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Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSS 16729
This collection documents the work of Susan Tyler Hitchcock, writer, editor, and former faculty member at the University of Virginia. This collection includes Hitchcock's correspondence, notes, photographs, research, and drafts of manuscripts. The bulk of the materials focus on the work surrounding her book The University of Virginia: A Pictorial History published by the ...
Majority of material found within 1990-1999
Collection — Box: BW 47, Folder: 1/1
Identifier: MSS 16692
This collection consists of Rhys Isaac's 1987 Thomas Jefferson Memorial Lecture at the University of Virginia. The lecture is titled "The Virginia Enlightenment: Construction in Time and Space" with annotation from Isaac to Gayle Cooper, Rare Book cataloger at the University of Virginia. Also included is a letter from Isaac to Gail [sic] and a list of Sabine Hall books requested for priority cataloging.
1982 - 1987
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 16666
This collection contains prints of photographs by Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952). In the 1930s, Frances Benjamin Johnston photographed Colonial and early Republic architecture under the auspices of the Carnegie Survey of the Architecture of the South in nine southern states. The majority of the collection focuses on Virginia towns and counties. The collection presents buildings in close to their original state, during a time when architectural alteration or restoration were not as...
undated, ca. 1900s
Majority of material found within 1970-1998
Identifier: MSS 15462
Scope and Contents
The Sheeran Architects records (1980-2008; 9.4 cubic feet) include drawings and office files relating to projects by Peter L. Sheeran and members of his firm, financial records, correspondence, notes and sketches. Materials are organized by project name, and then by date. Other records included are projects dating from Sheeran’s time as principal of Cleveland Sheeran Architects, AIA (1980-1989) and as project architect for Jack L. Rinehart Architect (1977-1980).Other members of...