Family papers and a collection of Williamsburg ephemera and memorabilia of Fay Parr. Includes family photograph albums, press photographs of Williamsburg residents and buildings, newspaper clippings of events and people in Williamsburg, Virginia and publications from Williamsburg and other places.
Papers, 1828-1886, of Samuel Paul, merchants of Mt. Solon, Va. and who served as Augusta County, Va. Sheriff, 1866-1869, and Treasurer, 1870-1882. Includes correspondence with merchants in Richmond and Staunton, Va., Baltimore, Md. and Philadelphia, Pa.; receipts; legal agreements; tax records; business and animal licenses; and instructions given to county officials from state officials. Collection also includes scrapbooks, [post 1850]-1886, kept by Araminta G. Paul and Blanche Paul.
World War II Scrapbook, 1941-1945, most likely compiled by Mrs. R. H. Payne of Remington, Virginia. Included are news clippings relating to the war, as well as a telegram, postcards and letters sent to her by her son Barksdale McClanahan Payne (1907-1985) from his military service in Europe, Barksdale Payne's military insignia and foreign paper money.
Papers, 1770-1931, of the Perrin family of Gloucester County, Va. Chiefly the diaries and writings of John Tayloe Perrin. Includes farm books, scrapbooks, accounts, wills, and articles by Perrin.
From the library of Charles Trotter Lassiter. Scrapbooks, circa 1804-1901, containing a series of articles entitled,"Petersburg in the Olden Time," by Moratock. One scrapbook has handwritten copies of numbers 1-5; and the other scrapbook has newspaper clippings of the entire series.
The collection includes one scrapbook containing newspaper clippings about the fraternity and its members, some correspondence, photographs of the fraternity house, and photographs of members, some of whom were in the movie "The Howards of Virginia." The collection also includes the certificate officially establishing the Tau Chapter at William & Mary.
Scrapbook of information about and pictures of Williamsburg, the College of William and Mary, and the Home Economics Department. The book also contains newspaper clippings about the society and its members.
Scrapbook, 1911-1923, of Thomas G. Pullen, Jr., Class of 1917, containing news clippings and photographs relating to the College.
Contains twelve scrapbooks created by the Queens Lake Garden Club (1954-2011) detailing events and publicity related to the club. Included in the scrapbooks are newsclippings, photographs, announcements of programs, minutes, and other material.
Scrapbook, circaa. 1900, of newspaper clippings, many undated, glorifying the Southern cause during the Civil War. Includes articles about Confederate dead, monuments and reminiscences of battle. May have been compiled by W. Bat Riddick who had served as a private in Company E, 25th Virginia Infantry, Confederate States Army.
The collection includes three scrapbooks Mary Mackey Sainsbury compiled during her years at the College of William and Mary. The scrapbooks include various material related to sororities and Greek life on campus, athletic tickets, postcards, news clippings, correspondence, photographs, and related material.
Scrapbook compiled by Priscilla Schumacher from 1941-1942 while a student at William & Mary. Schumacher attended from 1940-1944. The scrapbook covers are made of wood with "William and Mary" spelled out in woodblock letters. Subjects covered include athletics, social activities, and sorority life.
Scrapbook, circaa. 1873, of an unidentified person which contains newspaper clippings and manuscript notes pasted into an account book, 1814- 1821.
Scrapbook, ca. 1830-1872, kept by an unidentified person which contains newspaper clippings (1830 and 1872) concerning [Robert Matthew] Sully's portrait of Pocahontas, genealogy of the Randolph family, information on Dr. Thomas Robinson and copies of letters written by John Randolph of Roanoke.
Scrapbook, 1839, 1850, and 1855-1856, primarily from New York newspapers and relating to the presidential campaign of James Buchanan and to the anti-slavery movement in Kansas. The volume includes a few handwritten notes.