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Some of the literary and artistic work of James Barron Hope is collected in this box.
Endorsed: "The property of Caroline Matilda Campbell, presented to her by her much-esteemed friend, the Author, James Barron Hope, Esq. of Hampton, Virginia"
Endorsed as before, plus "The Original of 'Leoni Di Monota' given to me by the author in January 1854, while in Baltimore to deliver a lecture before the Maryland Institute."
Endorsement letter concerns the ending, "G. M. C., 17th September, 1855."
W. H. F. Lee,White House, Fish Hail P.O., King William County, Virginia, to Col. J. Barron Hope, 15 May 1873
Certificate that James Barron Hope was the delegate from the 2nd District to the State Convention of the Democratic Party of Virginia, 31 May 1884
Scope and Contents Endorsed: "Papa's Editorial" and "Editorial of James Barron Hope."
This poem was probably the "Yorktown Ode"delivered by James Barron Hope on the 100th anniversary of the surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown, 19 October 1881.
Jane A. Hope, Hampton, Virginia, to Caroline M. Campbell, Baltimore, Maryland, January-November 1855
References to fear of the fever, to her son James, and to a visit from Captain Barron and his family.
Four letters, newspaper clippings, copies of periodicals and printed material collected by Janey Hope Marr, mainly concerned with her father, James Barron Hope.