This is a collection of research notes, draft copies, clippings, and correspondence created by Robert M. Hubbard in preparation for writing the article "History of Libraries in Charlottesville and Albemarle County," published in The Magazine of...
This collection includes a 5p typescript of "A Brief History of the University Cafeteria" written by Cleveland G. Webber, Manager of the University Cafeteria.
The collection contains meeting minutes, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and legal papers relating to the organization of Old Charlottesville, Inc.
This scrapbook contains newspaper clippings from the Charlottesville Daily Progress concerning the activities of the Civic League of Charlottesville and Albemarle County.
This is a photocopy of an ALS from Meriwether Lewis to Major William Preston, St. Louis, 25 July 1808, discussing marriages, naming a surveyor, government agents, and the advantages of making a livelihood in the Louisiana Territory.
This is a collection of bible records, family group sheets, and will transcriptions of the Dudley family and related families primarily in Augusta County, Virginia.
The thesis A Survey of the Rural Baptist Churches of Albemarle County by Joseph Hathaway Cosby.
The Establishment and Effect of the African-American Church during Reconstruction: Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Virginia
This is a photocopy of the essay The Establishment and Effect of the African-American Church during Reconstruction: Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Virginia by Jaime Duke Stewart, May 4, 2000.
This collection contains family groups sheets and short biographies of members of the Seamons and Simmons families in Virginia and Illinois.
This is a photocopy of A Historical Sketch of Michael Keinadt and Margaret Diller, His Wife: The History and Genealogy of Their Posterity in the American States up to 1893 by the Michael Koiner Memorial Association (Staunton, Virginia), 1893.
This is a collection of family genealogies compiled by Clara Robertson.
This is a typescript photocopy of an incomplete draft of "Monticello after 1826," by James A. Bear, Jr., relating the history of the house through the Randolph, Barclay, and Levy families and the present owners.