Contains 29 Results:
Scope and Contents Correspondence and plans by Reverend W.A.R. Goodwin regarding the Wythe House restoration. Correspondence and legal documents regarding the transfer of the property from Bruton Parish Church to Colonial Williamsburg, Inc.
W.A.R.G. correspondence with regard to Whythe House opening on May 16, 1927. Lists of invitees and two copies of invitation, also list of acknowledgements of gifts to house.
W.A.R. Goodwin correspondence with members of Brotherhood of St. Andrew from Richmond and Norfolk re gifts of suitcase and victrola.
Scope and Contents Correspondence of Reverend W.A.R. Goodwin with Clifford Walker of Herbert T. Walker & Son re metal commemorative plaques.
W.A.R. Goodwin correspondence with R.B. Dunwoody re presentation of copy of Gainsborough's portrait of Lord Cornwallis.
Correspondence with Colonial Dames re transfer of property and furnishings to Colonial Williamsburg.
Early Wythe House negotiations with Williamsburg Restoration, Inc. Includes letter to Kenneth Chorley reporting formation of Vestry committee (W.A.R. Goodwin, 4/15/35). Proposal of Williamsburg Restoration, Inc. to Church 11/6/35.
Correspondence between Dr. W.A.R. Goodwin and Channing M. Hall with Colonel Arthur Woods, Vernon M. Geddy, Kenneth Chorley and Vanderbilt Webb re terms of transfer of Wythe House property to Williamsburg Restoration, especially K. Chorley letters of March 2 and November 4, 1935, summarizing conditions.
W.A.R. Goodwin and Channing M. Hall correspondence with representatives of Williamsburg Restoration (Colonial Williamsburg) re the corporation's acquisition of the Wythe House.
Scope and Contents Preliminary negotiations between the Church and Colonial Williamsburg ("the Restoration") concerning purchase by the latter of the George Wythe House.
Correspondence of W.A.R. Goodwin with Kenneth Chorley, Judge Frank Armistead, William G. Perry re proposed Parish House, particularly re lot lines of church property.
W.A.R. Goodwin correspondence with Chapter III (Washington D.C.) of Colonial Dames of America. Also with Philadelphia and New York chapters.
Rockefeller letter outlining exchange of Wythe House for new rectory and parish house. Correspondence of Dr. Goodwin and C.M. Hall representing the church and Kenneth Chorley and V.M. Geddy representing Williamsburg Holding Corp.
Wythe House: Legal papers concerning the exchange of the house for a new parish house and restored rectory.
Vestry negotiations with Colonial Williamsburg re. Whythe House: Letter of C.M. Hall to Dr. D.W. Davis and J.A. Luttrell, June 12 1935. Letters of C.M. Hall to Kenneth Chorley, December 1935. Letter of Kenneth Chorley to C.M. Hall, January 8 1936. Copy of proposed contract, 1936
Preliminary plans for projected Parish House and Rectory. Correspondence with Kenneth Chorely of Williamsburg Restoration.
W.A.R Goodwin correspondence with Colonial Dames of America (Chapter III, D.C., Richmond, and Philadelphia).
Scope and Contents Copy of contract between church trustees and Colonial Williamsburg, June 23, 1937, and attached blue print for new parish house. Letters re furnishings from Reverend W.A.R. Goodwin and A.E. Kendrew, 1938. Copy of petition to Circuit Court by church trustees, undated.