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The Honorable Mills E. Godwin speaking at the 1975 Virginia Wesleyan College commencement ceremony.

Graduating students holding their hoods as they walk in procession to the Hofheimer Library plaza at the 1974 Virginia Wesleyan College commencement ceremony.

Coastal artillery drill, Ft. Story, May 17, 1929.

A twenty-four page document outlining the cause for the new four year Christian liberal arts college, Virginia Wesleyan College, in Tidewater, Virginia.

A scene from the March 1972 production, A midsummer night's dream, presented by the Players of Virginia Wesleyan College and directed by Bentley B. Anderson.

This photo from the Spring, 1973 production of, A Midsummer Night's Dream, shows Dr. David Clayton, left, as Oberon, Jackie Wood back, as Puck, and Jo-Anna Smelser, right, as Titania.

Three unidentified African American men who appear to be working on a farm as evidenced by the plow behind them.

Amphibious training with landing craft at Ft. Story, Virginia.

On February 18, 1966, the Virginian-Pilot newspaper published an announcement about the first three students enrolled at Virginia Wesleyan College.

The annual Princess Anne Garden Club Rose Show in 1953.

The legal document establishing the Virginia Wesleyan College corporation.

The back side of President Johnston addressing spectators at the Virginia Wesleyan College Village 1 groundbreaking ceremony on July 18, 1965.

A black and white photograph of C and P Telephone Company manager Bailey Condrey (left) and the first dean of the college, Dr. Robert C. Provine, looking at a site plan for the new college.

Barrels on unspecified land in Princess Anne County, Va.

Vacationers at the beach in Virginia Beach on an unspecified date.

Bishop Goodson at the podium during the 1974 Virginia Wesleyan College commencement ceremony.

Photographs from the Virginia Wesleyan College production, Blood wedding, by Federico Garcia Lorca. Blood wedding was presented by the players on November 14-18, 1972 and directed by Rick Hite.

The mayors of five southeastern Virginia cities act as shovel-holders at the Virginia Wesleyen College Village 1 groundbreaking ceremony on July 18, 1965. Each mayor was paired with members of the College Board of Trustees.

Black and white photograph of nineteen of the twenty-two charter trustees, including Counsel Eastwood Herbert. The trustees were gathered at the Admiralty Hotel on Military Highway in Norfolk, Virginia for the organizing meeting of the Board of…

Picture postcard featuring activity on the Virginia Beach boardwalk, 1909.
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