United States Military Academy--Songs and music ; Smith, William Ruthven, 1868-1941, USMA 1892 ; Moore, Walter, 1885-1952, USMA 1910
Handwritten musical score and typescript letter, September 8, 1928. Letter from Major Walter Moore, USMA 1910 to Major General W. R. Smith, USMA 1892 presenting The Academy with the manuscript of the music "The Corps".
United States Military Academy -- History ; United States Military Academy -- Curricula
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Officer, Continental Army, lawyer, statesman. Report to the Secretary of War, proposing a basic plan for the organization, administration and curriculum of a national military academy
United States Military Academy -- Buildings. ; West Point Hotel (West Point, N.Y.) ; United States Military Academy-- Views.
The old West Point Hotel, built in 1829, stood at the north end of the Plain (now known as Trophy Point). The main hotel building was demolished in the early 1930's after the Hotel Thayer had been built.
The Headquarters Building and East Academic Building looking south at the USMA. Building 600, Headquarters Building, was completed in 1909, and is now called the Administration Building. East Academic Building, finished in 1914, the building is now...
Headquarters Building, full elevation, looking north at the USMA. Building 600, Headquarters Building, was finished in 1909. The architects on the project were Gram, Goodhue, and Ferguson. The building is now known as the Administration Building.
United States Military Academy -- Aerial Views; United States Military Academy - Aerial View; United States Military Academy -- Buildings; United States. Army -- Barracks and quarters;
View from the Cadet Chapel looking down toward Central Area. Cadet Barracks, Academic Buildings and Headquarters Building, Library, Cullum Hall, and the Bachelor Officer's Quarters (now Lincoln Hall) are visible.
Yearbook of the United States Corps of Cadets. This class entered the United States Military Academy June 15, 1916 and on November 1, 1918, completed the course then prescribed which was known as the War Emergency Course.