Business and family papers of the Bozarth family.
Scrapbook of Mary Hockaday Bozarth, Worthy Grand Matron of the Virginia Order of the Eastern Star with a list of Matrons and Patrons from 1941 to 1942 and certificates of membership for members of the Pocahontas Chapter 103 located in Williamsburg, Virginia from 1941. Other related items in the collection is a photograph of Eastern Star women on the way to Bermuda and the Proceedings of the Grand Chapter of Virginia Order of the Eastern Star for 1942.
Merchant application by Cedric Bozarth for license in the City of Williamsburg, Virginia in 1931, photographs of Cedric Bozarth with classmates at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, other documents concerning Cedric Bozarth, pamphlets on the Williamsburg Baptist Church, 1943-1945 ledger, 1959 ledger, Correspondence, bills and business records from 1961 and 1962 and a 1950-1952 ledger. 1921 High School diploma of Cedric. M. Bozarth.
Virginia Gazette Historical Supplement commemorating the first presentation of the "Common Glory" dated July 11-18, 1947.
Copy of exerpts from Peggy Nottingham's diary during a visit to Williamsburg in 1856. Original owned by Mrs. Floyd Bozarth.
Two invitations to the Williamsburg Wild Game Dinner and a newspaper clipping of Flora Bozarth as winner of the American Legion Beauty contest.
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The Bozarth Family were residents of Williamsburg, Virginia.
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Accession additions 1990.13 and 1999.12 are filed in the back of the box of Acc. 2003.13.
Gifts of Mrs. Floyd Bozarth via the Williamsburg Historic Records Association.
1985 Williamsburg City Directory transferred to the stacks or Rare Books and Williamsburg Reunion Booklets transferred to the Williamsburg Reunion Collection.
Williamsburg, Virginia 1957 telephone book transferred to the stacks or Rare Books.
"History of the Williamsburg Baptist Church, 1828-1978" filed in the Mss. 1.09 Williamsburg Historic Records Association (WHRA) Ephemera Collection.