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James H. Law, Jr. papers (1920-1921; 0.2 cubic feet) include correspondence, notebooks, blueprints, and exams of alumnus James H. Law, Jr. (Architecture, 1925).
This collection contains pamphlets, brochures, fliers, photographs, clippings, posters, event information, speeches, and prints documenting McDonald's work as a historical preservationist and involvement with the University of Virginia School of Architecture.
The collection includes both colored and black-and-white prints of etchings, woodcuts, and linocuts by Werner K. Sensbach, depicting various University of Virginia buildings and a couple of landscapes. Also includes twelve preliminary sketches done by Sensbach of scenes from the University of Virginia and one for St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.