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Elizabeth Poarch papers

 Unprocessed — Multiple Containers
Identifier: ViU-2018-0028

Content Description

Papers, books, and ephemera from Liz Poarch's time working at important historical estates in southern Albemarle County including Albemarle House, Plain Dealing, Estouteville, and Edgemont. Significant homeowners (and consultants) include the Kluge family, Kuttner family, Richard Musgrave, and Phillip de Villegas. Poarch worked as a contractor in various capacities in these households in the 1980s and 1990s, particularly in household management and accounting.

Acquisition Type

Gift

Provenance

Gift of Elizabeth Poarch, 2 March 2018.

Restrictions Apply

Yes

Access Restrictions

In Box 6: STAFF: RESTRICTED FOLDER A paper entitled "Odyssey," written by Ms. Poarch regarding the conservation of a statue, is restricted for 20 years or until the death of Richard Salmon, the conservator, whichever comes first. This folder has been removed from the collection and is going to be boxed with other restricted material with other collections. Ms. Poarch requests this restriction since she promised Mr. Salmon that the paper would not become public.

Dates

  • 1986 - 1999

Creator

Extent

3 Cubic Feet (5 legal document boxes 1 half width legal document box)

Inventory

Box 1: Edgemont, Patrick/Arlette Monteirode de Barros, Box 2: Estouteville (Kuttner), Plain Dealing, video tapes, cassette tapes, Box 3: Kluge / Albemarle farm, Box 4: Kluge / Albemarle farm, Odyssey paper (RESTRICTED until 3/2/2038), miscellaneous material