Box BW 1
Contains 24 Results:
The unidentied woman photograph (circa 1824; 0.03 cubic feet) was taken by a photography studio named Davis on Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia.
Hampton, Virginia aerial photographs (1921; 0.03 cubic feet)were taken by the United States Army in 1921.
George W. Watt trotting bred stock registration (1932; 0.03 cubic feet) is to the Virginia Horse Breeders Association, Inc., and a subscription to The Horse, Journal of the American Remount Association.
James Buford estate sale list (1797; 0.03 cubic feet) contains a list of Buford's assests in Lunenburg, Virginia. The list mention the sale of six enslaved people, along with cattle and furniture.
Gilderoy Williams slave complaint against a slave named Daniel for using provokeying [sic] and insulting language, 1856, 0.03 cubic feet.
Richmond Printer's Association broadside dated 1924, is 0.03 cubic feet, and opposes any legislation that would allow the penitentiary to compete with them in printing. The broadside is titled, "Immediate Action Needed" and also includes a letter of opposition from Franklin Printing.
Henry Blake Fuller manuscript "The Song of a Roman Singer" (undated) with handwritten extra stanzas, 0.03 cubic feet.
Charles F. Simms photograph,  0.03 cubic feet. Simms was a guard for the George Washington tombstone.
Frank Humphreys, "The Magazine for Boys" and "The Nankeen Jacket", 0.03 cubic feet and contains two issues of "The Magazine for Boys" January 1, 1897 and April 1st, 1897. "The Nankeen Jacket" is another story for children from the Gustave Gusviller. There are three periodicals altogether.
This collection of Timothy Bakken historical letters, 1836-1881, is 0.03 cubic feet and contains twelve letters from Henry A. Wise, Thomas Masters, Alpheus Baker, Austin Willey (to Joseph Palmer Fessenden), J. Allred, William Brown, Edward Downing Barber about slavery, politics, business, church, and family.
This collection is a photograph of Lincoln's gun at Fort Monroe (undated) and is one folder (0.03 cubic feet).
This collection of James Kent and Mr. Parrish slavery valuation documents is 0.03 cubic feet, and consists of five signed slave receipts and a deed from businessman James Kent and his partner Mr. Parrish of Kent's Store, Virginia, 1856.
This collection of an African American Unit in World War II photograph is 0.03 cubic feet, contains one photograph of the First Platoon Company D. 8th Medical Training Battalion, 3rd Medical Training Regiment, at Camp Pickett, Virginia on June 25, 1943.
This collection of a Tommy Edwards MGM photograph is 0.03 cubic feet and is a promotional photograph from Richmond, Virginia.
This collection of one letter to William R. Aylett is 0.03 cubic feet, and is from a student at the University of Virginia who describes the University faculty, students, and Charlottesville. He mentions Mr. Minor and Miss Burkhead.
This collection of a Robert B. McKim letter to his sister Emilie L. McKim, December 5, 1800, is 0.03 cubic feet, and describes the Charlottesville social scene, and mentions Dr. McGuffey, Schele De Vere, and his wife
This collection of a Nathaniel Burwell letter from Alexander W. Green is 0.03 cubic feet, and is dated November 30, 1813 about runaway slaves near the estate of General Nelson, at Carters Hall, Millwood, Virginia
This collection of a John Lewis Cochran legal document is 0.03 cubic feet, and is dated March 7, 1864, calling for witnesses to appear in Military Court in Greenville, Tennessee.