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The activity of Hope after the war is reflected in the correspondence included in Box 2. A duel which was averted only by the arrest of his challenger, 1873, his resignation as Editor of the Norfolk Virginianto start his own paper, The Landmarkand his appearance to read anniversary poems at the Yorktown Centennial are among the events which concern the correspondence. There is also much family correspondence, many letters including humorous sketches, doggerel, and full poems.
(Nannie was his daughter Anne Hope).
M. F. Maury, Office of Physical Survey, VMI, Lexington, Virginia, to James Barron Hope, Norfolk, Virginia, 26 January 1872
Certificate of Bachelor of Civil Law, awarded to James Barron Hope by the College and University of William and Mary, 4 July 1847
Certificates of James Barron Hope and two Scrapbooks collected by James Barron Hope and his daughter, Janey Barron Hope Marr.
Letter to the Editor of the Williamsburg Gazetteby Benjamin S. Ewell,College of William and Mary, 12 September 1885
Letter concerns address by W. S. Bogart to Georgia Historical Society on "The Four Randolphs of Virginia."
Agreement to build a new schooner in exchange for land in "little England" on the Hampton River.
Four letters, newspaper clippings, copies of periodicals and printed material collected by Janey Hope Marr, mainly concerned with her father, James Barron Hope.
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.