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1998-001-001-002-166 - Records

Letters to Corinne Stearns, 10 March 1929

1998-001-001-002-167 - Records

Letters to Corinne Stearns, 6 April 1929

1998-001-001-004-1336 - Records

Emeline Stearns 13 September 1948

1998-001-001-006-087 - Records

Letters to Mrs. Frank P. (Bettie) Stearns 1 July 1935

1998-001-001-010-162 - Records

Miscellaneous correspondence of Stearns family December 1964

1999-059-005-011 - Documents

Travel series. Trip and Study of Education in Eastern Europe. 1964 Corrrespondence. Itinerary. Impressions of Soviet Education. Group Assessment of Trip.

2000-051-089 - Documents

Airline, Cruise and Country Brochures

2001-014-008-72 - Documents

Copy of Map of Europe

2006-037-005-114 - Documents

Thomas Jefferson Anti-Jeffersonianism In The Ante-Bellum South by W. G. Bean. The North Carolina Historical Review Touring Europe with Thomas Jefferson, Life Magazine Many newspapers articles of Monticello and Thomas Jefferson. Encroachments Upon Freedom by Frank Luther Mott.

2006-037-005-166 - Documents

Notes and research on reconstruction: Captured Confederate Documents by Thomas Robson Hay.

2006-037-015-139 - Documents

Notes, research and correspondence by Thomas Robson Hay. The United States News

2006-037-015-148 - Documents

Notes, research and correspondence by Thomas Robson Hay. Labor in Wartime - Articles, Clippings & Essays "The Increasing Employment of Women in Business", by Harry Franklin Porter. 1917 Pamphlet: Pennsylvania Electric Association, September 7-8, 1917. "War Orders and Trade Preparedness", Sept. 1915 "The Labor Supply - This Nation's First After War Problem", June, 1917. Many articles on government control over the railroads. Pamphlet: "The Management of Public Service", The J. G. White Management Corporation 1914 "The Future of Capital and Labor", by Thomas Robson Hay.

2009-063-002-200-003 - Documents

Letters to Mrs John C. Willis from Taylor Willis

2009-063-002-224-001 - Documents

Letters to Mrs John C. Willis from Benjamin P Willis People mentioned by first name only: Brother Marion; Brother John; Hazen;

2009-063-004-005 - Diary

1928 handwritten diary of Catesby Woodford Willis of Fredericksburg. Includes account of June 15 to September 17 cruise to Europe and the Middle East detailing life on board and visits to various ports. Two items found in back of diary: Notes on a Virgil exam and two pages of poetry entitled Impressions of Harvard's Impressions. Note: In this diary, Catesby Willis writes extensively about a man she is in love with named Mac - no last name. In her Voyage Journal (2009-063-004-006) she writes that she has met Mac Harper, so that name has been included in this file.

2009-063-004-006 - Diary

Diary - Voyage Journal of Catesby Woodford Willis containing her impressions of the beginning of her 1928 summer cruise to Europe and the Middle East. Journal contains names and addresses of people she met on the trip, notes on places she visited, and trip expenses. Two calling cards are included in the journal.

2009-063-004-011 - Diary

Travel diary of Barbara Pratt Willis of 1989 trip to Germany, Switzerland and France.

2011-014-002-047 - Correspondence

Civil War Letters of the Knox Family of Fredericksburg Effect of snow when troops have no tents, blankets; rumors about troop movements; details of Yankee raid in town; Yankee cavalry impressive; fighting in streets; Lt. Thompson's wake and funeral; many Southern soldiers on leave in town taken prisoner; news of friends; father sending cavalry boots to boys in camp; difficulty in getting letters to front; news of European support; English vessel unable to get through blockade to pick up George N. Saunders for visit to English bankers; government order of flour; Southern deserter led Yankees into town for raid; trains going to Richmond; reading "Oliver Twist" aloud; remaining slaves being s

2011-014-002-072 - Correspondence

Civil War Letters of the Knox Family of Fredericksburg Family in Richmond unable to return to Fredericksburg because trains not running due to raid on Junction; longing to return home; getting recipe for bread to bake when boys come home; advance of army into Pennsylvania; Pickett was wounded; mother saw James and expected to see Robert with wagons; news of friends; expects to return home in August, but only if mother is home then; friends and family returning to Fredericksburg; news of family and friends; Chatham in pretty good shape, but Yankees left no firewood; uncle planning to build steamships in Europe to end blockade; memories of deceased friend; religion.

2013-001-056-007 - Box, Document

To Ada Nolan from Betsy Nolan Joan, The Mulveys, Jack