Collection Number: MS 382
Physical Location: Archive Room File Cabinet
Extent: 14 folders.
Creators/Collectors: Schulman, Gayle M.
Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research.
User Restrictions: No restrictions.
Preferred Citation: Gayle Schulman Research Papers, MS 382, Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society, Charlottesville, Va.
Acquisition Information: Gift of Gayle M. Schulman.
Biographical/Historical Information: Gayle Schulman is a local historian. Her research focuses on African American life in Charlottesville and Albemarle County.
Scope and Content:
This is a collection of information and research notes compiled by Gayle Schulman. Most of the information focuses on African American life in the area.
The Lane High School Student Papers are photocopies of originals. Location of the originals is unknown.
This collection is in 7 folders:
Folder 1: Albemarle Place Names and Post Offices
Folder 2: African American Membership in Charlottesville and Albemarle County Baptist Churches, 1852-1857
Folder 3: Lane High School Student Papers
Folder 3A: Housing project
Folder 3B: Housing Survey
Folder 3C: Water Supply of Charlottesville, 1947
Folder 3D: Survey of Crime in Charlottesville, 1939-1940
Folder 3E: History of Charlottesville
Folder 3F: School Population Conditions
Folder 3G: Study of Juvenile Delinquency, 1944
Folder 3H: Health Survey of Charlottesville
Folder 4: Benson Brothers Slave Auctions
Folder 5: Albemarle and Charlottesville Teachers of African Americans, 1867-1967
Folder 6: Using Personal Property Tax Records to find Enslaved Ancestors in Greene County, Virginia
Folder 7: Research on Albemarle County Colored Schools, 1924-1967
- Schools--Virginia--Albemarle County
- Education--Virginia--Albemarle County
- African American teachers
- African American schools
- Slave trade--Virginia--Charlottesville
- Field Notes.