Correspondence regarding choice of first president, proposed merger of Medical School with Medical College of Virginia, and Co-ordinate College for women [manuscript] 1902-1916.


University of Virginia. Correspondence regarding choice of first president, proposed merger of Medical School with Medical College of Virginia, and Co-ordinate College for women [manuscript] 1902-1916.

Correspondence regarding choice of first president, proposed merger of Medical School with Medical College of Virginia, and Co-ordinate College for women [manuscript] 1902-1916.

Correspondents include: Archibald M. Aiken, Edwin A. Alderman, Paul B. Barringer, Allen Caperton Braxton, Jonathan Bryan, Joseph Bryan, Walter Coles Cabell, John Staige Davis, George H. Dewey, Edward Echols, Carter H. Fitzhugh, Thomas Fitzhugh, Carter Glass, Armistead C. Gordon, R. Tate Irvine, Dr. George Ben Johnston, Charles Pinckney Jones, Stuart McGuire, George W. Miles, John Bassett Moore, R. Walton Moore, Dean James M. Page, Col. William E. Peters, Dr. Christopher Tompkins, Robt. B. Tunstall, Oscar W. Underwood, Francis P. Venable, Hugh N. White, William H. White, Richard H. Whitehead. Other subjects treated: Controversy regarding T. Roosevelt's ride to Monticello in letter of Charles Noble to Andrew J. Montague; intercollegiate sports opposed by John S. Mosby; petition for steam heat on West Lawn.

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