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     MANUSCRIPTS and ARCHIVAL MATERIAL

Box BW 5

 Container

Contains 13 Collections and/or Records:

Mary Ann Magnoni Sabbath notebook

 Collection — Box: BW 5, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 16080
Scope and Contents Mary Ann Magnoni Sabbath notebook, 1836, 0.03 cubic feet, presented to Mary Ann Magnoni by her Sabbath School teacher (Mr. Bumstead) at the First Baptist Church of Boston. She used the notebook like a diary to record home prayers, church worship, and Sunday school events in 1836 when she was approximately twenty-two years old. Also included are notes about several preachers and their teachings. She mentions Reverend Adlam, Reverend Dr. Sharp, Reverend William Collier, Reverend Mr. Harthone, and...
Dates: 1836

John McAllister Jr. letter

 Collection — Box: BW 5, Folder: 1 [X031589242]
Identifier: MSS 16081
Scope and Contents John McAllister Jr., letter to his mother, 0.03 cubic feet, 1837. McAllister, a Philadelphia manufacturer, wrote to his mother about his wife Eliza's trip to White Sulpher [sic] Springs and other Virginia resorts. With his wife traveling in the South, McAllister adds his own observations on a North/South split just then occurring among Presbyterians meeting in Philadelphia.
Dates: 1837

RKO copies of William Faulkner typescript of Gunga Din screenplay

 Collection — Box: BW 5, Folder: 1 [X031589243]
Identifier: MSS 16082
Scope and Contents The RKO copies of William Faulkner typescript of Gungha Din screenplay (1936, 0.03 cubic feet) contain: 1. "Notes for an original story by W. Faulkner. PUKKA SAHIB (Tentative Title). Dictated by W. Faulkner to Kathleen Jones." April 10, 1936. 6 pp. 2. "Notes for an original story by W. Faulkner. Dictated by W. Faulkner to Kathleen Jones." April 13, 1936. 10 pp. 3. "GUNGHA DIN (Sequence and Scenes) by William Faulkner. Dictated by W. Faulkner to Kathleen Jones." April 16, 1936. 1...
Dates: 1936

David R. Goodman letter

 Collection — Box: BW 5, Folder: 1 [X031589244]
Identifier: MSS 16087
Scope and Contents David R. Goodman (Charlottesville) letter from "Minton" in Waynesboro, Virginia dated February 20, 1868, 0.03 cubic feet, about having trouble with his cook, hiring black women, a toothache, doctor visits, and foreigners in the area.
Dates: 1868

Henry Wise Garnett letter

 Collection — Box: BW 5, Folder: 1 [X031589245]
Identifier: MSS 16088
Scope and Contents Henry Wise Garnett letter. 0.03 cubic feet, to his grandfather, Brigadier General H. A. Wise from Richmond, Virginia on October 5, 1863. Henry, at age fourteen, refers to a letter that his mother had recently received from his grandfather about war news, Yankees, a "negro" school, and specific battles in the areas of Princess Anne County and Warrington, Va..
Dates: 1863 October 5

Kents Store, Va. receipts and documents

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 16089
Scope and Contents Kent's store receipts and documents, 1850's, 0.06 cubic feet contain detailed documents with names, dates, and financial accounts, line items, and descriptions of goods or services rendered. Included are a Fluvanna County Sherrif's receipt which includes a tax category for "Slaves" at 60 cents each and "whites" at 40 cents each; also a medical related receipt to Mrs. Betsy Ham "To visit little negro & prescrition," for the fee of 2.00.
Dates: 1850's

Mylius family papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 16091
Scope and Contents The collection consists of several dozen documents, 1930's, 0.015 cubic feet, including letters with Nazi postmarks, Heil Hitler signatures, visa applications, receipts, biographical sketch, genealogy publications, photographs, church documents, and printed songs and poems. Most of the letters are in German.
Dates: 1914-1944

Robert L. "Pete" Potter photograph

 Collection — Box: BW 5, Folder: 1 [X031589253]
Identifier: MSS 16093

Music festival in Charlottesville press photograph

 Collection — Box: BW 5, Folder: 1 [X031589254]
Identifier: MSS 16094
Scope and Contents Music fesival in Charlottesville press photograph, 1931, 0.03 cubic feet, 8x10 original with newspaper caption, "1,000 sing at music festival--the greatest music festival event in Viginia history, the Virginia music festival at Charlottesville recently came to a close. A feature was the chorus of 1,000 voices singing Schubert's Mass in E flat. The mass was directed by Dr. T. Tertius Noble, of New York. ACME-P&A press pPhoto 4/18/31.
Dates: 1931

Martin Luther King, Jr. press photographs

 Collection — Box: BW 5, Folder: 1 [X031589255]
Identifier: MSS 16096
Scope and Contents Martin Luther King, Jr. press photographs, 1963-1965, 0.03 cubic feet, includes Dr. King's march on Washington D.C., Montgomery, Alabama march, Civil Rights protest march, Dr. King being struck in the head while trying to register at the Hotel Albert in Selma, Dr. King lying on a table recovering from an attack in Selma with a visitor, and Dr. King with several other distinquished African-American leaders.
Dates: 1963-1965

Delius, Gloystein, Nolting, and Brydon business letters

 Collection — Box: BW 5, Folder: 1 [X031589256]
Identifier: MSS 16100
Scope and Contents Delius, Gloystein, Nolting, and Brydon business letters, 1826-1827, 0.03 cubic feet, in which Delius and Gloysein announce expiration of their business while Nolting and Brydon announce that they are the successors to this business. The letter is addressed to Enoch Silsbee of Boston, Massachusetts.
Dates: 1826-1827

Henry Andrew Peckham letters

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 16103
Scope and Contents Henry Andrew Peckham letters from 1944-1946, 0.015 cubic feet, consist of transcripts of his letters to his parents during his service in the United States Navy.
Dates: 1944-1946

Lieutenant Robert M. H. Webb letters

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 16104