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Wirephoto prints collection

Identifier: Am-Mss-Wirephoto
Overview Wirephoto prints depicting African-American politicians, protesters, Navy sailors, and entertainers; and female American and British politicians and other public figures.
Dates: 1930 - 1978
Found in: Chapin Library

William Richmond Witherell Papers

Identifier: MC -283
Scope and Contents The William Witherell papers contain diaries from Witherell's time as a Williams College student and letters Witherell wrote to his wife Katherine Witherell during his time deployed to France during World War I. Several of the letters have had sections redacted by military censors. Also included in the collection is the Williams College 1907 Senior Class book in which Mr. Witherell recorded many details about the lives of his classmates after graduation.
Dates: 1903 - 1967

Marc Wolf papers

Identifier: MC-273
Scope and Contents The Marc Wolf papers include materials relating to the production of the one-man theatre show Another American: Asking and Telling from the late 1990s and early 2000s, written and performed by Marc Wolf (Williams 1984). The collection includes oral history interviews of veterans and active-duty members of the US Armed Forces, politicians, family members, and others, conducted by Marc Wolf from 1996 to 1999. The interviews relate to the Clinton Administration's "Don't Ask Don't Tell" policy and...
Dates: 1990 - 2012

Frederic T. Wood papers

Identifier: MC-131
Scope and Contents The Frederic T. Wood papers include letters from WWI soldiers from the field, correspondence between: trustees, non-Williams administrators, WWI book editors and their files, trustee notes and meeting information, letters to/from Williams faculty and staff, newspaper clippings of Wood's interests often with Williams connections, Williams medal information, Williams Club, Sigma Phi Alum activities and Gargoyle's alum support and interests in other campus activities. Many letters contain several...
Dates: 1898 - 1953

James Wood papers

Identifier: MC -221
Scope and Contents Personal and professional papers from Williams College Professor of History James Wood. Papers include professional correspondence, documentation of committee work, graduate school materials, class notes, course syllabi, student lists, lesson plans, and course readings.
Dates: 1972 - 2016

Charles Johnson Woodbury papers

Identifier: MC-101
Scope and Contents The Charles Johnson Woodbury papers, circa 1865-1927, consist of writings including notes, publications, sermons and correspondence. They have been kept in the order in which they were received. The majority of the papers are handwritten works by Woodbury that are difficult to classify and are consequently referred to as ‘notes’ in the contents list. These writings detail Woodbury’s attitudes towards several subjects, especially religion, education and divorce. Several of the...
Dates: circa 1865-1927

World War I Photographs collection

Identifier: Gen-Mss-WWI
Scope and Contents The World War I photographs collection contains photographic prints, primarily of locations in France and Belgium, dating to the First World War (circa 1914-1919). Many photographs document the destruction of towns and civilian buildings, including houses, churches, and farms. Several show soldiers preparing for battle, drilling, and fighting. Other subjects include trenches in the aftermath of battle, soldiers recovering from injuries and relaxing during leisure time, and local people. Many of...
Dates: circa 1914-1919
Found in: Chapin Library

Wrestling Team records

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-015
Scope and Contents Wrestling team records, created and maintained by the wrestling coach, includes photographs and related information about events. Highlights include action photographs of team members and individual wrestler images.
Dates: 2013 - 2017

William O. Wyckoff papers

Identifier: MC-111
Scope and Contents The papers reflect Wyckoff's research into involvement by members of the Williams College community in the Second World War. Includes campus publications during the war, photographs from the time, the various reunions of Williams alumni who served in the war and other materials.
Dates: 1908 - 1970

Zilkha Center records

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-017
Scope and Contents The Zilkha Center Records document the activities of the Center to promote sustainability and environmental education on the Williams campus and beyond. Dating from 2007 to the present, the records include the Sustainability website, presentations, correspondence, images (accessible from the archived website), and subject files. Highlights include a 2008 progress report, a 2008 sustainability plan, and a 2011 sustainability plan. The records also include documentation of the Farmington...
Dates: 2007 - 9999

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