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Auguste Leroux original watercolors,.03 cubic feet, illustrating the Gold Bug by Edgar Allan Poe, executed by Leroux for his 1933 edition of Poe's Histoires Extraordinaires, published in Paris by Javal et Bordeaux.
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.
Draft of letter with annotations.
One undated letter sent to Mr. Gilmer by Mr. Glasgow, both from the Law Class of 1878.
Handwritten letterbook with information relative to the British Board of Trade.
Bound volume with handwritten outgoing correspondence of English solicitors James and G. T. Lambert.
The George Washington Lewis papers consists chiefly of correspondence to and from George Washington Lewis and between other family members, but also includes a few photographs of the Lewis family and the homes of "Claymont", "Shellfield" and "Marmion"; a plat of "Claymont"; newsclippings; notes on Lewis family history and genealogy; and a few financial and legal documents.
This collection is an addition to the Lawrence Lewis papers and contains one letter from Lawrence Lewis to Edward George Washington Butler dated 1837, June, 18, about family news and the whereabouts of George Strickler and the payment for Butler land.
Private Nathaniel Lewis letters to his brother-in-law Petter [sic?] Bailey and sister Jane Bailey, 0.03 cubic feet, about a skirmish at Hurricane Bridge, West Virginia in 1863 April 1. Mention of John Moore and General Albert G. Jenkins. Also included is a letter from Hannah Lewis to Jane Bailey.
Richard Lewis, a wealthy and influential land owner in Northern Virginia, left instructions in his will about his land and that four "Negro girls" be purchased and divided by lot among his daughters, 0.03 cubic feet, 1777.
This addition contains includes T-shirts, committee reports, proposals, surveys, petitions, clippings from various newspapers including The Cavalier Daily, brochures, a letter from Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida regarding the Unite the Right Rally in 2017, and a floppy disk documenting the work of the LGBTQ student center.
This collection primarily documents the history of the Libel Show at the University of Virginia School of Law. It includes the following materials dating from 1930 to the present: scripts, programs, video recordings, tickets, photographs, posters, and clippings.
In addition to these materials, collection RG-32-201 contains a membership book for the University of Virginia chapter of Phi Delta Phi (Minor Inn). The book dates from 1890 to 1957.
Includes photographs (including a CD) and programs.
General Court of Virginia license to practice law.