Papers, 1908-1944, of James Luther Kibler of Williamsburg, Va. Chiefly letters concerning his interest in Virginia history, the history of Williamsburg, Va. and in the Socialist Party. Correspondents include Elwood Street and Matthew Page Andrews.
Oversize box contains Framed image of Fairfax Harrison; Fairfax Harrison's horse prints and USGS Quadrangles maps(both deposited by Mrs Charles Baird); Scrapbook of Yorktown sesqui-centennial newspapers, October, 1931; rolled map of 1921 crop acreages, livestock census of Virginia
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J. Luther Kibler was a historian, an author, a newspaper correspondent, and served as secretary of the Socialist Party in Virginia. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .