University President Subject Files
LU-085

Information about the Collection
The materials in this collection include newspaper and magazine articles and other miscellaneous print materials that relate to principals and presidents at Longwood and serve as a subject file for researchers.

Provenance
These materials were/are collected continuously by library staff and other offices at Longwood University.

Scope and Content
The materials in this collection contain information related to the following past (and present) Longwood principals and presidents:
Solomon Lea (1841-1842)
Reverend Lorenzo Lea (1842-1844)
Dr. Arnaud Preot (1862-1869)
Dr. William Henry Ruffner (1884-1887)
Dr. John A. Cunningham (1887-1897)
Dr. Robert Frazer (1898-1902)
Dr. Joseph Jarman (1902-1946)
Dr. Dabney Lancaster (1946-1955)
Dr. Francis Lankford (1955-1963)
Dr. James Newman (1965-1967)
Dr. Fred O. Wygal (1967-1974)
Dr. Henry Willett (1967-1981)
Dr. Janet D. Greenwood (1981-1986)
Dr. William F. Dorrill (1988-1996)
Dr. Patricia Cormier (1996-2010)
General Patrick Finnegan (2010-2012)
Marge Connelly (2012-2013)
W. Taylor Reveley (2013-current)

Size
This collection consists of .65 linear feet contained in one legal-sized Hollinger box.

Notes
There is no information in this collection about the following past principals and presidents:
Lorenzo Coburn
John Tinsley (1850-1855)
Benjamin Gould (1855-1859)
George La Monte (1859-1862)
S.F. Nottingham (1870-1871)
Rev. James Crawley (1871-1872)
Rev. Paul Whitehead (1873-1882)
Miss Fannie Carter (1882-1884)
There are no restrictions to access or use for research purposes.

Contents of the Collection

   Box 1 of 11: Rev. Lorenzo Lea - Dr. Joseph L. Jarman

Lea; biographical sketch,

Paragraph from “Documenting the American South,”

Letter from Solomon Lea to Lorenzo Lea, Sep. 1, 1829 (copy),

Finding aid for: Lea Family Paper, 1797-1934 (Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

Tinsley; “Once Upon a Time in the Rotunda,” Longwood Magazine, Special Summer Edition, 2001

Preot; Correspondence concerning background information on Preot and his family

Preot; copy of advertisement for Farmville Female College signed by Preot

Preot; article about Dr. Preot in “The Idler’s Column,” Richmond Times-Dispatch, May 8, 1960

Preot; copy of music written by Dr. Preot, “My Heart is Ever Mid Thy Mountains”

Preot; miscellaneous information

Ruffner; a short biography, handwritten

Ruffner; “Public Education,” pamphlet written by Dr. Ruffner (undated)

Ruffner; “Interesting Reminiscences of Virginia’s First Superintendent of Public Instruction,” The Virginia Journal of Education, Vol. XI, No. 10,

          June 1, 1918

Ruffner; articles:

Eggleston, J.D. (1909). Dr. William Henry Ruffner - A Sketch. The Virginia Journal of Education, 2(4).

Dr. Ruffner: Father of Virginia’s Free Schools. The Roanoke Times, (May 21, 1967)

The History of William Henry Ruffner. Virginia US Education School History

Ruffner; Biography of Dr. William Henry Ruffner. Kathleen Saville, M.A., Rockbridge Historical Society

Cunningham; son’s obituary, son’s wedding announcement, daughter’s death

Cunningham; “The Late Dr. Cunningham: Resolutions of Respect to his Memory Adopted”

Cunningham; “Dr. Cunningham’s Administration,” article

Cunningham; “Great Farmvillians: Dr. John Cunningham,” article, Farmville Herald, February 16, 1940

Cunningham; obituary, Farmville Herald, October 15, 1897

Cunningham; biographical sketch with notes by Mary Nichols (former faculty)

Cunningham; The Normal Record, November 1897, dedicated to Dr. Cunningham

Frazer; Francis Butler Simkins, portrait of Frazer written for Who’s Who in Farmville

Frazer; article from Rotunda, March 17, 1922

Frazer; miscellaneous information

Frazer; “Today and Yesterday in the Heart of Virginia,” pg. 66

Frazer; article regarding fire that destroyed property belonging to Dr. Frazer, Farmville Herald, 1902

Frazer; information about Dr. Frazer (gift of G. Dallas Coons)

Frazer; photograph (photocopy)

Frazer; obituary

Jarman; photocopies of research prepared by Dr. Richard Couture for use in his book “The Jarman Legacy”

Jarman; information related to his arrival as President

Jarman; newspaper articles

Jarman; articles concerning his plans to take position as Superintendent of Public Instruction and student’s reactions leading him to make

               decision not to leave the college

Jarman; Virginia Journal of Education, May 1919, article written by Dr. Jarman entitled: “What the State Normal School for Women in Virginia is

             Doing to Prepare Teachers”

Jarman; Symposium Commemorating the Contribution of Joseph Leonard Jarman to the Advancement of Education and Public Welfare,

              1902-1946

   Box 2 of 11: Dr. Joseph L. Jarman - Dr. Dabney Lancaster

Jarman; article about Dr. Jarman’s 33 years as president, Rotunda, 1934

Jarman; articles about Dr. Jarman’s 40th year as college president and articles in Alumnae Magazine, February 1952 and Virginia Journal of

Education, 1942

Jarman; “Jarman Celebrates 50 Years of Achievements,” article, Farmville Herald, March 1934

Jarman; information and articles concerning his retirement

Jarman; One of Dr. Jarman’s Pet Pep Songs, written out in his own hand (1935)

Jarman; Dinner in Honor of Dr. Jarman, 1944, program

Jarman; Tribute to Dr. Jarman

Jarman; “Citations: Virginians in the Public Eye,” article about Dr. Jarman

Jarman; 1925 President’s Report

Jarman; 1926 President’s Report

Jarman; 1933 President’s Report

Jarman; Emerson W. Jarman (son), obituary, Richmond Times-Dispatch, 1961

Jarman; James E. Jarman (brother), re: 94th Birthday, 1948

Jarman; Alumnae Tribute by Carrie Sutherlin

Jarman; retirement announcement, Farmville Herald, 1946

Jarman; retirement announcement, The (Lynchburg) News, 1946

Jarman; retirement announcement, The Roanoke Times, 1946

Jarman; retirement announcement, The Rotunda, 1946

Jarman; biographical sketch

Jarman; “Dr. Jarman, President, Friend,” The Colonnade, Vol. 1, No. 2 (Feb. 1939)

Jarman; “Dr. Jarman Resigns at Farmville,” article, The Danville Register, January 30, 1946

Jarman; Editorial Comment, Virginia Journal of Education, May 1946

Jarman; Editorial Page, The Farmville Herald, February 8, 1946

Jarman; family members buried in Farmville, Virginia

Jarman; re: 1923 fire, The Rotunda

Jarman; history of

Jarman; re: 80th birthday

Jarman; re: gift of grandfather clock

Jarman; “Greetings to Our New Students,” The Rotunda, October 1, 1941

Jarman; “Jarman Out at STC (State Teachers College), article

Jarman; letter re: Jarman sent to Mary P. Nichols by Jas. S. Miller, 1933

Jarman; letter from Harry F. Byrd (governor of VA) to Dr. Jarman, 1930

Jarman; letter of appreciation from Dr. W. Dabney Jarman to Ruth Coyner, 1951

Jarman; “Life of Jarman,” by Douglas Southall Freeman, article, Richmond News Leader

Jarman; portrait in The Rotunda, 1967

Jarman; “Primus Inter Pares,” article, The Danville Register, February 1946

Jarman; “Primus Inter Pares,” article, Richmond News Leaders, January 1946

Jarman; “Reasons to Remain at Farmville,” written by students, faculty, and citizens

Jarman; re: resignation, article, Washington Post, 1946

Jarman; W. Dabney Jarman, newspaper clippings

Jarman; Mrs. W. Dabney Jarman, Symphony Ball Benefit

Jarman; “Jarman Leaves as Farmville President Soon,” article, Norfolk Virginian Pilot, January 30, 1946

Jarman; W. Dabney Jarman, miscellaneous items

Jarman; articles concerning the death of Joseph L. Jarman (son)

Jarman; articles regarding death

Jarman; tribute by Francis Butler Simkins

Jarman; W. Dabney Jarman, obituary

Jarman; memorial organ

Jarman; information related to banquets and formal dinners in his honor

Jarman; tributes

Jarman; arguments for State Normal College for Women, 1914

Jarman; articles concerning speaking engagements

Jarman; articles concerning his 25th year as President

Jarman; birthday announcements

Jarman; honors conferred

Jarman; a message to students, fall 1945

Jarman; miscellaneous envelopes

Jarman; Christmas Card, 1915 featuring “Gyp” Jarman, Dr. Jarman’s dog

Lancaster; articles about Dr. Lancaster accepting President’s position

Lancaster; articles about inauguration and first year as president

Lancaster; inauguration exercises and invitation

Lancaster; inauguration books

Lancaster; program for dinner honoring Dr. Lancaster, March 8, 1955

Lancaster; commencement speech honoring Dr. Lancaster, 1955

Lancaster; tributes honoring Dr. Lancaster on Founders Day, March 26, 1955

Lancaster; Au Revoir Dinner, March 8, 1955

Lancaster; articles related to Longwood during his presidency

Lancaster; articles related to speeches

Lancaster; articles related to committees

Lancaster; articles about Dr. Lancaster, credentials, achievements, etc.

Lancaster; articles concerning his retirement

   Box 3 of 11: Dr. Dabney Lancaster - Dr. Francis Lankford

Lancaster; articles related to the closing of the schools in Prince Edward County

Lancaster; articles about school funding

Lancaster; articles written by Dr. Lancaster

Lancaster; articles about the need for better teachers

Lancaster; articles about Francis Lancaster Community College

Lancaster; dedication of building

Lancaster; articles about his family and personal life

Lancaster; miscellaneous articles

Lancaster; articles concerning his death

Lankford; biographical information

Lankford; “The School Situation in Virginia,” by Dr. Lankford, University of VA Newsletter, November 1, 1937

Lankford; articles about math (published previous to his presidency)

Lankford; endorsement of his presidency, written by the Faculty Committee, October 1954

Lankford; articles about his selection as president of the college

Lankford; articles about his inauguration

Lankford; articles written about Dr. Lankford during his administration, 1955-1965

Lankford; articles about changes in higher education

Lankford; articles about education

Lankford; inauguration invitation

Lankford; inauguration program

Lankford; inauguration booklet

Lankford; message from the President, Alumnae Magazine, November 1958

Lankford; articles about Longwood during the administration of Dr. Lankford

Lankford; meeting minutes with faculty to discuss development programs, 1961-1962

Lankford; articles related to Pakistan, 1963-1964

Lankford; speeches/responses, 1955-1965

Lankford; miscellaneous articles

Lankford; building on campus, 1967-1968

Lankford; press releases, 1957-1965

Lankford; articles and information concerning his retirement

Lankford; articles about Mrs. Lankford and family, 1959

Lankford; articles about Dr. Lankford after his retirement

Lankford; concerning his death

Lankford; miscellaneous correspondence

   Box 4 of 11: Dr. James Newman - Dr. Henry Willett

Newman; articles about Dr. Newman becoming new president

Newman; Longwood press releases about Dr. Newman’s selection as President

Newman; articles about Dr. Newman leaving the college

Newman; miscellaneous items dealing with Dr. Newman being asked to leave

Newman; letters in regard to Dr. Newman’s Presidency

Newman; miscellaneous press releases

Newman; press releases related to Newman’s first year as President

Wygal; “Wygal Serves Longwood as Interim President,” articles, The Rotunda, September 26, 1962

Wygal; miscellaneous articles related to Dr. Wygal serving as interim President

Wygal; miscellaneous information

Wygal; “A Smooth Transition,” article, Alumnae Magazine, November 1962

Wygal; article about Mrs. Wygal, “Leads Interesting Life as Wife of Man Who Can Not Say No,” Farmville Herald

Wygal; articles about honors bestowed on Dr. Wygal

Wygal; “Mr. Wygal’s Parting Message,” article, Bulletin, Vol. XLVIII, Nov. 1962

Wygal; information about Dr. Wygal’s funeral

Willett; Inaugural packets sent to delegates

Willett; miscellaneous articles about his selection as eighth president, Oct.-Nov. 1967

Willett; articles about his inauguration

Willett; inaugural programs and invitations

Willett; remarks for inauguration

Willett; inaugural information

Willett; inaugural issue of Alumnae Bulletin, 1969

Willett; articles about new president

Willett; announcements about appointments to committees and boards, 1968-1976

Willett; education issues discussed at speaking engagements

   Box 5 of 11: Dr. Henry Willett

Willett; biographical information

Willett; “Policy Adoption in Chesapeake,” Virginia Journal of Education, Nov. 1967

Willett; “Communication or Confrontation,” 1969

Willett; articles about student support in 1969

Willett; rally, 1969

Willett; miscellaneous articles, 1969-1974

Willett; articles regarding speaking engagement, 1968-1970

Willett; “Introduction of Dr. Willett, Rotary meeting, 1969

Willett; “Momentum September 1971,” booklet, Dr. Willett featured as panelist

Willett; articles by Willett published in the Alumnae Bulletin

Willett; “Principal Address at 85th Founders Day Celebration,” speech given by Dr. Willett, March 22, 1969

Willett; speech given by Dr. Willett to the Commission for the Study of Higher Education, October 23, 1972

Willett; speech given by Dr. Willet on the subject of collective bargaining, January 29, 1973

Willett; miscellaneous correspondence

Willett; response to High Education Study Commission in regard to Longwood, October 1973

Willett; a list of priorities developed during Dr. Willett’s early years as President

Willett; listing of major decisions during Dr. Willett’s presidency

Willett; Assistance and Evaluation Study, December 1979

Willett; promotional brochure

Willett; articles about Dr. Willet’s family

Willett; miscellaneous information

Willett; articles related to Dr. Willet’s last days at Longwood University

   Box 6 of 11: Dr. George Healy - Dr. William Dorrill

Healey; miscellaneous information

Dorrill; inauguration

Dorrill; invitation to reception given by Board of Visitors for Dr. and Mrs. Dorrill

Dorrill; invitation to Dr. Dorrill’s retirement reception

Dorrill; miscellaneous information

Dorrill; lecture given to Phi Kappa Phi

Dorrill; miscellaneous articles from Public Relations

Dorrill; The Annual Report of the President, 1994-1995

Dorrill; Annual Reports (extra copies)

   Box 7 of 11: Dr. Janet Greenwood

Greenwood; personal

Greenwood; memos to faculty and staff

Greenwood; inaugural address

Greenwood; inaugural invitation and program

Greenwood; inauguration notes

Greenwood; delegates invited to inauguration

Greenwood; articles about Dr. Greenwood’s selection as president

Greenwood; reorganization plan

Greenwood; speech given, February 17, 1984

Greenwood; speech given, April 9, 1987

Greenwood; “Longwood’s Greenwood Years,” article, College News, summer 1987

Greenwood; speech notes, early 1980s

Greenwood; convocation address, 1981

Greenwood; letters to faculty and staff

Greenwood; letter and survey sent to alumni

Greenwood; miscellaneous information

Greenwood; “Where We Stand in Regard to the Board’s Goals,” memo and report

Greenwood; career capsule

Greenwood; articles about Dr. Greenwood’s activities while at Longwood

Greenwood; articles about Dr. Greenwood’s resignation

   Box 8 of 11: Dr. Patricia Cormier

Cormier; miscellaneous articles

Cormier; memories

Cormier; articles regarding Dr. Cormier as new President

Cormier; articles from Longwood Public Relations

Cormier; inauguration information

Cormier; inauguration invitation and program

Cormier; President’s Circle and Hill Society

Cormier; miscellaneous information

Cormier; papers posted to Longwood’s website

Cormier; “LC’s New President Thrives on Intuition,” article, Farmville Herald, January 24, 1996

Cormier; report on annual giving

Cormier; “Preserving the Struggles and Triumphs of Women,” article, American Libraries, March 1996

Cormier; art work for flyers (from P.R.)

Cormier; “Driving the Imposters from the Temple: The Accountability Movement in American Higher Education”

Cormier; “Leadership for Significance: Values are Virtues”

Cormier; naming of buildings, fall 2004

Cormier; “An Expression of the American Mind: Citizens Leaders in the Global Marketplace”

Cormier; transformation

Cormier; Energy-Synergy

Cormier; “Longwood: Gaining a World of Experience”

Cormier; “On the Hill and in Your Neighborhood”

Cormier; “A New Era for Natural Sciences”

Cormier; Longwood, Vol. 1, No. 1, fall 1999

Cormier; “Hugh and Alice Cheatwood Stollard, Class of 1959

Cormier; “Momentum: The Presidents Report, 1999-2000”

Cormier; “The Cook-Cole College of Arts and Sciences”

Cormier; President’s Report and Annual Report of Gifts, 1998-1999

Cormier; Retrospective and Prospective

Cormier; “Creating a Fun and Fit University for All”

Cormier; Speech given at Pinning Ceremony, Nursing School Students, May 10, 2013

Cormier; regarding retirement

   Box 9 of 11: Dr. Patricia Cormier - Marge Connelly

Cormier; memos

Finnegan; inauguration

Finnegan; memos

Finnegan; articles

Finnegan; speeches

Connelly; articles and miscellaneous information

Memos from the Office of the President; 1950-1997

   Box 10 of 11: Dr. Patricia Cormier

Inaugural memorabilia

Articles concerning retirement

   Box 11 of 11: President W. Taylor Reveley

Inaugural memorabilia

Articles

Letter from Larry McMurtry

   Photographs

   001-200

Located in Binder 4:

085.001 – Postcard from John A. Cunningham to Lucy Irvine, 1890

085.002 – Dr. Jarman standing outside his office*

085.003 – Postcard, Virginia State Female Normal School

085.004 – Dr. Dabney Lancaster & wife, at home, posing in front of fireplace.*

085.005 – Dr. Dabney Lancaster & wife, at home, posing in front of fireplace.*

085.006 – Dr. Dabney Lancaster and his dog.*

085.007 – Dr. Dabney Lancaster and his dog.

085.008 – Dr. Dabney Lancaster shaking hands with US Army office. Army band in background.*

085.009 – Dr. Dabney Lancaster with two students (Ann Mallory and Lillian Shelton).

085.010 – Dr. Dabney Lancaster standing behind banquet table.

085.011 – Dr. Dabney Lancaster seated behind his desk.

085.012 – Dr. Dabney Lancaster, portrait.

085.013 – Dr. Dabney Lancaster, portrait.

085.014 – Dr. Dabney Lancaster, portrait.

085.015 – Dr. Dabney Lancaster, his wife, and their dog.

085.016 – Dr. Dabney Lancaster, portrait.

085.017 – St. Paul’s Polytechnic Institute, Commencement. Dr. Lancaster (far right), Bishop George Gunn (2nd from right),

             President Earl McClenney (3rd from right), Fr. John Taylor Ogden (2nd from left), Bishop Brown (far left)*

085.018 – Dr. Lancaster and (2) unknown men (possible Commencement or Convocation)

085.019 – Dr. Lancaster and (2) unknown men (possible Commencement or Convocation)

085.020 – Commencement processional (unknown year).

085.021 – Commencement processional (unknown year).

085.022 – Dr. Lancaster capping Senior Class President, Shirley Hauptman – 1957

085.023 – Dr. Francis Lankford, portrait.*

085.024 – Receiving line - Dr. Lancaster and wife, Dr. Lankford and wife. Likely reception after Lankford inauguration.*

085.025 – Receiving line - Dr. Lancaster and wife, Dr. Lankford and wife. Likely reception after Lankford inauguration.

085.026 – Dr. Francis Lankford, portrait.

085.027 – Dr. Francis Lankford and family.*

085.028 – Mrs. Lankford and ________.

085.029 – Dr. Francis Lankford and family.*

085.030 – Dr. Francis Lankford and unknown.

085.031 – Dr. Francis Lankford and unknown.

085.032 – Dr. Francis Lankford and unknown.

085.033 – Dr. Lankford shaking hands with unknown.

085.034 – Dr. Lankford, going away party.*

085.035 – Dr. Lankford and President Janet Greenwood.*

085.036 – Dr. Lankford and President Janet Greenwood.

085.037 – Dr. Lancaster and Dr. Lankford.

085.038 – Dr. Lancaster and Dr. Lankford.

085.039 – Mrs. Lankford.

085.040 – Dr. Lancaster, Dr. Lankford, and three others at a banquet.

085.041 – Unknown man.

085.042 – Dr. Willett, portrait (1 of 4)*

085.043 – Dr. Willett, portrait (2 of 4)*

085.044 – Dr. Willett, portrait (3 of 4)*

085.045 – Dr. Willett, portrait (4 of 4)

085.046 – Dr. Henry I. Willett

085.047 – Dr. Willett playing tennis.*

085.048 – Dr. Willett with 3 students.

085.049 – assorted negative, Dr. Willett and wife.

085.050 – Dr. William Dorrill at 15th USAF Non. Comm. Officer Academy Presentation, panel*

085.051 – Dr. William Dorrill at 15th USAF Non. Comm. Officer Academy Presentation, panel*

085.052 – Dr. William Dorrill at 5th Sino-American Conference, Taipei, China (1 of 4)

085.053 – Dr. William Dorrill at 5th Sino-American Conference, Taipei, China (2 of 4)

085.054 – Dr. William Dorrill at 5th Sino-American Conference, Taipei, China (3 of 4)

085.055 – Dr. William Dorrill at 5th Sino-American Conference, Taipei, China (4 of 4)

085.056 – Dr. Dorrill, Darryl Poole and two mean seated in front of US and Honduran flags.

085.057 – Dr. Dorrill, Darryl Poole and two mean seated in front of US and Honduran flags.

085.058 – Dr. Dorrill and another man seated in front of US and Honduran flags.

085.059 – 1989 Longwood Commencement. Dr. Maria Silvara, Tom Wolfe, Dr. William Dorrill, unknown, and Dr. Jimmy Helms.*

085.060 – 1989 Longwood Commencement, processional.

085.061 – 1989 Longwood Commencement, Dr. Dorrill speaking.

085.062-085.200 – slides from Dr. William Dorrill’s inauguration.

*Denotes photograph has been digitized.

   201-273

Located in Binder 4:

085.201 – Dr. Donald Stuart (VP Academic Affairs), Tom Wolfe, and Dr. William Dorrill. Longwood Commencement, 1989.*

085.202 – Longwood Commencement, 1996. Procession with Dr. Dorrill at front.

085.203 – Three people standing at buffet. (Berkwood Farmer, far right).

085.204 – Group of people around table. (Berkwood Farmer, standing, far left).

085.205 – People seated around table. (Berkwood Farmer at head of table).

085.206 – Berkwood Farmer and unknown man playing golf.

085.207 – Berkwood Farmer and 2 unknown men playing golf.

085.208 – Unknown gathering. Berkwood Farmer (far left), Dr. William Dorrill (3rd from left).

085.209 – Unknown gathering. Berkwood Farmer (far left).

085.210 – 3 men standing in front of bell in Greenwood Library. Calvin Boyer, director of the library, 2nd from left.

085.211 – 3 men standing in front of computers in Greenwood Library. Calvin Boyer, director of the library, 2nd from left.

085.212 – Dr. William Dorrill and unknown man.

085.213 – Unknown man and woman standing in front of Lankford Student Union.

085.214 – Berkwood Farmer and unknown man.

085.215 – Dr. William Dorrill and unknown man.

085.216 – Dr. Rosemary Sprague and two unknown women at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.217 – Betty Taylor, Robert Taylor, _______ Whitacker, Buddy Whitacker at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.218 – Man pouring champagne at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.219 – Kings of Swing; band at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.220 – People dancing at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.221 – Eva Philbeck, Gene Philbeck, Dr. William Dorrill, Dr. William Frank at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.222 – People standing outside tent at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.223 – Ice sculptures and buffet at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.224 – Ticket takers and ushers at entrance to President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.225 – Jane Crawley and Bill Crawley standing at entrance to President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.226 – Jesse Ghee and James Ghee at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.227 – Large group of people at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.228 – Lawrence Varner, Linda Varner (far left), Bob Shelton, Nancy Shelton (middle) at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.229 – Richard Hurley and Rose Hurley at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.230 – Marvin Scott and Lee Scott at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.231 – Jack Lee and Jane Lee at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.232 – Group of men standing at bar at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.233 – Group of people around table at President Dorrill’s Inaugural Ball.

085.234 – 1989 Commencement. Dr. William Dorrill and Tom Wolfe (center).*

085.235 – 1989 Commencement. Tom Wolfe, Marty Dorrill, unknown, unknown, unknown, Dr. William Dorrill.*

085.236 – 1990 Commencement. Sen. Frank Slayton (far left), Judge Richard Blanton (2nd from left), Dr. William Dorrill (4th from left),

            Governor Doug Wilder (center), Martha Burton (3rd from right).*

085.237 – Dr. ________ Green, Dr. William Dorrill, and unknown.

085.238 – Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach Loretta Coughlin, senior Sara Philbrick, Dr. William Dorrill, senior Cassie Ensley, and

Head Coach Shirley Duncan.

085.239 – Dr. William Dorrill, portrait.

085.240 – Marty Dorrill and Dr. William Dorrill in front of Christmas tree in Rotunda, Ruffner Hall.

085.241 – Marty Dorrill and Dr. William Dorrill in front of Christmas tree in Rotunda, Ruffner Hall.

085.242 – Marty Dorrill and Dr. William Dorrill in front of Christmas tree in Rotunda, Ruffner Hall.

085.243 – Marty Dorrill and Dr. William Dorrill standing in front of Ruffner Hall.

085.244 – Dr. William Dorrill and visiting Chinese scholars.

085.245 – Unknown group of people.

085.246 – Dr. William Dorrill, Gov. Doug Wilder, and unknown.

085.247 – Marhall Hall, Dr. Dorrill, Gov. Wilder, Don Merkle, and Wayne Tinnell.

085.248 – Dr. William Dorrill and Governor Wilder with unknown students.

085.249 – Dr. Dorrill, Gov. Wilder, and Marshall Hall.

085.250 – Dr. Dorrill, Gov. Wilder, and Marshall Hall.

085.251 – Dr. William Dorrill and Governor Doug Wilder.*

085.252 – John Peale (far left), ______, Dr. Dorrill, Wayne Tinnell (far right)

085.253 – Longwood College Honors Baseball Student-Athletes*

085.254 – Longwood College Honors Baseball Student-Athletes

085.255 – Dr. William Dorrill, portrait

085.256 – unknown man seated at desk

085.257 – Gov. Gerald Baliles and Dr. Janet Greenwood*

085.258 – unknown man seated at banquet table

085.259 – Lt. Gen. Sam Wilson, Tom Rust, and Dr. Janet Greenwood*

085.260 – Dr. Duvahl Ridgway-Hull (’33), Andrew W. Hull, and Dr. Janet Greenwood*

085.261 – Dr. Janet Greenwood, portrait*

085.262 – Dr. Greenwood and three students

085.263 – Dr. Janet Greenwood, portrait

085.264 – Dr. Janet Greenwood, portrait

085.265 – Dr. Janet Greenwood (2nd from right)

085.266 – Dr. Janet Greenwood and Dr. Francis Lankford*

085.267 – Dr. Janet Greenwood, portrait

085.268 – Dr. Janet Greenwood, portrait

085.269 – Dr. Janet Greenwood, portrait

085.270 – Dr. Janet Greenwood, portrait

085.271 – Dr. Janet Greenwood, portrait

085.272 – General Patrick Finnegan, portrait*

085.273 – General Janice Gathright Igou (’11)

*Denotes photograph has been digitized.

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