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Box 14


Contains 4 Results:

Research, R - S, 1991, 1997, undated

 File — Box: 14, Folder: 1
Identifier: id262030
Scope and Contents

Scope and Contents "Religious Philanthropy and Colonial Slavery, ....Dr. Bray" edited by John C. Van Horne (undated); "Robert Durant Collection" by Dan Hodapp (Honors Thesis, 2003); "Roderick Firth:  His Life and Work" by John Rawls (Philsophy and Phenomenological Research, March 1991); Parke Rouse obituary (1997) and "Save the Historic Powder Horn" by Rev. W.A.R. Goodwin, D.D. (National Republic, undated).

Dates: 1991, 1997, undated

Research, T - V, 1906-1991, undated

 File — Box: 14, Folder: 2
Identifier: id262037
Scope and Contents Scope and Contents "Tazewell Hall: a Report on Its Eighteenth-Century Appearance" by S.P. Moorehead (Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, XIV, 1, 4 pages); "This War and Williamsburg" by Donald P. Bean (Publisher's Weekly, August 22, 1942, 2 pages); "Alfred Wordsworth Thompson, 1840-1896" (American Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Volume II, A Catalogue of Works by Artists born between 1816 and 1845" by Natalie Spassky (undated, 4 pages); "Three Philanthropic...
Dates: 1906-1991, undated

Research, W - Z, 1881-2003, undated

 File — Box: 14, Folder: 3
Identifier: id262040
Scope and Contents Scope and Contents "Wednesday Lunch Group, A Brief History" By Wayne Kernodle (October 2003, 4 pages); Williamsburg Historic Records Association description (Swem Library website, 1999); William and Mary Society of the Alumni pamphlet (undated); "Herein is set forth a true and accurate account of the history of the heroic Indian fighter or Spottswood 1713 - a most distinquished member of the College Community" (undated); William and Mary Special Faculty Minutes, September 17, 1951, stating...
Dates: 1881-2003, undated

Album and CD's, 1940-2011

 File — Box: 14, Folder: 4
Identifier: id279722
Scope and Contents Scope and Contents A Colonial Williamsburg Album "The Williamsburg Quintet," a two album recording of a black vocal group who sang at the Williamsburg Inn every Sunday Evening, circa 1940's. Two CD's.  One CD labeled "Williamsburg Postcard Files" which is, per the donor, a "backup" with many images, scans and documents found or received over the years, including on eBay.  It also contains a complete record of all the Williamsburg postcards known to exist as of 2011 and notes if they appear...
Dates: 1940-2011