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Folder 1


Contains 9 Results:

Poem - "Dreamers"[by James Barron Hope], undated

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id174672
Scope and Contents From the File:

This collection of manuscript poems, addresses, one story, one sketch and a daguerreotype augment the material found in Series 3, Literary and Artistic Work of James Barron Hope.

Dates: undated

W. H. Taylor, Richmond, to Capt. [James Barron Hope], 24 January 1872

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id173061
Scope and Contents

Letter concerns a Bill which has passed the Senate, authorizing construction of the Norfolk & Southern Railway through Richmond.

Dates: 24 January 1872

Certificate that James Barron Hope has completed the course in Chemistry and History at William and Mary College, 4 July 1847.

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id174581
Scope and Contents

Signed by Rd. Saunders, Pres., B. Tucker, John Millington and Ch. Minnegerode.

Dates: 4 July 1847.

Poem read at Jamestown, Virginia, by James Barron Hope printed in the Baltimore Sun, [May 1857]

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id174648
Scope and Contents

Poem - "In May 1857, the two hundredth and fiftieth Anniversary at the settlement of Jamestown...."printed in the Baltimore Sunfor 1 June 1902.

Dates: [May 1857]

Letter to the donor, 1964-09-15T00:00:00.000

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id174697
Scope and Contents From the File:

These letters, notes and newspaper clippings which were presented by Miss Anne W. Marr, daughter of Mrs. Jane Hope Marr, throw additional light on the life and accomplishments of James Barron Hope.

Dates: 1964-09-15T00:00:00.000

Written from Warrenton, North Carolina, 2 June 1861

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id174754
Scope and Contents

Note endorsed, "Written by Jane Barron Hope (Mrs. Wilton Hope) mother of Jas. Barron Hope."

Dates: 2 June 1861

The Hampton News and Advertiser, August-September 1854

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: id175003
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Papers, chiefly 1847-1887, of James Barron Hope. Correspondence includes letters to his mother Jane A. Barron Hope while on a naval cruise to the Caribbean and letters to his wife, Annie Beverley Whiting Hope written during the Civil War. There are letters between Jane A. Barron Hope and her friend, Caroline Matilda Campbell. Prominent correspondents in the collection include Jubal A. Early, Benjamin S. Ewell, Hugh Blair Grigsby, Fitzhugh Lee, W. H. F. Lee, Thomas Nelson Page, John Tyler and...
Dates: August-September 1854