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Papers, 1856-1907, of James F. Clarke, physician, of Mt. Solon, Va. Includes letters and accounts.
Papers, 1887-1900, of Pennsylvania sawmill worker S.H. Cleveland. The collection takes the form of 13 diaries and several deposit slips. The diaries chronicle the daily activities of S.H. Cleveland. Cleveland writes of work, his engagement and marriage, travels, and various other aspects of his life.
Papers, 1880-1886, of James P. Colfelt, merchant, Bartonsville, Frederick County, Va. The collection consists mainly of accounts.
Two receipts and one bankers note for Lawrence M. Colfelt (Rev. L.M. Colfelt), Philadelphia and Bedford, Pennsylvania. 1876, 1878 and 1884.
Includes printed and manuscript material written in Spanish and originating from Spain and Spanish-speaking countries in North America and South America. The collection is currently being processed and new items will be added on an ongoing basis. For this reason, the indicated date range is approximate at this point. This collection has multiple creators, which have not been indexed at this time.
This collection includes a variety of material formats and subjects from throughout the College's history.
This collection includes bylaws and constitution, minutes, financial records, clippings, correspondence, and other material related to the College Women's Club, a faculty organization at the College of William and Mary.
Documents relating to the silk industry in Connecticut. Includes account of silk produced in Mansfield, Connecticut during 1784-85 with a list of persons who made the silk, bounty issue to Lemuel Hotchkiss for growing mulberries and silk at New Haven, Connecticut in May 1787, and county receipts for new silk manufactured given to Solomon Barrows and Eleazer Wright in 1792.
Papers (including accounts, reports and a general order) of Doctor James Cornick, fleet surgeon (on board the "Savannah" in the Pacific Squadron, United States Navy, concerning medical stores.
Acc. 2010.281 contains administrative files from the office of the Director of the Counseling Center from 1994-2006. Included in the files are annual reports, statistics, and budget material. Acc. T2012.006 contains annual reports and various surveys.
Tax certificate from the treasury office of Louisville, Kentucky certifying that William Coursey, Collector, paid taxes for 1795. Signed by James Meriwether and dated July 5, 1797.
The records of the Covenant Players include clippings and newsletters, financial information, correspondence, and programs and flyers for various theater productions including The Belle of Amherst, God's Favorite, Godspell, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Saint Joan, The Shadow Box, and others.
Papers (including accounts and promissory notes) of George W. Crabill of Frederick County, Va. One receipt is signed by his brother, Jacob S[tover] Crabill.
Accounts of Crist & Blakemore, merchants of Sangersville, Augusta County, Va., with Baltimore, Md. wholesale merchants.
The collection contains letters, receipts, invoices, and account books of Thomas Croxton concerning his law practice at Tappahannock, Va. Includes accounts with J.M. Parr & Son, commission merchants of Baltimore, Md. who received grain from Croxton by ship and sold it on consignment.
Account book of Jacob S. Danner, a merchant in Frederick County, Virginia. Index at beginning of ledger.
Accounts of Jacob. S. Danner of Middletown, Va., and administrator's notice of the settlement of his estate, 1855-1880.
Papers, chiefly 1801-1868, of the Darby, Parramore and Higgins families of Accomack and Northampton counties, Va. Includes wills, epitaphs, letters, a list, n.d., of slaves, a certificate of dismissal, 1834, from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) and genealogical notes on the families.
Papers, 1806-1831, of Abraham Davenport, Braxton Davenport, and Thomas Davenport, Charles Town, W. Va. The collection consists of accounts.
Correspondence and accounts of Alexander Mathews Davis, lawyer of Grayson County, Va. Includes several Civil War letters.