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Instructive Visiting Nurses Association records

Identifier: 90.Feb.7
Scope and Content Information The records are generally complete from 1900 to 1990. However, there are few or no records for the years 1943 to 1950. Series 1, History, contains two handwritten speeches by Miss Nannie Minor. One is thought to be her 1902 speech given to the Womens' Club of Richmond: the other is her 1910 report to the Board of Trustees. There are histories of the IVNA, written various persons. Also included are histories of the Social Workers', Camp Harrison, and Crippled Children's Clinic....
Dates: 1902-1999

Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: M 321
Scope and Content The materials in this collection range from 1936 to 1999 and include correspondence, treasurer's reports, meeting minutes, photographs, yearbooks, news clippings, and ephemera from the Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond. The collection highlights the annual events and the meetings of the organization. The majority of the presidents of the Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond are referred to by their husband's name. Occasionally, their first names were included in...
Dates: 1936-1999

Ray A. Jackson papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: M 500
Scope and Content Series 1: Correspondence Correspondence from Ray Jackson home while stationed in Europe, covering the years 1944-1946. A few early 1946 letters are mistakenly dated 1945. Letters are addressed to his mother, father and/or brother. Series 2: Photographs. Includes photographs from Jackson's time in the Army during WWII and the Richmond City Public Works. Series 3: Printed....
Dates: 1944-2011

Henry C. Johnston papers

 Collection — Container: Small Collections 2
Identifier: 2013.Jan.7
Scope and Content This is a small, but notable collection as it contains items from the last class to matriculate at the University College of Medicine and it bridges the gap of the two medical schools. This collection includes documents and photographs from 1912-1938. Materials include an illustrated note from a colleague, Johnston's UCM acceptance letter, matriculation card for the 1912-1913 session, first year report card, certificates of completion for his sophmore and junior years, 1916 graduation...
Dates: 1912-1938

Saul Kay papers

Identifier: 2014.Apr.3
Scope and Contents The collection is composed mostly of Kay's diplomas and certificates related to his medical education and career along with a prescription and treament notebook, photographs, official documents (medical licence), a letter from the MCV Pathology Department, and a resolution from the Richmond Symphony. It also includes some diplomas and certificates for his wife, Grace Calef Kay, who attended New York Medical College and completed a residency at Harlem Hospital in New York at the same time as...
Dates: 1939 - 2000

George F. Keesee collection

Identifier: 1986.Sep.17
Scope and Contents

The core of this collection is Keesee's dental office ledgers which are complete for the years of his practice (1869-1924). A typicial entry includes the work done, a price, and payment made. There is also a collection of speeches written by Keesee, as well as some memorabilia. The collection does not include any materials documenting Keesee's work with the Masons, or the dental associations in which he belonged.

Dates: 1869-1924

George Stevenson Kemp papers

Identifier: M 240
Scope and Content Information

The collection includes Mr. Kemp's working papers, correspondence, files and reports relating to the city of Richmond. The bulk of the materials focus on the years Mr. Kemp was active in the Richmond City Council (1980-1984).

Dates: 1964-1986

James B. Kenley Collection

Identifier: 90.Dec.37
Scope and Content

This collection spans the length of Kenley's tenure with the Virginia Department of Health as well as some of his work with Virginia Commonwealth University. The bulk of the collection is speeches made from 1981-1986 while he was the Virginia Commissioner of Health.

Dates: 1981-1986

Guy Kinman papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: M 335
Scope and Contents Papers, 1984-1993, of Guy M. Kinman, Jr., of Richmond, Virginia, consisting of correspondence, clippings, notes, and a paper written by Scott Barksdale on Guy Kinman titled "Guy Kinman: Leadership in the Gay and Lesbian Movement." Material concerns lesbian and gay rights issues both locally and nationally during the period 1984-1993. Correspondence principally exchanged between Kinman and national, state and local political leaders including Governor Gerald Baliles, then state senator...
Dates: 1984-1993

John Edward Lawler papers

Identifier: M 148
Scope and Contents The bulk of the collection consists of materials created or acquired by John Edward Lawler in the course of his professional life. The papers contain material for potential research in law enforcement, counter-espionage and intelligence, labor relations, law enforcement, and politics of the Richmond area. The papers are particularly rich in the areas of law enforcement and training. There is a great wealth of material from Lawler's career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation...
Dates: 1924-1974

League of Women Voters of the Richmond Area records

Identifier: M 18
Scope and Contents The collection includes minutes, correspondence, annual as well as other reports, newsletters, newspaper clippings, notes, various publications and other materials. The date range of the collection, from the early 1920's until the present, spans the history of the organization. There seems to be some minutes missing from the years 1939 through 1945.Much of the correspondence from the 1970s focuses on the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment and includes letters to and from Virginia's U.S....
Dates: 1920-1997

Heslip M. "Happy" Lee papers

Identifier: M 322
Scope and Contents The Heslip M. "Happy" Lee, consists primarily of correspondence, committee work, writings, and publications and newspaper clippings. The bulk of the material is from 1950-2003. The correspondence section of the collection is rich with details on Lee's activities as executive deirector of the Virginia Council on Human Relations in the early 1960s and as a consultant in the late 1960s and 1970s to various educational, urban, and community programs in North Carolina, Georgia, and...
Dates: 1915 - 2003; Majority of material found within 1949 - 2003

Mary Sinton Leitch papers

Identifier: M 52
Scope and Contents The Mary Sinton Leitch papers, 1929-1954, 1968 is a collection of her personal works and papers. The papers consist primarily of early drafts of Leitch’s writing, draft publications, and correspondence with poets and publishers. This collection provides a unique look into Leitch’s creative process and her career as a woman writer in central Virginia during the early and mid 20th century. Series 1: Stage Plays and Short Stories contains multiple working drafts of Leitch's works of...
Dates: 1929-1954, 1968

Larry Levis papers

Identifier: M 426
Scope and Contents The Larry Levis papers consist of materials created and accumulated by Levis, his colleagues, and members of his family. Materials date from 1974 to 2006 and document Levis’s literary career and legacy, his career in academia, and aspects of his personal life. The great majority of Series 1: Correspondence is made up of letters, cards, notes, and postcards received by Levis as well as a lesser number of letters written by Levis. Correspondents include friends, colleagues, family...
Dates: 1974-2006

Annie Laurie Miffleton Linton papers

Identifier: 1986.Sep.21
Scope and Content This is a small collection of items which includes Linton's nursing diploma, a temporary permit to practice from the Graduate Nurses Examining Board of Virginia, a certificate from the Virginia Nurses Board of Examiners, a photograph of her nursing class, and another in her uniform, all from 1922. Also included is a certificate from the Texas Nurses Board of Examiners, 1926 and an article about Linton receiving the Community Betterment Award from the Norfolk Junior Woman's Club in 1978 for...
Dates: 1922, 1926, 1978

Calvin T. Lucy Papers

Identifier: M 172
Scope and Content Information The collection consists of Mr. Lucy's personal correspondence, church files and mementos. Mr. Lucy's professional records for the Laurus Company and WRVA Radio-Television in Richmond, Virginia comprised a large portion of the collection. The materials cover the years 1914 to 1978. Also included in the collection are documents concerning the establishment of educational television in Virginia, several phonograph records, news clippings photographs and travel/historical brochures on...
Dates: 1914-1978

Abraham Judah Lyons collection

Identifier: M 151
Scope and Contents

The collection includes a prayer book, prayer shawl, and yarmulka which belonged to Abraham Judah Lyons.

Dates: 1878

Harry Lyons papers

Identifier: Acc. 23
Scope and Contents The collection focuses on Lyons' writings, articles, clippings, photographs, and awards covering his professional career and tenure as Dean of the School of Dentistry, Medical College of Virginia, 1948-1979. The body of the collection is his papers and addresses. Lyons professional work was in periodontology, which deals with diseases of the gums These papers focus on problems and solutions related to this specialty, improving dental education, professional ethics. The collection also...
Dates: 1948-1987

Edgar E. MacDonald papers

Identifier: M 142
Scope and Contents The materials in this collection range from 1654 to 1990 and include correspondence, articles, reviews, drafts of published work, photographs and clippings. The bulk of the material can be found in the 1970- 1980 date range. There is extensive information on James Branch Cabell, Ellen Glasgow and the Edgeworth/Mordecai relationship. Activities of the Ellen Glasgow Society and the Virginia Writer's Club, to a lesser extent, are also documented. Clipping for "Rain" RTD 10/31/24 fragile note...
Dates: 1933-1993

Elizabeth Magie papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: M 531
Scope and Content This collection is comprised of two notebooks and four reports relating to Magie's coursework at Richmond Professional Institute, School of Store Services Education from 1942 to 1943. In addition to her research, the reports often contain sketches, charts, and clippings. Magie's work provides insight into the effect the war had on the fashions of the day. She includes clippings related to the call for reduced consumption of cloth and clothing to avoid rationing, the difficulty women had in...
Dates: 1942-1943

Making of Virginia Architecture Collection

Identifier: M 383
Scope and Content Records were collected from 1988 to 1994 by Dr. Brownell in the course of researching and writing the book, and preparing for the exhibition. The bulk of the material consists of notes and correspondence related to chapter 6 of the book, "The Survey: A Selection of Virginia Architectural Drawings, Studies, Models 1719-1990". This chapter contains detailed histories and architectural plans of Virginia buildings and monuments. Folder names beginning with "catalogue entry" refer to entries in...
Dates: 1988-1994

Dr. Richard Campbell Manson Papers

Identifier: 2001.Nov.5
Scope and Content Information The majority of the Manson papers are devoted to his affiliation with the 45th during and after the war. Series I contains mostly notes from meetings, memos and correspondences from members of t he 45th. The topics usually discussed were planning for annual meeting, dinner, and reunion. Series II consists of professional documents concerning Dr. Manson's affiliation with the Richmond Dermatological Society, Virginia Dermatological Society, and the Southeastern...
Dates: 1934-1967

Socrates Maupin papers

Identifier: Acc.49
Scope and Contents

The collection consists of two letters related to Maupin's appointment as professor of chemistry and pharmacy at the Medical Department of Hampden-Sydney College, letter from Dr. Augustus L. Warner to Maupin advising him of his election as professor of chemistry and pharmacy at the Medical Department of Hampden-Sidney College and Maupin's acceptance of the appointment.

Dates: 1837

Mary Tyler Freeman Cheek McClenahan papers

Identifier: M 302
Scope and Contents The collection includes correspondence, notes, clippings, various organizational minutes, reports and files, drafts of speeches, manuscripts and published materials dating from 1933 through 1993. The bulk of the collection dates from the late 1970s through the early 1990s and focuses on Mrs. McClenahan's involvement on issues of race, housing, historic preservation, and Richmond revitalization.The organizational records in the collection include material from many of Richmond's...
Dates: 1930-1999

Warren A. McNeill papers

Identifier: M 213-273
Scope and Contents

Correspondence, manuscripts, newspaper clippings, periodicals, and miscellany relating to McNeill's Cabell studies.

Dates: 1928-1984

Brian McRoberts collection of Virginia State Capitol Materials

Identifier: M 386
Scope and Contents

The collection, dated 1994-2002, includes McRoberts's drawings, papers, and correspondence as a Virginia Commonwealth University student. It also includes letters written by Dr. Charles Brownell and members of the McRoberts family. The papers in the collection serve as a foundation for students to conduct further research in American architecture.

Dates: 1994 - 2002

Patrick McSweeney papers

Identifier: M 280
Scope and Contents The collection covers Mr. McSweeney's involvement in water issues in the Richmond area from 1958-1987. There is only one item from 1958 and the bulk of the collection ranges from 1977 to 1985. The collection particularly covers his involvement with the R.R.P.D.C., which he joined in 1977. The R.R.P.D.C. water materials cover many topics. The bulk of it concerns the Richmond-Crater 208 program, which was a coalition of Richmond and Petersburg R.R.P.D.C. members as well as private citizens...
Dates: 1958-1987

MCV Foundation/Monumental Church records

Identifier: 2005.Jun.13
Scope and Contents

The collection includes minutes of the Monumental Church Endowment, correspondence with J. Ambler Johnston who oversaw the early renovation. Also included are clippings and articles relating to the Church and its members. The Collection focuses on the time of its first renovation from 1960-1965. It does not cover activity of the congregation or of the years of University ownership.

Dates: 1957-1965

Medical College of Virginia Dental Class of 1951 newsletters

Identifier: 2001.Nov.10
Scope and Contents The newsletter is for and by the membership of the Medical College of Virginia's dentistry class of 1951. It contains personal information shared among class members including personal and professional accomplishments, membership roster, photographs, and observations of the dental field. Additional materials were added to the collection in 2011 relating to the 60th class reunion celebration. These materials include thank you letters from the alumni and family members who attended...
Dates: 1952-2011

Edward Meeks "Pope" Gregory papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: M 346
Scope and Contents

The materials in this collection range from 1967 to 1995 and include correspondence with local churches and individuals; organizational files from the Commission of Human Sexuality and the Commission on Human Relations, Dignity / Integrity; photographs; and publications that encompass gay activism at local and national levels during the 1970s.

Dates: 1967-1995

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