Lewis M. Coleman, Jr. papers
Scope and Contents Note
The Lewis M. Coleman, Jr. papers (circa 1870-1926; 0.05 cubic feet) document Coleman's studies and travels to Richmond, VA and Charleston, SC. Collection materials include eleven letters Coleman wrote from Hanover Academy, VA to his mother Mary. Among other topics, Coleman discusses his friend Richard Henry Jesse (1853-1921), who briefly attended the University of Virginia. Collection materials also include two photographs, one of which depicts Coleman's son Lewis III among other University of Virginia students.
- Creation: circa 1870-1926
Language of Materials
Materials are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research use.
Lewis M. Coleman, Jr. attended the University of Virginia in the late 1870s, as did his father Lewis M. and his son Lewis M., III.
Source: Materials within collection.
0.05 Cubic Feet (1 small oversize folder. )
Accession Number 2019-0071, Purchased 16 October 2018.
- Lewis M. Coleman, Jr. papers
- Tanner Greene
- 6 May 2019
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