Subject: Charlottesville (Va.)--Anniversaries, etc.

Description:

Collection of materials for the Charlottesville Bicentennial 1962 celebration

 

Date: 1961-1962

Type: Collection

Identifier: PA 4.1

Rights: copyright not evaluated

Location: Archive Room File Cabinet

Notes:

(1) Program: Tentative outline of events planned for Charlottesville 200th Anniversary Celebration in 1962.

(2) Program: Program of events for Special Celebration Week, July 11 through 21, 1962.

(3) “Charlottesville 200 Years” 100 pp.

(4) Ticket Stub: Charlottesville 200th Anniversary, “Let Freedom Ring,” July 18, 1962.

(5) 200th Anniversary Celebration for Charlottesville, Virginia; “An Investment in Progress and Growth.”

(6) Charlottesville 200th Anniversary Celebration, Advertisers Layout.

(7) Letter: Invitation to Charlottesville 200th Anniversary Celebration.

(8) Program: Official Program for Charlottesville 200th Anniversary Celebration, “Let Freedom Ring!”

(9) Charlottesville 200th Anniversary, Hospitality Information Form.

(10) Invitation to Charlottesville Bi-Centennial.

(11) Invitation to showing of the Monticello Travel Exhibit, August 10, 1962.

(12) Letter: Invitation to Charlottesville 200th Anniversary Celebration.

(13) Letter: Re John B. Rogers Producing Company, Nov. 11, 1962.

(14) Program: Charlottesville 200th Anniversary Commission, Concert Program, May 7, 1962.

(15) Photocopy: Charlottesville 200th Anniversary Commission, Concert Program, May 7, 1962.

(16) Letter: Invitation to concert celebrating Charlottesville 200th Anniversary.

(17) Broadside: Charlottesville 200th Anniversary Celebration, May 7, 1962.

(18) Broadside: Charlottesville 200th Anniversary, “Historical Window Display.”

(19) Press pass to all 200th Anniversary activities.

(20) “Stubby Cuts,” a record: The Charlottesville Bicentennial Ballad.

(21) Sticker: Charlottesville 200th Anniversary.

(22) Program: The Governors Reception Celebrating Charlottesville 200th Anniversary, Farmington Country Club, July 16, 1962.

(23) Brochure: Daughters of the American Revolution present the Heirloom Museum, Bi-centennial of Charlottesville.

(24) Facts about the Monticello Travel Exhibit

(25) Broadside: Esso Dealer Briefs, Charlottesville Bi-Centennial Issue. July 1, 1962.