This collection contains lantern slides and stereoviews collected by Kelvin Ramsey. The bulk of the lantern slides feature landscapes in Virginia, including Mount Vernon, Williamsburg, Yorktown, and Jamestown. There are also images of tobacco plants and of aspects of growing and treating tobacco. The stereoviews were distributed by various companies, including Melander and Brothers, Keystone and Company, Bell and Brother, and D.H. Anderson. The images cover various historic sites and monuments in Washington, D.C. and Virginia, such as Arlington National Cemetery, Harper's Ferry, the White House, the William & Mary, Jamestown, and Fort Monroe.
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Kelvin Wheeler Ramsey graduated from William & Mary in 1979.
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Processed by Special Collections Staff, August 2015