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Rebecca Fuller McGinness papers (1933-2000; 1 cubic foot) containing personal papers (photographs, genealogy, obituaries, war ration notebooks, church programs, and papers from the American Legion), and professional papers (newspaper clippings, and teacher grade books from the Jefferson School from the 1930's and 1950's].
The collection is arranged into two series: Personal papers and Professional papers.
This collection of a Robert B. McKim letter to his sister Emilie L. McKim, December 5, 1800, is 0.03 cubic feet, and describes the Charlottesville social scene, and mentions Dr. McGuffey, Schele De Vere, and his wife
Meadow Farm photographs of the farm and horsetrack where Secretariat was raised and trained, MSS 16006, 0.03 cubic feet
Collection of some correspondence, diplomas, certificates, medal, photographs and other memorabilia that belonged to Arthur J. Morris, Class of 1901.
Handwritten business records from an administrator in New York, 1841-1845.
Commemorative vial of soil (2019; 0.15 cubic feet) from the groundbreaking of the Memorial to Enslaved Laborers on Liberation and Freedom Day (3 March 2019).
A binder: Mr. Middleditch's copy of the William Faulkner Foundation including articles, clippings, meeting notes, various forms.
Leigh B. Middleditch, Jr. papers regarding the Citizens Committee for City County Cooperation (5 C's)
The Sarah M. Middleton scrapbook (1914-1916; 0.25 cubic feet) documents Middleton's attendance at Martha Washington Seminary in Washington, DC. Scrapbook items include concert programs, playbills, personal letters, postcards, photographs of classmates, and newspaper clippings.
Catalogs, charts, pamphlets and proposals relating to various institutes and centers of study in Virginia (1957-1988; 1.3 cubic feet).
Correspondence, proposals, initial governing documents, and other information from the Miller Center’s founding and first decades of existence (1966-2001; 0.8 cubic feet).
Miller Center Quarterly reports (1976-2003; 2 cubic feet) includes correspondence, memos, budgets, and reports relating to yearly expenditures, the Center’s goals as an institution, Governing Council meetings, and political events.
Ten documents are receipts in the settlement of Ewers vs. Ewers. Also two deeds and a drawing of a plot of land of Jos. M. Dillard to Taliaferro & Loving Co.
17th and 18th century English and American miscellaneous legal documents.