Found in 952 Collections and/or Records:
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.
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.
A letter from Biddle Boggs to Mrs. B. Miller discussing the American Civil War (1861-1865).
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.
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.
Papers, 1858-1864, of the Booth family and Cooke family. Includes letters from Elizabeth Gardner Booth, one to her mother, Eliza Booth, and one to her brother, Andrew Booth. Also includes genealogical material on the Booth and Cooke families of Gloucester County, Va.
This collection consists of a scrapbook from Margaret Horn Booth while she was a student at the William and Mary from 1940-1941. The scrapbook contains photographs, programs, clippings, correspondence, ticket stubs, and other materials concerning Booth's freshman year at the College. Scrapbook is 9" x 12" with a cork cover.
A February 1837 bond for the Boston and New York Coal Company with a note on the reverse stating that the mortgages on the property were foreclosed and the company was revived under the name "New York Mining Company" with Jonathan Stinges, 125 Front Street, New York as President. The note is dated February 21, 1849 and signed by C. Bolton.
Letter to Sam from Albert P. Bourland, professor at Southwestern Baptist University in Jackson, Tennessee, about the University, the classes and activities offered, the classes he is teaching, his personal studies, his teaching philosophy and his hope for the future of man. Mentions rumour that he'd said negative things about Sam's friend, Annie. January 18, 1885.
Letters concerning business written to George Bowen, merchant of Newport, R. I., including letters from James Fisher, Richmond, Va.; J.S. Bailey, Charleston, S. C.; and Jonathan Bowen.
Papers (mostly correspondence) of members of the Bowles family of Goochland County, Va. Includes correspondence of Matthew W. Webber of Shelby County, Tenn. with John L. Bowles and of William B. Webber as well as Civil War letters of Jesse R. Bowles (serving with the 55th Virginia Infantry Regiment near Petersburg), James V. Bowles (Chaffin's Farm, Henrico County, Va.) and John F. Bowles.