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Ash Lawn-Highland Records

 Collection
Identifier: UA 189
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials relating to Ash Lawn Highland, the estate of President James Monroe.  The estate is now a house museum owned by the College of William and Mary. The collection consists of architectural and archaeological research regarding the historic home. The majority of the collection is reports, plans, sketches, and photographs relating to the Historic American Buildings Survey 's preservation of Ash Lawn Highland.  The collection also includes brochures, pamphlets, and...

Vice President for Business Affairs Records

 Collection
Identifier: 00/02/01/UA 63
Scope and Contents Acc. 1978.002 contains 6 boxes of files arranged alphabetically by subject. This accession includes material on the Society of Alumni, Athletic Association, Computer Center, various consultants and contractors, academic departments and schools, endowments, personnel, and tuition statistics. Acc. 1982.060 contains 27 boxes of files arranged alphabetically by subject. This accession includes material on the Society of Alumni, Athletic Association, college budget, the Board of...

Jay W. Johns, Jr. Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Mss. 74 J64
Scope and Contents The collection contains mostly personal and business correspondence of Jay Winston Johns, Jr., including papers of the Atlas Fuel Corporation of New York, New York and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Lee-Jackson Memorial, Inc.; the Virginia Trust for Historic Preservation; and "Ash Lawn," now owned by the College of William and Mary.The correspondence of Johns includes correspondence with Virginia Democratic Party figures such as Albertis S. Harrison, William M. Tuck, Mills Godwin, Harry...

James Monroe letter from Highland

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01654
Scope and Contents One page letter addressed to an unknown recipient by James Monroe. Contents concern his plans for travel, arrival date, and an indication that he will write again once he reaches his destination. The letter was written from his home at Highland, formerly Ash Lawn, near Charlottesville, Virginia.