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Winslow writes William H. Rideing concerning the article he is sending and the photos and drawings included specifically for illustrating it. Refers to a photographer in West Africa who is in his employ and various copyright issues, as well as his Uganda book
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Bayard is unable to give advice on employment in Southern Mexico or Central America (Nicaragua?) in a letter written during William Walker's conquest of that country
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The collection contains the diaries, 1851-1852 and 1875-1893, of Virginia farmers William H. Pegram and Blair Pegram, a 1906-1915 postcard album and photographs of the Pegram family. Lawson family papers include letters of congratulations, 1890, to John William Lawson on his election to the U.S. Congress, financial papers, and the diary 1867-1871, of Maggie N. Urquhart
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The collection contains various reports sent to the Dean, Bursar and Library of the University of Virginia including financial report, 1947; statement of operations, 1947; treasurer's report, 1949; personnel (financial) data, 1949-1952; and faculty bulletins (of activities and announcements), 1951-1961
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Ingram discusses the 1950s restoration of the Pavilion Gardens by the Garden Club of Virginia under the leadership of Alden Hopkins
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1870 Oct 1 issue of The [Charlottesville] Chronicle recounting the destruction caused by excessive rain and flooding of the Rivanna River, the Mechum's River and Moore's Creek in Charlottesville and its surrounding areas. The article describes damage at Hydraulic Mills, Rio Mills where the wife of a miller and two children drowned, Free Bridge, Charlottesville Woolen Mills, the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad and numerous farms
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Short 2-page valedictory address to be read at the graduation ceremony
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In a letter 1917, July 25, Faith Baldwin praises Teasdale's poetry
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Moran discusses the four Quaker presences in the county: the Clark family, 1742-1757; the Lewis family, ca. 1882-1885; the Young Friends of the University of Virginia meeting for weekly worship in Madison Hall begun by Werner Lutz Janney and Charles E. Moran in 1938-1943; and the monthly worship gatherings begun in 1952 by the Wiley and Moran families, through its establishment as Charlottesville Monthly Meeting, 1963 and down to the 1990s
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The photographs depict the University of Virginia hostess preparing for a social event in her office; and posing with students, 1925, 1929, and 1944