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- Topic: College of William and Mary. Norfolk Division--Faculty X
- Old Dominion University--Faculty 4
- Old Dominion University. School of Business Administration 2
- Cold War 1
- Distributive education--United States 1
- Historians--United States 1
- Merchandising 1
- Old Dominion University--Administrators 1
- Old Dominion University--History 1
- Poets, American--20th century 1
- oral histories (literary works) 1 ∧ less
- College of William and Mary. Norfolk Division 2
- College of William and Mary. Norfolk Division. Department of History 1
- Jones, Dorothy M. 1
- McClelland, Robert Crawford 1
- North Atlantic Treaty Organization 1
- Old Dominion College 1
- Old Dominion University 1
- Old Dominion University. College of Sciences 1
- Old Dominion University. Department of Business Administration 1
- Old Dominion University. School of Business Administration 1
- Sherwood, Calder Smith III (1911-1977) 1
- Sweeney, James R. 1
- United States Naval Academy 1
- United States. Naval Reserve 1 ∧ less
This collection contains administrative files from the School of Business Administration at Old Dominion University. The bulk of the records consists of subject files of the dean as well as annual reports of the school.
This collection deals primarily with Dorothy M. Jones' career as a professor at the Norfolk Division of the College of William and Mary. The papers document her studies conducted through classes for the benefit of local businessmen, business correspondence, papers, and published materials.
This collection consists of material written by or about Dr. Robert C. McClelland. Materials include a publication on the William T. Hodges scandal at the Norfolk Division of the College of William and Mary in 1941, Masontown Pennsylvania, poetry, newspaper clippings, and the NATO Symposium directed by Dr. McClelland from 1955 to 1956.
Calder Smith Sherwood, III was a chemistry professor at Old Dominion University who served as faculty member in the College of Sciences from 1939-1977, teaching chemistry, astronomy, and geophysical sciences at the university.