Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Contains pamphlets, calling cards, a map of the area surrounding Napanoch, New York, and miscellaneous documents including some of Thomas Putnam Chapman, Jr.’s schoolwork. Documents that may be letters but are incomplete or have no known recipient or creator are included.
Diary, 1855-1862, of a child in Norfolk, Va. (apparently dictated to or copied over by her mother) and of her mother. Concerns trips to North Carolina and New York City and to springs in Virginia and records the family's move to a plantation near Richmond, Texas. Includes reports of friends dying in Norfolk during the yellow fever epidemic of 1855 and records the mothers ill health (possibly tuberculosis).
An album belonging to Victoria Morris containing autographs and sentiments from African American patients at the Piedmont Sanatorium in 1931, a recovery center in Burkeville, VA for patients recovering from tuberculosis.