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Box Small Collections Box 92


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List of servants at the Eastern Lunatic Asylum, 1864 August 1

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 92, Folder: 1
Identifier: id143149
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Manuscripts purchased in memory of Henry C. Hoar, a volunteer in the Manuscripts Department of Swem Library, College of William and Mary from 1966 to 1976. Includes letters, 1861, written to Jane Margaret (Winfree) Brown by Catherine Virginia Winfree concerning the coming of the Civil War and by Virginia A. Brown Winfree concerning the evacuation of Hampton which bears letter of C. V. Winfree concerning the vulnerability of the Peninsula; letters, 1861-1863, from Civil War soldiers such as...

Papers, 1824-1864

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 92, Folder: 1
Identifier: id4383
Scope and Contents 29 Oct. 1824. W.C. Rives, "Castle-Hill," [Albemarle Co., Va.], to "the Hon[ora]ble" Robert S. Garnett, L[l]oyds' [P.O.], Essex Co., Va. Declines the invitation to stay with him and Mrs. Garnett in Washington, D.C., because his wife has recently added a new son to "her" family; also comments that Washington, even under the most favorable conditions "affords but few pleasures for a lady" and that he [WCR] would deny his wife even a "peep at the 'great Babel'" because of the new baby;...

Verner Gaggin Letters

 Collection — Box: Small Collections Box 92, Folder: 1
Identifier: SC 01321
Scope and Contents

Contains letters written during World War I by Captain Verner Gaggin, a doctor who served at Camp Oglethorpe, Georgia, to his wife Nell in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Topics discussed include day-to-day hospital proceedings and the impact of the Influenza epidemic of 1918.