All Exhibits

  • The Black General

    The Black General is a digital exhibit featured archival material and oral histories on the period of desegregation at W&L, the history of black student organizations, and other relevant material on the Black experience at W&L sourced from alumni, faculty, staff and Special Collections.
  • Civil War Brownsburg: A Community's Civil War Experience

    The Brownsburg Museum (Brownsburg, Rockbridge County, Virginia) and Washington and Lee University Special Collections would like to welcome you to “Civil War Brownsburg,” an online exhibit exploring this community’s Civil War experience, 1861-1865.
  • Integration at W&L

    Integration at W&L is dedicated to the presentation and aggregation of archival material that tells the story of Washington and Lee’s desegregation and integration from its foundation through the present.
  • The Blackledge Collection of Roman Coins

    A digital exhibit documented the women appearing on the Blackledge Collection of Roman Coins housed in Special Collections.
  • Washington and Lee University: Coeducation

    An institutional history digital exhibit created during Winter 2020 that portrays the impacts of coeducation at Washington and Lee University, a small, private, liberal arts university in Lexington, Virginia, through evaluating its effects by comparing the university's social climate before and after the decision to become coeducated.
  • Washington and Lee University: Fancy Dress Gala

    An institutional history digital exhibit created during Winter 2020 about the history of Fancy Dress, an annual formal gala, at Washington and Lee University.
  • Washington and Lee University Mock Convention: Student Involvement

    An institutional history digital exhibit created during Winter 2020 that compares student involvement in the 1980 and 2020 Washington and Lee University's Mock Conventions.
  • Washington and Lee University: Integration

    An institutional history digital exhibit created during Winter 2020 about integration at Washington and Lee University, including the creation of Student Association for Black Unity (SABU).
  • Washington and Lee Mock Convention: Processes Through the Years

    An institutional history digital exhibit created during Winter 2020 for DCI 201: Digital Collections and Exhibits that details the delegation selection of Mock Convention and how it has progressed as technology has advanced. This collection is primarily aimed towards Washington and Lee alumni but can also help to inform current students about the history of this tradition.
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