Lexington Arsenal (Va.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Reprint in pamphlet form of letters written by John T. L. Preston to the Lexington (VA) Gazette in 1835, discussing the desirability of turning the local arsenal into a military college. Preston wrote them under the pen name "Cives" and these are often referred to as the Cives letters. This pamphlet was issued in 1889 to mark VMI's semicentennial
Scope and Contents The collection consists of two series. The first series contains miscellaneous records (1702; 1793-1814; 17 items) relating to the Virginia Militia, including regimental returns for various militia units. This material pre-dates the establishment of the state arsenal at Lexington, Virginia, but the documents were found among the Lexington arsenal records also contained in this collection. Two of the documents date from the British colonial period (1702). The second series (1819-1839)...
Found in: Virginia Military Institute Archives
Identifier: RG-04-Preservation reports
Scope and Contents In 2005, VMI was awarded a Campus Heritage Grant from the Getty Foundation in order to review and provide a strategy for protecting and preserving the historical architectural and landscape resources on Post. This is the final report of John Milner Associates, Inc., who worked with VMI to devise this plan.