Browse Collections (52 total)

Woodhouse, Robert F. Jr. Collection, 1966-1970

A2018.11 - Silver Star - July 18 1970.pdf

Robert F. Woodhouse Jr., or “Woody” as he was known by friends and classmates, was born in Elmira, New York on April 5, 1946, son to Robert F. and…

Waring, Leila and May Collection

Waring.pdf

Leila Waring (1876-1964) was an acclaimed miniature portrait artist. She was born in Charleston to a well-off family and was descended from the…

Van Pelt, Philip F. Cadet Letters, 1945-1949

19451104 VanPelt.pdf

Philip Van Pelt, Class of 1949, wrote these letters to his family during the first semester of his freshman year in 1945.

The Citadel Alumni Association

CAA Constitution 1854.pdf

On November 19th 1852, The Association of Graduates and Ex Cadets was formed. In 1934 the name changed to The Association of Citadel Men. In 1997 the…

Summerall, Charles P. Collection

CP10_Letter_19180114.pdf

Charles P. Summerall was President of The Citadel from 1931 to 1953. During World War I Summerall was stationed in France, where he wrote letters to…

Strasser, Arthur Cadet Letters, 1949-1950

1950_04_23.pdf

Arthur Strasser was a member of The Citadel's Class of 1951. This collection of letters was written by Strasser from 1949-1950 while he was a cadet to…

Stockdale, James B. Collection

Speech_01.pdf

James B. Stockdale (1923-2005) served as the 15th president of The Citadel from 1979-1980. Vice Admiral Stockdale entered the Navy in 1943 and became…

Speeches

19680903 Harris.pdf

Speeches in this collection were given at Citadel commencement ceremonies and literary society events by Citadel affiliates and invited guests.

South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition, 1901-1902

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Held in Charleston, South Carolina from December 1, 1901 to June 20, 1902, The South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition, also known as…

Smoak, William Wightman Collection

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W. W. Smoak was a cadet at The Citadel. He was expelled in 1898 as part of the Cantey Rebellion but was later reinstated and graduated in 1900. He was…