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This collection is a photograph of Lincoln's gun at Fort Monroe (undated) and is one folder (0.03 cubic feet).
The handwritten copy of extracts (1796; 0.15 cubic feet) from the "Lives of the most eminent English poets: with critical observations on their works" by Samuel Johnson, originally published in 1783. Copy was transcribed in 1796 and includes a table of contents and index.
(1913–2000) Materials from her career with the Washington, DC Department of Public Health. Issues concerning adolescent health and children with disabilities, both at the general program level and daily operations, including case reports [IRB required for a consultation]. Also two charting notebooks from 1937 and 1939 detail treatment regimes, medication, and remarks for identified patients [IRB also required].
These files contain principally memoranda and reports of the committee.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow letter (1853; 0.03 cubic feet) to his English friend Miss Emma.
(b. ca. 1930) University of Virginia School of Nursing graduate, 1951. Medical illustrations and other materials used by Albrecht as an instructor at Lansing Community College. Scrapbook items concerning the UVA School of Nursing.
(b. 1931) Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Specialist and licensed counselor. Papers document her education, and her professional roles as clinician, counselor, instructor, administrator, and consultant.
Betty White Loving chronicles her years as a teenager and student at Scottsville High School, and writes about events, names of people, and places she has visited.
Collection of photographs of North Grounds taken before the 1995 renovation.
Luke Family papers, MSS 14066, 1 cubic foot, contains family correspondence, financial, legal, and personal papers of a late Nineteenth century family from Berryville, Virginia. Topics include slavery, politics, farming, and the health of family and friends. There is also a brief mention of John Hopkins Hospital as well as World War I. There are a few items from other families including Frye, Zirkle, Geary, Rupp, and Harlow. They may have been friends or relatives of the Luke family.
"M. B. K." Civil War letter, and other family letters, 0.03 cubic feet. A sister writes to her brother, "Reynold" in the Confederate Army, near Yorktown, 1861, May 21 and June 25 , with a note from his mother, and another letter from a "fond sister" with detail about the fight in Virginia, including the "Company of Howitzers now at Manassas Gap" and mention of Colonel Francis Hennery Smith, (1812-1890) First Superintendent at Virginia Military Institute and his treatment of the cadets.
Scrapbook containing clippings, photographs, memorabilia, and ephemera related to University of Virginia Cavaliers football program and the University of Virginia from 1935 to 1937.
The Madison Friendship Lodge Grand United Order of Odd Fellows collection (1880-1937; 3 cubic feet) contains minute books, financial records, correspondence, event programs, proceedings, a cemetary plot, a framed faternal collar, a fraternal apron, and a flag. Loose manuscripts, meeting minutes, and notes make up the remainder of the collection.