Box BW 8
Contains 10 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box: BW 8, Folder: 1 [X031589295]
Identifier: MSS 16180
Scope and Contents Henry M. Harris papers, 1848-1948, 0.03 cubic feet includes letters and photographs of the University of Virginia. Also included are Lewis W. Cabell, J. B. Cochran, Kenneth Brown, Donald A. Harris, with either Charlottesville or UVA connections. There are also photographs of Henry M. Harris, Donald Harris, and the University of Virginia.
Collection — Box: BW 8, Folder: 1 [X031589297]
Identifier: MSS 16185
Collection — Box: BW 8, Folder: 1 [X031589298]
Identifier: MSS 16186
Scope and Contents D. M. Henkel letter to his cousin, Samuel G. Henkle, February 5, 1841, 0.03 cubic feet, printed in ink and sends news of D. M. Henkel's father's death.
Dates: 1841 February 5
Collection — Box: BW 8, Folder: 1 [X031589299]
Identifier: MSS 16188
Scope and Contents Margaret "Maggie" Schwartzhaupt friendship album, 1873-1876, totaling 0.03 cubic feet, is a blank book presented to Miss Schwartzhaupt of Baltimore by her father on Christmas Day, 1873. Every page is filled with holographic sentiments, each in a unique hnd, from her friends and family between 1873 and 1896. Some pages are embellished with illustrations and Victorian scrapbook material. Tipped to the last pages of the album are newspaper articles mentioning family marriages, births, and deaths....
Collection — Box: BW 8, Folder: 1 [X031589300]
Identifier: MSS 16189
Scope and Contents Reverend J. O. Miller (living in York, Pennsylvania) letter to his congressman, the Honorable Adam M. Glossbrenner, 1866, 0.03 cubic feet, concerning damage done by the Union troops to the Winchester German Reformed church. Also included are four affidavits documenting the damage with testimony signed by George F. Miller, Isaac Kline (Frederick County), Thomas Hewel (Winchester), John W. Gain, Brison Luther, George Diffendorfer, and J. B. T. Reid (Mayor of Winchester). The letter and affidavits...
Collection — Box: BW 8, Folder: 1 [X031589304]
Identifier: MSS 16190
Scope and Contents Lucia Kingman friendship album, 1835-1840, 0.03 cubic feet, a commericial friendship album with red leather binding, and blind and gold stamped decoration. There is an unused decorated title page marked "Published by J.C. Riker, No. 15 Ann Street, New York." It is filled with poems titled "To Lucia" in similar and various hands from signers in Princeton, Ipsweich, North Bridgewater, Easton, Reading, and Wellfleet. [Ipswich Female Seminary] Some hand colored prints.
Collection — Box: BW 8, Folder: 1 [X031589305]
Identifier: MSS 16191
Scope and Contents Lydia Heney friendship album, 1837-1839, consists of 0.03 cubic feet, a simple album with marbled paper cover with gilt-stamped green leather corners and spine, no title page, pink endpapers and white pages. This friendship album contains many sentiments and verses directed to Lydia Heney, including many different handwriting examples from both male and female friends and acquaintances. Locations of signers include Pennsylvania towns, Brandywine, Pittsburgh, Pocopson, Pemsbury, Pemsville, and...
Collection — Box: BW 8, Folder: 1 [X031589306]
Identifier: MSS 16192
Scope and Contents Emily P. Atwell friendship album, 1857-1888, 0.03 cubic feet, with leather binding and gold and blind decorative stamping including title "The Sunbeam Album." Front page inscribed "To Emily P. Atwell, New Ipswich, N.H., New Year's present from her mother, Jan. 1st 1852." Contains many sentiments and verses directed to Emily, including many different handwriting examples from both male and female friends and acquaintances. Two plates included, "The Well," and "The Fantoccini Boy." Pages are made...
Collection — Box: BW 8, Folder: 1 [X031589307]
Identifier: MSS 16194
Scope and Contents Jacques Letellier script for film, "The Lottery in Babylon" 1960's, .03 cubic feet, a typed draft for an unproduced film based on the 1941 short story by Jorge Louis Borges.
Collection — Box: BW 8, Folder: 1 [X031589308]
Identifier: MSS 16195
Scope and Contents Lucretia Foster friendship album, 1843-1846, 0.03 cubic feet, contains personal heartfelt messages written by the friends and family of Lucretia Foster, of Brewster, Massachusetts in a red leather binding with blind and gold stamped designs. Commercial album, "Floral Album" published by J. Riker, New York, ca 1841. Verse and prose including an acrostic poem.