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Account Books (a): Correspondence of Dr. Bray's Associates About the Negro School in Williamsburg, 1760-1773, 1939

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 2
Identifier: id307707

Scope and Contents

25 photostats of letters of Dr. Bray's Associates about subscriptions to the Negro School in Williamsburg, Virginia. Letters addressed to Robert Carter Nicholas, Rev. Dr. Dawson, William Hunter, and Rev. Dr. Josiah Johnson. Correspondents include Rev. Mr. Waring and others. Topics include subscriptions, rules to be observed by the owners of negroes and other matters. Includes Vol. 48 of the "Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society" article entitled "Thomas Bray's Associates and Their Work Among the Negroes" by Edgar Legare Pennington, dated 1939.


  • 1760-1773, 1939

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From the Collection: 201.00 Linear Feet


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