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Papers, 1847-1885, of the Blankenbeker family of Madison County, Va. which includes Smith F. Blankenbeker, James C. Blankenbeker, John M. Blankenbeker and E. F. Blankenbeker. Contains references to the Civil War.
Ledgers; 1849-1869; kept in Madison County, Va. by blacksmith John M. Blankenbeker. Six ledgers:
1849-1850, 1851-1854, 1856-1858, 1859-1862, 1860-1863 and 1863-1869.
Ledgers, 1854-1862, kept in Robertson, Madison County, Va. by blacksmith Smith F. Blankenbeker.
This collection consists of an essay signed on the back of its last page "The Teacher's Opportunity. H. Blankenship. June 17, 1904. L.J. Essay."
Letters between William C. Bliss, a Marine stationed at Camp Pendleton, California, and his wife, Leslie Hill Bliss of Berkley, Michigan during the Vietnam War time period. Concerns their son, Bill, the Marine service of William C. Bliss and family life at home. Includes letter from Leslie Bliss’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hill, to William C. Bliss.
Diary, 1933, of Glenna Blosser of Indiana. Topics include Franklin D. Roosevelt's election and inauguration, the Long Beach Earthquake in March, and the crash of the Akron, a US navy airship. She also mentions topics such as birthdays, her Christmas presents, school, and family illnesses, among others.
This collection contains financial records, 1956-1958, 1966 and membership index cards of the Blue Star Mothers of America. The financial records trace various disbursements and include receipts and check stubs.
This collection contains the statement of purpose, constitution, minutes of meetings, and correspondence of the Board of Student Affairs at the College of William and Mary from 1968-1973.
Notebook, 1935, kept by Bobby Hoke, at Matthew Whaley School, Williamsburg, Va. entitled, "Essentials of English," which includes pictures and clippings to illustrate grammatical rules.
Two page letter addressed to his parents letting them know of his change in companies and barracks while attending the Citadel.
Letter from Thomas Stanhope Bocock,Georgetown, Washington, D.C. to Charles Lanman, Georgetown, Washington, D.C. with biographical information for inclusion in the Directory of the United States Congress. April 26, 1858.
The collection includes programs, leaflets, and other material of various Williamsburg events and organizations of the 20th century including the Williamsburg Festival, Heritage Inn, and others.
A letter from Biddle Boggs to Mrs. B. Miller discussing the American Civil War (1861-1865).
This collection contains over 100 scrapbooks of popular 20th century culture created by Gordon W. "Bo" Bohannan of Surry County, Virginia. Including in the scrapbooks are trading cards, album covers, posters, bottlecaps, and other material. Some of the topics found in the scrapbooks include consumer products, radio program logos, soft drinks, comic books, cigarette brands, television and sports stars, politicians, and automobile brands.
This collection contains playbills and posters from various theater productions that were collected by Gordon W. "Bo" Bohannan from all over the East Coast including New York, Williamsburg, Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to name a few.
A letter addressed to William Bolling, Bolling Hall, and "Drling" as the salutation is written as poetry with an almost illegible answer in pencil. The writer asks for work to be done, such as hauling wood and fixing fences. March 10, 1832.
Kept as guardian of Edward B. Newburn of Richmond, Va
Business letters of J. & C. Bolton Co. of New York, N.Y., importers and exporters of food stuffs. Includes correspondence of Dr. James Bolton; John Bolton; A.M. Bolton; Edward C. Bolton; and a letter copybook (incomplete) of John Bolton.
Bond between William Angell and Francis Angell for the performance of covenants. Names mentioned in the bond are William Montague, the elder and Richard Mar(?) of Suffolk. Witnesses are Nich. [illegible], Ben: Nedham and Jo. Floyd. June 21, 1687.