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Identifier: MSS -87-4
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSS 16430
Content Description James H. Law, Jr. papers (1920-1921; 0.2 cubic feet) include correspondence, notebooks, blueprints, and exams of alumnus James H. Law, Jr. (Architecture, 1925).
Collection — Box: BW 5, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 16080
Scope and Contents Mary Ann Magnoni Sabbath notebook, 1836, 0.03 cubic feet, presented to Mary Ann Magnoni by her Sabbath School teacher (Mr. Bumstead) at the First Baptist Church of Boston. She used the notebook like a diary to record home prayers, church worship, and Sunday school events in 1836 when she was approximately twenty-two years old. Also included are notes about several preachers and their teachings. She mentions Reverend Adlam, Reverend Dr. Sharp, Reverend William Collier, Reverend Mr. Harthone, and...
Scope and Contents The Papers of John C. McCoid contain 16 law student notebooks created by John C. McCoid II during his law study at Vanderbilt University between 1950 and 1953. Also included in this collection are two folders containing correspondence regarding the admission of women in 1968, and the recruitment of African American faculty members in 1972.
Identifier: MSS 9936
Scope and Contents Virginia Folklore Society records (1913-1967; 22.7 cubic feet) consist chiefly of songs collected by the society's fieldworkers in the 1930s under the direction of society archivist Arthur Kyle Davis. Sheet music, folklore, newsletters and photographs are also included, as are recordings of many of the songs.Regarding boxes 6-10 and 21-24: These boxes contain the correspondence of C.A. Smith and Arthur K. Davis dealing primarily with folksong and ballad collecting. Some of this...
Item — Box: 1
Identifier: MSS 16323
Scope and Content Note: This collection consists of three published books and one notebook. The Moral philosophy notebook and Standard Masonic Monitor have been digitized by the library.
- Subject: notebooks X