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University of Virginia Student Organizations-Miscellaneous including pamphlet, "Bigot on the Board?"
[University of Virginia] students photographs, 1860-1870's, consists of 0.03 cubic feet, two possible students at the University, are individual pictures photographed by William Roads, who flourished during this time period.
Includes meeting minutes, printed emails, photos, letters, invitations, newspaper clippings, payment records, philanthropic works, event flyers, etc. relating to over three and a half decades (1979-2016) of the Women’s Club’s proceedings and events. The fourth 2015-2016 folder includes details about sexual assault and sexual assualt prevention within the University.
This collection contains a circular manuscript, single sheet - two pages, signed by John Mason, Commissioner General of Prisoners during the War of 1812, regarding returned American prisoners of war. The circular is written to to Joseph Whipple Esqr., Collector of the Customs, at Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Written from Washington D.C. on May 27, 1813.
Two first day covers commemorating the launching of the U.S.S. Virginia, DLGN-38, on December 14, 1974 at Newport News, Va. The ship was built by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. With the covers are two printed cards: one with an image of the ship (recto) and specifications (verso), and one printed with "Admiral Rickover has requested that this cachet be sent to you."
Two first day covers commemorating the christening and commissioning of the U.S.S. Virginia, SSN-774, the lead ship in the Virginia Class of submarines.
This collection of Vanna Bonta's papers consists of about one hundred items, one half-size document box, and .25 cubic feet, and contains articles about and by Vanna Bonta, certificates, letters from Pearl S. Buck, the Queen of Thailand, Barbara Bush, George W. H. Bush, Gerald Ford, Phyllis Diller, and George Burns. There are also programs, book signing advertisements,cartoons, illustrations, writings, and a DVD "What Goes Up".
Charles Scott Venable photograph, , carte-de-visite with photographers name and address on verso: A. F. Smith's Photographic Temple of Art, South side Main Street, Charlottesville, Virginia.
Three characteristic ground plans of an Art Déco "Love Garden," with symmetrically arranged flower and topiary beds. Mixed media of watercolor and gouache over pencil and black ink on glassine and wove paper. (1910) A densely planted border of trees surrounds the garden on three sides. The entrance is located at the bottom edge of the drawing and leads towards a mansion in the center.