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  • VMI Records Management Program.
    Records Management Program We can provide secure on site bulk shredding services for most VMI offices Records Management Information for VMI Employees See left menu links under Records Management and consult our FAQ for detailed information Contact COL Diane Jacob Head Archives and Records Management if you need help or have questions About Records Management at VMI As a state agency the Virginia Military Institute must comply with the requirements for records retention and disposition as governed by the provisions of the Virginia Public Records Act Code of Virginia Records retention schedules and other regulations for all state agencies are created and maintained by the Library of Virginia In addition VMI specific policy is stated in General Order 21 and additional federal and state laws and regulations may apply All Virginia state agencies are required to appoint a designated Records Officer to oversee the Records Management Program and to serve as the liaison with the Library of Virginia Records Management Division At VMI the designated Records Officer is the Head of Archives and Records Management The VMI Archives is located in Preston Library All Institute employees are required to properly manage records created in the course of conducting Institute business Employees must consult the approved retention schedules before disposing of records All legally mandated retention periods must have been met there can be no pending audits litigation or other holds on the records AND you must complete a Certificate of Records Destruction This form must be signed by the department or unit head or authorized designated person and it must be submitted for approval to the Head of Archives and Records Management before any records are destroyed Essential Information Review the records retention schedules to determine how long records must be retained Follow these instructions for completing the required Certificate

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/Archives/Records/Records_Management/Records_Management/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Digital Collections and Online Access, VMI Archives
    Program Research Support Cadet Counseling Career Services Disabilities Services Miller Academic Center Advising Math Resource Center The Writing Center Resources Registrar Financial Aid Canvas Login Dean s Office Career Services Bookstore Cadet Computing Admissions Corps Life Athletics Library Archives Preston Library Library Home Find Books Departments Media Equipment Technical Services Visitor Information Archives Archives Home Online Exhibits VMI History FAQs Genealogy Alumni Manuscripts Civil War New Market Give Close Menu Archives Home Digital Collections Digital Collections Site Cadet Newspaper The Bomb Yearbook Archives Online Catalog Quick Info FAQs Civil War New Market Stonewall Jackson Genealogy Alumni Photos Portraits Letters Diaries Manuscripts Digital Exhibits Home Military Oral History VMI Records Records Management About the Archives Mary Laura Kludy Archives Assistant Ph 540 464 7516 Fax 540 464 7089 archives vmi edu Preston Library Lexington Virginia 24450 Hours Visitor Info Archives Digital Collections Overview Digital Collections Online Access to Popular Holdings Our large and growing collection of online digital resources are available at our VMI Archives Digital Collections website New material is added weekly Thousands of photographs documents papers and publications from our unique holdings are permanently available for online viewing Included are letters diaries and manuscripts the Stonewall Jackson Papers the VMI Archives photographs collection historical and current Institute publications and many other digital collections To search and view the full range of our digital holdings go directly to digitalcollections vmi edu Spotlight Online Access to Student Publications The VMI Cadet Newspaper Digital Archives The Cadet originally the Keydet VMI s student newspaper began weekly publication in the fall of 1907 It has been published continuously since that date except for a 3 year gap during and immediately following World War II You can browse or search the collection on our digital collections site The VMI Yearbook Known as The Bomb

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/Archives/Digital_Collections_Site_Related/Digital_Collections_Overview/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Virginia Military Institute - About the Anniversary of New Market
    m to 5 p m except New Year s Day Thanksgiving Day Christmas Eve and day About the Anniversary Additional Resources New Market Ceremony About the Battle Annual Reenactment About the Anniversary Stories New Market Medal A Search for Descendants Remarks at the New Market Descendents Reception New Market Reenactment 2014 Marks 150th Anniversary of Battle of New Market On May 15 VMI commemorated the 150th anniversary of one of the most significant events in its history the Battle of New Market The battle represents a rare moment in U S history when an entire student body fought as a unit in pitched battle On May 11 1864 the Corps was given orders to rise early to begin the nearly 85 mile march northward to support Gen John C Breckinridge s troops in battle Of the 257 cadets engaged 10 were killed or died as a result of their injuries Six are buried beneath the statue Virginia Mourning Her Dead in front of Nichols Hall Every year on the battle s anniversary they are remembered with a parade and ceremony on post From the start of their cadetships VMI cadets learn the names of those who died on the field

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/vmcw/10737428736/ (2016-02-15)
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  • VMI Museum
    Avenue Lexington Virginia 24450 Welcome to the VMI Museum Welcome to the VMI Museum Welcome to the VMI Museum I am sure the Corps will look upon these mementos as I do as touching and eloquent voices to them to emulate the virtues and patriotism of him who used them Francis H Smith VMI Superintendent 1856 With the acceptance of a Revolutionary War musket in 1856 Superintendent Smith created the

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/VMI_Museum/12469/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Virginia Military Institute - The Founding of VMI
    464 7334 VMI Museum Virginia Military Institute 415 Letcher Avenue Lexington Virginia 24450 The Founding of VMI The year 2014 marks the 175th anniversary of VMI s founding on a snowy day in 1839 Today s Corps of Cadets more than 1 600 strong has its roots in a quiet ceremony that year on Nov 11 when 23 cadets relieved guards at what was then a state arsenal By 1864 the year the entire Corps of Cadets played a decisive role in the Battle of New Market the VMI post had begun to look something like it does today with a barracks building in place that would look much the same when rebuilt following the burning of the post by Gen David Hunter s troops a month later We would recognize that building as Old Barracks There is much else that we would recognize including an abiding belief in founding superintendent Francis H Smith s ideal of the citizen soldier The ever present need for leaders of knowledge and integrity in the civilian and military sectors has been the driving force throughout the Institute s history At our Founders Day ceremony on Nov 11 2014 we will honor the enduring

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/VMI_Museum/10737428748/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Virginia Military Institute - Virginia Museum of the Civil War Home
    War The Virginia Museum of the Civil War and the 19th century Bushong Farm commemorate a unique moment in American history when college boys VMI cadets engaged in pitched battle and helped win a victory Virginia Museum of the Civil War Home Virginia Museum of the Civil War Open daily year round 9 00 a m to 5 00 p m except New Year s Day Thanksgiving Day Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Where 257 Cadets from VMI made the difference The Virginia Museum of the Civil War historic Bushong Farm and self guided battlefield tour provide many opportunities to reflect upon the Battle of New Market which raged just outside the museum and farm on May 15 1864 All areas of the park are easy accessible from the museum over relatively flat grass covered ground but there is also a park road which allows vehicular access Allow about two hours to explore the grounds and facilities and remember that your Virginia Museum of the Civil War admission ticket is good for seven days from the date of purchase Begin your exploration of the New Market battlefield at the Virginia Museum of the Civil War Artifacts and dioramas convey the

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/vmcw/10737422550/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Virginia Military Institute - Calendar of Events
    Info Center Staff New Market Battlefield State Historical Park 8895 George Collins Pkwy PO Box 1864 New Market Va 22844 866 515 1864 nmbshp vmi edu Open daily year round 9 a m to 5 p m except New Year s Day Thanksgiving Day Christmas Eve and day Calendar of Events All events are held at the Virginia Museum of the Civil War and New Market Battlefield State Historical Park unless otherwise indicated For additional information newmarketevent embarqmail com Friday May 13 2 00 4 00 152nd Anniversary Battle of New Market Tour Learn More A detailed on this spot at this moment exploration of the battle with Site Director Major Troy D Marshall Pre registration required limited to 50 people Saturday May 14 10 00 Grounds Open to the Public 10 00 Camp life Living History at Bushong Farm 10 00 2 00 Living History Camp life Farm life in the camps and at the at Bushong Farm 11 00 Artillery Demonstration Spectator Area 11 00 11 45 Battlefield Tour Museum Benches 2 30 TACTICAL REENACTMENT Spectator Viewing Area 5 00 Grounds Closed to the Public Sunday May 15 10 00 Grounds open to public 10 00 10 45

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/vmcw/Reenactment/10737428528/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Virginia Military Institute - Visit the Museum
    Located at the southern tip of the Shenandoah Valley in the town of Lexington VMI is a 2 1 2 hour drive from Richmond VA 3 1 2 hours from Washington DC and 4 hours from Charlotte NC The campus referred to as the Post sits on 134 acres 12 of which are designated as a National Historic District The VMI Museum is located in Jackson Memorial Hall on the

    Original URL path: http://www.vmi.edu/VMI_Museum/12445/ (2016-02-15)
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