Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Maury W. Boykin Papers
Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of Boykins's personal papers, clippings, and other items relating to his 1923 tunnel plan. Also included is his U. S. Navy commission, dated 1917.
Patton Family papers
Scope and Contents A collection of 35 miscellaneous documents, 1855-1924, relating to various members of the Patton family. Primary subjects are the three individuals named George S. Patton--father, son, and grandson--all of whom attended VMI. The papers include letters, biographical information, bank drafts, commissions, and miscellaneous Civil War manuscripts. Also included one of the maps used by General George Patton at the Battle of the Bulge during World War II. An inventory is available.
Provisional Army of Virginia Commission Document, 1861 July 8
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For Provisional Army of Virginia; signed by Governor John Letcher.
Samuel Garland Civil War Commission Document
Scope and Contents Commission document, dated May 9, 1861, appointing Samuel Garland, Jr. Colonel in the Virginia Volunteer Forces. Signed by Governor John Letcher. Endorsement on verso by Lewis B. Butler, Justice of the Peace for Prince William County, certifying that Garland took various prescribed oaths.
Stewart W. Anderson papers
Scope and Contents Miscellaneous papers (14 items) of Stewart W. Anderson, consisting of commissions & certificates awarded during his long career.
U. S. Army Commission Document, 1847 February
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Deyerle's commission as assistant surgeon.
W. Marshall King documents
Scope and Contents The collection consists of three oversized items from the career of W. Marshall King, including two U. S. Army commission documents, 1922 and 1927, and one certificate honoring King, 1951.
William Fitzhugh Lee document
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the United States Army Commission document of William Fitzhugh Lee, VMI Class of 1853. The document is dated August 1, 1856 and is signed by Secretary of War Jefferson Davis. During the Civil War Lee served as Lt. Col., 33rd Virginia Infantry Regiment, and was killed at Manassas in July 1861.