The holiday season is a season for gift giving for many.
As the holiday season begins, we thought it appropriate to highlight a recent addition to our collection that coincides with the festivities of the season.
A good romantic love story has universal appeal.
William & Mary’s Hip-Hop Collections features two unopened CD cases of “Urban Legend” by Richmond MC, JayQuan.
As an archival processor in Swem’s Special Collections Research Center, Mariaelena DiBenigno, PhD candidate, has been reading a lot about World War II.
On December 25, 1918, Edith Neele Gibbons, of Cleveland, Ohio, was aboard the S. S. Coronia en route to London.
This year is the 200th anniversary of the release of Mary Shelley’s classic Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus.
During the month of October we celebrate National Archives Month! Often the profession of an archivist can seem ambiguous, since the role can entail varied duties and areas of expertise.
This exhibit celebrates the return of Lord Botetourt's coffin plate to the University Archives and commemorates the anniversary of his death on October 15, 1770. This is the first time it has been exhibited on the William & Mary campus since 1956.