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William Poindexter Moore letters to his mother
- "Moore writes to his mother at Bellvue, Bedford County, Va., describing boarding at Crockford's including a fire in one of the rooms, his destructive roommate, the landlord's drinking, and theft by the washwoman; playing football and breaking a man's nose [by accident?]; a stay in the University infirmary for an infected knee, his medical roommate's keeping an "old heart" to study; a $10 bet won by a student for running naked in 16 degree weather three miles up to the reservoir and back; an invitation to dine with Professor Harrison and petitioning him not to put three 8-page essays on the final examination; the baseball team; warm showers in the gymnasium; damage from a severe wind storm; and testifying on behalf of a student arrested for wrestling on and blocking a sidewalk."
- "The collection also contains a final grade report and a letter from W.G. Christian to Moore's mother on his knee injury."
- "In addition, he sends farming advice, enquires after family members, requests money and sends an assurance that he goes to church and doesn't get drunk often."
- "His letter of November 2, 1895 mentions the October 27, 1895 Rotunda fire."
- "Letters (Correspondence)"
- "William Poindexter Moore letters to his mother"