American poet, playwright, painter, and publisher. The Charles Henri Ford archive contains correspondence, manuscripts, ephemera, art works, and newspaper clippings relating to himself, his companion, Pavel Tchelitchew, and a large circle of friends, artists, and literary figures.
College of William and Mary - Special Collections Research Center
Includes letters, letterbooks, and account books of immigrant Francis Jerdone merchant of Yorktown, Virginia; and Hanover County, Virginia. Most of the collection consists of letters, accounts and diaries of the next two generations of members of the Jerdone family, including Francis Jerdone and his sons John, Francis and William Jerdone. The papers concern the management of two estates "Providence Forge," New Kent County, Virginia and "Mount Sterling," Charles City County, Virginia.
The John Taylor family papers (1844-1994) are a collection of material reflecting the life and work of John Taylor, third president of the LDS Church, and his descendants, John W. Taylor, Raymond Woolley Taylor, and Samuel Taylor. Included are correspondence, letters, biographies, research, writings, diaries, and other papers.
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Guy Davenport Papers consist of artwork, certificates, clippings, coins, correspondence, currency, diplomas, galleys, index cards, journals, manuscripts, microfilm, notebooks, objects, page proofs, photographs, printed works, scrapbooks, sheet music, sound recordings, and stamp albums. The archive offers an extremely full and detailed view of Davenport's personal life and professional career from his childhood until his death.
Scope and Content Genealogical research files, 1944-1963, of teacher and professional genealogist Eva Eubank Wilkerson (1884-1965) of Richmond, Virginia, chiefly consist of research files on numerous Virginia families. These family files are largely composed of Wilkerson's research notes, and often include letters from the client requesting the information. Much of the material in Wilkerson's notes is quoted directly from various primary sources such as wills, deeds, and marriage records, and occasionally from published reference works. As Wilkerson did not keep copies of her actual responses to clients, the information collected here is entirely in note form and consequently can be difficult to use. Other materials include research resources, such as an index to marriages and an index to deeds, both from unspecified localities; correspondence regarding research into unnamed families; personal budget information kept by Wilkerson, 1944-1946; and miscellaneous research notes on topics ... Read More
Constitution and bylaws, minutes, correspondence, reports, and published material created by the state organization, the districts, and over 2,200 individual member clubs. Also includes graphic material such as photographs and scrapbooks. Material documents the founding meeting in 1897 through the organization's growth in the twentieth century into the largest women's volunteer association in Texas.