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Mary M. Russell Ladies friendship album, , Rockville, Maryland,0.03 cubic feet, in original red boards, gilt fauna design on front, and all edges gilt. Included are several engravings.
Charles A. Rutledge letters (1856-1865), 0.03 cubic feet, written while he was a student at Bel Air Academy in Maryland, the University of Virginia, and while he was serving in the Confederate Army.
MSS 16366, Charles B. J. F. de Saint-Memin portraits of St. George Tucker and Thomas Tudor Tucker which are described as two circular portraits: egraved portrait of Thomas Tudor Tucker, and a salted paper print [photograph?] of an engraved portrait of St. George Tucker.
Sale of slaves and land announcement, 1821 September 17, 0.03 cubic feet, announcing the sale of "5 or 6 likely slaves" and "162 acres at the head waters of the Hardware River, North Garden" by Nthaniel Garland, executor of the estate of Edward Garland. "Land and Negroes for sale."
The poetry manuscripts by Sally Calkins Wegner are for a class taught by Karl Shapiro at the University of California, while a visiting professor there, and most contain handwritten comments by Shapiro. Also present is a news clipping about Shapiro and his appearance for a reading at the University of Arizona, Tucson in 1966.
This collection consists of a scrapbook of Wenonah Lydia Saum documenting her time as a student at the University of Virginia in 1923. The album contains photographs, postcards, cafeteria tickets, napkins, plant matter, and many musical, dance, and theater programs from productions held at the University. Many of the photographs are captioned and include photographs of acquaintances and views of buildings and landscapes at the university and also from the surrounding area.
Kittie R. Schatz friendship album, 1880's, 0.03 cubic feet, is in original green boards, with gilt rule and title, all edges gilt, and blue silk endsheets. There are many choromolithographs affixed to the pages and most entries signed with "Mass." as the location.
This collection consists of the working files of the poet and publisher Morgan Schuldt. Included are drafts of his poetry that include Schuldt's annotations and edits and thirteen hard and soft bound journals that include Schuldt's writing as well as other poetry of interest to him. Also included are documents related to his time at University of Virginia and other institutions, chapbooks, and his work for CUE and CUE editions which Schuldt co-founded.
The collection consists of bound volumes, journals, daybooks, and notebooks belonging to John Scott, Richard Marshall Scott,Sr., Richard Marshall Scott,Jr., James L. Gunnell, and Dr. Francis M. Gunnell, and a photograph album belonging to Sarah Louise Rittenhouse. Other materials include printed articles about the Bush Hill plantation,a copy of a book, "The Battles of Aldie, Middleburg and Upperville," and genealogical charts, tables and notes.