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History 216: William & Mary in the Jazz Age: Home

This is a guide of resources for the Spring 2008 history course about the College of William and Mary during the Jazz Age. Taught by James Whittenburg, Carolyn Whittenburg, David McCarthy, Louise Kale, and Melissa Engimann.

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History 216: W&M in the Jazz Age

This guide contains links to a few key resources of particular interest to students in the course History 216: W&M in the Jazz Age including resources and print materials housed in the Special Collections Research Center and the Library's stacks.

The course description from the class schedule: "This course will examine the history of Higher Education in general and the College of William & Mary in particular in the early part of the twentieth century, especially the Presidency of J.A.C. Chandler, 1919-1934. The course will place special emphasis on the expansion and development of the College campus during the Chandler presidency, with special attention to the "sunken garden" campus."

Swem Library has created other guides that will be of interest to researchers including a Research Paper Writing and Citation Guide, Primary Sources Guide, and Copyright Guide.

Contact: Special Collections Research Center, spcoll@wm.edu or 757-221-3090

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