Contains 17 Results:
Contains a copy of Wayne Jackson's telecast memo of the first televised Virginia-Carolina Athletic Conference (VCAC) Junior College Basketball Tournament at Brogden Hall. This file also includes two copies of the Junior College Basketball telecast schedule on February 18, 1961, with handwritten notes.
Contains two booklets of the official program of the Championship Basketball Tournament at at Brogden Hall, New Hanover High School, including a scanned page of the program, the Wilmington College Roster.
Contains five photographs of the WECT crew and audience at the Virginia-Carolina Athletic Basketball Tournament in Wilmington in February 1961. The file also includes a scanned copy of the cover of the Official Program.
Contains newspaper clippings of player statistics which include the Wilmington College Seahawks, a column about the Virginia-California Athletic Conference, and an excerpt about Bill McDonald, football coach at East Carolina.
Contains typed correspondence between Wayne Jackson and individuals regarding the celebratory dinner held on June 7, 1961, for the Wilmington College Seahawks Baseball team, who won the Junior College Baseball National Championship.
Contains a list of guests invited to the Wilmington College Seahawks Baseball dinner held on June 7, 1961, a typed program outline, and handwritten notes which include names of individuals who have accepted the invitation, speakers, a seating chart, and miscellaneous memos.
Contains five ticket stubs attached to an envelope with notes and two programs to the Wilmington College Seahawks Baseball dinner on June 7, 1961.
Contains two copies of a letter from D.E. Warner, Jr., Board of College Relations, to WECT Television Station as well as copies of a Resolution from the Board of Trustees approving WECT to broadcast live the first commencement exercise of Wilmington College on June 13, 1965.
Contains a vellum and printed list of questions for the interview between Wayne Jackson and Dr. William Randall, President of Wilmington College.