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Universities and colleges -- Religion

 Subject
Subject Source: Fast (Faceted Application Of Subject Terminology)

Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:

Bible verse, holograph, Circa 1842

 Item
Scope and Contents Bible verse in VMI Superintendent Francis H. Smith's hand given to Charles P. Deyerle as "a token of affection...."

Letter from Joseph T. Casey to the Reverend Pastor, 1938 September 26

 Item
Scope and Contents Written by Joseph T. Casey in Bremerton, Washington. Letter regards religion and an appeal for the Reverend Pastor to make contact with Robert A. Lewis.

Letter from Joseph T. Casey to the Reverend Pastor, 1938 September 26

 Digital Image
Identifier: https://digitalcollections.vmi.edu/digital/collection/p15821coll23/id/263

Notebook, 1849-1851

 Item
Scope and Contents The notebook includes: Accounts of Corps of Cadets trips to Richmond, Petersburg, Norfolk and Rockbridge Alum Springs, Virginia Cadet poetry and essays Poetry by Sara Henderson Smith Addresses delivered before the Cadet Dialectic Society (a literary and debating society) Discussion of exams (1851) in English and natural philosophy Account of "An Oyster Supper---A Frolic After Taps" Account of "our last bible...

Philip C. Gibbs notebook

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0106
Scope and Contents This collection consists of one notebook (approximately 145 pages) reflecting cadet life from 1848 to 1851. The notebook includes: Accounts of Corps of Cadets trips to Richmond, Petersburg, Norfolk and Rockbridge Alum Springs, Virginia Cadet poetry and essays Poetry by Sara Henderson Smith Addresses delivered before the Cadet Dialectic Society (a literary and debating society) Discussion of exams (1851) in English and natural...

Robert Gatewood notebook and diary

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0300
Scope and Contents Manuscript notebook-diary (1849-1853) of Robert Gatewood. Entries include original and copies poetry dating from his last year at VMI; essays; diary entries dating from period 1851-1853, written while Gatewood was teaching at the College of William and Mary. Diary entries and notes frequently have a religious theme.