Papers of Minor Wine Thomas, Sr.
Includes letters, 1952, concerning land that had belonged to Lorenzo F. Nesselrodt and Josephine Nesselrodt, rental agreement with R.B. Gilliam and sale of York County, Virginia farm to Ware Loves.
1920 agreement between Richard Houge of James City County, Virginia and L.F. Nesselrodt of Shenandoah County, Virginia for a 5,970 pound shoatee.
1926 Deed of Release between the Federal Land Bank of Baltimore and Lorenzo F. and Josephine Nesselrodt of James City County for 120 acres in James City County.
1927 letter from A.J. Hall of Norge, Virginia to M. W. Thomas of Radford, Virginia regarding a land survey.
1928 response to Dr. Minor Wise Thomas of the State Teachers College in Radford, Virginia from J.A.C. Chandler of William and Mary about any vacancies in the Department of Education.
Letters between Minor Wine Thomas and Channing Hall, AshtonDovel, J.A.C. Chandler of William and Mary and others about surveys of land in James City County and Williamsburg, Virginia.
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Gift via the Williamsburg Historic Records Association.
Acc. 1995.17, a gift of Ed Belvin, may have been merged with this accession.