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This collection contains a single letter from Aldine S. Kieffer to an E.M.[?]dder on Kieffer's business letter head in Dayton, Virginia. Kieffer was a publisher, music teacher, and promoter of the use of Shape Note music. The letter states that he likes the tune and will place it in the Musical Million, a publication that was a leading tool to promote Shape Note music, that was edited by Kieffer. He also mentions a rude communication from a Mr. Robertson.
King Edward the Seventh gift of a manuscript of bible photographs to the Bruton Church, Virginia, 1907, to commemorate the original gift of the bible from the King to the church in 1607, which marked the arrival of protestantism in North America. ).03 cubic feet.
Martin Luther King, Jr. press photographs, 1963-1965, 0.03 cubic feet, includes Dr. King's march on Washington D.C., Montgomery, Alabama march, Civil Rights protest march, Dr. King being struck in the head while trying to register at the Hotel Albert in Selma, Dr. King lying on a table recovering from an attack in Selma with a visitor, and Dr. King with several other distinquished African-American leaders.
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.
Rudolf Koch cast metal type piece (1930; 0.03 cubic foot) consists of a piece of brass, with the raised letter "H" and the letter "B" cut into the top surface in high relief, cut by Rudolf Koch or one of his students.
Joel Kovarsky papers (2011-2013; 0.25 cubic feet) consist of drafts from his book, "The True Geography of Our Country," the book proposal, e-mail correspondence with his editor, Mark Mones, and the Virginia Press.
Blue cloth scrapbook with initials KSF on the cover and a pink cloth scrapbook with the initials MEF (1906; 0.4 cubic feet) on the cover contain mages and cut-outs primarily consist of children and animals, the latter sometimes in anthropomorphized form.
The Laine family papers (1772-1961; 0.8 cubic feet) contains letters and documents about hiring enslaved people, other family correspondence, and financial and legal papers related to the Laine (sometimes Lane) family in Sussex County, Virginia. There is also a letter and information about the War of 1812. Also of interest is the correspondence and church programs for Amos Lloyd Laine who was a minister in Wakefield, Virginia.
Dabney Stewart Lancaster guest book, newspaper clippings, and loose pages, 0.06 cubic feet, 1930-1944.
Lunsford Lane letter, MSS 16376, 0.04 cubic feet, 1846 November 4, to Dr. James Batchelier in Marlboro, New Hampshire with regards to arranging a trip to New Hampshire to speak at an abolition meeting.