Papers, 1872-2002, of the Person family including account book of both Charles Person and William Person, Sr. and other account books and diaries; papers having to do with family life in the city of Williamsburg, Virginia in the early-to-mid 1900s; pictures, mainly of the Person family, which also show the lifestyle of the early-to-mid 1900s; artifacts, including fans and a Williamsburg Laundry thermometer and a charcoal drawing of a residence.
Box 5 (oversize) also includes material from the addition 2006.44:
November 23, 1987 Commonwealth's Attorney certificate for William L. Person, Jr.
Photograph of "Emily getting out of Carriage" in front of the Governor's Palace and beside a tour bus, Peninsula Lines. undated.
High School graduation photograph in front of Matthew Whaley. Undated. (3 copies).
Photographs of two women together, a cannon in the Wren Yard and a basketball team of women, holding a ball, "Champions, 1818-19."
1872-2002 and undated
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Williamsburg, Virginia resident in the early to mid-twentieth century. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: .