The Amherst County Glade Road petition contains information in regards to rerouting a road from wet to dry land. On one side of the petition, petitioners address the county court of Amherst while the other side includes an address from Wm Kent, Chas M. Wates, and B. P. Moniss, individuals who were appointed to review and report the proposed change.
Contemporary copy of Jeffery Amherst's appointment as His Majesty's Lieutenant and Governor General of the Colonial of Virginia. September 1759.
The collection includes correspondence, news clippings, and planning documents and drafts of the Amos Alonzo Stagg Society. The group was formed to prevent the proposed expansion of Cary Field Stadium (now known as Zable Stadium) and thereby bring the College of William and Mary into division 1 college football.
Ledgers, 1808-1821, of Amos Johnson, merchant, of Fauquier County, Va. Ledger "b", 1808, also contains loose papers, receipts, and letters, 1859- 1861, belonging to Richard N. Johnson.
Note: Richard N. Johnson Ledger.
Letter from B.E. Anderson to D. L. Delaplaine, at the M Hotel, regarding the R and C Plank Road. Date unclear, but probably February 23, 1870.
This collection contains the textbook Problems in Marketing used in Business 316, problems worked for the class, and various tickets and receipts including Treasurer's Office receipts, dining hall tickets, and Athletic Association tickets.
Circular letters, 1829, concerning subscriptions to publications of the Declaration of Independence in French and English to be published by Anderson, Sons & Co., Washington, D. C.; list of subscribers in Richmond, Norfolk, and Portsmouth, Va.; and a poem, "Archbishop Sharpe of York and the Highwayman" [concerning John Sharp.]
A.L.S. of Robert Anderson, Williamsburg, Virginia, to Collector of U.S. Customs, Savannah, Georgia, concerning the brig "Helen" formerly owned by Alexander Macaulay of Yorktown in 1798. Dated 20 December 1825. 2 pp.
A 2 page letter sent by Andrew P. Duggan from Fort Dodge Kansas, likely to Charles "Patty" Gill, describing an Indian ambush on Company H.
Account book, 1787-1837, of Andrew Reid, farmer and landowner of Rockbridge County, Virginia. The last several years of the book were kept by an unidentified individual. 124 p. : bound volume ; 46 cm.
The 20" x 14" green scrapbook includes photographs, postcards, and newspaper articles from M. Carl Andrews, Class of 1927.
Acc. 1980.119: This accession includes biographical material, silhouette, correspondence, deed of sale for one slave, and copies of the Virginia Almanac, edited by Andrews (1781-1796).
Acc. 1985.014: This accession contains photocopies (no originals) of genealogical material about Robert Andrews, his ancestors, and his descendants.
Minute book, 1948-1959 of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. Angel of Mt. Shavano Post 3820 (Salida, Col.). Recorded are minutes for 1948-1950, and membership and officers for 1947-1950.
Minutes are fairly detailed and give a good impression of the group's activities.
Consists of one autograph album used by Ann M. Lawton, a midwife from South Middleboro, Massachusetts, to record the names of the babies she helped deliver. Each entry includes the baby's name, parent's names, date of birth, the weight of the baby, the doctor's name, and the place where they were born. Most of the babies were delivered in either Massachusetts or Rhode Island. On the opposite side of the first twelve entries, there are two lines to the poem "Baby" by George Macdonald.
72 oversize, Spanish-language film and film festival posters from Cuba. Some are signed or initialed by the artist. Inventory of titles, dates, film directors, poster designers, and other notes included in box.
The collection includes Allisons Greek 303 class notes, her freshman Duc cap, a scrapbook she kept while an undergradate at William & Mary, and her gym shirt.
The scrapbook includes ephemera such as pins, tickets stubs, and programs, as well as the 1955 orientation program, a meal ticket, and her Rush schedule. Also included in the scrapbook are her student identification cards from all four years.
Autograph album of Anna Sherman. Cover is inscribed "Floral Album" and interior has cutouts of flowers pasted in. Contains brief entries from friends and family.
Collections of programs, pamphlets and other items from the Williamsburg, Virginia area. Biography and photograph of Comer Clarke Jackson, Manager of Casey's Department Store.
Papers of Anne Cary Wynne of Williamsburg, Virginia. Includes her high school year book "The Key," with drawings, photographs, jokes, anecdotes, class roles, etc., a play called "The Class Prophecy - 1927" featuring 3 witches, a president and the class of 1927 and her high school diploma.