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Pithonian Society Constitution and bylaws

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Pithonian Society Constitution and bylaws, 1840
Title
Pithonian Society Constitution and bylaws
Inclusive dates
1840
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Language
eng
Summary
Constitution and bylaws, 1840, of the Pithonian Society at the Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia, including forms for inauguration and initiation. Also includes a membership list, 1840-1843. Volume also contains notes on Christianity probably made by Robert Nelson (1819-1886) while a student at the school. Also contains algebra problems, possibly worked by James Points (or Poynts) Nelson (1849-1929) while a student at Washington College (now Washington & Lee University), as well as James Points Nelson's name and Washington College inscribed throughout the book. Also includes notes on fortifications taken by A. S. Nelson, school unknown
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Biographical or historical data
The Pithonian Society, founded in 1840, was one of the early literary societies of the Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia. The school was founded in 1839 and was conducted on an estate named "Howard."
Cataloging source
Vi
Label
Pithonian Society Constitution and bylaws
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
1
Immediate source of acquisition
Viereckt, L. H.
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000497609
Type of unit
v. (bound)

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