Papers, 1938-1994, of Mary Elizabeth Maginnes White. Includes Colonial Williamsburg picture ID; bronze medal, 1983 for Summit of Industrialized Nations, 1983 letter thanking her for her efforts in making the Summit successful; photograph, ca 1944, of Mathew Whaley students, photographs, 1994 of 50th reunion of Mathew Whaley students; newspaper clipping, 1994, concerning reunion; invitation and graduation photograph, 1994; program 1994 junior-senior banquet; issue June 5,1944, of the Powder Horn; program, June 7,1994, of commencement, program,n.d., "Cinderalla in Flowerland"; Autumn 1983 issue of "Colonial Williamsburg Today" and a photograph of the Bruton Parish Church choir, ca 1940.
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Mary Elizabeth McGinnis White was a resident of Williamsburg, Virginia.
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Gift via the Williamsburg Historic Records Association.
The bronze medal, 1983 for Summit of Industrialized Nations was transferred to the artifact collection.
Matthew Whaley printed material was transferred to the Matthew Whaley Collection.
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