This collection is composed of an account book, 1872-1873, kept by Leonard Henley, Jr. a druggist in Williamsburg, Virginia. The account book includes names of residents who had accounts. Henley's store sold other merchandise as well as medicine. 160 p. ; 35 cm. x 21 cm.
Leonard Henley artifacts. Civil War artifacts of Dr. Leonard Henley, of Williamsburg, including candle, shoulder strap, $5 Confederate bill, minie ball, Tredegar Iron Works nail and account for clothes. 6 items.
All items have been transferred to the Artifact Collection.
Notes on Dr. Henley by Will Molineux and Susan Godson remain in the file.
Both items filed together under Acc. 2002.59.
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2002.59 Purchase. Lilia Swem. 2005.19, 3/12/2005 Gift of Mrs. Charles Hunter via the Williamsburg Historic Records Association.