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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 135 Collections and/or Records:

Envelope, To Col. R. Preston, Jan 1 (Ms1992-003)

 Digital Record
Identifier: Ms1992_003_PrestonRobertT_B1F13_envelope_0101

Joseph Fergeson Letter to Benjamin Fergeson

Identifier: Ms-2017-041

The collection contains a single letter from Joseph Ferguson to his brother, Benjamin Ferguson, in Dinwiddie County, written December 2, 1769.

Dates: 1769

George W. Fitzinger Letter

Identifier: Ms-2017-039

The collection connsists of a single letter written by George W. Fitzinger to his cousin, James Barclay, on August 29, 1861.

Dates: 1861

Fort Pickens, Winchester, Virginia, Civil War Letter

Identifier: Ms-2019-004

The Fort Pickens, Winchester, Virginia, Civil War Letter concerns the creator, "GHD", telling his wife, Lizzie, that he has arrived in Winchester following a recent skirmish and local regimental activities.

Dates: 1861

William Edward Foster Family Papers

Identifier: Ms-2016-006
Abstract The William Edward Foster Family Papers includes correspondence to and from various members of the Foster family, especially William E. Foster and wife, Cora, as well as several members of the Wiatt family (William E. Foster's mother's maiden name) from about 1800-1920 (the bulk of the materials are from 1850-1884). The collection also contains a group of family papers and genealogy materials, mostly undated.Please note: The majority of this collection relates to William...
Dates: 1820-1931, n.d.

Edwin L. Garrison Letter

Identifier: Ms-2019-003

The Edwin L. Garrison Letter contains information pertaining to the 1864 Overland Campaign including an attack by Confederate General A. P. Hill. The letter is written to George J. Warner in New York on July 12, 1964.

Dates: 1864

Theda Gibson Papers

Identifier: Ms-1977-002

The Theda Gibson Papers include the correspondence of Gibson, a librarian at the Wise County, Virginia, Lonesome Pine Regional Public Library to American celebrities and political figures. The collection contains photocopies of letters to Gibson, answering her query about favorite books. Some of the celebrities include Alan Alda, Melvin Belli, Jimmy Carter, Julia Child, Ann Landers, Norman Lear, Margaret Mead, Barbara Walters, O. J. Simpson, Cher, First Lady Mrs. Ford, and Lawrence Welk.

Dates: 1976, undated

Nat Goldman Correspondence

Identifier: Ms-2022-054
Abstract This collection includes the correspondance of Nat Goldman, an auditor for the Textile Workers Union of America CIO. His letters from 1946 through 1949 are addressed to his girlfiend Rebecca "Reba" Baron in New York City, New York, including love letters to her and descriptions of his travels and work for the union. He writes about the innerworkings of locations and dissenment within the union. Most of the letters are from Virginia, but there are a few from his travels to Tennessee,...
Dates: 1946 - 1949

Morgan Goodhart Papers

Identifier: Ms-2011-017

Correspondence of Morgan Goodhart, a U. S. Army officer during World War II, consisting mostly of letters to and from mother, sister, and friends.

Dates: 1933 - 1961

Robert Graves Letters

Identifier: Ms-1972-008

The collection contains five letters, four from Robert Graves while in Majorca, Spain, and Oxford, England, and one to him from Melville Hardiment of London, with a note on it by Graves.

Dates: 1962-1970, n.d.