Box BW 7
Contains 12 Results:
Margaret Shacklett handwritten cookbook, 1876, full of detailed recipes for dishes and meals of all types and totals 0.03 cubic feet. The books was once bound but the back board is wanting, the text block has sewn binding and the front board has hand marbled paper.
Judith F. Armstrong memory book, at James G. Johnson Elementary School, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1955-1956, totals 0.03 cubic feet. The memory book has scrapbook -style pages with pre-printed captions such as "My Teacher" and school photographs. Each photograph is captioned with names in pencil.
Blue Ridge Farm aerial photograph, 1934, a Western Albermarle County estate, inscribed "Much love from Blanche Ortman Merry Xmas 1934" totaling 0.03 cubic feet. Sepia toned photograph inscribed in black ink on the front and captioned in pencil on the verso.
Leroy L. Harcum promissory note for the purchase of a slave from M . W. Jones and William Rogers, who agree to lease the slave boy Lucius for $27.25" and consists of 0.03 cubic feet, 1861. They also agreed to give the boy a hat and blanket in addition to the usual summer and winter clothing.
Harry H. Holman correspondence about dog breeding, 1944-1954, 0.03 cubic feet. Correspondents include Frank E. Mueller, Randolph Thomas, M. E. Blanton, Mr. Roseman, Roger Williams, James M. Ford, A. W.White, Louise De Hart, Thomas F. Walker, and Major J. Russell Bohn. Companies include Blue Ridge Wholesale Grocery Co., Hercules Powder Company, Field Dog Stud certified, Howard's Neck Farm, and Skyrocketts Starpoise.
Catherine G. Wirt letter, March 17, 1836, to Mrs. Matilda Crossitt of Princeton, Caldwell County, Kentucky, seeking to obtain letters that her father, William Wirt, had written to Mrs. Crossitt's father, makes up 0.03 cubic feet.
People associated with the letter include Mrs. Hester Edwards (nee Pope), Samuel L. Southard, and Mr. Green in Washington D. C.
Avent family papers, 1905-1982, 0.09 cubic feet, was purchased with the Harris family papers and Special Collections separated them. The collection contains photographs, ledgers for real estate and fire insurance, and invitations and programs for various activities including Roanoke City High School graduation program, The Domino Club, Elks Club dance card, Virginia Coal Operators Association Banquet, and the Phythian Sisters of Virginia.
George E. Dennis Confederate letter, 1862, in which he describes camp conditions and troop movements consisting of 0.03 cubic feet.