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In this interview, Sherry Wood discusses the volume of letters to the editor received by the Collegiate Times in response to Denim Day and the paper's reaction to them.
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In this interview, Steve talks about his experiences as a gay man in Blacksburg beginning in the 1970s.
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Letters written by Joseph T. Harris of the 12th Ohio Infantry to his sister, Mollie Swope from various locations in western Virginia. The letters are…
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Letters written by Joseph T. Harris of the 12th Ohio Infantry to his sister, Mollie Swope from various locations in western Virginia. The letters are…
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Letters written by Joseph T. Harris of the 12th Ohio Infantry to his sister, Mollie Swope from various locations in western Virginia. The letters are…
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Letters written by Joseph T. Harris of the 12th Ohio Infantry to his sister, Mollie Swope from various locations in western Virginia. The letters are…
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Letter written by sailor Edwin C. Stone aboard the U.S.S. Minnesota, November 11, 1861 to his brother Persley Stone. Majority of letter is advice from…
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Letter written July 20, 1861 by Charles H. Pierce to his mother on the eve of the Battle of First Manassas/Bull Run. Pierce was a member of the United…
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Letter written by John Pittman, 12th North Carolina Infantry, written from camp around Fredericksburg, Virginia, April 23, 1863. Letter is written to…
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Letter written by Virginia Lucas to her brother [name not given] from Halltown in Clarke County, Virginia, July 11, 1861. Virginia writes how she and…
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Letter written by Joseph Eames to the Confederate Secretary of War, April 20, 1863 in regards to petitioning the secretary to reassign his son, Pope…
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Letter written by James and Jehu Barnard of Patrick County, Virginia to their parents. Both were members of Company K, 50th Virginia Infantry. Written…
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Letter written by James H. Hurst, Co. K, 50th Pennsylvania Infantry, July 4th, 1862, from Beaufort, South Carolina to his brother. Letter describes…
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Letter written by Joseph Rule from his camp at Petersburg, Virginia, December 15th, 1864 to his friend Silas. Letter details Rule's Company B, 50th…
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A promotional logo used for Denim Day events at Virginia Tech.
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A promotional image to introduce the Denim Day 40th Anniversary Exhibit
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In this interview, Helene talks about realizing her sexuality in Catholic school in the early 1970s and her time as a lesbian at Virginia Tech in the late 1970s.

The citation details Jimmie's actions on D-Day that awarded him the Congressional Medal of Honor.

Typed manuscript of "Jimmie W. Monteith '41 Virginia Tech's D-Day Hero" by John A. Coulter II published in the Corps Review Vo13, #1 Fall 1994 .

The letters are between Henry Straker and his mother Clara. Henry talks about his service in the war. His mother talks about the issues on the…

The Brightbills wish congratulations on what seems to be Nancy's high school graduation.

Meriwether asks Nancy about the car accident. She says that David is on a destroyer escort and now she is worried about him.

Mr. Monteith tells his daughter about his trip to the farm and what they have been doing.

She talks about her trip to Switzerland and the affair that she had during her stay. She also talks about failing a French exam so has to take it…

A note telling Mrs. Monteith how glad he was to speak at the beginning of the Bob Monteith Memorial Tournament.

This card notes Mrs. Monteith's donations to the church through March 31, 1962.

This card notes Mrs. Monteith's donations to the church through June 30, 1962.

This card notes Mrs. Monteith's donations to the church through December 31, 1961.

This card notes Mrs. Monteith's donations to the church through September 30, 1961.

This card notes Mrs. Monteith's donations to the church through March 31, 1961.

Clara talks about not getting a lot of correspondence from the United States. She talks about having a heart attack and recovering.

Henry tells Carrie that he received the newspapers about Cousin Ernest's death. He then goes on to update her on the happenings of various people.

Mrs. Bates invites Carrie and Nancy to come visit in the next year. She says that there is a lot of loss around her neighborhood and she hopes that…

A newspaper clipping is attached with the headline "The Fayette Tribune Pays Tribute to E. M. Cabell." The article says that Mr. Cabell just…

Lt. Smith talks about his visit with Mrs. Vesty and tour of the camp Jimmie was in. There is a drawing of the camp on one of the pages.

A newspaper clipping is attached with the headline "Hugh McGuire Brand Transferred to Washington by Navy." Hugh McGuire Brand is the grandson of Mr.…

A newspaper clipping is attached with the headline "Lt. Comdr. Ralph Jones Aboard Enterprise." Lt. Comdr. Jones is married to Mr. E. M. Cabell's…

Helen sends Mrs. Monteith an Easter greeting card with a letter written on the back regarding the ceremony and honor of the Congressional Medal of…

E.M. Cabell sends a newspaper clipping about the occasion of Mrs. Monteith recieving the Congressional Medal of Honor for Jimmie.

Bob sends his mother cash as a present. He says his plans for a present fell through.
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