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Equal Suffrage League: General Assembly Index cards, 1920.

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  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 069.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 070.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 071.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 072.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 073.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 074.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 075.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 076.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 077.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 078.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 079.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 080.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 081.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 082.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 083.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 084.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 085.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 086.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 087.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 088.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 089.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 090.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 091.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 092.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 093.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 094.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 095.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 096.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 097.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 098.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 099.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 100.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 101.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 102.
  • Index cards referencing members of the General Assembly, 1920, Image 103.

Equal Suffrage League of Virginia records, 1908-1938.

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  • "Correspondence, May 1912", Item 027
  • "Correspondence, September-October 1913", Item 002
  • "Correspondence, January-March 1914", Item 002
  • "Correspondence, April-July 1914", Item 008
  • "Correspondence, April-July 1914", Item 013
  • "Correspondence, August-October 1914", Item 007
  • "Correspondence, August-October 1914", Item 009
  • "Correspondence, August-October 1914", Item 014
  • "Correspondence, August-October 1914", Item 016
  • "Correspondence, August-October 1914", Item 019
  • "Correspondence, August-October 1914", Item 021
  • "Correspondence, August-October 1914", Item 022
  • "Correspondence, November-December, no month 1914", Item 003
  • "Correspondence, November-December, no month 1914", Item 005
  • "Correspondence, November-December, no month 1914", Item 007
  • "Correspondence, November-December, no month 1914", Item 016
  • "Correspondence, January 1915", Item 002
  • "Correspondence, January 1915", Item 004
  • "Correspondence, January 1915", Item 006
  • "Correspondence, January 1915", Item 008
  • "Correspondence, January 1915", Item 009
  • "Correspondence, January 1915", Item 010
  • "Correspondence, February 1915", Item 001
  • "Correspondence, February 1915", Item 003
  • "Correspondence, February 1915", Item 004
  • "Correspondence, February 1915", Item 005
  • "Correspondence, February 1915", Item 011
  • "Correspondence, February 1915", Item 013
  • "Correspondence, March-April 1915", Item 005
  • "Correspondence, March-April 1915", Item 006
  • "Correspondence, March-April 1915", Item 008
  • "Correspondence, March-April 1915", Item 010
  • "Correspondence, March-April 1915", Item 012
  • "Correspondence, March-April 1915", Item 013
  • "Correspondence, March-April 1915", Item 014

Virginia Untold: African American Narrative

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  • Alfred: Freedom Suit, Prince Edward County (Part 1 of 7)
  • Alfred: Freedom Suit, Prince Edward County (Part 2 of 7)
  • Alfred: Freedom Suit, Prince Edward County (Part 3 of 7)
  • Alfred: Freedom Suit, Prince Edward County (Part 4 of 7)
  • Alfred: Freedom Suit, Prince Edward County (Part 5 of 7)
  • Alfred: Freedom Suit, Prince Edward County (Part 7 of 7)
  • Isaac: Freedom Suit, Lynchburg City (Part 1 of 2)
  • Evans, Charles: Freedom Suit, Lynchburg City (Part 2 of 2)
  • Edwards, Jesse : Coroner's Inquisition, Rockbridge County
  • Cash, Jacob : Coroner's Inquisition, Bedford County
  • Evans, Samuel (M, 12): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Greene County
  • Mosby, Jordan (M): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Scott, Eliza Ross (7): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Joe (M): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Tyre, James (M, 6): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Maria (F): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Dickenson, Sam (M, 5): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Mary (F): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • William (4): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Willie (F, 10): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Poindexter, Edward (M, 8): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Poindexter, William (M, 12): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Kinney, Mary (F, 14): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Bramham, Polly Ann (F, 6): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Patterson, William (M, 9): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Kinney, Jane (F, 12): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Veney, Gates (M, 15): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Gillispie, Katy (F, 13): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Jefferson, Charles: Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Rawlings, James (11): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Wyatt, John (M, 17): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Paye, Maria (F, 7): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Louisa County
  • Scott, Wilson (M, 10): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Lynchburg City
  • Jinkings, Betsey (F, 9): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Lynchburg City
  • Stonum, Seaton (M, 5): Indenture of Apprenticeship, Lynchburg City

Unknown No Longer

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  • Deed of sale of Mary Wren to John Arnold of King George County, Virginia.
  • Deed of sale of William Coakley to John Arnold of King George County, Virginia.
  • Deed of Sale of Reuben D. Bullard to John Arnold of King George County, Virginia.
  • Deed of gift of Mrs. Jemimah Arnold to John Arnold of King George County, Virginia.
  • Bond, 1859, of William L. Couglin and James G. Maynard to Mary H. (Byrd) Claiborne concerning the hire of Henry Corbin, an African American slave.
  • Deed, 1738, of William Hobson, Northumberland County, Va., to Elizabeth Cary (Hobson) Hampton for six African-American slaves.
  • Authorization,1827, to Peyton Norvell to remove Clary, an African-American slave, from the plantation of Mrs. Sarah E. Lee, of Fairfax County, Va.
  • Deed of sale, 1842, of William Smith for two African-American slaves, Mana and Judith.
  • Petition, [ca. 1852], to the Virginia General Assembly.
  • Deed of trust, 1816, of Philip Grymes to Walter Healey of Middlesex County, Va., concerning African American slaves and a tract of land known as "Orange," for the benefit of Dr. Peyton Grymes.
  • Deed of sale, 1823, for land and African-American slaves owned by William Henderson, of Spotsylvania County, Va.
  • Bond, 1842, of William A. Baker and Richard G. Smith, of Hanover County, to George W. Price for the hire of a woman slave, Fanny.
  • Bond, 1842, of Dandrige Hudgings concerning a promissory note payable to Miles, an African American slave.
  • Affidavit, n.d., of Richard Davenport Sanxay concerning Ann Singleton, an emancipated African-American slave.
  • Deed, 1813, of Thomas Jefferson, "Monticello," Albemarle County, Va., to his grandson Thomas Jefferson Randolph, "Monticello," Albemarle County, Va., for African-American slaves.
  • Bond, 1853, of Joseph B. Jones and William Jones with J. F. Winfree for an African-American slave, Adam.
  • Bond, [1826?], of Claiborne Barksdale to pay Mrs. Paulina Cabell (Read) Legrand the sum of $40.00 for the hire of an African American slave, Isaac.
  • Deposition, 1791, Accomack County, Va.,  given by Wealthy Bayley, Sarah (Smith) Lyon, John Smith, and Garrot Topping concerning Southy, an African-American slave of Levin Joynes.
  • Will (copy), 1731, of Harry Beverley probated in Spotsylvania County, Va.
  • Bond, 1854, of William N. Bispham [Warrenton, Fauquier County, Va.] to the estate of John M[arshall] Washington concerning the hire of three African-American slaves.
  • Deed, 1817, of John Durbarrow Blair (of Richmond, Va.) conveyed to Mary (Winston) Blair concerning Mary, a young African-American slave (witnessed by Doctor James Blair).
  • Will (copy made by Valentine Peyton), 1698, of Andrew Gilson probated in Stafford County, Va.
  • Inventory (copy), 1707, of the estate of Thomas Gilson in Stafford County, Va., made by Elizabeth (Newton) Gilson Berryman.
  • Will, 1750, of Gilson Berryman probated in Stafford County, Va.
  • Bill of sale of Richard Lancaster (of Orange County, Va.) to Gilson Berryman for Mary, an African-American slave girl.
  • Will, 1802, of William Marshall Booker probated in Amelia County, Va.
  • Agreement, 1786, of William Bumpass with James McReynolds concerning the sale of an African American slave, Joe.
  • Certificate, 1864, issued by the Enrolling Office of Caroline County, Va., to John Roy Baylor for the impressment of two slaves, Paul and Jerry.
  • Agreement, 1762, with John Champe (d.1763), John Champe (d. 1774), and Anne (Carter) Champe Willis.
  • Deed, 1739, Spotsylvania County, [Va.], to James Davis for Robin, an African-American slave.
  • Writ of execution against William Spraggins.
  • Will, 1816, of Rawleigh Chinn probated in Loudoun County, Va., concerning the inheritance of two African American slaves, Eliza and Judy.
  • Bill of sale of John Hutcheson, of Henrico County, Va., to William Freeman, of Henrico County, Va., for Amanda, an African-American slave.
  • Bond, 1824, to pay Charles C. Johnston the sum of $50 for the hire of Godfrey, a young African American slave.
  • Affidavit, 1863, Fort Smith, Ark., concerning enlistment in the U. S. Army (Dept. of the Missouri, 2nd Colored Kansas Infantry Regiment).

Mary-Cooke Branch Munford Correspondence

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  • Folder 004 - "Alderman, Edwin A., 1916-1919", Item 015
  • Folder 004 - "Alderman, Edwin A., 1916-1919", Item 019
  • Folder 004 - "Alderman, Edwin A., 1916-1919", Item 030
  • Folder 005 - "Alderman, Edwin A., 1920-1926", Item 007
  • Folder 005 - "Alderman, Edwin A., 1920-1926", Item 010
  • Folder 007 - "B", Item 006
  • Folder 008 - "B", Item 003
  • Folder 008 - "B", Item 005
  • Folder 008 - "B", Item 011
  • Folder 008 - "B", Item 037
  • Folder 008 - "B", Item 046
  • Folder 012 - "Bruce, Philip Alexander, 1919-1921", Item 002
  • Folder 015 - "C", Item 028
  • Folder 019 - "Cannon, James E., Jr., 1913-1917", Item 006
  • Folder 019 - "Cannon, James E., Jr., 1913-1917", Item 009
  • Folder 019 - "Cannon, James E., Jr., 1913-1917", Item 010
  • Folder 001 - "D", Item 002
  • Folder 001 - "D", Item 003
  • Folder 001 - "D", Item 005
  • Folder 001 - "D", Item 026
  • Folder 001 - "D", Item 044
  • Folder 002 - "Davis, Lucy L., 1912-1917", Item 019
  • Folder 002 - "Davis, Lucy L., 1912-1917", Item 031
  • Folder 002 - "Davis, Lucy L., 1912-1917", Item 034
  • Folder 003 - "Davis, Westmoreland, 1917-1918", Item 006
  • Folder 003 - "Davis, Westmoreland, 1917-1918", Item 017
  • Folder 003 - "Davis, Westmoreland, 1917-1918", Item 019
  • Folder 010 - "Farmville - J. L. Jarman, 1910-1017", Item 020
  • Folder 010 - "Farmville - J. L. Jarman, 1910-1017", Item 022
  • Folder 013 - "G", Item 007
  • Folder 013 - "G", Item 029
  • Folder 013 - "G", Item 043
  • Folder 014 - "Gaines, Elizabeth V., 1913-1918", Item 011
  • Folder 015 - "Gannaway, D. M., 1912-1914", Item 010
  • Folder 019 - "Gordon, Armistead, 1912-1917", Item 002

Colonial Papers

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  • Letter of David Tupp, 1711 Jan. 5.
  • Patent of John Mossum, 1745 Mar. 20.
  • Account of expenses in running the boundary line between His Majesty and Lord Fairfax, 1747 Apr. 25.
  • Land grant of Lawrence Garr, 1751 Dec. 5.
  • Patent of Richard Epperson, 1755 Aug. 16.
  • Patent of Perrin Farrar, 1767 Sept. 10.
  • Land grant of George Mason, 1771 Oct. 9.
  • Fairfax Resolves
  • Petition of inhabitants of Albemarle and Buckingham, 1774 May 11.
  • Petition of inhabitants of Albemarle County, 1774 May 14.
  • Petition of sundry persons residing on or near the Fluvanna and Rivanna rivers, 1774 May 14.
  • Petition of Peaks of Otter Presbyterian Church, 1774 May 17.
  • Petition of inhabitants of Henrico County, 1774 May 23.
  • Petition of sundry persons possessed of lands adjoining Chickahominy Swamp, 1774 May 23.
  • Petition of freeholders and inhabitants of Henrico County, 1774 May 23.
  • Petition of the Hanover Presbytery, 1775 June 5.
  • Petition of the directors and managers for erecting a lighthouse on Cape Henry, 1775 June 15.