Papers, mostly 1947-1959, of Lloyd Haynes Williams, photographer and journalist. The largest part of the collection is financial in nature. Includes newspaper clippings concerning Williams including an obituary and editorial at his death. Includes papers of Mrs. E. E. Goodrich. Also includes notes on sailing, shipbuilding, fishing, oystering and crab industries. There are many notes concerning piracy and a manuscript by Williams called "Blackbeard's Account."
Mss. 2007.66 Addition, circa 1939-1960, consists of musical programs given at Bruton Parish Church and the Governor's Palace, plus newspaper articles written by Lloyd H. Williams about the music programs in Williamsburg, Virginia. Filed at end of Accession 1998.21.
Mss. Acc. 2015.146: Contains photographs, ephemera, VHS videotapes and other material related to the Williams family of Williamsburg, Virginia, most notably Lloyd Haynes Williams and his daughter, Ruth Elizabeth Williams. Included in the collection are photographs of scenes in Colonial Williamsburg, including the Bruton Parish Church and the Governor's Palace; photographs of local organizations such as the Pulaski Club and the Rotary Club; pamphlets and booklets from Colonial Williamsburg and the city of Williamsburg; and VHS videotapes of family gatherings. The collection also contains speeches by Lloyd H. Williams for the radio from 1947-1950 and research material for his book, Shipwrecks in Virginia.
1917-2008 and undated
Majority of material found in 1947-1959
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