University of Virginia
Richmond Times-Dispatch (Sep. 12, 2001) -- Norfolk Virginian-Pilot (Sep. 12, 2001) -- Port Folio Weekly, Virginia Beach, Va. (Sep. 18, 2001)
University of Virginia
Letters relating to personal and family matters including stay at Virginia Beach
Old Dominion University - Special Collections
The Papers of Howard B. Aison, dating from 1942 to 1963, contains correspondence, photographs, military training manuals, orders, diaries, recollections, unit histories, commendations, printed material, artifacts, and maps. The bulk of the collection documents his service in the United States Army and his participation in World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. Also includes papers accumulated during his years as a student at Georgetown University
Old Dominion University - Special Collections
The Cook Family Papers, dating from 1872 to 1976, include material documenting the lives of the children of Arthur Clarico and Emma Blow Freeman, and later generations. Most of the collection centers on the personal and business papers of Allen Merriam Cook. The collection documents a prominent Norfolk family, the development of subdivisions in Norfolk and Virginia Beach, and the career of a Naval Officer from 1889 to 1919
Virginia Beach Public Library
Aerial view of down town Norfolk and waterfront, Norfolk, Va. -- Aerial view of down town business section and waterfront, Norfolk, Va. -- Ocean View Hotel near Norfolk, Va. -- View from casino, Ocean View, near Norfolk Va. -- Fishing boats on beach front, looking toward Old Point, Ocean View, Va. -- Pine Beach Hotel, Pine Beach, Va. (i.e., near Sewell's Point, Norfolk) -- "Hampton Roads," Va., showing Pine Beach pier -- Ocean front and cottage line, Virginia Beach, Va. -- Virginia Beach Va. -- New and old light house, Cape Henry, Va. -- Sand Hills, Cape Henry, near Norfolk, Va
Virginia Beach Public Library
Invitations, menu, tickets, badges, congratulatory letters, free items from the celebration (giveaways), color photographs of the ceremony, clippings from news media, and a booklet, Pavilion Festival Week, which includes full information about performances during the week
University of Virginia
Souvenir travel folders of scenes in Virginia, including Virginia Beach, Mount Vernon, Fredericksburg, and Historic Colonial Williamsburg, n.d.
University of Virginia
Heath's papers are divided into four major sections. The first, 1947-1949, contains material about his service as associate chief trial prosecutor and assistant to General Telford Taylor, U.S. Chief of Counsel for War Crimes, Office of Military Government during the International military tribunals at Nuremberg, 1946-1949
Gardiner Public Library
Family album with photographs of Gardiner High School, Bates College, and U.S. Navy postings, as well as groups of World War I soldiers and sailors -- Many pictures feature the Virginia Beach, Va., area
Library of Virginia
Virginia Beach, Virginia, was incorporated as a town in 1906 and became a city in 1952. It merged in 1963 with Princess Anne County to become the most populous city in the state. Princess Anne County was formed in 1691 from Lower Norfolk County. It was named for Anne, the daughter of James II. It became extinct after the merger with Virginia Beach. Located in the Tidewater, Virginia Beach adjoins North Carolina on the south, Chesapeake and Norfolk counties on the west, the Chesapeake Bay on the north, and the Atlantic Ocean on the east

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