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Typescripts, circa 1951

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 90, Folder: 1

Scope and Contents

Typescripts likely produced in 1951.

Item 1: Poem on the death of Edmund Waller, "Doctor of Physick and a Senior Fellow of St. John's College Cambridge," and uncle of Benjamin Waller., 1745 Item 2: Henry Wood to Benjamin Waller in verse form., 25 December 1745/1746 Item 3: C. Cibber, Jr., to Bejamin Waller. Plans to stop in Williamsburg upon his return from Boston., 2 July 1746 Typescript includes 9 line verse. Item 4: Henry Wood to "Dear Brother Bard" [Benjamin Waller?], 25 December 1752 In verse form. Mentions William Stith and Joshua Fry. Item 5: Poem by Henry Wood entitled "A Tue Quoq Brute!" [to Benjamin Waller?]. Includes letter, 4 December 1753 Item 6: Henry Wood, Nelson Hill, to Benjamin Waller, c. 1754 Friendship with Waller, death of Joshua Fry, proposed visit to Williamsburg. Item 7: Henry Wood to [?]. Re: erecting a tomb over Joshua Fry, c. 1754 . Item 8: Verse by Henry Wood re: death of Joshua Fry., c. 1754 Item 9: Henry Wood to Benjamin Waller, undated Needs "proper Supas" for John Taliaferro, sheriff of King George and Strother Suttle, his overseer.


  • Creation: circa 1951

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