Jonathan Williams Room, Hotel Thayer. "The main dining room is a dignified but light and cheerful room. It will accommodate up to 300 people and the rear half can be closed off for groups up to 125 persons."
Speech delivered to the Corps of Cadets August 14, 1821, following the Corps' march from Boston to Adams' home in Quincy Massachusetts. After watching the cadets parade and perform close and extended order drill, Adams offers his congratulations...
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
The Riding Hall, designed by Cram, Goodhue, and Ferguson was completed in 1909. In 1958 it was renamed Thayer Hall and converted to an academic building by adding four interior levels and two additional entrances on its west side.
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.