Papers, 1884-1954, of Anne T. Chapman of Madison, Wisconsin and Williamsburg, Virginia. She was a civic and social leader in the community of Williamsburg who served as librarian of the Williamsburg Public Library from 1910-1942. Papers include correspondence, diaries, photographs, and newspaper clippings and concern Gamma Phi Beta, the Williamsburg Civic League, the Williamsburg Public Library, the Williamsburg Garden Club, Bruton Parish Church, and public health.
Additions (1995.21 and 1997.23) to the collection include photographs as well as two cookbooks which belonged to her. The first cookbook has manuscript recipes; the second is a twentieth-century multilithed cookbook done by a committee of Williamsburg women.
Panoramic photograph of William and Mary costumed participants in Colonial Pageant July 4, 1921.
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8.10 Linear Feet
Gift of 13 boxes of the estate of Anne T. Chapman during 1954-1955; Acc. 1995.21 gift of 4 items by Nancy Griesenauer on 05/08/1995; and Acc. 1997.23 gift of 2 items by Nancy Griesenauer on 05/08/1997.