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Marshall Fishwick manuscripts, "Speaking of Virginia"; "Common Culture and The Great Tradition; "Searching for Cicero"; "Lady Eightball" (Four versions of Lady Eightball with varying paginations); and "Growing Up and Moving Out".
This collection contains a handwritten poem written by Joan St. C. Crane based on her experiences of compiling the works of poet Robert Frost. It was written at the University of Virginia in the Fall of 1971. Alongside the poem in the collection is a catalogue card outlining the work's title, author, and subject matter.
Flood damage, Staunton, Virginia photographs, 1896 September 29, 0.03 cubic feet, titled "Murray Staunton", white buildings and gas works, a view of bridge near bark mill, view around gas house, B & O freight house, and ruins of Lushbaugh's factory.
Henry D. Flood family papers, 1832-1960, 0.03 cubic feet, consists of approximately 25 letters and contracts, mostly related to tobacco. There is also one black and white photograph of Claude W. Smith, Appomattox County clerk, at the 1945 Centennial celebration, and a program for the event.
Folk art herbarium album filled with many pages of paintings and drawings from edge to edge; other pages are filled with flower, leaf, and shrub cuttings with hand written captions.
Roxana Foreman high school scrapbook in "My Memory Book" binding from Harriman, and Lenoir City, Tennessee in 1927. It contains pasted-in colorful handmade and printed ephemera and letters, related to football, theater and school. There are also candy wrappers, ribbons, hats, Camel cigarettes, and many pages of hand-written text and sentimental authographs that provide a "diary" of Roxana's high school experiences.
This collection contains personal and professional correspondence, sketchbooks, exhibition booklets, book mockups, and news clippings of Edward "Ned" Granville Foss, the first graphic designer at the University of Virginia Press and a lectuer in Art History at the University of Virginia.
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.
Lynne Fromme drawings, 1973, 0.03 cubic feet, purchased by Robert Milton Hawkins, Jr. of Greenbriar County West Virginia, made by inmate Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme at the Federal Prison Camp in Alderson, West Virginia. Two of the drawings are women; one signed "LF" was thought to be Lynette's self-portrait. The second drawing of a woman is signed "Q" as is the drawing of a man with a number on his forehead and thought to be a drawing of Charles Manson.
Henry Blake Fuller manuscript "The Song of a Roman Singer" (undated) with handwritten extra stanzas, 0.03 cubic feet.
Memorial album with blank pages for writing remembrances; hand-written entries of poetry and farewell sentiments, most signed and many dated.