The papers of S.F. Bill Royall, Jr. contain a variety of personal material and ephemera, much of it related to Williamsburg, Virginia. The collection includes samples of printing from Bill Royall's press relating to Williamsburg organizations and events such as tags, calendars, posters, programs, stickers, flyers, bulletins and other items.
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Arranged by accession.
Gifts from S.F. (Bill Royal) via the Williamsburg Historic Records Association from 1989-2000.
Transferred to Rare Books: Directory of the City of Williamsburg, James City County, and York County (Williamsburg, 1940), Cover for child's music school book, compliments of the First National Bank, Williamsburg. Wayne Fulton Gibb's copy. "Second Year Music, Hollis Dann Music Course" by Hollis Dann and published by the American Book Company. 1915 and "The Heart of Old Virginia," by Alice Maude Ewell,New York and Washington, Neale Publishing Company, 1907. Poetry book with allusions to local area.
Matthew Whaley yearbooks and other material related to the Williamsburg Reunion were transferred to the Williamsburg Reunion Collection.
Ephemera transferred to the the Williamsburg (Va) Postcard and Ephemera Collection: Xerox of broadside advertising cabinet manufacture of William Rouse of Smithfield, Virginia. April 1859. Printed at the Day Book Mammoth Press, Norfolk, Va. Location of original unknown. One original and two copies of Williamsburg Tourist Accommodation map, 1940. Approximately 25 pieces of Williamsburg publications printed by S.F. Royall, including pamphlets for Williamsburg Players, Twentieth-Century Gallery and Temple Beth El.
Processed by Ellen R. Strong in 2001.