Jonathan Bryan Library Inventory
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Typed tissue carbon of the inventory of Jonathan Bryan's library as part of his estate. Includes titles and authors. Dated June 1, 1934. 20 pages.
- Creation: 1934
- Bryan, Jonathan, 1874-1934 (Person)
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Jonathan Bryan is the brother of newspaper publisher and William and Mary president John Stewart Bryan and son of Joseph and Isobel Lamont (Stewart) Bryan. He built the house, Rothesay, near Carytown in Richmond, Virginia. He was involved in many financial organizations in Richmond, Virginia. He was married to Mrs. Winifred (Duffy) Hayden.
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- Guide to the Jonathan Bryan Library Inventory
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English