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Address to the Students of the University of Virginia: The Terrible Calamity of Sunday, October 27th, Has Left the Main Building of Our Revered and Beloved Alma Mater in Ruins. : The Historic Monuments of Three-Quarters of a Century Have Been Obliterated by the Fury of the Flames in a Few Hours, and Nothing Is Left of Our Great Rotunda, Our Public Hall, Our Old Chapel, and Our Academic Halls and Lecture-Rooms ... : The Faculty Will Do Its Utmost to Continue to Deserve Your Entire Confidence, and Has Already Perfected Arrangements for the Resumption of Lectures in Every Department

James A. Harrison, William. E. Peters, R. Heath Dabney, Committee
Format
Book; Broadside; Online
Published
[Charlottesville, Va. : University of Virginia, 1895]
Language
English
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Terrible calamity of Sunday, October 27th, has left the main building of our revered and beloved alma mater in ruins
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1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 28 x 22 cm.
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SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Copy 1: Transferred from UVa Chronological file, 2000. From the Papers of Richard Heath Dabney pertaining to the University of Virginia, MSS 2433-w.
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    a| Address to the students of the University of Virginia. : b| The terrible calamity of Sunday, October 27th, has left the main building of our revered and beloved Alma Mater in ruins. : The historic monuments of three-quarters of a century have been obliterated by the fury of the flames in a few hours, and nothing is left of our great Rotunda, our Public Hall, our Old Chapel, and our Academic Halls and Lecture-Rooms ... : The Faculty will do its utmost to continue to deserve your entire confidence, and has already perfected arrangements for the resumption of lectures in every department. / c| James A. Harrison, William. E. Peters, R. Heath Dabney, Committee.
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    a| Terrible calamity of Sunday, October 27th, has left the main building of our revered and beloved alma mater in ruins
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    a| SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Copy 1: Transferred from UVa Chronological file, 2000. From the Papers of Richard Heath Dabney pertaining to the University of Virginia, MSS 2433-w.
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    a| University of Virginia Rotunda (Charlottesville, Va.)
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    a| Harrison, James Albert, d| 1848-1911.
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    a| Peters, William E. q| (William Elisha), d| 1829-1906.
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    a| Dabney, Richard Heath, d| 1860-1947.
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