New York Public Library
Half and full length portraits of blues singer Mama Yancey singing in a nightclub and performing with her husband, pianist Jimmy Yancey
College of William and Mary - Special Collections Research Center
Papers of the Yancey family of Woodville, Rappahannock County, Va. and Culpeper County, Va. Includes letters, 1844-1873 and accounts, chiefly 1834-1853. Concerns John W. Yancey, William T. Yancey, James P. Yancey and the estate of Major Yancey. There is a letter, 1844, of Charles Yancey of Tennessee concerning his administration of the Craven estate. The Craven will designated the New York Colonization Society as the legatee, but the will was broken
University of West Georgia - Irvine Sullivan Ingram Library
This collection contains two memory books from 1927-1931, as well as a 1966 Carrollton High School newspaper. The large memory book is very fragile and should be handled with care
University of Virginia
The papers contain correspondence among family members, including one who moved to Tennessee and writes about conditions there in 1846. There are several deeds, 1791-1811, for Culpeper County, Va. land, an 1848 will, an 1824 doctor's bill against an estate, a slave bill of sale, 1855, some accounts, 1858, from the store of Thomas S. Alcocke, Culpeper, Va., and a genealogy of the the descendants of Thomas Yancey
Library of Virginia
This accession, compiled by Lucy A. Embrey Wilson, concerns the ancestry of Beulah Benton Harris Yancey (1874-1962) and her husband E.F. Yancey of Albemarle County, including the families of Harris, Wood, and Woods. Includes a full name index
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection consists of the papers of Asa G. Yancey from circa 1940-2013 documenting Yancey's career as a physician and professor in Atlanta, Georgia. The collection includes artifacts, audiovisual material, correspondence, printed material, slides, and subject files. Subject files include correspondence, photographs, writings, and printed material collected by Yancey
University of Virginia
Photostat copy of a Louisa County map in 4 pieces