Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Betty White diaries
Climate Capsule journals
Twenty-seven "climate capsule" journals created as part of the 2019 Spring semester English course “Climate Fiction” taught by Professor Mary Kuhn (2019; 0.6 cubic feet). The journals consist of weekly observations and reflections from either specific routes or locations at the University of Virginia and Charlottesville, along with comments on cultural pieces regarding climate issues. The climate capsule journals are sealed until 2030.
Mary Helen Detmer journal
Mary Helen Detmer journal (0.04 cubic feet), 1996 May 23 - December 10, containing entries related to her garden and her life at the University of Virginia Pavilion I.
Frances Parkinson Keyes family papers
DeWitt Clinton Gallaher scrapbook and diary transcript
The DeWitt Clinton Gallaher scrapbook and diary transcript (1863-1925; 0.25 cubic feet) consists of a travel diary of New England and Europe (1869-1870), chronology of Civil War battles (October 1863- April 1865) and an album of newspaper clippings on general topics including the University of Virginia and Professor Basil Gildersleeve (1915-1925). The transcript of his travel diary contains vivid descriptions of his travels.
Hubard family papers
John G. Staysa Civil War Diary
John W. Peyton diaries and account books
William S. Kibler papers
Betty White Loving diaries
Betty White Loving chronicles her years as a teenager and student at Scottsville High School, and writes about events, names of people, and places she has visited.
Sir Fitzroy Maclean papers
Thomas Nelson Berkeley Noland papers
Papers of Garrard Glenn, 1901-1951
Small collection of professional correspondence, UVA Law School memorabilia and personal diaries.
Personal Papers of Richard J. DeMartino as History Consultant to the International Military Tribunal for the Far East
Interesting historical chronology related to the IMTFE. Includes many Japanese documents and photographs.
Addison H. Smith papers
The Homan W. Walsh Diaries
Thirty four agenda notebooks (1930-1963).