A brief history of Longwood University, with introduction by Dr. James Jordan. In ”Longwood University: The First 175 Years,” Barbara Shepard has given us a labor of love that chronicles Longwood’s unusual – indeed unique – journey from seminary and private women’s college to the thriving co-educational public university it is today.
Henry Willett Jr
Written by past president of Longwood University Dr. Henry Willett, "The history of Longwood House" was initially written in the fall of 2002, but published in 2004 following the dedication of Brock Commons.
This history is reprinted from The Iron Worker, Autumn 1955, published by the Lynchburg Foundry Company, Lynchburg, Virginia. It has been revised slightly for this printing, dated January 1957
In 1952, the Art Structures class created these block prints of Longwood's campus.
Betty Lou Harman
History of the Joan of Arc Statues at Longwood University
Jane Waring Ruffin
A brief history of the Longwood House.
Harriet Venable Miller
History of Longwood House in Prince Edward County which was built by Nathaniel E. Venable in 1815.
Jennie Masters Tabb
Brief history of the State Teachers College written by Jennie Master Tabb. Includes facts and information about the school not included in the catalogs.
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