Lady Nancy Astor Papers
Scope and Contents
18 Letters and notes, 1927-1956, from Nancy Astor, London, Taplow, and Plymouth, England, to Lilly Harrison Hill Smith Bradbury in Upperville, Virginia. Collection includes two photos of Nancy Astor, not originating with the correspondence. Lilly Harrison Hill Smith Bradbury and Nancy Astor were childhood friends.
- Creation: 1927-1956
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Gift through the Williamsburg Historic Records Association.
- Guide to the Lady Nancy Astor Papers
- Finding Aid Authors: Special Collections Staff.
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- The collection description/finding aid is written in English