The JUEL archive yields rich biographical information about members of the University community. The wide range of records can reveal long-lost details about a student, faculty member, administrator, laborer, or slave. You can find names, birthdays or birthplaces. In letters and diaries, you can recover distinctive features of a person’s life. Even in the extensive administrative documents (such as the Board of Visitors Minutes), individual voices emerge, as do fascinating details about the events and people that constituted Jefferson's University in its early age.
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