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Advertising receipt issued by the Richmond Examiner to the State Department, C.S.A.

 Collection — Box: BW 29, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 16523
Scope and Contents Advertising receipt acknowledging payment for inclusion of a printed version of President Jefferson Davis's December 23, 1862 proclamation ordering that "All commissioned officers in the command of said Benjamin F. Butler be declared not entitled to be considered as soldiers engaged in honourable warfare, but as common robbers and criminals deserving death." Partly printed receipt headed "Richmond Examiner," completed in manuscript and signed by Examiner manager R.F. Walker, Dec. 23, 1862,...
Dates: 1862, December 23

Boltonville Free Press

 Collection — Box: BW 22, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS-16466
Content Description This collection contains a handwritten amateur newspaper containing 9 pages of text, by Emma Tucker and Jennie LeRoux of Boltonville, Vermont. Bound with a screw plus two red ribbons and penned on lined paper. An original photograph of the town is pasted to the first page, along with several newspaper clippings. Much of the paper consists of verses and blurbs relating to people at the girls' school. There is also an article on the meeting of the Vermont legislature, and an "advertisements"...
Dates: 1913

"Unite the Right" Rally and Community Response collection

 File
Identifier: MSS 16386
Scope and Contents This collection documents the events of August 11 and 12, 2017 that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the circumstances surrounding them. It also documents the responses to those events from communities in and outside the city of Charlottesville. The contents of this collection include analog and born digital materials. Some materials were donated, and others physically collected by library staff and Charlottesville residents. A significant portion of the...
Dates: Majority of material found within 2017-01-03 - 2018

Versailles Union newspaper

 Collection — Box: BW 29, Folder: 1 [X032669078]
Identifier: MSS 16502
Content Description Handwritten amateur newspaper containing fourteen pages of text bound at the top, written on lined paper created in Versailles, Ohio. Several boys signed their names to the articles, including two members of the Schman family. The first two articles are on western trips -- one to the Indiana/Ohio border and the other to Iowa. Also included are poetry and editorials.
Dates: 1873-04-04