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Couper, Wm. (William), b. 1884

 Person

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Historical Post Housing Assignments compiled by William Couper, 1951

 File
Scope and Contents Document compiled by then Business Executive William Couper listing residents of VMI owned housing from 1839 through 1951. This is the only known historical list which containing residence assignment information for the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Ledgers for Post Construction Projects, 1934-1964

 Item
Scope and Contents Volume 1 includes ledgers for 1934 Public Works Administration (PWA) construction projects involving the Military Store, Maury-Brooke Hall, the Utilities Building, and the Mess Hall. It also includes ledgers for 1936 PWA construction projects involving the swimming pool and the Barracks.Volume 2 includes ledgers for 1938-1939 PWA construction projects involving Preston Library and the Stables. It also includes ledgers for construction projects involving West Barracks (1948),...

PWA (Public Works Administration) Construction Project Records, 1933 - 1940

 Series
Scope and Contents Files relating to various depression era building projects funded by the federal government - Public Works Administration (PWA). Buildings include: Mess Hall; Maury-Brooke; Swimming Pool; Barracks; Preston Library; Stables. Also includes William Couper's Construction Diaries for building of the Mess Hall, the Military Store and Barracks in 1936.

William Couper Business Office Subject Files, bulk 1890-1959

 Series
Scope and Contents The bulk of these files originated (although some were added to later) during William Couper's tenure as VMI Business Executive & Historiographer (1925-1954). Most of them have nothing to do with Business Office operations. Many relate to VMI historical matters (19th and 20th century) of interest to Couper. In some cases, they are the only or best source of information for specific VMI historical topics, particularly "minor" or obscure ones. They should be retained permanently.