Cabell Brand Papers
The papers contain correspondence, clippings, video and other media, and printed matter relating to Brand's interest the life of Civil Rights activist Jonathan M. Daniels. The papers also include a file on the Cabell Breckinridge Brass Band at VMI; certificates of recognition; and misc. other documents. For additional information about Mr. Brand, consult the book "Some Do Care: Contemporary Lives of Moral Commitment" by Anne Colby and William Damon.
- 1992 - 2006
- Brand, E. Cabell (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Cabell Brand (VMI Class of 1944) is a noted philanthropist and entrepreneur who is particularly interested in Civil Rights and poverty issues. He has been instrumental in funding projects which honor Jonathan Daniels, the 1961 VMI graduate and Civil Rights worker who was killed in Alabama in 1965.
- A GUIDE TO THE CABELL BRAND PAPERS, 1992-2006