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Collection of miscellaneous material relating to Virginia 1834-1931.

Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Legal notebook, 1873-74, of an unidentified U. Va. law students [112 p. holograph. 39. 1/2 leather bound] -- Letter, 1855 Sept. 12, London, William Sharp, to unidentified recipient enclosing 2 stanzas from Sanpriel's Song [2 l. holograph signed. 18 cm.] -- Photograph [n.d.] of Sharp? [1 item. 11 x 16 cm. b & w] -- Note, 1915 Jan. 15, Warm Springs, Va., Mary Johnston to Mrs. Wood, thanking her for favorable comments  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Photographs
Genealogy
Named Person: Terry Marston; William Sharp; Mary Johnston; M Harding; J Schoolfield, Rev.; Joseph N Schoolfield; John Howard Schoolfield; John Tyler; Andrew Jackson; John C Calhoun; Litton family.; William Sharp; William Sharp
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
OCLC Number: 647930941
Reproduction Notes: Typescript.
Description: 17 items.

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Legal notebook, 1873-74, of an unidentified U. Va. law students [112 p. holograph. 39. 1/2 leather bound] -- Letter, 1855 Sept. 12, London, William Sharp, to unidentified recipient enclosing 2 stanzas from Sanpriel's Song [2 l. holograph signed. 18 cm.] -- Photograph [n.d.] of Sharp? [1 item. 11 x 16 cm. b & w] -- Note, 1915 Jan. 15, Warm Springs, Va., Mary Johnston to Mrs. Wood, thanking her for favorable comments on Prisoners of hope [2 p. holograph signed. 10 cm.] -- Letter, 1855, Honeywood, Va., M. Harding to unidentified recipient encouraging the latter's attendance at an institute, and commenting on a Christmas party in Fluvanna Co., Va. [2 p. holograph signed. 25 cm.] -- Letter, 1834-39, Portsmouth, Va., Rev. J. Schoolfield to Joseph N. Schoolfield & John Howard Schoolfield commenting on an epidemic in Virginia, the success of a revival held for slaves, and a dinner honoring Sen. John Tyler at which Andrew Jackson's Force Bill was acclaimed & John Caldwell Calhoun ignored [3 items. holograph signed] -- Material, chiefly genealogical, 1894-[1941-43] on the Lytton familly of Virginia & North Carolina [17 items. holograph & reproduced from typescript] -- County poll book, 1921, for the Virginia gubernatorial election, from Rockfish, Nelson County [1 item. printed form completed by hand. 35 cm.].

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