Contains 29 Results:
Scope and Contents History and architecture of the Wythe House. Correspondence, plans, and financing by Reverend W.A.R. Goodwin regarding the house restoration.
W.A.R. Goodwin correspondence with W.J. Mahoney re marble and with Binge & Sons re wallpaper. Also, letter to W.A.R Goodwin from his daughter Evelyn Farr re: paint and wallpaper (1926).
W.A.R. Goodwin correspondence re Mary Winder Garrett Auditorium. Her Bible Class roll book, c. 1904-11.
W.A.R. Goodwin correspondence with Miller Manufacturing Co. concerning interior woodwork for house decoration.
W.A.R. Goodwin correspondence with regard to lighting, especially with Max Blitzer of Lightolier Corp.
W.A.R. Goodwin correspondence re inside and outside upkeep (cleaning, planting, esp. box bushes, putting in flagstone, etc.).
W.A.R. Goodwin correspondence re photographs and etchings. Also articles and newspaper clippings about the house and other Williamsburg sites.
W.A.R. Goodwin correspondence with Huldah Staples Daniels of New York, the Richmond firm of H.J Grace re interior decoration, and J.F. Gutierrez re woodwork.
W.A.R. Goodwin correspondence with Charles O. Cornelius of the Metropolitan Museum re restoring the house.
Scope and Contents W.A.R. Goodwin correspondence with American Church Building Fund Commission, especially with Reverend Charles Pardee concerning loan application for restoration project.
Scope and Contents Notes from First National Bank. Correspondence of Reverend W.A.R Goodwin with Kenneth Chorley, V.M. Geddy, and Charles Heydt (representing Mr. Rockefeller). Letter of authorizatiuon to Bruton from the American Church Building Fund Comission re exhchange of property.
Scope and Contents Correspondence of Reverend W.A.R. Goodwin with Wm.G. Perry, Kenneth Chorley and Bishop A.C. Thomson of the Diocese of Southern Virginia.
Financial Statements 1926-1927. Resolutions of Trustees 1930, Budget 1930. Channing M. Hall correspondence re will of Miss Willie W. Vest, 1933. Informal meeting of vestry, 1933 (memorandum). Abstract of title and summary of financing of Wythe House acquisition and restoration, 1934. Statement of Restoration Fund, 1937.
W.A.R. Goodwin correspondence with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy re their sponsorship of the Marshall Room, 1926-28. Inquiry from Mr. Hardy re disposition of room, 1940.
Biographical materials on G. Wythe including Taliaferro and Wythe wills and genealogy. Correspondence (some from W.A.R. Goodwin, 1. - F.H. Craighill) 1925-1948, and Colonial Dames Plaque, 1956 Copies of speeches, newspaper clippings. Julia Armistead silhouette of G.W.
Correspondence with: Judge Oscar L. Shewmake. Judge Robert F. Thompson W. Edwin Hemphill. Two prints of paintings by H.A. Ogden presented to the George Whythe House, 1931.