The Picket Post newsletters from the Charlottesville-Albemarle Civil War Round Table.
A collection of materials from the Bridge Builder Committee of Charlottesville, Virginia.
Thomas Payne Carver had two children with his first wife Lelia May Herndon Carver (Alphonso Carver and Virginia Carver Beck) and four children with his second wife Stella Annette Dunham (Harold Carver, Velora C. Carver Thomson, Marjorie Dunham...
James Hollis Rinehart (1871-1942) brought his family to Albemarle County and Charlottesville from Covington, Virginia. The Rinehart family owned thousands of acres and owned multiple buildings in Charlottesville, which they rented out.
Monies received and paid out for soldiers' families, etc., by James Alexander Treas. for the corporation Charlottesville April 1861 to
This is a print reproduction of the account book kept by James Alexander of monies paid for soldiers' families for Charlottesville.
This collection is primarily the inventory list of the Long and Watson papers. The originals are on deposit at the University of Virginia Law Library.
A collection of materials for the Court Square area of Charlottesville, Virginia.
A collection of materials about Court Square Park, formerly known as Jackson Park, in Charlottesville, Virginia.
This is a research paper "A history of land development at Fry's Spring" written by Scott Silsdorf for Class ARCH 512 P, 6 May 1991. 20 p. Includes maps and plats.