The bulk of this collection (Acc. 1990.16) includes student papers and assignments (1967-1986) and anthropology class materials (1968-1986) from classes taught by Dr. Carol Ballingall at the College of William and Mary. There is also one folder of biographical information.
Photostat copy of the memorandum book, 1775-1820, of Alexander Balmaine, clergyman, of Christ Church, Winchester, Va. which contains lists of church members, baptisms, marriages, and deaths in Winchester and vicinity. It also includes scattered accounts and correspondence.
A proclamation and list of names who professed to subscribe and pay the shares they committed to the Baltimore and West Point Steam Packet Company, March 1, 1856. The resolution was based on a meeting of the board of the Baltimore and West Point Steam Packet Company in Gloucester Court House. The board chose to disapprove the actions of President, W. R. Smart related to his appeal to the district court based on their ruling on the case of the Steamer Gladiator.
Includes newspaper clippings, photographs of and correspondence with committee members and politicians, and a scrapbook, all concerning the activities of the Baltimore Woman's Committee in Maryland, also referred to as the Baltimore Women's Committee for Cuban Freedom.
Checkbook, 1803-1804, of an unidentified person in account with the Bank of Alexandria, Va.
Marriage license for Edmund Banks and Rebecca Edwards issued by the State of North Carolina, Halifax County to "any Minister...to celebrate the Rites of Matrimony," signed by Richard Eppes, July 31, 1819.
Indenture between Henry Banks, Richmond, Virginia (heir of John Banks) and Ichabod Burnet, late of Charleston, South Carolina with Nathaniel Greene of Charleston for land sold by John McQueen of Charleston for lots in Brunswick, Georgia. Signed by Henry Banks. Notarized by Archibald Blair, Notary Public in Richmond, Virginia and John Harvie, Mayor of Richmond. January 1786. Includes a paper seal and partial red wax seal.
Four separate letters directed to Catholic Priests in various localities in Cuba asking for the Baptism of children of enslaved individuals. One letter asks for Baptism from an emancipated man by the direction of Public Works for the state. Translations provided.