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Yearbook, Board meeting minutes, newsletters, Winners recital program, Young musicians recital programs
The Otto Herman Weiss photographs (circa 1900-circa 1950; 0.4 cubic feet) document Virginian buildings, streetscapes, and landscapes in the early to middle twentieth century. The collection contains approximately 150 gelatin silver print photographs by Weiss. Subjects include extensive images of Norfolk, Fredricksburg, and Williamsburg, along with aerial photographs of Richmond, Norfolk, and Washington, D.C.
3 World War I diaries, each bound in leather or cloth with gilt decorative stamps and titles on front; 1 Army Song Book; 1 address book; 1 Aviation Pocket-Book by R. Boriase Matthews (1917); 9 other manuscript documents including pages of notes and drawings by Joseph F. Welsh, military form for R&R release, and receipts for paychecks (1920-21).
This collection contains the account book of George M. West, a book seller from Richmond, Virginia. The account book is handmade and is titled "Account Book Express 1853." Inside the book are ten loose signatures. Each page has an individual's name listed on the top line. Most of the book is blank. Also included is a printed advertisement for West's bookshop.
Public Health Nursing. Charlottesville public housing complex primary care nursing facility.
Fifteen leatherbound manuscript survey notebooks for lands in southwestern Virginia belonging to Confederate General Gabriel Colvin Wharton.There is also a Time Book of General Wharton's House kept by J. P. Thorn, dated October 1873 and five printed volumes relating to southwestern Virginia.
Ralph H. Whitacre World War II correspondence, 1944-1945, .08 cubic feet, to his family and includes letters from his friends and some military and insurance papers. Included is one issue of the Trailblazer Magazine Volume III, No. 4, April 5, 1945. PFC Whitaker mentions that he was right behind the front line at the capture of Saarbrucken.
The White Flint Farm records (1861-1969; 1.5 cubic feet) document the titular farm's business purchases and tobacco sales. Materials primarily consist of account ledgers and various receipts of purchase and sale, all primarily from the Danville area.
Prints of drawings by W. Dexter Whitehead, professor of physics and dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (1969-1989) and dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (1971-1972) (1962, 1985; 0.1 cubic feet). Drawing depict views on Grounds, including the Rotunda and Pavilions.
Eighteenth century will.