This is a collection of correspondence and research notes concerning the development of land near the Barracks Prisoner Camp.
This is a photocopy of 21 pages of the Jervis Yates Diary, 1786-1828 (Special Collections, University of Saskatchewan Library, MSS 18(a)).
This is a collection of research notes, copies, and citations of materials concerning the Albemarle Barracks.
This collection contains photocopied biographical material concerning William S. Mace (1915-1988) compiled by Mrs. Clara Hamlett Robertson for her publication Keys to the History of Miller School, 1878-1979.
These papers relate to the family and descendants of John C. Cullin (1834-1890).
Photocopies from the National Archives of records, 1783-1833, relating to the service of Benjamin Marshall (1760-1840) of Albemarle County, Va. and Stokes County, Nc. during the American Revolution.
Correspondence between Dr. Lawrence J. Rhea and R.W. Church (University of Virginia library) relating to the military service of a William Alexander (1744-1814) of Prince William County, Va., in the American Revolution.
Isaiah Mays (1858-1925) was one of only two African American soldiers to receive the Medal of Honor during the "Indian Wars" of the late 19th century.