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Papers of John Shelton Patton ca. 1900-1911.

Author: John S PattonEdwin Anderson AldermanWilliam F FoxJames Walter LanePaul G McIntireAll authors
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Letters, invoices, and other papers written during various phases of Patton's career as superintendent of Charlottesville schools, secretary to the University of Virginia Faculty Chairman, Librarian of the University of Virginia and in other positions.
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Named Person: John S Patton; Edwin Anderson Alderman; Bennett Wood Green; W A Lambeth; Thomas Jefferson; Paul G McIntire; Andrea Palladio; William Barton Rogers; George C Tyler
Material Type: Biography, Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John S Patton; Edwin Anderson Alderman; William F Fox; James Walter Lane; Paul G McIntire; P M Tyler
OCLC Number: 647965772
Description: 100 items.

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Letters, invoices, and other papers written during various phases of Patton's career as superintendent of Charlottesville schools, secretary to the University of Virginia Faculty Chairman, Librarian of the University of Virginia and in other positions.

Topics include Edwin Anderson Alderman, architecture, education in Charlottesville, Va., the Democratic Party in Virginia, Bennett Wood Green, Thomas Jefferson, William Alexander Lambeth's Thomas Jefferson as an architect (1913), Paul Goodloe McIntire, Andrea Palladio, William Barton Rogers, the Sons of Liberty, the Southern Guard, and the University of Virginia. Other persons named in the collection include William F. Fox , James Walter Lane and P. M. Tyler on his father George C.Tyler.

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