Box Small Collections Box 20
Contains 42 Results:
Letter, 1886 June 24, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, [New York, N. Y.] to John Gellatly [New York, N. Y.]. Concerning two works of art ["Badge" ?] and a terra cotta. 2 p. ; 25 cm. Letter, undated, Augustus Saint-Gaudens to Mrs. S. G. Ward. Comments on his work during a certain period and the portraits of "Mr. Ward, Miss Lee, the Butler boys, and my own boy."
Letter, 1867 May 24, William Selden, Washington, [D. C.] to John A[rmistead] Selden, n.p. 15 p. ; 32 cm. He reflects upon his life; hopes John Armistead Selden will do well in his new employment and abode; mentions trial of John H. Surratt; discusses members of the Selden family; states he does not expect civil liberty to be restored in Virginia; criticizes Andrew Johnson for failing to act against lawless measures; and deplores radical control of the government.
Deed from H.D. and Carrie D. Cole, his wife, to Lucy R. Brooks for property on the southeast corner of Scotland and Henry Streets, Williamsburg, Virginia. Lot is portion of what is known as the Armistead Homestead. March 10, 1913.
ALS of Robert Morrison, member of the College of William and Mary faculty, to Lemuel J. Bowden, 1 Dec. 1858, concerning payment of notes due in January and July when College faculty get paid. 1 p.
Typed copy of a speech on Williamsburg and the Restoration given to the Bruton Parish Men's Club during August, 1988.
Postcard from William Carlos Williams to William W. Seward, Jr, Forsythe, Georgia, saying, "As soon as I can find a photo of myself of recent date I'll fix it up for you." March 5, 1944.
Letter from William Waller, Williamsburg, [Virginia] to "Dear Sir" [Mr. Tazewell] about Tazewell's payment of a debt to Dr. Waller (father of William Waller) and on the Whigs who "have beaten us in the county election." He saw (Gaw Matt?) and "all were well with him on the river...depredation of moles, grasshoppers." April 29, 1848.
Minute book, 1920-21, of the Mollie Jones Circle of the King's Daughters, Gloucester County, Virginia.
ALS from Robert Barraud Taylor, to unnamed recipient regarding the case of Godwin vs Baxter involving the theft of a ship Venus and the effect of testimony on a jury. Dated October 5, 1810.
Letter from Claude A. Swanson, Chatham, Virginia to Charles A. Edwards, Washington, D.C., where he states that he cannot write the Richmond Times-Dispatch on Edwards' behalf because of his hostile relationship with them. November 13, 1911.