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Five letters from William M. Rome to his wife, Said from Nashville, Tennessee. Rome has traveled from New York in order to find lucrative work in Nashville. He writes about missing his wife and the comforts of home.
Letter from William Russell, Middletown, to William Augustine Washington, Gaywood, near Fredericksburg, Virginia about Russell's offer to sell lands in Stafford County to General Lee and his friend.
Account book, 1836-1852, of William S. Miller, farmer, of Elkton, Rockingham County, Va.
Music and Poetry book dated September 16, 1817 with the signature of William Short.
A cartoon, 5" by 8", drawn by William J. Coulter to accompany an article about the Virginia law regarding car window decals. The cartoon depicts a William and Mary car decal. The news story is also included.
Letter copybook, 1883-1899, of William T. Leavell, Jr., Louisville, Ky. which includes both business and personal matters.
Translation of William Tell, a drama, by Frederick Schiller. Translator unknown.
Jan. 1944 postcard written by William W. Hanawalt to his wife in Allentown, Pa., while Hanawalt was stationed at Camp Peary, Va. The postcard states that "we are to get exceptionally good chow this week . . . this morning we had pork chops and for noon chow we had turkey and lots of it." The front of the postcard is of the football stadium at "William and Mary College" in Williamsburg, Va.
Manuscript volumes, circa 1874, of William W. Valentine who gave public readings from literary works. Includes scrapbooks of newspaper clippings concerning his performances and commonplace book containing excerpts from literary works.
Letter from William Waller, Williamsburg, [Virginia] to "Dear Sir" [Mr. Tazewell] about Tazewell's payment of a debt to Dr. Waller (father of William Waller) and on the Whigs who "have beaten us in the county election." He saw (Gaw Matt?) and "all were well with him on the river...depredation of moles, grasshoppers." April 29, 1848.
This collection contains two account books belonging to William Weeden dating from 1880 to 1900. Weeden was a resident of Williamsburg, Virginia and his ledgers include entries that feature the Williamsburg Baptist Church, Planters National Bank as well as William and Mary College. The ledgers are bound in cloth and feature ink writing on paper.
Letters and poetry of the American sculptor, essayist, and poet, William Wetmore Story. Includes an 1846 poem entitled, "Plea for Peace,"; an 1851 reply to a request for an autograph of his father, Justice Joseph Story (1779-1845); and an 1894 letter giving his opinion on a book and enclosing the clipping of his poem, "In the Rain."
Three letters written by William Wood Crump of Richmond to an unknown person. Each letter is specific to the purchase and breeding of horses.
Letters from William Woodville, Jr. of Baltimore, Maryland written to his wife 'Nan' (Ann C. Schley Woodville) during the Civil War while serving as an aide to Brig. General Harry T. Hays, CSA. His letters describe camp life and military maneuvers mostly in Virginia, including the Peninsular Campaign. A marriage license of Woodville to Schley dated 1855 is also included. The collection contains original letters and typescripts of original letters.
One ledger book of lists of members and attendance, with news clippings of events and member's obituaries. Records on the first tournament in Williamsburg, Virginia in 1987-88, material on other tournaments, assessment of group, notes, names and addresses of members and correspondence.
Sidney B. Smith was secretary from May 1, 1986. The name was changed from "Group" to "Club" in August 1993.
This collection consists of two scrapbooks measuring 8.75" x 11". They contain birth certificates of Williams' children and other family information, letters to and from Arthur Williams, especially concerning his employment, and newspaper clippings about Williams and his family.
Papers of Caroline Williams relating to research and professional publications of Cairo in Egypt. Includes rough drafts of prepared papers, research material, and publications of her work in various journals.
Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity certification in recognition of Williams' membership for 50 years.
Papers of John Alden Williams, William R. Kenan Professor of Humanities in the William and Mary Religious Studies Department. Williams specialized in Middle Eastern Civilization and Islamic Studies. Collection includes his curriculum vita, early papers, correspondence, course materials, lectures, talks, transcriptions of manuscripts, and research notes. Some of the material is written in arabic.