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Box Small Collections Box 123

 Container

Contains 14 Results:

Flora Inez Smith Diaries, 1893

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 123, Folder: 1
Content Description From the Collection:

Four diaries written by Flora Inez Smith. Smith worked as a school teacher in Decatur County, Indiana. The diaries contain mentions of the weather, her job, daily life, and social activities. Early entries focus heavily on farm work that her brothers and father did during the day.

Content warning for derogatory language directed at Black individuals.

Dates: 1893

Flora Inez Smith Diaries, 1894

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 123, Folder: 2
Content Description From the Collection:

Four diaries written by Flora Inez Smith. Smith worked as a school teacher in Decatur County, Indiana. The diaries contain mentions of the weather, her job, daily life, and social activities. Early entries focus heavily on farm work that her brothers and father did during the day.

Content warning for derogatory language directed at Black individuals.

Dates: 1894

Flora Inez Smith Diaries, 1896

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 123, Folder: 3
Content Description From the Collection:

Four diaries written by Flora Inez Smith. Smith worked as a school teacher in Decatur County, Indiana. The diaries contain mentions of the weather, her job, daily life, and social activities. Early entries focus heavily on farm work that her brothers and father did during the day.

Content warning for derogatory language directed at Black individuals.

Dates: 1896

Flora Inez Smith Diaries, 1903

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 123, Folder: 4
Content Description From the Collection:

Four diaries written by Flora Inez Smith. Smith worked as a school teacher in Decatur County, Indiana. The diaries contain mentions of the weather, her job, daily life, and social activities. Early entries focus heavily on farm work that her brothers and father did during the day.

Content warning for derogatory language directed at Black individuals.

Dates: 1903

Letters, 1956-05-05 - 1956-07-08

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 123, Folder: 2
Content Description From the Collection:

Fifty-three letters with envelopes and a post card written by Lt. John Albert "Jack" Brooks to his parents while he was stationed in Korea. The letters are accompanied by a bound transcription, transcribed by Jeff Toalson, edited by Carol Brooks.

Dates: 1956-05-05 - 1956-07-08

Transcription, 2021

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 123, Folder: 1
Content Description From the Collection:

Fifty-three letters with envelopes and a post card written by Lt. John Albert "Jack" Brooks to his parents while he was stationed in Korea. The letters are accompanied by a bound transcription, transcribed by Jeff Toalson, edited by Carol Brooks.

Dates: 2021

Letters, 1956-07-14 - 1956-08-28

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 123, Folder: 3
Content Description From the Collection:

Fifty-three letters with envelopes and a post card written by Lt. John Albert "Jack" Brooks to his parents while he was stationed in Korea. The letters are accompanied by a bound transcription, transcribed by Jeff Toalson, edited by Carol Brooks.

Dates: 1956-07-14 - 1956-08-28

Letters, 1956-09-01 - 1956-10-02

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 123, Folder: 4
Content Description From the Collection:

Fifty-three letters with envelopes and a post card written by Lt. John Albert "Jack" Brooks to his parents while he was stationed in Korea. The letters are accompanied by a bound transcription, transcribed by Jeff Toalson, edited by Carol Brooks.

Dates: 1956-09-01 - 1956-10-02

Letters, 1956-10-04 - 1956-11-17

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 123, Folder: 5
Content Description From the Collection:

Fifty-three letters with envelopes and a post card written by Lt. John Albert "Jack" Brooks to his parents while he was stationed in Korea. The letters are accompanied by a bound transcription, transcribed by Jeff Toalson, edited by Carol Brooks.

Dates: 1956-10-04 - 1956-11-17

Letters, 1957-01-01 - 1957-04-27

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 123, Folder: 6
Content Description From the Collection:

Fifty-three letters with envelopes and a post card written by Lt. John Albert "Jack" Brooks to his parents while he was stationed in Korea. The letters are accompanied by a bound transcription, transcribed by Jeff Toalson, edited by Carol Brooks.

Dates: 1957-01-01 - 1957-04-27

Letters, 1957-11-21 - 1957-12-25

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 123, Folder: 7
Content Description From the Collection:

Fifty-three letters with envelopes and a post card written by Lt. John Albert "Jack" Brooks to his parents while he was stationed in Korea. The letters are accompanied by a bound transcription, transcribed by Jeff Toalson, edited by Carol Brooks.

Dates: 1957-11-21 - 1957-12-25

Diary 1918

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 123, Folder: 1
Content Description From the Collection:

Two diaries kept by Walter B. Anderson during the end of World War I. Anderson lived on Marshall Street in Richmond and attended Richmond College. He writes extensively about local and international current events, as well as student life and the military training he received.

Content warnings for derogatory language and racial statements.

Dates: 1918 - 1919

Diary 1919

 File — Box: Small Collections Box 123, Folder: 2
Content Description From the Collection:

Two diaries kept by Walter B. Anderson during the end of World War I. Anderson lived on Marshall Street in Richmond and attended Richmond College. He writes extensively about local and international current events, as well as student life and the military training he received.

Content warnings for derogatory language and racial statements.

Dates: 1918 - 1919

U.K.A. Rally poster

 Collection — Box: Small Collections Box 123
Identifier: SC 01754
Content Description 8.5" x11" paper poster with red lettering: "U.K.A. Rally Sun. Sept. 28, 1969 3. P.M. Williamsburg, VA. Take Hwy. 31 South To Hwy. 681 Turn Left Follow Red Arrows Communism Exposed. Come Hear The Truth - Several good Speakers WHITE PUBLIC INVITED." The left side of the poster is printed downward "KKKK." This poster was removed from a telephone pole at the intersection of Richmond Road and "whatever street was the cross street to the old shopping center" in Williamsburg, VA in 1969...
Dates: September 28, 1969