Williamsburg Tourist Letter
A letter written by a father to his daughter Helen. The three page document is written on College of William and Mary stationary labeled with the name of President J.A.C Chandler. Within the letter, the father explains his plans to travel to other sites such as Jamestown and Richmond, and describes the old parish church he visited while in Williamsburg.
- Creation: August 16th, 1919
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0.1 Linear Feet (One legal sized folder.)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Carrie L. Cooper, Dean of University Libraries.
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