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Silver-plated spoon and four-prong fork, "MWC" engraved on each handle.

Green felt goat emblem trimmed in orange thread. There are two identical goat emblems in the collection. These emblems represent the "Goat" in the rivalry between the Devil/Goat distinctions. This campus tradition began in 1926-1927 and pitted the…

A brass loving cup presented to Edna Peck Reed by the Fredericksburg Kiwanis Club at "Class Day" for having contributed more than any other senior to the building of the college.

Silver-plated spoon with scalloped edges and decorative design both front and back. "F.S.N.S." engraved on the handle.

Purple velvet hood with lilac satin lining.
James Farmer was appointed as Commonwealth Professor of History at Mary Washington College in 1985. His rich, resonant voice and gift of storytelling enthralled students and faculty. With…

Academic Regalia in royal blue with black velvet trim down the center and on the sleeves.

Black, flat-topped graduation cap with gold tassel and royal blue velvet hood with black and blue lining.

Thirty-three arrow/spear heads of assorted sizes made of stone. These artifacts were found on Brompton (Fredericksburg, Virginia). The University of Mary Washington acquired the Brompton estate in 1946.

Small shield-shaped item with raised emblem in the center.

This item was massed produced in the 14th century to be bought by those making a pilgrimage to Canterbury. The icon represents Sir Thomas of Canterbury who was murdered by knights loyal to King Henry II.
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