and the Speaker of the House of Commons. The second plate reads "300 Years of Anglo-Dutch Friendship and Co-operation" with pictures of King William, Queen Mary, Queen Beatrix, and Queen Elizabeth. The plates are 10.875in. in diameter. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1989.141
Item 1991.034: China Bowl, 1981
One white English bone china bowl trimmed with gold, bearing the college coat of arms in green and gold.An inscription on the bottom states that the bowl was made for the Society of the Alumni by Royal Worcester Company. The bowl is 4in (height) and 9in. in diameter. Images located at https://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/13901000201/, https://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/13924183053/, and https://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/13901011686/.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1991.034
Item 1993.015: Gift from the Drapers' Company, Silver Armada Bowl, 1993
One silver bowl that was presented to the College of William and Mary in honor of the College's Tercentenary in 1993. The engraving around the rim reads: "Presented to the College of William and Mary in Virginia by the Worshipful Company of Drapers of the City of London To Mark the Three Hundredth Anniversary of the College. 1693-1993 and the Endowment of The Drapers' (William and Mary) Tercentennial Award." Originally given to College during a Charter Day dinner on Feb. 12, 1993. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1993.015
Item 1993.042: Leiden University Plate, 1993
One plate that was presented to the College of William & Mary by Leiden University in honor of the College of William & Mary's Tercentenary in 1993. The plate is 8inx12in. Images are available at https://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/13924127425/ and  https://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/13901023982/. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4.UA1993.042
Item 1994.016: Gift from South Bank University London, Plate, circa 1993
One plate that was presented to the College of William and Mary by South Bank University London in honor of the College of William and Mary's Tercentenary in 1993. The seal of South Bank University is depicted on the plate. The plate is 8inx12in. An image is available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/545133340/. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1994.016
Item 1995.021: Princeton University Pewter Plate, 1993
one pewter plate with Princeton Tiger logo engraved. The plate is 5in. in diameter. Gift from the Sons and Daughters of Princeton University to the College for its 300th Anniversary. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1995.021
Item 1999.036: Porcelain Pin Tray, undated
One porcelain tray decorated with scene of the front campus at William and Mary. Presented to the College by Mildred Inman Packer (class of 1925) in 1978. Transfered from the Muscarelle Museum. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1999.036
Item 2007.019: The President's Council, Silver Plate
One silver plate. It is engraved with the name "Miss D. Elaine Lewis." It is 7in. Manufactured by Wilton, Columbia, Pennsylvania. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2007.019
Item 2008.40: William and Mary Plate, circa 1963-1993
One white plate with green and gold along the rim and the College seal at the top of the plate.Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2008.40
Item 2009.289: College of William and Mary Alumni Plate of J. Edward Zollinger, Class of 1927, 1973
One silver College of William and Mary Alumni Plate that was given to J. Edward Zollinger, Class of 1927 and member of the College's Board of Visitors from 1966 to 1976. The plate was engraved in 1973. The obverse of the plate is engraved with the Wren Building and yard along with "The College of William and Mary" in gold. The reverse of the plate is engraved with "College of William and Mary Alumni Plate, issued by the Society of the Alumni, Solid Sterling Sliver, Inlaid with 24KT Gold, Limited Edition, Sir Christopher Wren Building, #213, 1973."  The plate is approximately 8in. in diameter. The plate is in good condition with some scuff marks on the reverse. Gift of Frances Zollinger White. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.289
Item 2009.290: William and Mary President's Council Box of J. Edward Zollinger, Class of 1927, undated
One pewter box that was once owned by J. Eward Zollinger, Class of 1927 and a member of William and Mary's Board of Visitors from 1966-1976. The lid of the box is engraved with a depiction of the Wren Building and "William & Mary, The President's Council." The bottom of the box is engraved "Shirley, Williamsburg Virginia, Homemade." The box was made by Shirley of Williamsburg run by Shirley Robertson, Master Pewterer of Williamsburg. The box is in good condition with some scratches and scuff marks. Gift of Frances Zollinger White. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.290
Item 2009.493: William and Mary Souvenir Plate, undated
One ceramic souvenir plate featuring the Wren Building of the College of William and Mary in the center of the plate. Also featured are some of the other buildings associated with historic Williamsburg, Virginia including Bruton Parish Church, the Capitol Building, and the Powder Horn. The back of the plate is marked Jonroth England, Old English Staffordshire Ware. The plate was made by Adams Potteries of Staffordshire, England and imported by P.H. Hudson and Bro., Williamsburg, Virginia. The plate is approximately 10in. in diameter and in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.493
Item 2011498.19: William and Mary 300th Anniversary Lenox Commemorative Plate, circa 1993
A beige decorative plate which contains gold trim on the outer edge and inner circle of the plate. In the center of the plate is the William and Mary seal in gold  with "WILLIAM & MARY" written in gold in an arch above it and "1693-1993" written in an arch below it. On the back of the plate in the center is written "PRESIDENTAL COLLECTION/ LENOX/MANSFIELD/© LENOX/ MADE IN U.S.A." in gold. The plate measures approximately 10.5in. in diameter and is in good condition. There are rust-colored spots of discoloration on the outer rim, inner circle, back outer edge, and  back bottom edge of the plate. Transferred by the Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.19
Item 2011498.20: William and Mary 300th Anniversary Lenox Commemorative Plate, circa 1993
A beige decorative plate which contains gold trim on the outer edge and inner circle of the plate. In the center of the plate is the William and Mary seal in gold  with "WILLIAM & MARY" written in gold in an arch above it and "1693-1993" written in an arch below it. On the back of the plate in the center is written "PRESIDENTAL COLLECTION/ LENOX/MANSFIELD/© LENOX/ MADE IN U.S.A." in gold. The plate measures approximately 10.5in. in diameter and is in good condition. There are rust-colored spots of discoloration on the outer rim, inner circle, back outer edge. Transferred by the Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.20
Sub-classification 3: Furniture Coverings
Artifacts originally created as a protective and often decorative cover for furniture.  This sub-classification does not include bedcovers, which are included in Bedding, or tablecloths, which are included in Food Services Accessories.
Sub-classification 4: Horticultural Containers
Artifacts originally created to hold living plants, cut specimens, or bulbs in the home.  Horticultural containers can be purely functional or serve in a decorative capacity, either as the original container or as a vessel used to conceal the original container.
Sub-classification 5: Storage and Display Accessories
Artifacts, too small to be considered furniture, originally created to store or display such items as small furnishings, articles of clothing, works of art, and household linens either on walls, floors, or horizontal surfaces such as tables.  Large or more substantial storage and display pieces are include in Storage and Display Furniture. Other storage objects are included in Food Preperation Accessories, Toilet Articles, and other classifications featuring the objects they contain.
Sub-classification 6: Other Household Accessories
Household accessories that do not meet the definitions of this classification's other sub-classifications. This sub-classification includes artifacts used to control pests, dispense fragrance, and facilitate certain activities in the home such as tightening rope beds.This sub-classification does not include objects listed in such classifications and sub-classifications as Toilet Articles, Maintenance T&E, Regulative and Protective T&E, Art and Holiday Objects.
Classification 5: Lighting Equipment
Artifacts originally created to provide illumination.  This classification includes lighting accessories such as candlesnuffers and wick trimmers, general purpose portable lighting devices such as kerosene lanters, and specialized fixtures such as streetlamps and theater lighting devices.
Sub-classification 1: Lighting Devices
Artifacts originally created to shield and protect a burning substance such as oil, or that are connected to an energy source such as electricity. Lighting devices may be free-standing, portable, or fixed in place. Exposed forms of illumination are included in Lighting Holders.
Sub-classification 2: Lighting Holders
Artifacts originally created to hold or support an unshielded exposed flame.  Shielded forms of illumination are included in lighting Devices.
Item 1983.117: Candelabrum, 1968
One silver candelabrum that  was given to the College of William and Mary by the Drapers' Company of London in honor of the College's 275th anniversary in 1968. The candelabrum was designed by London silversmith Leslie Durbin. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/501502142/. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1983.117
Sub-classification 3: Other Lighting Accessories
Lighting artifacts that do not meet the definitions of this classification's other sub-classifications.  This sub-classification includes artifacts originally created as functional or decorative components of lamps or fixtures; as controls for illumination sources, either through mechanical means or throught the ignition or extinguishing or buring substances; or to service lamps or fictures.  This sub-classification also includes artifacts originally created to be burned as a source of illumination or to produce artificial light in lighting devices.
Item 1983.125: Candlesticks, undated
2-brass candlesticks given by the Canterbury Association. The candlesticks were formerly used in the chapel in the Wren Building. Transferred from the chapel in the Wren Building. The candlesticks are 18.25in (height). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1983.125
Item 2010.417: Support Gene Nichol Candlestick, February 2008
One wax candlestick with aluminum foil that was used at an event to support College of William and Mary President Gene R. Nichol after his contract was not renewed by the Board of Visitors. It is approximatley 4.5 in. (lenght) and is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.417
Classification 6: Temperature Control Equipment
Artifacts originally created to enable people to control the temperature of their immediate environment according to their needs.  This classification does not include devices to control temperature for purposes other than human comfort, as is the case with bake ovens and kilns.  Nor does it include relatively permanent structural parts of a building, such as fireplaces or flues or whole-structure systems for environmental control; such items are included in Building Components.
Sub-classification 1: Firemaking Equipment
Artifacts originally created to produce or assist in producing fire, or to serve as a source of fuel.  This sub-classification includes matchbooks, charcoal, and tinderpistols.  It does not include lighters, which are included in Smoking and Recreational Drug Equipment.
Sub-classification 2: Heating and Cooling Equipment
Artifacts originally created to heat or cool individual spaces by burning substances, by connection to an energy source such as electricity or by hand-operated devices.  Whole-structure heating and cooling systems and humidity control devices are included in Environmental Control Elements.
Sub-classification 3: Heating Equipment Accessories
Artifacts originally created to assist in the management of fire within a stove or fireplace, including tools and their associated holders, protective screens and doors, supports, and radiant surfaces.  This sub-classification also includes functional components of stoves (whether heating stoves or cookstoves) as well as artifacts originally created to store supplies of fuel or tinder or contain burning substances for use in igniting fires.  Structural components of fireplaces such as flues and chimney hoods are included in Environmental Control Elements.
Classification 7: Window and Door Coverings
Artifacts originally created to cover or adorn a window, door, or doorway.  This classification does not include relatively permanent structural parts of buildings such as canopies, exterior shutters, and window sashes.  These items are included in Door and Window Elements.
Item 2010.511.3: PBK Tablet Unveiling Curtains, December 5, 1936
One pair of handsewn golden yellow satin curtains (2010.511.03a,b) and 2 copper wire curtain apparatuses (2010.511.03c,d). Note accompanying curtains reads, "Dr. D. W. Davis / Contents: Curtains and apparatus used at the unveiling of the Phi Beta Kappa Tablets, December 5, 1936." Paper records received at the same time as these curtains were added to the Phi Beta Kappa Records (UA 7.002). Gift of Clay Clemens, W&M Dept. of Government Professor. UA 2010.511.03a-d
Category 3: Personal Artifacts
Artifacts originally created to serve the personal needs of an individual as clothing, adornment, body protection, or an aid in grooming.
Classification 1: Adornment
Artifacts originally created to be worn on the human body for ornamentation.  Adornment lacks the communicative aspect of objects listed in the Personal Symbols classification and is more decorative than those listed in the Personal Gear classification.  This classification does not include artifacts created to adorn clothing, which are listed in Clothing Accessories.
Sub-classification 1: Body Adornments
Artifacts originally created as ornaments for parts of the body other than hair.
Item 1980.047: Football Charm, 1909-1910
One small gold charm awarded to Henry Franklin Marrow in 1910 for his outstanding participation as a right guard for the William and Mary football team. Gift of E. Sclater Montague, Amos R. Koontz, and the Epsilon Charge of Theta Delta Chi. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 5.  UA 1980.047
Item  1980.061: Football Charm, 1942
One small, gold-colored charm shaped like a football. It has green writing which says "John Stewart Bryan Honorary Captain 1942." There are also green, interlocking initials "W" and "M." Gift of Tennant Bryan of Richmond, VA. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 5. UA 1980.061
Item 1994.080.2: 13 Society Charm of J. Wilfred Lambert, 1935
One gold charm that was given by the secret society "13" to William and Mary psychology professor and administrator J. Wilfred Lambert. The charm is shaped like a clover with a skull and crossbones in one leaf, a 1 in the second leaf, and a 3 in the third leaf. The reverse of the charm reads "Lambert, 35." It is approximately 1in. x 0.75in and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 24. UA 1994.080.2
Item 1998.014: William and Mary Temporary Tattoos, 1997
4-temporary tattoos each as the letters "W" and "M" and two feathers in green and yellow. Purchased at the Alumni Society gift shop for $2.50. The tattoos are approximately 1.5in.x1in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 10. UA 1998.014
Item 2011.498.1: College Seal Sterling Silver Ring, 1940s
One sterling silver ring with translucent plastic oval inset and silver seal of the College.  Plastic inset secured with four silver prongs to a decorated setting with incised triangles and lines in a vaguely art deco design. Underside of setting is decorated with an incised curvilinear pattern. Plastic inset and seal are secured with a slotted screw.  Thin metal band soldered to ring underside and stamped with 'STERLING.' Ring setting measures .875in. (length) x .625in. (width), and overall length (setting and band) measures .9375in. Ring was given as a favor at a dance hosted by Richmond Polytechnic Institute. Donation of Jean Clarke, Class of 1947; transferred from Alumni Association. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2011.498.01
Item 2011.585.8: Wooden Bead Necklace with Carved Pendant, circa 2008
One brown leather cord necklace with wood beads and wooden pendant. Wood beads measure 0.375in. and necklace measures 20in. long overall. Carved wood pendant measures 3.75in. x 1.5in. and is painted in gold and purple on all sides with "Funky 4" "Fanatics" "Four Dog" "Flip Mode" and "ZM2". ZMM signifies Zeta Mu Mu, which is the Williamsburg graduate chapter of Omega Psi Phi. Necklace carved for the W&M chapter by a Charlottesville graduate. circa 2008. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967376096/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113453341/. Gift of Alpha Delta Sigma Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2011.585.08
Item 2013.282.3: Earl Gregg Swem Earrings, 2000s
One pair of earrings featuring a silver square shape. Within the silver square on the front is a picture of Earl Gregg Swem. On the back of the earrings within the silver square is a Google Map pinpoint location for Earl Gregg Swem Library. These earrings were crafted by Anne Sharp and given to Amy Schindler. The earrings are approximately 0.75in. (length) x 0.75in. (width) and in excellent condition. Gift of Amy Schindler. UA 2013.282.03
Sub-classification 2: Hair Adornments
Artifacts originally created as ornaments for hair, as implements for securing a hairstyle, or as artificial substitutes for hair.
Item 2009.020.8: John Stewart Bryan Yule Log Barrister Wig, 1934-1942
One white traditional colonial (barrister) Mens full-bottomed wig worn at the Yule Log Ceremony at the College of William and Mary. It is made of horse hair into 3 sections. The inside of the wig has a label that reads "Van Horn and Son, Theatrical Costumers, Philadelphia, PA #0137." 19in. (length). It is is in fair condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 62. UA 2009.020.8
Item 2009.021.1: John Stewart Bryan Peruke Wig, circa 1940
One colonial peruke wig with Gray hair and a black ribbon worn by College President John Stewart Bryan. The wig is made of horse hair. It is in good condition. Image(s) available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/3389156169/. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 61. UA 2009.021.1
Classification 2: Clothing
Artifacts originally created as coverings for the human body. This classification includes all forms of garments and also accessories such as belts or cuff links.
Sub-classification 1: Clothing Accessories
Articles of clothing worn on the hands, arms, or neck, and artifacts originally created for the securement, protection, or adornment of clothing.  This sub-classification does not include artifacts used for the minor care of clothing, which are listed in Clothing Care Artifacts.
Series 1: Belt Buckles
Item 1989.022: Belt Buckle, circa 1920
One round belt buckle decorated with the words "College of William and Mary" and the College seal featuring a Greek temple. The belt buckle is roughly 2in. in diameter. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 10. UA 1989.022
Item 1994.013: William and Mary Belt Buckles
2-identical rectangular buckles measuring 3in.x1.75in. The words "William & Mary" and "Fighting Virginians" appear in raised block print around a figure of an Indian in a headdress. The back is labeled "H.B.F. CW." There is also a $5.00 price sticker. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 18.UA 1994.013
Item 1994.014: William and Mary Belt Buckle, circa 1940
One copper belt buckle, roughly 3in.X1.5in. It is marked "W.&M." in large raised letters. The back has the words "M.C. Rowland 1024 Race St. Philadelphia" engraved in block letters. Identical to UA 1994.087 but with less oxidation. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 17. UA 1994.014
Item 1994.087: William and Mary Belt Buckle, circa 1940
One copper belt buckle, roughly 3in.x 1.5in. It is marked "W.&M." in large raised letters. The back has the words "M.C. Rowland 1024 Race St. Philadelphia" engraved in block letters. Identical to UA 1994.014 but with more oxidation. Gift of Mrs. Andre Goetz. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 19.  UA 1994.087
Item 2009.097: "Fighting Virginians" Belt Buckle, undated
One silver belt buckle engraved with "William & Mary Fighting Virginians". In the middle of the belt buckle there is a head of a Native American. The buckle is 3.5in.x 2in. and is in good condition. The buckle was once owned by Herbert Thorpe. This belt buckle was originally produced in the 1920s and replicas were again sold in the late 1970s. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 23. UA  2009.097
Item 2011.124: William & Mary Silver Belt Buckle, undated
One silver belt buckle featuring the College Coat of Arms and "William & Mary" engraved above the seal. The grass on the seal is painted green and the "W" and "Y" of William & Mary are painted gold. The buckle was made by Jenkins Jewelers of Baltimore, Maryland. It measures 2.875in.x 1.75in. The buckle is in fair condition with some chips at the top of the buckle and some wear on the reverse. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 20. UA  2011.124
Series 2: Shoe Buckles
Item 1980.057: George Wythe Buckle, circa 1800
One buckle once owned by George Wythe. It was converted into a brooch. The buckle is of a silver-colored metal and has forty-three square-cut ruby-colored rhinestones or stones. There are spaces where three are missing. It is generally believed the stones were added after Wythe's connection to the buckle. The central bar of the buckle is also missing, though the sockets for it remain. A modern steel pin assembly has been soldered onto the back. Images are available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/577673101/in/photostream/. This item was received from J. Gordan Bohanan. It belonged to his first wife's family, the Taliaferros. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 5. UA 1980.057
Item 2009.020.9: John Stewart Bryan Yule Log Shoe Buckles, 1934-1942
One pair of black with brass leather colonial reproduction shoe buckles that were used by John Stewart Bryan for the Yule Log Ceremony at the College of William and Mary. The buckles are 3.5in. x 3in. They are in fair condition. Located in TextilesS1 SS8, Box 33. UA 2009.020.9
Series 3: Ties
Item 1991.019: William and Mary Tie, 1982
One navy blue tie decorated with the college's coat of arms and white and yellow stripes; sold by Society of the Alumni; came in a box decorated with the Wren Building cupola and weather vane. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 1991.019
Item 1998.001: Necktie of Wilfred Lambert, circa 1981
Striped Countess Mara tie, owned and worn by Lambert in his portrait by David Silvette in 1981. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2929675336/. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 14.  UA 1998.001
Item 2010.193.7: Dark Blue Olympic Necktie
A dark blue tie that features an image of a woman that is holding a trident and a torch, while riding a chariot, embroidered in gold in the center. Below the image of the woman, the Olympic logo is embroidered in gold. The tie also features a black tag on the back that reads "CLUB TIE CO. /LANSDOWNE RD. /LONDON, E18.2AX/ TEL.019895259/MADE IN ENGLAND/100% POLYESTER FIBRE." The tie is approximately 27in. and is in good condition. Gift of Rene A. Henry. UA 2010.193.07
Item 2010.193.8: Burgundy Olympic Necktie
A burgundy silk tie that features what looks like the outline of the letter "N" in white intertwined with the Olympic logo in white at the bottom of the front of the tie. On the back of the tie there is a black tag. "Aee Silk" is embroidered on the tag in white cursive script. The tie is approximately 28in. and is in good condition. Gift of Rene A. Henry. UA 2010.193.08
Item 2010.193.9: Blue Olympic USA  Necktie With Capitol Building
A dark blue tie that has "USA" with the Olympic logo beneath it, both in beige, going diagonally down the bottom front of the tie. At the bottom of the tie there is an image of the Capitol building in faded beige with "USA" written in beige beneath it. Under "USA” the Olympic logo is depicted shadowed and in beige. The back of the tie features a white tag that has "Designs by Anthony" embroidered in gray in cursive script. There is also a white tag on the inside of the smaller part of the tie that has "100% POLYESTER" printed in black. The tie measures approximately 28in. and is in good condition. Gift of Rene A. Henry. UA 2010.193.09
Item 2010193.10: United States Soccer Federation Necktie
A blue tie that features a seal of the United States Soccer Federation in the middle on the front, and on the middle on the inside of the back. The tie also has red, white and light blue stripes running diagonally down the top and bottom front of the tie. The stripes also run diagonally across the top and bottom of the back of the tie. There is also a light blue, white and red stripe at the tip of the smaller part of the tie in the back. The back of the tie also has a black tag with a golden clasp. The black tag has "GOLDEN CLASP/ 100% POLYESTER FABRIC/U.S. PAT. NO. 2,990,551/ by PRINCE CONSORT/ PUT SMALL END THRU LOOP LABLE." sewn in gold. Finally, there is a white tag on the inside of the back of the larger part of the tie that reads “WOVEN EXPRESSLY FOR U.S.S.F." The tie measures approximately 28in. and is in good condition. There is an approximately 0.125in. white stain near the top on the front of the tie. There is also an approximately 1.5in. blue loose thread on the back of the tie. Gift of Rene A. Henry. UA 2010.193.10
Item 2010193.11: Blue Olympic USA Necktie
A dark blue tie that has "USA" in white, with the Olympic logo below it, embroidered on the center of the front and the top and center of the back of the tie. The back of the tie also features a blue tag that has a golden clasp. "GOLDEN CLASP/PRINCE CONSORT/U.S. PAT. NO. 3,958,823" is sewn in gold on the tag. There is also a white tag on the inside of the smaller part of the tie that reads "MADE IN U.S.A/RN17699/100% SILK." The tie measures approximately 28in. and is in good condition. Gift of Rene A. Henry. UA 2010.193.11
Item 2010.239: William and Mary Tie with Indian Heads, circa 1970
One black tie with Indian heads on both the back and front of the tie. Ties like this one were part of a surplus that were moved from Blow to W&M Hall around 1970. This particular one belonged to Michael Rawlings, class of 1982, who received the tie as part of the William and Mary cheerleading team around 1978. There is a tag attached to the tie indicating that is was made expressly for the College of William and Mary Athletic Department. The tie is in fair condition with some staining toward the end of the tie. One of the labels on the back of the tie has been ripped off. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2010.239
Series 4: Football, Basketball, and Other Pins
Item 1985.079.4: Football Pin, circa 1925-1936
One brown painted tin pin in the shape of a football that was once owned by Martha Virginia Sleet, class of 1928. The football has a red ribbon attached to it. The football is 1.5in. (width)x2in. (lenght) , and the ribbon is 1in. (width)x 5in. (length). The pin is in good condition with some chips in the paint on the football. Gift of Jack Tharp. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 20. UA 1985.079.4
Item 1985.079.5: Football Pin, circa 1925-1936
One brown painted tin pin in the shape of a football that was once owned by Martha Virginia Sleet, class of 1928. The football has a green, white, and gold ribbon attached to it. The football is 1.5 in (width)x 2in. (length) and the ribbon is 1in. (width)x4in. (length). The pin is in good shape with some chips in the paint on the football. Gift of Jack Tharp. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 17.  UA 1985.079.5
Item 1985.079.6: Basketball Pin, circa 1925-1936
One brown painted tin pin in the shape of a basketball that was once owned by Martha Virginia Sleet, class of 1928. The basketball has a green and gold ribbon attached to it. The basketball is 1.5in. in diameter, and the ribbon is 5in. long. The basketball is in good shape with some chips in the paint, but the ribbon is in poor condition showing tears and fading. Gift of Jack Tharp. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 17. UA1985.079.6
Item 1985.079.8: Football Pin, circa 1925-1936
One gold painted tin pin in the shape of a football that was once owned by Martha Virginia Sleet, class of 1928. The football has a silver ribbon attached to it. The football is 1.5in. (length)x0.75in. (width) , and the ribbon is approximately 1in. long. The pin is in good shape with some fraying on the edges of the ribbon. Gift of Jack Tharp. Located in Dec Obj S2,.SS1, Box 24. UA 1985.079.8
Item 2008.005.7: Gold Pin of Mary Mackey Sainsbury, undated
One gold pin that belonged to William and Mary alum Mary Mackey Sainsbury. The pin has a gold backing with a red letter "E," a white letter "L," and two blue lines that join the "L" to make a letter "K". After the "K" is the number "22" in black. The base is engrave with "The Whitehead & Hoag Co., Neward, N.J."  The pin measures 0.375in.  in diameter and the base measures 0.5in. in diameter. The pin is in fair condition with some scuff marks on the base of the pin.  Gift of Mary Sainsbury. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1.UA 2008.005.7
Item 1991.024: Tietack, circa 1976
One silver tietack featuring the letter "W" interlaced with the letter "M" (cypher). It was designed by Charles Eugene (Mike) Stousland of Oxford, OH and sold by the Alumni Society. Housed in a box marked with a sticker from Stousland Sheet Metal. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 15. UA 1991.024
Item 1994.077.2: James Blair Statue Robe Ensemble - Collar, circa 1993
One white collar that was part of the robe ensemble used on the model to sculpt the statue of James Blair, statue by Lewis Caben.Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 56.  UA 1994.077.2
Item 1994.077.5: James Blair Statue Robe Ensemble - Cummerbund, circa 1993
One black nylon cummerband that was part of the robe ensemble used on the model to sculpt the statue of James Blair, statue by Lewis Caben. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 57. UA 1994.077.5
Item 2007.030b: Gentlemen of the College Cuff Links, circa 1992-2006
One pair of cuff links. They are in excellent condition and likely never worn. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 998. UA 2007.030
Item 2007.077.2: Yellow Plume from a Marching Band Hat, circa 1990
One yellow feather plume that was placed on top of Marching Band hats at the College of William and Mary. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 54.  UA 2007.077.2
Item 2009.020.5: John Stewart Bryan Yule Log Cravat, 1934-1942
One white linen and machine-made lace cravat worn by President John Stewart Bryan at Yule Log ceremonies at the College. It is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 32. UA 2009.020.5
Item 2009.020.7: John Stewart Bryan Yule Log Sash, 1934-1942
One red sash made of watered silk used by President Bryan during Yule Log ceremonies at the College. It is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 31.  UA 2009.020.7
Item 2009.021.6: John Stewart Bryan Colonial Black Sash, circa 1940
One black sash made of silk crepe that was worn by College President John Stewart Bryan as part of a colonial costume. It is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 30. UA 2009.021.6
Item 2010.743: William and Mary Soccer Scarf, 2010
One green and gold acrylic scarf that was sold during the 2010 season as a fundraiser for the William and Mary men's soccer team's international trip to Brazil in spring 2011. The words "William & Mary Soccer" are stiched in gold and white against a background of green and gold. At the end of the scarf, on both sides, are the words "Tribe Soccer" in green and gold. The scarf was made by Ruffneck Scarfs in the United Kingdom. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 13. UA 2010.743
Item 2011498.25: William and Mary "Six-Footer" Scarf, circa 1940s
A wool scarf that has green, gold, and beige alternating. At both ends of the scarf are tassels of all three colors. there is a tag sown onto the wearer's right side that reads. “THE SIX-FOOTER/MADE EXPRESSLY FOR WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE/100% VIRGINIA WOOL" in red. The scarf measures approximately 5ft. 9in. and is in excellent condition. Related to UA 2011.498.25b.Transferred by the Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.25a
Sub-classification 2: Dresswear and Nightwear
Articles of clothing worn for sleeping, convalescing, bathing, or during dressing when partially dressed or without clothing underneath.  This sub-classification includes garments intended for private wear at home.
Sub-classification 3: Footwear
Artcles of clothing worn on the feet and/or lower legs for protection or cover.  This sub-classification includes boots, shoes, and hosiery that may cover more than the feet or lower legs.
Item 2009.020.6: John Stewart Bryan Yule Log Leg Hose, 1934-1942
One pair of white cotton colonial reproduction leg hose worn during the Yule Log Ceremony at the College of William and Mary. The hose are 32 .5in. x 3in. They are in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 30. UA 2009.020.6
Item 2013.250.1: William and Mary Coat of Arms High Heels, 2013
One pair of yellow pumps with tan interior. The pumps have the William and Mary coat of arms painted in green on the lower right side of the right pump and the lower left side of the left pump. The shoes were made by the Brash brand, but customized by Caitlyn Darnell, Class of 2013 for Commencement. Ms. Darnell wore the shoes to her department's diploma presentation ceremony. The shoes are a size 8 and are in good condition with a 1in. abrasion on the right pump (b) near the painted seal and a 0.125in. loose thread on the right seam above the painted seal. There is also wear on the toe of the right pump and a 7in. yellow stain on the sole of the pump as well as yellow chipping where the sole and the pump meet. There is a 1.125in. abrasion on the toe of the left pump (a) 1.25in. away from the painted seal. There is a 2.5in. dirt and rock stain on the sole of the pump as well as yellow chipping along the edge where the sole and the pump meet. Gift of Caitlyn Darnell, Class of 2013. UA 2013.250.01
Sub-classification 4: Headwear
Articles of clothing worn on the head for protection or cover.
Series 1: Duc Caps, circa 1915-1978
"Duc" caps were beanies worn by first-year students at the College of William and Mary in the twentieth century. The word "duc" was a shortening of the word "introductory" and referred to the introductory courses underclassmen were enrolled in. Students commonly stitched their name on the back of their hat. Additional information is available in the SCRC Wiki: http://scrc.swem.wm.edu/wiki/index.php/Duc_caps.
Item 1982.013: Duc Cap, 1915
Black and orange duc cap of Walter F. C. Ferguson that has been mounted and enclosed in glass. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 19. UA 1982.013
Item 1987.114: Duc Cap of Cameron E. Ogden, 1931
One duc cap in green, gold, and white, with the initials "WM" sown in the front. The cap was used by the class of 1935 when they were Freshman. The initials "CO" are stitched in several places on the cap.Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 37. UA1987.114
Item 1990.056: Duc Cap of Emily Harrell, circa 1938
One gray, green, and gold duc cap that was once worn by Emily Harrell, class of 1942. The front of the cap has green and gold embroidered letters "W" and "M". The brim of the cap is green and gold. The back of the cap is signed Emily Harrell. The cap is 9in. (length) x 5.50in. (width) and is in good condition. Gift of Emily Harrell Lynch. Images available at  http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/4037462314 and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/4037462286. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 36. UA 1990.056
Item 1991.026: Duc Caps, 1964
Two dark green beanies with a gold "W" and a gray "M" on front and gold button on top. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 20. UA 1991.026
Item 1991.029: Duc cap, 1964
Dark green beanie with brim turned up all around. The brim is decorated with a yellow band. There are gray letters "WM" sewn onto the front with gold thread and a gray button on top.Images available at  http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2969848590 and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2969004391. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 19. UA 1991.029
Item 1991.096: Duc Cap, circa 1941
Duc cap from class of 1945 with "Larry Forwood" printed on the back. The cap is a felt beanie, green, gold and grey in color with a green button and brim. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2949729436/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2948876533/. Located in Textiles S1, SS2, Box 17. UA1991.096
Item 1993.001.1: Duc Cap, undated
Gray beanie with green and gold edging with a green button on top. A "W" and "M" is sewn in the front with green and gold stitches.Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2948877893/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2948878001/. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 18. UA 1993.001.1
Item 1993.012: Duc Cap of Grace Duvoisin, 1945
Duc cap beanie worn by freshmen. Gray with WM in green letters with orange stitching. The edge of the cap is striped orange and green. Written on the cap is "Grace Duvoisin". Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2948875897/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2949729086/.Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 16. UA 1993.012
Item 1994.006: Duc Cap, 1942
Green felt beanie with yellow "W" and a white "M" sewn on front, the name "Curt" in white letters sown on back, and a yellow button on top. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2928812357/ . Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 16. UA1994.006
Item 1994.085: Duc Cap, 1923
Black and orange beanie with orange "WM" sown on the front. This duc cap belonged to Andre R. Goetz, class of 1926. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2929675530/. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 16. UA 1994.085
Item 1998.006: Duc Cap, 1944
Gray, orange and green women's beanie Duc cap. WM on front; written name on back "Jean Lochridge".Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2948878133/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2949731566/. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 18. UA 1998.006
Item 1998.021.1: Duc Cap, 1937
Duc Cap for Class of 1937. Beanie with W&M patch (grey background, yellow border, yellow "W" and green "M" . Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2949729666/ and http://www.flickr.com/scrc/2948876735/. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 16. UA1998.021.1
Item 1998.043: Duc Cap, 1934
Duc Cap beanie is green and gray, numeral 34 in gold on front. Name "Louise Rogers" is printed in ink on the inside. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2949730908/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2948877785/. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 18. UA 1998.043
Item 1998.080: Duc Cap, 1934
Green beanie with yellow "W" and gray "M" stitched on front. Yellow button on top. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2948877195/ .Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 17. UA 1998.080
Item 2000.015: Duc Cap, 1950
Duc Cap beanie with football pin and ribbons attached.Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2949729208/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2949729312/. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 17. UA 2000.015
Item 2002.048: Duc Cap, 1951
Green beanie with orange trim and gray button on top. Gray "WM" sown with orange stitches on front. White and blue ribbons pinned to side. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 19. UA 2002.048
Item 2007.014: Duc Cap, circa 1977-1978
Green cloth beanie with a price tag ($.75) attached to the tag inside the hat. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 20. UA 2007.014
Item 2007.015: Duc Cap, circa 1970
Green cloth beanie with "Steve" stitched on the back.Gift of Steve Murden. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 19. UA 2007.015
Item 2008.07: Duc Cap of Eleanor Ramsdell, 1940
A gray duc cap with trim and the letters WM in green and gold.  The owner wrote her name on the back of the cap. Gift of Eleanor Ramsdell, class of 1944. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2948876871/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2948877029/. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 17. UA 2008.07
Item 2009.005: Duc Cap, undated
One green duc cap with a gold border on the brim. On the front of the cap are the letters "WM" in silver stitched with gold. On the back of the cap, the name "HANNAH" is stitched in gold. The cap is 9in. (length) x5.50in. (width) and is in good condition with minor holes. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/4037462334. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 36. UA 2009.00
Item 2009.006: Duc Cap, undated
One green duc cap with a gold border on the brim. On the front of the cap are the letters "WM" in silver stitched with gold. On the back of the cap, the name "SUE" is stitched in gold. The cap is 9in. (length) x5.50in. (width) and is in good condition with minor holes and some fading. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/4036731959 and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/4037462384.  Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 36. UA 2009.006
Item 2010.429: Duc Cap of Jane Harden, circa 1942
One felt gray, green, and gold duc cap that once belonged to Jane Harden Hanson, William and Mary class of 1942. The top of the cap is gray with a green and gold border along the brim of the cap. The cap contains many phrases and drawings, including "Army Brat," "Miss Jane Harden, " '42", "Approved by Good Housekeeping Magazine," and a green and gold "WM". It is in poor condition with several dirty spots and fading of the wool. It is approximately 5 1/4 in diameter. Located in Textiles S1 SS2, Box 37. UA 2010.429
Item 2011.209: Duc Cap of Alan Albert, circa 1965
One green felt duc cap that once belonged to Alan "Al" Albert, class of 1969, while a student at the College of William & Mary. The front of the cap features a gold "W" and a gray "M" stitched into the cap, while the back of the cap is stitched with a black "A". The inside of the cap is lined with leather with a red "Alan Albert" label in the back. The cap was made by Collegiate mfg. co. of Ames, Iowa. The cap is in poor condition with several holes all over the top of the hat and under the brim. The cap is approximately 8 3/4in. (length)  x 13in. (width)  and is a size 7. Located in Textiles S1 SS2. UA 2011.209
Item 2011.367: Orange and Grey Duc Cap, circa 1947
One grey and orange felt duc cap that was used by the student Hugh Moore while a freshman at William and Mary. The front of the cap has a green "bill" and the letters "W" and "M" stiched in green. The back of the hat has "Hugh M. Moore" written in black ink. There is also a green button on top of the hat. The duc cap is in poor condition with one of the stitches in the back completely torn out so back of the hat is not intact. It is approximately 9 3/4in. in diameter. Located in Textiles S1 SS2. UA 2011.36
Item 2011.368: Green and Gold Duc Cap, circa 1940s-1950s
One green felt duc cap with a gold border on the brim that was used by a female freshman student at the College of William and Mary. On the front of the cap are the letters "WM" stitched in gold and there is a grey button on top of the cap. The cap is in fair condition and is approximately 9in. diameter. The button on top of the cap is loose and almost coming off the hat. Located in Textiles S1, SS2. UA 2011.368
Item 2011.369: Green Duc Cap, circa 1940s
One green felt duc cap that was used by a male freshman student at the College of William and Mary. The front of the cap has the letter "W" stitched in gold and the letter "M" stitched in grey. The back of the cap has the name "Don" stitched in yellow. There is also a gold button on top of the cap. It is in fair condition and is approximately 9 1/2in. diameter. Located in Textiles S1 SS2. UA 2011.369
Item 2011498.24: Duc Cap of Edgar J. Fisher, Jr., circa 1938
The Duc Cap of Edgar J. Fisher, class of 1942. A Duc Cap was  traditionally worn by freshmen to the college from 1920-1970. The Duc Cap is gray and gold with green on the brim of the hat and on the button at the top. There is also a green "W" and "M" on the front of the Duc Cap. The Duc Cap has a brown lining on the inside and “Edgar J. Fisher” is stamped in black and written in green marker on the back. The hat is a size 6.75 and was made by the Staunton Novelty Company. The Duc Cap is in good condition. There are signs of wear and tear on the brown lining on the inside of the hat as well as considerable creasing on the front of the brown lining. There are also four holes on the gold section of the Duc Cap on the wearers left. There is an approximately 1in. brown stain on the bottom of the wearer's right and some of the green felt on the button at the top is coming off. Transferred by Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.24
Item 2011.556: Duc Cap of Virginia Armstrong, circa 1937
Beige/grey wool felt duc cap with green and yellow brim, green felt covered metal button top, and green patch letters 'WM' with yellow stitching. Back of hat is inscribed 'Virginia Armstrong' in black marker, just above the brim. Duc cap belonged to Virginia Armstrong (McKinney), Arts and Sciences Class of 1941. Duc cap is in good condition with a few sections of loss of felt creating weakened areas near the brim and above the inscribed name. Small hole at top of hat where button attaches to crown. Spots of lighter/yellow discoloration on exterior under inscription and on brim. Interior has a .75in.  line of black residue. Unrolling brim shows significant damage to the orginial crown color - originially grey, now exposed exterior is beige. Cap measures 7.5in. in diameter when worn and 9.5in.  (length) x 5.5in. (height) when flat. Transferred from Alumni Association. Located in Textiles S1 SS2. UA 2011.556
Item 2012.180.1: Duc Cap of Margaret C. [Murph] Weirick, 1958
Green felt duc cap with yellow edged brim, grey felt "WM," and grey covered metal button on the top. Back of hat has "Murph" embroidered with chain stitching in yellow thread. Gift of Margaret C. Weirick, class of 1962. Transferred from the Margaret C. Weirick Papers (UA 5.162). Located in Textiles S1 SS2.  UA 2012.180.01
Item 2012.400.1: Duc Cap of Denise Rose [Trasatti] Sellers, circa 1970s
1 - green canvas duc cap with yellow felt banding around the brim and gray "WM" sewn onto front of hat crown with yellow thread. Back of crown has a handstitched yellow "D." A plastic name badge pin holds a green paper with typewritten text "DENISE ROSE TRASATTI / GROUP #12." A white star-shaped paper with the text "3rd east" handwritten in green pinned to the side of the brim.  Label inside of hat indicates that it is a size M and identifies the manufacturer as "Collegiate Mfg. Co., Ames - Iowa."  Hat is in fair condition with several holes in the felt banding on the brim. Hat is wrinkled/misshapen due to previous storage and points of the white paper star are crinkled/folded. Gift of Denise Sellers; duc cap was transferred upon receipt from the Denise Sellers Papers (Acc. 2012.400/UA 5.168). Located in Textiles, S1 SS2. UA 2012.400.01
Series 2: Academic Hoods
Item 1986.026: Garrett Dalton's Academic Hood, undated
One academic hood, of Garrett Dalton, for a M.D. degree from the Medical College of Virginia; trimmed in green velvet and lined with black and gold.Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 53. UA 1986.026
Item 1986.027: James Hardy Dillard's Academic Hood, undated
One academic hood owned by James Hardy Dillard; black wool hood lined in maroon but without velvet trim.Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 53. UA 1986.027
Item 1986.028.2: John Stewart Bryan's Black and Gold Academic Hood, circa 1934-1944
One black academic hood with purple velvet lining and an orange interior that belonged to William and Mary President John Stewart Bryan. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 48.  UA 1986.028.2
Item 1986.028.3: John Stewart Bryan's Black and Olive Academic Hood, circa 1934-1944
One black academic hood with purple velvet lining and an olive green and white interior that was once owned by College President John Stewart Bryan. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 48. UA 1986.028.3
Item 1986.028.4: John Stewart Bryan Black and Dark Olive Academic Hood, circa 1934-1944
One black academic hood with purple lining and a dark olive interior that once belonged to College President John Stewart Bryan. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 49.  UA 1986.028.4
Item 1986.028.5: John Stewart Bryan Black and Blue Academic Hood, circa 1934-1944
One black academic hood with yellow velvet lining and a blue and white interior that once belonged to College President John Stewart Bryan.Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 49.  UA 1986.028.5
Item 1986.028.6: John Stewart Bryan Black and Gold Academic Hood, circa 1934-1944
One black academic hood with purple velvet lining and a gold interior that was once owned by College President John Stewart Bryan. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 49. UA 1986.028.6
Item 1986.028.7: John Stewart Bryan William and Mary Academic Hood, circa 1934-1944
One black academic hood with purple velvet lining with a gold, green, and silver interior that was probably used for Commencement Ceremonies at William and Mary. The hood belonged to College President John Stewart Bryan. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 49. UA 1986.028.7
Item 1986.029: Academic Hood, undated
One College of William and Mary academic hood, trimmed with white velvet and lined with green, silver, and gold. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 28. UA 1986.029
Item 1986.030.2: Cecil McCulley's Academic Hood, circa 1945
One academic hood trimmed in blue velvet and lined with blue and white, from Columbia University that was once owned by Cecil McCulley.  Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 48. UA 1986.030.2
Item 1988.010.2: John Lesslie Hall Johns Hopkins Academic Hood, Circa 1888-1928
One black with velvet trim academic hood from Johns Hopkins University that belonged to John Lesslie Hall. The interior of the hood is gold and black. Academic Hood received with Acc. 1988.008. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 45.10.UA 1988.010.2
Item 1988.010.3: John Lesslie Hall's College of William and Mary Hood, circa 1921
One black with purple velvet trim hood from the College of William and Mary that belonged to John Lesslie Hall. The interior of the hood is gold and white. Hall was awarded an honorary degree by William and Mary in 1921. College of William and Mary Hood received with Acc. 1988.008. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 45.10. UA 1988.010.3
Item 1991.081.2: Alvin Duke Chandler's Brandeis University Hood, undated
One black academic hood with purple velvet lining and light blue interior from Brandeis University that once belonged to College of William and Mary President Alvin Duke Chandler when he received an honorary degree from there. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 52. UA 1991.081.2
Item 1991.081.3: Alvin Duke Chandler's College of William and Mary Hood, circa 1951-1960
One black William and Mary hood with purple velvet lining and a green, gold, and silver interior that once belonged to College President Alvin Duke Chandler.  Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 52. UA 1991.081.3
Item 1991.081.4: Alvin Duke Chandler's University of Pennsylvania Hood, undated
One black academic hood with purple velvet lining and a red and blue interior from University of Pennsylvania that once belonged to College of William and Mary President Alvin Duke Chandler when he received an honorary degree from there. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 52.  UA 1991.081.4
Item 1991.081.5: Alvin Duke Chandler's U.S. Naval Academy Academic Hood, circa 1923
One black academic hood with yellow velvet lining and a yellow and blue interior from the U. S. Naval Academy  that once belonged to College of William and Mary President Alvin Duke Chandler when he received his undergraduate degree. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 52. UA 1991.081.5
Item 1993.047A: Joseph Henry Saunders's William and Mary Academic Hood, 1941
One green, sliver, and gold hood used for awarding an honorary degree at the College of  William and Mary to Joseph Henry Saunders. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 38.  UA 1993.047A
Item 1993.047B: Joseph Henry Saunders's Academic Hood, undated
One purple hood from unknown sources that once belonged to Joseph Henry Saunders. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 38. UA 1993.047B
Series 3: Hats/Caps
Item 1980.120: John Stewart Bryan's Chancellor's Hat, 1942-1944
One hat, made of velvet and silk worn by  John Stewart Bryan when he was Chancellor of the College of the College of William and Mary. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 21.  UA 1980.120
Item 1987.019: Painters Cap, 1987
One yellow painters cap with the WM feather logo on top and front and "Go Tribe" on the sides, all written in green; has yellow bill; 99 cent price tag removed. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2969848718/. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 25. UA 1987.019
Item 1988.010.1: John Lesslie Hall's Top Hat, circa 1888-1928
One top hat owned by College of William and Mary professor John Lesslie Hall.  Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 23. UA 1988.010.1
Item 1990.029: Baseball Cap, 1990
One dark green baseball cap; size 7 5/8, with "WM" embroidered on the front, used by baseball team. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2969848872/. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 25. UA 1990.029
Item 1990.043: Swim Team Cowboy Hat, circa 1970
One green velor cowboy hat with a white hat band, size medium. The swim team purchased these cowboy hats to resell as part of a fundraising effort. The venture was not successful, but did eventually break even. Hat about 14in. (length) x 16" 6.5". Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 37. UA1990.043
Item 1990.045: Baseball Cap, circa 1973
One dirty and torn green baseball cap with the letters "WM" marked on the front, used by catcher William "Bill" J. Harris, class of 1973.Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2969004995/. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 25. UA1990.045
Item 1990.059: Baseball Cap, 1977
One baseball cap used by WM baseball team spring 1977; has green bill; crown is partly green mesh and partly yellow fabric; has patch with WM Indian logo. Cap was worn by Jamal Oweis, class of 1979. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2969848248/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545632/. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 24. UA1990.059
Item 1990.070: "Indians" Sun Visors, circa 1975
3-yellow cardboard sun visors, with "Indians" printed on them in green; distributed by Society of the Alumni. Image(s)available at  http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/3085483948/. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 27.  UA 1990.070
Item 1991.027: Tennis Hat, circa 1981
One dirty white tennis hat, with the green numbers "56" on it; significance of hat currently unknown. Located inTextiles S1 SS4, Box 55. UA 1991.027
Item 1991.028: William and Mary '86 Painters Cap, 1986
One white painters cap with the words "WM '86" on the front and "Alumni House" on the back. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 58. UA1991.028
Item 1991.084.5: Joseph Agee Military Uniform Hat, 1951-1953
One green military hat with a dark green silk ribbon cross design that once belonged to Joseph Agee. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 44.  UA1991.084.5
Item 1998.012: Swem Library Baseball Cap, circa 1997-1998
Green baseball cap with white embroidery that shows the Swem logo and name. Worn by students to the capitol in Richmond to lobby the General Assembly for funds ($24 million) to renovate and add to the library. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2969848152/. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 24. UA 1998.012
Item 2000.005: Plastic Baseball Caps, 1996
2-green caps distributed at Class of 1946 50th reunion. Located in Rec Obj S3, Box 1. UA 2000.005.1-2
Item 2004.005: "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" Baseball Cap, circa 2004
Black baseball cap with "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" embroidered on the front in light blue, gray and white; on back is Comedy Central logo in light blue. Cap was sent by Jon Stewart for an exhibit in the Swem Library to mark commencement 2004 when Stewart was the commencement speaker. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2969849616/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2969849744/. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 26. UA 2004.005.
Item 2007.016: William and Mary Class of 1956 Sunvisor, circa 2006
White cloth sun visor with the College's Coat of Arms and "W&M Class of 1956" imprinted in green. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 55. UA 2007.016
Item 2007.033: Chancellor's Hat, circa 1993
Hat worn by Margaret Thatcher during her term as Chancellor of the College of William and Mary. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2968979237/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2968979521/. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 22. UA 2007.033.
Item  2007.055: GALA AIDS Baseball Cap, circa 2006
A green baseball cap with a gold W, red ribbon, and gold M sown on the front. The red ribbon is the symbol of solidarity of people living with HIV/AIDS. Gift of Steve Murden. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2969849222/. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 25. UA 2007.055
Item 2007.056: GALA AIDS, Baseball Cap, circa 2006
A green and beige baseball cap with a gold William, red ribbon, and gold Mary sown on the front. "W&M Alumni Care" is sewn on the reverse in red. The red ribbon is the symbol of solidarity of people living with HIV/AIDS. Gift of Steve Murden. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2969004995/. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 26. UA. 2007.056
Item 2007.073.3: William and Mary Pep Band Visor, circa 2007
One gold visor that was used by a member of the William and Mary Pep Band. On the front of the visor the words "William & Mary Pep Band" are stitched in Green. It is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 27. UA 2007.073.3
Item 2007.077.1: Hat from Marching Band Uniform, circa 1990
White marching band hat with a green and gold band, gold buttons on either side of the brim, a gold chain extending between the buttons across the brim, and gold trim at the front of the brim. Excellent condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 54. UA 2007.077.1
Item 2009.339: Black Hat worn by Kevin Dua during the Thriller Record Breaking Attempt, April 2009
One plastic black hat with felt on top that was worn by Kevin Dua, 2009 Senior Class President, during his attempt to break the world record for the largest Thriller dance group at the College of William and Mary. The event took place on the Sunken Garden on April 19, 2009. The College broke the previous world record of 147 with 242 students, faculty, and staff joining Dua in the attempt. The hat is in poor condition with two 2 1/2in. cracks in the brim. The hat is approximately 12 1/2in.(length) x 11 1/2in. (width). Gift of Kevin Dua. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 69. UA 2009.339
Item 2010.188: William and Mary Baseball Cap, undated
One green felt baseball cap that was used to dress a doll. The brim of the cap is gold with "W & M" written in gold on the front of the cap. It is in good condition and is approximately 1.5in. in diameter. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 34. UA 2010.188
Item 2010.193.1: Beijing 2008 Olympic Baseball Cap, 2008
A red baseball cap with black trim around the brim. The cap features a white decoration sewn onto the front. Below the decoration "Beijing 2008" is sewn on in white. Beneath "Beijing 2008" the Olympics logo is sewn on. The white decoration  is a dancing man based on the Chinese character for 'capitol.' The decoration could represent a sportsman, runner, gymnast, or Chinese dancer. The cap is in excellent condition with  a 1.25in. red loose thread on the inside of the cap near the center. Gift of Rene A. Henry. UA 2010.193.01
Item 2010.193.4: Theta Delta Chi Baseball Cap
A dark blue base ball cap that features the Greek letters Theta Delta Chi in light blue stitched across the outside front of the baseball cap. The baseball cap also has a blue plastic size adjuster in the back. It is made out of nylon and is in fair condition. The baseball cap has suffered distortion. There are five 1-2in. orange paint stains on the inside of the cap going along the front. The inside rim of the hat has suffered discoloration and is now brown where it may have been white.There is also dirt on the plastic size adjustor and one notch in the plastic size adjustor is missing. Gift of Rene A Henry. UA 2010.193.04
Item 2010.369: Green Swem Library Baseball Hat, circa 1997-1998
One green cotton baseball hat with "Swem Library, The College of William and Mary" in white and the Swem window above.The hat was previously owned by Connie McCarthy while Dean of University Libraries. That was made by SCI. The hat is in fair condition with evidence of green fading and is approximately 8 1/2in.  x 11in. Located in Textiles S1 SS4. UA 2010.369
Item  2010.373: White Swem Library Construction Hard Hat, circa 1998-2005
One white plastic hard hat that was used by Connie McCarthy, Dean of University Libraries, during the renovation of Swem Library at the College of William & Mary from 1998-2005. The front of the hat has a sticker with the William & Mary coat of arms and "The College of William & Mary" in green and gold; as well as a black and white sticker with "C. McCARTHY". On one side of the hat is a depiction of a man pushing a wheel, "Swem Library" in green above the picture, and "A Library for a New Century" is written in green below the picture. It is in fair conditon and is approximately 9in.  x 11 5/8in. Located in Textiles S1 SS4. UA 2010.373
Item 2010.374: Gold Swem Library Construction Hard Hat, circa 1998-2005
One gold plastic hard hat that was used by Connie McCarthy, Dean of University Libraries, during the renovation of Swem Library at the College of William & Mary from 1998-2005. The front of the hat features a figure reading a book against a blue background. The hat is in fair condition and is approximately 7 3/4in. x 10 1/8in. Located in Textiles S1 SS4. UA. 2010.374
Item 2010.640: Theta Delta Chi Baseball Hat, circa 1978-1982
One blue nylon hat with the Greek letters Theta, Delta, and Chi that once belonged to Charles Kendrick, class of 1982, while a member of the fraternity and student at the College of William and Mary. The hat itself is dark blue, while the stiched letters are of a light blue color. It is in poor condition with a lot of wear and dirt around the brim of the hat. It is approximately 7in.  x 11 1/2in. Located in Textiles S1 SS4. UA 2010.640
Item 2011498.13: "William and Mary Indians" Cowboy Hat, circa 1960s-1970s
A green cowboy hat that features a green "W and "M" outlined in gold on the front. There is a gold and white trim separating the top of the hat from the brim. Inside the gold and white trim "WILLIAM AND MARY INDIANS" is embroidered in green. There is a gold feather, as well as smaller red, green, and black feathers, tucked into the side of the hat on the wearer's left. The inside of the hat has a white tag that indicates that the hat is a size medium and was made in the United States. The hat is in excellent condition. Transferred by the Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.13
Item 2011.603.1: Green W&M Baseball Cap with AIDS Ribbon, circa 2005
Green cotton and Polyester baseball cap. Front of cap machine-embroidered with letters "W" and "M" in yellow thread and an AIDS awareness ribbon in red thread. The red ribbon is the sumbol of solidarity of people living with HIV/AIDS. cypher in gold thread. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113451823/. Gift of Frank Edwards, Class of 1985. Located in Textiles S1 SS4. UA 2011.603.01
Item 2011.603.2: Green and Khaki William & Mary Baseball Cap with AIDS Ribbon, circa 2005
Green and tan brushed cotton canvas baseball cap. Front of cap machine-embroidered with "William Mary" in yellow thread and an AIDS awareness ribbon in red thread. Reverse of hat machine-embroidered with "W&M Alumni Care." The red ribbon is the symbol of solidarity of people living with HIV/AIDS. Made in the USA by Classic Sportswear, Inc, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967374866/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113452427/. Gift of Frank Edwards, Class of 1985. Located in Textiles S1 SS4. UA 2011.603.02
Item 2011.735.1: Green and Khaki Cipher Baseball Cap, circa 2005
One green cotton and khaki suede baseball cap with a gold College of William and Mary logo. Front of cap machine-embroidered with "WM" royal cypher in gold thread. Made in the USA by University Square Industries, Inc., in Bridgeville, Pennsylvania. 8in. (length) x 4.5in. (height) x 8in. (width). Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113451563/. Gift of Steven Murden, Class of 1974. Located in Textiles S1 SS4. UA 2011.735.01
Item 2013.005.2: 4jit Forgit Films Baseball Hat, circa 2000s
Khaki colored cotton baseball hat with the movie projector logo for "4jit/Forjit Films LLC." Hat was manufactured in Cambodia. The hat was received at the same time as documents in the Writing Resources Center Administrative Records series of the Department of English Records (UA 205). Transferred by Sharon Zuber. Located in Textiles, S1,SS4. UA 2013.005.02
Item 2013.177.1: VIMS Bucket Hat, 2013
Navy blue cotton canvas bucket hat with "VIMS VIRGINIA INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCE" stitched in white thread at the front. Hat measures 11.75 in. (length) x 4.5 in. (height) and is in excellent, unworn condition. Gift of Bruce Christian. Located in Textiles S1 SS4. UA 2013.177.01
Item 2013.282.2: "Eat, Sleep, Swem" Baseball Cap, 2000s
One black baseball cap featuring the interstate symbols for food and hotels as well as the logo for Swem Library stitched in white on the front. "Eat, Sleep, Swem" are stitched in white above each corresponding symbol. The baseball cap is a one size fits all and is in excellent condition. Gift of Amy Schindler. UA 2013.282.02
Item 2012.081.1: Latin American Student Union Headscarf, 2011
W&M Latin American Student Union headscarf. Large triangular headscarf. Machine-made cotton or polyester, white. in good condition with some stains. Headscarf comes from a 2011 Latin American Student Union event where several group members wore scarves in the Sunken Gardens during the group's first awareness week. The scarves were meant to imitate those worn by the group known as the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo in Argentina. This is an association of Argentine mothers whose children "disappeared" during the Dirty War of the military dictatorship between 1976 and 1983. Latin American Student union members, wearing these scarves, answered questions abut the disappeared and related human rights matters in Latin America. Approx. 44in. (length) x 28.5in. (width). Donated by Jessica Fernanda Chilin-Hernández, Class of 2012. Located in Textiles S1 SS4. UA 2012.081.01
Sub-classification 5: Main Garments
Articles of clothing worn as normal indoor or temperate outdoor public wear to cover parts of the body, exclusive of accessories, footwear, and headwear.
Series 1: Shirts and T-shirts
Subseries 1: Event T-shirts and Shirts
Item 1989.120: T-shirt for the Epson Ivy Bowl, 1989
T-shirt commemorating the Epson Ivy Bowl football game between WM and the Japanese all-star team which took place in Japan on Jan. 8, 1989; shirts were made by Dough Morton and distributed to those on the train in route to Kyoto to watch the game. Image available at  http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545354/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 2. UA 1989.120
Item 1991.011: Virginia Shakespeare Festival T-shirt, 1978
A bright yellow t-shirt with black lettering advertising the 1978 Virginia Shakespeare Festival. On the front appears "Virginia Shakespeare Festival, July 21 - August 20, 1978." On the back appears "The Taming of the Shrew, Twelfth Night, Romeo and Juliet." Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2295752301/http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/229654372/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 3. UA 1991.011
Item 1991.016: William and Mary Homecoming T-shirt, 1979
One bright yellow t-shirt, size medium, decorated with a take-off on the coat-of-arms, a sun smiling on a group of teepees bearing different class years, and the words "William and Mary Homecoming 1979". Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545414/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 3. UA 1991.016
Item 1992.009: William and Mary Football Game T-Shirt, 1980
T-shirt from the Society of the Alumni sponsored trip to Boston for a WM/Harvard football game. Green shirt with gold lettering reading "WM The Indians have come for real this time ... and we don't mean for tea! Boston trip 1980", size XL 45-48. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2295752491/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 4. UA 1992.009
Item 1993.051: William and Mary Tercentenary T-Shirt, 1993
White t-shirt with colorful timeline of the College of William and Mary. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545644/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 4. UA 1993.051
Item 1994.003: Charter Week T-Shirt, 1993
White t-shirt with green lettering "Charter Week 1993 How to Age 300 Years in One Week". Designed by Meg Thomas, assistant to Martha Hamilton-Phillips, Tercentenary Office for Tercentenary Office Staff. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545780/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 5. UA 1994.003
Item 1994.075: Physics Olympiad T-Shirt, 1993
White with green "WM 1693-1993 300". Logo and blue Busch Gardens logo. "International Physics Olympiad, Williamsburg, Virginia, USA". Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545766/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 5. UA 1994.075
Item 2007.032: Tercentenary T-shirt, 1993
Purple t-shirt with green and gold logo "1693-1993  300." Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2349490641/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 7. UA 2007.032
Item 2007.049: Homecoming T-shirt, 2000
A beige, adult size large t-shirt from the College of William and Mary's homecoming festivities. The front reads "College of William and Mary HOMECOMING 2000" in green in the upper corner. The back reads "year 2000 BACK to the FUTURE Homecoming 2000 - October 26-29 Society of the Alumni College of William and Mary" in green and maroon. Gift of Charles Kendrick, class of 1982. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 8. UA2007.049
Item 2007.051: Homecoming T-shirt, 1996
A cream colored t-shirt that reads "College of William & Mary Homecoming 96" on the front upper corner. The reverse reads "The Majesty of It All - Homecoming October 24-27 College of William & Mary Society of the Alumni 96." Gift of Charles Kendrick, class of 1982. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 8. UA2007.051
Item 2007.052: Homecoming 5K Run T-shirt, 1993
A white t-shirt that reads "300 - William & Mary 1693-1993 Homecoming 5K Run" on the front. The reverse reads "Richmond Times-Dispatch" and "Williamsburg Chapter Society of the Alumni." Gift of Charles Kendrick, class of 1982. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 8. UA2007.052
Item 2007.092: Swem Library American Cancer Society Relay for Life T-shirt, circa 2007
A green t-shirt for the Swem Library American Cancer Society Relay for Life team. The green t-shirt with black lettering reads "American Cancer Society Relay For Life" under the Swem window on the front and "Pretenders to the Throne" under an illustration of Queen Mary II and King William III. Gift of Carol McAllister. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2349490663/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2350323478/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 7.UA2007.092.
Item 2008.003: Division 1AA Football Semi-finals T-shirt, 2004
A size large yellow t-shirt with green lettering reading "Go Tribe Division 1AA Semi-Finals" on the front and "Flush the Dukes!" on a toilet on the back. The t-shirt is from the football playoff  game between the College of William and Mary and James Madison University played on December 10, 2004. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2610167913/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2611001384/. Gift of Connie McCarthy. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 8.  UA2008.003
Item 2008.037: Celebrating 90 Years of Women T-Shirt, April 2008
Pink t-Shirt with World War II era Rosie the Riveter-style woman worker on the front under the caption "Celebrating 90 Years of Women!" Back of shirt reads "Meet and Greet Luncheon and Panel Discussion April 6, 2008 11am-3pm Wren Courtyard." The t-shirts were sold at the 90 Years of Women event organized by students.Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2611001444/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2610168029/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 9. UA2008.037
Item 2008.044: Caution Approaching Suicide Strip T-Shirt, circa 1993-2003
Yellow t-shirt with a caution sign on the front that reads "Caution Approaching Suicide Strip." Inside the sign is a depiction of the Grim Reaper. Below the sign are two spades with "Marshalltown USA" written on them.  The back reads "44SN 180: It's A Two Lane Killer Site." Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2611001568/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2610168147/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 9. UA 2008.044
Item 2008.046: William and Mary and Sam T-Shirt, April 2008
The shirt was part of the retirement celebration for Vice President for Student Affairs William Samuel Sadler on April 18, 2008. The shirt is green with "William and Mary and Sam" written in gold on the front.  The back of the shirt includes the College Seal in gold surrounded by "William and Mary and Sam." Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2610168157/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2611001612/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 9. UA2008.046
Item 2008.059: Employee Appreciation Day T-Shirt, June 26, 2008
The shirt is white with "The College of William and Mary Employee Appreciation Day" in green on the front. The back of the shirt has "Colonial Sports" written in green with their contact information. This t-shirt was distributed to College of William and Mary classified and hourly employees during the 2008 Employee Appreciation Day luncheon on the lawn of the Wren Building. The shirts were made possible by the William and Mary Hourly and Classified Employees Association (HACE).   Size large. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2929674142/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2928810811/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 11. UA2008.059
Item 2008.120: William and Mary Soccer T-Shirt, 2008
One cotton t-shirt given out at the Men's Soccer game against Georgia State on October 29, 2008. The t-shirt was thrown into the stands for a fan to catch after the team scored a goal. It was caught by Steven Bookman. The t-shirt is white with "William & Mary" in green, "Soccer" in gold, and "Tribe" in gold with a green background. The shirt is a size large and is in excellent condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 34. UA2008.120
Item 2009.076: William and Mary Undergraduate Science Research Symposium T-Shirt, 2008
One maroon cotton t-shirt from the 2008 Undergraduate Science Research Symposium, sponsored by the Charles Center of the College of William and Mary. The front of the t-shirt reads "W&M Undergraduate Science Research Symposium 2008" in white lettering. The back of the t-shirt reads "14th Annual Undergraduate Science Research Symposium, February 22, 2008" in white lettering. The back of the t-shirt also features an atom with a computer, a mathematical formula, the moon, and molecules inside. The t-shirt is a large and is  30 1/2 in x 29 3/4 in. The shirt is in excellent condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 34. UA 2009.076
Item 2010.193.2: Athens '96 Olympics T-shirt, 1996
A black shirt that has the Olympics logo printed in gold at the top. "Athens '96" is printed in raised green letters below the Olympics logo. A green laurel leaf is printed in raised relief style to the side (wearer's left) of the Olympics logo and "Athens '96." Beneath "Athens '96"  "100 Years Olympic Games" is printed in green and under that "THE GOLDEN OLYMPICS" is printed in gold block font. The shirt is made of 100% "Baumwolle" or cotton and was made in Greece. The shirt is a size XL and is in good condition. There is an approximately 4in.  loose black thread on the collar on the wearer's left. There is an approximately 3.5in. loose black  thread on the inside at the bottom of the shirt on the wearer's right. There is also a 1in., 0.5in., and .25in. loose black thread in the same area. Gift of Rene A. Henry. UA 2010.193.02
Item 2010.193.3: Barcelona '92 Olympics T-shirt, 1992
A white t-shirt that features the Barcelona Olympics logo. The logo symbolizes a human figure running or jumping. The head of the human is blue to symbolize the "Mediterraneanness " of Barcelona the arms are yellow and the legs are red. Both red and yellow are the colors of Spain. Beneath the Barcelona Olympics logo "Barcelona '92" is printed in black times new roman font. Below that is the Olympics logo. "© 1988 COOB '92, S.A. ™" is printed in black below the Olympics logo. The shirt is made of 50% cotton and 50% polyester. The shirt is a size XL and is in good condition. Gift of Rene A. Henry. UA 2010.193.03
Item 2010.238: William and Mary Homecoming T-Shirt, 1978
One green cotton t-shirt that was used by Michael Rawlings, class of 1982, to line the bottom of a trunk that was in storage. The top left-hand side of the shirt contains the phrase "William and Mary 1978 Homecoming" written in gold. The middle of the shirt has the word "Toga!" with a copyright symbol and the year 1978, all written in gold. The t-shirt is a size large. The t-shirt is in poor condition with several holes near the collar with dirt stains all over the front and back. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2010.238
Item 2010.462: William and Mary Homecoming T-Shirt, 1995
One white cotton t-shirt celebrating Homecoming at the College of William and Mary in 1995 that was once owned by Charles L. Kendrick, III, class of 1982. The front pocket of the t-shirt has "The College of William & Mary" written in purple. The back of the shirt has a depiction of the Wren Building with the phrase "Raising the Roof" in the middle of the building, "Homecoming 1995" just below in green, and "October 26-29" below Homecoming written in purple. It is a size large and is in poor condition with several stains. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2010.462
Item 2011.217: T-Shirt from the 2008 Olympic Games, 2008
One white cotton t-shirt that was given out during the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China and was once owned by Rene Henry, class of 1954. The shirt contains the emblem for the 2008 Olympic Games, the Chinese character jing, meaning capital and stands for the city of Beijing, set against a red background. Below the jing character is "Beijing 2008" written in black, and the five Olympic rings that are blue, gold, black, green, and red. The shirt was made by Xiang Lin. It is in good condition and is a size XXL. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2011.217
Item 2011.735.3: William & Mary Tercentenary Celebration T-Shirt, 1993
White cotton t-shirt with multi-color screen printing. Made by Tultex Cotton in the USA, size Large. Front printed in multiple colors with "William & Mary Tercentenary Celebration" and imagery of the College. Back printed in green with "W&M" logo. 1993. 31.5in. (length) x 37.5in. (width).  Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113458353/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967381578/ Gift of Steven Murden, Class of 1974. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2011.735.03
Item 2012.113.1: W&M Wesley Good Sexuality T-shirt, 2012
Promotional T-Shirt for on-campus lectures by Keither Graber Miler. Cotton, purple. Text printed on front of shirt reads "Lets Talk About Good Sex(uality)" in white and gold, and on the back reads "8 PM, Feb. 12 Tidewater Room A, Sadler", "8 PM Feb. 13 Washington 201", "Sponsored by W&M Wesley" in white, and has white silhouettes of several peoples standing together. Shirts promoted the lecture "Good Sexuality/Sex Without Shame" by Dr. Keith Graber Miller, professor and chair of the Bible, Religion, and Philosophy, Department at Goshen (Ind.) College and author/lecturer on Mennonite sexuality, service, and politics. W&M Wesley Foundation sponsored Dr. Miller's lectures and wore these shirts as advertisement to the campus community. Adult men's Medium, approx 28in. (length) and 32in. (width). Gift of Wesley Foundation. Located in Textiles in S1 SS1. UA 2012.113.01
Item 2012.345.4: "A Class Act" 5k Run T-Shirt, 1992
1 - white cotton t-shirt with red and black text, "A / CLASS ACT / 1st ANNUAL 5K RUN / W&M HOMECOMING '92." Shirt also features the image of a black bowtie and three red buttons near the collar. The back of the t-shirt features the race sponsors in red text, "The Bookstore / College of William & Mary" and "Williamsburg Chapter / Society of the Alumni." T-shirt manufactured by Tultex and sized X-Large. T-shirt is in fair condition with some yellowing near the collar and fading of the screen printing. Gift of Charles L. Kendrick III. Located in Textiles, S1 SS1. UA 2012.345.04
Item 2012.387.1: "Upon The Gale" Homecoming Parade T-Shirt, 2012
1 - white cotton t-shirt with stylized image of William & Mary President W. Taylor Reveley III and green text "I don't always HARK, but when I do it's / UPON THE GALE" on the front. Back of t-shirt features text reading, "The job dresses for him. / Bears play dead when he walks by. / He understands Confusion Corner. / He is... / THE MOST INTERESTING MAN AT WILLIAM & MARY / Homecoming Parade / Friday, October 26, 2012 / Stay spirited, my friends." Transferred from W&M University Relations. Located in Textiles, S1 SS1. UA 2012.387.01
Item 2013.005.1: Tectonic Tex and the Velveteens T-shirt, circa 2001
Light lime green t-shirt with black screen print on the front, featuring a ska band in the background with a singer in the middle and rings featuring the faces and names of several individuals (Martha, TJ, Tim, Blake, Wilson, Todd, Ben, Ryan, Matt, and Julie). The bottom of the design features the band name "Tectonic Tex & The Velveteens." T-shirt was received at the same time as documents in the Writing Resources Center Administrative Records series of the Department of English Records (UA 205). Transferred by Sharon Zuber. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2013.005.01
Item 2013.005.3: Quicksilver Scientific T-shirt, circa 2010
White cotton t-shirt with black screen print on the front, featuring John Tenniel's original Alice in Wonderland illustration of the Mad Hatter, with the text "GOT MERCURY?" and the Quicksilver Scientific logo. T-shirt is in good condition with small black and brown stains at the collar and a linear black smudge in the middle, front of the shirt.  According to their website, Quicksilver Scientific is "an analytical laboratory that specializes in mercury speciation analysis." William and Mary's Mercury Sustained Global Inquiry Group (sGIG) produced a Spring 2010 Film Festival: Mercury: A Hazard without Borders and the 2010 International Mercury Expo, held on campus April 22-25, 2010. T-shirt was received at the same time as documents in the Writing Resources Center Administrative Records series of the Department of English Records (UA 205). Transferred by Sharon Zuber. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2013.005.03
Item 2013.005.4: International Mercury Expo T-shirt, 2010
Black cotton t-shirt with white screen print on the front, featuring a circular globe logo with the text "2010 INTERNATIONAL MERCURY EXPO AT W&M" in the wearer's upper left. The back of the t-shirt features a smokestack illustration with red text "CO2 CARBON DIOXIDE Hg MERCURY SULFUR DIOXIDE SO2 DIRT CARBON PM MONOXIDE NOX NITROGEN" below. T-shirt is in excellent unworn condition with a few loose threads on the collar in the back. William and Mary's Mercury Sustained Global Inquiry Group (sGIG) produced a Spring 2010 Film Festival: Mercury: A Hazard without Borders and the 2010 International Mercury Expo, held on campus April 22-25, 2010. T-shirt was received at the same time as documents in the Writing Resources Center Administrative Records series of the Department of English Records (UA 205). Transferred by Sharon Zuber. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2013.005.04
Item 2013.055.2: Captured for Kids T-Shirt, 2000s
Orange t-shirt with white screen print on the front reading "You've Been Naughty..." in old western-style font. The back of the t-shirt reads "Now Pay Up!" and features an old western-style wanted poster in white with a picture of a mustached cowboy behind jail bars in orange. The poster reads "CAPTURED FOR KIDS" in orange old western-style font above the cowboy picture and "ST. JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL" in orange old western-style font below the cowboy picture. The shirt is a size medium. It is in good condition with a 0.75 in. unraveling seam at the bottom of the shirt in the back. William and Mary Fraternity and Sorority Records received at the same time were added to the Student Organizations Collection (UA 7.047). Gift of Anne Arseneau. UA 2013.055.02
Item 2013.055.3: Up 'til Dawn T-Shirt, 2005
Black t-shirt with white screen print writing on the front that reads "got hope?" The reverse of the shirt reads "Cancer doesn't sleep, so neither will we. Up 'til Dawn-2005" in white screen print. The back of the shirt also features logos of Apple, Inc., Blue Ridge Mountain Sports, Hooters, VIPdesk, Domino's Pizza, Interstate Resources, Inc., Campus Shop, Capital Cadillac Hummer GMC, and Chanello's Pizza all sponsors of the Up 'til Dawn event at William and Mary. The shirt is a size medium and is in good condition with 1.75in. of unraveling seam on bottom of the shirt in the back and 0.25in. of unraveling seam on the collar. William and Mary Fraternity and Sorority Records received at the same time were added to the Student Organizations Collection (UA 7.047). Gift of Anne Arseneau. UA 2013.055.03
Item 2013.256.3: Muslim Students' Association (MSA) 2009 Islam Awareness Week T-Shirt, Spring 2009
Green shirt with the phrase "This is what a Jihadist looks like." written in light yellow and stylized Arabic script. The back has the phrase "i struggle for: _______" written in light yellow and stylized Arabic script. Below the phrase is an image of a bird in light yellow and what looks like stylized Arabic script. At the bottom of the back of the shirt is written "ISLAM AWARENESS WEEK 2009: MUSLIM STUDENTS ASSOCIATION." The shirt is in good condition with a 1in. loose thread on the inside of the wearer's left sleeve and a 4.125in. loose thread on the inside of the wearer’s right sleeve. Gift of Jessica F. Chilin-Hernandez, Class of 2012. UA 2013.256.03
Item 2013.256.6: Muslim Students' Association (MSA) 2010 Islam Awareness Week T-Shirt, Spring 2010
Grayish-brown shirt with "ONE" written in blue on the front. Next to "ONE" is written "GOD" in blue stylized script. Beneath "GOD" is written "MESSAGE" and beneath that is written "LOVE" both in blue stylized script. The back features a blue tree with a blue peace symbol in the middle. The three symbols for the Three Abrahamic faiths are depicted in blue. Below the tree is written "IAW 2010." The shirt is a size medium and is in good condition. There is 1.5in. loose threads on the inside of both sleeves. There is also a smattering of light brown stains (possibly bleach stains) across the front of the shirt. There is also an approximately 0.25in. hole right below the "E" in "ONE" on the front of the shirt. Gift of Jessica F. Chilin-Hernandez, Class of 2012. UA 2013.256.06
Item 2013.256.7: W&M SEAC T-Shirt, Spring 2012
Beige biodegradable t-shirt featuring a tree on the front. To the right of the tree is written "WILLIAM & MARY" in green. Below that is written "EARTH WEEK 2012" in green. There is a "W" and "M" written in green and two green leaves sticking out from behind the "W" and "M" on the wearer's right sleeve. The shirt was offered to students by the Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC) during Earth Week of 2012. The shirt is a size large and in good condition. There is a 0.25in. brown stain below the wearer's left sleeve on the front. There is also a 7in. brown stain and a 2.5in. brown stain on the wearer's right at the bottom. There is also a smattering of brown stains on the wearer's right side near the bottom in the back and by the wearer's left sleeve in the back. There is a 0.25in. stain on the back near the bottom and a green stain surrounding the collar and shoulder of the shirt on the wearer's right. Gift of Jessica F. Chilin-Hernandez, Class of 2012. UA 2013.256.07
Item 2013.267.1: William & Mary Tercentenary T-Shirt, 1993
T-shirt in honor of William and Mary's 300th anniversary. The t-shirt is white and features "WILLIAM & MARY" written in green on the wearer's left on the front. The reverse of the shirt features the Wren building weathervane in gold and gray. "1693" is written in gray inside the gold flag of the weathervane. "1993" is written in gray as part of the gray arrow of the weathervane. "300" is written in green below the weathervane with the second "0" connected to the gold stem of the weathervane. The "300" is underlined in gold and beneath that is written "WILLIAM & MARY" with "WILLIAM" and "MARY" written in gold and the "&" written in gray. The shirt is a size large and in fair condition. There is fraying all along the collar and yellow stains along the collar and the bottom of the sleeves. There is also a small hole at the bottom of the front of the shirt. Gift of Charles L. Kendrick III. UA 2013.267.01
Subseries 2: Student Organization and Fraternities/Sororities T-shirts and Shirts
Item 1992.010: William and Mary Swim Team T-Shirt, 1982-1983
Gold shirt with green lettering reading "Havens' Heroes William and Mary Swim Team New York Life 82 83" on the front and reverse reads "Stalag WM No One Escapes" with a picture of two hands grasping prison bars. Size L. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc//2296545518/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2295752473/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 4.  UA 1992.010
Item 1992.017: William and Mary GALA T-Shirt, 1992
Navy 100% cotton t-shirt, XL, with WM coat of arms in white bisected by lamda and reading "William and Mary GALA" (gay and lesbian alumni/ae). Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2295752503/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 4.  UA 1992.017
Item 1993.032.2: Gentlemen of the College T-Shirt, circa 1990-1993
One green cotton t-shirt used by the a capella group Gentlemen of the College at William and Mary. The shirt belonged to E. Strother Murray, class of 1993. The shirt features several singers and a staff of music with a treble clef and notes on the staff. Written in gold surrounding the staff is the phrase "Gentlemen of the College: Men's A Capella Harmony." It is in good condition. Transferred from the E. Strother Murray Papers(UA 5.049). Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 10. UA1993.032.2
Item 1993.040: IEAHC T-Shirt, circa 1972
Short sleeve, brown, 100% cotton t-shirt with pocket; back of shirt has imprint of the Wren Building with the words "Institute of Early American History and Culture" encircling it. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545632/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 4.  UA 1993.040
Item 1994.005: William and Mary Law Society T-Shirt, circa 1974
Blue shirt with black lettering "Mary and William" from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law, WM Law Society. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545816/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 5. UA 1994.005
Item 1994.019: Theta Delta Chi T-Shirt, 1982
Long sleeved white shirt with black lettering "Theta Delta Chi Harry Buffalo" with a drawing of a viking. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545718/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545712/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 5. UA 1994.019
Item 1994.022: Sigma Alpha Epsilon T-Shirt, circa 1992
Purple and gold and white lettering on chest, with white arm bands, size L, owned by John Leach. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545734/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 5. UA 1994.022
Item 1994.030: Health Career's Club T-Shirt, circa 1978-82
Long sleeved, light blue, 100% cotton imprinted in blue with outline of the coat of arms and smiling sun, in center are two out-spread hands on which rests an abstract human figure, below are the words "Health Career's Club". Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545746/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 5. UA 1994.030
Item 1999.014: Sigma Alpha Epsilon T-Shirt, 1992
Grey shirt, XL, cotton, with green lettering on front "Pledge Class of 1992 AE Virginia Kappa". Back contains lion figure, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 1856, 1992, hole in the lion figure, hole below "Virginia", stained. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2349490437/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2350323224/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 6.  UA 1999.014
Item 2004.010b: Sigma Alpha Epsilon T-Shirt, 1992
Gray shirt, front reads "Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Virginia Kappa, 1856, 1992 William and Mary" in black lettering with portion of confederate flag showing. Back shows portion of the American flag, confederate flag, and a purple and gold fraternity flag. Words below read "College of William and Mary A Tradition of True Southern Gentleman". Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2350323372/ and <a href="">http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2349490567/</a>. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 7, UA2004.010b
Item 2007.030b: Gentlemen of the College Wild Irish Rose T-shirt, circa 1992-2006
A size extra large white t-shirt with green cuff, collar, and lettering on the front. The back features an Irish rose design. The t-shirt was never worn. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 999. UA2007.030
Item 2007.030c: Gentlemen of the College T-shirt, circa 1992-2006
A size extra large white t-shirt with black lettering on the front and back. The t-shirt was never worn. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 999. UA2007.030
Item 2008.012: Covenant Players T-shirt, circa 2000
A size medium gray t-shirt from the William and Mary Covenant Players production of "Guys and Dolls." Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2610167947/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 8. UA2008.012
Item 2009.107: Reveille T-Shirt, 2008
One blue cotton t-shirt used in performances by the student a cappella group Reveille of the College of William and Mary. The front of the shirt reads "Reveille women's a cappella " in white lettering. The back of the t-shirt reads "turn the radio up for that sweet sound..." in white lettering. Just below this quote is a diagram of hands showing how to snap your fingers during the song. The t-shirt is a size small and is in great condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 35.  UA 2009.107
Item 2009.176: William and Mary Heritage Dancers T-Shirt, circa 2009
One lime green cotton t-shirt worn by members of the William and Mary Heritage Dancers, a student group at the College of William and Mary. The front of the t-shirt reads "William & Mary Heritage Dancers" in black, and the right sleeve reads "W & M" in black. On the back of the shirt, there is a depiction of a man and women in colonial costume dancing. Also on the back, there is a quote from Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice" that reads "Such very superior dancing is not often seen" in black. The shirt is in great condition and is a size large. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 35. UA2009.176
Item 2009.208: Wham Bam Big Band T-Shirt, 2008
One gray cotton/polyester t-shirt worn by the members of the swing-style band Wham Bam Big Band, a student music group at the College of William and Mary. The shirt contains the phrase "The Wham Bam Big Band" in black letters. The "W" features a hat on top of one half of the "W" while the other half is shaped like a saxophone. A part of the "h" is in the shape of a guitar fingerboard. Finally, part of the "B" in Bam is in the shape of the end of a trumpet.  The shirt is a size medium and is in great condition. Gift of Marc Presler.  Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 35. UA2009.208
Item 2010.508: William and Mary Pep Band Green Game Day Shirt, 2010
One green cotton t-shirt that was used by the William and Mary Pep Band during games. The shirt has "William & Mary Pep Band" in gold with a depiction of a gold treble clef in the background. It is a size large and it is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2010.508
Item 2010.509: William and Mary Pep Band Gold Game Shirt, circa 2010
One gold cotton t-shirt that was worn by the William and Mary Pep Band during games. The front of the shirt has "William & Mary Pep Band" written in green. It is a size small and is in good condition.  Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2010.509
Item 2010.510: William and Mary Pep Band Green and Gold Striped Rugby Shirt, 2010
One cotton green and gold striped rugby shirt that is the official uniform for the William and Mary Pep Band. The shirt has "William and Mary Pep Band" in green on the front of the shirt. The shirt was made by Barbarian Rugby Wear Inc. It is a size small and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2010.510
Item 2011.143: Common Ground Pink T-Shirt, circa 2008
One pink cotton t-shirt worn by members of the William & Mary all-female Christian a cappella group Common Ground during performances. The front of the shirts has "Common Ground" written in pink and red, and the back of the shirts features a pink and red cross in front of a red heart. The shirt was made by Hanes. The shirt is in good condition and is a women's size XL. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2011.143
Item 2011700.3b: W&M Alumni Band Uniform--Shirt, 1968-2009
A green button-up shirt with brown collar and sleeve edges worn under the Alumni Band uniform jacket. The shirt has brass-gold buttons and a shirt pocket on the front on the wearer's right side. There is also a brass-gold button on the bottom inside of the jacket on the wearer's right. The shirt is in excellent condition. Related to W&M Alumni Band Uniform--Jacket (UA 2011.700.03a) and W&M Alumni Band Uniform--Pants (UA 2011.700.03c). Transferred upon receipt from the Jim Anthony Papers (Mss. 2011.700, Acc. 2013.200). Gift of Sharon Scruggs, daughter of Jim Anthony. UA 2011.700.03b
Item 2011.731.1: W&M Wind Symphony T-shirt, 2008
Gift of James Deffenbaugh, Music Librarian Emeritus.  Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2011.731.01
Item 2011.735.2: Navy William & Mary GALA T-Shirt
Navy blue cotton t-shirt with white screen printing. Made by Stedman Hi-Cru in the USA, size Large. Front printed in white with "William and Mary, Gala" and Seal of the College of William and Mary. 1974. 28.75in. (length) x 34in.(width). Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113458247/. Gift of Steven Murden, Class of 1974. Located in Textiles S1 SS1.  UA 2011.735.02
Item 2011.735.4: North American Serials Interest Group [NASIG] T-Shirt, 2002
Red cotton t-shirt with white screen printing. Made by Gildan Activewear in Honduras. Front printed in white with "NASIG 2002, William & Mary". Back printed in navy blue and white with "Transforming serials: The Revolution Continues." 2002. 29.25in. (length) x 41in. (width). Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113458643/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113458787/. Gift of Steven Murden, Class of 1974.  Located in Textiles S1 SS1. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2011.735.04
Item 2012.147.1: W&M Anime Society T-Shirt, 2010-2011
The title Ni Jyuu Mensou No Musume appears on the front of the shirt in Japanese characters. [Characters were transliterated for this description as database would not accept Japanese characters at time of input. 04/23/12] Ni Jyuu Mensou No Musume / The Daughter of 20 Faces, is an anime adaptation of a manga series, which aired in Japan in 2008. Gift of Michael Kutner. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2012.147.01
Item 2012.170.1: W&M Anime Society "WMAMAMAS!!!" T-Shirt, 2012
Gift of Michael Kutner. Located in Textiles S1 SS1.UA 2012.170.01
Item 2013.055.1: Phi Mu / Kappa Delta Rho Homecoming T-Shirt, 2005
Black cotton t-shirt with red and gold screen print on the front reading "Homecoming/ Phi Mu Kappa Delta Rho 2005" featuring a gold tiara over the "H." The reverse of the shirt reads "Today we salute you/ Mr. Homecoming Slogan Inventor/ you spend all your time coming up with a slogan nobody can use/ Here's to your/ Proud Past, Bright Future/ William and Mary: Williamsburg, Virginia" in red and white screen print. The t-shirt is a size medium and is in good condition with a loose thread on the collar. William and Mary Fraternity and Sorority Records received at the same time were added to the Student Organizations Collection (UA 7.047). Gift of Anne Arseneau. UA 2013.055.01
Item 2013.055.4: Delta Gamma Anchor Slam T-Shirt, 2000s
Red shirt featuring a small blue silhouette of a basketball player on the wearer's top left. "DELTA GAMMA" and "ANCHOR SLAM" encircle the silhouette in blue screen print. The back of the shirt features a blue anchor with a white basketball beside the anchor and a blue and white shooting star behind the anchor and basketball. The Greek letters for Delta Gamma are beside the anchor, basketball, and shooting star. "NO EXCUSES/PLAY LIKE A CHAMPION" are written in blue screen print above the anchor, basketball, and shooting star. "ANCHORSLAM" is written in white screen print below them. The shirt is a size small. The shirt is in good condition with a 0.75in. unraveling seam in the back of the shirt at the bottom. It also has two 0.25in. black stains on the wearer's right sleeve in the back and a 0.25in. stain on the back of the shirt near the tail of the shooting star. William and Mary Fraternity and Sorority Records received at the same time were added to the Student Organizations Collection (UA 7.047). Gift of Anne Arseneau. UA 2013.055.04
Item 2013.055.5: Inter-Sorority Council Recruitment T-Shirt, Fall 2006
Light blue shirt with "ISC/ Recruitment/ FALL 2006" written in white screen print on the wearer's top left side. the back features a white outline of a young woman in a hat and floral dress. "Fall 2006/ SISTERHOOD/since 1921" is written in white screen print above the young woman. "Sign Up Today" is written in white screen print behind the young woman. "Inside Sorority Life/ You've Got Questions? We've Got Answers! / Recruitment 2006/ Friends Today, Sisters Forever" is written in white screen print inside the outline of the young woman. A barcode is at the bottom behind the young woman's feet. The shirt is a size large. It in good condition with a 0.75in unraveling seam in the back at the bottom of the shirt. William and Mary Fraternity and Sorority Records received at the same time were added to the Student Organizations Collection (UA 7.047). Gift of Anne Arseneau. UA 2013.055.05
Item 2013.055.6: Sorority Recruitment T-Shirt, 2007
Pink t-shirt featuring a white hibiscus flower on the wearer's top left front of the shirt. "Recruitment 2007" is written in white above the hibiscus in an arch. "Sorority Life" is written in white below the hibiscus. The back of the shirt features the Greek letters of all of the Sororities at William and Mary laid out in a lei'i style. A white outline of a hibiscus flower separates each sorority's Greek letters. Inside the lei'i is written "Lei'ing the Foundation for SISTERHOOD Since 1921" in white. A white hibiscus flower is also inside the lei'i of Greek letters next to the "Since" and above the "1921." The t-shirt is a size medium and is in good condition. There is a 0.5in. unraveling seam at the bottom of the shirt in the back. The wearer's right sleeve has a 0.5in. unraveling seam with a 5in. protruding loose thread and a 3.75in. loose thread on the inside. The wearer's left sleeve has a 4in. loose thread on the inside. William and Mary Fraternity and Sorority Records received at the same time were added to the Student Organizations Collection (UA 7.047). Gift of Anne Arseneau. UA 2013.055.06
Item 2013.055.7: Sorority Recruitment Fall 2007 T-Shirt, 2007
Light green t-shirt with pink screen print on the front that reads "Sorority Recruitment." "Fall 2007" is written in white screen print beneath "Sorority Recruitment." The front of the shirt also features a white hibiscus flower under the "s" and "o" of the phrase "Sorority Recruitment." The reverse of the shirt features the William and Mary cypher in white. On top of the cypher are the Greek letters of all the William and Mary Sororities written in pink. Above the cypher "THE SORORITY WOMEN OF W&M..." is written in white screen print. Below the cypher is written "INDIVIDULALLY UNIQUE, TOGETHER COMPLETE" in white screen print. The shirt is a size medium. It is in good condition with a 0.125in. unraveling seam in the back at the bottom of the shirt. The shirt also has a 5.75in. loose thread, a 0.125 and 0.5in. unraveling seam on the collar. The armpit of the wearer's left sleeve has a 2in. loose thread. The wearer's right sleeve has a 1in. loose thread and 0.5in. unraveling seam with a 2.5in. protruding loose thread. William and Mary Fraternity and Sorority Records received at the same time were added to the Student Organizations Collection (UA 7.047). Gift of Anne Arseneau. UA 2013.055.07
Item 2013.087.1: "Hey, William & Mary... Wake Up with Reveille" T-Shirt, 2000s
Black t-shirt with "Hey, William & Mary...Wake Up! with REVEILLE" written in white on the front on the wearer's top left. It also features a small white outline of a trumpet and sound waves coming out of the trumpet under the "Wake" and next to the "Up." The reverse of the shirt reads "REVEILLE" in white script and features a treble cleft and b-flat note at the end of "Reveille." The back also features outlines of women, possibly members of the a cappella group, behind the word "Reveille." There is also a phrase that reads "Women’s a cappella esc. Company 1992" Below the word "Reveille" and the outline of women. The shirt is a size XL. It is in good condition with a 0.25in. unraveling seam with a 0.75in. protruding loose thread and a 1.50in. unraveling seam on the bottom in the front of the shirt. The shirt also has a 0.25in. loose thread on the wearer's left sleeve on the inside and a 1.25in. loose thread on the collar of the shirt. Shirt was received at the same time as the Reveille Records (UA 7.068). Gift of Ashleigh Harvey, Director of Reveille and Class of 2013.  UA 2013. 087.01
Item 2013.087.2: "Authentic a cappella music" Reveille T-Shirt, 2000s
Light blue t-shirt with "Authentic a cappella MUSIC" written in white on the wearer's left front pocket, enclosed in a white rectangle. The reverse features a dark blue high heel. Under the high heel is written "reveille a cappella" in white screen print. Underneath this phrase is written "SINCE 1992" in white screen print. The shirt is a size large. It is in good condition with a 0.25in. unraveling seam in the back at the bottom and a 1.5in. loose thread on the inside of both sleeves. The shirt also has a 0.125in. loose thread on the collar. Shirt was received at the same time as the Reveille Records (UA 7.068). Gift of Ashleigh Harvey, Director of Reveille and Class of 2013. UA 2013.087.02
Item 2013.251.2: Phi Mu T-Shirt, 2006
Dark blue long sleeve shirt with "Phi Mu" written in a gray moon and star design across the front. The back features the Greek letters of Phi Mu in light pink screen print on top of a purple cloud outlined in gray on the wearer's top right. On the wearer's top left opposite the cloud are nine gray stars with three out of the nine having purple centers. Below the cloud and the stars is written "what dreams are made of" in gray outline screen print. Below this phrase is written "Spring Bid Day 2006" in light pink moon and star design. The shirt is a size small. It is in good condition with a 0.5in. loose thread at the bottom in the back of the shirt. The shirt also has a 1.25in. loose thread on both the wearer's right and left sleeve on the inside nearest the collar. Gift of Lynne Fors, Class of 2008. UA 2013.251.02
Item 2013.256.1: Japanese Cultural Association (JCA) 2012 T-Shirt, Spring 2012
Light green t-shirt featuring a white flower and tree on the front. The reverse features the William and Mary cypher in white. Above the cypher "William & Mary" is written in white with "Japanese Cultural Association" written under it in white, both phrases are written in an arch over the William and Mary cypher. Below the cypher are written Japanese characters. Two small white flowers are on either side of the phrase "Japanese Cultural Association." The shirt is a size medium and is in excellent condition. Gift of Jessica F. Chilin-Hernandez, Class of 2012. UA 2013.256.01
Item 2013.256.2: African Cultural Society (ACS) T-Shirt, Fall 2009
Black t-shirt featuring the continent of Africa and island of Madagascar on the front in white. Below the picture of the continent is written "AFRICAN CULTURAL SOCIETY" in white. The back of the shirt features a quote from Kwame Nkrumah that reads "'We face neither East nor West; we face Forward'" written in white. The sleeve on the wearer's left has the acronym A.C.S. written in white. The shirt is a size medium and is in fair condition. The white continent and island on the front of the shirt have numerous vertical cracks. There is a 0.25in. stain on the collar on the wearer's left as well as a 1.25in. brown stain (possibly bleach stain) across the center of the collar. The front of the shirt also has three small brown spots (possibly bleach stains one near the wearer's right sleeve, one above the continent of Africa and one to the right of the continent). The back has a small white stain near the bottom on the wearer's left. Gift of Jessica F. Chilin-Hernandez, Class of 2012. UA 2013.256.02
Item 2013.256.4: Muslim Students' Association (MSA) T-Shirt, Spring 2009
Light blue shirt with "MUSLIM STUDENT ASSOCIATION" written in black on the front. Below this phrase is written "COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY" in black. There is a black henna design intertwining with the "N" in "ASSOCIATION" and the "ARY" in "MARY" and running midway down the front of the shirt. The back of the shirt has the word "PEACE" written in black and features the star and crescent symbol as the "C" in "PEACE." The shirt is a size medium and is in good condition. There is a 1.25in. unraveled seam in the back with a 1.5in. and a 1in. protruding loose thread. There is a 1.25in. loose thread on the inside of the wearer's right sleeve as well as an approximately 3.5in. stain. The wearer's left sleeve has 0.75in. loose thread and an approximately 3.5in. stain on the inside. Gift of Jessica F. Chilin-Hernandez, Class of 2012. UA 2013.256.04
Item 2013.256.5: Latin American Student Union (LASU) T-Shirt, Fall 2012
Blue t-shirt with "WILLIAM & MARY LATIN AMERICAN STUDENT UNION" written in white on the front. The reverse features a map of Mexico, Central and South America, as well as Cuba and other Caribbean countries in white. There are white birds flying off from the edges of each area. To the right of the South American continent is written a quote in white from the song Latinoamerica by Calle 13 that says "Soy America Latina un pueblo sin piernas pero que camina." The shirt is a size medium and is in good condition. There is a 0.5in. unraveling seam in the back at the bottom. There is also a 2.25in. loose thread on the inside of the wearer's right sleeve and a 3.5in. loose thread on the inside of the wearer's left sleeve. Gift of Jessica F. Chilin-Hernandez, Class of 2012. UA 2013.256.05
Item 2013.256.8: Filipino American Student Association (FASA) T-Shirt, Spring 2011
Black t-shirt featuring a Filipino Sun. Next to the Sun is the acronym “ fasa” in yellow. Next to the acronym is written "fILIPINO" and "aMERICAN" in blue as well as "sTUDENT" and "aSSOCIATION" in red. Below this is written "at the College of William & Mary" in white. The reverse of the shirt reads "SHINING SINCE 1991" in yellow and white dot-matrix text. The shirt is in good condition and has a 1.5in. unraveled thread on the back of the collar. There is also a 1.25in. loose thread on the inside of the wearer's right sleeve as well as a 0.375in. and a 1.5in. loose thread on the inside of the wearer's left sleeve. Gift of Jessica F. Chilin-Hernandez, Class of 2012. UA 2013.256.08
Item 2013.256.9: Middle Eastern Students Association (MESA) T-Shirt, Fall 2012
Gray t-shirt with the acronym "MESA" written in light blue on the front. The back of the shirt features the Middle Eastern Students' Association logo of a blue and white eye. There is a white outline of a "W" to the left of the eye and a white outline of an ”M" to the right of the eye representing William and Mary. Beneath the logo and the WM is written "Middle Eastern Student Association" in dark blue. The shirt is a size medium and is in good condition. There is a 3.5in. loose thread on the inside of the wearer's left sleeve as well as a 2.5in. and a 1in. loose thread on the inside of the wearer's right sleeve. Gift of Jessica F. Chilin-Hernandez, Class of 2012. UA 2013.256.09
Item 2013256.10: Japanese Cultural Association (JCA) 2011 T-Shirt, Spring 2011
Red t-shirt featuring a sun with white rays and a heart-shaped red center. In the middle of the sun is a white origami crane. The reverse of the shirt features the William and Mary cypher in white. Under the cypher is written "Japanese Cultural Association" in white. Beneath that is written "The College of William and Mary" in white. The shirt is a size medium and is in good condition. There are numerous cracks in various rays of the sun on the front and a 0.125in. hole on a smaller sunray on the wearer's left. There is also a 0.125in. gray stain on the collar in the front and a 0.25in. dark stain on the wearer's right side near the bottom. The wearer's left sleeve has a 0.75in. loose thread on the inside and the wearer's right sleeve has an approximately 1in. loose thread on the inside. Gift of Jessica F. Chilin-Hernandez, Class of 2012. UA 2013.256.10
Item 2014.020.5: W&M Young Democrats "Government is Like a Car" T-shirt, circa 2000s
A gold shirt that has "WM YOUNG DEMOCRATS" written in dark green block print on the front on the wearer's left. The back of the shirt features a depiction of a donkey in a convertible. Both the donkey and convertible are gold with a green outline. Below this depiction is written "GOVERNMENT IS LAKE A CAR: WHEN YOU PUT IT IN R, YOU MOVE BACKWARDS. WHEN YOU WANT TO MOVE FORWARD YOU PUT IT IN D" in green block print. The shirt is made of 100% cotton. It is a size large and is in good condition. there is a 0.125in. brown stain on the front at the top of the shirt under the collar on the wearer's right. There is another 0.125in. black stain on the inside of the shirt on the back below the collar on the wearer's left. Donated by Zach Woodward, President of the W&M Young Democrats. UA 2014.020.05
Item 2014.020.6: W&M Young Democrats "Sí Se Puede" T-Shirt, 2008-2009
A white shirt that features a blue Democratic donkey on the front on the wearer's left. Above the depiction of the donkey "WM" is written in black block font. Below the depiction of the donkey "Young Democrats/ 2008-2009" is written in black block font. The back of the shirt features a depiction of the United States and its territories. New England, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, the eastern section of Nebraska, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, and Hawaii are all highlighted in blue. "Sí Se Puede" is written in black block print above the map. The shirt is 100% cotton. It is a size large and in good condition. Donated by Zach Woodward, president of the W&M Young Democrats. UA 2014.020.06
Item 2014.02: W&M Young Democrats "Why Am I a Democrat?" T-shirt, 2011
A dark blue t-shirt that has "WHY AM I A DEMOCRAT?" written in white block print in the middle of the shirt on the front. The back of the shirt says "...BECAUSE I CARE ABOUT PEOPLE" written in white block print at the top. In the middle on the back of the shirt is written "VIRGINIA YOUNG DEMOCRATS CONVENTION 2011/ AT THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY" in white block print. The shirt is made of 100% cotton and is a size 2XL. It is in excellent condition. Donated by Zach Woodward, president of W&M Young Democrats. UA 2014.020.07.
Subseries 3: William and Mary T-shirts and Shirts
Item 1987.072: William and Mary T-shirt, 1987
One white t-shirt with "William and Mary" and "Never Underestimate the Power of a Woman" on the front in green letters, sized small. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2295752245/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 2. UA 1987.072
Item 1987.073: William and Mary T-shirt, 1987
One white t-shirt, with "William and Mary" and the college seal on the front in green and yellow, and "These famous people graduated from William and Mary--John Randolph, John Marshall, John Tyler, Thomas Jefferson and me!" on the back in green letters, size small. Image available at  http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2295752271/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 2. UA 1987.073
Item 1991.015: William and Mary Fund T-shirt, circa 1976
White t-shirt, size small, trimmed in red around sleeve bands and neckband; has in blue lettering "The William and Mary Fund; Alumni Working Together for the Alma Mater of a Nation"; and picture of Thomas Jefferson drawn by Hugh Haynie. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2295752333/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 3. UA 1991.015
Item 1991.017: William and Mary Map of Campus T-shirt, circa 1978
White t-shirt, size large, decorated with a stylized map of campus and surrounding streets, buildings are in gray and other features, including water, tennis courts, sidewalks, and streets are in red, green, blue, yellow, and orange. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2295752369/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 3. UA 1991.017
Item 1991.018: William and Mary Alumni T-shirt, 1989
Blue t-shirt, size large, marked on front with Alumni Society seal, and "Alumni College 1989" on the back with a map of the Chesapeake Bay and the words "Alumni College 1989, Exploring the Chesapeake Bay! June 22-25, College of William and Mary". Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545434/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2295752395/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 3. UA 1991.018
Item 1991.063: William and Mary Fund T-Shirt, 1981-82
One yellow t-shirt, size large, which was given to people who contributed to the 1981-82 annual fund drive; on the front appears "The William and Mary Fund 1981-82", back contains a list of famous alumni (16 members of the continental congress). Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545584 and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545596. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 4. UA 1991.063
Item 1991.063.1: William and Mary Fund, circa 1981-1982
One light yellow t-shirt, size large, which was given to people who contributed to the 1981-82 annual fund drive; on the front appears "The William and Mary Fund 1981-82", back contains a list of famous alumni (16 members of the continental congress).  Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 35. UA1991.063.1
Item 1993.032.1: William and Mary of the North T-Shirt, circa 1989-1993
One white cotton t-shirt with the word "Harvard" on the front and the phrase "William and Mary of the North" on the back that belonged to William and Mary student E. Strother Murray, class of 1993. Fair condition. Transferred from the E. Strother Murray Papers (UA 5.049). Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 10. UA1993.032.1
Item 1993.052: Lord Botetourt T-Shirts, 1993
2- t-shirts depicting the new Lord Botetourt statue (in front of Wren Building). First shirt, gray with green lettering, second shirt dark green with gold lettering, front of shirts read "Lord Botetourt 1717-1770" and "The Baron's Back" and it shows the back of the statue. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545688/, http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2295752619/, http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2295752593/, and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545676/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 4. UA 1993.052
Item 1999.089: William and Mary T-Shirt, 1999
"Middle Passage Project" t-shirt, affiliated with the Young Scholars Program, a joint project of William and Mary and Ohio State University. Size large, cotton. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2350323232/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 6.  UA 1999.089
Item 2002.070: Society of the Alumni T-Shirt, 1999-2000
Printed by the Society of the Alumni, shirt is connected to the "Wremerual" Project. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2349490505/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2350323266/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 6. UA 2002.070
Item 2002.072: Swimming Shirt, circa 1978-1982
Swimming shirt which belonged to Charles Kendrick, class of 1982. Located in Textiles S1 SS7,Box 12. UA 2002.072
Item 2004.010a: Men of DuPont T-Shirt, 1989-90
One T-Shirt from the residents of the second floor of Dupont residence hall. The shirt is white with black letters, "The Men of DuPont 2nd E." written on the front pocket. Back pictures a fake ID featuring Bart Simpson. Below the ID are the names of Dupont freshman residents. A more detailed description is available in the donor file if needed. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2350323322/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2350323340/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 7.UA2004.010a
Item 2007.031: Wizards and Muggles T-shirt, 2006
Gift of Heather Byrnes, class of 2008. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2349490619/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2349490625/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 7. UA2007.031
Item 2007.050: Green Leafe and College Delly T-shirt, circa 1990s
A light blue t-shirt that reads "William & Mary" on the front upper corner. The reverse reads "Wasting Away Again in Williamsburg" and includes depictions of student-centered businesses the Green Leafe and the College Delly. The t-shirt is designed in the style commonly associated with U.S. retailer Ron Jon Surf Shop. Gift of Charles Kendrick, class of 1982. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 8.  UA2007.050
Item 2007.058: William and (Sometimes) Mary T-shirt, circa 1991
A gray t-shirt imprinted with "William and (Sometimes) Mary" on the front.Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/1053922623/. Gift of Brian Lewis, class of 1991. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 7. UA2007.058
Item 2008.042: Anthropology T-Shirt, circa 1980-1990
Orange t-shirt with a mask on the front and "Anthropology" written below the mask. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2610168059/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 9. UA2008.042
Item 2008.043: William and Mary Archaeological Field School T-Shirt, 1986
Navy t-shirt with "William and Mary Archaeological Field School" on the front with a spade.  Inside the spade reads "Marshalltown USA Gloucester Point Virginia 1986." The back of the shirt reads "Producing the finest trained excavators since 1693."  Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2610168069/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2611001508/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 9.UA2008.043
Item 2008.045: Ivor Noel - Whom? T-Shirt, 1980
Aqua t-shirt that reads "Ivor Noel - Whom?" on the front pocket. The pocket also shows a high-heeled shoe and a spade with "Marshalltown USA 45-4 1/2" on it. The back depicts an excavator inside a compass that reads "Shirley Plantation Sic Semper Tourannis 1980." Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2611001520/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2610168107/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 9. UA 2008.045
Item 2010.395: Millington Cross T-Shirt, circa 2007-2008
One white cotton t-shirt, size large, with the Millington cross on the front and the words to the "God our Father" verse from the William and Mary Alma Mater on the back. The shirt was collected by alumnus Karla Bruno from students on campus. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2010.395
Item 2011.286: Spotswood Hall T-Shirt, circa 1979-1980
One white and navy cotton mens t-shirt that was created for students in the Spotswood Dormitory at the College of William and Mary. The front of the shirt has a drawing of Albert Einstein and his E=MC2 formula, with the words "Spotswood Houses Intellectual Thought" in red letters. The back of the t-shirt has a drawing of Spotswood Hall being flushed down a toilet and the words "We're full of it" written in black letters. The t-shirt once belonged to Peter Atwater, class of 1983, while a student at the College. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2011.286
Item 2011.476: Keio-W&M CCC T-shirt, 2005
One black cotton short-sleeve t-shirt that was worn by partipants in the Keio University, College of William and Mary Cross-Cultural Collaboration program. The shirt has a screen print design reminiscent of the Harley-Davidson logo with an orange and white border and "2005 KEIO-W&M CCC" centered on the front side of the shirt. It was designed by Frank Cha. The shirt was made by Fruit of the Loom, Inc. in Honduras. The shirt is in good condition with a small, red residue on the bottom seam approximately 1/4in. It is approximately 28 1/2in (length)  x 26 in (width) and a size small. Gift of Wendy Korwin. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2011.476
Item 2011.477: Keio-W&M CCC T-Shirt, 2006
One white cotton short-sleeve t-shirt worn by participants in the Keio University, College of William and Mary Cross-Cultural Collaboration program. The shirt has screen print designs on both front and back in red and black.  "Keio / William & Mary / CCC" is written in red with black outlining on the front.  The back of the shirt contains the silhouette of a pig standing on grass in black and text in black and red.  The text reads, "KEIO - W&M / Cross Cultural Collaboration / HOT / THE HAMS and SHOULDERS make the Difference / MOSAIC / WILLIAMSBURG, VA. - SUMMER of 2006." Shirt was designed by Brian Piper, Assistant Director of Keio-W&M CCC in 2006.  It was made by Fruit of the Loom, Inc. in Honduras.  The t-shirt is in fair condition, with small stains on the stomach, upper chest, and both sides of the right sleeve, but otherwise has few indications of wear.  It measures 30 inches (width) by 26.5 inches (length) and is marked as a size small. Gift of Wendy Korwin. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2011.477
Item 2011.499: Keio-W&M CCC T-Shirt, 2010
One blue cotton short-sleeve t-shirt worn by participants in the Keio University, College of William and Mary Cross-Cultural Collaboration program. The shirt has a screen print design on front in red and light blue.  The light blue screen printed design features four squares with outlined images of a couple dancing the jitterbug. "Keio / W&M / CCC / 2010" is written in red on the front, with each phrase separated into one of the four blocks. Shirt was designed by Wendy Korwin, Academic Director of Keio-W&M CCC.  It was made by Anvil Knitwear, Inc., in Bangladesh. The t-shirt is in excellent condition, with no indications of wear.  It measures 33 in. (width) by 28.25 in. (length) and is marked as a size medium. Gift of Wendy Korwin. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2011.499
Item 2011.503: Keio-W&M CCC T-Shirt, 2008
One black cotton short-sleeve t-shirt worn by participants in the Keio University, College of William and Mary Cross-Cultural Collaboration program. The shirt has screen print text on the front in a rainbow gradient and white.  "KEIO * WM" is written in rainbow gradient and is repeated six times in a column with "CCC Summer 2008" in smaller white text underneath. Shirt was designed by Elizabeth 'Libby' Neidenbach.  It was made by Gildan Activewear in Honduras. T-shirt is in good condition with minor signs of wear on the back side of collar and loose threads on the bottom hem. It measures 35.5in (width) by 27.75in (length) and is marked as a size large. Gift of Kevin Kosanovich. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2011.503
Item 2011.504: Keio-W&M CCC T-Shirt, 2009
One light blue cotton-polyester blend short-sleeve t-shirt worn by participants in the Keio University, College of William and Mary Cross-Cultural Collaboration program in 2009. The shirt has screen print designs on the front in navy blue, red, white, and black.  "W&M & KEIO UNIVERSITY / 2009 / CROSS CULTURAL / COLLABORATION" is written in red with navy blue outlining on the front.  The design features a white oval with red and navy blue lines radiating in all directions.  A black and white image of the Wren Building cupola is centered on the white oval with a robot wearing a baseball glove on the left and a cartoon drawing of Benjamin Franklin wearing 'shutter shades,' sunglasses popularized by Kanye West, on the right. Shirt was designed by Kevin Kosanovich.  It was made by Gildan Activewear in Haiti. The t-shirt is in excellent condition, with no indications of wear.  It measures 32.5in (width) by 28in (length) and is marked as a size medium. Gift of Kevin Kosanovich. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA  2011.504
Item 2012.316.1: "One Tribe / One Family" Griffin T-Shirt, 2012
Golden yellow cotton, medium sized t-shirt with text "THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY / ONE Tribe / ONE FAMILY" on the front in green with white outlining. Back of t-shirt features the Griffin mascot logo with the "Tribe" athletics logo. T-shirt given to staff and volunteers to wear while assisting during Freshman Move-in in 2011 and 2012. Gift of Steve Bookman. Located in Textiles, S1, SS1. UA 2012.316.01
Item 2012.345.3: Tribe Swimming T-shirt, circa 1990s
White cotton-polyester blend t-shirt with screen printed Tribe logo and "Swimming" in green text with yellow outline. T-shirt manufactured by Screen Stars Best and sized XL. T-shirt is in good condition with two gray/black scuff marks on the back left shoulder. Gift of Charles L. Kendrick III. Located in Textiles, S1 SS1. UA 2012.345.03
Item 2013.251.1: Barrett Hall T-Shirt, 2004-2005
Black t-shirt with "End Of An Era" written in hot pink papyrus font screen print across the front. "B 3 W" is written on the side of the wearer's right sleeve in hot pink papyrus font screen print. The back of the shirt reads "Barrett." Underneath "Barrett" reads 'We don't live with boys' and under this phrase is written "Chic" all in hot pink papyrus font screen print. This shirt was created in honor of Barrett Hall's last year as an all-women’s dorm. The dorm was converted to a co-ed dorm in 2005-2006. The shirt is a size large. It is in good condition with two 0.5in. loose threads on the inside of the wearer's right sleeve and a 1.25in. loose thread on the inside of the wearer's left sleeve. Gift of Lynne Fors, Class of 2008. UA 2013.251.01
Subseries 4: William and Mary Libraries/ Swem Library T-shirts and Shirts
Item 1991.093: William and Mary Libraries T-Shirt, circa 1985
Yellow "William and Mary Libraries" t-shirt, lettering in black. On back lettering states "Check it Out" with a bar-code and numbers in black. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2295752403 and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545454. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 3. UA 1991.093
Item 1991.094: Swem Library Volleyball T-Shirt, circa 1979
Navy blue t-shirt letting in white on the front "Dewey Decimaters" with a symbol of a mallet cracking a volleyball, on back "Dewey Decimal" is crossed out and "Swem Library" appears. Shirt corresponds to the book Dewey Decimated, from which the library volleyball team was named. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545478 and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545496. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 3. UA 1991.094
Item 1994.004: William and Mary Library T-Shirt, circa 1985
Blue t-shirt with black lettering on front "William and Mary Libraries", back "Check it out" with bar code and item number. Shirt created for library staff when the library was automating and the books were being barcoded. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2295752689/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2296545810/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 5. UA 1994.004
Item 1998.047: William and Mary Library T-Shirt, 1997
White shirt bearing "Sink or Swem for the 4th Century" in yellow on teal background, "A Library for the 21st Century" in white on a light teal background, and picture of a ship. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2349490403/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2350323180/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 6. UA 1998.047
Item 2009.077: Swem Library e-SWAT T-Shirt, 2008
One black cotton t-shirt worn by members of the e-SWAT technical support team at Swem Library of the College of William and Mary. The front of the shirt has a blue bubble with "e-SWAT" written inside the bubble in white. The back of the shirt has a blue Swem window with "E-SWAT Tech Help" surrounding it in blue and white lettering. The shirt is a size large and is 31 1/2 in x 29 in. The shirt is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 34. UA 2009.077
Item 2013.282.1: "The Archon Ultimatum" T-shirt, 2000s
One orange t-shirt featuring a the depiction of a person outlined in black and wearing black pants pushing a rock, outlined in black, up an incline toward a black cat. Beneath the incline "The Archon Ultimatum" is written in black comic sans font. The shirt is a size XL and is in excellent condition. Gift of Amy Schindler. UA 2013.282.01
Subseries 5: Campus Campaigns/Movements T-shirts and Shirts
Item 1991.012: William and Mary "Tribe Dome" T-shirt, 1981
One green t-shirt decorated with a modification of the college coat-of-arms; back of shirt features college buildings with stadium as focus and the words "Tribe Dome" appearing; shirt created by students opposing a proposed expansion of Cary Field Stadium. Image is available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2295752315/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 3. UA 1991.012
Item 1993.032.3: Anti Athletic Department T-Shirt, circa 1989-1993
One white cotton t-shirt, once owned by E. Strother Murray, class of 1993, that was used as a protest against the Athletics Department at William and Mary. The front of the shirt has "Athletic Department" written in green inside a red circle with a line going through it. The back of the shirt has green lettering saying "What Does the W&M Athletic Dept. Have in Common with Saddam Hussein? a. They both run a dictatorship b. They both lie c. They both make poor and selfish judgments d. There needs to be a change in leadership e. all of the above" It is in fair condition. Transferred from the E. Strother Murray Papers (UA 5.049). Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 10.  UA 1993.032.3
Item 1993.032.4: William and Mary Recycling T-Shirt, circa 1989-1993
One light blue cotton t-shirt, once owned by E. Strother Murray, class of 1993, that was used by the William and Mary Recycling student group to advocate recycling on campus. The front of the shirt features a Brontosaurus and the phrase "William & Mary Recycling: Recycle or Die: written in dark blue. The back of the shirt features a pyramid of waste with the sign "Larry the Landfill" and the word "Burp" right beside the landfill." Below the landfill is the phrase "Excuse Me, I'm Full." It is in fair condition with a small stain on the front. Trasferred from the E. Strother Murray Papers (UA 5.049). Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 10. UA1993.032.4
Item 2004.013: Campaign for William and Mary T-Shirt, 2004
White shirt with "Campaign for William and Mary" written in dark green on front, with campaign logo (Wren cupola and weather vane). Back shows a multicolored compass rose superimposed on a purple King William and Queen Mary cypher. Below image it reads "Charting Our Destiny" in maroon. Brand new condition. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2349490599/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2349490611/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 7.UA2004.013
Item 2008.015: Living Wage Campaign T-shirt, circa 2002
Gold size XXX-Large t-shirt with green print. It reads "College of William and Mary Living Wage Campaign" on the front and "William & Mary est. 1693 Isn't it time for a raise?" on the back. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2610167967/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2610168005/.Gift of James Spady. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 8. UA2008.015
Item 2008.065: We Want Nichol T-Shirt, February 2008
Yellow t-shirt with "We Want Nichol" in green on the front. The shirt was collected at the University Center from students protesting the resignation of College President Gene Nichol in February 2008. Size Medium. Cotton t-shirt. Excellent condition. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2928810927/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 11. UA2008.065
Item 2008.066: If President Nichol's Not Welcome Here... T-Shirt, 2008
Yellow t-shirt with green lettering - front has image of the Wren Building with "If President Nichol's Not Welcome Here..." back "Then Neither Am I". This t-shirt was collected from students protesting the resignation of College President Gene Nichol in February 2008. The t-shirt design was created prior to President Nichol's resignation and worn by students at rallies, including one outside of the Muscarelle Museum of Art to show support for President Nichol during a Board of Visitors dinner at the museum. Cotton t-shirt. Size Medium. Excellent condition. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2928811101/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2928811047/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 11. UA2008.066
Item 2008.067: If President Nichol's Not Welcome Here... T-Shirt, 2008
Yellow t-shirt with green lettering - front has image of the Wren Building with "If President Nichol's Not Welcome Here..." back "Then Neither Am I". The shirt was collected from students protesting the resignation of College President Gene Nichol in February 2008. The t-shirt design was created prior to President Nichol's resignation and worn by students at rallies, including one outside of the Muscarelle Museum of Art to show support for President Nichol during a Board of Visitors dinner at the museum. Cotton t-shirt. Size Large. Excellent condition. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2928811101/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2928811047/. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 11. UA2008.067
Item 1994.077.3: James Blair Statue Robe - Shirt, circa 1993
One white cotton v-neck shirt that was part of the robe ensemble used on the model to sculpt the statue of James Blair, statue by Lewis Caben. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 56. UA 1994.077.3
Item 2009.020.4: John Stewart Bryan Yule Log Shirt, 1934-1942
One white linen with machine-made lace shirt worn by President Bryan during Yule Log ceremonies at the College. The shirt appears to be hand-made with pearl buttons down the front. It is in fair condition with a red spot under one sleeve. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 32. UA 2009.020.4
Item 2009.021.5: John Stewart Bryan Oxford-Cloth Colonial Shirt, circa 1940
One white oxford-cloth shirt with cuff ruffles worn by College President John Stewart Bryan as part of a colonial costume. There is a ruffle down the front of the shirt with a hand-sewn in silk crepe. It is a Manhattan shirt that has a 15in. neck and a 36in. sleeve. It is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 32. UA 2009.021.5
Series 2: Sweaters and Sweatshirts
Item 1987.074: William and Mary Sweatshirt, 1987
Green sweatshirt with the words "William and Mary" and the college seal on the front in yellow and white, child's size 4T.Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2929674400/. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 12. UA 1987.074
Item 2007.030a: Gentlemen of the College Sweatshirt, circa 1992-2006
A size large green sweatshirt with yellow lettering. The sweatshirt was worn by an unidentified individual. Located in Textiles S1 SS1, Box 999. UA2007.030
Item 2011.082: Bishop Madison Society Sweatshirt, circa 1966
One blue cotton sweatshirt with "Bishop Madison Society" written across the back of the sweatshirt in white. The shirt was once owned by H.E. Krauss, class of 1967. The sweatshirt is in fair condition and is a mens size XL. The sweatshirt was made by Southern Athletic. Located in Textiles S1 SS1.  UA 2011.082
Item 2011.498.2: W&M Child Cardigan, circa 1930s-1940s
A green button-up cardigan that features a "W" and a white "M" on the front of the wearer's left side. There are two white stripes in the middle of the wearer's left sleeve. There is a tag with the number "4" stapled to the bottom of the sweater. There is also a tag with "W and M" printed in green stapled to the back of the collar of the cardigan. The tag sown inside the sweater reads "MARLOMAR/ WESTBURY, N.Y./ 100% TURBO ACRYLIC/ RN 40112." The cardigan is in excellent condition. Transferred by Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.02
Item 2011.498.3: "1944" Sweater, circa 1944
A green sweater featuring "1944" sown in pale brown with gold outline on the front. The sweater has elastic at the waist and on the ends of both sleeves. There is a tag sown into the back of the collar that reads "Northrop/ SPORT SHOP, INC./ NORFOLK, VIRGINIA." The sweater is in good condition. It seems to have suffered some fading. Transferred by Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.03
Item 2014.498.5: W&M Sweater, circa 1930s-1940s
A green sweater that features a gray "W" and "M" outlined in gold and intertwined sown on the front of the sweater. The sweater has elastic on the bottom and on both sleeves. The sweater is in good condition with an approximately 2.125in. unraveling thread on the wearer's left of the collar. Transferred by Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.05
Item 2011.498.6: W&M Sweater, circa 1930s-1940s
A green sweater that features a gold "W" and "M" intertwined on the front. The sweater has elastic at the waist and on both sleeves. There is a tag sown in at the back of the collar that reads "(Illegible) KNITTING MILL CHICAGO" with "ATHLETIC KNITTED WEAR FOR EVERY SPORT" circling around it. The sweater is in fair condition with discoloration and fading on the gold "W" and "M." There is also a 1in. hole on the front at the top of the sweater on the wearer's left (below the collar) and a 0.5in. hole on the bottom on the wearer's left (above the elastic waistline). There are also two 0.125in. a hole on the top of the sweater on the wearer’s right (below the collar). There are two mended patches on the bottom of the sweater on the front (at the top of the elastic waistline on the wearer's right and at the bottom of the elastic waistline on the wearer's left). There is also an approximately 2in. brown stain on the side below the sleeve on the wearer's right. There is a lot of brown discoloration all over the sweater. Transferred by Alumni Association. Gift of Ed Trice. UA 2011.498.06
Item 2011.498.7: W&M Sweater, circa 1930s-1940s
A dark green sweater with a gold "W" and "M" intertwined and outlined in gray on the front. There is a black  tag sown into the back of the collar that has "A.G. Spalding & Bros." written in white script. The sweater is in good condition with loose threads coming out all along the intertwined "W" and "M." Transferred by Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.07
Item 2011.498.9: William and Mary Sweater, circa 1930s-1940s
A dark green sweater featuring a gray "W" and "M" intertwined together and outlined in gold on the front. The sweater has elastic at the waistline and at the ends of both sleeves. There is a blue tag sown on the back of the collar. "KING SPORTSWEAR COMPANY" is embroidered in gold on the blue tag. The sweater is in excellent condition with an approximately 1in. loose thread on the elastic waist on the wearer's right side. Transferred by the Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.09
Item 2011.585.5: Virginia State College Omega Psi Phi Sweater, 1967
One purple and gold knit wool sweater. Wool v-neck sweater knitted in purple wool with gold knit contrast neckline and gold knit stripes on arms, cuffs, across the chest and on the hem. Twelve wool felt patches sewn on front and back of sweater including one 8.75in. patch on front with Omega Psi Phi coat of arms, one 6in. arm patch stitched with "Spring '67," one 15.5in. back patch with ? (omega) symbol and "omega psi phi" stitched in dark yellow thread, and one 5in. rectangular patch on rear hem with "George Reid JR" stitched in white thread.  Made by Logan Kitting Mills in Chicago, Illinois.  1967. Sweater measures 28in.(length). Sweater worn by the father of Justin Reid (charter member of Alpha Delta Sigma Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity) as a student at what was then Virginia State College and is now Virginia State University. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113459791/. Gift of Alpha Delta Sigma Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2011.585.05
Item 2013.001.1: William & Mary Knit Cardigan Sweater, circa 1992
One cotton hand-knit green cardigan sweater with depictions of the Crim Dell Bridge on the front and the Wren Building on the back. The sweater also features the William & Mary college seal, "William & Mary" text logo, a cannon, and cursive text "Class of" (with space for class year to be added) on the sleeves. The front of the sweater also has a graduation cap with protruding rope tassels, the "WM" sports logo, and "1693." Front is secured with six brass colored metal buttons with crest image. Tag at sweater neck reads "BEREK® New York / Produced and Hand Knit by Marta D / © BEREK 1992 / Knitted by Hand with Two Needles / 100% Pima Cotton / Made in Uruguay / Dry Clean / [Size] M." Cardigan is in good condition with two reddish stains on left collar and a broken thread at the top of the graduation cap. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/9292141675/. Sweater was a gift to Sophie Lee from D. Bruce Christian, Class of 1973 in October 2011; both are members of the College of William & Mary Foundation Board of Trustees as of 2013. Gift of Sophie Lee, Class of 1990. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2013.001.01
Series 3: Polo Shirts
Item 1992.021: ODX Polo Shirt, circa 1982
One Navy blue polo shirt, short sleeve, with "ODX" in white above left breast pocket. Size Large. 50% cotton, 50% polyester. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2929674552/. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 12. UA1992.021
Item 2002.062: Society of the Alumni Polo Shirt, circa 1982
Society of the Alumni white polo shirt with the college seal. Above the seal is "The College of William and Mary" and below reads "The Society of the Alumni". Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2929674596/. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 12. UA 2002.062
Item 2007.073.2: William and Mary Pep Band Polo Shirt, circa 2007
One green polo shirt that was used by a member of the William and Mary Pep Band. The left pocket of the shirt has "W & M Pep Band" in gold and white lettering. It is in good condition.Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 41. UA 2007.073.2
Item 2010.506: William and Mary Pep Band Ladies Green Polo Shirt, 2009
One green polyester/cotton polo shirt that was given out to graduating seniors of the William and Mary Pep Band by the William and Mary Alumni Band. The shirt has "William & Mary Pep Band 2009" written on the left side of the shirt with a gold French Horn and musical clef. The shirt was made by the Port Authority company. It is a ladies size small and it is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS1.UA 2010.506
Item 2010.507: William and Mary Pep Band Mens Green Polo Shirt, 2009
One green polyester/cotton polo shirt that was given out to graduating seniors of the William and Mary Pep Band by the William and Mary Alumni Band. The shirt has "William & Mary Pep Band 2009" written on the left side of the shirt with a gold French Horn and musical clef. The shirt was made by the Port Authority company. It is a mens size large and it is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA  2010.507
Item 2011.128: William & Mary Green Polo Shirt, circa 1995-2005
One green men's polo shirt with "William & Mary" written in gold on the left-hand side of the shirt. The shirt is made of cotton and was created by Williow-Pointe Sportswear. The shirt was once owned by Charles L. Kendrick, III, class of 1982 and 1995. Some signs of fading but otherwise fair condition and is a men's size medium.  Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2011.128
Item 2013066.19: Christopher Wren Singers Polo Shirt, circa 2007
Burgundy cotton knit polo shirt with white embroidered text, "CWS / College of William and Mary" on the wearer's upper left side. Shirt has short sleeves, three pearlized ivory colored plastic buttons on the shirt's placket, and a turnover collar. Polo shirt was worn by Christopher Wren Singers during performances. Gift of Richard Rossini, Class of 2015. Transferred upon receipt from the Christopher Wren Singers Records (UA 7.067). Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2013.066.19
Series 4: Jackets
Item 1989.143: Gymnastics Jacket, circa 1969
One gold polyester jersey jacket, size 6, embroidered with "William and Mary Gymnastics" in green, and with a maker's crest on it, given to members of the women's gymnastics team. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2928811237/. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 12.  UA 1989.143
Item 1991.044: Monogram Jacket, circa 1943
Dark green wool jacket with white piping awarded to Mary J. Simon Blevins, class of 1943. Jacket contains monogram with a gold W and green M against a gray background. Also a small star is attached along with two banner monograms; one signifying that Simon was president of the "Orchesis" and "Manager" of intramurals.Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2929674886/. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 13. UA 1991.044
Item 1994.018: William and Mary Swimming Jacket, circa 1980s
Green nylon swimming jacket with hood and draw string; the words "William and Mary Swimming" are printed on the right front of the jacket. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 42. UA 1994.018
Item 1994.023: William and Mary Swimming Jacket, circa 1980s
Green jacket with gold and white braid sleeves; gold letting spells "Kendrick" and gold lettering on the back spells "William and Mary Swimming".  Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 42. UA1994.023
Item 2002.061: William and Mary Jacket, 1978-1982
One Gold and green William and Mary jacket which belonged to Charles L. Kendrick, class of 1982. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2002.061
Item 2003.001.1: Dr. Carl A. "Pappy" Fehr Tuxedo Jacket, circa 1945-1974
One black tuxedo jacket with tails that was worn by William and Mary Choir Director Dr. Carl A. "Pappy" Fehr, most likely for concerts. It is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 67. UA 2003.001.1
Item 2003.001.2: Dr. Carl A. "Pappy" Fehr Morning Jacket, circa 1945-1974
One black morning jacket with black silk trim that was worn by William and Mary Choir Director Dr. Carl A. "Pappy" Fehr. It is in fair condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 67. UA 2003.001.2
Item 2009.020.1: John Stewart Bryan Yule Log Jacket, 1934-1942
One red velvet jacket with gold braided buttons worn by College President John Stewart Bryan during Yule Log ceremonies. The jacket has a mulberry silk crepe. The jacket is in good condition.Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2009.020.1
Item 2010.134: William and Mary Letterman Jacket, undated
One green with gold sleeves William and Mary letterman jacket that was given to the last woman to letter in two sports at the College prior to 2010. The shell is made of mostly wool and the sleeves are vinyl. The inside lining of the jacket is nylon. There is a gold and silver "WM" letter over the left-hand side of the jacket, with two field hockey sticks and a lacrosse stick in black and gold on the letter as well. It was made by Butwin of Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is in fair condition and is a men's size 38. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2010.134
Item 2010.378: Queens' Guard Jacket with Blue and White Collar, circa 1960s-1970s
One red wool uniform used by Austin Bayer of the College of William and Mary Queens' Guard at various events on campus. The uniform is in the style of the Scots Guard of Great Britain. The front of the jacket contains eight silver buttons and one red plastic button to close it. The sleeves are blue and white and each contain three silver buttons. Each shoulder contains a blue and white epaulet with a silver button attached. The collar is blue with a white thistle on each side of the neck. The back of the jacket has a red, white, and blue backing with six silver buttons. The name "Austin" is written on the inside of the jacket.  It is in good condition and is approximately 26 1/4 in  (length) x 32 1/2 in (width).  Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA 2010.378
Item 2010.379: Queens' Guard Jacket with Black and Gold Collar, circa 1960s-1970s
One red gabardine jacket used by Austin Bayer of the College of William and Mary Queens' Guard at various events on campus. The front of the jacket contains twelve brass buttons, each 1/2 in. in diameter. Each sleeve has a black and gold ban of cloth around the sleeve opening with three 1/2 in. brass buttons. Each shoulder contains a black and gold epaulet with one brass button on it. The collar is red with gold trim all around. The jacket is a size 38 and was made by The Little Village Tailors using Landau Wool Co. Quality Fabrics. It is in fair condition with a few black marks along the front of the jacket. The jacket is approximately 25in (lenght) x 22 1/2 in (width).  Located in Textiles S1 SS1. UA2010.379
Item 2011700.3a: W&M Alumni Band Uniform--Jacket, 1968-2009
A dark green jacket featuring two brass-gold buttons with a seal in the middle on the front. The jacket also has three brass-gold buttons with a seal in the middle on both sleeves of the jacket. The jacket has an Alumni Band patch and a burgundy, green and gold pocket square. On the inside pocket of the jacket on the wearer's left is a green patch with a green and brown bird in the middle. "John H. Craigmiles" is sewn old English script above the bird. "Classics" is sewn below the bird. The jacket is in excellent condition. Related to W&M Alumni Band Uniform--Shirt (UA 2011.700.03b) and W&M Alumni Band Uniform--Pants (UA 2011.700.03c).Transferred upon receipt from the Jim Anthony Papers (Mss. 2011.700, Acc.2013.200). Gift of Sharon Scruggs, daughter of Jim Anthony. UA 2011.700.03a
Item 2014.016.1: William and Mary Swimming Jacket, circa 1900-1960
One green wool button up  jacket  that has two pockets and a breast pocket on the front on the wearer's left. There is a patch on both the breast pocket and bottom pocket on the wearer's left. The bottom patch is gray and is in the shape of an octagon. There is a gold octagonal outline within the patch and inside the gold outline is a gold and red crown with a laurel reef below it. Above the crown "W" and "M" is stitched in gold. The patch on the breast pocket is gray and in the shape of a seal. There is a gold outline on the inside. Within the gold outline a gold "W" and a green "M" are intertwined. Below the seal patch is a banner that has "SWIMMING" stitched in gold. The jacket also has a tag on the collar that reads "HELEN Z. STONE/ INCORPORATED/ NEW YORK CITY." The jacket is in excellent condition. Transferred from Alumni Association. UA 2014.016.01
Series 5: Academic Robes
Item 1980.120: John Stewart Bryan's Chancellor's Regalia, 1942-1944
One robe, tattered, faded green silk (?) with gray velvet and gold belonging to College President John Stewart Bryan when he was Chancellor of the College from 1942-1944. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 39. UA 1980.120
Item 1986.028: John Stewart Bryan Academic Gown, circa 1934-1944
One black academic gown that was once owned by William and Mary President John Stewart Bryan. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 46. UA 1986.028
Item 1986.028.1: John Stewart Bryan's Academic Robe, circa 1934-1944
One black academic gown once owned by William and Mary President John Stewart Bryan. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 50.  UA1986.028.1
Item 1986.030.1: Cecil McCulley's Academic Gown, circa 1945
One black academic robe trimmed in blue velvet from Columbia University that was owned by Cecil McCulley. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 47. UA 1986.030.1
Item 1988.010.4: John Lesslie Hall John Hopkins University Academic Robe, circa 1988-1928
One black with blue velvet trim academic gown from Johns Hopkins University that was once owned by John Lesslie Hall. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 45.20. UA 1988.010.4
Item 1991.081.1: Alvin Duke Chandler's Academic Gown, circa 1951-1960
One black academic gown trimmed with black velvet that once belonged to College President Alvin Duke Chandler. Located in Textiles S1 SS3, Box 51. UA 1991.081.1
Series 6: Pants and Shorts
Item 2003.001.3: Dr. Carl A. "Pappy" Fehr Tuxedo Pants, circa 1945-1974
One pair of black pants with black silk trim down the leg that was worn by William and Mary Choir Director Dr. Carl A. "Pappy" Fehr, most likely during concerts. It is in fair condition.Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 67.  UA 2003.001.3
Item 2009.020.2: John Stewart Bryan Yule Log Breeches, 1934-1942
One pair of red velvet breeches used by President Bryan during Yule Log ceremonies at the College. The breeches have bone buttons that are gold braided. On the inside of the waist, there is a label that reads "3063MP." The item is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 32. UA 2009.020.2
Item 2009.021.3: John Stewart Bryan Colonial Green Pants, circa 1940
One pair of green velvet pants worn by College President John Stewart Bryan as part of a colonial costume. The pants have hand-stitched button holes and a pearl button on the back pocket. It is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 31. UA 2009.021.3
Item 2009.021.4: John Stewart Bryan Colonial Cream Pants, circa 1940
One pair of cream colored wool pants worn by College President John Stewart Bryan as part of a colonial costume. It has tailored button holes and has a hole for suspenders. The inside label reads "37 L, 30 W, 22E." It is in good condition. An image of this item is available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/3389156429/. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 29. UA 2009.021.4
Item 2011.179: Red William & Mary Gym Shorts, circa 1960s-1970s
One pair of red cotton shorts that were used by students at the College of William & Mary for gym classes. The shorts have a white trim around the sides and the legs, and have "William and Mary" written in white on the left leg of the shorts. The shorts are in fair condition with some fading in color, and are a men's size large. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2011.179
Item 2011.180: Blue William & Mary Gym Shorts, circa 1960s-1970s
One pair of blue cotton shorts that were used by students at the College of William & Mary for gym classes. The shorts have a white trim around the sides and the legs, and have "William and Mary" written in white on the left leg of the shorts. The shorts are in fair condition with some fading in color, and are a men's size large. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2011.180
Item 2011.585.3: Camouflage Cargo Pants, circa 2008
One cotton and polyester green, black, brown and dark tan camouflage cargo pants. Features drawstring bottom hems, adjustable waist tabs, large cargo flap pockets on side legs and seat. Size Large with regular inseam, made in China by Rothco, Ultra Force B.D.U. Pants inseam measures 32in. and waist measures 36in. Overall length measures  43.25in. Circa 2008. Camo pants worn by members while they were pledges in tribute to earlier members of the national OPP who helped desegregate the U.S. military. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113459419/. Gift of Alpha Delta Sigma Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2011.585.03
Item 2011700.3c: W&M Alumni Band Uniform--Pants, 1968-2009
One pair of light brown pants with a green stripe going down the outside of both the right and left pant legs. The pants have a zipper and a hook to secure the pants. There are six white buttons (two on both the right and left side and two in back) on the top in the inside of the pants used for securing the suspenders used with the pants. The suspenders are white with six eye holes to connect with the buttons. The pants are in excellent condition while the suspenders are in good condition with a 2.5in and 2in. black stain on the right edge of the wearer’s right suspender as well as a 3.5in. and 1in. black stain on the right and left (respective) edges of the wearer's left suspender. There is also some yellow discoloration on the middle bottom of both suspenders near the black stains, on the back eye hole on the wearer's right, and on the bottom of the wearer's right pantleg near the stripe. Related to W&M Alumni Band Uniform--Jacket (UA 2011.700.03a) and W&M Band Uniform--Shirt (UA 2011.700.03b). Transferred upon receipt from the Jim Anthony Papers (Mss. 2011.700, Acc.2013.200). Gift of Sharon Scruggs, daughter of Jim Anthony. UA 2011.700.03c
Series 7: Coats and Blazers
Item 1998.010.1: John Lesslie Hall's Tail Coat, undated
One black coat with tails that once belonged to College professor John Lesslie Hall. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 59. UA 1998.010.1
Item 1998.010.2: John Lesslie Hall's Frock Coat, undated
One black frock coat that once belonged to College professor John Lesslie Hall. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 60.  UA 1998.010.2
Item 2004.012: Wool Blazer of Harry E. Krauss III, circa 1967
One dark gray wool blazer that once belonged to Harry E. Krauss III, class of 1967. There are three buttons down the front and two buttons in each sleeve. There is also a green and gold William and Mary coat of arms patch in the front pocket with "College of William and Mary 1693" written in gold letters around the patch. An image of this item is available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/4119911415/. Gift of Harry E. Krauss III. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 63. UA 2004.012
Item 2009.020.3: John Stewart Bryan Yule Log Waistcoat, 1934-1942
One waistcoat with a front brown panel with rose bushes and daisies used by Bryan for the annual Yule Log ceremony at the College. It is made of silk. The side of the waistcoat is turquoise and the inside is lined with silk crepe. The buttons are silk covered buttons. It is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 32. UA 2009.020.3
Item 2009.021.2: John Stewart Bryan Colonial Waistcoat, circa 1940
One cream colored waistcoat with cotton lining worn by College President John Stewart Bryan as part of a colonial costume. It has pearl buttons with machine-made button holes. There is a label in the neck that reads "HR and L, B25". It is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 30. UA 2009.021.2
Item 2011.243: Blue Gentlemen of the College Blazer, circa January 1990
One blue wool blazer worn by Mike Fitch, Class of 1993; Gentlemen of the College co-founder January 1990; Gentlemen of the College Music Director 1990-1993. From the very first Gentlemen performance (Tazwell "Change of Pace" performance in 1990) through the Final Concert of 1993, this jacket was worn for every single Gentlemen of the College performance from January 1990-May 1993. The front of the jacket has two brass buttons, approximately 0.5in. in diameter, and each sleeve has three brass buttons, approximately 0.25in. in diameter. The blazer was made by American Craftsman. It is in good condition and is a Mens size 39L. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2011.243
Item 1994.077.1: James Blair Statue Robe Ensemble - Robe, circa 1993
One black robe that was part of the robe ensemble used on the model to sculpt the statue of James Blair, statue by Lewis Caben. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 1994.077.1
Item 2007.073.1: William and Mary Pep Band Jersey, circa 2007
One gold jersey that was once owned by a member of the William and Mary Pep Band. The front of the jersey has a gold and black collar and "William & Mary Pep Band" in green. On the back of the shirt, "WM" is stitched in green with green and gold feathers. It is in good condition. Images are available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/4037442390/in/set-72157601972522069/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/4037442406/in/set-72157601972522069/. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 41. UA 2007.073.1
Sub-classification 6: Outerwear
Articles of clothing worn as outer layers over main garments, usually for warmth or weather protection against extreme environmental conditions, dangerous conditions, food, or dust.  This sub-classification does not include footwear or headwear.
Item 1994.077.4: James Blair Statue Robe Ensemble - Shawl, circa 1993
One black nylon shawl that was part of the robe ensemble used on the model to sculpt the statue of James Blair, statue by Lewis Caben. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 57. UA 1994.077.4
Item 2011.585.1: Embroidered Dashiki, circa 2008
One Dark maroon and white patterned cotton dashiki shirt. Front of shirt embroidered with ivory thread on collar, placket, pockets, and sleeves. circa 2008. Dashiki measures 34in. (length) x 24in. (width). Dashiki from Tanzania worn by Justin Reid while he was a pledge. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967382788/. Gift of Alpha Delta Sigma Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. Located in Textiles S1 SS7.  UA 2011.585.01
Item 2011.585.2: Omega Psi Phi Kente Cloth Stole, 2009
Purple and yellow woven cloth Kente stole. Hand-woven Black Greek fraternity Kente stole imported from Ghana, Africa. This stole was worn for ceremonies and graduations, and features the two Omega Psi Phi colors, purple and yellow, represented in the purple woven background color and yellow woven letters. Kente cloth worn by Justin Reid, Class of 2009, as the first member of OPP to graduate. Stole measures 72in. (length) x 4.5in. (width).  2009. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113459541/. Gift of Alpha Delta Sigma Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. Located in Textiles S1 SS3. UA 2011.585.02
Item 2012.177.1: W&M Kente Cloth Stole, 2012
Stoles cosponsored by the Lemon Project and Hulon Willis Association (HWA) and were given to approximately 40 members of the Class of 2012 at the first donning of the Kente Ceremony at W&M on May 11, 2012. Stoles individually crafted in Ghana by Midwest Global Group, Inc. Located in Textiles S1, SS3. UA 2012.177.01
Item 2013.086.1: 2013 W&M Kente Cloth, 2013
Black stole in the kente cloth design. Each side of the stole contains white, gold, and green stripes with W&M stitched in gold, and 2013 stitched in white. There are also black tassels at the bottom on each side of the stole. The stole was used as part of the "Donning of the Kente" that was the program for the 2013 ceremony on May 10, 2013 as part of Commencement. Stoles individually crafted in Ghana by Midwest Global Group, Inc. The stole is in excellent condition with a 0.125in. loose thread on the bottom section of white, green, and gold on the wearer's left. The stole also has a 0.125in. and a 0.5in. unraveling thread in the same section on the wearer's left. Gift of Jody Allen. UA 2013.086.01
Sub-classification 7: Protective Wear
Articles of clothing worn over main garments or in place of main garments for protection from extreme environmental conditions, dangerous conditions, or substances such as food or dust.  This sub-classification does not include footwear, headwear, body armor, or sports equipment.
Item 1990.024: Flight Suit of Minnie Cole Savage, 1931
One Dark beige corduroy overalls with a fleece interior worn by Minne Cole Savage, the first woman to receive her pilot's license through the William and Mary flight school. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 1990.024
Item 2010.679.1: Runner's Bib Number, June 21, 1968
One yellow and blue cloth bib number that was used in the 3,000 meter steeplechase at the American Athletic Union's National Championships in Sacremento, California. The runner's number is "304" and written in pen in the middle of the "0" is "AAU 6/21/68, Sacramento, Calif., 3,000m. Steeplechase, 8:50 - 10th." It is in poor condition with several frayed edges and various spots around each number. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA  2010.679.01
Item 2011.735.5: North American Serials Interest Group [NASIG] Apron, 2002
One Red polyester and cotton apron with white screen printing. Made by Edwards, Scotchguard Protection in the USA. Front printed in white with "NASIG 2002, William & Mary, STAFF." Back printed in navy blue and white with "Transforming serials: The Revolution Continues."  2002. 29in. (length) x 21in. (width). Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967382020/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967382162/. Gift of Steven Murden, Class of 1974.Located in Textiles S1 SS7.  UA 2011.735.05
Sub-classification 8: Underwear
Articles of clothing worn beneath main garments or protective wear to protect clothing from the body or the body from the clothing or to shape or support parts of the body.  Underwear is the layer of clothing that is closest to the skin.
Item 1991.030: Gym Bloomers, circa 1928
One pair of black knee-length gym bloomers used in women's physical education classes by Mildred Williams Doughty, class of 1933.Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2929674942/. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 13. UA 1991.030
Item 1994.077.6: James Blair Statue Robe Ensemble - Undergarment, circa 1993
One black cotton undergarment that was part of the robe ensemble used on the model to sculpt the statue of James Blair, statue by Lewis Caben. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 1994.077.6
Item 2011.731.2: JT's Date Bra, 2011
One white bra with "JT's Date" inscribed on the front in black ink. Collected by James Deffenbaugh, Music Librarian Emeritus, from a Swem Library men's restroom. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2011.731.02
Classification 3: Personal Gear
Artifacts originally created to be used by individuals as clothing care tools such as glove stretchers, as personal carrying or storage gear such as wallets, or backpacks, as protective equipment such as umbrellas or goggles, as personal or physical aids such as canes or eyeglasses, or as personal smoking or drug equipment such as pipes.
Sub-classification 1: Clothing Care Artifacts
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to assist in the minor care or routine maintenance of clothing.  This sub-classification does not include laundry artifacts, which are listed in Maintenance T&E.
Item 2009.021.8: Silver Mending Scraps for John Stewart Bryan Colonial Clothing, circa 1940
2-silver straps with real metal used for mending colonial clothing that were owned by College President John Stewart Bryan. They are in fair condition. Located in TextilesS1 SS8, Box 30. UA 2009.021.8
Sub-classification 2: Personal Assistive Artifacts
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to help individuals in performing day-to-day activities or to keep them safe or comfortable.  This sub-classification includes devices that enhance personal vision, hearing, or mobility.  It does not include clothing or tools and equipment designed for specific activities.
Item 1982.019: Spectacles of Thomas Cocke, circa 1775-1797
Spectacles of Thomas Cocke (WM 1780), a founder of PBK. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1982.019
Item 1998.087: Fan, circa 1996
One football shaped fan attached to a stick. The fan is made of heavy cardstock and the front is yellow and green. The back reads "I'm a WM Fan!" There is a Taco Bell logo on left back. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1998.087
Item 2007.020: Football Fan, circa 2000
Green and yellow football-shaped fan with the W&M feathers logo; sponsored by Embassy Suites. Located in Rec Obj S3, Box 5. UA 2007.020
Item 2008.22: Swem Library Sunglasses, circa 1999
One pair of black and neon green sunglasses with "Swem Library" printed in black on both bows. The sunglasses were given away at the groundbreaking for the Swem Library expansion and renovation. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2008.22
Item 2008.24: William and Mary Sunglasses, circa 1999
One pair of black and neon yellow sunglasses with "William & Mary" printed in black on the left bow. The sunglasses were given away at the groundbreaking for the Swem Library expansion and renovation. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2008.24
Item 2008.39: 300th Anniversary Homecoming Handkerchief, October 23, 1993
One white handkerchief with "300 Years & Still Partyin' Homecoming" written in red.  Has the Greek symbols for the fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon as well as the Delta Delta Delta Sorority.  Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2008.39
Item 2009.135: William and Mary Handkerchief, circa 1993
One printed linen handkerchief several College of William and Mary Coat of Arms in the center. There is a yellow border surrounding the shields with a green border around the edge of the handkerchief. "The College of William and Mary" is written on the bottom of the handkerchief, "First Edition" is written on the right-hand side, and "Frankie Welch" on the left-hand side of the handkerchief. The dimensions of the handkerchief are 8.25in. on all four sides and it is in great condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2009.135
Item 2010.430: William and Mary College Seal Handkerchief, circa 1993
One printed linen handkerchief several College of William and Mary Coat of Arms in the center. There is a yellow border surrounding the shields with a green border around the edge of the handkerchief. "The College of William and Mary" is written on the bottom of the handkerchief, "First Edition" is written on the right-hand side, and "Frankie Welch" on the left-hand side of the handkerchief. The dimensions of the handkerchief are 8.25in. on all four sides and it is in great condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA  2010.430
Item 2011.181: "Great Service is IT" Neon Yellow Sunglasses, circa 1999
A pair of black and neon yellow sunglasses with "Great Service is IT" printed in black on both bows. The sunglasses were probably given away at the groundbreaking for the Swem Library expansion and renovation. They are in fair condition with some scratches on the lenses. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.181
Item 2011.182: Neon Pink Swem Library Sunglasses, circa 1999
A pair of black and neon pink sunglasses with "Swem Library" printed in black on both bows. The sunglasses were given away at the groundbreaking for the Swem Library expansion and renovation. They are in fair condition with some scratches on the lenses. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.182
Item 2011.221: Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority Glass, circa 1980
One glass engraved with the Greek letters Kappa Kappa Gamma in honor of the sorority at the College of William and Mary. The glass was once owned by Charles L. Kendrick, III, class of 1982 and 1995. It is approximately 4 in. in diameter and in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.221
Sub-classification 3: Personal Carrying and Storage Gear
Artifacts originally created to assist individuals in housing or transporting personal items such as clothing, adornment, or personal accessories.  This sub-classification includes handheld containers such as luggage and containers that are worn such as bandolier bags or tool belts, It also includes clips, chains, and beads that are worn or carried to hold items.  This sub-classification does not include containers that are listed in other classifications with the specific objects for which they were made.
Item 1986021.12: Decorative Box of William G. Guy, undated
One brown stamped leather box that was once owned by William and Mary student and professor William G. Guy. The box may have been used to house jewelery. The inside of the box is made of silk and is tan in color. The box is 2.75in. in diameter and is 1.5in.  tall. It is in fair shape with some fading. Gift of Alfred Armstrong. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1986.021.12
Item 1994.010: Homecoming Bag, 1992
Black and red bag with "W&M Homecoming '92" logo. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1994.010
Item 1998.060: William and Mary Checkbook Cover, undated
One checkbook cover made of green vinyl with "William and Mary" and two cartoon Indians printed in yellow. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 12. UA1998.060
Item 1998.068: Silver Case, circa 1746-1747
One silver case, supposed to have belonged to William Dawson and which once contained the seal of the diploma for the degree of Doctor of Divinity awarded to him by the University of Oxford, 10 February 1746/1747. The case bears the mark of English silversmith Robert Makepeace. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1998.068
Item 2008.109: Key Chain Engraved with Mrs. Tyler, undated
One brass key chain engraved with the words "Mrs. Tyler" on it. There is also a key attached with the words "Yale, Stamford, Connecticut" written on it. The chain is approximately 2.25in.x 2.5in. Both the key and the chain are in fair condition with a little corrosion on each. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2008.109
Item 2008.177: Brown Suitcase Trunk, undated
One brown suitcase trunk with brown leather straps and end pieces that may have belonged to Ernest Goodrich. The trunk also has William and Mary stickers on all sides. It is 23.5in. x 13 in. In fair condition with a few holes. Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 2008.177
Item 2009.022: Dunlap Wig Box of John Stewart Bryan, circa 1934-1942
One tan and red dunlap box that was used by College President John Stewart Bryan to store his wig that was used in the annual Yule Log Ceremony at William and Mary. It is in poor condition with parts of the box starting to come apart. Located in Textiles S1 SS4, Box 64. UA2009.022
Item 2009.370: Tennis Racquet Bag of Giles Buckner Cooke, circa 1900
One brown canvas tennis bag that once belonged to Giles Buckner Cooke, class of 1923 at the College of William and Mary. The bag was made by The Horace Partridge Co. in Boston, Massachusetts sometime before 1900. The inside pouch is inscribed with “Ann Dorsey Cooke, 502 Yarmouth Road, Towson, Maryland.” There is another smaller pouch that is inscribed with “Ann Dorsey Cooke, Roland Park Country School.” The bag is approximately 28 in. x 10.5 in. The bag is in fair to poor shape with a few holes in the bottom and evidence of heavy fading all over the bag. Gift of Anna Dorsey Cooke Allison, class of 1959. Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 2009.370
Item 2010.243: Swem Library Tote Bag, 2010
One canvass tote bag that was given to the Swem Library Board of Directors as gifts at their April 23-April 24, 2010 meeting. The bag was made by Crystal Boyce, Swem Circulation staff, out of the curtains in the Botetourt Theatre in Swem Libary. The pattern of the fabric contains several different shapes and sizes of green, gold, white, and blue triangles as well as white circles. Attached to the bag is a silver tag with the Swem window and "Swem Library", The College of William and Mary" surrounding the window. The bag is approximately 13.5in. x 13.75in. and the handles are approximately 9.875in. (length).  The bag is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2010.243
Item 2010.638: William and Mary Messenger Bag, circa 1978-1982
One blue and gray nylon William and Mary messanger bag that was once owned by Charles Kendrick, class of 1982, while a student at the College. The front of the bag has "William & Mary" and the College seal in silver. "The Society of the Alumni of the College of William and Mary" is written around the College seal in silver as well. Attached to the bag are two gray handles and a shoulder strap, all made of a canvas material. The bag was made by Bearse Manufacturing Company of Chicago, Ill and Newburgh, N.Y. It is approximatley 18in. x 14in. and is in fair condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8.UA 2010.638
Item 2011.084: William & Mary Matchbook Cover
One green and gold matchbook case made of cardboard with the College of William & Mary's seal and a pennant with "W & M Restaurant" on the cover. The matchbook was sold by the William & Mary Restaurant to customers and was made by Universal Match Corp., of Richmond, Virginia. It is approximately 1.5 in. x 4.375 in. It is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.084
Item 2011498.18: William and Mary Cypher Tote, circa 2000s
One green William and Mary tote that features the William and Mary cypher in yellow on the front. The tote also has a white tag on the inside of the bag that reads "KOOL PAK®/44706-ASI 65595-114/Made in China." The bag measures approximately 13in. (length) x 12in. (width) and is in good condition with an approximately 2.5in. and 0.5in. loose thread on the top left side of the bag. Transferred by the Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.18
Item 2011.584.5: Alpha Phi Alpha Keychain, circa 2000s
Yellow and black plastic key chain. Keychain features the three Greek letters composing the Fraternity name, Alpha Phi Alpha.  2.5in (length) x 0.75in (width). Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967379824/. Gift of Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Pi Chapter. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA2011.584.05
Item 2011.734.1: GAISF Congress & General Assembly Tote Bag, 1987
One white Nylon tote with dark blue handles. Front paint stencilled with multi-color logo and "GAISF congress & General Assembly, Colorado Springs, Colorado U.S.A., October 14-17, 1987." Back is paint stencilled with the Olympic Rings logo and "USA." Tote measures 14in.(length) x 16in.(width). Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113460463/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113459985/. Gift of Rene A. Henry; transferred by Christopher Wilson, Department of Kinesiology & Health Sciences. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2011.734.01
Item 2011.734.3: National Sports Festival Zippered Portfolio Case, 1983
Blue Vinyl backed nylon portfolio with white nylon zipper top made by Fabriko Incorporated in the USA. Front printed in white lettering with “National Sports Festival, Colorado Springs, June 24 – July 3, 9 1983” and sponsorship logos printed in white for companies including United, Kodak, Levi’s, ARCO, and Miller Light Beer.  Portfolio measures 15.5 in. (width)  x 12 in. (length). Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113460757/. Gift of Rene A. Henry; transferred by Christopher Wilson, Department of Kinesiology & Health Sciences. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.734.03
Item 2011.734.4: U.S. Olympic Committee Portfolio Case with handles, 1988
Black vinyl backed nylon portfolio with top handles made by Tru-Touch in the USA. Front printed in gold with image of US Capitol building and Olympic Rings logo, and with “United States Olympic Committee, House of Delegates Meeting, Washington, D.C., April 29 – 30, 1988.” Rear imprinted with relief of United States Olympic Committee emblem.  Portfolio measures 13.625 in. (length) x 20 in. (width). Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113460577/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967381132/. Gift of Rene A. Henry; transferred by Christopher Wilson, Department of Kinesiology & Health Sciences. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.734.04
Item 2012.139.1: Beijing Normal University Wallet, 2012
Wallet presented to Beatriz Hardy, Director of Special Collections Research Center, on April 16, 2012 at a tea ceremony in Swem Library board room by visting students and faculty of the Beijing Normal University. BNU students and faculty visited Swem Library as part of a campus tour for the grand opening of the William & Mary Confucius Institute. Four facsimile Chinese scrolls acquired with funds from the Confucius Institute and W&M student calligraphy were exhibited in The Three Perfections for their visit. Gift of Beatriz Hardy. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.139.01
Sub-classification 4: Smoking and Recreational Drug Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the preparation, consumption, or personal storage or tobacco products or non-pharmaceutical drugs.  This sub-classification does not include equipment used for the  manufacture of tobacco products, which is listed in Other T&E for Materials.  it does not include household receptacles for tobacco, tobacco equipment, or tobacco waste that are listed in Containers for Smoking and Tobacco.
Item 1980.105: Ceremonial Smoking Pot of Tau Chi, 1844 ?
One slip-cast, unglazed, red-bodied earthenware bowl with raised classical and floral decoration and 12 decorated sockets for pipe-stems. Bottom stamped "Bergmann" and "1844". Bowl is 6.25in (height) x 11in. (width). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1980.105
Item 1998.004: Cigarette Case, circa 1940-1965
One clear plastic cigarette case with a removable top. The case includes "Camel" in blue for the Camel cigarette brand and "W&M" in faded green block letters. The bottom reads "The Club" and "Tupper" (for Tupperware?). This item is similar to UA 2008.021. Cigarette case is 3in. (height) x 2in. (width). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1998.004
Item  2008.021: Cigarette Case, circa 1940-1965
One clear plastic cigarette case with a removable top. The case includes "Camel" in blue for the Camel cigarette brand and "W&M" in green block letters. This item is similar to UA 1998.004. The bottom reads "The Club" and "Tupper" (for Tupperware?). The cigarette case is 3in.(height)x2in.(width). Image is available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2262261348/. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 10.  UA  2008.021.
Item 2008.038: ROTC Cigarette Case, circa 1955-1970
One tan cigarette case with U.S. ROTC in Gold and a green and gold patch with a cat surrounded by the letters W and M. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 14. UA 2008.038
Sub-classification 5: Toilet Articles
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to be used for grooming, hygiene, personal sanitation, or for enhancing one's appearance.
Sub-classification 6: Beauty Supplies
Artifacts used to enhance or care for the appearance of skin, nails, or eyelashes.  This sub-classification includes cosmetics, manicure and pedicure tools, tattooing and skin piercing tools, and associated containers and accessories.  It does not include tools or supplies used for cleaning skin.
Item 1991.043: William and Mary Compact, 1933
One black powder compact. It has a yellow circular lid with the William and Mary seal in the middle and silver branches coming out from it. The interior contains a mirror and compartments for powder and rouge. It was given to Nina Evalena Pruett by her brother as a graduation present in 1933. The compact is 2in. square. Gift of Nina P. Edmunds of Chatham, VA. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 10.  UA 1991.043
Item 2013.059.1: W&M Silver Cosmetic Compact, circa 1930s-1940s
Silver tone metal rounded square cosmetic compact with stylized shield featuring a raised image of the post-restoration Wren Building and the text "WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE WILLIAMSBURG, VA / FOUNDED 1693." The raised image also features some of the Wren Yard with the Lord Botetourt statue, a cannon, several trees on either side of the building, and a bench. The shield is affixed to the a black enamel circle; the underside of the compact features a matching black enamel circle, but with no emblem. The front of the compact has a small clasp with a double hinge on the opposite side. Inside the compact is a circular pressed cake of blush in rose pink. In the middle of the compact is a hinged piece of reflective metal that acts as a mirror. On the opposite side is a space for loose cosmetic/foundation powder with a rotating metal disk with an open circle on one side and perferations for dispensing powder on the other side. Compact measures 1.75 in. (width) 1.875 in. (length) x .5 in. (depth) and is in good condtion with some minor scratching/chipping of the black enamel on bottom. Swem SCRC purchase. Located in Dec Obj S2 SS4. UA 2013.059.01
Sub-classification 7: Hair Care Artifacts
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to be used for the care, grooming, or removal of hair on the body, head, or face, except for eyelashes.
Item 1994.007: William and Mary Razor, circa 1994
One green Schick razor with "College of William & Mary" printed in white letters along the shaft and two Shtick Super II blade cartridges. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 12. UA1994.007
Sub-classification 8: Hygiene Artifacts
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to assist people with personal sanitation and health preservation activities such as bathing, routine oral care, or birth control.  This sub-classification does not include furniture or plumbing and drainage elements such as toilets or bathtubs.
Item 2011.014: White Beach Towel with William and Mary Seal, circa 1990-1994
One white cotton and polyester beach towel with the College of William and Mary's Seal on the front of it that was sold by the Alumni Gift Shop. The beach towel was developed in part by Charles L. Kendrick, III, while Director of Society Services for the Alumni Society from 1990 to 1994. The towel contains the most recent William and Mary Seal, with a golden sun at the top of the seal, and the words "William & Mary" in green just below the seal. It is approximately 52in. x 33.5in. and is in fair conditon with a few stains. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2011.014
Item 2011.294: Recreational Sports Towel, circa 2010
One gold cotton towel created by Recreational Sports at the College of William and Mary. The towel features a green outline of the student recreation center with "Recreational Sports, College of William and Mary, www.wm.edu/rec" written in green. It is approximately 26.5in x 16in. and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2011.294
Category 4: Tools and Equipment For Materials
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to manage, oversee, capture, harvest, or collect resources or to transform or modify particular materials, either raw or processed.  These artifacts are normally created in response to problems inherent in the materials themselves; for example, wood requires certain kinds of cutting devices, fish require certain lures, and food requires certain serving materials.
Classification 1: Agricultural T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for farming or gardening.  This classification includes implements used in planting, tending, harvesting, and storing crops and in processing food for animals but not food for humans.  This classification does not include tools and equipment used in caring for animals, in working with forest products, or in preparing fibers for textiles or other products from agricultural products.  It does not include agricultural structures, groundskeeping equipment, or artifacts that serve primarily as vehicles.
Sub-classification 1: Cultivation Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the preparation of land for planting or sowing.  This sub-classification includes artifacts used in clearing, grading, digging, loosening, turing, or weeding soil.  These items may be used prior to planting or sowing or during the growing process.
Sub-classification 2: Feed Processing Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for treating or preparing food for animals.  This sub-classification does not include artifacts used for serving food to animals, which are listed in Animal Care Equipment or Pet Supplies. It does not include feed structures such as silos, which are listed in Agricultural Strucutres.
Sub-classification 3: Harvesting Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for gathering or handling crops or other agricultural products.  This sub-classification includes artifacts for picking, reaping, threshing, sifting, drying, bunching, binding, and loading crops.  Note: For a piece of equipment made for a specific crop, the name of the crop may be entered in subject field, whether or not the crop is noted in the object term.
Sub-classification 4: Planting Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for setting or sowing plants or seeds for crops.
Sub-classification 5: Tending Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for managing or caring for crops, including artifacts used for fertilization, irrigation, pest contol, or grafting. This sub-classification does not include weeding tools, which are listed in Cultivation Equipment.
Classification 2: Animal Husbandry T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the care, breeding, or study of animals.  This classification includes instruments used in the practice of veterinary medicine, in the psychological study of animals, and in the care of animals, such as the tools a farrier uses to shoe animals.  This classification does not include equipment used in processing animal products for human use (see Food Processing T&E or Leather, Horn, Shellworking T&E).  Also excluded are structures for housng animals and the tools of trades related to animal husbandry that are not used directly with animals, such as a farrier's metalworking tools.
Sub-classification 1: Animal Care Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the routine maintenance of animals.  This sub-classification includes artifacts for feeding, grooming, identifying, training, or controlling animals.  It does not include artifacts used for the care of household pets or artifacts used for animal medical treatment.
Sub-classification 2: Breeding Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to promote the propagation of animals.
Sub-classification 3: Farrier Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to support the shoeing of horses and other animals.  This sub-classification does not include general blacksmithing tools, which are listed in Metalworking T&E.
Item 1983.006: Horseshoe, undated
One rusted horseshoe that was unearthed in 1982 as workmen were preparing an area approximately 20 feet to the northwest of the door to the Chapel at the College (Wren) Building for tree removal/planting. Wilford Kale found the horseshoe in the overturned dirt and took it to the Office of the President and it was later transferred to the University Archives. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/545133244/. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1983.006
Sub-classification 4: Pet Supplies
Artifacts originally created for the care and maintenance of houshold pets.
Sub-classification 5: Veterinary Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the medical examination, diagnosis, or treatment of animals.  This sub-classification includes artifacts used by animal doctors or others responsible for the care of animals.
Classification 3: Fiberworking T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to fabricate objects our of minimally processed, fibrous plant material, including grass, straw, reeds, bark, splints, and twigs, or from fibrous animal material, including bristles and hair.  This classification includes tools used for basket-making, broom-making, brush-making, thatching, and wigmaking.  It also includes tools, equipment, and supplies used for crafting similar products from synthetic fibers.  This sub-classification does not include tools used for working with textiles or procesed wood.
Classification 4: Fishing and Trapping T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for capturing aquatic and terrestrial animals by any means other than weaponry.  This classification does not include hunting and fishing weapons, which are listed in such Armament sub-classifications as Armament Accessories, Edge Weapons, and Firearms.
Sub-classification 1: Fishing Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for capturing aquatic animals by any means other than weaponry.  This sub-classification includes objects used in the commercial or recreational catching or harvesting of fish, shelfish, or marine mammals such as whales.
Sub-classification 2: Trapping Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for capturing terrestrial animals by any means other than weaponry.  This sub-classification does not include artifacts used for the trapping of household pets.
Classification 5: Food Processing and Preparation T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the processing, storage, and preparation of food or beverages for human consumption.  This classification does not include tools for gathering, production, or management of food materials that are listed in Agricultural T&E or Animal Husbandry T&E.
Sub-classification 1: Cooking Vessels
Artifacts originally created to serve as containers for baking, roasting, braising, broiling, steaming, boiling, or warming food.  This sub-classification does not include devices that heat food, such as stoves, rice cookers, and waffle irons, which are listed in Food Preparation Equipment.
Sub-classification 2: Food Preparation Accessories
Artifacts that facilitate the preparation of food for beverages but do not play an active role in food preparation.  This sub-classification includes artifacts used specifically for the handling, maintenance, or storage of kitchenware.
Sub-classification 3: Food Preparation Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for mixing, chopping, grinding, decorating, separating, shaping, extracting, or measuring food or beverages.  This sub-classification also includes hearth equipment, devices for cooking and drying, and other misscellaneous tools.  It does not include cooking vessels, food storage equipment, or equipment for processing plants or animals into food products.
Sub-classification 4: Food Processing Equipment
Artifacts originally created to manufacture food products from animals, animal products, grains, vegetables, fruits, or other plant materials.  This sub-classification includes tools, equipment, and supplies used in such activities as milling, butchering, cheesemaking, and rendering which are often, but not always, handled outside of the home kitchen.
Item 2009.277: Eighteenth Century Glass Wine Bottle Seal, 1700s
One glass seal from a wine bottle. The seal has the letters "NB-B" carved into it in a triangular pattern. The seal is 1in. in diameter and is in fair condition with signs of corrosion and chips in the glass. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.277
Sub-classification 5: Food Storage Equipment
Artifacts originally created specifically to keep food or beverages, either as pieces of furniture such as cabinets, as appliances such as refrigerators, or as containers such as casks and tea caddies.  This sub-classification also includes container accessories such as bungs, stoppers, and stands.  It does snot include shipping containers, product packages, general cabinetry, or storage items used for kitchenware or the serving of food.
Classification 6: Food Service T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the presentation, serving, or consumption of food or beverages by humans.
Sub-classification 1: Drinking Vessels
Artifacts originally created as receptacles from which beverages are directly consumed.  This sub-classification includes containers inteded for individual place settings.  It does not include eating vessels or vessels designed for the presentation and serving of beverages, which are listed in Serving Vessels.
Series 1: Tumblers
Item 1993.041.1: William and Mary Football Plastic Tumbler, 1993
One white plastic tumbler. It marks the 100th anniversary of William and Mary football; sponsored by Hardee's restaurant. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 8. UA 1993.041.1
Item 1993.041.2: William and Mary Football Plastic Tumbler, 1993
One white plastic tumbler. It marks the 100th anniversary of William and Mary football; sponsored by Hardee's restaurant. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 8. UA 1993.041.2
Item 2002.049.2: Go Indians, Plastic Tumbler, undated
One yellow cup with green writing that says "GO INDIANS" across the top of the cup. Also has text "Ted Filer's Mechanicsville Motor Co. Inc." Image available on Flickr at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/3084648147/.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 8. UA 2002.049.2
Item 2007.025: 1993 Homecoming, Plastic Tumbler, 1993
One white plastic cup with small blue, yellow, red and green stars on the face. "William and Mary Homecoming 93'" reads across the front in green letters. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 7. UA 2007.025
Item 2007.026: Tribe Plastic Tumbler, undated
One Tribe white plastic tumbler; sponsored by Hardee's restaurant. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2007.026
Item 2007.027: Football, Plastic Tumbler, 1993
One white plastic tumbler. It marks the 100th anniversary of William and Mary football; sponsored by Hardee's restaurant. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 7.  UA 2007.027
Item 2007.028: William and Mary Tribe, Plastic Tumbler, circa 1995
One yellow plastic tumbler with college seal and "William and Mary" in green letters on one side; WM logo with feathers and "Tribe" underneath in green and silver letters on the other side.  It is 4.5 inches (height). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 7. UA 2007.028
Item 2007.029: Balfour Hillel, Plastic Tumbler, circa 2000
One yellow plastic tumbler, includes "The real members of the Tribe! www.wm.edu/SO/balfour-hillel" and William and Mary[?] in Hebrew. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 7. UA  2007.029
Item 2012.216.1: Griffin Green Plastic Tumbler, 2012
Bright green tumbler with color changing properties when filled with cold beverages. Cup given to staff members at the annual Employee Appreciation Day in the Sadler Center on May 30, 2012. Gift of Eileen O'Toole. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.216.01
Item 2012.345.1: Society of the Alumni W&M Seal Plastic Tumbler, circa 1990s
1 - green plastic tumbler with gold line drawing of the William & Mary seal. Gold text "THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY - THE SOCIETY OF THE ALUMNI" circles the seal. The same design is featured on the front and back of the tumbler. Tumbler measures 4.375 in. (height) x 3.625 in. (diameter). Tumbler is in good condition. Gift of Charles L. Kendrick III. Located in Dec Obj, S2 SS4. UA 2012.345.01
Item 2012.345.2: Society of the Alumni 300th Anniversary Plastic Tumbler, 1993
1 - green plastic tumbler with gold text "300 / William & Mary / 1693 * 1993 / Society of the Alumni." There is a field of gold stars around the number 300. The same design is featured on the front and back of the tumbler. Tumbler measures 4.375 in. (height) x 3.625 in. (diameter). Tumbler is in fair condition with a 2.25 in. crack on the bottom of the tumbler near the sprue/gate mark. Gift of Charles L. Kendrick III. Located in Dec Obj, S2 SS4. UA 2012.345.02
Item 2012.346.1: Homecoming Plastic Tumbler, 2012
1 - white plastic (polypropylene)tumbler created for Homecoming 2012. Text on tumbler in dark green reads, "I don't always HARK, but when I do it's / UPON THE GALE" (front) and "THE WILLIAM & MARY / ALUMNI ASSOCIATION" (back). Tumbler was thrown to paradegoers during the 2012 Homecoming Parade; this tumbler was caught by Special Projects Librarian, Kay Domine, during the Swem Library Homecoming Parade Viewing party on the terrace. Tumbler measures 5 in. (height) x 3.375 in. (diameter). Tumbler is in excellent condition. Gift of Kay Domine. Located in Dec Obj, S2 SS4. UA 2012.346.01
Series 2: Cups
Item 1985.041: College Plastic Cups, 1981, 1984
2-plastic cups. One yellow cup with "William and Mary" and the WM logo around rim in green. It was sold at College Bookstore. The cup is 5in. (height).  One white cup with "William and Mary Tribe" and WM logo in green. A Milton's Pizza ad is on the back. This cup was purchased at a WM football game in 1981. It is 4.5 in (height). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1985.041
Item 1987.075: VIMS Aquarium Plastic Cup, 1987
One white cup with 2 green and blue turtles and the words "VIMS Aquarium" on the side. The cup is 5in. (height). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1987.075
Item 1990.013: Society of the Alumni Plastic Cup, 1990
2-green cups decorated in gold on two sides with coat of arms and the words, "The College of William and Mary - The Society of the Alumni".  The cups are 4.5in (height). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1990.013
Item 1990.064: Hardee's Plastic Cup, 1990
One white cup decorated with the College of William and Mary feather logo and carrying the motto "Tribe Pride - Get It!" The cup also includes a Hardee's restaurant logo and stickers. It was used in drink sales at William and Mary Hall. The cup is 5.25in (height). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1990.064
Item 1990.068: Homecoming 1989 Cup, 1989
One green plastic cup issued by the Society of the Alumni, carring "The Best of Times" logo for homecoming 1989. The cup is 4.5in. (height). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1990.068
Item 1990.069: Homecoming 1990 Cup, 1990
One purple plastic cup issued by the Society of the Alumni, carring "William and Mary Magic" logo for the 1990 homecoming. The cup is 4.5in (height).Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1990.069
Item 1991.023: Plastic Cup, circa 1976
One yellow cup decorated at the top with WM feather logo and the words "Go Indians", and carrying advertisement for Ted Filer's Ford Dealership. The cup is 5in. (height). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1991.023
Item 1994.010: W&M Homecoming Plastic Cups, 1992
3 red, white and black plastic cups with "W&M Homecoming '92". Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1994.010
Item 1994.020: Plastic Cup, 1980s
One yellow 5in. tall cup, green and silver lettering "WM Tribe" with two white feathers on one side; college seal and "William and Mary" in green lettering on the other. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 8. UA 1994.020
Item 1994.062: Plastic Cup, 1980s
One white 3in. tall Domino's Pizza cup, inscribed "The Tribe of William and Mary College."  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4 , Box 8. UA 1994.062
Item 1994.063: Hardee's Plastic Cup, 1980s
One green and white plastic cup with words "WM Tribe" and Indian feathers. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 8. UA 1994.063
Item 1995.016: William and Mary Tribe Plastic Cup, 1990s
One yellow 5in. tall cup with words "William and Mary Tribe" in green and white lettering. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 9. UA 1995.016
Item 1995.017.1: White Domino's Plastic Cup, 1990s
One white cup, 5.5in., from Domino's Pizza that was used during an athletic event at the College of William and Mary. The Domino's logo is on all sides of the cup in red and blue. The top edge of the cup reads "The Tribe - William and Mary College" in black lettering. The cup is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 9. UA 1995.017.1
Item 1995.017.2: William and Mary Tribe Cup, 1990s
One white plastic cup that was given out during athletic events at the College of William and Mary. The front of the cup reads "WM" with "Tribe" underneath it in green lettering. There are two green and white feathers coming from the bottom right side of the "M." The cup is 5.5in. The cup is from Hardees and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 9. UA 1995.017.2
Item 1995.017.3: William and Mary Tribe Cup, 1990s
One white plastic cup with a green background that was given out during athletic events at the College of William and Mary. The front of the cup reads "WM" with "Tribe" underneath it in white lettering. There are two white feathers coming from the bottom right side of the "M." The cup is 5.5in. The cup is from Hardees and is in good condition.Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 9. UA 1995.017.3
Item 1995.017.4: William and Mary Tribe Cup, 1990s
One white plastic cup that was given out during athletic events at the College of William and Mary. The front of the cup reads "WM" with "Tribe" underneath it in green and yellow lettering. There are two yellow and green feathers coming from the bottom right side of the "M."  The cup is 5.5.in. The cup is from Hardees and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 9. UA 1995.017.4
Item 1995.018: William and Mary Homecoming Plastic Cups, 1989-92
3-cups, white, purple, and green. White cup if from homecoming 1992 :"A Class Act". The purple cup is from homecoming 1990: "WM Magic". And the green cup is from homecoming 1989:"The Best of Times."  The cups are 3in (height). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1995.018
Item 1995.019: Soceity of the Alumni Plastic Cup, circa 1990s
One green 5.5in. cup with words "The College of William and Mary -- Society of the Alumni" in gold letters.Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 9.  UA 1995.019
Item 1998.076: Tercentenary Cup, 1993
2-green mugs with gold colored rims, stars in gold, words "300 William and Mary 1693-1993". Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1998.076
Item 1998.085: Campus Activities Board Plastic Cup, 1997
One gray cup with black design on front. The words "Hail Down Some Fun ... Catch the Cab!" appear on the back. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1998.085
Item 1998.086: Student Assembly Cup, undated
One white plastic cup, front blue and black words appear "The Student Assembly The Credit Union of William and Mary A Branch of Fort Eusitis Federal Credit Union" with phone numbers. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1998.086
Item 2008.061: Plastic Cup, 2008
One white plastic cup with "Tribe Athletics" written in green and gold on the front, without feathers. The back has the Virginia Lottery and Merchant's Square logos. Distributed at the Jimmye Laycock Center opening to the public on June 29, 2008. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4.UA 2008.061
Item 2010.218: Wren Society Pewter Jefferson Cup, circa 2010
One pewter Jefferson cup of the kind given by The Wren Society, a secret society at the College of William and Mary, to recognize individuals or organizations for their service to William and Mary. Engraved on one of the sides of the cup is a seal with the Wren Building, the Latin phrase "Veritas e Aequitas" or truth and justice, and the year 1832. The cup was made by Master Craftsmen of Williamsburg, Virginia. The cup is approximately 3.25in. in diameter and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 23. UA  2010.218
Item 2010.300: Wren Society Engraved Pewter Jefferson Cup, 2010
One pewter Jefferson cup used by the Wren Society, a secret society at the College of William and Mary. Engraved on one of the sides of the cup is a seal with the Wren Building, the Latin phrase "Veritas e Aequitas" or truth and justice, and the year 1832. Also engraved are the initials "BFG." The cup is made by Master Craftsmen of Williamsburg, Virginia. The cup is approximately 3.25in. in diameter and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 23. UA  2010.300
Item 2010.636: White Homecoming Plastic Cup, 1995
One white plastic cup that was once owned by Charles Kendrick, class of 1982, and was used to celebrate Homecoming at the College of William and Mary. The cup features a depiction of the Wren building in purple with the words "Raising the Roof" written in between the second and third floors of the building. Under the Wren building is written "Homecoming 1995" in yellow; "October 26-29" in purple; "Society of the Alumni" in purple; and "College of William and Mary" in purple. The advertising partner for the cup was The Governor's Land at Two Rivers in Williamsburg, Virginia. It is approximately 3.5in. in diameter and is in good condition. Lcoated in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.636
Item 2010.637: The Majesty of It All Homecoming Plastic Cup, 1996
One white plastic cup that was once owned by Charles Kendrick, class of 1982, and was used during the Homecoming celebration at the College of William and Mary. The cup features a green and gold royal crown with the phrase "The Majesty of It All" written below the crown in green. Also written on the cup are the phrases "Homecoming," "October 24-27," "College of William and Mary," and "Society of the Alumni" in green. There is also a gold "96" indicating the Homecoming year. The advertising partner for the cup was GEICO insurance. It is approximately 3.5in. in diameter and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.637
Item 2011.071: White Plastic cup with Griffin Mascot, 2010
One white plastic cup that was created by the Athletics Department to sell at athletic games at the College of William and Mary. The cup includes the William and Mary mascot, the Griffin, and under the griffin is the word "Tribe" in green and gold. The cup was sponsored by the Virginia Lottery and the William and Mary Bookstore. It is approximately 3.5in. in diameter and is in good condition.Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 14. UA 2011.071
Item 2014.028: William III Cup and Saucer, circa 1870
Gift of Mrs. Jack Beswick. Located in Dec. Obj. UA 2014.028.01ab
Series 3: Mugs
Item 1987.023: College Mug, circa 1970
One dark green mug decorated with a three-dimensional gold banner with laurels stating "College of William and Mary" with the coat of arms. Mug was purchased in the college bookstore circa 1970. The mug is 4" H x 3.3/4 diameter; handle is 2 1/2" long and extends 1 1/2" from mug. Excellent condition.  Image available at https://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/13452324255. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1987.023
Item 1991.020: Class of 1942 Reunion Mug, 1967
One blue and gray stoneware mug inscribed "25th Reunion, Class of 1942" and "WM", made in colonial pattern. The mug is 6in (height). Located in Dec Obj S2,SS4. UA1991.020
Item 1994.012: Mug from 25th Reunion of the Class of 1967, 1992
One red, white, and black ceramic mug commemorating both Homecoming 1992 and the class reunion. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1994.012
Item 1994.026: William and Mary Glass Mug, undated
One mug with imprint logo. The Mug is 5in (height) and is cracked. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1994.026
Item 1994.027: Pottery Mug from the 25th Reunion of Class of 1942, 1967
Hand-thrown stoneware mug with clear and blue glaze. Inscribed "25th Reunion - Class of 1942" around the rim; body of mug contains a motif with "W&M" in  the center. Throwing marks are visible inside the mug. Bottom imprint reads "An Approved Williamsburg Souvenir". Dimensions: 5 1/2" H x 2 7/8 Diameter, handle is 4" long and extends 1 1/2" from mug. Condition is good: contains some firing cracks on the bottom of mug, and handle has large dark spot. Images available at https://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/13452387825, https://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/13452505773, and https://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/13452747444. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1994.027
Item 1994.028: Homecoming 1969 Pottery Mug, 1969
One blue and gray mug inscribed "Homecoming 1969" and "WM".  It is 6in (height). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1994.028
Item 1999.029: Swem Library Coffee Mugs, 1999
2-yellow and green mugs with the Wren Window Logo on them and the insription "A New Library for a New Century". Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1999.029
Item 2007.017: Mug, circa 1985
One mug featuring the College Coat of Arms in green and gold encircled by "College of William and Mary 1693". Manufactured by WC Bunting Co., east Liverpool, Ohio. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA2007.017
Item 2010.050: Dining Services Plastic Mug, circa 1998
One plastic mug produced by Dining Services at the College of William and Mary that may have been given to Freshman at the beginning of the Fall semester. The cup contains the logos of various dining options available to students including Swem Library, Center Stage, Itza Pizza, Pizza Hut Express, Chick-fil-A, Starbucks, Burger King, Deli Corner, Pan Geos, Grille Works, World's Fare, Cafe Features, Crannberry Farms, and Salad Garden. The mug has an attached plastic green handle and top. It is approximately 8.25in(length) with the top on, and 3.75 in. in diameter and is in good condition.Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.050
Item 2010.260: The Gentlemen of the College Mug, 2010
One grey with marble pattern plastic mug celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the a cappella group The Gentlemen of the College. The cup has the Gentlemen of the College Logo, the letters "GOTC", the William and Mary seal, and "est. Jan. 1990, 20 Years of G's, May 1, 2010." The "GOTC" is in the grey marble pattern as the cup, but the rest of the inscriptions are in green. The cup is approximately 2.5in. in diameter, and is 4.75in. (height). It is in excellent condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.260
Item 2011.709.1: Green and Gold Green Leafe Mug, 2011
Gold plastic beer mug. Novelty promotional 36 ounce molded plastic beer mug with handle distributed by The Green Leafe, Williamsburg, Virginia. Printed on front in green text with "the Green Leafe, Downtown ~ New Town, Catering" on the back "Good beer. Good food. Good people. Bad parking. Since 1974." Students and staff at William & Mary attended a weekly Sunday "Mug Night" promotional event held at The Green Leafe which featured discounted prices on beer and cider. Students purchased this type of novelty plastic beer mug, and re-used it every Sunday for "Mug Night" discounted refills of beer.  Mug measures 7.125 in. (height) x 5.75 in. (width) x 11.75 in. (circumference). Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967373926/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967374344/. Gift of Professor Sharon Zuber and her Fall 2011 LCST 201 'Constructing the News' Class. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.709.01
Item 2011.730.1: Green and White Alumni Green Leafe Mug, 2011
White plastic beer mug. Novelty promotional 36 ounce molded plastic beer mug with handle distributed by The Green Leafe, Williamsburg, Virginia. Printed on the front with green text "the Green Leafe, Downtown ~ New Town" on the back "William & Mary, Alumni." Students and staff at William & Mary attended a weekly Sunday "Mug Night" promotional event held by The Green Leafe which featured discounted prices on beer and cider. Students purchased this type of novelty plastic beer mug, and re-used it every Sunday for "Mug Night" discounted refills of beer.  Mug measures 7.125 in. (height) x 5.75 in. (width) x 11.75 in. (circumference). Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113450711/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967373786/. Gift of Bea Hardy. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.730.01
Series 4: Drinking Glasses
Item 2010.240: Kappa Alpha Theta Pledge Dance Drinking Glass, circa 1977-1982
One drinking glass that was given out at a dance for new pledges to the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. The glass contains the words "Kappa," "Alpha," and "Theta" in black. The glass was once owned by Charles Kendrick, class of 1982. It is approximately 3in.x 5.625in. and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 14.UA 2010.240
Item 2010.241: Phi Mu Pledge Dance Drinking Glass, 1978
One drinking glass that was given out at the Phi Mu fraternity pledge formal at the College of William and Mary. The glass was once owned by Charles Kendrick, class of 1982. The glass contains the name of the fraternity, "Phi Mu," the crest of the fraternity below that, and below the crest are the words "Pledge Formal 1978". All of the words are etched in white. The glass is approximately 3.25in. in diameter and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.241
Item 2011.015: Theta Delta Chi Sweetheart Dance Glass, 1981
One drinking glass with a gold rim that was given out at the Theta Delta Chi fraternity's Sweetheart Dance in 1981. The glass also is engraved with Theta Delta Chi's seal and "Sweetheart Dance 1981." The glass once belonged to Charles L. Kendrick, III, class of 1982, while a student at the College. It is in fair condition and is approximately 3.5in. in diameter. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.015
Series 5: Goblets
Item 1984.041: Glass Goblet, circa 1862
One glass goblet removed from college dining hall by a Union soldier during the Civil War. The stem has been reattached and base has been polished where a break occurred. The goblet was given to the donor who obtained it from the daughter of the soldier who took in from the dining hall. The goblet is 6in (height)  and 3.5in. in diameter. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1984.041
Item 1998.041: Jefferson Goblet, 1997
One gold toned goblet, engraved with "Inauguration of the Thomas Jefferson Presidential Bedroom and Jefferson Cabinet Room". It was made at ODIOT, Paris. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1998.041
Item 1999.037: Dartington Glass Goblet, undated
One glass goblet etched with Hargrave portrait of James Blair. Given to the college in 1973 by David Beers Quinn, James P. Harrison Visiting Professor of History, 1969-70. Presented at a dinner in London for British alumni and visiting American alumni. Transfered to Archives from the Muscarelle Museum.Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1999.037
Item 1981.100: Wine Bottle, circa 1880
One wine bottle that was discovered in the pedestal to Lord Botetourt's statue in Nov. 1958. The bottle is wrapped in a box and the relevant cover letter about its background is enclosed. The bottle is 1ft (height) with a base diameter of approximately 3in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1981.100
Item 1981.101: Wine Bottle, circa 1740
One wine bottle found under the Brafferton in 1865. President Benjamin S. Ewell gave the bottle to Union Army Col. E.A. True in 1865, and it was returned to William & Mary in 1957. The bottle's background is discussed by Ewell in two labels attached to the bottle. Relevant correspondence detailing the bottle and its travels is enclosed. The bottle is 9.5in (height) with a base diameter of 4.5in. Originally accessioned as 1957-58. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1981.101
Item 2007.018: Kappa Delta Sorority Stein, 1945
One Stein that  includes the name "Punchy;" manufactured by Nassau China Co., Trenton, New Jersey. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2007.018
Item 2013.219.5: W&M GALA 20th Anniversary Champagne Flute, 2006
One glass champagne flute used to celebrate twenty years of the William and Mary Gay and Lesbian Alumni group. The front of the flute has "william & mary" inscribed in gold block print. Below that is a thin golden triangle. "gala" is inscribed in gold block print and underlined in gold under "william & mary" with the "l" in "gala" going through the "&" in "william & mary." Below "gala" is inscribed "Celebrating Twenty Years" in gold cursive script. Beneath that is "1986-2006" inscribed in gold. The flute measures approximately 8.375in. (height). It is in good condition with approximately 2in. of white residue in the back on the inside of the flute and white residue around the rim of the flute. There are three burgundy stains at the bottom of the flute. There is also a white spot at the base of the flute. Gift of Steve Murden. UA 2013.219.05
Item 2013.219.6: W&M GALA 20th Anniversary Champagne Flute, 2006
One glass champagne flute used to celebrate twenty years of the William and Mary Gay and Lesbian Alumni group. The front of the flute has "william & mary" inscribed in gold block print. Below that is a thin golden triangle. "gala" is inscribed in gold block print and underlined in gold under "william & mary" with the "l" in "gala" going through the "&" in "william & mary." Below "gala" is inscribed "Celebrating Twenty Years" in gold cursive script. Beneath that is "1986-2006" inscribed in gold. The flute measures approximately 8.375in. (height). It is in good condition with white residue and spots at the base of the flute. There is also white residue on the inside of the flute. Gift of Steve Murden. UA 2013.219.06
Sub-classification 2: Eating Vessels
Artifacts originally created as receptacles from which food is directly consumed.  This sub-classification includes containers intended for individual place settings.  It does not include drinking vessels or vessels designed for the presenation and serving of food, which are listed in Serving Vessels.
Sub-classification 3: Eating and Drinking Utensils
Artifacts originally created as implements for consuming food or beverages.  This sub-classification includes tools intended for individual place settings.  It does not include utensils designed for the serving of food or beverages, which are listed in Serving Utensils.
Item 1983.123: Knife, 1950s
One knife taken from the student dining hall in the 1950s and returned anonymously in 1981. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 11. UA 1983.123
Item 1985.29.05: Tin Baby Spoon, Circa 1880s-1890s
A tin baby spoon featuring a raised neck and seven stamped dots on the bottom of the handle of the spoon. The spoon measures 3.25in. and is in fair condition. There is a 0.125in. rust stain on the right side of the back of the spoon's bowl as well as a 1in. rust stain on the left of the back of the spoon's bowl. There are two 0.125in. rust stains on the raised neck of the spoon. There are also small rust stains on the bottom of the handle and a 1in. white stain inside the front of the bowl of the spoon. Image at https://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/13544454324/. Transferred from the Arthur W. and Leah James Scrapbooks (UA 5.065). UA 1985.029.05
Sub-classification 4: Food Service Accessories
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to facilitate the use of food service vessels, utensils, or related articles.  This sub-classification includes food waste containers, dining tables coverings, and containers for food service artifacts.
Item 2009.276: Silver Napkin Holder, 1907
One silver holder that was given to the College of William and Mary by Flora Adams Darling in 1907. The holder is inscribed "Presented to the College of William and Mary by Mrs. Flora Adams Darling 1907." The napkin holder is 2in. in diameter and is in fair condition, with evidence of rusting. See the Office of the President, Lyon Gardiner Tyler records under "Fundraising--Flora Adams Darling" for more information. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2009.276
Item 2012.141.1: W&M Tercentenary Coaster, 1993
Gift of Susan Riggs. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.141.01
Folder 2014.020.4: W&M Student Assembly Thermal Cup Holder, circa 2012
A green thermal cup holder that features the W&M Student Assembly seal in gold on the front (with "SA" in green in the middle of the seal) and the basics of the Medical Amnesty policy. The Medical Amnesty was created in 2012 with the purpose of encouraging students to seek assistance without fear of violating student conduct codes and receiving disciplinary action. This cup holder was collected by the Young Democrats at the first ever student Tribe tailgate at the Reserve in the Compton lot. The cup holder measures about 12.5in. and is in excellent condition. Donated by Zach Woodward, president of W&M Young Democrats. UA 2014.020.04
Sub-classification 5: Food Service Sets
Groupings of artifacts originally created for the presentation, serving, or consumption of food or beverages.  Note: Other terms also may be used to represent specific set components from other Food Service T&E sub-classifications.
Sub-classification 6: Serving Utensils
Artifacts originally created as implements for the serving of food or beverages.  This sub-classification does not include tools used for food preparation or consumption.
Sub-classification 7: Serving Vessels
Item 1988.077: College China Platter, 1930s
One white platter, 9.25 x 13.25" x 1.5", decorated with a band of green and brown with the college coat of arms in brown. It was used in the dining hall in the 1930s and made by the Sterling China Co., East Liverpool, Ohio. The platter is 9.25in x 13.25in x 1.5in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1988.077
Item 1991.097: Wine Decanter, 1965
One green wine decanter with seal on front reading "Chi Omego Winter Journal '65". It has astraw stopper and tassle, and a inner bubble for holding ice. The decanter was made in Italy. It belonged to Kennon Pate McKee, class of 1968. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1991.097
Classification 7: Forestry T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for cutting, handling, or processing timber or for harvesting non-food forest crops such as bark or rubber.  This classification does not include equipment for cartage, which is classified under Transportation Artifacts, or equipment for manufacturing products from wood, which is classified under Woodworking T&E or Papermaking T&E.
Classification 8: Glass, Plastics and Clayworking T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for fabricating objects from homogenous, complex compounds, such as glass, clay, rubber, synthetic resins, plastics, or waxes.  This classification also includes the tools, equipment, and supplies used for producing such homogenous, complex compounds.  These compounds differ from other materials because they generally require elaborate processing at some point during their use.  As compounds, they differ from other processed materials such as leather because they are not discrete units; they differ from aggregate materials such as masonry because of their homogeneity and their need for elaborate processing.
Item 1979.019: Plaster Cast of Botetourt Medal
One plaster cast of the obverse of the Botetourt Medal. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 5. UA 1979.019
Item 1983.107: Cast of the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, undated
One plaster cast of the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, including letter to John Stewart Bryan transferring the plaster cast and a small framed description of the cast. The cast is 10inx17in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1983.107
Item 1983.108: Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, Master Mold, 1931
One master mold of the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award (mounted on wood) for galvano process of reproducing the Award. It is 11inx18in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1983.108
Item 1983.109: Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, Master Mold, circa 1931
One master mold of the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award (unmounted) for galvano process of reproducing the Award. It is 9inx15in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1983.109
Item 2009.278: Clay Impression of an Eighteenth Century Glass Wine Bottle Seal, February 6, 1942
One clay impression of a glass seal from an Eighteenth Century wine bottle. The impression was created by Edwin C. Rust of the William and Mary Fine Arts Department. The seal has the letters "NB-B" carved into it in a triangular pattern. The impression of the seal is 1in. in diameter and is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.278
Classification 9: Leather, Horn, and Shellworking T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for proccessing materials that are animal in origin.  This classification includes tools and equipment for processing furs or hides, for preparing leather, for fabricating leather products, for working shell, horn, bone, or ivory, and for making things from quills or feathers.  This classification also includes artifacts for processing materials that are the products of insects or bacteria.
Classification 10: Masonry and Stoneworking T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for working with natural stone or with aggregate materials such as concrete, mortar, brick, or plaster.  These aggregate materials can be of natural or manufactured origin.  They differ from materials related to Glass, Plastics, and Clayworking T&E because they lack homegeneity and the need for complex processing.
Classification 11: Metalworking T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for casting, forging, machining, or fabricating metals or metal products.  This classification does not include tools, equipment, and supplies used in mining or preliminary processing of ores, which are listed in Mining and Mineral Harvesting T&E.
Item  1979.020: Dies for the Original Botetourt Medal, 1772
Dies, For the Original Botetourt Medal, 1772; obverse weighs 1,115 grams, reverse weights 1,196 grams. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1979.020
Item 1983.124: Brafferton Prize die
Round metal die in 2 pieces. It was for striking the Brafferton Prize for scholarship in the School of Pedagogics. The base is 5in. in diameter. The die is 2.25in. in diameter. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1983.124
Classification 12: Mining and Mineral Harvesting T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for extracting materials in solid, liquid, or gaseous state from the natural environment.  This classification includes equipment usde for underground and surface mines, quarries, oil and water wells, for prospectingm and for supplemental processing operations such as breaking, milling, washing, cleaning, or grading.  it also includes tools used for ice harvesting and salt harvesting.
Classification 13: Multiple Use T&E For Materials
Artifacts originally created to transform or modify materials in ways that extend beyond the range of one classification.  This classification includes terms for multi-purpose tools and tools that work with a variety of materials as well as generic terms that may be used if the particular context of use is unknown.
Classification 14: Painting T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for working with materials that mask surfaces by depositing a residual film such as a paint film, or by using adhesives to attach a thin covering such as wallpaper or gold leaf to a surface.  This classification includes tools, equipment, and supplies used in decorative, artistic, and protective appliactions.  Excluded from this classification are tools and equipment that are used with thicker coatings, such as wood veneers or plastic laminates, and tools and equipment used for metal plating.  Also excluded are tools and equipment associated with printing processes such as printing blocks and silkscreens.
Classification 15: Papermaking T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the manufacture of materials formed from the residue of suspension or in the fabrication of products made of such materials.  Paper (whether made from wood pulp, textile fibers, or plastic fibers) is the principle product that falls in this classification.  Particles mixed with liquids form suspesions.  Although felt is made of materials that are matted like paper, tools for felting are listed  in Textileworking T&E because felt is not formed from suspension.
Classification 16: Textileworking T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the preparation of materials made from fibers and the preparation of woven fabrics.  Also included in this category are tools, equipment, and supplies used for manufacturing objects from fibers or cloth.  This classification includes tools specific to the preparatoin of fibers, such as hatchels and cotton gins, but excludes tools, such as sheep shears and cotton balers, that are related to sources of fibers.
Sub-classification 1: Needleworking Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for processes and techniques involving needle and thread, including applique, breading, sewing, quilting, and embroidery.  This sub-classification includes artifacts used in gathering, hooking, and pleating.  It includes artifacts used by dressmakers, tailors, hatters, and sailmakers.
Item 2009.021.7: John Stewart Bryan Pouch of Colonial Buttons, circa 1940
One pouch of 10 gilt on brass buttons from a colonial article of clothing worn by College President John Stewart Bryan. Six of the buttons are 0.75in. in diameter and 4 are 0.5in. in diameter. They are in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 33. UA 2009.021.7
Sub-classification 2: Textile Manufacturing Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to assist in the processing of natural fibers into thread and yarn or in the processing of thread and yarn into finsihed textiles such as lace, cloth, or cordage.  Processes include spinning, weaving, knitting, knotting, twining, and finishing.
Classification 17: Woodworking T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the fabrication of objects for wood.  This classification includes artifacts used with and to created physically modified wood by-products such as plywood, chipboard, and masonite.  This classification excludes tools and equipment for making objects out of the chemically modified wood by-products such as paper, rayon, or rubber.  Note: Various woodworking trades, such as carpentry, coopering, shipbuilding, or wheelwrighting, may be noted in a subject field.
Item 1996.030: Ash Lawn-Highland Estate Nail Samples, circa 1800s
Approximately 15 different nail samples that were taken from the Ash Lawn-Highland estate of U.S. President James Monroe. The samples were taken from different parts of the house including the porch, columns, roof, and siding. A lot of the nails are rusty and in poor condition. Located in B&G S5.  UA 1996.030
Classification 18: Other T&E For Materials
Tools, equipment, and supplies that do not meet the definitions of this category's other classifications.  This classification includes specialized tools originally created to transform raw materials into specific finished products such as cigars and gems.
Category 5: Tools and Equipment for Science and Technology
Tools, equipment, and supplies used for the observation of natural phenomena or to apply knowledge gained from such observation.  Tools in this category tend to be made to enlarge or record our understanding of the world or to help express such understanding.  The classifications record our understanding of the world or to help express such understanding.  The classifications in this category are related by virtue of the fact that they include artifacts created to employ a particular body of knowledge.  The classifications are based on knowledge rather than materials.
Classification 1: Acoustical T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies, originally created for the study of sound and its effect on hearing.  Artifacts listed in this classification may be used for generating, detecting, observing, testing, modifying, and/or measuring sound.  They differ from artifacts in Sound Communication T&E in that their function is to study sound, not to transmit or receive it.  They differ from some related items in Medical and Psychological T&E in that the function of items in Acoustical T&E is to examine the nature and effects of sound, not to dignose or treat medical conditions.
Classification 2: Armaments
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to be used for hunting, target-shooting, warfare, or self-production.  This classification includes firearms, artillery, blade weapons, and striking weapons.  It does not include structures designed for housing troops or supplies and objects designed for transporting troops or supplies and objects designed for transporting troops or supplies.
Sub-classification 1: Ammunition
Ammunition for armament, whether intended for particular weapons, such as BBs and cartridges, or intended to be deployed alone, such a grenades, missiles, or bombs.  This sub-classification includes ammunition casings, such as sabots, and planted explosive weapons, such as mines or petards.
Sub-classification 2: Armament Accessories
Objects used as accessories for hunting, target-shooting, warfare, or self-protection.  This sub-classification includes weapon components and artifacts used for weapon care or storage.
Sub-classification 3: Artillery
Heavy weapons that employ combustion or explossion to fire a projectile.  Artillery may be portable and may be employed by one person, but typically it is fired from a more or less stationary position.
Sub-classification 4: Body Armor
Clothing worn as defensive armament, including formal parts of a suit of armor and protective devices used in combat.
Sub-classification 5: Edged Weapons
Weapons that cut or pierce by cutting.  This sub-classification includes edged weapons such as bayonets that are accessories to firearms and tools such as cross bows that launch edged weapons.
Sub-classification 6: Firearms
Projectile-firing weapons that can be deployed easily by one person and, in most cases, uses explosive propellant.  This sub-classification does not include ammunition, firearms accessories, or crew-served heavy armament.  Note: For combination and conversion pieces, used multiple terms, e.g., "Pistol" and "Carbine" for a pistol carbine, and "Musket, Flintlock" and "Musket, Percussion" for a musket converted from flintlock to percussion.
Sub-classification 7: Percussive Weapons
Armament designed to batter or crush by weight or momentum, including weapons that propel non-explosive or non-penetrating  missiles.
Classification 3: Astronomical T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to observe, measure, or document objects and events outside of the earth's atmosphere.  Artifacts listed in this classification differ from those in Optical T&E in that they are not intended to address particular problems associated with vision.  They differ from those in Surveying and Navigational T&E in that they are concerned with observation rather than with the practical uses for such observation.
Classification 4: Biological T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to observe, measure, or document physiological or anatomical aspects of organisms for purposes other than diagnosis or treatment.  Tools for diagnosis and treatment of people are include in Medical and Psychological T&E; those for animals are in Veterinary Equipment.
Classification 5: Chemical T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the study or manufacture of substances based upon their molecular composition, structure, and properties.  Artifacts used for the study of atomic and subatomic particles are included in Nuclear Physics T&E, and artifacts used for the study of the interaction of physical objects are in Mechanical Measurement Equipment.
Sub-classification 1: Chemical Testing Devices
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the sampling, observation, measurement, or recording of specific chemical properties in specialized applications.
Sub-classification 2: Labware
Glassware and other general equipment used in different types of laboratories.
Item 1987.014: Silver Beaker, circa 1824
One coin silver beaker across, inscribed with "H", made by William Adam Williams of Alexandria for David Holms of Winchester; silversmiths mark W.A.W is on bottom. The beaker is 3.5in (height) x 3in (width). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1987.014
Classification 6: Construction T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for moving earth or building structures.  This classification includes paving machines and equipment that modify by demolition, such as wrecking balls or jackhammers.  It also includes tools such as pile drivers used for the construction of highways or structural facilities.  This classification does not include specialized tools listed in other classifications or used in the construction industries, such as cranes, hammers, or cement mixers.
Classification 7: Electrical and Magnetic T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to control, distribute, modify, observe, measure, or document electricity and magnetism.  This classification includes tools, equipment, and components used in the manufacture, installation, maintenance, or repair of electrical and electronic devices as well as those used in the delivery of electricity or electrical power.  This classification does not include electrical or electronic devices created to serve other specific purposes, such as sound communication or data processing, nor does it include electrical motors and generators, which are listed in Power Producing Equipment.
Sub-classification 1: Electrical and Magnetic Measurement Devices
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to observe, measure, or document electrical or magnetic activity.
Item  1991. 061: William and Mary Magnet, 1991
One round magnet featuring the college seal in the center. A sticker on the back indicates that it was purchased at the college bookstore for $1.50. The magnet is approximately 2in. in diameter. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 10.  UA 1991. 061
Item 2012.141.2: W&M Tercentenary Magnet, 1993
Gift of Susan Riggs. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.141.02
Sub-classification 2: Electrical Maintenance and Repair Equipment
Objects originally created to maintain or repair electrical monitoring equipment or install or repair electrical delivery system.
Sub-classification 3: Electrical System Components
Objects originally created to serve as part of an electricity delivery system.
Classification 8: Energy Production T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to generate, convert, or distribute energy or power.  This classification does not include objects listed in Electrical System Components.
Sub-classification 1: Power Producing Equipment
Objects originally created to generate power.
Sub-classification 2: Power Transmission Components
Artifacts originally created to assist in the transmission or regulation of power, particularly mechanical power in power-producing equipment or other machines.
Sub-classification 3: Other Energy Production T&E
Artifacts related to energy production that do not meet the definintions of this classification's other sub-classifications.
Classification 9: Geological T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to observe, measure, or document geological phenomena.  This classification includes geologists' picks and seismic measuring devices, but it excludes tools used for harvesting or mining rock or mineral materails.
Classification 10: Maintenance T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for cleaning, laundering, or groundskeeping activities performed in or around a home or a public building, whether performed occasionally or as a business.
Sub-classification 1: Dishwashing Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to wash or assist in the washing of food service or food preparation items.
Sub-classification 2: Groundskeeping Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the care or maintenance of areas around structures such as lawns, flower beds, or sidewalks, or for larger landscaped areas such as athletic fields or golf courses.  This sub-classification does not include artifacts used to prepare land specifically for the cultivation of crops.
Sub-classification 3: Housekeeping Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the cleaning or tidying of furnishings, buildings, or building spaces.
Item 2010.639: William and Mary Tin Trash Can, circa 1978-1982
One tin green, gold, and white trash can that was once owned by Charles Kendrick, class of 1982. The can features the College of William and Mary seal on the front and the William and Mary mascot, the Indian, on the back carrying a tomahawk. It is approximately 19.25in.(length) and 9.75in. in diameter. It is in poor condition with heavy corroding inside the can. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA2010.639
Sub-classification 4: Laundry Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the cleaning, drying, or presenting of clothing and linens.
Item 2004.012.1: William and Mary Laundry Bags, circa 1963-1967
Two laundry bags, white with four Indians on front in aqua. Penned in black marker are the words "Harry Krauss 219 Yates" and "K-172" stamped on the other. Images available at  http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2928811949/, http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2928812031/, http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2928811845/, and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2929675114/.Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 14. UA 2004.012.1 and UA 2004.012.2
Classification 11: Mechanical T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the study, measurement, or utilization of the static or dynamic properties of solids, liquids and gasses.  This classification includes general-purpose mechanical devices, such as wedges or hoists, and specialized devices, such as tensiometers or pressure gauges, used to measure mechanical properties.
Sub-classification 1: Mechanical Devices
Objects that utilize the static or dynamic properties of solids, liquids, and gasses, including general-purpose mechanical devices and objects used specifically for the maintenance of mechanical devices.
Sub-classification 2: Mechanical Measurement Equipment
Objects used for the study or measurements of the static or dynamic properties of solid, liquids, or gasses, including force, motion, pressure, flow, tension, friction, ductility, torque, velocity, and viscosity.
Classification 12: Medical and Psychological T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for the examination, testing, diagnosis, or treatment of humans.  This classification includes dental tools, objects used for sight and hearing, and objects used to study psychological testing or treatment.  It does not include objects used to study physical phenomena (see Acoustical T&E, Biological T&E, Chemical T&E, and Optical T&E) or tools for veterinary medicine, which are included in Animal Husbandry T&E.
Sub-classification 1: Dental Accessories
Tools, equipment, and supplies intended to facilitate dental examination, testing, diagnosis, or treatment but that do not play a direct or essential role in these activities.
Sub-classification 2: Dental Instruments
Tools and equipment originally created for the examination, testing, diagnosis, or treatment of the human mouth and teeth.
Sub-classification 3: Medical Accessories
Tools, equipment, and supplies intended to facilitate human medical examination, testing, diagnosis, or treatment but that do not play a direct role in these activities.
Sub-classification 4: Medical Instruments
Tools and equipment used for human medical examination, testing, diagnosis, or treatment that are not specifically designed for dental purposes.
Classification 13: Merchandising T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to facilitate or enable the exchange of money, goods, or services.  This classification includes those artifacts used to present goods, such as counters, as well as product packages and labels.
Classification 14: Meteorological T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to observe, measure, or document atmospheric phenomena.
Classification 15: Nuclear Physics T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to study atomic structure and elementary particles as well as the physical properties of the universe.
Classification 16: Optical T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to observe, measure, or record light.  This classification includes commonly used equipment, such as binoculars and microscopes.  It excludes specialized artifacts created for other scientific observation, such as visual acuity charts or telescopes that are used particularly for astronomy.
Classification 17: Regulative and Protective T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for controling the behavior of people or for providing security or protection for property.
Sub-classification 1: Protective Devices
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to provide security or protection for property.
Item 1994.067: Quadricentennial Time Capsule Key, 1993
One of three keys made for the Earl Gregg Swem Library Time Capsule. The capsule was created to honor the 300th anniversary of the College of William and Mary and sealed on February 4, 1994. It will be opened in 2093. This item is restricted. Located in B&G S5. UA 1994.067
Sub-classification 2: Regulative Devices
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to control the behavior of people.  This sub-classification includes objects used for restraint, prosecution, punishment, torture, and execution.
Classification 18: Surveying and Navigational T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to determine the position of an observer relative to known reference points or to indicate the form and extent of a region, such as land surface.
Sub-classification 1: Navigational Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to determine the position or course of an observer relative to known reference points.
Sub-classification 2: Surveying Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to indicate the form or extent of a region such as a land surface.
Classification 20: Timekeeping T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for recording or measuring time.  This classification does not include timekeeping artifacts created for specialized purposes, such as chronometers.
Item 1977.024: Sundial Collection
Replica of 1815 sundial, brass without base (this is one of two replicas; the other did have a base, and was given to President Paul Verkuil); rubber mold and wood pattern made by Prof. George Crawford; wood pattern of the equation of time graph made by Crawford. Includes a photograph indicating where the sundial formerly stood. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1977.024
Item 1980.081: Watch, Chain, Mechanical Pencil, and Phi Beta Kappa Key, 1925
Items owned by Honorary Member Guy Despard Goff. The watch is a large, gold-colored Waltham with the monogram "GDG" on the back. It is connected by a seventeen-link gold chain to a gold mechanical pencil. Midway on the chain is a key for winding the watch. It has a short stem and a square handle, the obverse of which has a hand pointing to the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa and three stars. The reverse is engraved "Guy D. Goff Alpha of Va. 1925" in block letters and "SP December 5 1776" in script." Images are available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/577673591/ andhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/577682656/.  Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 11. UA1980.081
Item 1980.103: Henry Billups Watch, 1935
One watch presented to Henry (Doc) Billups on 2 November 1935. It is a Hamilton pocket watch on a gold chain, at the opposite end of which is a charm bearing the College seal. Midway on the chain is a gold charm in the shape of a bell. The back of the watch is engraved with the initials "HB" in the center and the legend "From the alumni of William & Mary in recognition of forty-five years of faithful service November 2, 1935." Gift of Mrs. Bessie Henderson (Billups' daughter). Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 12. UA 1980.103
Item 1981.104: James Barron Hope Watch, circa 1790
One pocket watch owned by James Barron Hope, class of 1848. It has an unusual face combining both Roman and Arabic numerals representing the hours. There are no inscriptions on the back, but the dome is signed "Lepine Hger du Roy a Paris No. 5522." The dial is also signed "Lepine Invenit et fecit." Gift of Hope's granddaughter Annie Marr. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 13. UA 1981.104
Item 2007.012: Watch Chain, circa 1830-1850
Believed to have belonged to the Rev. Adam Empie, Rector of Bruton Parish Church (1828-1836) and President of the College of William and Mary (1827-1836). Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/545133094/. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 10. UA  2007.012
Item 2007.030a: Gentlemen of the College Watch, circa 1992-2006
One watch that contains the Gentlemen of the College logo on the face. The watch is in excellent condition and likely never worn. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 998. UA  2007.030
Item 2009.20: Replica of the William and Mary Sundial, February 6, 1992
A replica of the William and Mary sundial that was given to College President Paul R. Verkuil by the Endowment Association.  The sundial is inscribed "The Endowment Association of the College of William and Mary Recognizes Paul R. Verkuil For his leadership and extends its appreciation to his commitment in developing strong financial support for the College's future. February 6, 1992." The bronze sundial is situated on a 0.75in. thick piece of wood that is 16in. in diameter.  The sundial is in good condition. Located in B&G S5. UA 2009.259
Item 2010.169: William and Mary Indians Football Clock, circa 1975
One brown wood frame clock with a burlap backing that once belonged to Wilford Kale, Jr., alumnus of the College of William and Mary. The clock features images of a Native American and a William and Mary football player in green and gold, a depiction of a small green wall clock, and "William and Mary Indians" with two green, gold, and white feathers sticking out from "Indians". Attached to the burlap background are a white hour hand, a white minute hand, and a green second hand under the image of the clock. Beside the football player is the signature "Holst". The clock is approximately 19in. x 12.75in. It is in fair condition with some chips and fading in the paint of the Native American and the football player. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA2010.169
Item 2011.585.4: Digital Watch with Canvas Strap, circa 2008
One green and black watch with nylon wristband. The watch features a digital dial which gives the time and day of the week, an LED backlight,  and a compass stitched directly into the dark green woven nylon wristband . The watch is water resistant up to 50 meters.  Watch measures 11.25in.(length) x 1.875in.(width). Watch worn by OPP pledge Justin Reid, Class of 2009, because being on time is very important for the pledges. circa 2008. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113454067/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967377226/. Gift of Alpha Delta Sigma Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2011.585.04
Classification 21: Weights and Measures T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to observe, record, or measure mass (weight) or physical dimensions such as length, area, or volume.  This classification includes general-purpose measuring devices such as precision balances or folding rules.  It excludes artifacts created to measure time and to measure particular scientific data.  Also excluded are specialized measuring devices and gauges such as sextants or carpenter's squares.
Item 2012.418.1: Spring Scale, 1900s
Brass spring scale measuring up to 4 pounds or 2 kilograms with measurements in ounces and grams. Scale manufactured by Chatillon of New York. Painted black iron backing is incised with the number "142." The upper metal loop to hang the scale is still attached, but the hook for attaching the item to be weighed is not included. Scale measures 6 in. (height) x 1.325 (width) x .625 (depth). Scale is in good condition with minor discoloration of the brass plate front, and rusting of the iron backing. Scale belonged to Bruce Goodwin, W&M Geology Professor from 1963-1996. Transferred from Box 2 of the Bruce Goodwin Papers (UA 6.049). Gift of the Bruce Goodwin Family. Located in B&G. UA 2012.418.01
Classification 19: Thermal T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to observe, measure, or document heat and its effects.  Excluded from this classification are specialized artifacts created to serve specific purposes, such as a meteorological thermometer.
Category 6: Tools and Equipment For Communications
Tools, equipment, and supplies used to enable communication.  This category includes those classifications for literal and abstract communication- Printing T&E and Musical T&E.  This category does not include things produced as communication, such as works of art or documents.  These are the artifacts created by the tools in this category, and they are listed in Communication Artifacts.
Classification 1: Data Processing T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created for processing information by manual, mechanical, or electronic means, and in a manner subject to human intervention (e.g., by physical manipulation of beads in an abacus, or by varying the parameters incorporated into computer software).  Single-purpose devices, such as a digital watch or a digital thermometer, whose functions involve only the conversion of physical input (e.g. temperature, pressure, etc.) into visual, audible, or mechanical output, are not included here, but are classified according to their specific function (e.g., Timekeeping T&E or Thermal T&E).
Sub-classification 1: Data Processing Accessories
Tools, equipment, and supplies that facilitate the processing of information, but that do not themselves process information.
Item 1995.030: Mousepads, 1995
2-dark green mousepads with a black lion and black lettering that reads "William and Mary Libraries On-Line LION." Designed by Karen McCluney of Swem Library. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 13.UA 1995.030
Item 1998.011: Credit Union Mousepad, circa 1997
One blue mousepad with white logo and William and Mary lettering. The mousepad is 8in x 9in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1998.011
Item 2009.078: Swem Library e-SWAT Mouse Pad, 2008
One black mouse pad advertising the e-SWAT technical support staff of Swem Library at William and Mary. The top-left hand side of the pad has the Swem window and "Swem Library, The College of William and Mary, swem.wm.edu" in white lettering. The middle of the pad reads "e-SWAT tech help http://swem.wm.edu/e-swat". The bottom right-side of the pad read "Supported with funding from Verizon Foundation" in white lettering. The pad is 9inx8in and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.078
Item 2011.704.1: Robert Gates's Public Statements CD Case, 2009
Plastic clamshell CD case with "Office of the Secretary of Defense Historical Office" seal on front. Case accompanied electronic resource holdings in W&M Digital Archive: Public statements of Robert M. Gates, Secretary of Defense, 2009 (UA23.3 .G38 2009) http://hdl.handle.net/10288/16115. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.704.01
Sub-classification 2: Data Processing Devices
Tools and equipment originally created for processing information by manual, mechanical, or electronical means.
Sub-classification 3: Data Processing Media
Storage devices for processed information.  Note: "Recording" from other Documents also may be used for media containing recorded music and video, and "Software" or a narrower term from Data Processing Accessories also may be used for media containing computer programs.
Sub-classification 4: Peripherals
Tools and equipment specifically created to facilitate data processing by accomplishing input, storage, or outpost of data, but that do not have independent data procesing capabilities.
Classification 2: Drafting T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to be used for the creation of precision drawings, such as architectural plans, mechanical designs, maps, or charts.  This classification does not include general purpose writing, drawing, and lettering tools.
Classification 3: Musical T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to produce musical sounds or to be audibly incorporated into musical performances.  This classification does not include devices that amplify, transmit, or record musical sound, or devices intended for other purposes whose sound may, on occasion, be integrated into a musical performance (e.g., cannons or churchbells to accompany the 1812 Overture).
Sub-classification 1: Musical Accessories
Tools, equipment, and supplies that facilitate the production of musical sound by manual or mechanical.electronic means, but that do not themselves generate such sound.
Item 2009.282: Master Key A-440 Chromatic Pitch Instrument, circa 1990s
Two pitch pipes that were used by the student a cappella group The Stairwells during practices and performances at the College of William and Mary. The pipe contained 13 keys with holes to blow through for the appropriate pitch. Each pipe is in a red case and were made by WM. Kratt Co. Both items are in fair condition with some rusting on the bottom of the pipes. Gift of Austin Powell, musical director of the Stairwells in 2009. Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 2009.282.1 and UA 2009.282.2
Sub-classification 2: Musical Instruments
Artifacts created to produce musical sounds.
Item 2010.377: Queens' Guard Rope-Tension Drum, circa 1960s
One wooden rope-tension drum used by the Queens' Guard at various campus events at the College of William and Mary. The top and bottom of the drum are red and white, while the body of the drum is brown. The body of the drum has the words "Queen's Guard" in gold and black at the top, a coat of arms with a red phoenix rising from the ashes against a white background and six black spontoons surrounding the phoenix, and the Queen's Guard motto "Corona Veniet Delectis," victory shall come to the worthy, is painted in black and gold at the bottom. The drum was made by Eames Fine Craft of Wakefield, Massachusetts. The drum is approximately 22.75in.(height) and 19in. in diameter and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.377
Classification 4: Photographic T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to capture a visual image by optical, chemical, or digital means, such as cameras, film, or darkroom equipment.
Sub-classification 1: Camera Equipment
Cameras and equipment attached to camers for the purpose of capturing a visual image.  Included in this sub-classification are camera parts, lenses, filters, lighting attachements, and camera supports.
Item 1999.069.1: Wooden Cam-O Corp. Twin Lens Reflex Camera, circa 1940-1960
One wooden twin lens reflex camera that was made by the Cam-O Corp. company in Kansas City, Missouri that was used for creating class photographs for schools, as it was labelled a "school camera" by the company. The camera used 46mm film or 1.75in film rolls. The lens of the camera is a Wallensak Raptar 4.5in lens. The camera is approximately 13 in. x 11 in. and is in fair condition. Transferred from the Registrar's Office in 1966. Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 1999.069.01
Item 1999.069.2: Black Silk Hood for Cam-O Corp. Twin Lens Reflex Camera, circa 1940-1960
One black silk hood that was perhaps used to carry a camera by the Cam-O Corp. of Kansas City Missouri to be used for school photographs. The hood has a zipper along the edges. The hood is approximately 41 in. x 25 in. and is in fair condition.  Transferred from the Registrar's Office in 1966. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 1999.069.02
Item 2008.161a: Silver Kodak Pony 135 Model C Camera, circa 1955-1958
One silver Kodak camera that once belonged to College of William and Mary President Thomas Ashley Graves. The camera is inside a brown leather case with a neck strap attached to it. The camera is 5 in. x 3 in. The camera is in good condition and the case is in fair condition with a broken strap.  Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 2008.161a
Item 2008.161b: Bell and Howell Filmo Sporster Double Run Eight Movie Camera, circa 1947-1964
One Bell and Howell movie camera that was once used by College of William and Mary President Thomas Ashley Graves. The camera is enclosed in a brown leather case with the initials "T.A.G., JR." engraved in gold. The camera is approximately 5 in. x 4 in. The camera and its case are in fair condition. Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 2008.161b
Sub-classification 2: Photographic Accessories
Tools, equipment, and supplies that play an ancillary or facilitating role in the production of photographic images and are not used directly with cameras or photprocessing equipment.  Included in this sub-classification are maintenance gear and ancillary studio equipment.
Sub-classification 3: Photographic Media
Paper, film, and tape created to capture and present images.
Sub-classification 4: Photoprocessing Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies used in transforming a latent image, as captured by light-sensitive chemicals on film, into a visible negative or positive image.
Classification 5: Printing T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to reproduce written, photographic, or artistic material, whether in very limited quantities (as in the case of artistic engravings or lithographs) or in quantities required for widespread distribution.  This classification includes specialized tools such as handpresses, engraver's blocks, or photocopiers, that are used for bookbinding, engraving, etching, lithography, or screen printing.
Sub-classification 1: Bookbinding Equipment
Tools and equipment used to asemble sheets of printed material into collated and/or bound volumes.
Sub-classification 2: Graphic Equipment
Tools, equipment, and supplies used in conjunction with replication equipment to reproduce quantities of graphic material.
Item 1979.013: Printers Plate of John Tyler, undated
One printers plate image of Pres. John Taylor (1790-1862), name inscribed below. It is 7inx10in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4.  UA1979.013
Item  1986.019: Engraving Plate of John Johns, undated
One copper engraving plate mounted on piece of wood portraying John Johns. An inscription includes information about Johns and donor of the plate; item is almost identical to UA 1984.011. The plate is 13.5inx8.2in and the wood is 15.3in.x10.2in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4.  UA 1986.019
Item 1993.016: Lugs from Society of the Alumni Postage Machine, 1968-1991
Printing plates used in the Society of the Alumni postage machine. There is one from the United States Bicentennial, one from the 275th Anniversary of the College, one for non-profit organizations, and three used for homecomings (1989-1991). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 10.  UA 1993.016
Item 1998.053: Map of Campus, before 1960
One printers plate of campus of College of William and Mary. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1998.053
Item 1999.072: "Hark Upon The Gale" Printer's Plate, 1984
Printers Plate used in book "Hark Upon The Gale" by Wilford Kale. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1999.072
Item 1999.080: Printers Plates, 1940s-1950s
Printers plates; includes images of the Wren Building, J. Lesslie Hall, Ralph Green, College seals, cartoons, campus buildings, advertisements, and other. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1999.080
Item 2009.500: Printer's Block Bearing Lord Botetourt, undated
One wooden printer's block used for stamping bearing the likeness of Lord Botetourt. The block was originally housed in the Old Printing Press Office in Swem Library. Surrounding Lord Botetourt are the words "The Right Hon. Norborne Berkeley, Baron de Bottetourt, late Governor of Virginia." The engraving measures approximately 2 in. x 3 in. and the block is approximately 2.83 in. x 3.125 in. It is in fair condition with wear showing around the edges of the engraving. Located in Art S4. UA 2009.500
Item 2011.388: Reproduction Copies of the Bodleian Plate, circa 1937
3- reproduction copies of the copper plate found in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, England that shows the Brafferton, Wren Building, and the President's House, circa 1740. One of the copies is inscribed "Taken from the copper plate found by us in the Bodleian Library, Oxford, England, 1930." The bottom right-hand side of the print is signed by Kate M. Cannon and Mary F. Goodwin. Approximately 17.5 in. x 14.5in.  They are in fair condition. Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 2. UA 2011.388
Item 2013.209.1: "The Children's Hour at the Peyton Randolph House" Printing Block, 1933
One printing block with a metal plate. The metal plate features a relief of the Peyton Randolph House with a woman in eighteenth century clothing following a little girl in eighteenth century clothing pushing a toy baby carriage. It also features a little boy playing the hoop rolling game and a woman on the porch of the Peyton Randolph House both in eighteenth century clothing. "343" is written and underlined in pencil on the right edge of the block. This printing block was made for a print in the 1933 Colonial Echo by Charles W. Smith. The printing block is 5.5in. (width) x 7.125in. (length). It is in good condition with one 0.875in. blue stain and another 0.75in. blue stain on the right edge of the printing block. It also has a 2in split on the back near the bottom as well as two 0.875in. splits on the bottom edge of the woodblock. The printing block has a 3.5in. phrase starting with a "B" written in pencil and a 0.125in. turquois stain on the back.  Gift of Nancy Peters. UA 2013.209.01
Item 2013.209.2: "A Fast-Riding Courier Spreads the News of Yorktown" Printing Block, 1933
Printing block with a metal plate. The metal plate features a relief of a row of eighteenth century shops and/or houses in Williamsburg. There are men and women in eighteenth century clothing walking and standing in front of the houses/shops. A courier on horseback is depicted riding through the town of Williamsburg with his hand up. One male figure standing in front of the houses/shops is depicted waving to the courier. The printing block has a 3.5in. phrase starting with a "B" written in pencil on the back and "119" written and underlined in pencil on the right edge. This printing block was made for a print in the 1933 Colonial Echo by Charles W. Smith. The printing block is 5.5in. (width) x 7.125in. (length). The printing block is in good condition. The printing block has a 0.75in. split and a white stain in the shape of a "p" on the back. There is also a 0.875in. split and some chipping on the bottom edge of the printing block. The top edge of the printing block has a 0.375in. and a 0.25 in. crack along with some small white stains. Gift of Nancy Peters. UA 2013.209.02
Item 2013.209.3: "The Tavern Tap-Room, Laughter, Smoke and Friends" Printing Block, 1933
Printing block with a metal plate. The metal plate features a relief of the interior of an eithteenth century tavern room with men in eighteenth century clothes standing in the room. The men are talking, joking, and smoking with one another in the room. "149" is written and underlined in pencil on the right edge of the printing block.This printing block was made for a print in the 1933 Colonial Echo by Charles W. Smith. The printing block is 5.5in. (width) x 7.125in. (length). The printing block is in fair condition. There are three splits going along the length of the printing block on the back. There is also approx. 4.5in. of chipping on the back left side of the printing block. The back of the printing block has a large smattering of green stains and a 0.75in. white tissue like substance. The bottom edge has a 0.75in. crack and a 0.5in. crack parallel to the splits on the back; along with a 0.75in. split that looks as if it has been glued before. The top edge has a 0.5in. crack and  three 0.75 splits running parallel to the splits across the back. Gift of Nancy Peters. UA 2013.209.03
Item 2013.209.4: A Farmer and His Family at Work Printing Block, circa 1933
Printing block with a metal plate. The metal plate features a relief of an eighteenth century house in the background with a large garden in the foreground. In the garden a man in eighteenth century clothes works the garden with a hoe. A woman and two little girls, all in eighteenth century dresses, are depicted working in the garden as well. "195" is written and underlined in pencil on the right edge of the block. The printing block was made by Charles W. Smith possibly to be used in the 1933 Colonial Echo. The printing block is 5.5in. (width) x 7.125in. (length) and is in good condition. There are two splits running the length of the block on the back as well as a 5.25in. brown stain coming from the top edge of the block. There is also a 6.75in. white tissue substance on the back near the left edge and a 2.125in. pencil line near the right edge. The bottom edge of the printing block has nine small holes, a 0.5in. gray stain above the holes, a 0.5in. split near the right edge and a 0.5in. crack in the center with a brown stain surrounding it. The top edge has 20 small holes, a 0.5in. crack and a 0.25 in. split. Gift of Nancy Peters. UA 2013.209.04
Item 2013.209.5: A Gentleman Courts a Lady Printing Block, circa 1933
Printing block with a metal plate. The metal plate features a relief of an eighteenth century house and a full moon in the background. The foreground features a fence and a man in eighteenth century clothes holding the hand of a woman, in eighteenth century clothes holding a fan, with his head bowed over the woman's hand. "221" is written and underlined in pencil on the right edge of the block. The printing block was made by Charles W. Smith possibly to be used in the 1933 Colonial Echo. The printing block is 5.5in. (width) x 7.125in. (length) and is in good condition. The front has metal chipping around the nails that hold the metal plate to the wood. The back has three splits along the length of the printing block. It also has a smattering of green stains, a 7in. white tissue substance near the right edge, a 3.75in. pencil mark near the top and a 2.5in. pencil mark near the bottom. The bottom edge has a 5.25 in. brown stain, a 0.5in. split and a 0.75 in. split near the right edge parallel to the split on the back of the block. The top edge has 16 small holes, a 0.125 in. crack near the left edge, a 0.5in. crack in the center and three 0.75in. splits parallel to the splits on the back. Gift of Nancy Peters. UA 2013.209.05
Item 2013.209.6: Snow at Bruton Parish Church Printing Block, circa 1933
Printing block with a metal plate. The metal plate features a relief of Bruton Parish church and snowflakes falling all around it. Men and women in eighteenth century clothing walk along the snow laden sidewalk (the women are holding parasols). Two boys are depicted on the snow covered street. One boy in a coat, hat, pants, and boots runs down the street while pulling another boy (wearing a hat, coat, pants, mittens, and scarf) on a sled. The printing block was made by Charles W. Smith possibly to be used in the 1933 Colonial Echo. The printing block is 5.5in. (width) x 7.125in. (length) and is in good condition. The back has a 5.5in. brown stain across the top as well as a 2in. black stain coming from the right side. it also has a 1.5in. crack in the middle and three splits running the length of the block. The bottom edge has a 0.25in. crack in the center with a black stain surrounding it, a black stain about the width of the block bleeding in from the front metal piece, 18 holes going across, and three splits running parallel to the splits across the back. The top edge features a 0.5in. crack in the center with a black stain surrounding it. It also has seven holes going across and three splits that run parallel to the splits on the back of the block. The bottom right side has a 1.25in. crack. Gift of Nancy Peters. UA 2013.209.06
Item 2013.209.7: Croquet in Williamsburg Printing Block, circa 1933
Printing block with a metal plate. The metal plate features a relief of a row of eighteenth century houses with chimneys in the background. The foreground has bushes and men in women in eighteenth century clothing playing croquet. "363" is written and underlined in pencil on the right edge. The printing block was made by Charles W. Smith possibly to be used in the 1933 Colonial Echo. The printing block is 5.5in. (width) x 7.125in. (length) and is in good condition. There are green stains in the crevices of the house, grass, sky, and dress of one woman in the metal relief. There are also green stains along the edges of the metal plate. The back features a smattering of green and white stains as well as two splits running the length of the block. The bottom edge of the printing block has two 0.75in. splits that are parallel to the splits on the back. It also has a 0.5in. crack near the right, a 0.25in. crack in the center and 21 holes going across with a green stain on the eighth hole from the right.  The top edge has two 0.75in. splits that are parallel to the splits on the back of the block. It also has a 0.5in. crack in the center with a black stain surrounding it. The right edge has a black stain running the length of the block bleeding in from the metal plate. The left edge has a two 0.25in. green stains and a 0.125in. white stain. Gift of Nancy Peters. UA 2013.209.07
Sub-classification 3: Printing Accessories
Tools, equipment, and supplies that play an ancillary or facilitating role in the printing process, but do not by themselves generate multiple copies of original written, graphic, or photographic material.
Sub-classification 4: Replication Equipment
Tools and equipment that replicate written or graphic/photographic material through the application of ink or other pigment to the surface of paper or other media.
Sub-classification 5: Typesetting Equipment
Tools and equipment used to assemble physical or virtual alphanumeric printing elements or "type" into assemblages (words, lines, paragraphs, etc.) in preparation for reproduction by replication equipment.
Classification 6: Sound Communication T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies, other than musical instruments, originally created to generate, amplify, reproduce, or store music, spoken words, or other sounds that are useful for human communication.
Sub-classification 1: Sound Communication Accessories
Tools, equipment, and supplies that facilitate, but do not actually perform, the generation, amplification, reproduction, or storage of sounds for communication.
Sub-classification 2: Sound Communication Devices
Tools and equipment that play an active role in the generation, amplification, or reproduction of sounds for communication.
Item 1980.114: Bell, circa 1938-1945
Bell rung during Navy Chaplain's School at William and Mary. Located in B&G S5. UA 1980.114
Item 2007.68: Bell, circa 1925
This bell was found by a carpenter working on buildings at William and Mary, circa 1928-1932. The bell is 3.75 in. in diameter and 3.25 in. high, with a handle approximately 4 in. long. Located in B&G S5. UA 2007.68
Sub-classification 3: Sound Communication Media
Artifacts originally created as repositories for the storage of sounds reproduced by a sound communication device.  This sub-classification does not include digital media for sound, which are listed in Data processing Media.  Note: If content is on the medium, "Recording" from Other Documents also may be used.
Classification 7: Telecommunication T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies intended to facilitate communication at a distance by electrical or electronic means.  This classification includes telegraph, telephone, radio, and television equipment.
Sub-classification 1: Telecommunication Accessories
Tools, equipment, and supplies that facilitate telecommunication but do not play a direct role in the transmission or reception of telecommunication messages.
Sub-classification 2: Telecommunication Devices
Tools and equipment that play a direct role in the generation or reception of telecommunication messages.
Sub-classification 3: Telecommunication Media
Artifacts that function as carriers of telecommunication.
Classification 8: Visual Communication T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to facilitate communication by means of symbols, patterns, colors, text, or pictures that are directly observable by and intelligible to the recipient.  Included in this classification are signs, visual signals, and devices that project images.
Sub-classification 1: Visual Communication Accessories
Tools, equipment, and supplies that facilitate visual communication but  do not play a direct role in the generation or display of visual content.
Sub-classification 2: Visual Communication Devices
Tools, equipment, and supplies that play a direct role in the generation or display of visual symbols.
Classification 9: Written Communication T&E
Tools, equipment, and supplies originally created to facilitate the preparation and maintenance of written documents.  This classification does not include the documents themselves or equipment and supplies relating to the replication or electronic transmission of documents.  This classification includes artifacts relating to the sendings and receipt of postal communication, but not to the actual processing, transporation, or delivery of mail by postal agencies or other delivery services.
Sub-classification 1: Writing Accessories
Tools, equipment, and supplies intended to facilitate written communication but that do not play a direct or essential role in the creation or transmission of written messages.
Item 1985.078: Letter Opener, 1985
One pewter letter opener with the cypher of William III and Mary II decorating one end. It was made by Shirley Pewter Shop and given to the members of the President's Council the weekend of President Paul Verkuil's inauguration.The box was made by Pohlig Co. of Richmond, VA and is inscribed "The President's Council." the letter opener is 7.5in. (length) and the box is 9.25in. (length).Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 12. UA1985.078
Item 1991.002: "Tribe Pride" Bookmark, 1991
One white felt bookmark shaped like a pennant with "Tribe Pride" written in green. Purchased at the William and Mary bookstore for $0.50. The bookmark is 5in. (length). Located Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 10. UA 1991.002
Item 2002.050: Tercentenary Bookmarks, 1993
3-machine-embroidered cloth bookmarks, 9in. long. Two of the bookmarks are in a green brochure, which details the history of William and Mary on the inside left sleeve. It bears the College seal, a depiction of the Wren Building, and the words "College of William & Mary 1693-1993."  There is a short gold tassel hanging from the bottom. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 22. UA  2002.050
Item 2006.002: Mason School of Business, Paperweight, November 11, 2005
One acrylic paperweight commemorating the re-dedication (naming) of the School of Business to honor Raymond A. "Chip" Mason, class of 1959 and president and CEO of Legg Mason, Inc.; includes William and Mary cypher logo. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2006.002
Item 2007.035: The Fourth Century Club, Bookmark, circa 1993
One gold bookmark given to contributors at the leadership level for the William and Mary Annual Fund's Fourth Century Fund. The bookmark is attached to an explanatory card. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2007.035
Item 2007.040: The Fourth Century Club, Bookmark, circa 1993
One pewter bookmark given to contributors for the William and Mary Annual Fund's Fourth Century Fund. The bookmark was made by Deafull Pewter in Pugwash, Nova Scotia, Canada. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA2007.040
Item 2008.20: Alumni Center Dedication Bookmark, 1997
Souvenir metal bookmark from the dedication of the College of William and Mary Alumni Center on October 25, 1997, including the paper holder. The bookmark includes and image of the Alumni House and the text "There's no place like home Homecoming 1997 College of William & Mary Society of the Alumni." Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2008.20
Item 2009.209: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Clipboard, 2008
One blue clipboard that was made by Tyler Hudgins, the newest initiate of the Kappa Pi Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. in Fall 2008. Mr. Hudgins made the clipboard for his Neophyte Showing.The back of the clipboard reads “Sign Up”, with the Greek letter for Sigma translated as the S, in white lettering. The blue and the writing on the back side are a gesture towards another fraternity. It is 9inx12in and is in good condition. Gift of Tyler Hudgins. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.209
Item 2011498.26: William and Mary Binder, circa 1940s
A green metal loose-leaf, three ring binder that has "WILLIAM AND MARY" stamped across the front. The interior of the binder is also green.  On the interior right side there is a silver logo that reads "THE ELBE LINE/ TO DUPLICATE ORDER/NO. 74238/ MADE IN U.S.A." in silver letters. The binder measures approximately 9.75in. (length) x 11.5in. (width) and is in poor condition. The front of the binder has suffered severe discoloration and is now brown with only approximately 2.5in.  of green spots above the "WILLIAM AND MARY." The back of the binder is green with some brown discoloration creeping in along the edges. There is also approximately 0.5in. of white stain on the left side of the back of the binder. The edge of the back of the binder near the fold show signs of wear and tear. The edges of the binder also show signs of wear and tear along with discoloration. The interior left side of the binder shows brown discoloration on the left edge. The right interior of the binder has a white residue as well as brown discoloration on the right side. the middle of the interior of the binder, where the three rings are, show wear and tear as well as grooves where the three rings have been. the bottom and top of the three rings (where one flips open the three rings) has rust-colored stains. Transferred by the Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.26
Item 2012.400.2: Framed William & Mary Bookmark, circa 1993
1 - framed William & Mary machine embroidered bookmark. Bookmark features a gold border with the W&M seal, and the front of the Wren Building. Text on the bookmark reads, "The College of WILLIAM & MARY / Chartered 1693." The bottom of the bookmark comes to a point and has a tassel of gold thread. The bookmark is mounted green matboard inside of a wooden gold and black fleck painted frame. Back of frame features a clipping with a short history of the College of William & Mary. Framer's sticker on the back indicates it was customed framed by "BROWNINGS OF WYOMING / 1424 Springfield Pike / Wyoming, OHIO 45215 / Phone 821-7079." Frame measures 13.125 in. x (height) 4.5 in. (width) x .75 in. (depth). Bookmark and frame are in good condition with no visible defects. Gift of Denise Sellers; bookmark was transferred upon receipt from the Denise Sellers Papers (Acc. 2012.400/UA 5.168). Located in Dec Obj, S2 SS4. UA 2012.400.02
Item 2014.016.2: William and Mary Blank Scrapbook, circa 1909
A black felt scrapbook that features a "W," "M," and "C" (for William and Mary College) stitched in gold felt letters on the front. There is a felt tie on the left of the front that keeps the scrapbook together. Inside the scrapbook are dark beige construction paper pages. The first page has "William Bernard Walsh/Class of 1909/ College of William & Mary" written in cursive. The rest of the pages are blank. The first and last pages are sown into the felt cover pieces in the front and back. The scrapbook measures approximately 15in. (length) x 11.25in. (width) and is in good condition. The top of the tie on the front left has a small rip in it. There is a small hole in the top left of the "M," the top left of the "C," and the bottom right of the "W" where it meets the bottom of the "C." There are also small holes all over the front of the cover piece.  The page sown onto the felt front piece, which features the inscription, is completely separated from the bottom of the felt front piece and is severely ripped and tattered on the bottom and right edges. The page sown onto the felt back piece is completely separated from the top right of the back felt piece and the top and bottom right edges are torn. Transferred from Alumni Association. UA 2014.016.02
Item 14: Welcome to the Library Bookmark, 2008
One bookmark from the library of Richard Bland College of the College of William and Mary. The bookmark is Gray and made of tin with a silver tassel on the end of it. On the front of the bookmark is the logo for the RBC Library as well as "Welcome to the Future" written in green lettering. Also written on the front of the bookmark is "Richard Bland College" and the library's internet address www.rbc.edu/library. The bookmark is 4.625in.x0.75in. and is in excellent condition. It was given out during a talk by RBC librarian Virginia Cherry at Swem Library on 9/4/2008.
Sub-classification 2: Writing Devices
Tools, equipment, and supplies that play a direct and essential role in the creation or transmission of written messges, such as writing implements or typewriters.  This sub-classification does not include computer printers, which are included in Peripherals.
Item 1982.072: Embosser for the College Seal, 1960-1962
One Embosser which affixes the seal of the College. Seal depicts Virginia state outline on a shield with sun and lamp. 1960 below shield. All surrounded by "The College of William and Mary". Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1982.072
Item 1988.068: Penpoint, 1906
The Penpoint used by Governor Swanson to approve the act transferring the property of William and Mary to the Commonwealth of Virginia on March 7, 1906. Gift of R.L. Spencer.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 10. UA1988.068
Item 1990.011: William and Mary Pen, circa 1970
One maroon and chrome ballpoint pen with "College of William and Mary" etched  on the shaft. The pen is 5.5in. (length). Gift of Susan Riggs.Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 11.  UA 1990.011
Item 1990.065: Mechanical Pencil, 1990
One metallic green mechanical pencil decorated with "The College of William and Mary" and the College seal in gold. Purchased at the bookstore; gift of Susan Riggs. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 11.  UA 1990.065
Item 1994.058: Sigma Alpha Epsilon Crest, circa 1980s
One tile painted silver and bears the Sigma Alpha Epsilon crest. This was one of two crests made for the Virginia Kappa chapter by the American Bindery, to be used for stamping the covers of books and other bound items. The tile is 3in.x3.5in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 10. UA1994.058
Item 1995.025: Ceremonial signing pen and stand, circa 1995
One ceremonial pen with white ostrich feather and metal stand. Given to College President Timothy  Sullivan probably in 1995. Sticker on box is from Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility in Newport News, VA. (presently (2007) known as the Jefferson Labs). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1995.025
Item 1999.009: Engraving Stamp of Henry Billups, circa 1950
One stamp, 3in.x 2.5in., featuring a portrait of Henry Billups. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 24. UA 1999.009
Item 1999.093: Marshall-Wythe School of Law Pencil, 1999
One green pencil stamped "W&M Marshall-Wythe Law Library" in gold. These were given out at the Law School Library open house, June 9, 1999. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 22. UA 1999.093
Item 2004.006: Branding Irons, circa 1900s
Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA2004.006
Item 2011.403: Undergraduate Honor Council Pen, 2011
One green and silver pen with the William and Mary Cypher surrounded by "William and Mary Honor Council" engraved in silver. To the right of the cypher are the words "Undergraduate Honor Council, est. 1779" engraved in silver. It is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.403
Item 2011.729.1: Signature Stamp of Davis Y. Paschall, circa 1940s - 1960s
Steel signature stamp with two small brushes. Made in the USA by Triumph circa 1958-1970.  Functioning steel mechanism lowers and imprints a rubber relief stamp of "Davis Y. Paschall" signature. Davis Paschall served as the 22nd College of William and Mary President from August 1960 to August 1971. This stamp would have been used by President Paschall's secretary to sign documents in quick succession, without requiring the time and presence of the President himself.  Object measures 7.5 in. (height) x 3.25 in. (width). Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967377372/, http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967377668/, http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113454523/, and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113454817/. Gift of Davis Y. Paschall, transferred from William & Mary Law School Library by Jim Heller. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.729.01
Sub-classification 3: Writing Media
Paper and other materials intended for the recording of written and printed communications.  Note: if any items listed in the sub-classification have contents, terms from Documentary Artifacts also may be used to describe the contents, e.g., "Label, Identification" for a label, "Tag, Identification" for a tag, "Letter" for a sheet of letterhead, "Note" for a notecard, and "Correspondence" and "Print, Photographic" for a postcard.
Item 1994.010: Homecoming Stationery, 1992
7 sheets of stationery and 4 envelopes with "Homecoming 1992" logo. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1994.010
Category 7: Distribution and Transportation Artifacts
Artifacts originally created to transport or distribute animate and inanimate things.  This category also includes artifacts originally created to facilitate such transportation or as an adjunct to such transportation.  This category includes propelled vehicles such as automobiles or wheelbarrows as well as containers that facilitate distribution.  Also included are parts of aircraft, spacecraft, land vehicles, rail vehicles, and watercraft.
Classification 1: Aerospace Transportation
Artifacts orginally created to transport people or goods above the surface of the earth.
Sub-classification 1: Aerospace Transportation Accessories
Artifacts originally created as accessories used in the transportation of people or goods above the face of the earth.  Included are artifacts created to be parts of aircraft or spacecraft.
Sub-classification 2: Aircraft
Artifacts originally created to transport people or goods above the surface of the earth but within the confines or earth's atmosphere.
Sub-classification 3: Spacecraft
Artifacts originally created to transport people or equipment outside the confines of earth's atmosphere.
Classification 2: Containers
Artifacts originally created to transport or distribute objects or substances.  Included in this classification are terms to describe generic forms used to store or ship any variety of materials.  The term "Package, Product" from Merchandising T&E should be used in addition to a term from the Container classification to describe containers used for the marketing and mechandising of specific products; the products themselves may be noted in a subject fields.  Containers made for personal storage or transport of specific objects are listed in Storage and Display Accessories, Personal Carrying and Storage gear, or other classifications with the objects for which they were made.
Item 2008.16: Campaign for a Living Wage Donation Can, circa 2002
One donation can covered with stickers approximately 5.5in.(height) and 4in. in diameter. It includes stickers for the United Steelworkers of America, student labor action coalition, and family farms not animal factories. Gift of James Spady. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2008.16
Item 2009.248: Wooden Box that Contained an English Five Guinea Coin with Likenesses of William and Mary, undated
One circular wooden box that was used to hold a five guinea gold coin that bears likenesses of King William and Mary of England. The inside of the box, the bottom contains red velvet and the top is inscribed with "Box made from a piece of the Brigg Betsy Carnes which brought over the Prince of Orange to this country wrecked at Shields." The box is approximately 2.5in. in diameter. The box is in good condition but shows signs of fading and a few chips. Gift of Mrs. Gwendoline Mackreth. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.248
Item 2011498.21: William and Mary Homecoming 1982 Coin Can, November 6, 1982
One beige can in the form of a soda can that features a gold top with a 1.125in. slit to deposit coins. The can also features a picture of a W&M football player, in uniform, running with a football. "HOMECOMING '82/WILLIAM & MARY TRIBE/vs BROWN/ Nov. 6, 1982" is printed on the front of the can with "HOMECOMING '82" and "vs BROWN" in brown and "WILLIAM & MARY TRIBE" and “Nov. 6, 1982" in green. The William and Mary Logo (two intertwined "W" and "M" with feathers sticking out) is printed between "HOMECOMING '82" and "WILLIAM & MARY TRIBE." The can was made by the Ball company and measures approximately 4.5in. (height) and 2.5in. (diameter). The can is in fair condition with white residue on the top (golden) part of the can and an approximately 3in. dent on the top part of the depiction of the football player. There are also abrasions going from the helmet of the depiction of the football player to right above "HOMECOMING '82," as well as below it to the left of the William and Mary logo. Transferred by the Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.21
Item 2011498.25: William and Mary "Six-Footer" Scarf  Box, circa 1940s
A green and beige box advertising the William and Mary "Six-Footer" scarf. The front of the box is green and has "Many and Wonderous Are The Uses..." written in beige stylized font at the top. Below this are six beige cartoon boxes with captions that advertise the comical uses of the "Six-Footer." The first cartoon caption says: "AN ECONOMICAL MUFFLER" and shows a Sultan walking away from a group of men whose mouths are covered by the "Six-Footer." The second cartoon caption says: "WHEN YOU'RE ALONE" and shows a woman using the "Six-Footer" as a hammock. The third cartoon caption says: "TO CAPTURE A LOVED ONE" and shows a caveman dragging a cavewoman by the "Six-Footer" wrapped around her neck. The fourth cartoon caption says: "WINTER SPORTS" and shows a youth under water harpoon fishing with the "Six-Footer" as his scarf. The fifth carton caption says: "FOR MOTHERS WITH SMALL CHILDREN" and shows an Indian woman carrying two small children from the "Six-Footer" wrapped around her neck. The final cartoon caption reads: "AN EXCELLENT BODY-WARMER" and displays a mummy wrapped in the "Six-Footer." The box measures approximately 12.5in. (length) x 9.5in. (width) and is in fair condition. The front of the box has approximately 4in. of white stain along with approximately 2in. of brown stain near the cartoon caption "FOR MOTHERS WITH SMALL CHILDREN."  There is also approximately 1in. of brown stain on the cartoon with the caption: "WHEN YOU'RE ALONE." There is a 1.5in. tear on the bottom left corner of the box and a 0.5in. tear on the top right corner of the box. The bottom of the box has a 0.75in. and a 0.5in. brown stain at the top and multiple black stains. Related to UA 2011.498.25a. Transferred by the Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.25b
Classification 3: Land Transportation T&E
Artifacts originally created to transport people or goods on land without restriction to a fixed route determined by a track or other guidance device.
Sub-classification 1: Land Transportation Accessories
Artifacts originally created as accessories used in the transportation of people or goods on land without restriction to a fixed route determined by a track or other guidance device.  Included are artifacts created to be parts of land vehicles.
Sub-classification 2: Animal-Powered Vehicles
Artifacts, powered by animal energy, originally created to transport people or goods on land without restriction to a fixed route determined by a track or guidance device.
Sub-classification 3: Human-Powered Vehicles
Artifacts, powered by human energy alone, originally creaeted to transport people or goods on land without restriction to a fixed route determined by a track or guidance devices.
Sub-classification 4: Motor Vehicles
Artifacts, powered by some kind of self-acting mechanism such as a motor, originally created to transport people or goods on land without restriction to a fixed route determined by a track or other guidance vehicle.  Included are wheeled vehicles towed by moter vehilces.
Classification 4: Rail Transportation Equipment
Artifacts originally created to transport people or goods on or along a fixed route determined by a track, rail, cable, or similar device.
Sub-classification 1: Rail Transportation Accessories
Artifacts originally created as accessories used in the transportation of people or goods on or along a fixed route determined by a track, rail, cable, or similar device.  Included are artifacts created to be parts of rail vehicles.
Classification 5: Water Transportation Equipment
Artifacts originally created to transport people or goods on or under water.
Sub-classification 1: Water Transportation Accessories
Artifacts originally created as accessories for the transportation of people or goods on or under water.  Included are artifacts created to be parts of watercraft.
Sub-classification 2: Watercraft
Artifacts originally created to transport people or goods on or under water.
Category 8: Communication Artifacts
Artifacts originally created as expressions of human thought.  Comunication artifacts comment on, interpret, or enhance people's environments.  Communication artifacts can function symbollically or literally.  This category excludes the tools and equipment that are used to create communication artifacts.
Classification 1: Advertising Media
Artifacts originally created to call public attention to a product, service, or event and to elicit a specific response in regard to a product, service, or event.  Generally, the intended response is to urge people to acquire, use, or participate in the product, service, or event that is being advertised.  Note: Subjects and themes of advertisements may be indicated in a separate subject field.
Series 1: W&M Sports Schedule Magnets
Item 2007.022: Tribe Spring Sports Home Schedule Magnet, 2006
Tribe spring sports home schedules includes men's and women's golf, baseball, men's and women's tennis, and lacrosse; sponsored by the Virginia Lottery. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA2007.022
Item 2007.082: Tribe Winter Sports Home Schedule Magnet, 2007-2008
One winter sports schedule for men's and women's basketball, gymnastics, swimming and diving. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4.  UA 2007.082
Item 2008.076: Football Schedule Magnet, 2008
One magnet of the 2008 William and Mary football team schedule of games.Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2008.076
Item 2009.270: Football Schedule Magnet, 2009
One magnet shaped like a College of William and Mary football helmet announcing the 2009 home schedule for the football team. The schedule includes games against Central Connecticut State on September 12, Delaware on September 26, James Madison on October 24, Towson on November 7, and New Hampshire on November 14. The helmet is a khaki color with "Tribe" written across it in green and silver. The magnet is approximately 5.3in x 4.125in and is in great condition. Gift of Steven Bookman. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.270
Item 2009.283: Tribe Fall Sports Home Schedule Magnet, 2005
One magnet featuring the home schedules for the 2005 Fall sports teams at the College of William and Mary. The schedules described are for Football, Men's Soccer, Women's Soccer, Field Hockey, Volleyball, and Cross Country. The magnet was sponsored by the Virginia Lottery. The background of the magnet is gold with players from each of the sports described above. The magnet is approximately 5in x 8in and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.283
Item 2009.284: Tribe Spring Sports Home Schedule Magnet, 2006
One magnet showing schedules of home games for the Spring 2006 sports teams at the College of William and Mary. The teams featured on the magnet are Men's Golf, Women's Golf, Baseball, Women's Tennis, Men's Tennis, and Lacrosse. The magnet was sponsored by the Virginia Lottery. The background of the magnet is gold with players from each of the sports described above. The magnet is approximately 5in x 8in and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.284
Item 2009.285: Tribe Fall Sports Home Schedule Magnet, 2006
One magnet featuring the home schedules for the 2006 Fall sports teams at the College of William and Mary. The schedules described are for Football, Men's Soccer, Women's Soccer, Field Hockey, Volleyball, and Cross Country. The magnet was sponsored by the Virginia Lottery. The background of the magnet is gold with players from each of the sports described above. The magnet is approximately 5in x 8in and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.285
Item 2009.286: Tribe Spring Sports Home Schedule Magnet, 2007
One magnet showing schedules of home games for the Spring 2007 sports teams at the College of William and Mary. The teams featured on the magnet are Men's Golf, Women's Golf, Baseball, Women's Tennis, Men's Tennis, Lacrosse, and Track and Field. The magnet was sponsored by the Virginia Lottery. The background of the magnet is gold with players from each of the sports described above. The magnet is approximately 5in x 8in and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.286
Item 2009.292: Tribe Spring Sports Home Schedule Magnet, 2009
One magnet showing schedules of home games for the Spring 2009 sports teams at the College of William and Mary. The teams featured on the magnet are Men's Golf, Women's Golf, Baseball, Women's Tennis, Men's Tennis, Lacrosse, and Track and Field. The magnet was sponsored by Suntrust. The background of the magnet is green and gold with players from each of the sports described above. The magnet is approximately 5in x 8in and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4.  UA 2009.292
Item 2010.131: Tribe Winter Sports Home Schedule Magnet, 2009-2010
One green and gold magnet that contains the home game schedules for the Winter sports the College including Men's and Women's Basketball, Men's and Women's Gymnastics, and Men's and Women's Swimming. It is approximately 5in x 8in and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.131
Item 2010.132: Men's Basketball Schedule Magnet, 2009-2010
One black, green, and gold magnet advertising the 2009-2010 William and Mary Men's Basketball season's scheduled games. Photographs of the four Seniors Sean McCurdy, Danny Sumner, David Schneider, and Steven Hess are also included on the magnet. It is approximately 5in x 8in and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4.  UA 2010.132
Item 2010.544: Football Schedule Magnet, 2005
One magnet featuring the home game schedule for the William and Mary football team during the 2005 season.The magnet was sponsored by the William and Mary Bookstore. It features four football players in a line formation with the slogan "Lay it on the Line." It is approximately 7in. x 4in. and is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.544
Item 2011.072: Tribe Winter Sports Home Schedule Magnet, 2010-2011
One magnet listing the schedules for all the Winter sports at William and Mary, including Men's and Women's Basketball, Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving, and Men's and Women's Gymnastics. It features individual athletes for most of the teams on the schedule. The magnet was sponsored by Suntrust Bank and was created by the Athletics Department to give out to fans at athletic events. It is approximately 5in. x 8in. and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.072
Item 2011.073: Women's Basketball Schedule Magnet, 2010-2011
One magnet listing all the home and away games for the 2010-2011 season of the William and Mary Women's Basketball team. It also features many of the team's players. The magnet is sponsored by Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant and was created by the Athletics Department to hand out to fans at athletic games. It is approximately 5 in. x 8 in. It is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.073
Item 2011.074: Men's Basketball Schedule Magnet, 2010-2011
One magnet listing all the home and away games for the 2010-2011 season of the William and Mary Men's Basketball team. It also features many several of the team's players. The magnet is sponsored by Williamsburg Hospitality House and 415 Grill restaturant, and was created by the Athletics Department to hand out to fans at athletic games. It is approximately 5 in. x 8 in. It is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.074
Item 2011.544: Tribe Spring Sports Home Schedule Magnet, 2005
Rectangular magnet with rounded corners featuring the 2005 Spring sports home game schedules for Lacrosse, Women's and Men's Golf, Men's and Women's Tennis, and Baseball. Glossy paper affixed to magnet backing has the WM logo with feathers and Tribe on a yellow background with action shots of each sport represented in the foreground. Sponsored by the Virginia Lottery. Magnet measures 8 in. (length) x 5 in. (width). Magnet is in excellent condition with no visible defects. Transferred from Athletics Department Records (UA 181). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.544
Item 2011.545: Tribe Winter Sports Home Schedule Magnet, 2006-2007
Rectangular magnet featuring the 2006-07 Winter sports home game schedules for Men's and Women's Gymnastics, Men's and Women's Basketball, and Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving. Glossy paper affixed to magnet backing has two columns with images of the represented sports on the left and the game schedules with a yellow background on the right. Sponsored by the Virginia Lottery. Magnet is in excellent condition with no visible defects.  Magnet measures 8 in. (height) x 5 in. (width). Transferred from Athletics Department Records (UA 181). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.545
Item 2011.708.1: W&M Winter Sports Home Schedule Magnet, 2011-2012
Collected by Swem SCRC staff. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.708.01
Item 2011.708.2: W&M Women's Basketball Schedule Magnet, 2011-2012
Collected by Swem SCRC Staff. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.708.02
Item 2011.708.3: W&M Men's Basketball Schedule Magnet, 2011-2012
Collected by Swem SCRC staff. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.708.03
Item 2012.370.1: W&M Women's Basketball Schedule Magnet, 2012-2013
Collected by Swem SCRC staff. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.370.01
Item 2012.370.2: W&M Men's Basketball Schedule Magnet, 2012-2013
Collected by Swem SCRC staff. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.370.02
Item 2013.179.1: Tribe Spring Sports Home Schedule Magnet, 2013
Rounded rectangular magnet featuring the 2013 Spring sports home game schedules for Men's and Women's Tennis, Men's and Women's Track and Field, and Men's and Women's Golf, Baseball, and Lacrosse. Glossy paper affixed to magnet backing has a yellow lined grid pattern with green background; images and schedules in the squares of the grid. Sponsored by Suntrust. Magnet is in excellent condition with no visible defects. Magnet measures 8 in. (length) x 5 in. (width). Collected by Swem SCRC staff. Located in Dec Obj S2 SS4. UA 2013.179.01
Item 2014.001.1: Women's Basketball Home Schedule Magnet, 2014
One magnet listing the home and away games for the 2013-2014 season of the William and Mary Women's basketball team. The magnet measures approximately 5in. (width) x 8in. (length). Collected by SCRC staff at William and Mary Hall. UA 2014.001.01
Item 2014.001.2: Men's Basketball Home Schedule Magnet, 2014
One magnet listing the home and away games for the 2013-2014 season of the William and Mary Men's basketball team. The magnet measures approximately 5in. (width) x 8in. (length). Collected by SCRC staff at William and Mary Hall. UA 2014.001.02
Item 2014.001.3: W&M Winter Home Schedule Magnet, 2013-2014
One magnet that features the home schedule for Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, Men's Gymnastics, Swimming, and Women's Gymnastics on the right side. The schedules for Men's Basketball and Women's Basketball are separated from Men's Gymnastics, Swimming, and Women's Gymnastics by the word "Tribe," which is typed in green and outlined in gold, and "2013-14 WINTER HOME SCHEDULES" typed in gold below "Tribe." On the left side of the magnet are pictures from Men's Gymnastics, Swimming, Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, and Women's Gymnastics. There is also a picture of the Griffin. The magnet measures approximately 8in. (length) x 5in. (width) and is in excellent condition. UA 2014.001.03
Series 2: Living Wage Campaign
Subseries 1: Buttons, Pins, and Ribbons
Item 2002.066.1: Purple "Trabajos Con Justica" Button Pin, circa 2000
One purple circular button pin with white writing, "TRABAJOS CON JUSTICA / JOBS WITH JUSTICE." Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 21. UA 2002.066.01
Item 2002.066.2: Blue "Trabajos Con Justica" Button Pin, circa 2000
One blue circular button pin with white writing, "TRABAJOS CON JUSTICA / JOBS WITH JUSTICE." Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 21. UA 2002.066.02
Item 2002.066.3: "Union Summer" Button Pin, circa 2000
One rectangular button with an image of three organizers and the words "Union Summer A Project of the AFL-CIO." Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 21. UA 2002.066.03
Item 2002.066.4: Blue "Jobs with Justice" Button Pin, circa 2000
One blue circular button pin with white writing, "JOBS WITH JUSTICE." Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253).Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 21.  UA 2002.066.04
Item 2002.066.5: United Electrical Radio & Machine Workers Button Pin, circa 2000
One small white button with the blue letters "UE" in the center and the words "United Electrical Radio & Machine Workers of America" around the perimeter in red circle. Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253).Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 21.  UA 2002.066.05
Item 2002.066.6: "I Know Kissinger is a Criminal" Button Pin, circa 2000
One large yellow button with the words "I Know Kissinger is a Criminal" in black. Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 21. UA 2002.066.06
Item 2002.06610: Black Satin Ribbon, circa 2000
Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). UA 2002.066.10
Item 2006.003: Living Wage Button, 2004
One yellow button with the words "Living Wage" in green from the Campaign for a Living Wage at the College of William and Mary. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 20. UA  2006.003
Item 2008.17a: Campaign for a Living Wage Button, circa 2000
2-blue buttons with white print reading "Trabajos con Justicia / Jobs with Justice." Gift of James Spady. Located in Dec Obj S2,SS1. UA 2008.17
Item 2008.17b: Campaign for a Living Wage Button, circa 2000
2-blue buttons with white print reading "Jobs with Justice." Gift of James Spady. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2008.17
Item 2008.17c: Campaign for a Living Wage Button, circa 2000
One white button featuring a red octagon meant to indicate a stop sign. Black print reading "Newport News Shipbuilding USWA Local 8888" is outside of the stop sign and "Stop Navy Strikebreaking" is on the stop sign. Gift of James Spady.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2008.17
Item 2012.173.9: "Fighting for Fair Food!" Coalition of Immokalee Workers Button Pin, circa 2006-2012
One blue "Fighting for Fair Food!" Coalition of Immokalee Workers button pin. Tidewater Labor Support Committee Records received at the same time were added to the Living Wage Campaign Records (UA 253). Gift of Becky Little, Class of 2012. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2012.173.09
Item 2012.17310: "Trabajos con Justica" Button Pin, circa 2006-2012
One "Trabajos con Justica" button pin. Tidewater Labor Support Committee Records received at the same time were added to the Living Wage Campaign Records (UA 253). Gift of Becky Little, Class of 2012. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2012.173.10
Item 2012.17311: "Unite Here!" Button Pins, circa 2006-2012
2 - White "Unite Here!" button pins. Tidewater Labor Support Committee Records received at the same time were added to the Living Wage Campaign Records (UA 253). Gift of Becky Little, Class of 2012. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2012.173.11ab
Subseries 2: Stickers
Item 2002.066.7: "Shame" and "Raise the Wage" White Label Stickers, circa 2000
2- white oval stickers with the word "SHAME" (2002.066.07a and 2002.066.07b), and one white circular stickers with the phrase "Raise the Wage" (2002.066.07c). Stickers made with white address/mailing label paper produced by Avery®. Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2002.066.07a-c
Item 2002.066.8: "Student Labor Action" Stickers, circa 2000
Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2002.066.08ab
Item 2002.066.9: "Family Farms Not Animal Factories" Bumper Sticker, circa 2000
Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2002.066.09
Item 2002.06611: "Jobs with Justice" Bumper Sticker, circa 2000
Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2002.066.11
Item 2002.06612: Shipyard Steelworkers Bumper Sticker, circa 2000
Bumper sticker with image of a submarine with text in red and white, "TORPEDO INJUSTICE! / SUPPORT THE SHIPYARD STEELWORKERS." Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2002.066.12
Item 2002.06613: "Steelworkers Workplace Democracy" Bumper Sticker, circa 2000
Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2002.066.13
Item 2002.06614: "Steelworkers Unity Strength Respect" Bumper Sticker, circa 2000
Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2002.066.14
Item 2002.06615: United Steelworkers Of America Sticker, circa 2000
Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2002.066.15
Item 2002.06616: Sheet of United Steelworkers of America Decal Stickers, circa 2000
Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2002.066.16
Item 2012.173.3: "SLAP Corporate Greed" Stickers, circa 2006-2012
2 - Student Labor Action Project stickers. Tidewater Labor Support Committee Records received at the same time were added to the Living Wage Campaign Records (UA 253). Gift of Becky Little, Class of 2012. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.173.03ab
Item 2012.173.4: "Solidarity" United Students Against Sweatshops Pink Stickers, circa 2006-2012
2 - Pink United Students Against Sweatshops stickers. Tidewater Labor Support Committee Records received at the same time were added to the Living Wage Campaign Records (UA 253). Gift of Becky Little, Class of 2012. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.173.04ab
Item 2012.173.5: "Solidarity" United Students Against Sweatshops Blue Stickers, circa 2006-2012
2 - blue United Students Against Sweatshops stickers. Tidewater Labor Support Committee Records received at the same time were added to the Living Wage Campaign Records (UA 253). Gift of Becky Little, Class of 2012. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.173.05ab
Item 2012.173.6: Student/Farmworker Alliance Stickers, circa 2006-2012
2 - green Student/Farmworker Alliance stickers. Tidewater Labor Support Committee Records received at the same time were added to the Living Wage Campaign Records (UA 253). Gift of Becky Little, Class of 2012. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.173.06ab
Item 2012.173.7: "Fighting for Fair Food!" Coalition of Immokalee Workers Sticker, circa 2006-2012
1 - royal blue "Fighting for Fair Food!" Coalition of Immokalee Workers sticker. Tidewater Labor Support Committee Records received at the same time were added to the Living Wage Campaign Records (UA 253). Gift of Becky Little, Class of 2012. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.173.07
Item 2012.173.8: "¡Luchando por comida justa!" Coalition of Immokalee Workers Stickers, circa 2006-2012
2 - light blue "¡Luchando por comida justa!" Coalition of Immokalee Workers stickers. Tidewater Labor Support Committee Records received at the same time were added to the Living Wage Campaign Records (UA 253). Gift of Becky Little, Class of 2012. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.173.08ab
Item 2002.06617: "Jobs with Justice" Vinyl Banner, circa 2000
Transferred from the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4.  UA 2002.066.17
Item 2012.172.1: Living Wage Campaign Cloth Banner, circa 2011-2012
Banner reads "Your Turn Administration / WM Demands Workers' Rights." Associated papers received at the same time were added to the Living Wage Campaign Collection (UA 253). Gift of Stephanie Monohan. Located in Textiles S1 SS5.  UA 2012.172.01
Series 3: Buttons
Item 1987.088: LION Button, 1987
One button, approximately 2in. in diameter, with "Ask me about LION" and the LION logo on it. These were given to all Swem Library employees in August 1987 to note the beginning of the library's online catalog/circulation system. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 15. UA 1987.088
Item 1992.033.1: Swem Library LION Button, circa 1990
One aluminum button 2in.  in diameter used by Swem Library to promote its new library catalog LION. In the center of the button is a green lion against a white background. Above and below the lion reads "Ask Me About LION." Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 4.  UA 1992.033.1
Item 1992.033.3: William and Mary Fund Button, circa 1990
One aluminum button 2.25in.  in diameter produced by the William and Mary Fund. Set against a yellow background are the words "Making The Eighties Our Best Years Yet! The William and Mary Fund" in black. The college seal is also present on the button. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 4. UA 1992.033.3
Item 1996.007: LION Buttons, circa 1996
2-dark purple buttons, 2.25in. in diameter, with the LION logo and the words "Lion's Up To New Tricks" in white. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 19. UA 1996.007
Item  2008.32: WCWM Buttons, circa 1981
3-WCWM buttons. The buttons are 1.25in. in diameter and white with "WCWM FM" in orange. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 24. UA 2008.32
Item 2009.221: Jon Stewart America Button, 2004
One aluminum button that was used as a promotional tool for William and Mary alumnae Jon Stewart's book "America: A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction" in 2004. The button features a photograph of Jon Stewart's face with the words "America", "(The Book)", "(The Pin)." The button is in great condition and is 2.5in. in diameter. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2009.221
Item 2010.453: Richard Cornish Endowment Button, circa 2000
One black and white alumninum button with the William and Mary seal and "The Richard Cornish Endowment Fund" written above the seal in black. Along the edge of the button is written "Swem Library, The College of William and Mary" in black. It is  approximatley 2.5in. in diameter and is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2010.453
Item 2014.012: Newton Day Pin, February 22, 2014
A white pin that says "NEWTON DAY" in black text with a cartoon apple as the "o" in "NEWTON." Below "NEWTON DAY" reads "@ William and Mary" in black text. This button was produced for the W&M Physics Department's Newton Day celebration, during which W&M planted a tree grafted from MIT's apple tree, which is a direct descendant of the tree under which Isaac Newton sat when he is said to have conceived the theory of gravity. Collected by SCRC staff. UA 2014.012.01
Item 2014.020.2: "I Will Vote!" Button, September 25, 2013
A blue and white button that has "I WILL VOTE!" written in black marker in the center of the button on a white background. The button measures approximately 2.125in. (diameter) and is in good condition. There is a small rust colored stain at the bottom of the button. Donated by Zach Woodward, President of the W&M Young Democrats. UA 2014.020.02
Item 1984.080: Football Schedule Plaque, 1940
One white metal sign listing home and away games of the College of William and Mary football team. The Indian head logo is pictured. The sign is 12.5in x5in. It is in excellent condition. A second plaque in fair condition with some damage is also available. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1984.080
Item 1991.025: Football Advertisements, 1941
One metal sign advertising two football games at Foreman Field, Norfolk Division; WM vs. George Washington University on Oct. 24 and UVa vs. VPI on Nov. 1. 6 in. x 18 in. Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 1991.025
Item 1991.062: Parking Services Advertising Items, 1991
3-items promoting William and Mary Parking Services. One is a yellow keychain that reads "William & Mary Parking Assistance 221-4764" in gold letters. The second is a yellow bookmark that reads "W & M Parking Assistance 221-4764" in white letters. The third is an orange ice scraper that reads "College of William & Mary Parking Services Motorist Assistance Program 804-221-4764" in black letters. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 11. UA 1991.062
Item 2007.80: LION Magnet, 1995
One white magnet with green print featuring a lion that reads "William and Mary Libraries On-Line LION" and the participating libraries listed below: Swem Library, Marshall-Wythe Law Library, Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences Library, Richard Bland College Library. Designed by Karen McCluney of Swem Library. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA2007.80
Item 2009.057: University Center Activities Board (UCAB) Banner, circa 2000
One white nylon banner that was used by the University Center Activities Board (UCAB) to advertise special events at the University Center at the College of William and Mary. The banner has a white background with "This event is brought to you by UCAB" in green. The UCAB logo is at the top center in black and white. The banner is 23 1/2in. x59in.  and is in good condition with some stains. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2009.057
Item 2009.059: University Center Activities Board (UCAB) Banner, circa 2000
One black nylon banner used by the University Center Activities Board (UCAB) to advertise special events at the University Center at the College of William and Mary. The top of the banner reads "University Center Activities Board www.wm.edu/ucab" in white. The middle of the banner reads "UCAB" in black and white. There is a black and yellow taxi cab with "UCAB #1693, UCAB: taking you places" in black. The bottom of the banner has a green border with "The College of William and Mary" in white lettering. The banner is 33 1/2in.x94in. and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2009.059
Item 2010.250: Vinyl Record Advertising the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day Events at William and Mary, April 2010
One 78 vinyl record album advertising events celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day at the College of William and Mary on April 24, 2010. The record is inscribed with "Earth Day, 40th Anniversary, April 24 11-5, Sadler Center Terrace" in silver marker. It is approximately 11.875 in.  in diameter and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2010.250
Item 2010.608: Swem Library Rules Magnet, circa 2000
2-green and white magnet shaped like a ruler with "Swem Library Rules!" written in green. It was most likely given away to students at an orientation event. It is approximately 6in. x 1in. and is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA  2010.608
Item 2010.742: Tribe Pride Green and Gold Bracelet, 2010
One green and gold rubber bracelet that was given out as part of a fundraiser for the Swimming and Diving teams at the College of William and Mary. The bracelet is green and is engraved with the words "Tribe Pride" in gold. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2010.742
Item 2011.246: One Tribe, One Family Rubber Wristband, 2011
One white rubber wristband with "One Tribe. One Family" written in green that was used as a fundraiser for the Todd Weaver Memorial Fund. It is in good condition and is approximately 2.75 in. in diameter. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.246
Item 2012.169.1: Bubble Wrap Outfit, 2011
Hat (2012.169.01a), shirt (2012.169.01b), pants (2012.169.01c), shoes (2012.169.01d,e), and hankerchief (2012.169.01f). Made by the Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC) celebrating America Recycles Day in Fall 2011. Donated by Eric Dale, SEAC Historian and Wiki Coordinator. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.169.01a-f
Item 2013.003.1: Hazing Prevention Week Bracelet, 2012
One green silicone gel bracelet with "My Tribe / My Responsibility" printed in yellow text. Accompanying handout describes the bracelets, "Hazing Prevention Week 2012 / Take the pledge to make W&M a Home Without Hazing! / Bracelets sponsored by the Inter-Fraternity Council and W&M Panhellenic / www.wm.edu/hazingprevention / A Home Without Hazing - My Tribe My Responsiblity / At William and Mary, being demeaned or exposed to harm should never be part of campus life." Bracelet measures 2.5 in. (diameter) x .4375 in. (width). Bracelet is in excellent condition with slight mudging on the M in "My Tribe." Hazing Prevention Week handout received at the same time was added to the Inter-Fraternity Council section of the Student Organizations Collection (UA 7.047). Bracelet transferred by Anne H. Arseneau, Director of Student Leadership Development. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2013.003.01
Item 2013.210.1: Moon Man Magnet, 2012
One magnet with a blue background. The magnet features a yellow moon on the front with a face. The moon is looking at a chef in a yellow and red pin-striped suit with a chef hat and apron. The chef is offering the moon a plate with a hunk of yellow cheese on it. "The Cascadian Chorale" is written in dark blue in the right hand corner. Beneath that is written "December 8 & 9, 2012" in dark blue. At the bottom of the magnet "Moon Man" is written in white. Moon Man is a humorous holiday carol with music written by composer Greg Bartholomew and was first performed by the Cascadian Chorale in December 2012. The magnet is 3.25in.(length) x 1.375in.(width) and is in excellent condition. Transferred upon accessioning from Folder 2 of the Greg Bartholomew Papers (UA 5.171). Gift of Greg Bartholomew, Class of 1979. UA 2013.210.01
Classification 2: Art
Artifacts originally created for the expression and communication of ideas, values, or attitudes through images, symbols, or abstractions.  Art often reflects aesthetic pleasure or demonstrates created skills and dexterity.  Art can be uniquely created or it can be produced in a medium that allows many duplicates to be made.  Terms from this classification, whether the generic "Artwork" term or more specific terms, may be used in addition to terms from other classifications that index objects by other, practical functions (e.g., "Vase" and "Artwork," "Pillow" and  "Embroidery," "Mocock" and "Quillwork," "Moccasin" and "Bedwork").
Series 1: Sketches and Drawings
Item 1988.007: Drawing for Swem Library Bookmark, 1988
A black and white ink drawing of the facade of Swem Library made by Janet Johnson. The design was used for a bookmark printed for the rededication of Swem Library on February 5, 1988. Located in Art S4. UA 1988.007
Item 1992.006: Pen and Ink Drawing of Fort Magruder and the College of William and Mary during the Battle of Williamsburg, 1862
One pen and ink drawing of Fort Magruder with an inset showing the College of William and Mary used as a Union hospital during the Battle of Williamsburg in the Civil War. It was drawn by Charles A. Vanderhoof "from sketches made May 6, 1862,"presumably by another artist for "Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, Volume II, pg. 207." The drawing of Fort Magruder is approximately 7.5in. x 10.75in. and the inset of the College is approximately 4.125in. x 6.25in. Both images are on a cardboard background that is approximately 13.75in." x 19". The drawing is in fair condition with some wrinkles around the edges and pencil marks around the images. A photograph of the inset of the College can be found in the University Archives Photograph Collection under P78.321. Located in Art S4. UA 1992.006
Item 2008.173: Framed Pastel Drawing of Timothy J. Sullivan, undated
One framed pastel drawing of College of William and Mary President Timothy J. Sullivan. The drawing has bricks in the background, with Sullivan in the foreground wearing a suit and green and gold tie. The drawing was done by Nancy Harris, a William and Mary Alumnus. With the frame, the drawing is approximately 18 in. x 23 in. The drawing is in good condition. Located in Art S4. UA 2008.173
Item 2010.391: Color Pencil Sketch of a Queens' Guard Soldier, circa 1960s
A color pencil sketch of a soldier in the College of William and Mary Queens' Guard. The soldier has black shoes, black pants with a red stripe on the side, a red jacket with brass buttons and a tartan drapped across the shoulder, and a black bearskin hat. The sketch is signed Russell T. Hasting[?]. It is approximately 10.25 in. x 13.75 in. and is in fair condition. Located in Art S4. UA 2010.391
Item 2011.383: Pencil Drawing of the Wren Building, circa 1883
Contains a pencil drawing of the Wren Building and Yard on the College of William and Mary campus. There are cows laying under a tree and the Lord Botetourt Statue is present in front of the Wren. Underneath the drawing is written "William & Mary College. AD. 1883" in pencil. It is approximately 19 3/4 in. x 29 1/2 in. It is in poor condition with rips around the edges and one long rip in the drawing itself. Located in Art S4. UA 2011.383
Item 2011.384: Ink Drawing of the Sunken Garden and Wren Building, 1936
One ink drawing of the Sunken Garden with the Wren Building in the background on the campus of the College of William and Mary. It is inscribed on the bottom right-hand side of the drawing "To Dr. John Stewart Bryan, Vernon Howe Bailey, 1936." Mr. Bailey was an American Artist who specialized in drawing city streets, buildings, and landscapes.  Approximately 14.25in. x 12.75 in. It is in fair condition. Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 1. UA 2011.384
Item 2011.389: Wash Drawing of the Brafferton, Wren Building, and the President's House by Thomas C. Millington, circa 1840
One wash drawing by Thomas C. Millington of the Brafferton, Wren Building, and the President's House, circa 1840. Also featured is a depiction of the Lord Botetourt Statue with fencing around it.   The drawing is made up of two sheets of paper and encapsulated. It is approximately 28.5 in. x 11.25 in.  It is in poor condition with tears around the edges. Located in Art S4.  UA 2011.389
Item 2011.390: Original Sketches for the Colonial Echo by W. Earle Andrews, 1919-1921
Contains several original sketches by W. Earle Andrews, class of 1921, to be included in the College of William and Mary's yearbook, "The Colonial Echo." Some of the sketches were not included in the final version of the yearbook. Most of the sketches were done in pencil. Most are in fair condition.  Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 2. UA 2011.390
Item 2011.392: Pen and Ink Drawing of a Proposed Collar for the Mace Bearer of the College of William and Mary, circa 1925
One pen and ink drawing of a proposed silver collar (or badge) for the mace bearer at the College of William and Mary. The chain contains depictions of a royal crest, a bald eagle, an American flag, and a British flag. Attached to the chain is a depiction of a Native American. The badge is attached to the Native American and has a depiction of the temple seal of the College of William and Mary surrounded by green clover and gold shields. The drawing is approximately 15.75 in. x 29 in. and is in fair condition.  Located in Art S4.  UA 2011.392
Item 2011.397: Sketches of William and Mary College, circa 1957-1968
One sketchbook with pencil print drawings of the Wren Building, Marshall Wythe School of Law [?], Phi Beta Kappa Memorial Hall, and Washington Hall at the College of William and Mary. Approximately 13 in. x 9.75 in. It is in fair condition. Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 4. UA 2011.397
Item 2011.400: Pencil Sketch of the Wren Building by Day Lowry, undated
One pencil sketch of the Wren Building by Day Lowry. The drawing is signed by the illustrator. It is approximately 12.125 in. x 9.375 in. and is in fair condition. It was given by Susan H. Godson and Channing Hall, Jr. Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 4. UA 2011.400
Item 2011.718: Watercolor Sketch of a Proposed Queen's Guard Crest, April 26, 1961
One watercolor painting of a proposed crest for the Queen's Guard at the College of William and Mary. The crest is black with a phoenix in the middle of the crest. It is approximately 12.75 in. x 11 in. and is in fair condition. Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 4. UA 2011.718
Series 2: Miniatures, Pictures and Portraits
Item 1958.002: Framed Portrait of Wren Building, 1958
Oil on canvas portrait of the Wren Building, Wren Yard, and Lord Botetourt Statue at the College of William and Mary. The portrait is signed "Wilson 1958" in the bottom right-hand corner. It measures 36.5 in. x 30 in. Located in Art S4. UA 1958.002
Item 1977.007: Silas Totten portrait, 1700's
Framed watercolor portrait of Silas Totten who was a faculty member at W&M during the 1700's. It is 10.5 in. x 13.5 in. Framed size: 16 in. x 20 in. Located in Art S4. UA 1977.007
Item 1982.022: John Augustine Smith Miniature, 1782-1845
Miniature of young John A. Smith, 10th president of the College of William and Mary, a gift of his great-granddaughter. It has lock of hair inside. The portrait has Smith situated against a sky blue background. It has a brass rim. Located in Art S4. UA 1982.022
Item 1983.129: Miniature of Louis Hue Girardin, circa 1803
A round engraving of Louis Hue Girardin (William and Mary faculty member circa 1803). It is set into a metal frame and enclosed in a red jewelry box. The engraving was done by St. Memin. Ms. J. Chapman Slaughter painted a pastel after the original by St. Memin. 2.25 in. in diameter.  Gift of Mrs. Leo Conrad of Richmond, Virginia (Girardin's great-granddaughter). Located in Art S4. UA 1983.129
Item 1985.019: Picture of J.A.C. Chandler
Photograph of a portrait of Julian Alvin Carroll Chandler mounted on wood. Located in Art S4. UA 1985.019
Item 1987.020: Painting of Brafferton, 1952
Egg tempura on cardboard, of the Brafferton, signed "Wilson", probably by William Harlow Wilson, 1952. 9 in. x 12 in. Located in Art S4. UA 1987.020
Item 1994.056: Lord Botetourt miniature carved model, 1958
One white miniature carved model of Lord Botetourt. It is a memento from the 35th class reunion of the Class of 1958. The miniature is 3in x 7in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1994.056
Item 1995.006.1: Silhouettes of Past Presidents of William and Mary, circa 1840
3-silhouettes of early presidents of the College of William and Mary: John Bracken (1812-1814). The three silhouettes are thought to be part of "Profiliography of early Presidents of W&M Collected by the Late Lamented Dr. Thomas R. Dew 1802-1846." Stamped Peale's Museum. Located in Art S4, Box 1. UA 1995.006.1
Item 1995.006.2: Silhouettes of Past Presidents of William and Mary, circa 1840
3- silhouettes of early presidents of the College of William and Mary: Adam Empie (1827-1836). The three silhouettes are thought to be part of "Profiliography of early Presidents of W&M Collected by the Late Lamented Dr. Thomas R. Dew 1802-1846." Stamped Peale's Museum. Located in Art S4, Box 1. UA 1995.006.2
Item 1995.006.3: Silhouettes of Past Presidents of William and Mary, circa 1840
3-silhouettes of early presidents of the College of William and Mary: John Augustine Smith (1814-1826). The three silhouettes are thought to be part of "Profiliography of early Presidents of W&M Collected by the Late Lamented Dr. Thomas R. Dew 1802-1846." Stamped Peale's Museum. Located in Art S4, Box 1. UA 1995.006.3
Item 1999.003: Framed Marquetry Picture, 1985
Image of Wren Building clocktower done in marquetry by George Crawford, William and Mary emeritus professor of Physics. 13 in. x 17.25 in. Located in Art S4. UA 1999.003
Item 1999.084: Miniature Purported to be of Goronwy Owen, circa 1800s
Portrait in miniature oval, originally a brooch, now set in shadow box frame lined in burgundy velvet. Portrait appears to be on ivory covered with a chrystal and set in gold. Gentleman has brown eyes and light auburn or brown hair. There are no known portraits from the life of Goronwy Owen that have been accepted as authentic. A note on paper inside the frame from the late 20th century reads: "Gronoway Owen Wm & Mary came over from England & Ireland 1700s (King & Queen sent him here) - Mama June's great great great grandfather". 18.2 cm x 15.8 cm / 2 .75in. x 2.25in. Given to the College of William & Mary in memory of Goronwy Owen's Great, Great, Great, great Granddaughter Jane Wheeler Gant, formerly of Columbia, Tennessee. Gift of Mrs. John Norwood Gant, July 1999. Located in Art S4. UA 1999.084
Item 2011.391: Watercolor Paintings of the Lake Matoaka Amphitheatre Box Office and Gates, undated
2 - Watercolor paintings of the Box Office and Gate for the Lake Matoaka Amphitheatre located on the College of William and Mary campus. The gates painting is is approximately 32 in. x 19.5in. and is in fair condition.  The Box Office painting is approximately 31.75 in. x 20 in. and in poor condition due to a small hole in the middle of it. Located in Art S4.  UA 2011.391
Item 2011682.02: Framed King William III and Queen Mary II Portraits, circa 1993
Two circular framed portraits, one of King William III and the other of Queen Mary II, which are set against a velvet background. On the back of the frame there are two white notes with the seal of the United States Supreme Court at the top. The first note is at the top near the metal hanger. The note says "from Chief Justice Burger and Mrs. Burger." The second note is written in the handwriting of Justice Burger and says "The velvet background is made from drapery curtains that hung behind the Supreme Court Bench for more than 30 years." The framed portraits were given to Hays T. Watkins, Rector of the Board of Visitors from 1987-1993 by Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, Chancellor of the College of William and Mary from 1986-1993. The framed portraits measure approximately 10.5in. (length) x 7in. (width) are in good condition with a white residue over the glass of the frame. There is a 0.125in. depression with a hole in the back of the frame on the top right. There is also a 0.5in. depression with hole on the top left of the back of the frame. Donated by H. Thomas Watkins III. UA 2011.682.02
Series 3: Figurines and Statues
Item 1994.047: Head of Zeus, 1993
Plaster cast on wood base with bronze plaque in honor of Charter Day 1993. Plaster cast is 7in. Gift from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1994.047
Item 1996.001: Statue of James Blair, 1993
One statue, bronze body with stone frame. 1 ft. x 1.5 ft. Located in Art S4.  UA 1996.001
Item 2010.511.: Royal Regiment of Scotland Figurine
One metalic figurine depicting a soldier in the Royal Regiment of Scotland holding the flag of Great Britain. The soldier is depicted wearing a blue glengarry bonnet, red coat, green kilt, and red and white socks. It is approximately 1.25in. x 2.25  in. It is in fair condition with some chips in the paint. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.511
Item 2011.584.1: Crystal Yellow Rose Figurine, circa 2000s
Yellow crystal rose figurine in satin lined gift box. A cut crystal yellow stem rose figurine made by D’Lusso Home Collection favors manufacturer. Packaged in a rectangular ivory satin lined box with a clear plastic cover, with Lorren Home Trends crystal tag of authenticity. Contains lead. Figurine measures 3 in. (length)  x 0.75 in. (width) x 0.75 in. (height). Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113455741/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967378862/. Gift of Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Pi Chapter. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.584.01
Item 1985.040: Plaster Plaque of the Wren Building, 1938
One plaque, which measures 7.75in. x 5.75in., depicts the east facade of the Wren Building. It was made by F. DePew of Richmond, VA. Attached to the back is a label describing the building. Images are available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/577685960/. Gift of F. DePew. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3, Box 1. UA 1985.040
Item 2000.014: Quilt, circa early 1800s
Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2000.014
Item 2008.172: Needlepoint of the College of William and Mary Coat of Arms, 1981
One needlepoint artwork of the College of William and Mary Coat of Arms. The background is white and in the middle of the needlepoint is a wreath of green and gold, with "College of William and Mary 1693" written on it. Inside the wreath is the College Coat of Arms, with the shield in green, the buildings in silver, and the sun in yellow. At the bottom of the wreath are the initials "JPH-81" in green. It is 11 in. x 9 in. and is attached to a piece of cardboard. It is in good condition with only a slight stain at the top. Located in Art S4. UA 2008.172
Item 2009.189: Enamel Art Work of the Wren Building, 2009
One hand painted enamel on copper depiction of the Wren Building on the William and Mary Campus. The obverse of the enamel shows the Wren Yard as well as a man and women in colonial costume. It is inscribed on the reverse with "College of William & Mary, Chartered 1693, Wren Building" in black letters. The enamel was made by Staffordshire and Crummles Enamels in the United Kingdom. It is 2.6in.(length)x1.75in. (width) and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 25. UA  2009.189
Item 2009.402: Framed Crewel of the William and Mary Seal, circa 1975
One framed crewel of the College of William and Mary's Seal  created by Francis Zollinger White to honor her father, J. Edward Zollinger, on his 75th birthday. J. Edward Zollinger was class of 1927 and member of William and Mary’s Board of Visitors from 1966-1976. The crewel is stitched with "FZW 75" on the bottom right-hand corner of the seal. The frame is gold and the crewel is mounted onto cardboard with a green backing. It is approximately 15.5 in. x 17 in. and is in good condition. Gift of Francis Zollinger White. Located in Art S4. UA 2009.402
Item 2010.115: William and Mary Tercentenary Quilt, 1987-1992
One quilt made by Karen Koerner Haff, class of 1963, to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the College of William and Mary. The quilt features important people, buildings, and symbols associated with William and Mary. The sides of the quilt are appliqued portraits of King William, Queen Mary, Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, John Tyler, and John Marshall. The bottom half of the quilt contains the historic campus with the Wren building, the Brafferton, and the President's House. Other depictions of the College include Swem Library, Phi Beta Kappa Hall, the College mace, the College seal, and the statue of Lord Botetourt. The quilt is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2010.115
Item 2010.707: Bronze Relief of Lyon Gardiner Tyler, 1996
One wooden plaque with bronze relief of William and Mary President Lyon Gardiner Tyler, created by professor Lewis Cohen. The plaque is inscribed "Lyon Gardiner Tyler, Alpha of Virginia, 1893, President of the College, 1888-1919. Relief by Professor Lewis Cohen, 1996, his generous gift to the chapter. Located in Art S4. UA 2010.707
Item 2011498.10: Blue "WMC" Felt Strip, circa 1930s- 1940s
A blue felt strip with "WMC" embroidered in gold on the front. WMC could stand for William and Mary College. The felt strip measures approximately 16in. (length) x 4in. (width) and  is in good condition. There are seven small holes in the "WMC" one at the bottom right of the "W,"  three on the "M,"  and three on the "C." There is an approximately 4in. and 3in. crease on the right of the felt strip and an approximately 2in. crease on the bottom left of the felt strip. Transferred by the Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.10
Item 2011498.11: Gold "WMC" Felt Strip, circa 1930s-1940s
A gold felt strip with "WMC" embroidered in beige on the front. WMC could stand for William and Mary College. The felt strip measures approximately 16in. (length) x 4in. (width) and  is in good condition. There is an approximately  4.125in. crease on the "M." There is also an approximately 4in. crease near the "C" and an approximately 2in. crease at the top right of the felt strip. Last, there is a piece of felt torn off at the bottom of the "W." Transferred by the Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.11
Item 2011.553: Tercentenary Plaster Relief Plaque, 1993
One circular white plaster relief plaque with raised center and image. Design features the Wren Building weathervane with the '1693' banner and the text '1993' over the arrow. The weathervane pole extends downward through the number '300' in large text. Plaque is 12.125in. in diameter and 1.5in. thick. Plaque is in good overall condition with minor bumps and indentations on the surface. The back features minor discolorations and exposed wire pieces. Transferred from University Development (UA 126).  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 2011.553
Classification 3: Ceremonial Artifacts
Artifacts originally created for carrying on governmental, fraternal, religious, or other organized and sanctioned societal activites.  Such artifacts are intended to evoke, symbolize, or express certain aspects of the traditions or heritage of a community or group of people.  Usually, they are associated with rituals or ceremonies.  This classification includes (1) any religious artifact, such as communion cups and altar pieces; note that personal devotional objects (such as religious medals or talismans) and religous symbols of office (such as vestments or crosiers) are classified under Personal Symbols; (2) any objects used specifically in a ceremony concerned with a major personal event or crisis, such as birth, puberty, sickness, or death, or concerned with a community event or crisis, such as a harvest festival or the need for rain; and (3) any object, except for personal symbols, used in the ceremonial activities of a fraternity, lodge, club, governmental or military organization, such as the pennant of a Girl Scout troop.
Sub-classification 1: Funerary Objects
Artifacts intended for use in funerals, burials, mourning, or other death rites, independent of formal religious worship.  This sub-classification does not include structures, vehicles, memorabilia, or official records of death or burial.
Item 1980.054: Mourning Brooch, 1789
One oval mourning brooch for Richard Baker, who was a William and Mary student in 1779. The front is painted on ivory and depicts a woman next to a tomb that reads "Sacred to the memory of Richard Baker ob. 1789." The back is made of copper with a vertical pin. Images are available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/577672625/in/photostream/. Received in 1970 from Rt. Rev. Richard H. Baker of Baltimore. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 5. UA 1980.054
Item 1981.105: Coffin Plate of Thomas R. Dew, 1939
One coffin shipping plate that reads "T.R.D. Williamsburg Virginia U.S.A." It was attached to a box bearing Thomas R. Dew's coffin from Paris to Williamsburg in 1939. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1981.105
Item 1981.110: Handles, Posts, and Escutcheons from Lord Botetourt's Coffin, 1770
Pieces of the silver coffin handles, posts, and eschutcheons, presumably from the coffin of Lord Botetourt. These were found under the floor of the Chapel in 1925 by Joseph H. Smith, a faculty member at the College. Images are available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/577685428/, http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/577684958/, and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/577684840/. The coffin plate from Lord Botetourt's coffin is on loan to Colonial Williamsburg. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4.  UA1981.110
Item 1981.111: Coffin Plate of John Randolph, 1784
One coffin plate of John Randolph, Esq. dated 1784. John Randolph was the son of Sir John Randolph and Attorney General. He was buried in the William and Mary Chapel. A workman found this plate and carried it away. Gift of Beverly R. Tucker of Richmond, VA. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1981.111
Item 1999.074: Handle, 1935
One corroded handle and pieces of metal, wood, and cloth. These items were found in an envelope containing photographs of the Botetourt coffin handles. The Botetourt coffin handles, posts, and escutcheons (Acc. 1981.110) were found under the Wren Building in 1925. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 20. UA 1999.074
Item 2008.23: September 11th Candlelight Remembrance Luminaria Bags, September 11, 2002
Approximately 1,000 white, wax bags used in a September 11th candlelight remembrance event at the College of William and Mary on September 11, 2002. Participants wrote individual messages on the exterior of each bag. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2008.23
Sub-classification 2: Holiday Objects
Artifacts intended for use in the celebration of religious or secular holidays, independent of formal religious worship or general partying and gift-giving.
Item 2009.483: William and Mary Christmas Ornament, 1990
One silver commemorative Christmas ornament featuring the College of William and Mary Seal in the middle of the ornament. The ornament is shaped like a diamond with holy leaves etched into the ornament. Inside the diamond is a rectangle with the College Seal with "1693" at the top of the Seal and "William & Mary 1990" written at the bottom of the rectangle. The ornament was created by Commemoratives Adams and Adams of Middlebury, Connecticut and is in the original box. The ornament is approximately 2in. x 3.25in.  and is in good condition. Gift of Steve Murden, class of 1974. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2009.483
Item 2012.140.1: AMP Plastic Easter Egg, 2012
Collected by Swem SCRC staff on 4/9/2012 near Sunken Garden during Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by Alma Mater Productions. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.140.01
Item 2013.219.2: W&M Cypher Stamped Metal Ornament, 1988
One brass Christmas ornament featuring the "W" and "M" monogram of King William III and Queen Mary II. The ornament also has a red ribbon tied around the loop of the "W." On the back of the ornament "1988" is engraved on the left side of the center of the "M" and "© 1978" is engraved on the right side of the center of the "M." Engraved on the center point of the "M" is the Virginia Metalcrafters logo and " ®". The ornament comes in a green box. The lid of the box features the logo of the Virginia Metalcrafters in gold.  "Virginia Metalcrafters" is written in gold in an arch above the logo and "SINCE 1890" is written in gold in an arch below the logo. A slip of paper accompanies the ornament in the box that gives information of the cypher, King William III and Queen Mary II, and The College of William and Mary. The ornament measures approximately 3in. (length) x 2.5in. (height). The red ribbon is 4.5in. (length). The box measures approximately 3.5in. (length) x 2.375in. (width). The ornament is in good condition. There is a small hole in the front of the ornament on the right arch of the "M" and on the left center of the "M." There is a small tarnish stain at the top of the left arch of the "W" in the front. Gift of Steve Murden. UA 2012.219.02
Item 2013.219.3: W&M Cypher Brass Ornament, 1980s
One brass ornament featuring the "W" and "M" monogram of King William III and Queen Mary II. There are elaborate swirls surrounding the monogram. There is a golden string tied to a circle that is attached to the top where the elaborate swirls meet. The ornament measures approximately 3in. (length) x 2.5in. (height). The golden string measures approximately 3.25in. (length). The ornament is in fair condition with small scratches and tarnish stains all over the front and back. Gift of Steve Murden. UA 2013.219.03
Item 2013.219.4: W&M Tercentenary 300th Anniversary Stamped Metal Ornament, 1993
A circular gold ornament commemorating the 300th anniversary of the College of William and Mary. On the golden circle of the ornament is written "COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY" in gold. The inside of the circle features a golden "300" with the Wren Building weathervane coming out of the second "0." "1693" is engraved in gold on the flag of the weathervane and "1993" is written in gold on the arrow of the weathervane. A small gold crown tops the weathervane and meets the circle under "WILLIAM." There is a gold string tied to a small golden rectangle attached to the circle. Attached to the gold string is a black Christmas tree ornament hook.  The ornament measures approximately 2.75in. in diameter and is in good condition. There are small scratches on the "300" and a 0.5in. fingerprint mark where the "3" and "0" meet. There are also small scratches all over the back of the ornament. There is a 1.75in. fingerprint mark on the back on the left side of the circle and a 0.5in. fingerprint mark on the back of the flag of the weathervane. There are also small fingerprint marks all over the back of the circle. Gift of Steve Murden. UA 2013.219.04
Item 2013.219.7: W&M Cutout Metal Ornament, 1980s-2006
One golden spherical William and Mary ornament. The ornament features cutouts of William and Mary college symbols such as the William and Mary seal, the William and Mary Logo (with and without feathers), the Lord Botetourt Statue, the Wren Building, and the Crim Dell bridge all encircled. There are golden holly decorations and ribbons connecting the circles. "COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY" and "WILLIAMSBURG, V.A." is inscribed in gold on the ribbons. There is a red 3.25in. ribbon tied to a golden circle attached to the top of the sphere.  The ornament comes in a green cardboard box with the William and Mary seal in gold on the lid of the box. Gift of Steve Murden. UA 2013.219.07
Sub-classification 3: Organizational Objects
Artifacts routinely used by organizations, businesses, governments, or other corporate bodies in codified formal preceedings or ritual events.  These objects sometimes serve to symbolize civic or corporate identities.  This sub-classification does not include objects used to associate individuals with corporate bodies; these are organized under Personal Symbols.
Series 1: Pennants
Item 1985.079.1: Green and Orange William and Mary Pennant, circa 1925-1928
One green and orange felt William and Mary Pennant that was once owned by Martha Virginia Sleet, class of 1928. The left half of the pennant is green, the right half of the pennant is orange, and the words "William & Mary" are in gray.The pennant is 26. 5 in. (length)x5.5in.(width). The pennant is in good condition with minor tears. Gift of Jack Tharp. Located in Textiles S1 SS6, Box 68. UA 1985.079.1
Item 1985.079.2: Purple and Yellow Atlantic University Pennant, circa 1925-1928
One purple and yellow felt Atlantic University pennant that was once owned by Martha Virginia Sleet, William and Mary class of 1928. The background of the pennant is purple with "Atlantic U" written in yellow lettering. It is in good condition and is  29in. (length) x 11.25in. (width). Gift of Jack Tharp. Located in Textiles S1 SS6, Box 68. UA 1985.079.2
Item 1987.067: Pennant, 1987
One green pennant with the College seal in white, yellow, and gray, and "William and Mary" in yellow letters. The pennant is about 30in. (length). Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2928812207/. Located in Textiles S1 SS6, Box 15. UA 1987.067
Item 1987.068: Pennant, 1987
A green pennant with the college seal and "William and Mary" in yellow letters. The pennant is 9in. (length). Located in Textiles S1 SS6, Box 15.  UA 1987.068
Item 1991.058: Pennants, circa 1980
2-green felt College of William and Mary pennants, each 2 feet (lenght), decorated with the College coat of arms and the words "William and Mary".Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2929674818/. Located in Textiles S1 SS6,Box 13.  UA 1991.058
Item 2000.008: Pennant, undated
Green and gold College of William and Mary pennant; green background with gold seal and lettering, 29.5in. (length). Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2928810691/. Located in Textiles S1 SS6, Box 15. UA 2000.008
Item 2007.021: Pennant, undated
Green and gold felt pennant, includes "William and Mary" and the College's Coat of Arms. Pennant is 16in. x 11in. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/545254749/. Located in Textiles S1 SS6, Box 15. UA 2007.021
Item 2007.066: Pennant, undated
A green William and Mary pennant . "William & Mary" is written in yellow block letters. The pennant also includes a leather seal of the College. The seal is the Greek temple version of the coat of arms that was used from approximately 1784 through 1923. The pennant is approximately 36in. (length)x14in.(height) and is in fair condition with portions of the border around the seal worn away and numerous holes in the corners of the pennant where it was obviously hung.Images are available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/1430631952/. Located in Textiles S1 SS6, Box 15. UA 2007.066
Item 2007.067: Pennant, undated
A green William and Mary pennant with gray trim. "William & Mary" is written in yellow script letters. The pennant also includes a seal of the College in yellow and gray. The seal is the Greek temple version of the coat of arms that was used from approximately 1784 through 1923. The pennant is approximately 46in.(length)x16in.(height) and is  in good condition with a small number of holes in the corners of the pennant where it was obviously hung. Images are available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/1429756855/. Located in Textiles S1 SS6, Box 15. UA 2007.067
Item 2009.177: Black and Orange William and Mary Pennant, circa 1923
One felt orange and black pennant that reads "William & Mary" in orange. The pennant was once owned by Giles B. Cooke, class of 1923. On the left side of the pennant, there is a depiction of the College Seal. The seal has a Roman temple in the middle with four pillars and the sun rising above the temple. Surrounding the temple are the words "Sig. Collegi Gulielmi et Marie in Virginia," which translates to "The College of William and Mary" in Latin. The pennant is 47.5in.(length)x14.5in.(width) and is in good condition. Gift of Anna Dorsey Cooke Allison, class of 1959. Located in Textiles S1 SS6. UA 2009.177
Item 2009.506: Green and Gold William and Mary Pennant, circa 1980s
One felt green and gold William and Mary pennant. The left-hand side of the pennant has a gold background with the letters "W" and "M" in green with the "M" just in front of the "W". The right-hand side of the pennant has a green background with "William & Mary" written in gold. The pennant was created by Collegiate Pacific of Roanoke, VA. The pennant is made of felt, in good condition with a few minor stains, and is approximately 31.5in. x 12.25in. Located in Textiles S1 SS6, Box 68. UA 2009.506
Item 2010.217: William and Mary Pennant with Indian Head, undated
One green and gold felt William and Mary pennant with an Indian head on the left-hand side. Both the Indian head and the phrase "William & Mary" are written in gold. There are 4 gray tassels on the left-side (or top) of the pennant. The pennant is approximately 29in. x 11in. and is in fair condition but has several white paint spots and fading toward the tip of the pennant. Located in Textiles S1 SS6. UA 2010.217
Item 2010.440: Green and Gold William and Mary Pennant, circa 1940s
One felt green and gold pennant from the College of William and Mary. The pennant contains the seal of the College surrounded by "Willam & Mary College, 1693" in gold lettering. To the right of the seal is the phrase "William & Mary" in gold letters as well. There are two gray  tassels on the left-hand side of the pennant. The pennant is approximately 26.75in. x 9in. and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS6. UA 2010.440
Item 2010.467: William and Mary Green and Gold Pennant, circa 1960s
One felt William and Mary green pennant with the College of William and Mary seal in gold and the words "William & Mary" written in gold as well. The left-hand side of the pennant has a gray edging with two tassels coming off the top and two tassels coming off the bottom. It is approximately 29in. x 11.625in and is in fair condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS6. UA 2010.467
Item 2010.505: William and Mary Pennant with Two Feathers and Tribe Logos, circa 2000
One felt green and gold William and Mary pennant with two feathers at the base of the "WM" logo; the word "Tribe" spelled out in green and gold; and "William & Mary" spelled out in gold. There are two tassels at the top and two tassels at the bottom left edge of the pennant. It is approximately 30.5in. x 11.625in. and is in fair condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS6.  UA 2010.505
Item 2010.606: Gray and Orange Wiliam and Mary Pennant, circa 1950
One felt gray, green, and orange William and Mary pennant. The background of the pennant is gray, with a green triangle on the edge of the pennant, and the words "William & Mary" written in orange. It is approximately 8in. x 3.5in. and is in fair condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS6. UA 2010.606
Item 2011.498.4: Black and Orange William and Mary Pennant, circa 1920s
A black felt William and Mary pennant featuring an orange "W" and "M" intertwined together sown on the top right of the front. The pennant also has "WILLIAM & MARY " sown in orange across the front. There are two orange streamers coming out of the top right and left corners of the pennant. Last, the pennant has the greek temple version of the College seal, that had been used from 1783-1929, in the bottom left corner of the pennant. The pennant is in good condition. There is a 0.125in. hole on the bottom right corner in the front below the "Y" in "MARY." There is also some wear and tear on the College seal. Transferred by Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.04
Item 2011.498.8: Brown and Gray Williamsburg Pennant, circa 1930s-1940s
A pennant that features a brown "W" and "M" on a gray triangular background on the front. "WILLIAMSBURG" is embroidered in gray upon a brown background to the right of the brown "W" and "M." The brown background is outlined with gray stripes. There are two gray streamers coming out of the top of the pennant to the left of the brown "W" and "M." The pennant measures approximately 3ft. 1in. The pennant is in good condition with small pin holes scattered about the length of the pennant. Transferred by Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.08
Item 2011498.16: William and Mary Black and Gold Pennant, circa 1911-1923
One pennant with a black outline and a gold center. The gold center has "William & Mary" embroidered in black, old English letters on the front. There is a tag on the back of the pennant at the top that reads "Lynchburg Mfg.Co./ LYNCHBURG, VA." in blue print. The pennant measures approximately 3ft. 9.5in. and is in good condition. The bottom tip of the pennant  has a tear and there is a hole in the "a" of "Mary"  on the front and in the "i" and "m" in "William" on the back. Transferred by the Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.16
Series 2: Flags
Item 1983.128: College Flag, circa 1983
The College flag has a white background with green trim on three sides. In the middle is a representation of the College's coat of arms encircled by a green band with the words "College of William and Mary in Virginia" on it. The flag measures 4ft 11.5 in. x 7ft 11.5 in. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 1983.128
Item 1985.066: USS William and Mary Victory Flag, 1945
An American flag flown by the USS William and Mary Victory during World War II. The flag measures 4ft 8in. x 5ft. Located in  Textiles S1 SS5. UA1985.066
Item 1989.20: Dutch Flag, 1989
The red, white, and blue flag of the Netherlands measures 36in x 59in. The flag was a gift to the College on Charter Day 1989 when Princess Margriet of the Netherlands visited the College to mark the 300th anniversary of the Glorious Revolution. Princess Margriet received an Honorary Fellowship from the College. Located in Textile S1 SS5  UA 1989.20
Item 1989.149: World War I Gold Star Flag, circa 1918
The WWI Gold Star flag has a red background with a white field in the middle that includes 294 blue stars and 16 gold stars. The gold stars represent the alumni and former students of the College of William and Mary who died during the war, although there were actually more than 16 who died during the war. The flag measures 5ft x 7.5ft. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 1989.149
Series 3: Plaques
Item 1986.034: Donald Walton Davis Plaque, circa 1950
One metal plaque, 3.75in. x 8.5in., inscribed "Donald Walton Davis, 1882-1950, Professor and Head (1916-1950) Department of Biology, College of William and Mary; President, Virginia Academy of Science; Founder, Virginia Fisheries Laboratory." It used to hang in the Biology Department. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3, Box 1. UA 1986.034
Item 1988.011: Plaque with College Coat-of-Arms, circa 1980s
One gold-toned metal plaque, 3in. in diameter, with the College of William and Mary coat-of-arms in the center encircled by the words "The College of William and Mary in Virginia - 1693." Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3, Box 1. UA 1988.011
Item 1994.015: William and Mary Plaque, undated
One metal plaque shaped like a shield, measuring roughly 2.5in. by 3.5in. It has an orange and gold border and a green background, upon which "WM," two feathers, and "William & Mary Tribe" appear in yellow and gold. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3, Box 1. UA 1994.015
Item 2000.009: University of Adelaide Plaque, 1993
One wooden plaque shaped like a shield, with two red banners reading "The University of Adelaide" and "Sub Cruce Lumen." The banners frame a blue, white, and gold crest featuring five stars and an open book. This plaque was presented during the College's Tercentenary Celebration in 1993. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3, Box 1. UA 2000.009
Item 2007.023: Kappa Delta Sorority, Plaque
One plaque includes coat of arms and "Kappa Delta," approximately 5in. x 6in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 2007.023
Item 2010.183: William and Mary Wooden Plaque with College Seal, undated
One circular wooden plaque with gold paint of the current College of William and Mary Seal. It was made by Craftex Products in Atlanta, Georgia. The plaque is in fair condition with cracks along the edge. It measures 4.5in. in diameter and is 1in. thick. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 2010.183
Item 2011.554: College Seal Plaster Relief Plaque, 1993
One circular white plaster relief plaque with raised center and image. Design features the buildings and sun figure of the College Seal developed in the 1920s. Plaque is in good overall condition with minor bumps and indentations on the surface. Plaque is 12.125in. in diameter and 1.5in. thick. The front has minor yellow spotting on the sun figure in the design and a .5in. grey spot, possibly caused by mold growth, on the raised center circle. The back features minor discolorations and indentations. Transferred from University Development (UA126). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 2011.554
Item 1980.100: Wax Seal of the College of Arms in London, England, undated
One round brass box with a red wax impression of the seal of the College of Arms in London, England that may have been used on a copy of the 1694/1698 Granting of Arms to the College of William and Mary in 1929.  The box is approximately 3in. in diameter. The brass box is in fair condition with a few scratches and traces of wear. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1980.100
Item 1980.101.1: Wax Impressions of the College Seal
2-red wax impressions of the College of William & Mary seal with a Greek temple in the center. The Greek temple version of the coat of arms was used from 1783-1930. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1980.101.01ab
Item 1982.008: Philomathean Literary Society Gavel
Philomathean Literary Society Gavel. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1982.008
Item 1982.020: Gavel, prior to 1931
One wooden gavel of the Wren Building made before the 1931 restoration. It was presented to President J. A. C. Chandler. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1982.020
Item 1990.028: Gavel, 1946
One wooden gavel made from the ancient live oak tree that stood near the college entrance; with silver inscribed ring "To Lisa [??] from Virginia and Charlie [Duke], 1946, wood from the ancient live oak...."; about 11 in. long, now in two pieces, head and handle. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1990.028
Item 2009.125: Arnis Stick Used by the Filipino-American Student Association (FASA), undated
One wooden stick used in the Filipino martial art form known as Eskrima. The stick was used by the Filipino-American Student Association during sponsored dances, including Culture Night 2007 and an ESCAPE performance for admitted multicultural students in the Spring of 2007. The stick is 30" long and 0.75". in diameter. The stick is in fair condition with pieces of the wood starting to peel. Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 2009.125
Item 2011.584.2: Alpha Phi Alpha Wooden Sign, circa 2000s
Painted wooden sign. Sign is made of three cut-out wood Greek letters Alpha, Phi, and Alpha painted in yellow and black paint and held together with hot glue. Sign measures 12 in. (length) x 8 in. (width). Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113455011/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113455349/. Gift of Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Pi Chapter. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.584.02
Item 2011.585.7: Rope with Wooden Lamp, circa 2008
White nylon 0.375in. rope knotted at top with a wooden pendant. The nylon rope ends are wrapped in duct tape. Wooden shape of an Arabic Oil Lamp is painted with purple and black paint, and figure "4" painted in black on front and back. The number 4 signifies the first four charter members. Lamp measures 6 in. (width) x 3 in. (width) 1 in. (height). Object measures 17.5 in. long x 5.875 in. wide. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967375584/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113452993/. Gift of Alpha Delta Sigma Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA  2011.585.07
Item 2011.669.1: Phi Kappa Tau Paddle, circa 1951
Wooden fraternity paddle with Phi Kappa Tau Greek letters and seal on one side and "William & Mary" with college seal on the other. [Robert] "Bob Kepner", Class of 1954, and "Thomas L. Owen '51" Class of 1951 are carved on the handle of the paddle. Swem SCRC Purchase. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.669.01
Sub-classification 4: Party Accessories
Artifacts intended for use at parties or on gift-giving or other special occasions, but not exclusively for weddings.
Item 1989.029: Fishing Weights and Ribbons, 1989
Ribbons with fishing weights and bolts attached used to hold down helium balloons at the May 5, 1989 dinner at which the Campaign for the 4th Century was announced. Located in Rec Obj S3, Box 2. UA 1989.029
Sub-classification 5: Religious Objects
Artifacts intended for use in public religious worship or spiritual ceremonies.
Sub-classification 6: Wedding Objects
Artifacts intended for use in weddings, independent of formal religious worship or general partying and gift-giving.
Classification 4: Documentary Artifacts
Artifacts originally created to communicate information to people.  Unlike Advertising Media, a Documentary Artifact is not generally inteded to elicit a specific response in regards to products, services, or events.  Instead, it presents a point of view, an image, or a set of ideas, often with the aim of enlightening or swaying the attitude of people.  This classification includes printed documents on paper and also non-print, non-print artifacts that serve a documentary purpose.
Sub-classification 1: Administrative Records
Records that document organizational functions or business operations.
Item 2010.233: The Wren Society Resolution, circa 2009
One resolution created by the Wren Society, a secret society at the College of William and Mary, to continue to serve the College and those who seek to promote the College's purposes. The resolution mentions the background of the organization, its main purpose, and how its members are selected. There is a tassel and a wax seal attached to the resolution with a stamped W. The resolution is 11in. x 17in. and the frame is approximately 16.75in. x 19in. The resolution is tacked to a Velcro background and has a wax seal and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 2010.233
Sub-classification 2: Declaratory Documents
Public notices intended to be posted or distributed, the primary purpose of which is not advertising.
Series 1: Class Banners
Item 2005.008: William and Mary Class of 1951 Banner, 1951
One wool and cotton banner with "1951" written across the front. The banner is maroon with a white border. The banner is 64in. x 44in. It is in good condition with some stains on the first "1" of 1951. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2005.008
Item 2008.077: W&M Class of 1999 Banner, 1995-1999
One large nylon banner which hung outside the Wren Building for the 1995 Opening Convocation ceremony to welcome the Class of 1999. The banner is green and gold with a green border around the edge. The College of William and Mary Coat of Arms is in white and green at the bottom. At the top of the banner, "1999" is written in white and black lettering. "William & Mary" is written below 1999 in white and green lettering. The banner is in good condition with some stains on the coat of arms. The banner is 70in.x 56in. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2008.077
Item 2008.078: W&M Class of 2000 Banner, 1996-2000
One large nylon banner which hung outside the Wren Building for the 1996 Opening Convocation ceremony to welcome the Class of 2000. The banner is green with the William and Mary Coat of Arms in yellow and green at the bottom.  At the top of the banner,  "2000" is written in gold and white lettering, and below 2000 "William & Mary" is written in black and white lettering. The banner is 70in. x 56in and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA. 2008.078
Item 2008.079: W&M Class of 2001 Banner, 1997-2001
One large nylon banner which hung outside the Wren Building for the 1997 Opening Convocation ceremony to welcome the Class of 2001. The banner is yellow with a green border around the edge. The College of William and Mary Coat of Arms is in white and green at the bottom. At the top, "2001 William and Mary" is written in green and white lettering. The banner is 70in. x 56in. and is in good condition . Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2008.079
Item 2008.080: W&M Class of 2002 Banner, 1998-2002
One large nylon banner which hung outside the Wren Building for the 1998 Opening Convocation ceremony to welcome the Class of 2002. The banner is white with a green border around the edge. The College of William and Mary Coat of Arms is in green and gold at the bottom. At the top of the banner, "2002 William & Mary" is written in green and gold letting. The banner is 70in.x 56in. and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2008.080
Item 2008.081: W&M Class of 2003 Banner, 1999-2003
One large nylon banner which hung outside the Wren Building for the 1999 Opening Convocation ceremony to welcome the Class of 2003. The banner is green and gold with a green border around the edge. The College of William and Mary Coat of Arms is in white and green at the bottom. At the top of the banner, "2003" is written in black and white letters, with "William & Mary" below 2003 written in green and white letters. The banner is 70in.x 56in. and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2008.081
Item 2008.082: W&M Class of 2004 Banner, 2000-2004
One large nylon banner which hung outside the Wren Building for the 2000 Opening Convocation ceremony to welcome the Class of 2004. The banner is green with the College of William and Mary Coat of Arms in gold and green at the bottom. At the top, "2004" is written in gold and White lettering. Below the 2004, "William & Mary" is written in black and white lettering. The banner is 70in.x 56in. and is in good condition . Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2008.082
Item 2008.083: W&M Class of 2005 Banner, 2001-2005
One large nylon banner which hung outside the Wren Building for the 2001 Opening Convocation ceremony to welcome the Class of 2005. The banner is yellow with a green border. The College of William and Mary Coat of Arms is at the bottom in green and gold. At the top, "2005 William & Mary" is written in green and white lettering. The banner is 70in. x 56in. and is in good condition.  Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2008.083
Item 2008.084: W&M Class of 2006 Banner, 2002-2006
One large nylon banner which hung outside the Wren Building for the 2002 Opening Convocation ceremony to welcome the Class of 2006. The banner is white with a green border. The College of William and Mary Coat of Arms is in green and gold at the bottom. At the top of the banner, "2006 William & Mary" is written in green and gold letting. The banner is 70in. x 56in. and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2008.084
Item 2008.085: W&M Class of 2007 Banner, 2003-2007
One large nylon banner which hung outside the Wren Building for the 2003 Opening Convocation ceremony to welcome the Class of 2007. The banner is green and gold with a green border around the edge. The College of William and Mary Coat of Arms is in white and green at the bottom. At the top of the banner, "2007" is written in black and white lettering, and "William & Mary" is written below 2007 in green and white lettering. The banner is 70in.x 56in. and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2008.085
Item 2008.086: W&M Class of 2008 Banner, 2004-2008
Large nylon banner which hung outside the Wren Building for the 2004 Opening Convocation ceremony to welcome the Class of 2008. Shortly after Convocation, the banner was hung in the Center Court dining facility within the University Center (now Sadler Center) until the Class's graduation in 2008. The banner is green with the College of William and Mary Coat of Arms in green and gold at the bottom. At the top, "2008" is written in gold and white lettering with "William and Mary" below the 2008 in black and white lettering. The banner is 70in.x 56in. and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5.  UA 2008.086
Item 2010.319: W&M Class of 2010 Banner, 2006-2010
One large nylon banner which hung outside the Wren Building for the 2006 Opening Convocation ceremony to welcome the Class of 2010. Shortly after Convocation, the banner was hung in the Center Court dining facility within the Sadler Center until the Class's graduation in 2010. The banner is white with a green border around the edge. The College of William and Mary Coat of Arms is in green at the bottom. At the top of the banner, "2010 William & Mary" is written in green and gold lettering. The banner is 70in. x 56in. and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2010.319
Item 2010.320: W&M Class of 2009 Banner, 2005-2009
One large nylon banner which hung outside the Wren Building for the 2005 Opening Convocation ceremony to welcome the Class of 2009. Shortly after Convocation, the banner was hung in the Center Court dining facility within the Sadler Center until the Class's graduation in 2009. The banner is yellow with a green border around the edge. The College of William and Mary Coat of Arms is in white and green at the bottom. At the top, "2009 William and Mary" is written in green and white lettering. The banner is 70in. x 56in. and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA  2010.320
Item 2012.201.1: W&M Class of 2012 Banner, 2008-2012
One large nylon banner which hung outside the Wren Building for the 2008 Opening Convocation ceremony to welcome the Class of 2012. Shortly after Convocation, the banner was hung in the Center Court dining facility within the Sadler Center until the Class's graduation in 2012. The banner is green with the College of William and Mary Coat of Arms in yellow at the bottom. At the top of the banner, "2012" is in yellow lettering with white outline and "William & Mary" is below with white lettering and black outline. The banner measures 71in. x 55.75in. and is in good condition with smudging and loose threads on the Coat of Arms. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2012.201.01
Item 2014.004.1: W&M Class of 2011 Banner, 2010-2011
One large nylon banner which hung outside the Wren Building for the class of 2011's Opening Convocation ceremony. Shortly after Convocation, the banner was hung in the Center Court dining facility within the Sadler Center until the Class's graduation in 2011. The top of the banner is green and has "2011" written in white with black outline. The bottom half of the banner is yellow and has "WILLIAM & MARY" written in green with white outline. It also features the College's seal in white outlined in green. There is green trim around the edge of the banner. The banner measures approximately 4ft 7in. (width) x 5ft. 1in. (length). It is in good condition with a 0.5in. and two 0.25in. loose threads on the bottm left side of the green trim. There is also a 1in. unraveling thread with a 0.5in. and a 0.125in. loose thread on the bottom right of the green trim. There is an approximately 0.5in. dirt stain at the bottom right of the College seal and a 17.5in. dirt stain on the back of the banner near the bottom. Transferred from Office of VP for Student Affairs by Christine Ladnier. UA 2014.004.01
Item 2014.004.2: W&M Class of 2013 Banner, 2012-2013
One large nylon banner which hung outside the Wren Building for the class of 2013' s Opening Convocation ceremony. Shortly after Convocation, the banner was hung in the Center Court dining facility within the Sadler Center until the Class's graduation in 2013. The banner is yellow with green trim around the edge of the banner. "2013" is written in green with a white outline. "WILLIAM & MARY" is also written in green and outlined in white below "2013." The banner features the College seal in white with green outline. The banner measures approximately 4ft 7in. (width) x 5ft. 1in. (length). It is in good condition with a 7.5in., a 4.25in., and a 1in. dirt stain on the back of the banner at the bottom. There is also a long trail of dirt beneath the curve of the "&" in "WILLIAM & MARY." There is a a 0.5in. dirt stain on the white outline of the "A" in "MARY" as well as a series of dirt stains on both sides of the "Y" in "MARY."  There are a series of loose threads on the bottom of the green trim.  There are is a possible rust stain on the mounting hole at the bottom left.  The College seal has multiple dirt spots and loose threads. Finally, there is a 0.5in. round dirt stain directly below the College seal. Transferred from Office of VP for Student Affairs by Christine Ladnier. UA 2014.004.02
Series 2: Homecoming Banners
Series 3: William and Mary Banners
Item 1984.027: Banner, circa 1911
Orange and white banner, 15in. x 45in.; orange letters spelling "William and Mary" against a white background with an orange border. Located in Textiles S1 SS5 . UA 1984.027
Item 2011.552: W&M Felt Banner with College Seal, n.d.
Rectangular green and yellow wool felt banner with .75in. yellow machine sewn border trim along outside edge. Green background with affixed yellow block letters 'THE COLLEGE OF / WILLIAM AND MARY' with yellow college seal (scalloped circle with modern coat of arms and text 'COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY / 1693') in the middle.The banner is 35.5in. (length) x 17in. (width). Banner is in good condition with a small 1/8in. gouge out of the top border and a 1/4in. length hole in the upper right side. Swem SCRC Purchase. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2011.552
Item 2012.256.1: W&M Latin Seal Banner, circa 1990s-2000s
Green canvas banner with W&M third seal and college name in Latin. Circle around the seal reads, "SIG COLLEGII GULIELMI ET MARIAE IN VIRGINIA / 1693." Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7489647532/. Transferred from the Office of the President by Sandra Wilms. Located in Textiles S1 SS5.  UA 2012.256.01
Item 2012.256.2: W&M Seal Flag with Gold Fringe, circa 1990s-2000s
Green canvas flag with W&M third seal and gold fringe along the edges. Circle around the seal reads, "William & Mary / Chartered 1693." Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7489646822/. Transferred from the Office of the President by Sandra Wilms. Located in Textiles S1 SS5.  UA 2012.256.02
Series 4: Student Organization/Society Banners
Item 1998.013: Society of the Alumni, Banner, 1992
Banner celebrates 150 years of service (1852-1992). It is pieced and embroidered nylon with a white background and the college's coat of arms. 6ft. (length) x 3ft.(width). Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA1998.013
Item 1998.081: 13 Club Banner, 1996
A green fabric banner with "Welcome Prospective Class of 2000" painted in gold letters. This was used by the 13 Club at the Admissions Office's open house in April 1996. The banner measures 39in.  x 76in. Located inTextiles S1 SS5. UA 1998.081
Item 1999.004: Student Association, Banner, undated
White vinyl banner with cloth backing, green lettering "Student Association" accompanied by the College seal. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA1999.004
Item 2007.90: Seven Society Banner, 2007
A white banner with the William and Mary cypher in green spray paint, the sign of the Seven Society in gold, and "Good luck on finals" in black. The banner was hung in the entrance of Earl Gregg Swem Library during the Fall 2007 finals period. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2007.90
Item 2008.48: Seven Society Banner, 2008
A "Good Luck on Finals" banner produced by the Seven Society on a white flat bed sheet using spray paint. The banner is in excellent condition. The banner was hung in the entrance of Earl Gregg Swem Library during the Spring 2008 finals period. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2008.48
Item 2009.060: University Center Activities Board (UCAB) HomeBrew Banner, circa 2000
One white cotton banner that was used for a HomeBrew event by the University Center Activities Board (UCAB) at the University Center at the College of William and Mary. The banner has "UCAB Coffeehouse" at the top in black letters, followed by "HomeBrew" in blue letters, and "William and Mary" in green and gold letters. There is also a coffee mug in brown letters, while a saxophone and a treble clef are in blue and purple letters. The UCAB logo is at the bottom right in black and gold. The banner is 39 1/2in.x94in. and is in fair shape with several stains. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA  2009.060
Item 2010.234: Wren Society Welcome Banner, circa 2010
One white canvass banner that was created by the Wren Society, a secret society at William and Mary, to welcome new students to the College. At the top of the banner, "Welcome" is written in black. Below "Welcome" is a royal crown in black and a black cross above it. Below the crown is a black and gold William and Mary cypher. The year 1832, the year the society was founded at the College, is written at the bottom in gold. The words and symbols were painted onto the banner. The banner is approximately 75in. x 60 5/8in. and is in fair condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2010.234
Item 2010.512: William and Mary Pep Band "Anti-Marching Royal Tribe" Banner, 2009
One white cotton banner with the phrase "Anti-Marching Royal Tribe" painted in green and gold that was used by the William and Mary Pep Band during the 2009 Homecoming Parade for the football game against James Madison University. It is approximately 96in. x 29in. and is in fair condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA  2010.512
Item 2010.513: William and Mary Pep Band "Better Fight Song, Better Band" Banner, 2009
One white cotton banner with the words "Better Fight Song, Better Band Since 1693" in green and gold paint that was used by the William and Mary Pep Band during the 2009 Homecoming Parade for their game against James Madison University. The left-hand side of the banner contains a musical staff with a bass clef and 2 gold flat musical notes. It is approximately 96in. x 29in. and is in fair condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2010.513
Item 2013.182.1: Wren Society Family Weekend Banner, September 2012
One white cotton cloth banner that was created by the Wren Society, a secret society at William and Mary, to welcome families to the College during Family Weekend. The banner has a purple lace border. "Welcome" is written in black cursive script to the right and "Families" is written in black cursive script below it. The seal of the Wren Society is depicted with a purple outline to the left of "Families." Inside the seal is a black painting of the Wren building. Below that is the phrase "Veritas e Requitas" written in black with "1832" (the year the society was founded) written in black underneath that. Below the seal is written "THE WREN SOCIETY" in black. The banner is in excellent condition. It measures 2ft.1.25in. (length) x 3ft. 6.5in (width). There is an approximately 0.25in. black stain near the right corner. There is also a 1in. hot glue yellow stain in the top right corner and a 0.75in. hot glue yellow stain in the bottom right corner. The lace in the top right corner is coming off. Gift of the Wren Society. UA 2013.182.01
Item 2013.182.2: Wren Society Yule Log Ceremony Banner, December 2012
One white cotton cloth banner that was created by the Wren Society, a secret society at William and Mary, to wish students a Happy Yule Log Ceremony. "Happy" is spray painted in gold cursive script at the top of the banner. Below "Happy," "Yule" is spray painted in gold cursive script. Beneath that "Log" is spray painted in gold cursive script. "VeA" is painted in black to the right of "Yule."  Below "VeA" and to the right of "Log" the Wren Building is depicted. It has a purple outline with two windows also outlined in purple. The inside of the outline is filled with gold paint with three large green spray paint stains. "18" is painted in black on the inside of the first window, and "32" is painted in black on the inside of the second window. There are two 2.5in. slits at the top on the left and right of the banner where gold ribbons have been place to hold up the banner when it was hung in the Wren Courtyard. The banner is in good condition. It measures approximately 5ft. 5.5in (length) x3ft.10in. (width). There is a smattering of green spray paint stains to the left and across the "H" in "Happy." There are also spontaneous smatterings of green spray paint stains to the right of "Yule" and "Log" and above and to the right of the depiction of the Wren Building. Gift of the Wren Society. UA 2013.182.02
Item 2013.182.3: Wren Society "Congrats Grads" Banner, December 2012/Spring 2013
One white cotton cloth banner that was created by the Wren Society, a secret society at William and Mary, to congratulate students graduating from the College. "Congrats" is spray painted in gold cursive script across the top of the banner. Below that is spray painted “Grads" in gold. Below "Congrats" and to the right of "Grads" is painted "VeA" in magenta. Beneath "VeA" is a depiction of the Wren Building. It has a purple outline with two windows also outlined in purple. The inside of the outline is filled with gold paint. "18" is painted in magenta on the inside of the first window, and "32" is painted in magenta on the inside of the second window. There are two approximately 2.5in. slits at the top on the left and right of the banner where gold ribbons have been place to hold up the banner when it was hung in the Wren Courtyard. The banner is in good condition. It measures approximately 5ft. 5.5in (length) x3ft.10in. (width). There are two 0.125in. brown stains next to the "C" and above the "O" in "Congrats."  There is a 1.5in. tear in the center at the top of the banner. There is also an approximately 1.5in. magenta stain in the window with "32" painted in it and a 1.75in. gold spray paint stain at the bottom of the banner. Gift of the Wren Society. UA 2013.182.03
Series 5: Swem Library Banners
Item 2007.69: Swem Library Banners, 2007
Two vinyl banners for the Earl Gregg Swem Library event "21st Century Scholar on the Colonial Campus " held on October 18-19, 2007. The event featured vendors and demonstrations of databases and electronic resources. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2007.69
Item 2009.084: Swem Construction News Banner, circa 1999
One blue vinyl banner that was used during the construction of Swem Library from 1999-2005. The banner features a construction worker in a hard hat rolling a boulder shaped like the Swem Window and "Swem Construction News" is written in white lettering. The banner is 80in.x17in. and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2009.084
Item 2011.379: Swem Library Rocks Banners, Acc. 2011.379
2-banners encased in plastic with "Swem Library Rocks" written in white lettering that were used during a Homecoming Parade at the College of William and Mary. The background of the banners are blue and there are also red musical notes all over the banners. The banners are approximately 96in. x 25in. and are in fair condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2011.379 a and b
Series 6: Celebratory Banners
Item 1985.067: Summit of Industrialized Nations, Banner, 1983
Banner, mounted on a wooden rod; the background is white with blue letters spelling out "1983 Summit, Williamsburg, Virginia"; in middle is blue and gold design with colonial capitol in center surrounded by words "1983 Summit of Industrialized Nations"; bottom is trimmed with gold braid and fringe. 46in. x 72in Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA1985.067
Item 1998.036: Banners, 1988-1989
9- silk banners from the exhibit at the Grolier Club in 1988-89 honoring the tercentenary of the Glorious Revolution and the reign of William and Mary. The banners are made of gold moire silk with purple satin edging. A detailed history of them is packed with the banners. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA1998.036
Item 1999.099: Charter Day Banners, 1999
Large vinyl banners from Charter Day 1999. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA1999.099
Item 2009.099: William and Mary Three Hundredth Anniversary Alumni Banner, 1993
One white vinyl banner created by the Chicago Chapter of the William and Mary Alumni Association to celebrate the College's 300th Anniversary. The top of the banner reads "Happy 300th From the Windy City" in  Green and Gold. The middle of the banner has the Chicago skyline in blue with hand-written greetings from alumni members. The bottom left reads "1693-1993" and "William and Mary" in green. The bottom right reads "Chicago Chapter." The banner is 96in.x46in. and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2009.099
Item 2010.449: Banner from Queen Elizabeth II's Visit to William and Mary, May 2007
One vinyl banner created by the College of William and Mary to celebrate the visit of Queen Elizabeth II of England to the College during the four hundredth anniversary of the founding of the settelment at Jamestown. The banner features the outlines of three Queen's Guards with their black bearskin hats and red tunics; the year "2007" written in black; and the William and Mary cypher, also written in black. The banner was created by Fast Signs of Yorktown, Virginia. The banner is approximatley 11.875in. x  23.75in. and It is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2010.449
Item 1980.100: Copy of 1694 Granting of Arms to College
One large document in plexiglass mount. Copy of the Granting of Arms of the College with four coats of arms at the top - College of William and Mary, unknown, the Kings, and College of Arms. A red wax impression of the seal of the College of Arms is in a round brass box. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 1980.100
Item 1997.015: College Tercentenary Proclamations, 11 Feb. 1989
Proclamations recognizing the College's special status in conjunction with the tercentenary celebration of the Glorious Revolution; from, signed, and dated by Prince Charles. Also includes letter from Sir Clive to College President, British newspaper clippings about the College, and a handwritten note by Prince Charles responding a particular clipping article concerning the College. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3.  UA 1997.015
Item 2000.007: Banner, circa late 1920s
Orange and black banner; black background with orange letters. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2000.007
Item 2007.044: National Tartan Day Proclamation, March 20, 1998
One framed proclamation by the United States Senate declaring April 6th National Tartan Day. Label on the reverse reads "Presented to JoAnne Phipps on Tartan Day 1998 by Bret Boyles representing the Honorable Trent Lott Washington D.C." Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 2007.044
Item 2008.04: Phoenix Banner, undated
A cream banner with gold fringe. The banner features a phoenix rising from the ashes. Located in Textiles S1 SS5. UA 2008.04
Item 2009.380: United States Flag of Corporal Ernest J. Lewis, 1918
One United States Flag with 48 stars that came to America on the casket of Corporal Ernest J. Lewis, who attended the College of William and Mary from 1913-1914. Corporal Lewis was killed in 1918 during World War I. He was a member of Company B, 116th Infantry from Virginia. There is a lock and a key on the top and bottom right-hand side of the flag. The lock is engraved with "MILLER" in the middle. The lock and key are both attached to the flag with paperclips. A small index card is also attached to the flag with "Corporal Ernest J. Lewis, Company B. 116th Infantry." The flag is approximately 9ft. 10 1/2in. x 3ft. 4in.  It is in fair condition with a few very small holes. Located in Textiles S1 SS5.  UA 2009.380
Item 2009.520: Dedication Plaque of Chandler Hall, 1930-1931
One metal plaque that was used to dedicate Chandler Hall on the College of William and Mary campus. The plaque is inscribed with the following: "Erected 1930-31/ Board of Visitors / James H. Dillard, Rector / John Stewart Bryan, Vice-Rector / Charles J. Duke Jr. / C. Starling Hutcheson / G. Walter Mapp / Lulu D. Metz / J. Douglas Mitchell / Gabriella Page / A. Herbert Foreman / John A. Wilson / Sidney Hall / J.A.C. Chandler, President / Herbert Lee Bridges, Secretary / Charles M. Robinson, Architect / J.J. McDevitt Company, Contractors." It is approximately 24.5 in x 24.5in. It is in fair condition with traces of corrosion and scratches. Located in B&G S5. UA 2009.520
Sub-classification 3: Financial Records
Records that document the exchange or management of money or other items of value.
Item 1999.039: Endowment Fund Passbooks, 1920-1932
Peninsula Bank and Trust Co passbooks reflecting endowment fund deposits. Includes Junior Class Fund(1926), Landscape Fund, dormitory fund, W&M guarantee fund, W&M general endowment, Science Hall fund, PBK fund, Senior class(1926). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1999.039
Sub-classification 4: Government Records
Records created or maintained by a government agency.  Included in this sub-classification are legislative, judicial, trade, immigration, patent, military, census, and vital records.
Sub-classification 5: Graphic Documents
Documents that provide primarily non-textual visual information.  Included in this sub-classification are maps, charts, graphs, diagrams, and pictorial works produced through photographic, photomechanical, or printing processes.  Terms in this sub-classification may be used in addition to terms from Art to index graphic documents that are also works of art.
Item 1980.016: Cartoon Regarding the Third Presidential Debate Held at William and Mary by Edwin C. Tison, October 1976
One print of a cartoon depicting a man in colonial costume locked in the stocks with a "I am a Liar" sign nailed to the stocks. Jimmy Carter tells Gerald Ford "We had better watch what we say around here." The cartoon commemorates the presidential debate between Ford and Carter on October 22, 1976, and the cartoon first appeared in the Newport News Times-Herald on October 21, 1976.  Approximately 11 in. x 14 in. It is in fair condition. Gift of Edwin C. Tison.  Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 4. UA 1980.016
Item 1998.95: Cartoon by Kenneth Harris
Located in Art S4.  UA 1998.95
Item 1999.094: Engraving of Frenchman's Map, 1993
Silver engraving of the Frenchman's Map. Framed. 13 in. x13 in. Located in Art S4. UA 1999.094
Item 1999.095: Print of Algernon Sydney Sullivan, 1941
A print made from a portrait of Sullivan that was presented to the New York Southern Society. This item was found in Dennis Cogle's office. Located in Art S4. UA 1999.095
Item 2009.297: Original Etching of the President’s House by Don Swann, undated
One original etching by American artist Don Swann of the President’s House at the College of William and Mary. It was once owned by J. Edward Zollinger, class of 1927 and a member of William and Mary’s Board of Visitors from 1966-1976.The etching is numbered 188 of 300 in a limited edition series. The signature of Don Swann is written below the etching. The etching is approximately 5.875in. x 4.875in. and is in good condition. The etching was attached to a cardboard backing that was acidic and there is some glue residue on the back of the etching. Gift of Frances Zollinger White. Located in Art S4. UA 2009.297
Item 2010.210: Color Print Sketch of Tucker Hall, circa 1909-1920
One color print sketch of Tucker Hall when it was used as the library at the College of William and Mary. There are trees surrounding Tucker Hall with what appears to be outbuildings in the back. It measures approximately 15 in. x 11.5 in. It is in fair condition with light wear around the edges of the print.  Located in Art S4. UA 2010.210
Item 2010.511: Wood Cuts of Ancient Bid to an Anniversary Meeting of the Phi Beta Kappa Society, 1946
2- wood cuts with inscriptions describing an ancient "bid" to an anniversary meeting of the Alpha Chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa Society at the College of William and Mary. The cut outs were first used for the 1941 anniversary of Phi Beta Kappa. Each is approximately 2 in. x 5 in. They are in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.511
Item 2011.213: Color Print of a Painting featuring the Wren Yard during Commencement by Kamil Kubik, undated
One color print of a painting featuring students standing around the Wren Yard during Commencement at the College of William and Mary. The print is signed by Kamil Kubik, the artist of the painting. It is approximately 16 in. x 19 in. and is in fair condition. Located in Art S4. UA 2011.213
Item 2011.214: Reproduction Color Print of "Commencement" Published by P. Buckley Moss, 1993
One reproduction color print entitled "Commencement" published by P. Buckley Moss for the Alumni Society to commemorate the Tercentenary of the College of William and Mary in 1993. The print features two students, one hold the College Mace, leading the procession through the Wren Building during Commencement. The print is number 347 out of 700 and is signed by P. Buckley Moss. It is approximately 16 in. x 23.5 in. and is in good condition. Located in Art S4. UA 2011.214
Item 2011.220: Reproduction Print of a Pencil Drawing featuring the Wren Building, circa 1872
Reproduction print of a pencil drawing showing the south (Chapel) side of the Wren Building with a wood shed and 2 horsemen. The print is approximately 7.25 in. x 10.125 in. and is in fair condition. Located in Art S4. UA 2011.220
Item 2011.244: Gentlemen of the College 20th Reunion Framed Photograph, April 2010
Contains a color photograph featuring all the members of the all-male a cappella group Gentlemen of the College that attended the 20th reunion banquet for the group. Surrounding the photograph are the signatures of those members in attendance at the banquet. The photograph was taken by Hannah Debelius (W&M Class of 2010). The photograph is 8 in. x 10 in. and the frame is approximately 18.5 in. x 22.5in. It is in good condition. Located in Art S4. UA 2011.244
Item 2011.385: Lithographic Print of the Wren Building, 1934
One lithographic print depicting the rear of the Wren Building facing the Sunken Garden in the afternoon sun. The Great Hall and the 2nd floor balcony are highlighted in the drawing. On the bottom left-hand side of the drawing, "Sir Christopher Wren Building Williamsburg, 1932" is written in pencil. On the bottom right-hand side of the drawing are the initials TW 1934 and the signature of the artist, Theo B. White. On the back of the print, there is a label describing the work as part of the Public Works of Art Project, Virginia Division's Series of lithographic prints of Williamsburg, Edition 30. Approximately 11.875 in. x 17.375 in. It is in fair condition. Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 1. UA 2011.385
Item 2011.386: Etching of the Front of the Wren Building, circa 1950
One etching of the Wren Building and yard with the Botetourt Statue and a cannon facing Duke of Gloucester Street. There is also a depiction of three people standing in the open door that passes through to the rear of the Wren Building and the Sunken Garden. The bottom left-hand side of the print reads "Wren Building, William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va." The bottom right-hand side of the print is signed by the author Alice E. Rumple.  It is approximately 19.25in. x 14.25 in. It is in fair condition. Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 2. UA 2011.386
Item 2011.387: Print of the Wren Building and President's House in Winter, 1982
One print depicting the Wren Building, Wren Yard, and the President's House in snow during Winter. The bottom of the print reads "The College of William & Mary, Wren Building, Winter," and is signed by the artist T.C.Manor[?] with the year "82."  Approximately 18 in. x 24 in. It is in fair condition. Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 1. UA 2011.387
Item 2011.393: Cartoon Concerning the William and Mary Honor System by Jimmy Hatlo, undated

UA 2011.393.001: Pen and ink drawing of a cartoon concerning the William and Mary Honor System. The cartoon shows a professor leaving the questions to an exam on the desk and then leaving the room, reminding the students that they are on their honor not the cheat. The students are shown with writing on their legs and sleeves, with one of the students saying "That does it!! I'm switching to Harvard." The cartoon was created by Jimmy Hatlo. 14.5 in. x 20 in.

UA 2011.393.002: A clipping from a newspaper showing the above cartoon in color as part of Hatlo's "They'll Do It Every Time" comic strip. 8.125 in. x 6.625 in.

Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 3. UA 2011.393

Item 2011.394: Pen and Ink Cartoon of a Faculty Meeting By Federick R. Hynson, 1906
One cartoon drawn for the 1906 Colonial Echo by student Frederick R. Hynson featuring seven professors at the College of William and Mary behind a table. The professors shown are Henry T. Louthan, Lyman B. Wharton, John Lesslie Hall, President Lyon G. Tyler, Thomas J. Stubbs, Charles E. Bishop, and Van Franklin Garrett. The cartoon is labeled "A Faculty Meeting from a Duc's Point of View." The missing professors are Richard M. Crawford, Alexander B. Coffey, and Biology Professor John W. Ritchie. It is not know who Mr. Blackwell and Mr. Hubbard were, although there were students by those names in 1906. "Duc" was the term used for freshman and was short for "introductory."  Approximately 22 in. x 10 in. It is in fair condition. Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 3. UA 2011.394
Item 2011.395: Linoleum Block Print of the Library Building, 1930
One linoleum block print of the exterior of the library building (present-day Tucker Hall) at the College of William and Mary by Nannie Mae Squires.  Approximately 14.75in. x 12 in. It is in fair condition. Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 3. UA 2011.395
Item 2011.396: Pencil Prints of the Wren Building Drawn by Orin Bullock, circa 1928-1944

UA 2011.396.001: Drawing of the Wren Building, with the Lord Botetourt Statue in front, before 1929 renovation.

UA 2011.396.002-003: Drawings of the Wren Building after the restoration.

Approximately 9.5-10 in. x 10.25 in. -12.25 in. They are in fair condition.  The prints were given to Earl Gregg Swem Library by the illustrator, Orin Bullock.

Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 4.

Item 2011.398: Pencil Print Sketch of the Wren Building by John C. Drake, undated
One pencil print sketch of the front of the Wren Building by John C. Drake. Approximately 16 in. x 12.25 in. It is in fair condition.  Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 4. UA 2011.398
Item 2011.399: Color Print of the Library Building, circa 1929-1965
One color print of a sketch of the library building (now Tucker Hall) at the College of William and Mary.  Approximately 15.75 in. x 12 in. It is in fair condition with some color loss.  Located in Art S4, Box 2, Folder 4. UA 2011.399
Item 2011.535.3: 1993 EPSON Ivy Bowl Autograph Picture, 1993
A white wood paneled picture that features a black and white photo of the 1993 Epson Ivy Bowl Ivy team. At the bottom left of the picture is the seal for the Epson Ivy Bowl. To the right of the seal is written "'93 EPSON IVY BOWL"  in gray typed font with a Japanese translation below it. Surrounding the photo and inscription are the signatures of all the members of the Ivy Bowl Ivy team. The Epson Ivy Bowl is an international football game played between an American team of all Ivy League college football players and Japanese college all-star players. In 1993, the game was played in Tokyo with the American team as the victors. The photo measures approximately 15.25in. (length) x 13in. (width) and is in fair condition. There are two approximately 1.5in. abrasions on the top left of the picture as well as an approximately 0.125in. brown stain at the top left of the picture. There is also a small puncture hole at the top of the score board in the photograph and a 1.5in. puncture hole to the right of the score board in the photograph going up into one of the signatures above the picture. Transferred from the Athletic Department (football). UA 2011.535.03
Item 2011.535.4: William and Mary vs. Villanova Game Framed Picture and Ticket, September 15, 2001
A photograph of the football game between William and Mary and Villanova on September 15, 2001. The photograph is framed by green cardboard and a gold lined glass frame. Below the photograph is a gold metal tag that has "WILLIAM & MARY ~ 47/ VILLANOVA ~44" engraved in black on it. To the right of the picture is a ticket that displays game date, time, and location. On the back of the picture there is a silver sticker that has "PRINCE GEORGE GRAPHICS/ 437 PRINCE GEORGE STREET WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA 23185" typed in black with a logo featuring a peacock and an outline of a heart in black. The framed picture measures approximately 15.25in. (length) x 11in. (width) and is in excellent condition. Above the ticket there is a small red ant. Transferred from the Athletics Department (football). UA 2011.535.04
Sub-classification 6: Instructional Documents
Prints or non-print items created to impart, test, or demonstrate knowledge or skill, either in the context of formal teaching and training or in more informal contexts.
Item 2008.131: Facsimile of an 18th Century Horn-Book, 1965
2-facsimiles of horn-books given by the Earl Gregg Swem Library as their Christmas Keepsake for the Friends of the Library. Featured on the horn-books are the letters of the alphabet and numbers from zero to nine. Also written on the horn-books is a copy of the Lord's Prayer. The horn-books are made of wood. The horn-books are approximately 2.75in.x 5.5in. They are in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2008.131
Sub-classification 7: Legal Documents
Documents that pertain to legal actions or rights.
Sub-classification 8: Literary Works
Written or printed items that express creative works intended to be read, heard, or performed.  Such works include fictional and non-fictional literature, oral presentations, music, and theatrical productions.
Item 1989.023: Address of Thanks to King William and Queen Mary, circa 1693
One framed photostat of address of thanks from the General Assembly of Virginia to King William and Queen Mary, expressing thanks for support of the College of William and Mary. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1989.023
Item 2010.514: Framed Copy of William and Mary Fight Song, undated
One photocopy with musical notes for the William and Mary Fight Song in a wooden frame that was given out to a graduating senior in the William and Mary Pep Band. It is approximately 6.375in. x 8.375in. and is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj jS2, SS4. UA 2010.514
Item 2010.515: William & Mary Pep Band Sheet Music Holder, undated
One black plastic sheet music holder with 21 plastic sheet protectors to hold the songs played by the William & Mary Pep Band during various athletic events. Some of the songs include the William & Mary Fight Song, William & Mary Alma Mater, Eye of the Tiger, Hey Baby, and The Lion Sleeps Tonight. It is approximately 7.625in. x 7.25in. and is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.515
Sub-classification 9: Memorabilla
Tokens of remembrance or commemoration of a person, place, event, or experience.  This sub-classification includes artifacts created to contain or display such tokens.
Series 1: Commemorative Coins
Item 1977.004.1: Williamsburg-James City County Copper Commemorative Coin, 1976
One copper coin  issued by the Williamsburg-James City County Independence Bicentennial Committee to celebrate America's Independence in 1976. The front of the coin depicts Edmund Pendleton with "Virginia Resolution for Independence" around the edge." The back of the coin reads "Williamsburg-James City County Independence Bicentennial 1776-1976" with pictures of the Wren Building and the Colonial Williamsburg Capitol building. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 4. UA 1977.004.1
Item 1977.004.2: Williamsburg-James City County Nickel Commemorative Coin, 1976
One coin made of nickel issued by the Williamsburg-James City County Independence Bicentennial Committee to celebrate America's Independence in 1976. The front of the coin depicts Edmund Pendleton with "Virginia Resolution for Independence" around the edge." The back of the coin reads "Williamsburg-James City County Independence Bicentennial 1776-1976" with pictures of the Wren Building and the Colonial Williamsburg Capitol building. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 4.  UA 1977.004.2
Item 1977.004.3: Williamsburg-James City County Copper Commemorative Coin, 1976
One copper coin  issued by the Williamsburg-James City County Independence Bicentennial Committee to celebrate America's Independence in 1976. The front of the coin depicts Edmund Pendleton with "Virginia Resolution for Independence" around the edge." The back of the coin reads "Williamsburg-James City County Independence Bicentennial 1776-1976" with pictures of the Wren Building and the Colonial Williamsburg Capitol building. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 5. UA1977.004.3
Item 1977.004.4: Williamsburg-James City County Copper Commemorative Coin, 1976
One copper coin  issued by the Williamsburg-James City County Independence Bicentennial Committee to celebrate America's Independence in 1976. The front of the coin depicts Edmund Pendleton with "Virginia Resolution for Independence" around the edge." The back of the coin reads "Williamsburg-James City County Independence Bicentennial 1776-1976" with pictures of the Wren Building and the Colonial Williamsburg Capitol building. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 5.  UA 1977.004.4
Item 1989.019: Dutch 50 Guilder Coin, 1988
One Dutch 50 Guilder coin struck to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the Glorious Revolution. One side shows William III and Mary II. The other shows Beatrix, Queen of the Netherlands. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 16. UA 1989.019
Item 1995.024: Coin, 1689
One coin with profiles of William and Mary on one side and a shield of arms on the other. Gift of Professor J. Maxwell Irvine of the University of Aberdeen upon his receipt of an honorary degree from William and Mary on May 14, 1995.Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 19. UA 1995.024
Item 2009.499: William and Mary Kensington Palace Bronze Coin, 1988
One bronze coin that depicts William III and Mary II of England on the obverse and Kensington Palace, the palace of William III, on the reverse. The coin was created to celebrate the Tercentenary of the reign of William III, which began in 1688. The coin is in good condition and is approximately 1.5in. in diameter. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2009.499
Item 2010.185: William and Mary Fourth Century Club Bronze Coin, circa 1993
One bronze medal coin that was created by the William and Mary Fund for the Tercentenary celebration of William and Mary. The obverse of the coin has the College seal with the words "The College of William and Mary in Virginia" surrounding the edge. Above the seal are the dates "1693-1993". The reverse contains the weathervane from the Wren Building with "1693" and "1993" on it. Just below the weathervane is the number "300" and "William & Mary". Surrounding the edge of the reverse are the words "The Fourth Century Club 1693-1993". The coin is encased in plastic to protect it and is surrounding by a black square case with "William & Mary Annual Fund" written in gold. It is 1.05 in. in diameter and is in good condition. The square case surrounding the coin is 3.5in. x 3.5in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1.UA 2010.185
Series 2: University Commemorative Medals
Item 1980.093: 275th Anniversary Medal, 1968
One large, gold-colored medal encased in clear Lucite. It was issued by the Society of the Alumni to commemorate the 275th anniversary of the College of William and Mary. Diameter is 3.75in. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 11. UA 1980.093
Item 1980.094: 275th Anniversary Medal, 1968
One large, gold-colored medal encased in clear Lucite. It was issued by the Society of the Alumni to commemorate the 275th anniversary of the College of William and Mary. Diameter is 3.75in. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 11. UA 1980.094
Item 1980.095: Bicentennial Medal, 1976
2- discs of bronze encased in green lucite, one showing the obverse and the other showing the reverse of the Society of the Alumni's Bicentennial Medal. Object is inside a green pouch. Diameter is 4in.  Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 12. UA 1980.095
Item 1980.096: Bicentennial Medal, 1976
2-discs of bronze encased in clear lucite, one showing the obverse and the other showing the reverse of the Society of the Alumni's Bicentennial Medal. Diameter is 4in. Images are available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/577674057/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/577683430/. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 12. UA 1980.096
Item 1981.027: University of Louisville Sesquicentennial Medal, 1948
One silver medal, 3in. in diameter, presented to Dr. Earl Gregg Swem, who represented the College of William and Mary at the ceremonies in Louisville. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 13. UA 1981.027
Item 1981.028: Harvard University Tercentenary Medal, 1936
One bronze medal, 3.25in.  in diameter, commemorating the 300th anniversary of the founding of Harvard University. One side bears the Harvard seal. The other reads "1636-1936 Out of smalle beginnings greater things have been prodused by his hand that made all things of nothing and gives being to all things that are." The medal was presented to the library by John Stewart Bryan. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 13. UA 1981.028
Item 1981.029: Princeton University Sesquicentennial Medal, 1896
One bronze medal, 3in. in diameter, commemmorating the 150th anniversary of the College of New Jersey. In 1896, the year the medal was struck, the school officially took the name "Princeton." Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 13. UA 1981.029
Item  1995.020: University of Thessalonika Medal, 1993
One gold medal depicting Aristotle. It is 2.5in. in diameter and encased in clear plastic. The medal also includes separately a clear plastic stand. The medal was a gift from the University of Thessalonika for the College's 300th birthday celebration. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 18. UA 1995.020
Item 1995.022: Princeton University Medal, 1993
One pewter medal, roughly 1.5in.x1in., on a black and orange ribbon. It was a gift from the Sons and Daughters of Princeton University for the College's 300th birthday. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 18. UA 1995.022
Item 1998.083: Association of European Universities Medal, 1959
One bronze medal, 2in. in diameter, the reverse of which features the Greek symbols for Alpha and Omega, an open book, and a navigational instrument. The reverse reads "Janua Universitatis Studiorum Reserata" in the center and "CRE Conferentia Rectorum Europae 1959" around the perimeter. The medal is in a dark blue leather case. There is also a business card of Andris Barblan, Secretary General of CRE, with the note "With the good wishes of Europe!"  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 21. UA 1998.083
Item 2010.186: William and Mary Bronze Medal, undated
One bronze medal with a depiction of King William III and Queen Mary II of England. To the left of William is written in Latin "Gullet Maria D.G," and to the right of Mary is written in Latin "M. BRIT. FRET HIB. REX. ET. REGINA." The reverse of the medal has the College seal and "The College of William and Mary in Virginia 1693" surrounding the seal. It is approximately 2.875in. in diameter and is in fair condition with several minor scrapes and chips along the edge and reverse of the medal. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2010.186
Series 3: Charter Day Pins
Item 2011.207: Charter Day 2011 Lapel Pin, 2011
One metalic lapel pin that was given out to students during the Charter Day 2011 ceremony at William & Mary Hall on the campus of the College of William and Mary. The pin contains an artist's rendering of the Crim Dell bridge. The pin is approximately 1in. in diameter and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 25. UA  2011.207
Item  2011.208: Charter Day 2011 Lapel Pin, 2011
One metalic lapel pin that was given out to students during the Charter Day 2011 ceremony at William & Mary Hall on the campus of the College of William and Mary. The pin contains an artist's rendering of the Crim Dell bridge. The pin is approximately 1in. in diameter and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 25. UA 2011.208
Item 2013.178.1: Charter Day Pin, 2012
Square gold tone metal pin with drawing of the Botetourt Statue and Wren Building and text "Charter Day 2012." Pin measures 1 in. (height) x 1 in. (length) x .375 in. (depth) and is in excellent condition. In W. Taylor Reveley, III's Presidential Address on February 3, 2012, he mentioned the pins saying, "This year, in addition to the tradition of Charter Day pins to wear on your graduation robes, students are invited to leave their mark by signing a 2012 Charter Day scroll. These scrolls will be placed in our University Archives for all time coming. Pins and scrolls can be found near the ticket window on the Commons Side of this hall as you leave." Transferred by Carla Costello, President's Office. Located in Dec Obj, S2 SS1. UA 2013.178.01
Item 2013.178.2: Charter Day Pin, 2013
Round gold tone metal pin with a digital rendering of the Sunken Garden and the text "2013 Charter Day" in red. Pin measures 1 in. (diameter) x .375 (depth) and is in excellent condition. Transferred by Carla Costello, President's Office. Located in Dec Obj, S2 SS1. UA 2013.178.02
Series 4: Other Commemorative Medals/Medallions
Item 1977.004.5: Williamsburg-James City County Bicentenial Medallion, 1976
One brass medallion approximately 1.5in. (width) and 4in. (length). The medallion has black writing embroidered on its face. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 6. UA 1977.004.5
Item 1980.089: National Interfraternity Council Medallion, 1976
One large bronze medallion presented to participants of the National Interfraternity Council meeting in Williamsburg, 2 December 1976. The obverse features a hand holding a torch, the initials "NPC," "NIC," "PIC," and "PPA," the phrases "200 Years of Greek-Letter Fraternities" and "An American College Tradition," and the dates 1776-1976. The reverse reads "Williamsburg, Virginia December 2, 1976" around the border. The center depicts a scroll with the words "A look to out past with an eye to our future." Diameter of medallion is 2.6875in. In good condition. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 8. UA 1980.089
Item 1980.090: Williamsburg-James City County Commemoration Medallion, 1976
One limited edition sterling silver commemorative medallion for Williamsburg and James City County. Ross Weeks, as Chairman of the Bicentennial Committee, presented this medallion to the College on April 20, 1977. Medallion is in 3.125in. (width) x 3.8125in. (height) case.  Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 11. UA 1980.090
Item 1980.091: Medal Commemorating the Visit of Valery Giscard d'Estaing, 1976
One large bronze medal commemorating the visit of Valery Giscard d'Estaing, President of France, to the United States in 1976. Medal is stored in a 4.1875in. square box, labeled "RF."  A copy of a letter from Thomas A. Graves, Jr. to d'Estaing is in the University Archives Subject File Collection under "Visitors to Campus." Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 11. UA 1980.091
Item 1980.092: Alumni Reunion Medal, 1916
One bronze medal with a red and white ribbon from the Alumni Dedication Reunion held at M.I.T. in 1916. The medal has a relief portrait of William Barton Rogers on the obverse and the inscription "Massachusetts Intitute of Technology 1865-1916 Alumni Dedication Reunion June 12, 13, 14, 1916" on the reverse. Medal diameter is 1.5in. Gift of Mrs. Harrell Pratt of Suffolk, VA. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 11. UA 1980.092
Item 1980.099: Yorktown Day Medallion, 1976
One frigate "Colbert" during the Yorktown Day ceremonies. Diameter is 4.25in. In good condition. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 12. UA 1980.099
Item 1981.098: Medal Commemorating the Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, 1981
One medal commemorating the wedding of the Prince of Wales to Lady Diana Spencer, 29 July 1981. It was presented by the Lord Mayor of London while visiting the College of William and Mary in September of 1981. The obverse displays Queen Elizabeth II. Diameter of the medal is 1.5in.  Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 8. UA 1981.098
Item 1989.145: American Friends of Lafayette Medal, 1934
One round bronze medal, 2.5in. in diameter, struck by the American Friends of Lafayette on the centenary of his death, May 20, 1934. One side shows Lafayette standing next to a pedestel with the words "America's Adopted Son." The other side depicts a wreath, a dagger, and a feather with the incription "American Friends of Lafayette, Centenary of His Death May XXMCMXXXIV." Gift of Stuart W. Jackson. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 15. UA 1989.145
Item 1989.146: Lafayette Medals, 1934
2-bronze medals, identical to one another but different from UA1989.145, issued on the centenary of Lafayette's death. One side features a bust signed "E. Gatteaux," the name "Lafayette," and the dates 1757-1834. The other side has the inscription " America et Gallia Memores, MCMXXXIV." Both medals are housed in maroon leather boxes. Gifts of the French Government to John Stewart Bryan. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 16.  UA 1989.146
Item  1990.010: Benjamin Franklin Medallion, 1906
One bronze medallion, 4in. in diameter. The obverse depicts Franklin with the dates 1706-1790 and the words "Printer Philosopher Scientist Statesman Diplomatist." The reverse shows four classical figures and bears the inscription "Struck by an Act of the Congress of the United States to Commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Benjamin Franklin, MCMVI." Located in Dec Obj S2,SS1, Box 16. UA 1990.010
Item 1991.032: College Camp Dedication Medals, 1976
Two gold-toned medals (1.5in. in diameter) bearing on one side the College coat-of-arms and the words "The College of William and Mary in Virginia, 1693," and on the other side the words "College Camp Dedication, 10-9-76." The medals are suspended from green ribbons. The dedication ceremony was  for a plaque indicating that American soldiers had camps on College ground during the American Revolution. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 16. UA1991.032
Item 1999.008: College Camp Dedication Medallion, 1976
One bronze medallion, 1.5in. in diameter, hanging from a green ribbon. The obverse features the College seal. The reverse is engraved with "College Camp Dedication 10-9-76."  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 20. UA 1999.008
Item 2007.030e: Gentlemen of the College Commemorative Medal, circa 1992-2006
One commmemorative medal in excellent condition, likely never worn. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 998. UA 2007.030
Item 2007.030f: Gentlemen of the College Commemorative Medal, circa 1992-2006
One Commemoratvie Medal in excellent condition, likely never worn. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 998. UA 2007.030
Item 2009.250: King William III and Queen Mary II Commemorative Medal, undated
One bronze medal struck to commemorate the reign of King William III and Queen Mary II of England. This particular medal was used as a watch fob. The obverse of the coin has a depiction of William III and the reverse of the coin has a depiction of Queen Mary II. At the top of the coin, there is a hole where it was drilled to be used as a watch fob. It is approximately 1.125in. in diameter. The medal is in fair to poor condition with heavy wear and dents.Gift of Mrs. C. Watson. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 24. UA 2009.250
Item 2010.710: Dudley Warner Woodbridge Gold Charm and Chain, 1961
One gold charm attached to a gold chain that once was owned by Dudley Warner Woodbridge, professor and dean of the law school at the College of William and Mary from 1927 to 1966. The front of the charm is inscribed with the initials "D.W.W." and the reverse is inscribed "From Law Students of Marshall Wythe Feb. 24, 1961." Gift of Julia Oxrieder, daughter of Dudley Woodbridge. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2010.710
Series 5: Commemorative/Souvenir Buttons and Pins
Item 1994.029: Theta Delta Chi Convention Button, 1992
One light blue button, 2.25in. in diameter. In black letters, it reads "Picnic with the Daves," "Epsilon Association," and "139th Convention Philadelphia." The Epsilon Association is a fraternity alumni association. Gift of Charles Kendrick. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 19. UA 1994.029
Item 1994.068: Tangerine Bowl Buttons, 1970
2-identical buttons, 4in. in diameter. Each has an orange perimeter with "William and Mary Tangerine Bowl" in white letters and a green center reading "Go Big Green" and "1970," also in white. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box  18. UA 1994.068
Item 1999.034: Tercentenary Buttons, 1993
4-buttons (two identical pairs), 2.25in. in diameter. Two of the buttons have a white background with green and gold stars and the words "Happy Birthday 300 William & Mary." The other two have a yellow background and read "Busch Gardens Williamsburg, VA. William and Mary 300 Birthday Bash Saturday October 23, 1993. Sponsored by Anheuser-Busch Inc." Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 20. UA 1999.034
Item 2003.012: Richard Cornish Endowment Fund Button, 2003
One button, 2.25in. in diameter, with an off-white background and the words "Richard Cornish Endowment Fund" above the William and Mary cypher in maroon print. The Richard Cornish Endowment Fund was established by GALA in 1993. This button is from the tenth anniversary GALA celebration for the Cornish fund campaign. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 20. UA  2003.012
Item 2010.242: William and Mary Griffin Button, 2010
One white aluminum button with a depiction of the Griffin, the College of William and Mary's mascot as of 2010. The Griffin has the head of an eagle and the body of a lion. This particular Griffin is green, gold, and white in color to mimic the College's colors. Below the Griffin is the word "Tribe," the nickname for William and Mary. The button is approximately 3in. in diameter and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2010.242
Item 2010.459: Don Quixote Four Hundredth Anniversary Button, 2005
One black and white aluminum button with a depiction of Don Quixote on his horse and Sancho Panza on his donkey with "1605-2005" written below to celebrate the four hundredth anniversary of the book "Don Quixote." The button was once owned by professor George Greenia of the Hispanic Studies curriculum at William and Mary. It is approximately 2.25in. in diameter and is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2010.459
Item 2011.557: Dixie Bowl Pin, 1948
One green and yellow metal button pin created for the Dixie Bowl football game played in Birmingham, AL on January 1, 1948 against Arkansas. The pin features two footballs at top and bottom with the text 'WILLIAM & MARY / DIXIE BOWL" in the center. Two silk ribbons, one green and one yellow, and a tan piece of cotton string are affixed to the button back and hang below the button. A piece of white paper with text indicating W&M's losing score, 'ARK: 21 / W&M: 19' is taped to the back of the button.  The pin is in good condition with minor spots of rust on the reverse. Both ribbons are slightly discolored with minor fraying on the bottom edges. Green ribbon has approximately 0.0625in. hole. Button is 1.75in. in diameter; total length with ribbons is 4.625in.  Transferred from Alumni Association. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA  2011.557
Item 2012.186.2: Ash Lawn-Highland Button Pin, circa 1990
Received by Archives staff on 10/9/1991; found in Swem SCRC staff office. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2012.186.02
Item 2013.005.5: Earth Day 40th Anniversary Button, 2010
Button featuring a black and white line drawing of a recycling triangle with three angled arrows and three circular logos between the arrows: "W&M SEAC" (Student Environmental Action Coalition); "what's your DOT?" (Do One Thing); and "The Mercury Project" with "Earth Day 2010" in the middle of a white circle with a green to blue gradient circle around the outside, with the text "40TH ANNIVERSARY" at the top and bottom. Button is in good condition with no visible defects and measures 2.25" in diameter. Button was received at the same time as documents in the Writing Resources Center Administrative Records series of the Department of English Records (UA 205). Transferred by Sharon Zuber. Located in Dec Obj S2 SS1. UA 2013.005.05
Item 1980.055: Keys to Phi Beta Kappa Hall, 1957
2-gilded keys in a navy blue velvet box. The keys are marked "SCHLAGE" and "R91351" and were presented to Alvin Duke Chandler at the dedication of Phi Beta Kappa Hall, 18 May 1957. The keys came with Chandler's acceptance speech, which was transferred to the Publications File. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 6. UA 1980.055
Item 1982.073: Norfolk Division Box, 1955
One black plastic box commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Norfolk Division of the College of William and Mary. The cover depicts the College seal and bears the words "College of William and Mary in Norfolk Silver Anniversary."  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1982.073
Item 1988.103: Towel, 1988
Terrible Tribe Towel; 2- white handkerchiefs, 21in. x 21.5in. with "Go T-R-I-B-E" in large green letters across the middle, and the WM Tribe logo and "Terrible T-r-i-b-e Towel" written in one corner. Distributed by the Society of the Alumni. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 13. UA 1988.103
Item 1990.063: Baseball Memorabilia, 1937-1938
Memorabilia, baseball; includes2-bats, 6-balls, and 2-gloves used in various WM baseball games; mounted onto a wooden plaque; the bats were the favorite ones used by Dan Etmonson, the gloves were the ones he used as first baseman. Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 1990.063
Item 1992.012: Homecoming Towel, 1990
One white cotton hand towel, 15.5in. x 25in., with "WM Magic Homecoming 1990 November 1-4" and sparkler motif in purple. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2928811491/.  Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 14. UA1992.012
Item 1994.010: Homecoming Tuxedo Box, 1992
Small red, white and black box, shaped like a tuxedo with "150" marked in gold, created as a memento of W&M Homecoming in 1992. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1994.010
Item 1999.030: Lord Botetourt Novelty Pen, 1998
One ballpoint pen, the bottom half of which is made of black plastic. The top half is of clear plastic with a statue of Lord Botetourt that slides back and forth between 3-D depictions of The Brafferton and the President's House. The Wren Building is in the background. Purchased from the Alumni Society. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 21. UA 1999.030
Item 2010.193.6: Budapest Gymnastics World Championships Towel, 1983
A white towel that has a blue center on the front.  In the blue center there is the image of a gymnast performing on the pommel horse in white. Below the gymnast is written "Vilågbajnoksåg/Budapest 1983" in white. To the left of the blue center is a red stripe and green stripe. To the bottom right of the towel is a white box with a blue outline and a blue and white symbol on the inside. The back of the towel is blue with a white center that features the gymnast performing on  the pommel horse in blue. The green and red stripes are on the right of the center image and the box, now blue outlined in white with a white symbol,  is on the bottom right. The towel measures approximately 33.5in. (length) x 18in. (width) and is in good condition. Gift of Rene A. Henry. UA 2010.193.06
Item 2010.468: Metal William and Mary Souvenir Football, 1924
One metal souvenir football that may have been used as a pin. It is hand painted silver and gold with "WAM 1693-1924" written across the football in green paint. There is also a small portion of green, gold, and white ribbon along the side of the football. It is approximately 2.25in. long. It is in fair condition with light wear and minor dulling of the gold ribbon.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 17. UA 2010.468
Item 2011.216: Beijing Olympics Key Fob, 2008
One gold colored key fob produced for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China that once belonged to Rene Henry, class of 1954. The key fob has a silver plate with the Chinese character of "jing" meaning capital, and it is the symbol for the city of Beijing. Below the Chinese character are the words "Beijing 2008" along with the five Olympic rings. It is approximately 8.75in.  long and is in great condition. Gift of Rene A. Henry. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2011.216
Item 2012.403.1: Felt Dance Souvenir, 1950
1 - Red felt emblem in the shape of two connected hearts with a white outline drawing of a couple dancing. Text towards the bottom of the emblem reads " Harry James / 1950." Emblem could have been intended for use as a patch or small wall decoration. Emblem measures 7.75 in. (length) x 5.25 in. (width). Gift of Jean Harrup Cogle, and transferred upon arrival from the 2012.403 accession of the Jean Harrup Cogle Papers (UA 5.167). Located in Textiles, S1 SS8. UA 2012.403.01
Item 2013.219.1: W&M Tercentenary Trust Paperweight, 1988
One clear domed paperweight. The base of the paperweight features the William and Mary cypher in white. "WILLIAM AND MARY" is written in white in an arch above the cypher and "TERCENTENARY TRUST" is written in white in an arch below the cypher. "1688" is written in white to the left of the cypher and "1988" is written to the right of the cypher. The paperweight measures 3.5in. in diameter and is in good condition. There is approximately 1.75in. smattering of white dot stains on the left side of the dome starting at the bottom of the dome and going midway up. There is a 0.75in. conglomerate of white stains on the right side of the base rim and an approximately 1in. conglomerate of white stains on the left side of the base rim. There are also small scratches all around the base rim and a small chip at the top of the base rim above the William and Mary cypher. Gift of Steve Murden. UA 2013.219.01
Sub-classification 10: Other Documents
Documentary artifacts that routinely may be classified in none or more than one of the other sub-classifcations.  These include artifacts that are defined more by form than by functions or context.  Many terms may be used in addition to other terms for cross-referencing purposes.
Series 1: Dance Cards
Item 1985.021: Dance Cards, 1905-1911
Dance programs from fraternity dances. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS2, Box 1. UA1985.021
Item 2002.044: Dance Cards, 1925-1927
5-dance programs, 1-"The Bachelors" dance, 1925; 2-"The German Club" dance, 1926 and 1927; and 2-"The Cotillian Club," 1925 and 1926. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS2. Box 2. UA 2002.044
Item 2007.034: Dance Cards, 1926-1927
Dance cards: Opening Dances of the Cotillion Club, October 22 and 23, 1926, inscription reads "Went with my darling brother. Didn't decide to go until last minute but had marvelous time-"; 3-dance cards inside one cover for the Final Dances of the Cotillion Club, June 6, 7, and 8, 1927, the couples are Dot Doggett and John Wilkins, "Me" and Johnnie Wilkins, and "Me" and Bob Brewer. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS2, Box 2. UA 2007.034
Item 2007.82: Easter German Dance Card, 1925
The dance card of Miss Loundes with Mr. Tom for the Easter Dance of the German Club at the College of William and Mary on April 3, 1925. The cover features a drawing of a young woman. There is a water stain on the right side from the cover to the back of the dance card. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS2, Box 2. UA 2007.82
Item 2007.83: Easter Hop Dance Card, 1925
The dance card of Miss Loundes with Mr. Tom for the Easter Dances of the Cotillion Club at the College of William and Mary on April 17 and 18, 1925. The cover features a lily and the Greek temple version of the College's coat of arms in silver. The pencil attached to the card is broken off. There is foxing on the interior pages and the back cover. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS2, Box 2. UA 2007.83
Item 2009.103: Final Dances of the Cotillion Club Dance Card, June 21-24, 1928
One dance card owned by Herbert Thorpe for the last dances of the Cotillion Club held in Blow Gymnasium at the College of William and Mary. The dance card contains a list of the Cotillion Club Committee members and Chaperons. The front of the card features a man and a women standing close to one another in front of a building. The card is approximately 3in.x4in. and is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS2, Box 3. UA 2009.103
Item 2009.104: Final German German Dance Card, June 9, 1915
One dance card owned by Herbert Thorpe for the last German dance of the 1914-1915 school year at the College of William and Mary. The dance was held in the gymnasium and contains a list of visiting Alumni. The dance was held by the Alpha Zeta Chapter of Kappa Alpha. The front of the card contains a portrait of a women in a blue dress and black hat. The card is approximately 3in.x4in. and is in poor condition with some of the pages torn out. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS2, Box 3. UA 2009.104
Item 2009.111: Pi Kappa Alpha German Dance Card, March 28, 1913
One dance card owned by Herbert Thorpe for a Pi Kappa Alpha German dance held in the Gymnasium at the College of William and Mary. The card lists the chaperons and most of the dance card is full listing the names of Mr. Thorpe's partners. There is a red string attached to the card with a pencil tied to it that was used to fill out the card. The card is 3.5in.x5in. and is in fair condition with a slight tear and some stains on the cover. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS2, Box 3. UA 2009.111
Item 2009.461: Theta Delta Chi Final German Dance Card, June 7, 1916
One dance card from the final German Dance of the year at the College of William and Mary in 1916. The front of the card is embossed with a blue Theta Delta Chi crest. Included in the dance card are a list of patronesses, order of dances, "fratres in Collegio", and visiting alumni. The card was printed by E.A. Wright of Philadelphia.  There is a black piece of string that is attached to the side of the card and is in good condition. The card is approximately 4.5in. x 2.25in. and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS2, Box 3. UA 2009.461
Item 5: Opening Dance, 1925
Transferred from College Papers (UA14). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS2, Box 3.
Item 6: Senior Dance, 1926
Transferred from College Papers (UA14). Located in  Dec Obj S2, SS2, Box 3.
Item 7: Final Dance, 1926
Transferred from College Papers (UA14). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS2, Box 3.
Series 2: Decals
Item 1987.081a: William and Mary Logo Stickers and Decals, 1987
One sheet of various WM stickers, including 4 coat of arms, 1 "Go Tribe", 1 "William and Mary" with coat of arms, and 2 tribe logo with feathers and letters WM. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1987.081
Item 1987.081b: William and Mary Logo Stickers and Decals, circa 1920s-1992
Miscellaneous designs, logos, and mottos made for various occasions; some with indian heads, indian mascot, boy-girl indians, coat of arms, seal of the college, society of the alumni, etc. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1987.081 addition.
Item 1994.052: William and Mary Tercentenary Decals, circa 1991-1993
One sheet of decals that were created during the College's Tercentenary Committee that planned various events for William and Mary's 300th Anniversary in 1993. Some of the decals include the College Seal, Tribe, WM with the green and gold feather, W&M, and "300 William and Mary, 1693-1993." The sheet is 8.5in x 11in. All of the decals are still on the original sheet and are in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1994.052
Item  2004.002: William and Mary Window Decal, 2004
One clear window decal measuring 3.75in.x4in. It features the William and Mary cypher and a crown in gold. Gift of Susan Riggs. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 21. UA 2004.002
Item 2010.641: Theta Delta Chi Fraternity Coat of Arms Decal, circa 1978-1982
One sticker decal depicting the coat of arms for the fraternity Theta Delta Chi that was once owned by Charles Kendrick, class of 1982, while a member of the fraternity at the College of William and Mary. The decal features a man standing with a rod next to a black cat on top of a knight's helmet, which is sitting on top of the coat of arms. Underneath the seal is features the fraternity's moto, Our Hearts are United, written in Latin. It is approximately 2.375in. x 3.75in and is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.641
Item 2010.642: Theta Delta Chi Black and Gold Decals, circa 1978-1982
One set of 14 black and gold sticker decals with the Greek letters for the fraternity Theta Delta Chi that once belonged to Charles Kendrick, class of 1982, while a member of the fraternity at the College of William and Mary.  The sheet the decals are on is approximately 2in. x 4.5in. while the individual decals are approximately 0.9375in. x 0.5in. The decals are in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.642
Item 2010.643: Theta Delta Chi Cream, Black, and Gold Decals, circa 1978-1982
2- cream, black, and gold decals with the Greek letters for the fraternity Theta Delta Chi that were once owned by Charles Kendrick, class of 1982, while a member of the fraternity at the College of William and Mary. The are approximately 4.5in x 1.8125in. and are in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA2010.643 a and b
Item 2010.679.1: W&M Tribe Club Window Decals
2 William and Mary "Tribe Club" window decals. "Tribe" and "WM" logos beside the word "CLUB". Laminate on paper, green, yellow. Excellent. Window decals given to members of the William and Mary Tribe Club, the organization for those who donate to William and Mary athletics. 3.25 in. x 5.25 in. Transferred from Box 2 of the Randall S. Hawthorne Papers (UA 5.144). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.679.01ab
Item 563: William and Mary Coat of Arms Decal, 2010
One decal with the College of William and Mary Coat of Arms in green and gold that was given out to individuals who donated money to William and Mary. It is approximately 2.5in. x 4in. and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4.
Series 3: Parking Passes
Item 2010.141a: William and Mary Special Guest Parking Pass, undated
2-cream with blue lettering parking passes for special guests to park in the College Terrace lot at William and Mary.They are 4in x 8in and are in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.141 a
Item 2010.141 b: William and Mary Delegate Parking Pass, undated
2-cream with green lettering parking passes for delegates attending events at William and Mary. The delegates were to park on Richmond Road, west of the Armistead Avenue and the Baptist Lot. They are 4in x 8in  and are in fair condition.Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.141 b
Item 2010.141c: William and Mary Official Party Parking Passes, undated
2-cream with red lettering parking passes given out to members of the official party at events at the College. Members were to park on Richmond Road from College Corner to Armistead Avenue. They are 4in x 8in and are in fair condition . Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4.  UA 2010.141 c
Item 2010.150: William and Mary Faculty/Staff Parking Pass, 2006
One plastic blue and white striped William and Mary 2006-2007 Faculty/Staff parking pass. It contains the William and Mary Cypher and it is number 0507. The pass is 2.75in. x 3.375in. and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.150
Series 4: Memorial Plaques
Item 1980.102: Roy P. Ash Plaque, circa 1953
One plaque that reads "Roy Phillip Ash, 1907-1953 Respected Teacher of Biology College of William and Mary 1935-1953." Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 1980.102
Item 1987.029: Plaques "In Memory of Judge Jeremiah Sullivan", 1929
2-framed plaques, 6in. x 8in., with inscription "In Memory of Judge Jeremiah Sullivan, 1794-1870, Grad of Coll. William and Mary, Presented by Mrs. Algernon Sydney Sullivan and her son George Hammond Sullivan, May 1929." Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 1987.029
Item 1987.096: Algernon Sydney Sullivan Portrait Plaque, 1891
One bronze plaque, 6in.x 5in. with a wooden base, 10in.x 8in., with bust of A. S. Sullivan and inscribed "He was followed with love" and artists name "J.S. Hartley, NY 1981". Note on back explains that this bust is a replica of a tablet portraying Sullivan made for the A. S. Sullivan Memorial Committee in 1891, which depicts Sullivan addressing a jury. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 1987.096
Item 2008.171: L. Tucker Jones Memorial Award Plaque, undated
One bronze plaque, 13in. x 7.75in., with a wooden base, 14.5in. x 12.25in. and inscribed "The L. Tucker Jones Memorial Award 1947. Awarded Annually to the Outstanding Senior Exhibiting High Ideals, Leadership, and Distinction in Men's Intramural Sports." The plaque goes on to list the past winners of the award from 1948-1969. It was given by the Friends of L. Tucker Jones, Professor of Physical Education from 1921-1942. It is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 2008.171
Series 5: Stickers and Bumper Stickers
Item 2007.081: Bumper Stickers
Variety of automobile Bumper Stickers with W&M logo. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2007.081
Item 2009.161: Ultraviolet Ballet Sticker, 2008
One black and white sticker from the band Ultraviolet Ballet. The sticker was used in the exhibit "Ringing Far and Near: Student Music and Song at the College of William and Mary" at the Earl Gregg Swem Library. The members of the band attended the College of William and Mary. The sticker is 5.5in. x 2in. and is in good condition. Gift of Maria Booth, class of 2008. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.161
Item 2009.237: College of William and Mary Sticker with Wren Building, circa 1980s
2-stickers depicting the Wren Building on the campus of the College of William and Mary. They were made by The General Printing Co. of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The sticker has two lines for people to print their name, and on the bottom has "The College of William and Mary" "Chartered in 1693". The sticker is 3inx 2.5in  and is in fine condition with some fading. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.237
Item  2009.238: William and Mary Momogram Sticker, 1986
2-green and white stickers featuring the W and M monogram of the College of William and Mary. The stickers were produced to benefit the Annual Fund at the College of William and Mary. The sticker reads "W&M" and "The College of William and Mary." The sticker is 5.5in x 3in and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.238
Item 2010.165: "Think Green" Bumper Stickers, 2010
2-green bumper stickers with the phrase “think green wm” written in white lettering. The stickers were used to help promote sustainability at the College of William and Mary. They are approximately 7.5in. x 3.75in. and are in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.165 a and b.
Item 2010.403: The Society for the College Bumper Sticker, 2008
One green bumper sticker with "The Society for the College, William and Mary, Tradition. Excellence. Good Governance., www.SocietyForTheCollege.org" written in gold. The sticker was created by The Society for the College and was handed out at the College of William and Mary by alumnus Karla Bruno, a member of the organization. It is approximately 7.5in x 3.5in and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.403
Item 2010.404: Honk For William and Mary Bumper Sticker, 2007
One yellow bumper sticker with the phrase "Honk for William and Mary" and "www.SocietyForTheColle.org" written in green. The sticker was given out at a home William and Mary football game on September 13, 2007 by Karla Bruno and The Society for the College. It is approximately 7.5in. x 3.5in. and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.404
Item 2010.415: Renew Nichol Stickers, February 2008
2-green and white stickers with "Renew Nichol" written on them. They were given out in February 2008 to support Gene R. Nichol as president of the College of William and Mary after his contract was not renewed by the Board of Visitors. They are approximatley 2in. in diameter and are in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.415
Item 2010.644: Take Pride in the Tribe Bumper Sticker, circa 1978-1982
One green and white bumper sticker with the phrase "Take Pride in the Tribe" written across the front that was once owned by Charles Kendrick, class of 1982, while a student at the College of William and Mary. Also on the sticker is the William and Mary logo with two feathers sticking out of the "WM." The sicker was produced by the Army ROTC. It is approximately 11.5in. x 3in. and is in fair condition.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.644
Item 2010.645: Go William and Mary Bumper Sticker, circa 1978-1982
One green and white bumper sticker with the phrase "Go William and Mary" written across the front that was once owned by Charles Kendrick, class of 1982, while a student at the College of William and Mary. The William and Mary logo with two feathers sticking out of the "WM" is on the left-hand side of the sticker. It is in fair condition and is approximately 11.5in. x 3in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.645
Item 2011.56515: Phi Mu Alpha Crest Stickers, circa 1980
2 Phi Mu Alpha crest stickers. Images of the Phi Mu Alpha crest, black, white gold, and red. Excellent. Laminate on paper.  Used as a decal on glass, application instructions included on back. 2.5 in. x 3 in. Transferred upon receipt from the Michael J. Rogan Papers (UA 5.153). Donated by Michael J. Rogan, Class of 1981. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.565.15ab
Item 2011.56516: Phi Mu Alpha Greek Letter Stickers, circa 1980
2 Phi Mu Alpha Greek letter stickers. Decals of Greek letters Phi, Mu, and Alpha, black and gold. Laminate on paper. Good. Used as a decal for glass, application directions on back. 4.5 in. x 1.75 in. Transferred upon receipt from the Michael J. Rogan Papers (UA 5.153). Donated by Michael J. Rogan, Class of 1981. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.565.16ab
Item 2011.700.1: Tribe Pride Bumper Sticker, 1968-2009
A green bumper sticker featuring the pre-2010 William and Mary Logo ("WM" letters with green and gold feathers sticking out) on the right. "Tribe" is written in gold cursive script on the left with "PRIDE" written in white below it. The bumper sticker is in excellent condition and is approximately 11in. (length) x 3in. (width). Transferred upon receipt from the Jim Anthony Papers (Mss. 2011.700, Acc. 2013.200). Gift of Sharon Scruggs, daughter of Jim Anthony. UA 2011.700.01
Item 2012.391.1: Campus Kitchen Sticker, 2012
1 - oval white sticker with black text reading, "THE / CAMPUS KITCHEN / at the COLLEGE of / WILLIAM and MARY." A black and white logo next to the text features a fork, knife, and exclamation point in a rounded black square. The William & Mary student organization, Campus Kitchen of W&M, describes itself as "a student group dedicated to reducing food waste and hunger in the Williamsburg Community. We do this by recovering surplus food from vendors and making it into nutritious meals twice a week. These meals are then delivered directly to about 175 low-income clients weekly. Additionally, we connect to the youth of our partner neighborhoods through programming and field trips." Sticker measures 4.5" (length) x 3" (width). Gift of Susan Riggs. Located in Dec Obj, S2 SS4. UA 2012.391.01
Item 1981.106: Books, 1911
2-copies of Francis Scott Key-Smith, Francis Scott Key, author of the Star spangled banner; what else he was and who (Washington, D.C., Key-Smith and Co., 1911). Books were given as the Francis Scott Key Prize by W&M. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1981.106
Item 1994.066: William and Mary Pocket Calendar, 1983-1984
One brown soft-bound calendar. The words "The College of William and Mary 'The Alma Mater of A Nation' Williamsburg, Virginia  23187" appear on the cover in gold. The calendar is 6.25in. by 3.5in. Located in Dec Obj S2,SS4, Box 13.UA 1994.066
Item 1999.001: Framed Newspaper Article, 1993, 1995
Framed Flat Hat article, 4/23/1993, "Following in the President's Shadow" by Terris Ko, presented to Timothy Jackson Sullivan. Includes note from Ko to Sullivan, dated 3/1995. Terris Ko was president for a day. Transferred from the President's Office Papers Collection (Acc. 1996.014). Located in Art S4. UA 1999.001
Item 2006.010.1: Virginia Maritime Heritage Foundation Invitiation, 2004
A maritime invitation to the christening of the Pilot Schooner Virginia, which is a re-creation of the original 1917 Schooner. The front of the invitation features a white rope tied into a square knot. Within the knot is written "Ties, however, are required" in blue script. The invitation is folded in an accordion style, and the first five panels have depictions of different types of knots to include the "Sheet Bend," "Square Knot," "Bowline," "Figure Eight," and "Clove Hitch." Each knot is appropriately labeled above the depiction in blue block print. The sixth panel includes a description, the time, date and location of the event in blue script. The seventh panel includes a list of special guests for the christening ceremony. The final panel depicts the logo of the Pilot Schooner Virginia. The invitation measures approximately 4in. (length) x 4in. (width). It is in good condition with a neon green outline of the rope on the front of the invitation. There are two stains that look like burn marks on both ends of the rope on the front of the invitation. Transferred from box 9, folder 3 of the Office of the President, Sullivan collection. UA 2006.010.01
Item 2007.054: Swem Library Luggage Tags, circa 2007
2-white luggage tags with maroon script. The tags include the Swem Library window logo, the library website's URL, and this quote from Saint Augustine: "The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page."  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2007.054
Item 2009.186: Hollowed Out Colonial Echo, 2005
One Colonial Echo yearbook that has been hallowed out. The volume could have been used to hold an item. The book was found in the Swem Library Stacks. It is 12in (length)x9.5in (width) and is in good condition. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/3509906571/, http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/3509906455/, and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/3509906377/.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.186
Item 2011.535.1: Joe Neilson's Letter to the Presidential Search Committee, November 25, 1991
A wooden plaque with a letter printed on the front. The letter is on a parchment background that is outlined in gold. The text is in black script font.  The letter encourages the 1991 William and Mary Presidential Search Committee to select a president who will not only perform in the position well, but will also represent the College in every aspect. The letter is signed "With respect and confidence, Joe Neilson, Class of 1967." Joe Neilson was a member of the William and Mary Varsity Football team. Transferred from Athletics Department (Football). UA 2011.535.01
Item 2011.584.4: Virginia Association of Chapters of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity (VACAPAF) Luggage Tag, 1999
Black vinyl luggage tag. Front printed in gold lettering with "VACAPAF, 1999." The Virginia Association of Chapters of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. was a district that represented 37 alumni and college chapters in the state of Virginia and emphasized the aims of the fraternity. Luggage Tag measures 5.5 in. (length) x 2.625 in. (width). Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113456107/ and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113456387/. Gift of Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Pi Chapter. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2011.584.04
Classification 5: Exchange Media
Artifacts originally created to be used as media of exchange, such as currency, or as a means of obtaining specific goods and services, such as admission tickets, coupons, postage stamps, or tokens.
Item 1981.106: Silver Dollar Belonging to John Blair, 1798
This silver dollar has Miss Liberty on the front and an eagle on the reverse. A letter describing the coin and current events has been filed with Library Correspondence. Gift of Mrs. William Greene, granddaughter of John Blair. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 8. UA 1981.106
Item 1994.031: Theta Delta Chi Credit Card, 1992
One Visa Classic credit card issued by the 1st Tennessee Bank and promoted through the fraternity as an "affinity" card. The card is labelled with "Theta Delta Chi Fraternity" and has a black, white, and blue logo shaped like a flag. These cards were set up to give a certain percentage of the profits to the fraternity. This card belonged to Charles L. Kendrick. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 10.  UA1994.031
Item 1999.035: Silver Coins, 1693
3-English coins (a six pence, a half crown, and a shilling) from 1693. The coins are framed  together and rest in green lucite.  They were given to the College in 1982 and transferred from the Muscarelle Museum to the Archives in 1995. Gift of William S. Hubard (class of 1946).  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 22. UA 1999.035
Item 2009.247: English Five Guinea Coin, 1692
One gold five guinea coin from England that bears the likenesses of King William and Queen Mary on the obverse. In 1692, five guineas was an equivalent of 20 shillings, a substantial sum of money. On the obverse of the coin, there is an inscription that reads "Gulielmus Et Maria Dei Gratia," which means William and Mary through the Grace of God. The reverse of the coin contains four crowned cruciform shields bearing the arms of England, Scotland, France and Ireland. The reverse is inscribed with the phrase "MAG BR FR ET HIE REX ET REGINA." The coin is approximately 1.5in. in diameter and is in good condition. Gift of Mrs. Gwendoline Mackreth. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.247
Item 2009.249: Coronet Head Large Cent Coin, 1817
One copper U.S. large cent that features the Coronet Head style that was made from 1816-1839. The penny was found on the campus of William and Mary, next to the library on January 15, 1929. The obverse of the coin has a woman's head with 13 stars surrounding her. The reverse shows a wreath with "One Cent" written in the middle of the wreath. Surrounding the wreath are the words "United States of America." The coin is approximately 1.0625in. in diameter and is in poor condition with signs of wear and corrosion. Gift of Eugene B. Hallan. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 25. UA 2009.249
Item 2009.251: English Half Pence Coin, 1694
One copper English half pence coin that was found in Williamsburg, Virginia. The obverse of the coin contains a representation of King William III and Mary II with the phrase "Gulielmus Et Maria" surrounding the busts. The reverse of the coin features a woman siting in a chair with a shield and spear. On one side of the reverse is written "Britain" and on the other side is "NIA." The coin is approximately 1in. in diameter and is in poor condition with evidence of erosion and heavy wear. Gift of William E. Bozarth. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1,Box 25. UA  2009.251
Classification 6: Personal Symbols
Artifacts originally created to communicate a particular personal belief, opinion, achievement, status, rank, occupation, membership, office, or identity.  This classification includes articles of adornment or clothing worn primarily for their symbolism; these objects may be assigned additional terms from Category 3 to ensure appropriate cross-indexing.  A personal symbol differs from a ceremonial artifact in that it expresses individual ideas, not the ideas of a group, or it communicates the relationship of individuals to a group.
Sub-classification 1: Achievement Symbols
Artifacts that convey social recognition of achievements by individuals or groups of people.
Series 1: F.H.C. Medals
Item 1978.003.1: F.H.C. Medal of Professor Harold Lees Fowler, circa 1938
One silver medal with extensive embroidering. On the front there are the initials "F.H.C" and the year 1750 in Roman Numerals. On the back there is a crest with latin "sta bilitas et fides." The medal was donated by Mrs. Harold L. Fowler. Professor Fowler was a faculty F.H.C. member. This is medal #1170. Located in Decorative Object S2 SS1, Box 5. UA 1978.003.1
Item 1980.067: F.H.C. Medal, circa 1750-1770s
This is the oldest medal of the F.H.C. Society in the University Archives' holdings. It is silver and circular, with a small hole at the top. An ornate "FHC"  and "Nov. XI MDCCL" is engraved on the obverse, and a coat of arms is engraved on the reverse. November 11, 1750, is the founding date of the F.H.C. Society. Gift of Otis M. Geddy. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 7. UA 1980.067
Item 1986.021.1: F.H.C. Medal of William G. Guy, circa 1924-1928
One silver medal with a green and gold ribbon attached that was given to William G. Guy when he was a member of the FHC Society at the College of William and Mary. An ornate "FHC" and "Nov. XI MDCCL" is engraved on the obverse, and a coat of arms is engraved on the reverse. The medal is 1.25in. in diameter and is in fair condition with some evidence of corrosion. Gift of Alfred Armstrong. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1986.021.1
Item 1994.080.1: F.H.C. Medal of J. Wilfred Lambert, undated
One silver medal with a green and gold ribbon attached from the F.H.C. Society that was owned by William and Mary psychology professor and administrator J. Wilford Lambert. An ornate "FHC" and "Nov. XI MDCCL" is engraved on the obverse, and two hands shaking with the Latin words "Sta Bilitas Et Fides". The medal is 1.125in.  in diameter and the ribbon is approximately 13in. long. The medal is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 24. UA 1994.080.1
Series 2: Botetourt Medals
Item 1980.069: Copper Striking of Botetourt Medal, circa 1772
One circular, copper dipped tinned striking medal of the Botetourt medal struck from the original dies by Thomas Pingo at the Royal Mint circa 1772. The obverse has a profile of George III and the legend "Regnante Georgio Tertio MVSIS AMICO QVESTIUM MERITIS." The reverse shows a kneeling James Blair receiving the college charter from a seated William III and a standing Mary II. The legend reads "GVL et MAR. TRADVNT BLARD CHART COL ANNO REGNI QVARTO." Medal diameter is 1.75in. In very good condition. The number of copper medals struck is unknown but probably exceeds the number of gold medals (eight) actually awarded to students. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 7. UA1980.069. Identical to Acc. 1983.031 and Acc. 2005.024.
Item  1981.013: Botetourt Medal, 1941
One medal, 1.5in. in diameter, which belonged to Forrest D. Murden, Jr. He received this medal along with the Society of the Cincinnati Medal (Acc. 1981.012) in 1941 at Commencement. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 12. UA 1981.013
Item 1983.031: Copper Striking of Botetourt Medal, circa 1772
One circular medal (not tinned) struck from the original dies by Thomas Pingo at the Royal Mint circa 1772. The obverse has a profile of George III and the legend "Regnante Georgio Tertio MVSIS AMICO QVESTIUM MERITIS." The reverse shows a kneeling James Blair receiving the College charter from a seated King William III and a standing Queen Mary II. The legend reads "GVL et MAR. TRADVNT BLARD CHART COL ANNO REGNI QVARTO." The number of copper medals struck is unknown, but probably exceeds the number of gold medals (eight) actually awarded to students. Diameter of medal is 1.6875in. Identical to UA 1980.069 and UA 2005.024. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 14. UA 1983.031
Item 2005.024: Copper Striking of Botetourt Medal, circa 1772
One circular medal struck from the original dies by Thomas Pingo at the Royal Mint circa 1772. The obverse has a profile of George III and the legend "Regnante Georgio Tertio MVSIS AMICO QVESTIUM MERITIS." The reverse shows a kneeling James Blair receiving the college charter from a seated William III and a standing Mary II. The legend reads "GVL et MAR. TRADVNT BLARD CHART COL ANNO REGNI QVARTO." The number of copper medals struck is unknown but probably exceeds the number of gold medals (eight) actually awarded to students. Purchased from Spink & Sons Ltd. of London by the donor's family. Identical to UA 1983.031 and UA 1980.069. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 20. UA 2005.024
Series 3: Brafferton Prizes and Medals
Item 1980.059: Brafferton Prize, 1892
One round gold medal, the obverse of which has a portrait of King William III and Queen Mary II and says "College of William and Mary." The reverse reads "Brafferton Prize for Scholarship.  Awarded to Robert H Tucker 1892 School of Pedagogics." Gift of Miss A. Tucker of Halifax, VA. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 5. UA1980.059
Item 1982.026: Brafferton Medal, 1890
One  gold medal awarded to Dudley Redwood Coles  as the Brafferton Prize for Scholarship in the School of Pedagogies. The prize was given to Cowles in 1890 for being the best student teacher. Cowles presented it to the College in 1948 upon receiving his Doctor of Laws. The obverse of the medal shows King William III and Queen Mary II in profile. The reverse bears the inscription "Brafferton Prize for Scholarship Awarded to Dudley Redwood Cowles. School of Pedagogies." Located in Decorative Objects S2,  SS1, Box 13. UA 1982.026
Item 1982.027: Brafferton Medals, circa 1890
2-proofs of the Brafferton Medal awarded to the best student teacher. The obverse has portraits of King William III and Queen Mary II in profile, and the reverse reads "Brafferton Prize for Scholarship Awarded to [...] School of Pedagogies." Diameter of medals is 1.4375in. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 14. UA 1982.027
Series 4: Phoenix and Philomathean Society Medals
Item 1980.070: Phoenix and Philomathean Societies Oratory Medal, 1907
One gold-colored medal owned by George Oscar Ferguson. The medal has the Greek temple seal of the College on the obverse and a copper-colored band with the legend. On the reverse is the legend "Phoenix and Philomathean Literary Societies Oratory G.O. Ferguson, Jr. 1907." Medal is 1.06in. in diameter. In good condition. Gift of W.C. Ferguson. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 7.  UA 1980.070
Item 1980.071: Phoenix Literary Society Oratory Medal, 1905
One gold-colored medal owned by George Oscar Ferguson. The medal has an ornate cipher of the College on the obverse, surrounded by a copper border with a scrollwork bracket. The reverse has the words "Phoenix Literary Society" on the copper border with the legend "ORATORY G.O. Ferguson, Jr. 1905." Medal is 1in. in diameter. The medal is in good condition. Gift of W.C. Ferguson. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 7. UA 1980.071
Item 1980.072: Phoenix and Philomathean Societies Debate Medal, 1907
One copper-colored medal awarded to George Oscar Ferguson and Gaius Livius Haddon Johnson. The obverse depicts a building, the head of a bird, and a star with the words "Phoenix and Philomathean Literary Societies." The reverse says "Richmond College vs William and Mary Debate G.O. Ferguson, Jr. G.L.H. Johnson 1907." Medal is 1.125in diameter. In good condition. Gift of W.C. Ferguson. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 7. UA 1980.072
Item  1980.073: Phoenix and Philomathean Societies Essay Medal, 1906-1907
One large, copper-colored medal owned by George Oscar Ferguson, Jr. The medal has a very ornate cipher of the College on the obverse with the words"Phoenix and Philomathean Literary Societies." The reverse shows a laurel wreath enclosing the words "For the Best Essay Session 1906-07. G.O. Ferguson, Jr." Medal is 1.5in. diameter. In good condition. Gift of W.C. Ferguson. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 7. UA 1980.073
Item 1980.075: Phoenix and Philomathean Literary Societies Essay Medal, 1913
One large, copper-colored medal owned by Arthur W. James. The medal has a very ornate cipher of the College on the obverse with the words"Phoenix and Philomathean Literary Societies." The reverse shows a laurel wreath enclosing the words "For the Best Essay  Las Mariposas Arthur W. James 1913." Medal is 1.5625in. in diameter. In good condition. Gift of Arthur W. James of Chatanooga, TN. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 7. UA1980.075
Item 1984.044: Philomathean Society Medal, 1892
One ornate gold medal on a black ribbon, awarded to John Rochelle Lee Johnson. One side is inscribed "Philomathean Literary Society, College of William & Mary, Session 1891-92." The other is inscribed "JRL Johnson, Orator." Medal diameter is 1.5in. Gift of J.R.L. Johnson, Jr. and  Bruce Johnson. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 14. UA1984.044
Item 1990.026: Phoenix Literary Society Debate Medal, 1912
One small gold medal owned by Charles Harmon Schepmoes. It has "Phoenix Literary Society William & Mary College" written on the front and "Improvement in Debate C.H. Schepmoes 1912" on the back. Gift of Mrs. Charles Schepmoes. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 15. UA 1990.026
Item 1990.027: Phoenix Literary Society Debate Medal, 1913
One small, round, gold medal owned by Charles Harmon Schepmoes. The front features the Greek temple form of the College seal. The back is engraved with "Phoenix Literary Society, Excellence in Debate, C.H. Schepmoes 1913." Gift of Mrs. Charles Schepmoes. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 15. UA 1990.027
Series 5: Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards
Item 1983.104: Algernon Sydney Sullivan Plaque of John Stewart Bryan, undated
One plaque awarded by University of Virginia to John Stewart Bryan, wooden frame, roughly 10in. x 16in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 1983.104
Item 1983.105: Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award of Robert Morton Hughes, undated
One framed plaque, 10in. x 16in. awarded by the College of William and Mary. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 1983.105
Item 1983.106: Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, undated
Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, 10in. x 16in. framed. Awarded by the College of William and Mary, with no name inscribed. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 1983.106
Item 1983.110: Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award, undated
Plaque and certificate (2 pieces, chained together) from the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award Committee of the New York Southern Society. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 1983.110
Series 6: Other Achievement Awards
Item 1978.005: Delta Delta Delta Award, circa 1948-64
One bronze award plaque on wood for an Outstanding Student in Freshman Chemistry. It is 14.5in x 9.5in.Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1978.005
Item 1978.013a: John Blair, Jr. Award Plaque, 1978
One award plaque presented to the college on 12 Feb. 1978 by the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free, and Accepted Masons of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Plaque also discusses a medal that accompanied the award, which was given to the Alumni Society. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 1978.013
Item 1980.058: Benjamin Ewell Award, 1894
One round gold medal, the obverse of which shows the granting of the Charter for the College of William and Mary. The reverse says "In Honor of Benjamin S. Ewell Awarded to Robert H. Tucker 1894 for Excellence in Mathematics." Gift of Miss A. Tucker of Halifax, VA. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 5. UA 1980.058
Item 1980.104: Flight Club Trophy, 1935
Presented in 1935 "commemorating flying by the William and Mary Flight Club." The trophy has a black base with a silver eagle and airplane at the top and silver plates on each side listing members, officers, instructors, and awards won. Image available at  http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/462231373/. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1980.104
Item 1980.107: John Lesslie Hall Trophy, 1930-32
One trophy presented to Elliot Healy (1930), Dwight Brown (1931), and George Brooks (1932). Large brass-colored cup painted black. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1980.107
Item 1984.026: Certificate of Appreciation from the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company, 1960
One certificate signed by the Board of Directors of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company, expressing their appreciation to WM and Colonial Williamsburg for use of their facilities during annual meetings; certificate has illuminated letters. It is 10in x13in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1984.026
Item 1984.039: Writing Award, 1984
Writing award winners, 1984; winners of the four writing awards (Goronwy Owen Poetry Prize, Glenwood Clark Fiction Prize, Tiberius Gracchus Jones Literary Prize, and the Howard Scammon Drama Prize) presented at commencement May 1984. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 1984.039
Item 1984.042: Writing Award, 1985
Writing award winners, 1985; winners of the four writing awards (Goronwy Owen Poetry Prize, Glenwood Clark Fiction Prize, Tiberius Gracchus Jones Literary Prize, and the Howard Scammon Drama Prize) presented at 1985 commencement. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3.  UA 1984.042
Item 1986.003: American Legion Certificate of Appreciation, 1980
One certificate laminated onto a wooden plaque, 14in. x 11in., presented to the college for its help with the 43rd Annual National High School Oratorical Contest. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 1986.003
Item 1986.018: Phi Alpha Plaques, 1946, 1950
2-plaques, 10in. x 12in., proclaiming Phi Alpha winner of the National Relations Award, 1945-46 and 1950. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 1986.018
Item 1986.021.1: Spelling Pin of William G. Guy, undated
One gold spelling pin that was once owned by William and Mary student William G. Guy. The obverse of the pin contains an open book and a lamp with the sun's rays coming from it. In the middle of the book and the lamp is the word "Spelling." The pin is approximately 0.5in.  x 0.625in. and is in fair condition. Gift of Alfred Armstrong. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1.UA 1986.021.10
Item 1998.009: Vernon L. Nann Sullivan Award Plaque, 1950
2-piece plaque, top is wood with a plaster bass relief which hangs from a framed award certificate. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 1998.009
Item 1998.074: FirstSearch Plaque, 1991
One plaque, 5.75in.x8in., given to Swem Library from FirstSearch for serving as a test site for the catalog. It is accompanied by a thank you letter from John A. Hearty. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3, Box 1. UA 1998.074
Item 1998.094: Certificate, April 13, 1994
Certificate of Appreciation by the Greater Williamsburg Area, April 13, 1994, recognizing Timothy Jackson Sullivan for his leadership and support of volunteerism. 11in. x 14in., mounted. Located Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 1998.094
Item 2004.015: American Institute of Architects Award of Excellence Award, 2001
The Washington Chapter of the American Institute of Architects Award of Excellence to Sir Christopher Wren Building, Presentation, Renewal, and Replacement for Extraordinary Achievement in Historic Resources, Nov. 10, 2001. 11in. x 14in., off white with black print. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 2004.015
Item 2007.024: Kappa Delta, Alpha Pi Chapter Sorority, Certificate, May 11, 1942
One framed certificate of Elaine Lewis upon her initiation into Kappa Delta, Alpha Pi Chapter; signed by Clementine Newman Militzer, Edna Sommerfeld, and Pauline M. Reynolds; approximately 6in. x 8in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 2007.024
Item 2009.268: Framed Phi Mu Initiation Certificate of Martha Carter Brent, February 19, 1927
One framed Phi Mu sorority initiation certificate that was given to College student Martha Carter. The frame is made of wood and is painted gold. The certificate reads "Founded January 4, 1852. Phi Mu Fraternity. This certifies that Mattie Carter was initiated February 19, 1927 by Gamma Alpha Chapter and is entitled to all the rights and priviledges of this Fraternity." There is a seal on the bottom-left corner of the certificate with a stack of books and a lamp on top that reads "Phi Mu Fraternity Founded 1852." The frame is approximately 7.25 in. x 9.25 in. The certificate is in fair condition with some fading and the frame has some chips in the paint. Gift of Charles Miller. Located in Art S4. UA 2009.268
Item 2009.287: Panhellenic Scholarship Award Plate, 1961-1965
One silver plate engraved with the winning sorority each semester for the Panhellenic Scholarship Award at the College of William and Mary. The Greek letters for the winning sorority for each semester is engraved into the plate. The back of the plate is engraved with "Gorham Sterling 124." The plate is approximately 5.25inx 9in and is in fair condition with several scratches. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.287
Item 2009.288: Panhellenic Scholarship Award Plate, 1966-1970
One silver plate engraved with the winning sorority each semester for the Panhellenic Scholarship Award at the College of William and Mary. The Greek letters for the winning sorority for each semester is engraved into the plate. The back of the plate is engraved with "Gorham Sterling 124."  The plate is approximately 5.25in x 9in. The plate is in poor condition with several scratches and pitted tarnish all over the dish. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.288
Item 2009.291: Framed Certificate for Appointment to the Board of Visitors for J. Edward Zollinger, March 8, 1974
One framed certificate of appointment to the William and Mary Board of Visitors for J. Edward Zollinger, Class of 1927, by Virginia Governor Mills E. Godwin, Jr. The appointment was for a term of four years ending March 6, 1978. The seal of Virginia is in the bottom left-hand corner. The framed certificate is approximately 12 in. x 16 in. and is in good condition. Gift of Frances Zollinger White. Located in Art S4. UA 2009.291
Item 2009.295: Framed Certificate for Appointment to the Board of Visitors for J. Edward Zollinger, July 1, 1966
One framed certificate of appointment to the William and Mary Board of Visitors for J. Edward Zollinger, Class of 1927 and member of William and Mary’s Board of Visitors from 1966-1976, by Virginia Governor Mills E. Godwin, Jr. The appointment was for a term of four years ending March 6, 1970. The seal of Virginia is in the bottom left-hand corner. The framed certificate is approximately 13 in. x 16 in. and is in good condition. Gift of Frances Zollinger White. Located in Art S4. UA 2009.295
Item 2009.296: Framed Certificate for Appointment to the Board of Visitors for J. Edward Zollinger, September 24, 1971
One framed certificate of appointment to the William and Mary Board of Visitors for J. Edward Zollinger, Class of 1927 and member of William and Mary’s Board of Visitors from 1966-1976, by Virginia Governor Linwood Holton. The appointment was for a term of four years ending March 6, 1974. The seal of Virginia is in the bottom left-hand corner. The framed certificate is approximately 13 in. x 16 in. and is in good condition. Gift of Frances Zollinger White. Located in Art S4. UA 2009.296
Item 2009.521: College of William and Mary Leading Women Athletes Award, 1923-1931

Piece of paper on cardboard listing the names of William and Mary's leading women athletes from 1923-24 to 1930-1931 academic years. The list is as follows:

1923-1924 - Caroline Sinclair, Charlotte Best, Mabel Davis

1924-1925 - Charlotte Best, Katherine Armstrong, Ellen Moody

1925-1926 - Marjorie Carter, Anna Wilkins

1926-1927 - Anna Wilkins, Gene Miles, Sallie Cogle

1927-1928 - Cena De Shago, Nancy Burke, Carrie Curle Sinclair

1928-1929 - Nancy Burke, Helen Osmond, Elizabeth Tanner

1929-1930 - Agnes Winn, Charlotte King, Nancy Johnston - Lois Roberts

1930-1931 - Lois Roberts, Agnes Winn, Vivian Dryer

The top of the "C" in "College of William and Mary" at the top of the page is shaped like the College seal in green and gold. There is a silver "W" in front of a gold "M" inside a circle at the bottom of the page. It is in fair condition with some fading along the corners. It is approximately 14in. x 20in.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 2009.521

Item 2010.569: J. Wilfred Lambert Retirement Badge, circa 1980
One sterling silver variation on the College of William and Mary Coat of Arms with the sun at the top of the seal smiling. Attached to the seal is a depiction of a watering can. Both the watering can and seal are attached to a green chain made of ribbon. The badge was given to J. Wilfred Lambert, longitme professor and College administrator, on his retirement from William and Mary. The badge is 2.75in.x 3in. and the chain is approximately 14.5in. long. It is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2010.569
Item 2011.003: Theta Delta Chi Achievement Award Plate, August 14, 1982
One silver plate that was used for an achievement award given out by the Theta Delta Chi fraternity at their 135th Annual Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana. The plate is inscribed "Thomas L. Jordan, Epsilon '24, Theta Delta Chi Achievement Award, 135th Annual Convention, New Orleans, August 14, 1982." The award was given to Charles L. Kendrick, III, class of 1982 and 1995. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 2011.003
Item 2011.155: William and Mary Gymnastics Award For David Brown, 1975-1978
Dimensions: 7in.X9in.  Condition: Good with a few scratches and a nick on the bottom right corner. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 2011.155
Item 2011.535.2: Atlantic 10 Football All-Conference Team Plaque, 1999
A shadow box plaque that features a black background. A silver plate that has "Atlantic 10 Football" engraved on it is set against the black background. The "0" in the "10" is a football. Below this is another silver plate that has "1999 Football Second Team All-Conference." engraved on it. There is a gold adhesive tag on the back of the black that has "CROWN TROPHY / Marketplace s/c RT.70E/Cherry Hill, NJ 08003/ (609) 489-9884" in black. This plaque, as well as another one, was awarded to Mike Beverly and Khari Reynolds, football players under Coach Jimmye Laycock, who had been named to the Atlantic 10 Football All-Conference Team. The plaque measures approximately 12.5in. (width) x 15.25in. (length) and is in excellent condition. There is a 2.5in. hollowed out tree ring on the bottom left on the back of the plaque, as well as approximatelly 1.25in. of chipping on the top left. Transferred from the Athletics Department (Football). UA 2011.535.02
Item 2014.029.1: Hampton Bar Association Recognition Plaque to Hunter B. Andrews, 1997
A black rectangular plaque that has gold writing  engraved on it. The back of the plaque is gold. The plaque was presented to Hunter B. Andrews by the Hampton Bar Association in recognition of 50 years of service as an attorney. The plaque measures approximately 8in. (length) x 6in. (width) and is in good condition. There are four holes in each corner of the plaque where it once was fastened to something else. There are numerous finger and palm print marks on the front of the plaque, the most noticeable of which is an approximately 0.25in. finger print on the left side of the plaque near the middle. There is an approximately 1.5in. scratch on the front of the plaque in the top right corner along with smaller scratches in that same corner. There are also numerous abrasions on the top of the back of the plaque. Finally, there is a white piece of paper stuck to the back of the plaque with some brown glue. Transferred from box 3, folder 1 of the Hunter B. Andrews Papers. UA 2014.029.001
Series 7: Other Achievement Medals/Medallions
Item 1978.013b: John Blair, Jr. Framed Award and Medal, 1978
One silver frame, 4.3in. x 5.5in., with the award and medal, frame inscibed with "Presented to the College of William and Mary by the W.M. Grand Lodge, A.F. and A.M., Commonwealth of Virginia Bicentennial Communication, Williamsburg, Virginia, Febrary 13, 1978". Medal is nearly 2in. in diameter and suspended from a bar. Medal contains a bust of Blair and words "John Blair Junior Award", other side bears the masonic symbol and name of the college with Feb. 13, 1978. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS3. UA 1978.013 addition.
Item 1980.068: Alumni Medallion, 1934
One large bronze medallion with a raised design of the Wren Building, the College coat-of-arms, and the date "1693" surrounded by the phrases "The College of William and Mary in Virginia" and "Wise and True and Just." The design on the reverse is of a laurel wreath and a burning lamp with the words "Alumni Award to [space]  for service and loyalty." This is the first Alumni Medallion struck. It rests in a box that is green, gold, and silver. The medallion is 2.75in. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 6. UA 1980.068
Item 1980.076: Virginia State Intercollegiate Oratorical Association Medal, 1913
One circular, gold-colored medal owned by Arthur W. James. The medal has a very ornate bracket on the top. The obverse shows a rendition of the Virginia state seal, with mountains and a sun formed of a diamond-like stone in the background. The motto is in copper. The reverse says "Awarded to Arthur Wilson James" around the border, and "As champion in the 23rd annual contest of the Virginia State Oratorical Association May 2, 1913" in the center. Medal is 1.1875in.  in diameter. In good condition. Gift of Arthur W. James of Chatanooga, TN. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 7. UA 1980.076
Item 1981.012: Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Virginia Medal, 1941
One brass medal, 2in. in diameter, which belonged to Forrest D. Murden, Jr. He received this medal along with the Botetourt Medal (Acc. 1981.013) in 1941 at Commencement. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 8. UA 1981.012
Item 1982.028: Benjamin Ewell Medal, circa 1893
One proof of the Benjamin Ewell Medal given to outstanding students of mathematics. The obverse shows a kneeling James Blair before a seated King William III and standing Queen Mary II. The reverse reads "In Honor of Benjamin S. Ewell. For Excellence in Mathematics." Medal diameter is 1.3125in. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 14. UA 1982.028
Item 1985.053: Winfield Scott Medal, circa 1848
One bronze medal, 3.5in. in diameter. It is one of five struck from the die of a gold medal presented to General Winfield Scott by the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1848. The obverse shows Scott; the reverse has a column labeled "1848, Mexico," the names of various Mexican War battles, and the legend "Fecit Quod Cogitavit" ("he did what he thought"). Gift of Robert M. Hughes of Norfolk, VA.  Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 13. UA 1985.053
Item 1985.064: Thomas Jefferson Medal, 1921
One bronze medal, 2in. in diameter, issued by the University of Virginia in 1921 to honor Thomas Jefferson. The obverse has a profile of Jefferson and the inscription "Haec Olim Meminisse Ivvabit" ("One day he will help us to remember these things"). The reverse has the University of Virginia seal. The medal is in a blue leather case marked "W. Kendrick's Sons. Louisville, KY." Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 14. UA 1985.064
Item 1989.013: Olde Guarde Medallion, 1975
One pewter-colored medallion, 1.5in. in diameter, on a yellow and green ribbon. it bears the College coat-of-arms and the inscription "1693, The Olde Guarde, 1975, Their Majesties' Royall  Colledge in Virginia." Olde Guarde medallions are awarded to alumni who are past their fiftieth reunion. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 16. UA1989.013
Item 1991.035: Society of the Cincinnati Medal, 1939
One round gold medal, 2.25in. in diameter, awarded to James H. Bailey by the Society of the Cincinnati in Virginia for his essay "Peter Francisco, Washington's One-Man Regiment." One side of the medal features the Greek temple form of the college seal. The other features the emblem of the Society. There is also a turquoise velvet ribbon that was later attached by Bailey, but which was not part of the award. Gift of James H. Bailey. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 18. UA 1991.035
Item 1991.084.3: Joseph Agee UN "Korea" Medal, 1951-1953
One gold circular pendant with UN emblem; blue and white striped ribbon with a gold bar that says "Korea." The medal was given to Joseph Agee. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 10. UA 1991.084.3
Item 1991.084.4: Joseph Agee "National Defense" Medal, 1951-1953
One gold circular pendant with a bald eagle, "National Defense," with a red and gold ribbon that once belonged to Joseph Agee. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 10. UA 1991.084.4
Item 1994.080.4: Alumni Award Medallion of J. Wilfred Lambert, 1960
One bronze medallion presented to J. Wilfred Lambert by the College of William and Mary for his service and loyalty to the College. The front of the medal has a lamp at the top of the medal and a laurel wreath at the bottom. It is inscribed "Alumni Award to J. Wilfred Lambert '27 for Service and Loyalty 1960." On the reverse, there is a depiction of the Wren Building with the College Seal and the date 1693. Along the border of the reverse reads "The College of William and Mary in Virginia" and "Wise and True and Just." The medal is  2.75in. in diameter and is  in good condition. Transferred from the J. Wilfred Lambert Papers (UA 6.067). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1994.080.4
Item 1998.059: Olde Guarde Medallion, 1984
One round medallion, 1.5in. in diameter, on a yellow and green ribbon. The medal has the College coat-of-arms in the center and the words "1693 The Olde Guarde 1975 Their Majesties' Royall Colledge in Virginia" around the perimeter. The back is blank. Gift of the Alumni Society. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 19. UA 1998.059
Item 1999.100: PDA Medal, late 18th century
One original PDA medal. It is silver with clasped hands and "mentem Spectato" on one side and PDA March 12, 1773 on the other. The medal is believed to have belonged to Maj. John Hartwell Cocke. It is 1.125in. long with a bit of the edge broken off, possibly where the ring was attached to hang the medal on a ribbon. It is the only known medal in existance. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 25. UA 1999.100
Item 2008.005.3: Olde Guarde Medallion of Mary Mackey Sainsbury, circa 1990
One pewter-colored medallion that given to Mary Mackey Sainsbury by the Society of the Alumni at the College of William and Mary. The medal is approximately 1.5in. in diameter on a yellow and green ribbon. It bears the College coat-of-arms and the inscription "1693, The Olde Guarde, 1975, Their Majesties' Royall Colledge in Virginia." Olde Guarde medallions are awarded to alumni who are past their fiftieth reunion. The medal is in good condition. Gift of Mary Sainsbury. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2008.005.3
Item 2011.226: Undergraduate Honor Council Commencement Medallion, 2011
One nickel medallion given to graduating members of the Undergraduate Honor Council at the College of William and Mary to wear during Commencement. The Spring 2011 Commencement ceremony is the first time the medallion was worn. The obverse of the medallion features the Wren Building with Thomas Jefferson's signature below, and "William and Mary Honor Council" engraved around the edges. The reverse of the medallion features a law scale of justice and "Est. 1779". The medallion is attached to a white ribbon that is approximately 1.5in. long, while the medallion itself is in good condition and is approximately 1.25in. in diameter.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2011.226
Item 2011.561: President's Aide Medal, circa 1940-1960
One pewter circle medal with green and yellow ribbon. Medal obverse features the college seal with buildings and sun with human face. The medal reverse has a classically inspired theme with three men kneeling before seated female figure.  Text around the upper edge reads 'AIDE TO THE PRESIDENT - COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY.' 'M.B. WILSON' is engraved on small block at the base of the classical figures. Medal in good condition with slight darkening/discoloration on the side with text. Ribbon is in fair condition with discoloration on the green side; ribbon is not sewn at the top and has no fastening mechanism. Medal is 1.25in. in diameter and 3.125in. in length with ribbon. Transferred from Alumni Association. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2011.561
Sub-classification 2: Belief Symbol
Personal artifacts, usually worn or carried, that express an individual's thoughts, opinions, convictions, allegiances, interests, or attitudes.
Item 1985029.04: William M. Tuck Political Pin, circa 1945
One blue pin. "Tuck" is written in yellow on the front with two decorative swipes on the top and bottom. There is a piece of paper inside the back of the pin. "Buttons $1.00 per 100 ST. LOUIS BUTTONS St. Louis" is written in red on the paper. The pin is 0.25in. in diameter and is in good condition. There is corrosion on the top right rim on the back of the pin and a missing element: the hook for the sharp needle to attach to. Transferred from Leah James's scrapbook, Box 2 of the Arthur W. and Leah James Scrapbooks (UA 5.065/1985.29). UA 1985.029.04
Item 2009.079: Novak for Vice President Law School Button, 2008
One aluminum button which was used during an election for a student organization at the Marshall-Wythe School of Law of the College of William and Mary. The button is red, white, and blue with "NOVAK FOR Vice President" in white lettering. The button is 2.25in. in diameter and is in good condition.  Lcoated in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA  2009.079
Item 2010.400: One College Under Glass Button, circa 2007-2008
One yellow aluminum button with "One College Under Glass" in green, and a book with depictions of the William and Mary feather, the Millington Cross, and Rodin's "The Thinker" with the phrase "The New William and Mary?". The button was collected by William and Mary alumnus Karla Bruno from students on campus during the Wren Cross situation at William and Mary. It is approximately 3in. in diameter and is in good condition.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA  2010.400
Item 2010.401: I Heart Nichol Button, circa 2007-2008
One green aluminum button with "I [heart] Nichol.com" written in white. The button was collected by alumnus Karla Bruno from students at the College of William and Mary. It is approximately 2.25in. in diameter and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2010.401
Item 2010.414.2: George H.W. Bush and Dan Quayle Presidential Campaign Pin, 1992
One gold-colored pin that was given out to donors of the Bush/Quayle Presidential Campaign that gave one thousand dollars. The pin once belonged to Rene Henry, class of 1954 at the College of William and Mary. It is approximately 1in. x 0.5in. and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 25. UA  2010.414.2
Item 2010.414.3: George H.W. Bush Presidential Campaign Pin, 1988
One gold-colored pin that was given out to donors of the Bush Presidential Campaign that gave one thousand dollars. The pin once belonged to Rene Henry, class of 1954 at the College of William and Mary. The pin is approximately 1in. x 0.5in. and is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 25. UA 2010.414.3
Item 2010.416: Support Gene Nichol Ribbon, February 2008
One green and gold satin ribbon that was used at a sit-in in the University Center at the College of William and Mary to support President Gene R. Nichol after his contract was not renewed by the Board of Visitors. It is approximatley 5in.(length) and in good condition.Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4.  UA 2010.416
Item 2011.584.3: Kemp Campaign Button, circa 2007
One black and yellow campaign button. This button was worn in support of Dennis G. Kemp, Sr. of Laurel, Maryland who ran for 25th Eastern Region Vice President of Alpha Phi Alpha in 2007. He was elected to the office, and served on the fraternity’s Board of Directors and as the chief executive officer of the Eastern Region. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/7113455497/. Gift of Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Pi Chapter. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2011.584.03
Item 2014020.3a: Buttons from Terry McAuliffe Campaign, September 25, 2013
A button with a yellow background that has "I <3 T-MAC" in blue on the front. The button was made in order to show the W&M Young Democrat's support for Virginia Governor candidate Terence "Terry" McAuliffe, who was elected to office in 2014. The button measures approximately 2.125in. and is in good condition. There is some white residue on the back below the pin of the button on the wearer's right.  Associated with UA 2014.020.03b and c. Donated by Zach Woodward, President of W&M Young Democrats. UA 2014.020.03a.
Item 2014020.3b: Buttons from Terry McAuliffe Campaign, September 25, 2013
A button with a white background that features a box that has two yellow sides and two orange sides on the front. Above the box there is a decorative pink squiggle, there is a second decorative pink squiggle to the wearer's right of the box. Inside the box "Putting Jobs First" is written with "Putting" in green, "Jobs” in pink, and "First" in orange. The button was made in order to show the W&M Young Democrat's support for Virginia Governor candidate Terence "Terry" McAuliffe, who’s campaigned focused on job creation in Virginia. McAuliffe was elected to office in 2014. The button measures approximately 2.125in. and is in good condition. There are multiple rust colored stains on the back of the button. Associated with 2014.020.03a and c. Donated by Zach Woodward, President of the W&M Young Democrats. UA 2014.020.03b
Item 2014020.3c: Buttons from Terry McAuliffe Campaign, September 25, 2013
A button that has a blue background on the top and a green background on the bottom. The button has "McAuliffe/For Governor/ Putting Jobs 1st" on the front. "McAuliffe" is written in white with a blue outline. "For Governor" is written in green on a white background, and "Putting Jobs 1st" is written in blue. The button was made in order to show the W&M Young Democrat's support for Virginia Governor candidate Terence "Terry" McAuliffe, who’s campaigned focused on job creation in Virginia. McAuliffe was elected to office in 2014. The button measures approximately 2.125in. and is in good condition. There is white residue on the back above the pin of the button. Associated with UA 2014.020.03a and b. Donated by Zach Woodward, President of W&M Young Democrats. UA 2014.020.03c
Sub-classification 3: Personal Identification
Artifacts that note individual identity.
Item 1991.084.2: Joseph Agee Dog Tags, 1951-1953
One set of silver dog tags belonging to Joseph Agee. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 10. UA 1991.084.2
Item 1998.046: Student Identification Card, 1969-1970
One identification card of Dora Kay Phillips with her photograph, signature, and birthdate. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 10.  UA1998.046
Item 2009.113: William and Mary Dog Tag, 1913-1916
One silver dog tag worn by Herbert Thorpe while he was a student at the College of William and Mary. The dog tag is inscribed with "Please Return To," "Herbert Thorpe," "W & M," and "Williamsburg V A." There is also a depiction of a Native American at the top of the dog tag. It is 1.75in.x0.75in. and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2,SS1, Box 18. UA 2009.113
Item 2009.200: P. Geoffrey Feiss Retirement Reception Button, May 2009
One aluminum button that was given out to attendees of reception and dinner to honor P. Geoffrey Feiss, Provost of the College of William and Mary.The reception took place at the Muscarelle Museum of Art on May 9, 2009. The background of the button is white with a pencil drawing of Mr. Feiss with a green and gold bow tie. The drawing was done by College student Rachel Follis. The button is 2.25in. in diameter and is in great condition. Gift of Connie McCarthy. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2009.200
Item 2012.170.2: Williamsburg Forum on America's Global Role Nametag of Michael Kutner, 2012
Associated papers of The Project on America's Global Role (Williamsburg Forum on America's Global Role) received at same time as nametag were added to Box 16 of the Student Organizations Collection (UA 7.047). Associated Forum nametag for Grayson Orsini (2012.170.03). Gift of Michael Kutner. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.170.02
Item 2012.170.3: Williamsburg's Forum on America's Global Role Nametag of Grayson Orsini
Associated papers of The Project on America's Global Role (Williamsburg Forum on America's Global Role) received at same time as nametag were added to Box 16 of the Student Organizations Collection (UA 7.047). Related artifacts include Forum nametag for Michael Kutner (2012.170.02). Gift of Michael Kutner. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.170.03
Item 2012.186.1: W&M ID Card of Laura Parrish, circa 1991
W&M staff ID card, circa 1991. Received by Archives staff on 9/4/1991; found in Swem SCRC staff office. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2012.186.01
Sub-classification 4: Status Symbol
Articles of adornment, clothing, accessories, and personal gear, the primary purpose of which is to communicate a particular status, rank, occupation, membership, or office.  Such an article serves to associate individuals with social roles and relationships, either generally or under certain circumstances.
Series 1: Uniforms
Item 1990.046: Baseball Uniform, circa 1933
One Grey wool uniform, shirt and pants, with blue stripes and black trim, "Indians" is spelled out across the front with number 9 on the back; uniform formerly belonged to Carter White, class of 1933. An image of the uniform jersey is available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/1519267667/. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 1990.046
Item 1991.084.1: Joseph Agee Military Uniform, 1951-1953
One short green "Eisenhower" style military uniform jacket that was once owned by Joseph Agee. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 43. UA 1991.084.1
Item 2007.074: Marching Band Uniform, circa 1990
One green, white, and gold Marching band uniform shirt with collar. A "W&M" is on the front left of the top. Excellent condition. Located in Textils S1 SS7. UA 2007.074
Item 2007.075: Marching Band Uniform, circa 1990
One green, white, and gold Marching band uniform jacket-style top. A block "WM" is on the front left of the top. Excellent condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2007.075
Item 2007.076: Marching Band Uniform, circa 1990
One Pair of green pants with a gold and white stripe down the legs to coordinate with the marching band uniform tops. Excellent condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA  2007.076
Item 2008.094.1: St. Helena Extension Baseball Uniform--Top, 1948
One Gray and Blue St. Helena Extension Baseball Uniform from the Spring 1948 season. The St. Helena Extension was a division of William and Mary established in 1946 especially for war veterans. The top is 27in. x 32.5in. The front of the top has "ST. HELENA" written across it in green and yellow lettering. The back of the top has a number 2 in green and yellow stiching. The uniform is in fair condition with several dirt stains. The uniform is made of wool.  Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/4037405722/and http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/4037405704. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 40. UA 2008.094.1
Item 2008.094.2: St. Helena Extension Baseball Uniform--Pants, 1948
One gray and blue pair of pants from a St. Helena Extension Baseball Uniform used during the Spring 1948 season. The St. Helena Extension was a division of William and Mary established in 1946 especially for war veterans.The pants are approximately 30.5in.  x 12in. The pants are in fair condition with several dirt stains and are made of wool. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 40.  UA 2008.094.2
Item 2008.094.3: St. Helena Extension Baseball Uniform--Leggings, 1948
One pair of green and gold leggings from a St. Helena Extension Baseball Uniform used during the Spring 1948 season. The St. Helena Extension was a division of William and Mary established in 1946 especially for war veterans. The leggings are approximately 10.75in. x 6in. and are made of ribbed knit. The leggings are in fair condition with several dirt stains. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, box 40. UA 2008.094.3
Item 2011.083: William and Mary Gym Uniform, 1963-1965
One green shirt and one green short that were used in gym classes at the College of William and Mary. The uniform was worn by Harry E. Krauss, class of 1967, while a student at the College. The shirt is green with "College of William and Mary" written in gray on the front left-hand pocket. The shorts are dark green and has "Physical Education W and M" written in gray on the left leg. Both the shirt and shorts were made by Champion Knitwear of Rochester, N.Y. The shirt and short are in fair condition with some fading in color. The shirt is a size medium and the shorts are a size small. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2011.083a and  UA 2011.083b
Item 2012.166.1: ROTC Uniform, 1963-1972
Cap (2012.166.01a), Jacket (2012.166.01b), and Pants (2012.166.01c). Photos of Harry Krauss in uniform at W&M are in the University Archives Photograph Collection. Gift of Harry E. Krauss. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2012.166.01a-c
Item 2012.420.1: Men's W&M Bhangra Uniform, circa 2009
One green and gold/yellow men's bhangra costume worn by members of W&M's Bhangra Dance Team. Pieces of the costume include: a. green and gold Turla (fan like adornment on the turban) and green Pag (turban); b. yellow Kurta (shirt); c. green vest with golden "W&M" on back; d. green Lungi (rectangle cloth tied around the waist). Transferred from the W&M Bhangra Team by Randall Taylor, Class of 2009. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2012.420.01a-d
Item 2012.420.2: Women's W&M Bhangra Uniform, circa 2009
One green and gold/yellow women's bhangra costume worn by members of W&M's Bhangra Dance Team. Pieces of the costume include: a. green Kameez (shirt) with attached yellow Dupatta (scarf); b. yellow Salwaar (pants). Transferred from the W&M Bhangra Team by Randall Taylor, Class of 2009. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2012.420.02ab
Item 2012.420.3: Women's W&M Bhangra Uniform, circa 2009
One green and gold/yellow women's bhangra costume worn by members of W&M's Bhangra Dance Team. Pieces of the costume include: a. green Kameez (shirt) with embossed star pattern; b. green Salwaar (pants) with embossed star pattern. Transferred from the W&M Bhangra Team by Randall Taylor, Class of 2009. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2012.420.03ab
Series 2: Patches and Monograms
Item 1987.027: Women's Athletic Association Monogram, circa 1920s
One shield-shaped felt patch with a gold "W" and green "M" on a gray background with a gold border. Transferred from the Women's Athletic Association Minutebook, 1923-1937 (Acc. 1980.110).  Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 34. UA 1987.027
Item 1987.069: Tribe Logo Patch, 1987
One patch with the letters "W" and "M" and two feathers in green and yellow. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 34. UA1987.069
Item 1990.002: Flight Club Wings Patch, circa 1933
One patch roughly 3.5in.(length) x 1in.(width)  with silver wings embroidered onto a green background, which is in turn mounted on an orange background. The two wings are separated by a shield bearing the letters "W" and "M." The patch was worn by members of the William and Mary Flight Club. This one was owned by Barton Traver Hulse. Images are available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/577685574/.Gift of Barton Trevor Hulse to the Alumni Society. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box34. UA 1990.002
Item 1998.021.2: William and Mary Patch, 1937
One William and Mary patch, shaped like a seal with a grey background, yellow border, a yellow "W" and a green "M." Located in Decorative Objects S2,SS1, Box 6. UA 1998.021.2
Item 2004.001: NASA Patch, 2003
One navy blue patch, 5in. long, in the shape of a space shuttle. It has the names Brown, Clark, Chawla, Anderson, Ramon, Husband, and McCool in white around the edge, along with "STS 107." This is an official NASA patch for the Space Shuttle Columbia, identical to those worn by the Columbia astronauts on their 2003 mission. Gift of Bart Singer. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 21. UA 2004.001
Item 2008.005.1: William and Mary Monogram Patch of Mary Mackey Sainsbury, undated
One wool patch with linen backing with the College of William and Mary monogram. This patch was worn by Mary Mackey Sainsbury, class of 1940, while she was a student at the College. The patch is shaped like the College Seal with gold silk thread along its edges. There is a green "M" with a gold "W" in front of it against a gray background. The patch is approximately 2.625in. x 3.125in. and is in good condition. Gift of Mary Sainsbury. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2008.005.1
Item 2008.005.2: Manager Patch of Mary Mackey Sainsbury, circa 1936-1940
One wool  patch with linen backing that was once owned by Mary Mackey Sainsburg, class of 1940, while she was a student at the College. The patch has a gray backing with the words "Manager" stitched in gold silk. The patch may have been used for Womens Soccer. The patch is approximately 2.875in. x 0.75in. The patch is in fair condition with some wearing of the stitches along the edges.  Gift of Mary Sainsbury. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2008.005.2
Item 2008.005.6: William and Mary Patch with Royal Crown owned by Mary Mackey Sainsbury, undated
One wool patch with linen backing with the royal crown of England. This patch was once owned by William and Mary alum Mary Mackey Sainsbury. The patch is shaped like an octogon with a gold silk thread border along its edges. There is a gold "W" and "M" above a red and gold crown and green laurel wreath, set against a gray wool background. The patch is approximately 3.0625in. x 3in. and is in good condition. Gift of Mary Sainsbury.Located in TextilesS1 SS8. UA 2008.005.6
Item 2008.168: Order of the White Jacket Patch, 1972
One yellow patch with a silver border with "Order of the White Jacket" and "College of William and Mary 1693" written in green. In the middle of the patch, there is an arm carrying a tray with the initials "O," "W &M", and "J" and "1972" stitched in green. The patch is in good condition and is 4 inches x 5 inches. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2008.168
Item 2009.158: William and Mary Letter, circa 1950s
One College of William and Mary letter that may have been worn on a jacket or sweater by students at the College. The letter depicts a green "W" inside a green "M" with a white border surrounding the two letters. The letter is made of wool with a felt backing. It is 6.25in. x 7.5in. and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2009.158
Item 2010.318.1: Order of the White Jacket Patch, undated
One membership patch for the alumni interest group, Order of the White Jacket, at the College of William and Mary. The patch is gold with the depiction of a hand holding a food tray. Above the food tray are the words "Order of the White Jacket" in green, and below the hand is written "College of William and Mary 1693" in green. The patch is approximately 4in. x 4in. and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA  2010.318.1
Item 2010.318.2: Order of the White Jacket Patch, undated
One membership patch for the alumni interest group, Order of the White Jacket, at the College of William and Mary. The patch is gold with the depiction of a hand holding a food tray. Above the food tray are the words "Order of the White Jacket" in green, below the tray is "1972," the year the organization was formed, and below the hand is written "College of William and Mary 1693" in green. The patch is approximately 4in. x 4in. and is in good condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2010.318.2
Item 2010.472: William and Mary Police Department Patch, undated
One blue and gold patch containing the Seal of Virginia that was used by the College of William and Mary Police Department. Above the seal contains the words "Police Department" in white and "College of William & Mary" along the right and left side of the seal in white. It is approximately 3.5in. x 4.5in. and is in good condition.Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2010.472
Item 2011.700.2: W&M Alumni Band Patch, 1968-2009
Round patch featuring the William and Mary seal in green and white with a gold outline in the center. "COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY/ 1693" is written in green on a gold background encircling the William and Mary seal. "THE ALUMNI BAND" is written in green on a gold background beneath the William and Mary seal. The entire patch is outlined in green. The patch measures 3.5in (length) and approximately 3in. in diameter. The patch is in excellent condition. Transferred upon receipt from the Jim Anthony Papers (Mss. 2011.700, Acc. 2013.200). Gift of Sharon Scruggs, daughter of Jim Anthony. UA 2011.700.02
Series 3: Alumni Buttons and Pins
Subseries 1: Class Buttons and Pins
Item 1988.104.1: Class of 1931 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1931 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in. in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'31" in gold with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '31 in gold. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2968979769.  Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 3. UA 1988.104.01
Item 1988.104.3: Class of 1933 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1933 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in. in diameter and has a gold background. The center of the button reads "'33" in green with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '31 in green. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2968979769. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 3. UA 1988.104.03
Item 1988.104.4: Class of 1934 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1934 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in. in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'34" in gold with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '31 in gold. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2968979769. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 3. UA 1988.104.04
Item 1988.104.5: Class of 1935 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1935 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in.  in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'35" in white with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '35 in white. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2968980031. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 3. UA 1988.104.05
Item 1988.104.6: Class of 1936 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1936 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25" in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'36" in white with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '36 in white. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2968980031. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 3. UA 1988.104.06
Item 1988.104.7: Class of 1938 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1938 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in.  in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'38" in gold with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '38 in gold. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2968980031. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 3. UA 1988.104.07
Item 1988.104.8: Class of 1939 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1939 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in. in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'39" in gold with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '39 in gold. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2968980031. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 3. UA 1988.104.08
Item 1988.104.9: Class of 1940 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1940 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in. in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "Class of 1940" in gold, and above and below Class of 1940 is written "William and Mary" in alternating gold and white letters. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2968980295. Located in  Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 3. UA1988.104.09
Item 1988104.10: Class of 1941 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1941 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in. in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'41" in white with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '41 in white. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2968980295. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 3.  UA 1988.104.10
Item 1988104.11: Class of 1942 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1942 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in. in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'42" in white with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '42 in white. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2968980295. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 3. UA 1988.104.11
Item 1988104.12: Class of 1943 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1943 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in.  in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'43" in white with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '43 in white. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2968980295. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 3. UA 1988.104.12
Item 1988104.13: Class of 1944 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1944 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in.  in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'44" in gold with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '44 in gold. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/3026307726. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 3. UA 1988.104.13
Item 1988104.14: Class of 1945 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1945 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in.  in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'45" in gold with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '45 in gold. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/3026307726. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 3. UA 1988.104.14
Item 1988104.15: Class of 1946 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1946 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in.  in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "Class of 1946" in gold, and above and below Class of 1946 is written "William and Mary" in alternating gold and white letters. Image availabel at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/3026307726. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 3. UA 1988.104.15
Item 1988104.16: Class of 1947 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1947 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in.  in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'47" in gold with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '47 in gold. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/3026307726. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 4. UA 1988.104.16
Item 1988104.17: Class of 1948 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1948 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in. in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'48" in gold with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '48 in gold. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/3026307804. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 4. UA 1988.104.17
Item 1988104.18: Class of 1949 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1949 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in. in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'49" in gold. Above '49 reads "William and Mary" in gold, and below '49 reads "Society of the Alumni" in gold. Located Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 4. UA 1988.104.18
Item 1988104.19: Class of 1950 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1950 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in.  in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "Class of 1950" in gold, and above and below Class of 1950 is written "William and Mary" in alternating gold and white letters. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 4. UA 1988.104.19
Item 1988104.20: Class of 1963 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1963 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in. in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'63" in gold with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '63 in gold. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 4. UA 1988.104.20
Item 1988.109: Class Buttons, 1932-1966
Buttons with graduation year on it 1932-1966. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1988.109
Item 1992.033.4: Class of 1954 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1954 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in.  in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'54" in gold with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '54 in gold. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 4. UA 1992.033.4
Item 1993.001.3: Class of 1947 Homecoming Button, undated
One aluminum button 2.25in. in diameter given by the Alumni Society to members of the Class of 1947 for Homecoming. Set against a gold background and a green border is written "The College of W & M" in green, "47" in white, and Homecoming in green with a white border stretched across the bottom of the button. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 4. UA 1993.001.3
Item 1998.104.2: Class of 1932 Alumni Button, undated
One aluminum button for the Class of 1932 given out by the Society of the Alumni at a class reunion. The button is 2.25in. in diameter and has a green background. The center of the button reads "'32" in gold with "Class of" written above it and "William & Mary" written below '32 in gold. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/2968979769. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 3. UA 1988.104.02
Item 2008.167ab: Green Class of 1935 Alumni Society Buttons, circa 1975-1985
2-green metal buttons with "Class of '35 William and Mary" written in gold. The buttons were used during Homecoming Weekend for Alumni at the College of William and Mary. The buttons are 2.5in.x 2.5in. and are in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2008.167a-b
Item 2008.167c: Yellow Class of 1935 Alumni Society Button, circa 1975-1985
One yellow metal button with "Class of '35 William and Mary" written in green. The button was used during Homecoming Weekend for Alumni at the College of William and Mary. The button is 2.25in. x 2.25in. and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2008.167c
Item 2011.558: Class of '51 Pin, n.d.
One round metal button pin with a green background. 'CLASS OF / '51 / WILLIAM & MARY' in white text. Reverse has a metal safety pin clasp.The button is 2.25in. in diameter.  The button is in good condition with slight yellowing/browning of the overall color and minimal scratching on the button front. Reverse has overall loss of shiny metallic coating and minor rust spots. Transferred from Alumni Association. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2011.558
Item 2011.559: Class of '51 Pin, n.d.
One round metal button pin with green background .'CLASS OF / '51 / WILLIAM & MARY' in white text. Reverse metal strips for securing a safety pin closure, but is missing the pin. Button is 2.25in. in diameter.  Pin is in good condition with bright colors and minimal scratching on the button front. Reverse has minor spots of discoloration. Transferred from Alumni Association. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2011.559
Item 2011.560: Class of 1951 Pin, n.d.
Green background metal button pin with alternating yellow and green text. The text first vertically repeats 'WILLIAM and MARY' six times with increases in scale with 'CLASS OF 1951' in the center, and then repeats 'WILLIAM AND MARY' another six times in decreasing scale. Button has a metal safety pin closure on the reverse. Pin is in good condition with rusty spotting on the metal backing piece. Pin is 2.25" in diameter. Transferred from Alumni Association. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2011.560
Item 2011.585.6: Class of 2009 Cipher Button Pin, 2009
One yellow and green aluminum button. Button has metal shell with pinned metal back and Mylar protecting cover. Front printed with a green background and center of button reads "Class of 09" and "W&M" cipher in yellow text. 2.25in. diameter. Button worn by OPP charter member Justin Reid at his graduation in 2009. Image available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/6967376392/. Gift of Alpha Delta Sigma Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2011.585.06
Item 1987.100: "Go Big Green" Button, 1987
One round button, 2.25in. in diameter, with a gold background, the William and Mary Tribe logo, and the words "Go Big Green" in green. It was given out by the Society of the Alumni at Homecoming, 1987. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 15. UA1987.100
Item 1987.101: "Young Guarde" Button, 1987
One button, 2.25in. in diameter. The top half has "Young Guarde" written seven times in gold letters on a green background. The bottom half has "William and Mary Society of the Alumni" in green letters on a gold background. It was given out by the Society of the Alumni at Homecoming, 1987. Identical to UA1998.064. Located in Dec Obj S2,SS1, Box 15. UA 1987.101
Item 1992.033.2: William and Mary Alumni Tour Button, undated
One aluminum button 2.25in. in diameter from a tour given by the Society of the Alumni. The button has a green background with "W & M Alumni Tour" written in white. There is a white airplane branching off from the W. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 4. UA 1992.033.2
Item 1992.033.5: Olde Guarde Button, undated
One aluminum button 2.75in. x 1.75in.  used by the Alumni Society of the College of William and Mary. Set against a gold background are the words "The Olde Guarde" in green and "of Their Majesties Royall Colledge" in white. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 4. UA 1992.033.5
Item 1992.033.6: Olde Guarde Button, undated
One aluminum button 2.75in. x 1.75in.  used by the Alumni Society of the College of William and Mary. Set against a gold background are the words "The Olde Guarde" in green and "of Their Majesties Royall Colledge" in white. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 4. UA 1992.033.6
Item 1998.063: "Go Big Green" Buttons, circa 1990
5-round buttons, 2.25in. in diameter, with a green background and "Go Big Green" in white letters. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 19. UA 1998.063
Item 1998.064: "Young Guarde" Button, 1987
One button, 2.25in. in diameter. The top half has "Young Guarde" written seven times in gold letters on a green background. The bottom half has "William and Mary Society of the Alumni" in green letters on a gold background. It was given out by the Society of the Alumni at Homecoming, 1987. Identical to UA 1987.101. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 19. UA 1998.064
Item 2008.169a: Ernest W. Goodrich Alumni Pin, circa 1970
One white pin from an Alumni event for the Class of 1935 at the College of William and Mary. A gold ribbon is attached to the top of the pin. The name "Ernest W. Goodrich" and the class "'35" are written in green. The pin is 2.75 inches in diameter and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA  2008.169a
Item 2008.169b: Ernest W. Goodrich Alumni Pin, circa 1970
One white pin from an Alumni event for the Class of 1935 at the College of William and Mary. A gold ribbon is attached to the top of the pin. The name "E.W. Goodrich" and the class "'35" are written in green. The pin is 2.75 inches in diameter and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2008.169b
Item 2009.004: my1693 Alumni Association Button, circa 2008
One green tin button with "my1693" written in gold and "wmalumni.com" written in white below. The button was given out to alumni by the William and Mary Alumni Association. The button is 2.25 inches x 2.25 inches and is in good condition. Locatd in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2009.004
Item 2011498.22: William and Mary "Go Big Green" Button, circa 1974-2006
One yellow button that has "GO BIG GREEN" printed on the front. The "GO" has a speed effect on it. The William and Mary logo (intertwined "W" and "M" with two feathers sticking out) is depicted on to the left of "BIG." The button measures approximately 2.125in. (diameter) and is in good condition. The edges of the button contain wear and tear marks and the back of the button has large spots of dark gray discoloration around the pin. Transferred by the Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.22
Item 2011498.23: William and Mary "Go Big Green" Button, circa 1974-2006
One yellow button that has "GO BIG GREEN" printed on the front. The "GO" has a speed effect on it. The William and Mary logo (intertwined "W" and "M" with two feathers sticking out) is depicted on to the left of "BIG." The button measures approximately 2.125in. (diameter) and is in good condition. The edges of the button contain wear and tear marks. Transferred by the Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.23
Item 2011.574: Go Big Green Pin, circa 1970s-1980s
One green round metal button with 'GO / BIG / GREEN' in white text. Button has safety pin clasp on back with text 'MADE IN U.S.A.' below and maker's mark of a circle bisected with an arrow pointing up. Button measures 2.25in. in diameter.  Button is in good condition with some browning of the 'B' and 'G' in 'BIG' on the front side. Back has spotted discoloration on the metallic surface. Transferred from Alumni Association. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2011.574
Series 4: Phi Beta Kappa/ Omicron Delta Kappa Keys
Item 1980.053: Phi Beta Kappa Key, 1920
One gold-colored key for winding a watch, with a  short stem surmounted by a rectangular head. It was awarded to George Baskerville Zehmer in 1920. Gift of Professor Oron J. Hale of Richmond, VA. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 5. UA 1980.053
Item 1980.056: Phi Beta Kappa Key, 1909
One key awarded to John Stewart Bryan at the University of Virginia in 1909. It is for winding a watch, and has a short stem surmounted by a rectangular handle, the obverse of which is engraved with a hand pointing to the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa and three stars. The reverse is engraved with "SP"  and "December 5, 1776" in script and "J.S. Bryan U.V. 1909" in block letters. It was a Gift of Tennant Bryan of Richmond, VA. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 5. UA 1980.056
Item 1980.062: Omicron Delta Kappa Key, 1934
One gold-colored key for winding a watch. It has a short stem surmounted by a circular head out of which the Greek letters for "Omicron Delta Kappa" have been cut, along with two bars which carry five raised stars and the raised date "1914." The reverse reads "John Stewart Bryan W&M 1934." Gift of Tennant Bryan of Richmond, VA. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 5. UA 1980.062
Item 1980.063: Omicron Delta Kappa Key, 1925
One gold-colored key for winding a watch. It has a short stem surmounted by a circular head out of which the Greek letters for "Omicron Delta Kappa" have been cut, along with two bars which carry five incised stars and the incised date "1914." The reverse reads "J.A.C. Chandler W&M 1925." Gift of William Gooch of Williamsburg, VA. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 5.  UA 1980.063
Item 1980.074: Phi Beta Kappa Key of William C. Ferguson, 1916
One gold-colored key for winding a watch. It has a short stem and a rectangular handle, the obverse of which is engraved with a right hand pointing toward the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa beneath three stars. The reverse reads "William C. Ferguson William and Mary 1916" and, in script, "SP December 5, 1776." Key is 0.6875in. (width) and 1.5625in.(length). In good condition. Gift of W.C. Ferguson. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 7. UA 1980.074
Item 1980.077: Phi Beta Kappa Key, 1904
This key was awarded to William Arthur Maddox. It is for winding a watch, and has a short stem surmounted by a rectangular handle, the obverse of which is engraved with a hand pointing to the Greek letters Phi Beta Kappa and seven stars. The reverse is engraved with "Dec. 5, 1776. SP William and Mary 1904" in script and "Arthur Maddox" in block letters." Key is .75in. (width) x 1.75in. (length). In good condition. Gift of Mrs. William A. Maddox of Dunnsville, VA. Located in Decorative Objects S2,SS1, Box 7. UA 1980.077
Item 1980.078: Phi Beta Kappa Key, 1926
One square, silver medal awarded to Julian Alvin Carroll Chandler. The obverse has the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa and three stars. The reverse says "SP December 5, 1776." The key is in a dark blue leather case that says "L.G. Balfour Co. Attleboro, Mass." Medal is a 1in. square. In decent condition. Gift of Alvin Duke Chandler. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 7. UA 1980.078
Item 1980.079: Phi Beta Kappa Key, 1906
This key was awarded to James Francis Crocker. It is for winding a watch, and has a short stem surmounted by a rectangular handle, the obverse of which is engraved with a hand pointing to the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa and six stars. The reverse is engraved with "James F. Crocker SP Dec. 5, 1776." Key is 0.9375in. (width) x 1.625in. (height). In good condition. Gift of Mrs. Jacob Tuchmann of Miami, FL. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 7. UA 1980.079
Item 1980.080: Phi Beta Kappa Key
This key was awarded to William Burroughs. [Circa 1853/1854]. It is for winding a watch, and has lost its stem. The obverse of its rectangular handle is engraved with a hand pointing to the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa and six stars. The reverse has the incription "W.H. Burroughs SP Dec. 5th 1776" engraved in script. Key is 0.9375in. (width) x 1.8125in. (height). Located in Decorative Objects. S2, SS1, Box 8.  UA 1980.080
Item 1980.082: Phi Beta Kappa Key, circa 19th Century
This key was owned by Hugh Blair Grigsby. It is for winding a watch, and has a short stem surmounted by a rectangular handle, the obverse of which is engraved with a hand pointing to the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa and six stars. The reverse is engraved with "Hugh B. Grigsby SP Dec. 5th 1776." Key is 15/15in. (width) x 2.0625in. (height). In good condition. Grigsby served as a member of the Board of Visitors (1855-1881) and Chancellor (1871-1881). Gift of Mrs. Hugh Blair Grigsby Galt of Norfolk, VA. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 8. UA 1980.082
Item 1980.083: Phi Beta Kappa Key, circa 1876
This key was awarded to Warner Throckmorton Langborne Taliaferro. It is for winding a watch, and has a short stem surmounted by a rectangular handle, the obverse of which is engraved with a hand pointing to the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa and six stars. The reverse is engraved with "W.T.L. Taliaferro A.B. 1876 SP Dec 5 1776" in script. The key is on a black cloth watch "chain." Key is 0.9375in. (width) x  1.875in. In decent condition. Gift of Dr. William Taliaferro of Norfolk, VA. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 8. UA 1980.083
Item 1980.084: Phi Beta Kappa Key, 1780
This key was awarded to Peyton Short. It is a square silver medal, engraved by hand on the obverse with a crudely drawn hand pointing to the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa and three stars. The reverse is engraved with "SP December 5 1776." Key is 1in. square. Gift of Mrs. Mary Short of Louisville, KY. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 8. UA 1980.084
Item  1980.085: Facsimile of Phi Beta Kappa Key, circa 1926
One Facsimile of the 1780 Phi Beta Kappa key owned by William Short. It is a square, silver medal machine-engraved with a hand pointing to the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa and three stars. The reverse is engraved with "SP December 5 1776" in script. The key is a 1in.  square. The medal is in a dark blue leather case labeled "L.G. Balfour Co. Attleboro, Mass."  Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 8. UA 1980.085
Item 1980.086: Phi Beta Kappa Key, 1899
This key was awarded to Honorary Member Edward Wilson James. It is for winding a watch, and has a short stem surmounted by a rectangular handle, the obverse of which is engraved with a hand pointing to the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa and six stars. The reverse is engraved with " SP Dec 5, 1776" in script. Key is 0.9375in. (width) x 1.9375in. (width). In good condition. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 8. UA 1980.086
Item 1980.087: Phi Beta Kappa Key, 1819
This key was awarded to John Janney Lloyd at Harvard College. It is a square, silver medal, the obverse of which is engraved with "J.J. Lloyd," a hand pointing to the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa, and three stars. The reverse has "SP September 5. 1781" engraved in script. Key is 1.0625in. (width) x 1in. (height). In good condition. Gift of John J. Hubert Lloyd of Norfolk, VA. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 8. UA1980.087
Item 1980.088: Phi Beta Kappa Key
This key was awarded to A.S. Nicholson (not by William and Mary). It is for winding a watch, and has a very long stem surmounted by a rectangular handle, the obverse of which is engraved with a hand pointing to the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa and eight stars. The reverse is engraved with "A.S. Nicholson SP Dec. 5th 1776" in script.  Located in Decorative Objects S2,SS1, Box 8. UA 1980.088
Item 1981.073: Phi Beta Kappa Key, 1909
This key was awarded to William M. Dey by the University of Virginia in 1909. It is for winding a watch, and has a short stem surmounted by a rectangular handle, the obverse of which is engraved with a hand pointing to the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa and five stars. The reverse is engraved with "Dec. 5. 1776 William M. Dey SP Univ. of Va 1909." Key is 0.5in (width)  x 1.25in.(height). Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 8. UA 1981.073
Item 1981.074: Phi Beta Kappa Key, circa 1860s
This key was awarded to William Talbot Walke, possibly by the College of William and Mary. It is for winding a watch, and has a short stem surmounted by a rectangular handle, the obverse of which is engraved with a hand pointing to the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa and six stars. The reverse is engraved with "W. Talbot Walke SP Dec 5th 1776." Key is 0.9375in. (width)  x 2.25in. (height) . Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 8. UA 1981.074
Item 1982.003: Phi Beta Kappa Key, 1920
This key was awarded to John Waller Rixey-Smith. It is for winding a watch, and has a short stem surmounted by a rectangular handle, the obverse of which is engraved with a hand pointing to the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa and three stars. The reverse is engraved with "J.W. Rixey Smith Alpha of VA SP December 5, 1776." Key is 0.6875in (width) x 1.5625in. (height). Gift of the estate of J.R.R. Smith.  Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 14. UA 1982.003
Item 1984.030: Phi Beta Kappa Key, 1862
This key is for winding a watch, and has a short stem surmounted by a rectangular handle, the obverse of which is engraved with a hand pointing to the Greek letters for Phi Beta Kappa and six stars. The reverse is engraved with "Jas. M. Stevenson" on a banner, and "SP December 5, 1776." Stevenson was a 1862 member of the Alpha Chapter at Union College in Schenectady, NY. Key is 0.875in. (width) x 2in. (height). Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Devitt. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 14.  UA 1984.030
Item 1985.030: Phi Beta Kappa Keys, 1920
2-gold Phi Beta Kappa keys, one marked "Arthur W. James, A of Va. 1920" and the other marked "Arthur W. James, Wm. and Mary 1913, Alpha of Va 1920." James became an alumni member in 1920. He lost his original key, had it replaced, and then found the original, so he owned two keys. Both keys are 0.6875in. (width) x 1.5in. (height). Gift of Leah James. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 14. UA 1985.030
Item 1985.079.3: Phi Betta Kappa Key of Martha Virginia Sleet, 1930
One gold Phi Beta Kappa key that was awarded to Martha Virginia Sleet, class of 1928. The obverse of the key is engraved with a hand pointing to the Greek letters Phi Beta Kappa and three stars. The reverse is engraved with "Martha V. Sleet, William and Mary 1930, Dec. 5, 1776." The key is  0.5in (width) x 1.5in (length) and is in good condition. Gift of Jack Tharp. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1985.079.3
Item 1986.021.4: Omicron Delta Kappa Key of William G. Guy, 1928
One gold Omicron Delta Kappa key that was once owned by William G. Guy, a student at William and Mary. The body of the key is a circle with the Greek letters Omicron Delta Kappa on the front of the key. Above the Greek letters are 5 stars and below the letters is the date 1914, the year the organization began. The back of the key is engraved "W.G. Guy, W & M, 1928." The key is 1.5in. x 0.75in. and is in good condition. Gift of Alfred Armstrong. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1986.021.4
Item 2010.511.1: Phi Beta Kappa Key of J. Meriwether Hurt, 1929
Received in envelope marked "Given to Alpha Chapter of PBK c/o Ludwell Johnson for display in the Apollo Room." Transferred from the Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Chapter Records (UA 7.002). Gift of Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Chapter; delivered by Professor Clay Clemens, Department of Government. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2010.511.01
Item 2010.511.2: Phi Beta Kappa Key of M. DeL. Jenkins, 1922
Received in envelope marked "Given to Alpha Chapter of PBK c/o Ludwell Johnson for display in the Apollo Room." Transferred from the Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Chapter Records (UA 7.002). Gift of Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Chapter; delivered by Professor Clay Clemens, Department of Government.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2010.511.02
Series 5: Fraternity/Sorority pins and buttons
Item 1980.060: Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pin, 1858
One  diamond-shaped pin owned by Frank H. Alfriend. It is gold-colored with black and white enamel on the front which has the Greek letters for Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phi Alpha and depicts a lady with a lion. The back of the pin is inscribed "F.H. Alfriend Wm & Mary Va. 1858." Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 5. UA 1980.060
Item 1980.066: Tau Kappa Pin, 1839
One square, gold-colored, pin (11/16"x5/8") owned by John H. Fox. The pin is engraved with the (translated) words "Circle of Brothers, 1839" beneath a book, laurel wreath, and sword. It is surmounted by the letters "TK" and twenty stars. The pin is 0.6875in. x 0.625in. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 7. UA 1980.066
Item 1983.131: Theta Delta Chi Pin, 1853
This gold pin belonged to Charles Wilkinson. It is shaped like a shield and has a blue enameled center, on which are two stars, the Greek letters for Theta Delta Chi, and two crossed arrows. The back is engraved with "C. Wilkinson," an open book flanked by two daggers, and "W&M Coll. 1853." 1853 was the founding year of the Epsilon Charge of Theta Delta Chi. Pin is 0.5in. (width) x 0.75in (height). Gift of Miss Fanny C. Wilkinson of Bremo Bluff, VA (daughter). Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 14.  UA 1983.131
Item  1985.071: Epsilon Alpha Pin, circa 1855
One pin shaped like a shield with a black enamel background and two gold stars, a gold arch, a white crescent, the letters EA, a group of arrows, and a bent arm. The back is engraved with secret symbols and "L.C. Va." The origins of this pin are unknown, but according to Baird's Manual of American College Fraternities, there was an Epsilon Alpha chapter at William and Mary. Gift of Sade C. Styron. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 14. UA 1985.071
Item 1989.026: Tau Chi Pin, 1843
One small, square (10/18in.), gold pin owned by Edmund Berkeley. On the front, "TX" is engraved above a book and a sword.  Also on the front are  twenty stars, two Greek words, a wreath, and the date 1839. The back is engraved with the initials "E.B." and the date 1843. The pin is in a maroon leather box that is not original to the pin. Gift of G.R. Berkeley to President Verkuil. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 15. UA 1989.026
Item 1994.008: Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pledge Pin, 1991
One small diamond-shaped pin worn by Christopher C. Schreiber while a pledge in the spring of 1991 and Sean C. Bilby while a pledge in the spring of 1992. The pin has a blue background with a wreath and the Greek letters for Sigma Alpha Epsilon in gold. During their 9.5-week pledge period, new members were expected to wear the pin at all times except during "the four S's": sleep, shower, sports, and sex. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 17. UA1994.008
Item 1994.057: Alpha Delta Gamma Pin, 1993
One small pin shaped like a scallop shell with "W&M" engraved on the back. Made by Master Craftsmen of Williamsburg, VA. Located in Dec Obj  S2, SS1, Box 19. UA 1994.057
Item 2002.057: Alpha Chi Sigma, Fraternity Pins, circa 1914-1917
2-pins.The first pin is a hexagon with a skull and crossbones above the Greek letters for the professional chemistry fraternity Alpha Chi Sigma and a crescent moon below the letters. It is inscribed "C.H.S" on the reverse. The second is a key pin featuring a detailed Sigma. It is inscribed "C.H. Schepmoes N.W. Chapter 4-25-17" on the reverse. Both pins belonged to Charles H. Schepmoes. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 20. UA  2002.057
Item 2008.005.4: Pi Beta Phi Pin Given to Mary Mackey Sainsbury, circa 1936-1940
One gold pin from the sorority Pi Beta Phi that was given to Mary Mackey Sainsbury while a student at William and Mary. The pin is approximately 0.875in. x 0.5625in. and is in fair condition with some traces of corrosion along the bottom of the pin. Gift of Mary Sainsbury. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 24. UA  2008.005.4
Item 2008.36: Beta Alpha Psi Fraternity Pin, circa 1926-1960
One old with black inset with the Greek letters for Beta Alpha Psi. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 24. UA 2008.36
Item 2009.269: Phi Mu Pin of Martha Carter Brent, circa 1927
One gold pin that was given to College student Martha Carter when she joined the Phi Mu sorority. It is a rectangle-shaped pin with about 24 small pearls serving as the background. On top of the pearls contains a black background with the Greek letters for Phi and Mu, two hands shaking, and three stars. The pin is approximately 0.5in. in diameter and is in good condition. It is  enclosed in a black leather pouch from "L.G. Balfour Co. Attleboro, Mass." The pouch is is approximately 1.5in. x 2in. and is in fair condition with evidence of fading and a small tear. Gift of Charles Miller. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 24. UA  2009.269
Item 2009.463: Theta Delta Chi Rush Button, 2007
One aluminum button from the fraternity Theta Delta Chi to students who rushed the fraternity at the College of William and Mary during the Fall 2007 semester. The button is white with "Rush" in black, the Greek letter for Theta in white with a black background; the Greek letter for Delta in blue with a white background; and the Greek letter for Chi in white with a blue background. The reverse of the pin is in fair shape with several scratches. The button is approximately 2.25in. Gift of Jeff Frew.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2009.463
Item 2010.414.4: Rene Henry Sigma Rho Fraternity Pledge Pin, circa 1950-1954
One gold-colored pin, shaped like a triangle, with one half of the triangle in green and the other is white. Rene Henry, class of 1954 at the College of William and Mary, wore this pin while pledging the Sigma Rho fraternity, which later became Sigma Nu. It is approximately 0.5in. in diameter and is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 25. UA  2010.414.4
Item 2010.414.5: Sigma Nu Fraternity Lapel Pin, undated
One gold-colored pin shaped with five points in white with "25" written in gold. The pin once belonged to Rene Henry, class of 1954 at the College of William and Mary. It is approximately 0.375in.in diameter and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 25. UA  2010.414.5
Series 6: Student Organization Buttons, Pins, and Badges
Item 1980.029: Phoenix Literary Society, Badges, 19 October 1850
1-long badge, 1-short badge. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1980.029
Item 1980.064: Licivyronean Society Pin, circa 1839
One diamond-shaped, gold-colored pin (1.0"h x .75"w) owned by Hillary H. Land, engraved with "H.H.L. W&M LS Utile Dulci 5.10.15 1839."  The pin is 1in. (height) x 0.75in. (width). Gift of Miss Sade Styron of Washington, D.C. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 7. UA 1980.064
Item 1980.065: Licivyronean Society Pin, circa 1839
One diamond-shaped, gold-colored pin owned by Scott Eubank, engraved with "W&M LS Utile Dulci 5.10.15 1839" on the obverse and "R.S. Eubank. A.B. & L.B." on the reverse. The pin is 1.06in. (height) x 0.75in. (width). Gift of Miss Margaret Eubank Garnett. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 7. UA 1980.065
Item 1982.040: Philomathean Literary Society Badge, 1892
One yellow silk badge with gold braid. Badge reads "Praesto et Persto / Philomathean Literary Society / College of William and Mary / June 29, 1892. Reverse reads "Jenny Turner". Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1982.040
Item 1982.041: Phoenix Literary Society Pin, circa 1856
One gold pin shaped like a scroll, engraved with a star, two arrows, and a quill, and the legend "Upward and Onward Phoenix Society Wm & Mary College 1850." Engraved on the back is the name of the owner, Charles W. Thomas, a student at William and Mary from 1856-1858. Pin is 0.5in (width) x 0.75in. (height). Gift of Miss Florence C. Richardson of Newport News, VA. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 14. UA 1982.041
Item 1982.044: Phoenix Literary Society Pin, 1906
One copper-colored pin awarded to John Joseph Wagner for "Improvement in Oratory, 1906" by the Phoenix Literary Society. The pin is approximately 1in. square and is shaped like a shield. The front bears the legend "Invictus Resurgam" and pictures a rising phoenix. Gift of Walther B. Fidler of Warsaw, VA. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 14. UA 1982.044
Item 1986.021.3: Mount Allison University Debating Team Pin of William G. Guy, undated
One gold pin that was awarded to William G. Guy for serving on the Mount Allison University Debating Team. The obverse of the pin has a circle inside a square. Inside the circle there is the number 19. The circle is engraved with the Latin words "Perenes Carpimus Flores." The square is engraved with "Mount Allison Debating Team." The pin is 0.5in. x 0.5in. and is in good condition. Gift of Alfred Armstrong. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1986.021.3
Item 1992.018: GALA Button, 1992
2-yellow buttons, 2.25in. in diameter. It has a green border and green lettering reading "William and Mary Gay and Lesbian Alumni/ae" around the perimeter and "GALA" under the WM cipher in the center.  Also includes three maroon Richard Cornish Endowment Fund buttons identical to UA 2003.012 and two black and white Richard Cornish Endowment Fund buttons identical to UA 2010.453. Six buttons are located in Box 17. Identical to UA 1999.013. Gift of GALA.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 15. UA 1992.018
Item 1992.033.1: Order of the White Jacket button, 1992
One green button, 2.25in. in diameter. It has yellow lettering reading "Order of the White Jacket" and "William and Mary" around the perimeter and "OW&MJ" in the center. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 15. UA 1992.033.10
Item 1992.033.7: Green and Gold Club button
One  aluminum button, yellow with green writing that says "William and Mary Indians" around the outside with a picture of a cartoon indian on the inside. A yellow ribbon hangs from the button with green writing that says, "Green and Gold Club". Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 6. UA1992.033.7
Item 1999.013: GALA Button, 1992
One yellow button, 2.25in. in diameter. It has a green border and green lettering reading "William and Mary Gay and Lesbian Alumni/ae" around the perimeter and "GALA" under the WM cipher in the center. Gift of GALA. Identical to UA 1992.018. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 20. UA 1999.013
Item 2007.030c: Gentlemen of the College Pin, circa 1992-2006
One pin in excellent condition, likely never worn. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 998. UA 2007.030
Item 2007.030d: Gentlemen of the College Lapel Pin, circa 1992-2006
One Lapel Pin in excellent condition, likely never worn. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 998. UA  2007.030
Item 2008.005.5: Sir Robert Boyle Society Pin Given to Mary Mackey Sainsbury, undated
One gold pin from the Sir Robert Boyle Society that was given to William and Mary alum Mary Mackey Sainsbury. The Sir Robert Boyle Society is open to alumni who have made provisions to leave part of their estate to the College. The obverse of the pin depicts the College Mace in gold with black border that is inscribed with "Sir Robert Boyle Society, The College of William and Mary in Virginia. The pin is approximately 0.75in. in diameter and is in good condition. Gift of Mary Sainsbury. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 24. UA  2008.005.5
Item 2010.301: Wren Society Membership Medallion, 2010
One gold medallion with a black background given by the Wren Society to new members. The medallion contains the border of the College's seal with a backdrop of the Wren Building. Below the Wren Building are the Latin words "Veritas e Aequitas," or truth and justice, and the year 1832, the year the Wren Society was founded. The medallion is 2in. in diameter on a 15.75in. ribbon chain and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 20. UA  2010.301
Item 2014.020.1: "Dem 4 Life" Button, September 25, 2013
A button that has a light purple background and features a dark purple and pink semi-circle on the wearer's right. "Dem 4 Life" is written in black marker in the center and "W&M Young Dems" is written in black marker where the semi-circle stops on the wearer's left. The button measures approximately  2.125in. (diameter) and is in good condition. The back of the button has a 0.25in. rust colored stain and brown discoloration along the edge on the wearer's right at the top, middle, and bottom. Donated by Zach Woodward, President of W&M Young Democrats. UA 2014.020.01
Series 7: Class Rings
Item 1990.012: William and Mary Ring, circa 1970
One sterling silver ring, 0.75in. in diameter, with the William and Mary coat-of-arms and the words "College of William and Mary, 1693." Gift of Susan Riggs. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 15. UA 1990.012
Item 1990.025: Class Ring, 1915
This ring belonged to Charles H. Schepmoes. It is made of 10K gold and is 0.75in. in diameter. It bears the Greek temple form of the College seal. On one shank are the raised letters "BS" and on the other the numeral 15. The initials "C.H.S." are engraved on the inside with the maker's name: "E.A. Wright, Phila." Schepmoes received a B.A. in 1913, an M.A. in 1914, and a B.S. in 1915. Gift of Mrs. Charles Schepmoes. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 15. UA 1990.025
Item 1994.065: Class Ring, 1928
This ring belonged to Samuel Ashton Ozlin.  It is made of 10K gold and is 1in. in diameter. It has a dark blue stone in the center surrounded by the words "College of William and Mary." On one shank is the college seal, a crown and the date 1693; on the other is an eagle on a scepter and the date 1928. "S.A. Ozlin" is engraved on the inside. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 19. UA 1994.065
Item 2009.066: College of William and Mary Gold Ring, circa 1937
One gold ring that was once worn by Bruce Mattson that was given to Mary Hurley Mackey Sainsbury, both students at William and Mary. The ring has a black onyx centerpiece with a gold crest in the middle. The face of the ring is 0.75in.x0.5in. and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 24. UA  2009.066
Series 8: Sporting Event Buttons and Pins
Item 1985029.01: "William and Mary" Football Pin, circa 1940s
One pin in the shape of and color of a football. "WILLIAM AND MARY" is written on the front of the football in black. There is a gold and a black ribbon coming from the bottom of the pin. The pin is approximately 3in. (length) and the ribbons are approximately 2.5in. (length). The pin is in fair to poor condition. The back of the pin is heavily tarnished. The gold ribbon is separated into two parts and is only connected by a 2.5in. thread. There is severe fraying on the edges and bottom of the gold ribbon and a little bit of fraying on the bottom of the black ribbon. Transferred from Leah James’s scrapbook, Box 2 of the Arthur W. and Leah James Scrapbooks (UA 5.065/1985.29). UA1985.029.01
Item 1985029.02: "W and M" Football Pin, circa1940s
One round pin featuring the depiction of a pale yellow and orange football. In the middle of the football is written "W and M" in black script. The pin is approximately 1.5in. in diameter. It is in fair condition. There are two missing elements including the hook where the sharp needle of the pin can attach as well as a green and gold ribbon (only a 1.125in. fragment remains). The back of the pin has large corrosion spots. There is also corrosion on the bottom rim of the pin as well as on the sharp needle of the pin. The “W and M” are smudged and partially erased. Transferred from Leah James's scrapbook, Box 2 of the Arthur W. and Leah James Scrapbooks 9UA 5.065/1985.29). UA 1985.029.02
Item 1985029.03: "Fight 'Em Indians" Football Pin, circa 1940s
One pin in the shape and color of a football. "FIGHT 'EM INDIANS" is written in black on the front of the pin. The pin is approximately 3in. (length) and in good condition. There is one missing element: a green and gold ribbon (only 0.25in. of it remain). The back of the pin is heavily tarnished. Transferred from Leah James’s scrapbook, Box 2 of the Arthur W. and Leah James Scrapbooks (UA 5.065/1985.29). UA 1985.029.03
Item 1992.005: "Take 'Em Tribe" Pin, circa 1992
One white plastic pin, 3in.x2in., with "Take 'Em Tribe" in green letters along with an arrow and two feathers. Hanging from the pin is a gold ribbon that reads "Barbeque the Goats" in green letters and has a drawing of a goat being barbequed. Gift of the Alumni Society. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 15. UA 1992.005
Item 1992.033.8: "Go Indians Go" Football Button, undated
One aluminum button 2.25in.  in diameter used to promote William and Mary Football.  Set against a gold background is a football player surrounded by the words "Touchdown! Go Indians Go" in green. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 4. UA1992.033.8
Item 1992.033.9: Go Indians Button, 1992
One yellow aluminum button with green writing on it that says " We give a damn, go Indians". The button is 3in. in diameter. Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 6. UA 1992.033.9
Item 1994.086: William and Mary Football Button, circa 1924
One brown button measuring 2.75in.x1.75in. in the shape of a football with stitches and laces drawn on in black and the words "William and Mary," also in black. A black ribbon hangs from the button, with remnants of a gold-colored fabric stapled on. Gift of Mrs. Andre R. Goetz. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 18. UA 1994.086
Item 2010.466: William and Mary Football Pin, circa 1940s
One green and gold William and Mary pin with green and gold ribbons attached to it. There is also depiction of a leather football helmet made of brass on a gold chain attached to the pin. The pin is approximately 1.25in. in diameter while the green and gold ribbon is approximately 3.5in. long. The pin is in poor condition with heavy corrosion on the back of the pin. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 20. UA 2010.466
Item 2011.573: Fighting Virginians Pin, 1926
One greyish brown round metal button pin with headshot photos of each of the 25 [football?] players. Below the players' heads is the text 'Fighting Virginians / 1926.' Button has paper backing and a straight wire pin on the back. Pin is in good condition with only minor spotting on the front surface. Pin measures 2.25in. in diameter. Transferred from Alumni Association. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2011.573
Item 2011.575: Fight 'Em Indians Football Pin, circa 1940s-1950s
One oval metal button pin with the image of a football as the background and the text "FIGHT 'EM / INDIANS." Maker's mark on bottom edge of pin reads "THE WHITEHEAD & HOAG CO., NEWARK, N.J." Pin is in good condition with no visible defects to the front surface. Pin back has significant loss to the shiny plating of the metal. A fraying green and gold ribbon extends out of the bottom of the pin and is taped to the back side of the pin. Pin measures 2.75in. (length) x 1.75in. (width). Donation of Ed Trice, transferred from Alumni Association.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2011.575
Series 9: Other Fraternity/Sorority and Student Organization Keys
Item  1982.002: Kappa Beta Phi Key, 1912
This key belonged to Merritt Haviland Smith, who graduated from Williams College in 1913 and died in service in 1917. Kappa Beta Phi, the antithesis of Phi Beta Kappa, was a drinking club founded at Williams in 1894. The latin inscription on the reverse of the key, "Dum Vivamus Edimus et Biberimus," can be translated as "we live, we eat, we drink." Similar clubs existed at William and Mary around the turn of the century. Key is 0.6875in.  (width) x 1.8125in. (height). Located in Decorative Objects S2, SS1, Box 14. UA 1982.002
Item 1986.021.1: Theta Chi Delta Key of William G. Guy, undated
One gold key from Theta Chi Delta, an honorary chemistry fraternity, that once belonged to William and Mary student and professor William G. Guy. The key is shaped like a hexagon. The obverse of the key contains the Greek letters for Theta Chi Delta, and on the reverse are a balance with "College of William and Mary", "Prof. William G. Guy," and "A.H." written underneath. The key is approximately 1.125in. x 0.6875in. and is in good condition. Gift of Alfred Armstrong. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1986.021.11
Item 1986.021.2: Kappa Delta Pi Key of William G. Guy, May 15, 1963
One gold key from the Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Xi Chapter, an  international education honor society at William and Mary. The key was given to William G. Guy in 1963. The obverse of the key shows the Greek letters Kappa, Delta, and Pi on a scroll, and the obverse of the key is inscribed "W.G.G., C.W.M., 5-15-62, AZ." The key is 2in. x .75in. and is in good condition. Gift of Alfred Armstrong. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1986.021.2
Item 1986.021.5: Phi Eta Sigma Key of William G. Guy, circa 1924-1928
One gold key for the honor fraternity Phi Eta Sigma that was once owned by William and Mary student William G. Guy. The obverse of the key is inscribed with the Greek letters Phi Eta Sigma in black. The key is 1.25in. x 0.75in. and is in good condition. Gift of Alfred Armstrong. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1986.021.5
Item 1986.021.6: Phi Kappa Phi Key of William G. Guy, circa 1924-1928
One gold key for the honor fraternity Phi Kappa Phi that was once owned by William and Mary student William G. Guy. The key is shaped like the sun with a small globe in the middle of it. The Greek letters Phi Kappa Phi appear on the globe. The back of the key is engraved with "W.G.G., William & Mary."The key is approximately 1in. x 0.5in. and is in good condition. Gift of Alfred Armstrong. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1986.021.6
Item 1986.021.8: Sigma Pi Sima Key of William G. Guy, 1931
One gold key from Sigma Pi Sigma, a Physics Honor Society, that was once owned by William and Mary Student William G. Guy. At the top of the key, there are the Greek letters for Sigma Pi Sigma. Below the letters is a lamp with a light bulb shining rays of light. The reverse of the key is engraved "Sigma Zeta, W.G. Guy, '31." The key is approximately 1.5in. x .75in. and is in good condition. Gift of Alfred Armstrong. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1986.021.8
Item 1986.021.9: Sigma Psi Key of William G. Guy, undated
One gold key from Sigma Psi that was belonged to former William and Mary student William G. Guy. The obverse reads "Univ. of Chicago, 1903, WM G. Guy." On the reverse, there is the Greek letter for Sigma. The key is approximately 1.25in. x 0.75in. and is in good condition. Gift of Alfred Armstrong. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1986.021.9
Item 1994.080.3: A Key from an Unidentified Organization owned by J. Wilfred Lambert, undated
One gold key from an unidentified organization that once belonged to J. Wilfred Lambert, class of 1927, Professor of Psychology, and long-time administrator at the College of William and Mary. The key's face is shaped like a triangle with a black background. There are two hands holding a torch or a sceptor with the word "Iotopio" or "Iotopia." The reverse of the key is engraved "JWL" and "W & M". The key is 1.125in. x 0.75in. and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 24. UA 1994.080.3
Item 2010.153: Herbert Ganter French Key, undated
One copper-colored key that once belonged to Herbert Ganter, class of 1927 and College Archivist from 1948-1974. The key contains a knight's helmet and a shield containing a cross on the front. The bottom of the key reads "ilu et les dames" in French.  The key is approximately 0.25in. x 0.25in. It is in fair condition with some corrosion on the back. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA  2010.153
Item 2010.318.3: Order of the White Jacket Key of Ralph Stambaugh, undated
One silver metal key that once belonged to Ralph Stambaugh, a member of the alumni interest group the Order of the White Jacket. Engraved on the front of the key is the number "1" and "College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia." The back of the key is engraved with "Backus Nov. Co., PAT, Smethport, Pa." The key is approximately 1.25in. x 1.625in. and is in poor condition with corrosion all over. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2010.318.3
Item 2010.487: William and Mary Key with Gold Border, undated
One gold-colored key containing the College of William and Mary seal with a gold border along the edges of the key. It is approximately 0.625in. x 1.25in. and is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 24. UA 2010.487
Item 2010.488: William and Mary Key with College Seal, undated
One gold-colored key containing the College of William and Mary seal with a gold border along the edges of the key. It is approximately 0.625in. x 1.25in. and is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 24. UA 2010.488
Series 10: William and Mary Buttons and Pins
Item 1985.079.7: William and Mary Button, circa 1925-1936
One aluminum button the reads "W & M' in gold lettering. The button was once owned by Martha Virginia Sleet, class of 1928. The top third of the button is gold, the middle third is green, and the bottom third is silver. The button is attached to a green, gold, and silver ribbon. The button is 1.25in. in diameter and the ribbon is approximately 2in. long. The button is in fair condition with rust on the back of it and the ribbon starting to fade and wrinkle. Gift of Jack Tharp. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1.UA 1985.079.7
Item 1986.059: William and Mary Button, circa 1984
One green and yellow button 2.25in. in diameter. "College of William and Mary 1693" is written around the edge, and the center features the Tribe logo with the letters "W" and "M" and two feathers. Swem SCRC purchase from the bookstore circa 1984. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 14. UA 1986.059
Item  1987.070: Tribe Logo Pin, 1987
One small pin with the letters "W" and "M" and two feathers in green and gold. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 15.  UA 1987.070
Item 2010.151: William and Mary Pin, circa 1940
One green, gold, and silver William and Mary brass pin. The initials "W. & M." are written in gold on the front. There are green, gold, and silver ribbons attached to the pin. The pin is 1.25in.  in diameter and the ribbons are 3.5in.  long. The pin is in fair condition. Transferred from the John and Marilyn Entwisle Scrapbooks (UA 5.072). Formerly housed in UA Small Collections, Box 6. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2010.151
Series 11: Other Organizational Pins
Item 1981.011: Mortar Board Pin
One gold and black enamel membership badge for Mortar Board that belonged to Dean of Women Grace W. Landrum. The pin is in the shape of an academic cap and bears the Greek letters for Pi Sigma Alpha. Located in Decorative Objects S2 SS1, Box 8. UA 1981.011
Item 1986.021.7: Red Cross Pin of Gladys Guy, circa 1941
One gold Red Cross that was once owned by Gladys Guy, wife of William and Mary student William G. Guy. The pin has a red background with a red and white cross in the middle. The pin is approximately 1.75in. x 0.375in.  and is in good condition. Gift of Alfred Armstrong. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1986.021.7
Item 2010.152: Virginia Military Institute Pin, circa 1940
One red, yellow, and white pin from the Virginia Military Institute. The initials "V.M.I" are written in red on the pin, and there are red, yellow, and white ribbons attached to the pin.It is in poor condition with rust on the back and the ribbons are bent. The pin is 1.25in. in diameter and the ribbons are 3.25in. long. Transferred from the John and Marilyn Entwisle Scrapbooks (UA 5.072), formerly housed in UA Small Collections, Box 6. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2010.152
Item 2010.414.1: Rene Henry Boy Scout Pin, undated
One gold pin with the Boy Scouts of America Eagle and flur-de-lis that once belonged to Rene Henry, class of 1954 at the College of William and Mary. It is approximately 0.4375in. in diameter and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 25. UA 2010.414.1
Item 1982.040: Philomathean Literary Society Ribbon, June 29, 1892
Philomathean Society ribbon. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1982.040
Item 1983.127: College Coat-of-Arms, undated
A representation of the College of William and Mary coat-of-arms, painted on vellum with gilt trim and mounted on wooden stretchers. It measures 5.75 in. x 4.5 in. Located in Art S4. UA 1983.127.
Item 1991.053: Kappa Sigma Spring Dance Paddle, 1951
One shellac oak paddle that was given out by the Kappa Sigma fraternity at the Spring Dance in 1951 at the College of William and Mary. The front of the paddle in engraved with the crest of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity with "NU CHAPTER" engraved in black beneath it. The back of the paddle is engraved with the Greek letters Kappa and Sigma in black, "SPRING DANCE" is engraved in the middle of the paddle, and "1951" is engraved at the bottom of the paddle. Attached to the paddle is a green and orange silk chord and tassel. The paddle is approximately 8.25in. x 2.5in. and is in good condition. The tassel is approximately 12in. long. Gift of James W. Baker and Elaine Campton Baker. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 14. UA 1991.053
Item 1994.076: William and Mary ROTC Unit Crest, 1962-1966
One green, blue, gold, and white pin with the College seal. William and Mary ROTC unit crests were worn on both shoulders. This one belonged to Lynn A. Dievendorf ,class of 1966.Gift of Lynn A. Dievendorf. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 10. UA 1994.076
Item 2002.133: Swem Library Student Library Aide Button, undated
One aluminum button that was worn by a student library aide at Swem Library at the College of William and Mary. The button is cream and green with the words "Student Library Aide" printed in green. It is approximately 2.25in. in diameter and in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 2010.133
Item 2008.10: Sigma Pi Fraternity Paddle, circa 1945
The front side of this Sigma Pi fraternity paddle has a Sigma Pi crest sticker, next to a "William & Mary" sticker.  Both stickers are worn and missing some portions. The back side of the paddle has Greek letter Sigma Pi sticker, which is also worn and the signatures of 30 men. Paddle measures aprpoximately 27.5in.(length). Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2008.10
Item 2009.065: College of William and Mary Gold Fraternity Bracelet, circa 1937
One gold bracelet that was once worn by Bruce Mattson and given to Mary Hurley Mackey Sainsbury, both students at William and Mary. The bracelet has a black onyx centerpiece with a gold crest. The crest contains the Greek letters Pi Kappa Alpha. The bracelet is approximately 3.5in. long and is in good condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 24. UA 2009.065
Item 2009.210: Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Shield, 2008
One wooden shield shaped like a crest that was created by Tyler Hudgins for his Neophyte Showing during the Fall 2008 semester. The shield is made of wood and spray painted black and gold. In the middle of the shield is 1975 (the date the chapter was founded at Williamand Mary), “Kappa Pi”, Alpha Phi Alpha in Greek letters, and a triangle with a 1 in the middle of it. At the top are 7 jewels representing the 7 founders of the fraternity, the 8 stars on the left represented the 8 solos that crossed into Kappa Pi, and the 8 stars on the right are the charter members of the Kappa Pi chapter. At the bottom of the shield is the date 1906, the founding of the national organization. The back of the shield contains a black strap used as a handle. It measures 19.25in x 12in and is in good condition. Gift of Tyler Hudgins. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.210
Item 2011498.14: Wooden Parade Baton, circa 1923
One wooden parade baton separated into three sections by raised wooden decorations. The top has a carved pineapple design in it. Right below that there are  beige-silver, green and gold ribbons attached to the baton. The baton measures approximately 20in and is in excellent condition. UA 2011.498.14.
Item 2011682.01: Framed Tercentenary Coat of Arms, circa 1993
Personalized Coat of Arms for Hays T. Watkins, Rector of the Board of Visitors from 1987-1993. The coat of arms models the William and Mary seal with a smiling sun at the top. There are a set of railroad tracks that cut diagonally through the seal. On top of the tracks is placed a white and gold heraldry. On the left side of the tracks, within the seal, are images of the Wren Building. On the right side of the tracks is a depiction of networks of railroad companies and gazebo at the bottom. The railroad tracks and the networks of railroad companies refer to Watkins career as President, CEO, and Chairman of the Chessie System, CSX, and the B&O Railroad. There are two palm trees on either side of the coat of arms and a banner below the coat of arms that reads "RECTOR MAGNIFICUS." Below the coat of arms "Watkins" is written in red old English font. The coat of arms was given to Watkins by Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, Chancellor of the College of William and Mary from 1986-1993. The framed coat of arms measures approximately 2ft. 2.5in. (length) x 1ft 8.5in. (width) and is in excellent condition. Donated by H. Thomas Watkins III. UA 2011.682.01
Item 2011.700.4: Drum Major Mace, 1968-2009
A silver Drum Major mace that belonged to Jim Anthony, class of 1952, who was a drum major in the William and Mary band as a student. After graduation he became part of the Alumni band. The mace has a long silver handle and a sphere at the top. The mace measures approximately 31in. and is in good condition. The sphere of the mace has many dents and scratches, evidence considerable wear and tear. Transferred upon receipt from the Jim Anthony Papers (Mss. 2011.700, Acc. 2013.200). Gift of Sharon Scruggs, daughter of Jim Anthony. UA 2011.700.04
Category 9: Recreational Artifacts
Artifacts created to be used as toys or to carry on the activities of games, sports, gambling, or public entertaiment.
Classification 1: Game Equipment
Artifacts originally created for competitive activities based on chance, problem-solving, manual dexterity, or calculation, rather than strenuous physical effort, and conducted according to stated rules.  This category also includes all forms of gambling devices.
Item 1993.010: WM Maryoploy Game, 1992
Board game based on Parker Brothers' Monopoly game, versions of which have been done for universities. Produced by Late for the Sky Productions Company, this is the College of William and Mary version, using campus and Williamsburg landmarks. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1993.010
Classification 2: Public Entertainment Devices
Artifacts originally created for the presenation of non-competitive spectator entertainment.
Item 2007.030.1: Gentlemen of the College Scrub Shirt Prop, undated
One light blue scrub shirt that was used as a prop during performances by William and Mary male a capella group, Gentlemen of the College. It is in fair condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 65.  UA  2007.030.1
Item 2007.030.2: Gentlemen of the College Wool Hat Prop, April 1994
One red wool child sized hat that was worn by Rick Giglio during a "Fat Albert" skit at the final concert performance by William and Mary male a capella group, Gentlemen of the College. It is approximately 8in. in diameter and is in fair condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 65. UA 2007.030.2
Item 2007.030.3: Gentlemen of the College Maroon Hat Prop, April 1994
One maroon and white striped wool ski mask worn by Adam Shoemaker for a "Fat Albert" song at the 1994 final concert of William and Mary male a capella group, Gentlemen of the College. It is approximately 9.5in. in diameter and is in fair condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 65. UA 2007.030.3
Item 2007.030.4: Gentlemen of the College Garfield Socks Prop, undated
One pair of blue cotton socks with the cartoon character Garfield on them that were used as props during performances by William and Mary male a capella group, Gentlemen of the College. It isapproximately 10in. (length) and is in fair condition. Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 65.  UA 2007.030.4
Item 2007.030a: Gentlemen of the College Beer Bong Prop, circa 1992-2006
One blue plastic cone with plastic tubing that may have been used as a prop during performances by the a cappella group, Gentlemen of the College.Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 1000.  UA  2007.030
Item 2007.030b: Gentlemen of the College Yellow Rubber Dish Gloves, circa 1992-2006
One pair of yellow rubber dish gloves that may have been used during performances by the a cappella group, Gentlemen of the College. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 1000. UA 2007.030
Item 2007.030c: Gentlemen of the College Orange Star-Shaped Sunglasses, circa 1992-2006
One orange plastic pair of star-shaped sunglasses that may have been used as props at performances by the a cappellla group, Gentlemen of the College.Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 1000. UA 2007.030
Item  2007.030d: Gentlemen of the College Green Star-Shaped Sunglasses, circa 1992-2006
One pair of green plastic star-shaped sunglasses that may have been used as props at performances by the a cappellla group, Gentlemen of the College.Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 1000. UA 2007.030
Item  2007.030e: Gentlemen of the College Particulate Respirators, circa 1992-2006
2-paper particulate respirators that may have been used as props at performances by the a cappella group, Gentlemen of the College. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 1000. UA 2007.030
Classification 3: Recreational Devices
Artifacts originally created for participatory, usually non-competative, recreational activities other than athletic games.  This classification includes equipment for entertainment, such as a carousel, a pinball machine, a swing, or a slide, whether such equipment is publicly or privately owned and whether or not a charge is associated with its use.
Item 2011498.15: Narragansett Wooden Dumb-Bells, Circa 1920s
One pair of wooden dumb-bells most likely used at in the Blow Gymnasium during the 1920s, '30s,  and '40s. The dumb-bells have large round  top and bottom ends with a slender middle handle. On the bottom round end of the first dumb-bell (a), there is the logo for the Narragansett company. This logo has a gold circle outlined with a red one with a white center. Inside the gold circle is written "NARRAGANSETT MACHINE CO." in black in an arch at the top and "PROVIDENCE, R.I U.S.A." in black in an arch at the bottom. In the white center is a red "N" and "STANDARD" written in black perspective font. Below  this logo "1/2 lb." is written in black. The dumb-bells measure approximately 11in. and weigh 0.5lbs. each. The dumb-bells are in fair condition with each one having suffered considerable wear and tear on their large round tops and bottoms. Dumb-bell "a" has chipping on the large round top (side without the Narragansett logo) as well as multiple dents and a 2in., approximately 1in., and another approximately 1in. crack. The bottom (side with the Narragansett logo) also has multiple dents. Dumb-bell "b" has an approximately 2in. black stain on one of  its large, round sides as well as a few other black stains near it. Transferred by the Alumni Association. UA 2011.498.15a-b
Classification 4: Sports Equipment
Artifacts originally created for physical activities that are often competitive.  This classification includes equipment used in all forms of athletic games, including individual and team sports.  Sports and their specialized equipment have proliferated over the years.  Object groupings in this classification focus on th most popular sports while not attempting to be encyclopedic.  Object terms seek to cover the forms that are the most familiar and most likely to be part of museum collections.  If a specific term is not listed, consider using the broader "Gear" term.  terms covering practice, warm-up, and exercise equipment can be found in Recreational Devices.  Note: The word "Gear," employed in many of the primary object terms below, suggests a plural connotation even though Nomenclature object terms are in the sigular.  The use of "Gear" as an object term (rather than as a sub-classification) provides the cataloger with terms that allow the indexing of an unlisted object or an object whose term is listed elsewhere with its associated sport.
Item 1991.022: Footballs, circa 1975
2 - White plastic footballs, decorated with gold stripes, a Native American Indian, and the words "William and Mary, complements [of] Williamsburg National Bank." Approximately 6 in. long. Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 1991.022
Item 1991.033: Football, 1945
Football used in the 1945 William and Mary vs. University of Richmond football game, which William and Mary won 33-0. The ball is signed by members of the football team. Located in Rec Obj S3, Box 1. UA 1991.033
Item 1998.061: William and Mary Golf Tees, undated
11 - Yellow golf tees with "Go For the Green" and "William & Mary Indians" printed in black. Located in Rec Obj S3, Box 5. UA 1998.061
Item 2008.006: Baseball Glove and Ball, 1933
Baseball glove and ball mounted on frame with a green felt background meant to be hung to mimic a baseball diamond. The attached tag reads "Favorite Equipment - A. J. Christensen Capt./1st Baseman W&M Indians, '33 - Member: Athletics Hall of Fame and Order of White Jackets (sic) - Glove: A gift to "Andy" from Billy Gooch, Athletic Director". It measures approximately 16.5 in. x 16.5 in. Transferred from the Alumni Association, gift of the family. Located in Rec Obj S3, Box 3. UA 2008.006
Item 2009.098: Leigh Tucker Jones Fencing Foil, circa 1925
One metal fencing foil used by Leigh Tucker Jones as a student (class of 1926) and a Professor of Physical Education at the College of William and Mary. The plaque on the wood backing reads "Foil used by Leigh Tucker Jones, '26; Professor of Physical Education, 1922-1942; Varsity Fencing Coach, The College of William and Mary. Gift of Carolyn Baytop Sinclair, '24." The wood backing measures 45.5 in. x 7.75 in. The foil itself is approximately 40 in. long and has a gripped handle. The foil is in fair condition due to rusting. Gift of Carolyn Baytop Sinclair, class of 1924. Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 2009.098
Item 2009.369: Tennis Racket of Giles Buckner Cooke, circa 1920s
One wooden tennis racket with metal strings that once belonged to Giles Buckner Cooke, class of 1923 at the College of William and Mary. The racket was made by A.G. Spalding and Brothers in the United States. The model of the racket is a Forspun Gut. The strings are made of metal and are green and gold in color. The name “Ann Dorsey Cooke” is written in pencil on the head of the racket. There is a green label attached to the racket with “COOKE” inscribed on it. The shaft of the racket is inscribed with “Spalding Nassau No. 6”. The racket is approximately 27 in. x 8.75 in. The racket is in fair condition with some damage to the head of the racket and the grip of the handle is starting to come off. Gift of Anna Dorsey Cooke Allison, class of 1959. Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 2009.369
Item 2009.476: Baseball, 1938
One baseball signed by the 1938 state champion William and Mary Baseball team. The baseball belonged to John Purtill, Sr., class of 1940.  The ball is approximately 2.5 in. in diameter. The game ball is well-used with many dirt stains. The outlines of the signatures are cleaned making some of the signatures more visible. Located in Rec Obj S3, Box 5. UA 2009.476
Item 2012.155.1: CAA Baseball, 2012
Ball was presumably hit by W&M or opposing baseball team at Plumeri Park. Collected by Swem SCRC staff at Dillard Complex near Swem Off Site Storage (SOSS) in April 2012. Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 2012.155.01
Classification 5: Toys
Artifacts originally created as playthings.  Toys often represent functional objects, such as toy teapots, or toy ships, or living things, such as baby dolls or stuffed animals.  Toys also include objects developed primarily for play, such as balls, tops, or kites.  Note: Toys that are small representations of objects normally used in human activity should be given the object name "Toy."  The cataloger may also use "Model" from Other Documents or "miniature" from Art if appropriate.  Information about what the toy represents should be recorded in a subject field; this information may be entered acording to the naming conventions and object terms use throughout Nomenclature.
Item 1987.071: Frisbee, 1987
White Frisbee with the William and Mary's Tribe logo and the word "Indian" in green letters. 9.25 in. in diameter.  Located in Rec Obj S3, Box 4. UA 1987.071
Item 1988.108: Green Frog, 1969
One green plush frog, 8.5in.(length), with "William and Mary College" written down its back; sold in college bookstore. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 1988.108
Item 1991.021: Green Plastic Basketball, circa 1975
One green basketball decorated with the head of an Indian and carrying an advertisement for Ward Pontiac Dealership. Approximately 4 in. in diameter. Located in Rec Obj S3, Box 2. UA 1991.021
Item 1993.001.2: William and Mary Stuffed Dog, undated
One green stuffed dog with a gold tail, ears, and lower jaw. There is a tag on its neck that reads "Nutsy", which is a genuine Personality Pet from Collegiate Manufacturing Company in Ames, Iowa. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 1. UA 1993.001.2
Item 2002.036: Pom-Poms, 2002
2 - Green and gold pom-poms intended for fans at sporting events attached to white plastic handles, with the words "Take Pride in the Tribe" written on the handles. Located in Rec Obj S3, Box 4. UA 2002.036
Item 2002.049.1: Vote Yes William and Mary Nerf Football, circa 2001
One small nerf football in gold and green with "W&M Vote Yes Higher Ed Nov. 5" printed on one side. Located in Rec Obj S3, Box 2. UA 2002.049.1
Item 2007.009: Indian Mascot Doll, circa 1940-1949
One Indian Mascot Doll wearing a green jumpsuit. A baige "W" and "M" is on his chest. The doll is 15in. tall. Image is available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/545132892/. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4, Box 2.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2007.009
Item 2007.030.7: Gentlemen of the College Doll, 1997-1998
One felt stuffed doll, nicknamed "Soulless Doll," that was used by the all-male a cappella group, Gentlemen of the College, during 1997 to 1998 as a pre-concert good luck charm. The doll is wearing a farmer's outfit with a straw hat. It is approximately 3.75in. x 8.75in. and is in fair condition. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2007.030.7
Item 2008.062: Beanbag Football, 2008
Beanbag football with "Tribe" written in gold on the front by the laces. Given out at the Jimmye Laycock Center opening for the public on June 29, 2008. Located in Rec Obj S3, Box 5. UA 2008.062
Item 2008.119: William and Mary Pom-Pom, circa 2005
One William and Mary pom-pom used at athletic games at the College of William and Mary. The handle is white with a green "WM " and two feathers coming out of the "WM".  The streamers in the pom-pom are green and gold. The handle is 2.75 in. x 1 in. The pom-pom is in good condition.  Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 2008.119
Item 2008.122: William and Mary Frisbee, 2007
One red Frisbee made of plastic with the William and Mary Coat of Arms in White. The Frisbee is 9.25in. in diameter and is in good condition. Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 2008.122
Item 2010.193.5: Olympic Teddy Bear, 1979-1980
A brown teddy bear with black felt fingers and toes. The teddy bear has brown  plastic eyes and a black sewn on smile. The teddy bear has on a white shirt that features the Olympics logo in gold with sparkles and the colors of the Olympics logo (blue, yellow, green, and red) in stripes branching out from the Olympics logo. The teddy bear has a white unifold tag attached to it with a cartoon image of the bear on one side and copy write information on the other. Inside the tag is typed "MISHA™ IS THE OFFICIAL MASCOT OF THE 1980 MOSCOW OLYMPIC GAMES. A PORTION OF THE PURCHASE PRICE OF MISHA™ GOES TO THE SUPPORT OF YOUR COUNTRY'S OLYMPIC COMMITTEE. ALL NEW MATERIALS • HAND-CRAFTED• NON-ALLERGENIC• SURFACE WASHABLE." The inside of the tag goes on to describe how to clean the teddy bear and explains that it meets state and federal safety regulations. There is a white tag with red writing on it coming out of the teddy bear's rear that explains the aforementioned information. The teddy bear was designed by Victor Chizhikov.The teddy bear is in excellent condition and measures approximately 10.5in. (height). Gift of Rene A. Henry. UA 2010.193.05
Item 2011.017: Green and Gold Plastic Football, 2006
One plastic green and gold miniature football that was given out at the groundbreaking ceremony of the Jimmye Laycock Football Center at the College of William and Mary on September 15, 2006. The football contains the William and Mary logo with a green "WM" and two green feathers sticking out from the "M." The football was once owned by Randall S. Hawthorne, class of 1967. Approximately 3 in. x 5 in. It is in good condition. Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 2011.017
Item 2011.075: Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority Stuffed Dog, circa 1940s
One black and gold felt stuffed animal shaped like a dog that may have been used as a mascot for the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. The dog has two button eyes and a gold bow around its neck. It is approximately 9in. x 8in. and it is in poor condition with several holes in the ears, face, and legs of the dog. Located in Textiles S1 SS8. UA 2011.075
Item 2013.029.1: W&M Global Film Festival Frisbee, 2013
Translucent purple plastic (polypropylene) frisbee with the Global Film Festival logo (a globe stand with a film reel in place of the earth's sphere) and its web address, filmfestival.wm.edu.The underside of the frisbee features a circular sticker with information about the 2013 Film Festival: "Thurs - Sun, Feb 14-17 / HOW WILL YOU SPIN IT? / Film & Youth W&M Global Film Festival 2013 / Kimball Theatre on Merchant's Square / filmfestival.wm.edu." Frisbee measures 8.5 in. in diameter and is in fair condition with a 4.25 in. crack extending from the center to the outside rim. Frisbee was collected by SCRC staff. Located in Rec Obj S3. UA 2013.029.01
Item 2013.098.1: "Pinwheels for Prevention" Pinwheel, 2012
Pinwheel with metallic blue and silver flexible plastic spokes and blue polypropylene axle and stick. www.pinwheelsforprevention.org is printed in white on the stick. The pinwheel measures 15.25 in. x 6.5 in. Pinwheels for Prevention is an initiative of the nonprofit organization Prevent Child Abuse America, which uses the pinwheel as a grassroots campaign symbol to "remind us of childlike notions and stands for the chance at the healthy, happy and full lives all children deserve." Pinwheels similar to this one have been located along the walkway in front of the Integrated Science Center. Donated by Joseph Galano, Professor Emeritus from W&M's Dept of Psychology. Dr. Galano has worked at the local, state, and national levels to prevent child abuse and neglect, including working with Prevent Child Abuse Virginia and the City of Hampton’s Healthy Families Partnership. Located in Rec Obj, S3. UA 2013.098.01
Category 10: Unclassifiable Artifacts
Artifacts originally created to serve a purpose that cannot be identified at the time the object is cataloged.
Item 1981.102: College Bell, 1717
A fragment of a 1717 bell cast to hang in the Chapel of the College Building (now commonly known as the Wren Building). The fragment was rescued from the debris of the 1859 fire. Images available at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/545254817/.  Located in B&G S5. UA 1981.102
Item 1985.009: Piece of Wood from the Live Oak Tree, 1943
Piece of wood from the live oak tree removed from the entrance to campus in 1943; the tree was believed to have been planted in the early 1700s. Located in B&G S5. UA 1985.009
Item 1987.010: Herbert Ganter medals, ring, 1927
One W&M class of 1927 ring, inscribed "HLG,AB" on inside; one KA pin with guard, decorated with pearls and sapphires; KA pin in gold with black enamal; one replica of the original KA badge; a silver charm with KA seal on it; replica of original PBK key, with initials "GH" on reverse; Ganter's 1925 PBK key; scholarship or literary key inscribed "HL Ganter /24-/27"; charm on chain with W&M Greek temple seal; 3-medals from Sacred Heart School and 7-from St Mary's University, Texas; one gold watch on chain; one locket; one fleiur-de-lys pin; one pieces of California gold; and on 1968 penny in a bottle. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1987.010
Item 1987.147: Buttons, belt buckles, cockades, 1898
John Womack Wright Collection of 68 buttons, 2 belt buckles, and 2 cockades taken from Spanish prisoners of war or from sunken ships off of Cuba; also a commemorative medal for the World's Columbian Exhibition in Chicago, 1893. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1987.147
Item 1989.121: Plate Fragment, circa 1924-29
One large fragment of a plate decorated with the Greek temple form of the college seal; the plate was made by Carr, Kinnier, Montgomery, & Co.. It was found near a mill site on Lake Matoaka by the son of John Hodges. The plant is 7in. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA1989.121
Item 1990.017: Earl Gregg Swem Pin Collection
Various medals, pins, and other items. Includes one SAE pin, 2 ODK keys, one  Alpha Kappa Psi pin, one FHC medal, Phi Beta Kappa key, one Williamsburg High School pin, one Hi-Y(high school organization) pin, 4 dog tags and 2 service buttons from World War II, and a 35 year service pin from the US Treasury Dept; and what may be a broken SAE pendant.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1. UA 1990.017
Item 1993.031: Medals and Pins of Joseph Henry Saunders, 1917-1944
3-items owned by Joseph Henry Saunders (class of 1917): a small octagonal pin indicating his lifetime membership in the National Education Association; a Kappa Phi Kappa key dated 1917; and an Alpha Beta key he received as a Service Award in 1944. Gift of Mrs. Jane McMurray of Newport News, VA.  Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 17. UA1993.031
Item 1993.036: Medals and Pins of Dyckman W. Vermilye, 1939-1943
5-items owned by Dyckman W. Vermilye (class of 1943): a Phi Kappa Tau fraternity pin; a medallion given out at a dance, hanging from a red ribbon; an F.H.C. medal; a "13" Club medal, shaped like a clover with a skull and crossbones; and a "7" Society key. There is also a green and yellow ribbon with no medal attached. A President's Aide pin also donated by Vermilye was kept by the Alumni Society for its collection. Gift of Dyckman Vermilye of Corrales, NM. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS1, Box 17.  UA 1993.036
Item 1998.057.1: Tapestry Sample, circa 1693
One tapestry sample of the William and Mary period, from Holyrood Castle in Edinburgh. The sample measures  4in. by 10.5in. Made of wool.  Gift of Miss Gertrude Whiting of New York, NY. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 35. UA 1998.057.1
Item 1998.057.2: Tapestry Sample, circa 1693
One tapestry sample of the William and Mary period, from Holyrood Castle in Edinburgh. The cloth measures 3.5in.x 7in. Made of linen.  Gift of Miss Gertrude Whiting of New York, NY. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 35. UA 1998.057.2
Item 1998.057.3: Tapestry Sample, circa 1693
One tapestry sample of the William and Mary period, from Holyrood Castle in Edinburgh. The sample measures 5in.x 6.5in. Made of wool.  Gift of Miss Gertrude Whiting of New York, NY. Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 35. UA1998.057.3
Item 1999.063: Felt Samples, circa 1940
4-felt samples in various shades of green used to select the material for freshman duc cap beanies. Transferred from Office of the President. John Stewart Bryan, 1933-1942 Collection (UA 2.10). Located in Textiles S1 SS8, Box 34. UA 1999.063
Item 2009.274: Pieces of Fabric from a Queen's Guard Uniform, undated
Four pieces of cloth that are used to make the College of William and Mary's Queen's Guard uniforms. Each piece is a different color corresponding to the design of the uniform. There is a solid red piece for the jacket, a solid black piece for the pants, a solid white piece, and a woven tartan piece used in the baldric. Each piece is approximately 3.5in. x 3.125in. and is in good condition. The pieces were attached to a photograph of a member of the Queen's Guard and is located in the University Archives Photograph Collection. A copy of the photograph is with the fabric. Located in Textiles S1 SS7. UA 2009.274
Item 2009.279: Pottery Shards found on the William and Mary Campus, undated
7-pieces of pottery found on the campus of William and Mary, mainly around the Wren Building, by Laura Parrish from 1983-1984. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2009.279
Item 2009.561: Piece of Fabric from Edna Turnblad's Dress in Hairspray, circa 2002
One piece of blue, red, green, and white fabric that was used to make Edna Turnblad's dress in the Broadway musical Hairspray. The dress was created by William and Mary alumnus William Ivey Long for the character Edna Turnblad, played by actor Harvey Fierstein. The fabric is in good condition.  Located in Textiles S1 SS7, Box 70. UA 2009.561
Item 2010.402: Green and Gold Feathers, circa 2007-2008
One gold and one green feather collected by alumnus Karla Bruno from students at the College of William and Mary. The gold feather is approximately 5.25in. (length) and the green feather is approximately 4in.(length). The feathers are in fair condition and the green feather is bent slightly at the top. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 2010.402
Item 2010.455: Black Floor Sample for Blow Gymnasium, 1980
A cardboard color sample for Z352 Black that was submitted to the College of William and Mary to use on the floors in the Blow Gymnasium. The color sample was submitted by the Marsteller Corporation of Roanoke, Virginia. The sample is approximately 10.25 in x 2.5 in and is in fair condition. Located in B&G S5. UA 2010.455
Item 1987.022: Cup Fragment, circa 1920s
Fragment of a coffee cup showing the Greek temple form of the college seal. Bone china with yellow shield-shaped emblem featuring the sun shining on a greek temple with "1693" written at the bottom. Seal is surrounded by a green and gold cirlce; green and gold lines cirlce the rim. The fragment was found on Canterbury Lane in Walnut Hills area of Williamsburg during a landscaping project in 1987. Cup was used in the campus dining hall during the 1920s. Dimensions: 2 1/8" H, 3 3/4" at widest point; handle is 1 1/2" long and extends 7/8" from cup. Condition: broken fragment, some dirt residue still visible. Images available at https://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/13452701644 and https://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/13452329885. Located in Dec Obj S2, SS4. UA 1987.022

Administrative Information

Repository
Special Collections Research Center
Accruals
The University Archives adds material to this collection on a regular basis as items are transferred by university offices or given by individuals and organizations.
Acquisition Source
Various gifts, transfers, and purchases.
Acquisition Method
Information about acquisitions is available by consulting a Special Collections Research Center staff member.
Separated Materials

A photograph of a member of the Queen's Guard was separated from Acc. 2009.274 and transferred to the University Archives Photograph Collection (UA 8) on 6/30/2009.

Two magnets featuring the Spring 2005 and Winter 2006-2007 home game schedules at William and Mary were pulled from the Athletics Department Records (UA 181) and added to this collection on 7/27/2011.

Various awards and plaques were taken from the Athletics Department Records (UA 181) , Acc. 2011.535, and were transferred to this collection on 8/15/2011.

Acc. 2011.384-400 and Acc. 2011.718 were previously part of the University Archives Subject File Collection (UA 9) and were added to this collection on 12/20/2011.

Related Materials

Consult the collections of university departments, organizations, and individuals for related material. Images of some artifacts are available through the SCRC's Flickr account at http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/.

A photograph of a member of the Queen's Guard was separated from Acc. 2009.274 and transferred to the University Archives Photograph Collection (UA 8) on 6/30/2009.

Two magnets featuring the Spring 2005 and Winter 2006-2007 home game schedules at William and Mary were pulled from the Athletics Department Records (UA 181) and added to this collection on 7/27/2011.

Various awards and plaques were taken from the Athletics Department Records (UA 181) , Acc. 2011.535, and were transferred to this collection on 8/15/2011.

Acc. 2011.384-400 and Acc. 2011.718 were previously part of the University Archives Subject File Collection (UA 9) and were added to this collection on 12/20/2011.

For more information please see http://www.flickr.com/photos/scrc/.
Preferred Citation
University Archives Artifact Collection, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.
Processing Information
Accessions from 2008 forward accessioned and described by Steven Bookman, University Archives Specialist. Acquisition information for material received after 7/13/2009 is available by consulting a Special Collections Research Center staff member.
Finding Aid Revision History
Online finding aid compiled from accession records and backlog. New accessions are added on an ongoing basis.