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Correspondence of Matthew Page Andrews, 1936-1937.

Author: Matthew Page Andrews; Harry Clemons; Henry E McWane; Lucille McWane Watson
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The correspondence discusses: Andrews' research for a book he was writing on general Virginia history; the teaching of Virginia history in high schools; and Thomas Jefferson's inventions, particularly a plow. Correspondents include Henry E. McWane, Lucille McWane Watson, and Harry Clemons. Also included is an article by Watson, The Colonel and His Lady Come Home, discussing Colonial Virginia portraiture.
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Genre/Form: Articles
Correspondence
Portraits
Named Person: John James Audubon; Thomas Jefferson; Anne Byrd Carter; Charles Carter
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Page Andrews; Harry Clemons; Henry E McWane; Lucille McWane Watson
OCLC Number: 30793636
Description: 18 items.

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The correspondence discusses: Andrews' research for a book he was writing on general Virginia history; the teaching of Virginia history in high schools; and Thomas Jefferson's inventions, particularly a plow. Correspondents include Henry E. McWane, Lucille McWane Watson, and Harry Clemons. Also included is an article by Watson, The Colonel and His Lady Come Home, discussing Colonial Virginia portraiture.

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