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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Use for Digital Object title for items of correspondence that do not fit neatly into the letter category

Found in 110 Collections and/or Records:

Sherwood Anderson Correspondence with Llewellyn Jones

Identifier: Ms-2015-044

This collection consists of eight letters written by American author Sherwood Anderson to Llewellyn Jones between 1916 and 1924 with three undated (but likely from the same period). Jones was the literary editor for the Chicago Evening Post. The correspondence primarily discusses the reviews of Anderson's works by Jones and other critics.

Dates: 1916-1924, n.d.

Andrew Given Family Correspondence

Identifier: Ms-2019-035

The Andrew Given Family Correspondence contains 41 letters by Private Andrew Given written to his wife, Eliza F. Given. The letters cover Given’s military service in Virginia from June 1861 until just before his desertion from the army in September 1862. In addition, there are family letters from 1864-1884.

Dates: 1859 - 1886

John G. and Georgia (Skinnell) Atkins Correspondence

Identifier: Ms-2021-047

This collection consists of correspondence between John G. and Georgia (Skinnell) Atkins, as well as their family and friends. The bulk of the materials range from 1907 to 1925.

Dates: 1907-1927, 1986; Majority of material found within 1907 - 1911

W. H. Auden Letter

Identifier: Ms-1973-001

The collection consists of a letter written by Auden on January 9, 1938, from Brussels to "Geoffrey."

Dates: 1938-01-09

Avery-Abex Metallurgical Collection

Identifier: Ms-1995-025
Abstract The American Brake Shoe (later Abex) Company was formed in 1902 from the merger of five smaller foundries that specialized in railroad brake shoes, castings and forging, as well as hydraulic equipment. The research laboratory, known as the Mahwah Research Center, from which the collection is drawn, did applied industrial research, but was closed in 1990. Howard Avery (1906-1996), VPI graduate (B.Sc. MinE 1927, M.Sc. MinE 1928), was one of the center’s leading research metallurgists....
Dates: c. 1920s-1987

George W. Benson Correspondence

Identifier: Ms-1988-083

The collection contains eleven letters written by a Pennsylvania soldier to his sister from hospitals and camps in Washington, D.C., Ohio, Virginia, and Pennsylvania during the American Civil War.

Dates: 1863 - 1865

Dean Carter Papers

Identifier: Ms-2021-046

This collection contains administrative and teaching records, such as art course materials, departmental correspondence, photographs, and art exhibition materials from Dean Carter (1922-2013), professor and former head of the Art Department at Virginia Tech from 1950-1992.

Dates: 1955 - 1995; Majority of material found within 1964 - 1982

D. Levin Clarkson Letterbook

Identifier: Ms-1988-115

Letterbook maintained by D. Levin Clarkson, a resident of New York City in the mid-19th century, containing copies of letters concerning administration of an estate.

Dates: 1847 - 1848

Shirley Mittleman Clifford Papers

Identifier: Ms-2021-021

This collection contains a number of personal correspondence between Shirley Mittleman Clifford and family while Clifford was living with her husband in United Kingdom. This collection also contains various financial and legal documents as well as a menu and program. Clifford (1923-1997) was a former member of the Women's Reserve of the United States Marine Corps.

Dates: 1949 - 1953

Isaiah Conley Civil War Correspondence and Research Materials,

Identifier: Ms-2015-051
Abstract The Isaiah Conley Civil War Correspondence and Research Materials includes two series of primary and secondary sources. Series I: Letters, Transcripts, and Narratives, includes 98 letters written by Isaiah Conley to his wife during his service in the 101st Pennsylvania Regiment between 1861 and 1865. This series also has unpublished and published versions of Conley's escape from Confederate captivity. Series II: Research Materials contains correspondence, photocopies, articles, maps, and...
Dates: 1862-2000s