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Reminiscences by Virginia Tech Students and Alumni

Dr. Arthur Masey and Biology Class

Living History in Action: Tech Alumni Reminisce
Reminiscences of W. Purviance Tams, Jr. (class of 1902), and J. Ambler Johnston (class of 1904), with a foreward by James I . Robertson from the fall 1970 Context

Letter from C. Ross McCorkle
C. Ross McCorkle's (class of 1905) May 1973 letter to Context about his experiences at V.P.I.

Memories of V.P.I.
"T. P." Hicks, class of 1909, recounts his memories of his student days

V.P.I. Recollections, 1906 to 1910
Henry H. Hutchinson, class of 1909, recalls his time at V.P.I.

Virginia Tech's Oldest Alumnus Ralph Phinney
An article by Ralph Phinney, class of 1916, and Su Clauson-Wicker

A Co-Ed's Diary
One of the first women students recounts her experiences in 1926-27 in the Tin Horn

April 23rd, 1995--An Ode to My 92nd Birthday and Episodes of My Marvelous Life in the V.P.I. Corps of Cadets
Carroll R. Shuler, class of 1928, writes about his time at Tech

Notes on My Life at Virginia Tech
Col. Harvey E. Sheppard, class of 1932, reminisces
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Last updated July 1, 1998