Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
Blue cloth scrapbook with initials KSF on the cover and a pink cloth scrapbook with the initials MEF (1906; 0.4 cubic feet) on the cover contain mages and cut-outs primarily consist of children and animals, the latter sometimes in anthropomorphized form.
Scrapbook containing clippings, photographs, memorabilia, and ephemera related to University of Virginia Cavaliers football program and the University of Virginia from 1935 to 1937.
Collection of some correspondence, diplomas, certificates, medal, photographs and other memorabilia that belonged to Arthur J. Morris, Class of 1901.
A binder: Mr. Middleditch's copy of the William Faulkner Foundation including articles, clippings, meeting notes, various forms.
The Sarah M. Middleton scrapbook (1914-1916; 0.25 cubic feet) documents Middleton's attendance at Martha Washington Seminary in Washington, DC. Scrapbook items include concert programs, playbills, personal letters, postcards, photographs of classmates, and newspaper clippings.
Collection of profesional papers and personal memorabilia (1933-2014). Includes speeches, reports, photographs, certificates, scrapbooks.
Norfolk Poet's Club Records (1912-1983; 2 cubic feet) include manuscripts of Josephine Johnson and Margaret Haley Carpenter; and correspondence of Mary Sinton Leitch, Josephine Johnson, Julia Johnson Davis, and William Stanley Braithwaite. There are also press releases, newspaper clippings, printed items, and scrapbooks about these poets and editors and their colleagues as well as their poetry and the creative writing process.
The ODYSSEY records (2000-2013; 2 cubic feet) consist of directories, meeting minutes, program planning, by-laws, member lists, news clippings, photographs, president's notebooks,folio scrapbooks, and miscellaneous printed materials.
Judicial papers (1979-2011) from Williams' chamber files. Chamber manuals, jury instructions, case files, correspondence, memoranda, digital files, opinions, calendars, scrapbooks.
The Agnes Panton scrapbook (1944-1945; 0.25 cubic feet) is a World War II scrapbook documenting a female marine's experiences. It contains memorabilia, invitations, greeting cards, and newspaper clippings. Also included are shoulder stripe patches for a male and female officer. Second Headquarters Battalion stationed in Washington D.C. area.
The Stella Pratt scrapbook (1883-1894; 0.4 cubic feet) contains correspondence, clippings, printed material, invitations, sketches, flowers, ribbons, photos, and a sketch of Stella herself. Pratt is from Longwood, Massachusetts, a neighborhood within Brookline.