SELECTED ACCESSIONS: Manuscripts
Papers, 1772-1870, collected by Margaret Fay (Fields) Milroy (of Blackstone, Va.) including documents concerning members of the Byrd, Harrison, Jefferson, and Randolph families and the cargo ship Prince of Wales. Also, includes letters written to Nicholas Kinney Trout (lawyer, of Staunton, Va.). 22 items. Gift of Margaret Fay Fields Milroy.
Lease, I January 1773, of the Trustees of the Nottoway Nation to Enos James to 118 acres, a part of the reserved lands of the Nottoway Indians in Southampton County, Va. I p. handwritten. 15 x 18 1/2 in. Gift of Charles E. and Jeannine C. Kriegel and family.
Papers, 1830-1938, of the Johnston family (of Richmond, Va.) and the Rutherfoord family (of Goochland County, Va.) concerning Ann Roy (Johnston) Handy, Doctor George Ben Johnston, Joseph Eggleston Johnston, Ann (Seddon) Roy, Ann Seddon (Roy) Rutherfoord, Emily Ann (Coles) Rutherfoord, John Rutherfoord, and John Coles Rutherfoord. 234 items. Gift of Helen Handy Kelly.
Commonplace book, 1841-58, of Latinus lrvin Rose kept as a student at the College of William and Mary in Williarnsburg, Va., concerning economic lectures of Professor Thomas Roderick Dew. Also, includes accounts kept in Mecklenburg County, Va., and lines of verse. Bound volume, holograph. Gift of Mrs. Durwood Armstrong.
Account book, 1857-67, of Doctor Latinus lrvin Rose (of Rosemont, Lacrosse, Mecklen- burg County, Va.).  1., 198 pp. holograph. Bound volume. Gift of John P. and Rubinette Miller Nieman and Mrs. Kevin Starkey.
Papers, 1860-1911, of Thomas Davis Ranson (of Staunton, Va.) compiled for a projected biography of his uncle, John Brown Baldwin of Staunton, lawyer, legislator, military officer, member of the Confederate Congress, and postwar speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates. Includes correspondence, printed speeches, newspaper clippings, and related materials. 43 items. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Hierome L. Opie, Jr.
Letter, 25 September 1861, Richmond, Va., of Jefferson Davis to John Letcher, governor of Virginia concerning sending Virginia infantry companies into the field without regimental assignments, and the commissioning of field officers of the Confederate States Army. 2 pp. on 1 1. holograph signed, 9x51/2 in. Purchased from Sotheby's, New York, with funds from the Taubman Foundation, through the courtesy of Nicholas F. Taubman.
Letter, 15 June 1863, Cavalry Div., Army of Northern Virginia, of J. E. B. Stuart to an unidentified addressee concerning newspaper criticism in Richmond, Va., of Stuart and his troops at the battle of Brandy Station, Va. 3 pp. on 21. holograph, 8x5 in. Signature wanting. Purchased from Sotheby's, New York, with funds from the Taubman Foun- dation, through the courtesy of Nicholas F. Taubman.
Records, 1892-1993, of the Virginia Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. 46 volumes of applications and 2 volumes of indices. Gift of the Virginia Society of the Sons of the American Revolution through the courtesy of David Harpole.
Papers, 1906-92, of Mary Ross (Scott) Reed of Richmond and Sabot Hill (Goochland County, Va.) concerning her childhood, education, family and social life, historic preservation work, and the death of her husband, William T. Reed, Jr. Includes photographs, scrapbooks, awards, letters of condolence, and related materials, ca. 1,030 items. Gift of the estates of William T. Reed, Jr., and Mary Ross Scott Reed through the courtesy of Elisabeth Reed Carter.
Account book, 1917-18, of the Beaufont Co., Inc., Richmond, Va„ concerning the sale of bottled water. 152 pp. handwritten. Bound volume. Gift of Briscoe B. Guy.
Commonplace books, ca. 1930-34, of Elizabeth Gray (Valentine) Thomas Huntley kept in Richmond, Va. 3 vols. Gift of Frank M. Galleher III, Katherine M. Galleher, M. Huntley Galleher, and Wayne B. Galleher.
Papers, 1941, of the Topknot Nursery School, Richmond, Va., including a newspaper article and photographs concerning students. 3 items. Gift of Sally L. D. Todd.
Papers, 1786-89 and 1931-32, compiled by Mary Frances Goodwin (of Williarnsburg, Va.) concerning the Episcopal Church in Virginia. 3 items. Gift of Mrs. Albert N. Jones.
Letterbooks, 1811-18, of Philip Edward Tabb (of Gloucester County, Va.) kept as a ship captain and commission merchant selling Virginia cargoes in England, Italy, Portugal, and Spain. 2 vols. holograph. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Brockway.
Papers, ca. 1859-1956, of the McGuire family (of Fredericksburg and Richmond, Va.) including papers of Judith Carter (Lewis) McGuire, Mariette Heber (Alexander) McGuire, William McGuire, Bessie Carter Randolph, Sarah Blair (McGuire) Randolph, and Betty Carter (McGuire) Smoot. 133 items. Purchase.
Account books, 1853-1918, kept by unidentified merchants in Clarksville, Va. 4 items. Gift of Margaret Reid Watkins.
Photograph album, ca. 1855-60, of the Richmond Light Infantry Blues, Richmond, Va., consisting of images of officers and members. 52 leaves, 9x7 in. Bound volume. Gift of Charles P. Bigger.
Muster roll book, 1859-66, of the Richmond Light Infantry Blues, Richmond, Va. 244 pp. Handwritten, 7x5 1/4 in. Bound volume.
Papers, 1861-64, of James B. Wiggins including correspondence while serving in Ohio infantry regiments of the United States Army in Maryland, Ohio, and western Virginia (now West Virginia). 27 items. Photocopies and typescripts. Gift of Arthur B. Wiggins.
Sermons, 1869-74 and 1878-82, preached by Alexander Watson Weddell as an Episcopal ministerial student at the Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, Va., and as rector of Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Harrisonburg, and St. John's Episcopal Church, Richmond, Va. 7 vols. Bequest of Alexander Wilbourne Weddell.
Papers, 1870-1908, of Thaddeus Constantine Montague (of Fredericksburg and Stafford County, Va.) compiled as a physician and pharmacist. 21 items. Gift of Mrs. Albert N. Jones.
Records, 1871-1919, of the Longdale Iron Company of Alleghany County, Va., primarily concerning land conveyances involving the Lucy Selina Furnace and other tracts in Alleghany County and including a lease (copy) to the Low Moor Iron Company of Virginia. 7 items. Gift of Mrs. A. Wade Lamb.
Sermons, 1875-78, of Alexander Watson Weddell preached as rector of Emmanual Episcopal Church, Harrisonburg and St. John's Episcopal Church, Richmond, Va. I vol. and 5 enclosures. Bequest of Penelope Weddell (Anderson) McBride.
Autograph album, 1886-1900, of Micajah Henry dark kept in Clarksville, Tenn. 152 pp. Bound volume. Includes autographs and sketch of Jefferson Davis. Gift of Christopher B. Cox.
Accounts, 1914, of the Rennie Co., Clarksville, Va., concerning milling purchases from merchants in Baltimore, Md., New York, N.Y., and Richmond, Va. 26 items. Gift of Margaret Reid Watkins.
Papers, 1928-45, of John W. Blanks (merchant of Clarksville, Va.) including correspon- dence, accounts, and account books. 19 items. Gift of Margaret Reid Watkins.
Papers, 1754-1843, of the Boiling family (of Buckingham County, Va.) concerning Linnaeus Boiling, Powhatan Boiling, Robert Boiling, Thomas Boiling, and Robert Thruston Hubard. 51 items. Gift of Forrest Guthrie III.
Memoirs, 1784-1849, of Thomas Rutherfoord concerning his emigration from Ireland to Richmond, Va., the establishment of his mercantile, milling, and tobacco enterprises, and family affairs. 210 pp. holograph. Bound volume. Gift of Helen Handy Kelly.
Letter, 3 November 1788, Warrington, Eng., of Thomas Vasey to Capt. Abraham Shepherd, Shepherd's Town, Va. (now W. Va.). 3 pp. holograph signed. 12 1/2 x 8 in. Concerns Vasey's visit with the bishop of London, his description of shipping on the Thames River, and his role as rector of Norbourne Parish, Berkeley County, Va. (now W. Va.). Gift of Mrs. Charlotte W. Wells in memory of Winston Mansfield Dudley.
Papers, 1794-1927, of the Ellis family (of Norfolk and Richmond, Va.) concerning Euphania Claiborne (Taylor) Harrison Ellis and Beverley Randolph Harrison (of Amherst Court House, Va.). 205 items. Gift of George Frederick Pace.
Papers, 1800-42, of the Quarles family (of Bedford County, Va.). 41 items. Gift of Mrs. C. B. Robertson, Jr.
Papers, 1801-30, of John Randolph of Roanoke consisting primarily of letters written to his niece Elizabeth Tucker (Coalter) Bryan concerning education, courtship, family life, and his own physical health. 33 items. Gift of Dr. Elizabeth R. Carmichael in memory of her father, Coalter Bryan Carmichael.
Papers, 1806-94, of the Judd family (of Charlotte County, Va.). 93 items. Gift of Mrs. C. B. Robertson, Jr.
Papers, 1845-1953, of the Stanard family (of Manchester and Richmond, Va.) primarily consisting of letters, notes, certificates, and miscellany of Martha Virginia (Cowan) Stanard Wooldridge, Robert Conway Stanard, William Glover Stanard, and other family members. 21 items. Gift of Forbes Maner.
Papers, 1861-1951, of the Robertson family (of Charlotte County, Va.). 34 items. Gift of Mrs. C. B. Robertson, Jr.
Papers, 1873-1944, of the Emmons family (ofAtlee and South Boston, Va„ and Elyria and North Ridgeville, Ohio) concerning Arthur Lorrin Emmons, Mabel (Reese) Emmons, Mildred Emmons, Willard Ross Emmons, Job Lickerish, Joel Albert Reese, and Pattie F. (Greenwood) Reese. 23 items. Gift of Ann E. Emmons.
Papers, 1887 and 1942-79, of Joseph Hammond Cariton (of Toano, Va.) including correspondence, accounts, and account books kept as an electrical and plumbing contractor. 17 items. Gift of Robert Edgar Mitchell, Jr.
Papers, 1920-82, of Rogers N. Harris (of Port Royal, Va.) concerning his medical practice in Caroline County and the surrounding area. 138 items. Gift of Alexander Long IV.
Papers, 1921-45, of the Beirne family (of Virginia and Maryland) consisting primarily of the correspondence of Clara Haxall (Grundy) Beirne Leake (of Ashland and Rich- mond, Va.) with her son Francis Fouike Beirne (newspaperman in Baltimore, Md.), his wife, Rosamond (Randall) Beirne, and their children. Concerns, in part, the Great Depression, World War II in Virginia, the Roosevelt presidential administrations, and family and social life. 942 items. Gift of Clara Beirne Dewart and Daniel Randall Beirne.
Papers, 1967-68, of Stuart Ellett Brown (of Berryville, Va.) concerning his research on guns and gunsmiths in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Virginia. 121 items. Gift of Stuart E. Brown, Jr.
Papers, 1731-1919, of the Chapman family (of Prince William County, Va.) including correspondence and land records. 22 items. Gift of Frances Carter Bieight Elliott.
Receipt, 27 February 1777, of Sary Balengar issued to Curtis Corley (as agent for Lord Faifax) for midwife services provided to an African American slave woman. I p. holograph signed, 5x2 in. Gift of Stuart E. Brown, Jr.
Papers, 1806-27, of the Fort family (of Halifax County, N.C„ and Halifax County, Va.) concerning Ricks Fort, Elias Fort, and John Fort. 23 items. Gift of Elizabeth Dragone.
Letterbook, 1807-09, of Richard Blow (1747-1833) kept as a commission merchant in Norfolk and Portsmouth, Va. 410 pp. part holograph, 121/2x7 1/2 in. Bound volume (indexed). Includes comments on the Chespeake-Leopard Affair, the Embargo of 1807-09, and the Dismal Swamp Canal. Purchased through the Carrie Wheeler Buck Memorial Fund.
Papers, 1821-85, of the Johnston family (ofAbingdon, Va.) concerning John Floyd, John Buchanan Floyd, Laetitia (Preston) Floyd, George Frederick Holmes, Beverley Ran- dolph Johnston, George Ben Johnston, John Warfield Johnston, Mary (Wood) Johnston, Nicketti Buchanan (Floyd) Johnston, and Peter Johnston. 33 items. Gift of Archer Jones.
Records, 1828-47, of the United States Army Quartermaster's Department at Fort Monroe, Va., including correspondence and receipts. 19 items. Purchased in memory of Waverly K. Winfree with funds provided by Mrs. Gene W. Shelton.
Papers, 1837-1980, of the Harper family (ofStaunton, Va.) concerning Catherine Colhoun Harper, Mrs. Eleanor C. Harper, Kenton Harper, Louis D. Harper, Mrs. Nancy Harper, Robert Harper, and William K. Harper. 27 items. Gift of Mary Bruce Harper Heisler.
Papers, 1858-1969, of the Taylor family (of Richmond and Westend, Louisa County, Va.) concerning Ellen Matthews Bagby, George William Bagby, Virginia P. (Taylor) Sydnor, Henry Taylor, Lucy Parke Chamberlayne Taylor, and Virginia (Bagby) Taylor. 182 items. Gift of Alice Taylor Spilman.
Papers, 1861-64, of William Henry Tatum (1838-1903) consisting of letters written to family members while serving with the 1st Company, Richmond Howitzers, Virginia Artillery, C.S.A., in Virginia. Typescript copies included. 8 items. Gift of Mrs. Walter Q. Wilson.
Papers, 1861-1940 of the Davis family (of Harrisonburg, Port Republic, and Staunton, Va.). 40 items. Gift of Walbrook D. Swank.
Registers, 1868-1913, of Salem Methodist Episcopal Church, Mathews County, Va., kept by George E. Thomas as pastor, including records of baptisms, marriages, and burials. 3 vols. Gift of Mildred S. Stillman.
Papers, 1896-99, of John James Williams (of Winchester, Va.) concerning the Grand Camp of Confederate Veterans, Department of Virginia. II items. Gift of Walbrook D. Swank.
Papers, 1927-80, of Mary Betty Rodes (schoolteacher of Greenwood and Charlottesville, Va.) primarily consisting of letters written to her by various U.S. servicemen during World War II. Also includes materials concerning her life as a student at the Virginia State Teachers' College, Harrisonburg, and her work with the U.S. Army Air Forces' Aircraft Warning Service. 584 items. Gift of Dorothy Holden Bumgardner.
Papers, 1948, of Mary Louise (Matthews) Fergusson (of Emporia, Va.) concerning her participation as a state senator in the Model General Assembly of the Virginia District Y.M.C.A. Youth and Government Program in Richmond, 9-10 April 1948. 16 items. Gift of Mrs. Donald M, Fergusson.
Letter, 7 September 1754, London, Eng., of Dennys DeBerdt to an unidentified addressee. I p. holograph signed. 15 1/4 x 91/4 in. Concerns actions of George Washington in the Ohio country and defense of Virginia from the French. Purchased through the Leo J. Wellhouse Fund.
Papers, 1799-1905, of the Pollard family (of King William County, Va.) including personal and business records of Edward Spotswood Pollard, Evelyn Byrd (Chamberlayne) Pollard, Robert Pollard (17567-1819), and Robert Pollard (1783-1856). 23 items. Gift of Albert H. Stoddard.
Papers, 1805-1922, of the Coleman family (of Dinwiddie County, Va., and Todd County, Ky.) concerning Mary Anna (Coleman) Clarke, Augustin B. Coleman, Benjamin W. Coleman, Dionyshia Coleman, Edwin Newman Coleman, Edwin Watkins Coleman, Eliza (Watkins) Coleman, James Hardaway Coleman, Robert Newman Coleman, Thomas Winfield Coleman, Williamson Coleman, and Williamson Edward Coleman. A large portion of the collection contains the correspondence of family members serving in the Confederate States Army. 294 items. Gift of Robert Howard Coleman.
Papers, 1812-1904, of the Barbour family (of Barboursville, Orange County, Va.) concerning Benjamin Johnson Barbour (1821-1894), James Barbour (1775-1842), James Barbour (1798-1857), Lucy (Johnson) Barbour, Philip Pendleton Barbour, Frances Cornelia (Barbour) Collins, Benjamin Watkins Leigh, James Barbour Talia- ferro, John Seymour Taliaferro, Lucy Maria (Barbour) Taliaferro, John Seymour Taliaferro Waters, and Sarah Lindsay (Taliaferro) Waters. Largely concerns family matters and Virginia and national politics. 125 items. Gift of John Seymour Flinn.
Papers, 1823-77, of William Price Jackson (of Hanover County, Va.) concerning his service in the Confederate States Army in Virginia. 76 items. Gift of James M. Pollard, Jr., and Overton P. Pollard.
Papers, 1843-1992, of the Johnston family concerning Doctor George Ben Johnston (of Richmond, Va., and Honduras), Helen Coles (Rutherfoord) Johnston (traveling in Europe), John Rutherfoord (traveling in Europe), and Helen Rutherfoord (Johnston) Jones Skinner (of Middleburg and Richmond, Va.). 140 items. Gift of Archer Jones.
Papers, 1849-84, of Edward Clifford Gordon (of Lexington, Va.) concerning his activities as proctor, treasurer, and chairman of the faculty of Washington College (now Washington and Lee University) and also including records of the Franklin Society and Library Company of Lexington. 258 items. Purchase.
Papers, 1852-73, of Edward Lorraine (civil engineer of Buchanan and Richmond, Va.) including correspondence and diaries concerning the James River and Kanawha Company. 21 items. Gift of Martha S. Oden.
Papers, 1853-1992, of Doctor Beverley Randolph Wellford primarily including correspondence and diaries concerning his service in the United States Army during World War I and his subsequent private medical practice in Richmond, Va. 145 items. Gift of Mrs. Thomas P. Bryan and Mrs. Virginia Wellford Jones.
Papers, 1861-1985, of the French family (of Halifax County, Va., and Chattanooga, Tenn.) primarily concerning the service of Marcellus French (1831-1919) as captain of Company F of the 35th Virginia Cavalry Battalion, Confederate States Army, and including genealogical notes on the French, Henry, and related families. 102 items. Gift of Wyatt French.
Papers, 1861-1995, of Robert William Douthat (of Morgantown, W. Va.) concerning the battle of Gettysburg and the charge of George Edward Pickett's division of the Confederate Army. 113 items. Gift of John M. Douthat.
Papers, 1862-1900, of the Harris family (of Albemarle County, Va.) concerning Nancy Frances (Maupin) Harris, William T. Harris (in the Confederate army near Petersburg, Va„ in 1862), Mrs. Susan 0. Maupin, Julia F. (Harris) Via, and Mrs. Susan M. (Harris) Ward. 22 items. Gift of Mrs. Russell D. Mooney, Jr.
Papers, 1909-87, of Julia Mildred (Harper) Marston (of Richmond, Va.) concerning her career as a dancer and dance instructor and as proprietor of the Julia Mildred Harper School of the Dance. Include scrapbooks, photographs, newspaper clippings, correspondence, costume designs, and programs. 514 items. Gift of Parry A. Marston and Fitz-Randolph Marston, Jr.
Papers, 1919-98, of Elizabeth Boyd (Roberts) Breed (of Chase City, Va.) concerning the Mecklenburg County Pageant Association of the Virginia Historical Pageant Associa- tion, 1922. 32 items. Gift of Margaret Carlisle Roberts Thomas.
Papers, 1922-98, of William David Eppes (of Good-water, Ala., New York, N.Y., and Williarnsburg, Va.) concerning the Eppes family and as a patron of the arts. ca. 4,640 items. Gift of William David Eppes.
Scrapbook, 1939-50, kept by Garland Gray (of Waverly, Va.) concerning his business career as president of Gray Lumber Company and the Bank of Waverly, Inc., and his service as a member of the Virginia State Senate. 80 pp. 13 1/2x11 1/2 in. Gift of the Honorable Elmond T. Gray.
Papers, 1725-1910, of the Moody family (of Hanover County, Va.) concerning John Mills Moody, Samuel Moody, and Samuel Mills Moody. 204 items. Deposited by Robert B. Moody.
Papers, 1787-1998, of the Albert family (of Russell County, Va.) concerning Charles Alien Albert, James Albert, John Glenn Albert, Josephine Albert, Mary Elizabeth (Wyatt) Albert, Rosamond Gertrude Albert, and Mary Elizabeth (Albert) Alderson. 152 items. Gift of Richard E. Albert, Ruth Cowling Albert, and Sarah Albert Miller.
Receipts, 4 January 1856, issued to Dickinson, Hill & Co. of Richmond, Va., for monies received for the sale of enslaved African Americans. 2 pp. on 1 1. handwritten. 7 1/2 x 91/2 in. Purchase.
Records, 1865-90, of Jno. C. Mansfield & Co. of Holladay's Mills, Va., concerning mercantile operations. 328 items. Gift of Mrs. John S. Goodwin, Jr.
Papers, 1887-1913, of Joel Thomas Tucker (Baptist minister of Richmond, Va.) including correspondence while a student at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky., with Mattie E. Miller, whom he later married, and letters written to him by his brother Henry J. Tucker (attorney of Fayetteville, W.Va.) concerning the education of nieces and nephews and Henry's eventual retirement to Richmond. 76 items. Gift of Professor Anne Tucker Moore.
Records, 1889-1989, of the Sheltering Arms Rehabilitation Hospital of Richmond, Va. Includes minutes of meetings of the board of directors, annual reports, correspondence, pamphlets, direct mail solicitations, surveys, committee reports, scrapbook pages, news clippings, and photographs, many of which were used for the book Sheltering Arms Hospital: A Centennial History (1889-1989), by Anne Rutherford Lower. 139 items. Deposited by the Women's Council of Sheltering Arms Rehabilitation Hospital through the courtesy of Lucy Todd Dabney and Elizabeth H. Baylor.
Papers, 1904-85, of the Hollerith family (of Brighton Farm and Mobjack Farm, Mathews County, Va.) concerning Herman Hollerith (1860-1929), Herman Hollerith (b. 1892), Lucia Beverley (Talcott) Hollerith, Lucia Beverly Hollerith, Nannie Talcott Hollerith, and Virginia Hollerith, ca. 19,470 items. Gift of Richard Hollerith, Jr.
Papers, 1918-93, of Margaret Delphine Hatch (of South Hill, Va.) including diaries, correspondence, photographs, news clippings, and related materials concerning her education at the State Normal College at Farmville (now Longwood College), her career as a teacher in Mecklenburg County, and her life as a retired person. 138 items. Gift of Rubinette Rose Miller Niemann.
Records, 1922-98, of the Medical Society of Virginia Alliance (formerly the Woman's Auxiliary of the Medical Society of Virginia) including minutes of meetings, correspondence of officers, reports, scrapbooks, and special project files. The organization supports public health programs through education and volunteer service, ca. 4,400 items. Gift of the Medical Society of Virginia Alliance.
Letter, 19 March 1923, Forest Depot, Va., of William Miller to Sheffey Guy Miller, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Va. 2 pp. on 1 1. holograph signed. 7 3/4 x 10 1/2 in. Letter of advice from father to son; also concerns harvesting and marketing of timber from land in Nelson County, Va. Gift of Martha Ann Miller.
Papers, 1931-53, of Elizabeth Trent (Wight) Brown compiled while personal secretary to John D. Rockefeller, Jr., concerning the restoration of buildings in Williarnsburg, Va., and the early history of Colonial Williarnsburg, Inc. Include official publications, drawings and photographs of buildings, a speech, and materials concerning Vernon M. Geddy, Sr. 43 items. Gift of Richard Edmunds, Jr.
Letter, 15 January 1937, of Bill "Bojangles" Robinson to William B. Layton concerning a potential visit to the Virginia Manual Labor School for Colored Boys, Hanover, Va. I p. typescript signed. 7 1/4 x 10 1/2 in. Purchase.
Papers, 1942-46, of Clinton Webb (of Richmond, Va.) concerning his service in the United States Army and the Office of Strategic Services in England, France, Germany, and the United States. 91 items. Gift of Clinton Webb.
Papers, 1944-46, of Marianna Jane (Fricke) Worley (of Santa Monica, Calif., and Richmond, Va.) concerning her recruitment and travel to New York City for induction and training in the U.S. Navy WAVES. 22 items. Gift of Marianna F. Worley.
Records, 1969-85, of the James River Corporation of Virginia, Richmond, comprising minutes of meetings of the board of directors of this paper manufacturing firm. 12 vols. Deposited by the Fort James Corporation, Richmond, Va.
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