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Small collection of professional and personal documents (1983- 1995) related to the Menzies Lectureship at the Law School and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Grant on Law and Medicine.
Professional and private practice files (1957-1996) related to international issues: claims, human rights, nationalizations, refugees, Iran -U.S. Claims Tribunal, organ transplantation. Also Law School and case files.
Collection (1967-2014) of correspondence between Mr. Sokol, Hardy C. Dillard and Daniel J. Meador and of Mr. Sokol's student notes.
This collection contains research materials, working drafts and final reports mostly dealing with non-profit corporations.
The collection primarily contains correspondence of the Randolph family and Nicholas family. Several land title records are also present.
The Coventry Patmore letter to Trubner and Co. (1856; 0.03 cubic feet) was written during his time as printed book supernumary assistant at the British Museum, in regards to "The Espousals," book II of his poem, The Angel In the House.
The Agnes Panton scrapbook (1944-1945; 0.25 cubic feet) is a World War II scrapbook documenting a female marine's experiences. It contains memorabilia, invitations, greeting cards, and newspaper clippings. Also included are shoulder stripe patches for a male and female officer. Second Headquarters Battalion stationed in Washington D.C. area.
Variety of documents concerning the theory and practice of nursing education relative to the University Virginia School of Nursing from the late-1960s to the mid-1970s. Course syllabi; also materials concerning neurological and pediatric nursing. Audiovisual resources in nursing education in the same period. Some artifacts, including 1924 pamphlet urging support for the Sadie Heath Cabaniss Chair of Nursing at the University of Virginia.
(b. 1918) University of Virginia School of Nursing graduate, 1956. Namesake of endowed nursing scholarship. Photograph album, procedure manual, and keepsakes.
Notebook of University of Virginia student Robert Patterson.
The collection includes letters written to his parents in 1881 and 1882 while Dr. Barringer was traveling in Europe; a paper he wrote on death; a chapter in German from his memoir, "The Natural Bent;" other biographical material; and newspaper clippings regarding a proposed demolition of his home in 1983.
Henry Andrew Peckham letters from 1944-1946, 0.015 cubic feet, consist of transcripts of his letters to his parents during his service in the United States Navy.
Professionalization of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. Collection centers on the development of three certification examinations: 1) General Pediatric Nurse Exam, 2) Self-assessment Exam, 3) National Qualifying Exam. Materials include correspondence, planning and scheduling activities, statistical data, reports, and promotional activities.
Correspondence, programs, brochures, speeches and essays, photographs, publications, and reports documenting the Peer Advisor Program of the Office of African American Affairs (1989-2019; 1 cubic feet). Materials relate to the founding and activities of the Peer Advisor Program, including the program's leadership under Associate Dean of the Office of African-American Affairs Sylvia Terry.
The Pence ledger (1856-1859; 0.25 cubic feet) records work done by and payments made to Lewis Pence, a blacksmith in Edinburg, Virginia, from 1856-1859. Pence's clients include George Grandstaff, a local gunmaker and the owner of the Edinburg Mill. The Edinburg Mill was almost burned by Union troops during the Civil War in October of 1864, but locals extinguished the fire and the mill survives to this day as a museum and designated Virginia Historic Landmark.
William Garland Pendleton land warrants (Virginia), dated 1819 and 1823, consists of .03 cubic feet and includes four warrants issued to Benjamin Blackford, John Arthur, Joseph Arthur, Robert Miller, James Sterrett, John Bealer, John W. Grove, and Nimrod Johnson. The warrants were signed by Pendleton who was the Clerk of the Chancery Court in Richmond, and former Register of the Land Office.