Mss. 71 K61 includes the records of the Kate Custis Circle of the King's Daughters of Williamsburg, Virginia: a printed history of the circle by Estelle H. Smith; minutes of the circle meetings; correspondence; newspaper clippings; photographs; minutes of state convention meetings; programs of state conventions; scrapbooks; and leaflet concerning Estelle H. Smith.
Mss. Acc. 2008.134 (Box 5) includes journal records from 1913-1933.
Mss. Acc. 2010.330 (Box 6) includes financial records for the years 1932-1940.
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Gifts between 1968 and 1982. Acc. 2008.134 given by Mrs. Vermillion as a gift via the Williamsburg Historic Records Association in December 2008. Acc. 2010.330 given by Hunter S. Vermillion as a gift via the Williamsburg Historic Records Association in April 2010.