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Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 884 Collections and/or Records:

Bolton Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Mss. 39.2 B64
Scope and Contents 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.

Booth-Cooke Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00474
Scope and Contents 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.

Margaret Horn Booth Scrapbook

 Collection
Identifier: UA 5.064
Scope and Contents 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.

Borland Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Mss. 65 B66
Scope and Contents The Borland, Green, and Godwin families are related in the following manner. George Godwin, son of Jeremiah Godwin, married Fanny Green (whose mother was Mary (Giles) Green) in 1805. Dr. Thomas Wood Borland (d. 1830 or 1831), father of Roscius Cicero Borland, married Harriott Godwin, daughter of Jeremiah Godwin and Sarah (Wilkinson) Godwin. Family correspondence, chiefly 1830-1854, of Mary (Giles) Green and George Godwin of Nansemond County, Virginia; Roscius C. Borland of...

Boston and New York Coal Company Bond

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00194
Scope and Contents 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.

Boswell Collection

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01141
Scope and Contents Four letters written to Mr. or Mrs. Ballard Boswell: Henry Sydnor Harrison at Charleston, West Virginia to Mrs. Anne S. Boswell, Huntington, West Virginia declining her invitation to talk at the State Federation of Women's Club. June 13, 1913. W.W. Miller at Richmond, Virginia to Ballard E. Boswell at Huntington, West Virginia acknowledging his letter about the death of his Father. October 29, 1913. H[enry] S[ydnor] Harrison at Charleston, West Virginia to...

Botetourt Bibliographical Society Records

 Collection
Identifier: UA 71
Scope and Contents Series 1 contains correspondence, meeting minutes, newspaper notices, and programs for lectures and exhibits sponsored by the society. It also includes the copyright forms for their publications The Henley-Horrocks Inventory and Goronwy Owen's Virginia Adventure. Series 2 contains a 1979 fall program (in 1995-57-1); The Henley-Horrocks Inventory; The Story of the Royal Charter of the College of William and Mary by Frank B. Evans; Goronwy Owen's Virginia Adventure by John Gwilym...

Jonathan Boucher Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Mss. 93 B66
Scope and Contents Correspondence of Jonathan Boucher, Anglican clergyman of Virginia, Maryland, and England. He was a prominent loyalist during the American Revolution and later a prominent figure among conservatives in the Anglican church in England. His principle correspondents in this collection include John James, James Maury, Charles Daubeny, Sir Frederick Morton Eden, William Knox, and William Stevens. The principle subjects covered by this collection include Virginia social customs and...

Albert P. Bourland Letter

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00195
Scope and Contents 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.

George Bowen Papers

 Collection
Identifier: Mss. 39.2 B67
Scope and Contents 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.