A Guide to the Memorial Foundation for Children Records, 1811-2006 (bulk 1926-1999) Memorial Foundation for Children Records, 1811-2006 (bulk 1926-1999) 42432

A Guide to the Memorial Foundation for Children Records, 1811-2006 (bulk 1926-1999)

A Collection in
the Library of Virginia
Accession Number 42432


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Processed by: Renee M. Savits

Repository
Library of Virginia
Accession number
42432
Title
Memorial Foundation for Children Records, 1811-2006 (bulk 1926-1999)
Physical Characteristics
24.4 cu. ft. (80 boxes)
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

THE CASE FILES, 1891-1957 (SERIES III) ARE RESTRICTED FOR 75 YEARS FROM THE DATE WHEN THE FILE WAS CLOSED. ANNUALLY CASE FILES WILL BECOME UNRESTRICTED AS THE 75-YEAR TIME PERIOD PASSES. NAMES OF THE CHILDREN CONTAINED WITHIN THE CASE FILES WILL NOT BE MADE AVAILABLE UNTIL THEIR FILES ARE OPEN. THE ONLY EXCEPTION TO THE 75-YEAR DATE RESTRICTION IS FOR INDIVIDUALS WHOSE FILES ARE CONTAINED IN THE COLLECTION. PROPER IDENTIFICATION MUST BE PRESENTED IN THOSE CASES BY THE INDIVIDUAL SEEKING TO VIEW THEIR FILES.

DUE TO THE CONFIDENTIAL NATURE OF THE RECORDS ALL RESEARCHERS MUST COMPLETE A LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA RESEARCH AGREEMENT FORM BEFORE ACCESSING THE COLLECTION.

Preferred Citation

Memorial Foundation for Children. Records, 1811-2006 (bulk 1926-1999). Accession 42432, Organization records collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Acquisition Information

Gift of the Memorial Foundation for Children, 2006 (Accession 42432).

Gift of the Memorial Foundation for Children, through Mrs. Edwin Cox, 1966 (Accession 26532).


Biographical/Historical Information

According to several written histories, the story of the Memorial Foundation for Children of Richmond began in 1805 when a young homeless girl presented herself at the door of Mrs. Jean Moncure Wood, wife of Governor James E. Wood. Realizing the lack of shelter for homeless children in the city, Mrs. Wood decided to find a way to create a refuge for homeless girls. With the help of Mrs. Philip Norborne Nicholas, Mrs. Edward J. Carrington, and Mrs John Bell, among others, the Female Humane Association was formed in 1807 for "...the relief and comfort of distressed females, and for the maintenance and instruction of destitute white female children residing in the City of Richmond." Initially the society was formed to care for adult women and children, but soon decided to focus all of its efforts on aiding needy children.

In 1810 Major William Duval offered the Association two lots to build a home and the Female Humane Association of the City of Richmond was incorporated by Act of the General Assembly of Virginia on 8 January 1811. In 1813 the first home was built on the corner of St. John's and Charity Streets in Richmond. The organization solicited members and money to expand their organization and housed a number of full time and day boarders. In 1841 the Association received large bequests from the Amicable Society and the estate of Edmund Walls. The Amicable Society, which had been founded in 1788 to relieve strangers in distress, donated more than half its investment to the Association. The estate of Edmund Walls also gave a generous bequest to construct a new building. A new house was built on the corner of Seventh and Leigh Streets and opened May 1843. The Association prospered and had fifty girls living there. Some of the girls were bound out or indentured and some of the younger ones were adopted. The home continued operations during the Civil War and by 1878 the building was enlarged and held seventy-three girls.

On 3 September 1892 a fire broke out at the building and temporary shelter was found for the children at the Eustace-Grant house on Twelfth street. In 1916 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Nolting loaned the Association money to purchase a farmhouse and several adjoining acres at the north side of the city. The organization soon outgrew the farmhouse and in 1923 a new building was constructed, a gift of Mr. and Mrs. Frederic William Scott, as a memorial to Mrs. Scott's mother, Mary Cameron Buford. In 1921 the name, Female Humane Association, was changed to Memorial Home for Girls. In 1922 the school received the first license issued in Virginia to a child-care institution by the Department of Welfare and Institutions. The Memorial Home continued to provide a home for children, along with an education and training to find positions in the outside world.

During the 1920's and 1930's the trend of welfare work was to do away with private homes, substituting state-run institutions, and placing children in private boarding homes. There was a decline in the number of applicants for the Memorial Home for Girls and yet an increase in serious behavioral problems of the children in the home. After a study of the Memorial Home and the needs of society by Dr. Esther Loring Richards of the Phipps Clinic of John Hopkins University, the organization made some radical changes. The Memorial Home for Girls began specializing in the treatment of emotionally disturbed girls and boys in a residential unit and day-care treatment center. The home also worked closely with the Children's Memorial Clinic, an organization founded by Richmond residents and funded by the Community Fund of New York. The Memorial Home provided residence for the children, while the Clinic provided clinical services. In 1946 the Children's Memorial Clinic expanded to accept adults and changed its name to the Memorial Guidance Clinic. Also in 1946 the Memorial Home for Girls was renamed the Memorial Foundation. The two organizations worked closely together to provide guidance and psychological services to the maladjusted children (admitting boys in 1946). The children at the Foundation came to the home because they needed treatment for the various problems, anxieites, and emotional injuries. Both the Clinic and the Foundation resided on the same land given by the Scotts. In 1961 the Foundation built a home for children needing day care.

In 1962 the Memorial Foundation changed its name to Memorial Foundation for Children to mark a clearer distinction between the Clinic and the Foundation. Again, the organization decided to redefine the roles of the Foundation and Clinic programs. A recommendation was made by Dr. Reginald Lourie, Director of the Department of Psychiatry at the Children's Hospital in Washington, D.C., that the residential program be closed and the Foundation focus on the Day Care Center and psychiatric care. In 1967 the residential program was closed and the Day Care Center was made available to the Richmond Public Schools for special programming. The Foundation funded the cost of special education programs held by the Richmond Public Schools at the Day Care Center until 1970, when it was decided that the City of Richmond should finance its own special education programs.

In 1970 new tax laws were established which made the Foundation no longer a tax exempt orgainzation. Instead of becoming a public institution, the Foundation chose to remain private and make yet another radical operating change. In 1972 the Foundation decided to change from an operating organization to one providing financial aid to other charitable groups. Since 1972 the Memorial Foundation for Children has increased the number of tax-exempt organizations it has been able to help. Financial assistance continues to be given to projects appropriate to the Foundation's interest for the well being of children in the Richmond area. Members of the Grants Committee are changed each year and in 1998 the Board voted to employ a grants coordinator. The Memorial Foundation for Children recently celebrated its 201st Anniversary and continues to provide grants and financial aid to local charitable groups.

For further information on the history of the organizations, please consult Series II: Administrative Records. Several published pamphlets, notes, and a masters thesis further document the history of the organization.

Scope and Content

Records, 1811-2006, of the Memorial Foundation for Children of Richmond, Virginia. Includes admittance books, annual reports, case files, charters, clippings, constitutions and bylaws, contracts, correspondence, grant files, histories, minutes, photographs, reports, and scrapbooks documenting the history of the organization. The papers are organized into three series. Series have been designated for: Series I. Grant files; Series II. Administrative records; and Series III. Case files. The records document the organizations role in supporting and helping needy children in Richmond for over 200 years.

SERIES I: GRANT FILES, 1993-1999

The Grant files are housed in 21 boxes and arranged chronologically by year and then alphabetically by the organization's name. Included are annual reports, board rosters, clippings, correspondence, financial statements, grant forms, newsletters, notes, reports, and tax information. This series includes information on grants extended by the Memorial Foundation for Children Grants Committee to local non-profit charitable organizations focusing on children and teen programs, mainly in the Richmond area.

Types of programs include anti-drug counseling, self esteem issues, race relations, training for child care providers, financial aid, after school programs, health issues, efforts to help single parents and at risk children, etc. At the end of the grant term the organizations were required to submit a grant summary report detailing the use of the funds. These reports are included and are very informative. The folders also often included notes on previous grants approved by the council. Grants were issued no more than 2 years in a row to an organization. Letters are included accepting or rejecting the grant applications.

The Grants Committee supported numerous organizations such as: American Red Cross, Arts Council of Richmond, Bon Secours, Boys and Girls Club of Richmond, Children's Hospital, Children's Museum of Richmond, Coal Pitt Learning Center, Downtown Presents, Family and Children's Services, Garfield F. Childs Memorial Fund, Goochland Family and Fellowship Services, Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens, Robert E. Lee School, Math and Science Center Foundation, MCV Arts in the Hospital, Memorial Child Guidance Clinic, Mary Munford Elementary School, Prevent Blindness Virginia, Richmond Symphony, Theatre IV, Virginia Historical Society, Virginia Opera, and the Richmond YMCA.

SERIES II: ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS, 1811-2006

The Administrative records are housed in 20 boxes and arranged alphabetically by folder title. Included are accounts, admittance books, budgets, charters, clippings, constitutions and bylaws, contracts, correspondence, histories, insurance policies, minutes, photographs, reports, and scrapbooks documenting the history of the Memorial Foundation for Children.

Of note is a copy of Virginia House Bill No. 33, An Act of Incorporation for the Female Humane Society, establishing the organization on 8 January 1811. Also of note are charter amendments, 1874-1924, copies of the bylaws and constitution, 1811-2001, and minutes, 1871-1992. Numerous histories were written about the organization including, "A Brief History of the Memorial Foundation of Richmond, Virginia, 1805-1954," thesis written by Marymor Sanborn for William and Mary College; "Memorial Foundation for Children, 1805-1965," by Virginia Cox; and "A History of the Memorial Foundation for Children, 1805-2005," edited by Mrs. William G. Ellyson.

The admittance books, 1850-1966, contain names of children, date admitted and discharged, age, parents names, and notes whether they were discharged, adopted, or bound out. Also included are two apprentice forms, 1829 and 1900, for children bound. Names of children admitted can also be found in the minute books. These records are protected by confidentiality rules and use of the records must follow the restrictions noted in the Library of Virginia Research Agreement form. The case files, 1891-1957, contain more complete files on children who resided at the home but these are closed for 75 years from the last date on the file.

Financial records include account books, 1858-1891, and 1936-1965, documenting dues collected, salaries paid, stock interest, taxes, and utilities; budgets, 1956-1970; cash receipt sheets, 1967; list of securities, 1900-1919; reports on audit, 1931-1941; statement of accounts, 1931-1941; taxes, 1966-1967; and endowment funds, 1841-1971. The endowment funds files include information on bequeaths left to the Memorial Foundation by the estates of William Barrett, Elizabeth W. Fry (d. 1895), Ann Hubbard (d. 1867), Fannie R. Pollard (d. 1949), Mann S. Valentine (1786-1865), and Edmund Walls (d. 1841). Also included is information regarding grants by the Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation, 1959-1970.

Included is correspondence, 1971-1975, with Collins Denny III, a lawyer with Mays, Valentine, Davenport & Moore, regarding the changes in tax status and the decision by the foundation to remain a private organization. Other correspondence includes letters of recommendations for employees, 1964-1966; agreements and correspondence between the Memorial Home for Girls and the Children's Memorial Clinic; and correspondence, 1964-1966, regarding holiday closings of the center. Included in the general correspondence is a letter, 11 May 1867, from B. Sears, agent of the Peabody Educational Fund, regarding a change in funding; letter, 11 December 1875, from H.D. Taliaferro, accepting the position of physician at the institute; letter, 8 September 1892, from the Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia, regarding the fire at the home and damages; and letters, 1895, regarding bequeaths to the institute. Includes letters, 1940-1942, from people offering to provide foster homes to the children of the institute, and letters, 1958-1965, regarding charitable contributions by members of the community.

Also included are insurance policies, 1953-1969; report of trustees, 1900-1919; rules for children, 1925; contracts with the Richmond Public Schools, 1967-1971; and claims for the Milk Fund, issued by the National School Lunch and Special Milk Programs, 1963-1966. The Day Care Center records, 1960-1969, include annual reports, financial information, list day care staff, and construction related records. The deeds, 1968-1972, relate to the sale of the buildings by the Memorial Foundation for Children to the Psychiatric Institute of Richmond. Also included are official permits, 1950-1970, to establish a kitchen and day care; payroll records, 1964-1968; A Personal and Procedural Survey of Memorial Foundation by Dr. Reginald S. Lourie, 1954; and property and building expenses, 1922-1972. In 1965 the Foundation sponsored an train to the Preakness Race in Baltimore, Maryland, proceeds donated to the Foundation. Included is correspondence, report, brochures, advertisement, and financial papers relating to the charity event. Also included is a list of Board of Directors and Presidents of the Memorial Foundation for Children 1805 to 2006.

Photographs, 1925-2000, include images of children, teachers, and buildings. Included are numerous identified photographs of children, c. 1964-1965, containing age, date entered residence, and date of photograph. More of these images can be found in the scrapbook, c. 1958-1959. Also included are images of children during special events such as birthday parties, Easter, and Christmas, and a photograph album from the 1960's. Some of the earlier images, c. 1925-1940 include group photographs of the children at a picnic and in front of a school building. Included are photographs of the interior and exterior of the home c. 1940 and photographs of the main building, interior, farm house, day care, and George Cottage taken in 2003. Also includes two scrapbooks: One scrapbook, c. 1958-1959, contains photographs of children at the home, many of which are identified. Similar images can be found in the loose photographs, c. 1965-1965. The second scrapbook, c. 1960, regards autism in children. Oversize photographs include a group of girls, ca. 1930, and two photographs of a group of boys at the work shop, c. 1930.

SERIES III: CASE FILES, 1891-1957

The Case files are housed in 34 boxes and are arranged chronologically by the year the file becomes available to the public and then alphabetically by last name. All of the files are restricted for 75 years after the case closing date. As the cases are opened, the names of the children will be made available. Included are admission applications, medical records, family histories, psychological evaluations, photographs, birth certificates, school records, correspondence, and case worker notes. The case files include very detailed personal information on the childs family, mental abilities, and physical health, and should be treated in a confidential manner.

The admission applications contain genealogical information including parent and relatives names, birth dates, reasons for placing the child in the home, school record, mental ability, physical condition, family background, and date the child left the home. Included are medical records and notes from physical examinations of the children, sometimes including photographs of the child in the doctors office, and examination certificates from the Richmond Tuberculosis Association. Often a copy of the childs birth certificate is also included. Includes psychological summaries, exams and reports, including test results from the Stanford Revision Binet-Simon Tests. A summary of the childs background, developmental story, medical examination, and notes by the case worker is included. The most informative record can be found in the Child's Personal Record. The Child's Personal Record includes detailed information on the supervision and development of the child, indicating notes on the initial visit with the child, placement of the child in the home, history of the child, date returned home, and visits to the family after the child has returned home. Often sisters were admitted to the home together and files relating to the sisters are intermingled. It is therefore necessary to check all the files relating to the family to obtain all information on the child.

Included is correspondence from parents, children, physicians, case workers, judges, and other institutions. Many of the children were recommended to the Home from various institutions such as the Children's Home Society of Virginia, Children's Aid Society of Richmond, Children's Memorial Clinic, and the Department of Public Welfare. Correspondence is included from the children while in the Home asking for leave or while on vacation. Also included are letters from the girls after they left the home requesting letters of recommendation or including wedding invitations and birth announcements. Some girls ran away and included are letters with sheriffs in other cities/states regarding the capture of the runaways. Included is correspondence with the parents regarding finances and care for their children. Some case files include letters from the Home Superintendent regarding the family situation and suggestions as how to improve their family life. School records include report cards and graduation certificates.

The Scrapbook contains records similar to the case files and in some cases information can be found in both the case files and the scrapbook. Instances where additional information can be found in the scrapbook is marked by an asterisk on the list of children's names. The scrapbooks include correspondence, photographs, physician certificates and notes, court orders, applications, and notes. Of note are photographs of the girls when they entered the home and corresponding photographs of when they left the home. The scrapbook contains a full name index. Closed until 2007.

Arrangement

Arranged into three series: Series I. Grant files, 1993-2001; Series II. Administrative records, 1811-2005; Series III. Case files, 1891-1957.

Contents List

Series I: Grant files, 1993-2001
Boxes: 1-21
Extent: 8.3 cu. ft.
  • Box 1
    Folder 1
    1993, American Red Cross, Greater Richmond Chapter
  • Box 1
    Folder 2
    1993, Andrew's Buddies
  • Box 1
    Folder 3
    1993, Arts Council of Richmond
  • Box 1
    Folder 4
    1993, Arts in Education
  • Box 1
    Folder 5
    1993, Bon Secours, St. Mary's Health Care Foundation
  • Box 1
    Folder 6
    1993, Boy Scouts of America, Robert E. Lee Council
  • Box 1
    Folder 7
    1993, Camp Holiday Trails
  • Box 1
    Folder 8
    1993, Capital Area Victim-Offender Reconciliation Program (CAVORP)
  • Box 1
    Folder 9
    1993, Carver Area Civic Improvement League, SRO Housing of Richmond
  • Box 1
    Folder 10
    1993, Catholic Charities of Richmond
  • Box 1
    Folder 11
    1993, Children's Hospital
  • Box 1
    Folder 12
    1993, Christian Day School
  • Box 1
    Folder 13
    1993, Coal Pitt Learning Center
  • Box 1
    Folder 14
    1993, Commonwealth Girl Scout Council of Virginia
  • Box 1
    Folder 15
    1993, Commonwealth Parenting Center
  • Box 1
    Folder 16
    1993, Commonwealth Players Theatre Virginia
  • Box 1
    Folder 17
    1993, Cross-Over Ministry
  • Box 2
    Folder 1
    1993, Dispute Resolution Center
  • Box 2
    Folder 2
    1993, Elk Hill Farm
  • Box 2
    Folder 3
    1993, Family and Children's Service
  • Box 2
    Folder 4
    1993, Friends Association for Children
  • Box 2
    Folder 5
    1993, G.H. Reid Elementary School
  • Box 2
    Folder 6
    1993, Garfield Childs Memorial Foundation
  • Box 2
    Folder 7
    1993, Girl Scouts of Richmond
  • Box 2
    Folder 8
    1993, Goochland Fellowship and Family Service
  • Box 2
    Folder 9
    1993, Governor's School
  • Box 2
    Folder 10
    1993, Grace and Holy Trinity Child Care Center
  • Box 2
    Folder 11
    1993, Grace House
  • Box 2
    Folder 12
    1993, Hand Workshop
  • Box 2
    Folder 13
    1993, Jackson-Feild Homes
  • Box 2
    Folder 14
    1993, Learning Disabilities Council
  • Box 2
    Folder 15
    1993, Leary Educational Foundation, Timber Ridge School
  • Box 2
    Folder 16
    1993, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
  • Box 3
    Folder 1
    1993, Math and Science Center Foundation
  • Box 3
    Folder 1a
    1993, Mental Health Association of Virginia
  • Box 3
    Folder 2
    1993, Minority Youth Appreciation Society
  • Box 3
    Folder 3
    1993, National Society to Prevent Blindness, Virginia affiliate
  • Box 3
    Folder 4
    1993, Old Dominion Emergency Medical Services Alliance (ODEMSA)
  • Box 3
    Folder 4a
    1993, Parents of Murdered Children
  • Box 3
    Folder 5
    1993, Peter Paul Development Center
  • Box 3
    Folder 6
    1993, Prison Visitation Program
  • Box 3
    Folder 7
    1993, Richmond Ballet
  • Box 3
    Folder 8
    1993, Richmond Chaplaincy Service
  • Box 3
    Folder 9
    1993, Richmond Community of Caring
  • Box 3
    Folder 10
    1993, Richmond Community High School
  • Box 3
    Folder 11
    1993, Richmond Symphony
  • Box 3
    Folder 12
    1993, Riverside School
  • Box 3
    Folder 13
    1993, Robert E. Lee School
  • Box 3
    Folder 14
    1993, Sacred Heart Center
  • Box 3
    Folder 15
    1993, St. Joseph's Villa
  • Box 3
    Folder 16
    1993, Science Museum of Virginia
  • Box 3
    Folder 17
    1993, Stargate
  • Box 3
    Folder 18
    1993, Theatre IV
  • Box 3
    Folder 19
    1993, Union Theological Seminary, Family Child Care Network
  • Box 3
    Folder 20
    1993, VCU, School of Performing Arts
  • Box 3a
    Folder 1
    1993, Virginia Foundation for the Exceptional Child and Adolescent
  • Box 3a
    Folder 2
    1993, Virginia Historical Society
  • Box 3a
    Folder 3
    1993, Virginia Home for Boys
  • Box 3a
    Folder 4
    1993, Virginia Institute of Pastoral Care
  • Box 3a
    Folder 5
    1993, Virginia Museum Foundation
  • Box 3a
    Folder 6
    1993, Virginia Special Olympics
  • Box 3a
    Folder 7
    1993, William Byrd Community House
  • Box 4
    Folder 1
    1994, American Red Cross, Greater Richmond Chapter
  • Box 4
    Folder 2
    1994, Arts Council of Richmond
  • Box 4
    Folder 3
    1994, Bainbridge and Blackwell Community Development Corporation
  • Box 4
    Folder 4
    1994, Boy Scouts of America, Robert E. Lee Council
  • Box 4
    Folder 5
    1994, Boys and Girls Club of Richmond
  • Box 4
    Folder 6
    1994, Boys Home
  • Box 4
    Folder 7
    1994, Camp Holiday Trails
  • Box 4
    Folder 8
    1994, Cavorp
  • Box 4
    Folder 9
    1994, Central Virginia Educational Telecommunications Corporation
  • Box 4
    Folder 9a
    1994, Central Virginia Food Bank
  • Box 4
    Folder 10
    1994, Childhood Language Center at Richmond
  • Box 4
    Folder 11
    1994, Coal Pitt Learning Center
  • Box 4
    Folder 12
    1994, Cross-Over Ministry
  • Box 4
    Folder 13
    1994, Dispute Resolution Center
  • Box 4
    Folder 13a
    1994, Elijah House Academy
  • Box 4
    Folder 14
    1994, Emergency Shelter Inc.
  • Box 4
    Folder 15
    1994, Family and Children's Service
  • Box 4
    Folder 16
    1994, Girls Club of Richmond
  • Box 4
    Folder 17
    1994, Goochland Fellowship and Family Service
  • Box 4
    Folder 18
    1994, Good News Ministries Inc.
  • Box 4
    Folder 19
    1994, Grace and Holy Trinity Child Care Center
  • Box 4
    Folder 20
    1994, Grace House
  • Box 4
    Folder 20a
    1994, IVNA Home Health Care
  • Box 4
    Folder 21
    1994, Leary Educational Foundation, Timber Ridge School
  • Box 4
    Folder 22
    1994, Mary Munford Elementary School
  • Box 5
    Folder 1
    1994, Mathematics and Science Center
  • Box 5
    Folder 2
    1994, Maymont
  • Box 5
    Folder 3
    1994, Mental Health Association of Virginia
  • Box 5
    Folder 4
    1994, Minority Youth Appreciation Society
  • Box 5
    Folder 5
    1994, North Richmond Family YMCA
  • Box 5
    Folder 6
    1994, Peter Paul Development Center
  • Box 5
    Folder 7
    1994, Prison Visitation Program
  • Box 5
    Folder 8
    1994, Rainbow Games
  • Box 5
    Folder 9
    1994, Refugee and Immigration Services of the Catholic Diocese of Richmond
  • Box 5
    Folder 10
    1994, Richmond Community High School Advisory Board
  • Box 5
    Folder 11
    1994, Richmond Public Schools, Thirteen Acres School
  • Box 5
    Folder 12
    1994, Richmond Symphony
  • Box 5
    Folder 13
    1994, Richmond Theatre Company for Children of Virginia
  • Box 5
    Folder 14
    1994, Riverside School
  • Box 5
    Folder 15
    1994, Sacred Heart Center
  • Box 5
    Folder 16
    1994, St. James's Children's Center
  • Box 5
    Folder 17
    1994, St. Joseph's Villa
  • Box 5
    Folder 18
    1994, Salvation Army
  • Box 5
    Folder 19
    1994, SPARC
  • Box 5
    Folder 20
    1994, Stargate
  • Box 5
    Folder 21
    1994, Theatre IV
  • Box 5
    Folder 22
    1994, Tuckahoe Family YMCA
  • Box 5
    Folder 23
    1994, Very Special Arts Virginia
  • Box 5
    Folder 24
    1994, VCU School of Arts
  • Box 5
    Folder 25
    1994, Virginia Department of Education
  • Box 5
    Folder 26
    1994, Virginia Fire and Police Museum
  • Box 5a
    Folder 1
    1994, Virginia Foundation for Exceptional Children
  • Box 5a
    Folder 2
    1994, Virginia Home for Boys
  • Box 5a
    Folder 3
    1994, Virginia League for Planned Parenthood
  • Box 5a
    Folder 4
    1994, Virginia Special Olympics
  • Box 5a
    Folder 5
    1994, YMCA of Greater Richmond
  • Box 5a
    Folder 6
    1995, Action Alliance for Virginia's Children and Youth
  • Box 5a
    Folder 7
    1995, Arts Council of Richmond
  • Box 5b
    Folder 1
    1995, Bainbridge and Blackwell Community Development
  • Box 5b
    Folder 2
    1995, Bethlehem Wilson Communities
  • Box 5b
    Folder 3
    1995, Black History Museum
  • Box 5b
    Folder 4
    1995, Boys Inc.
  • Box 5b
    Folder 5
    1995, Camp Holiday Trails
  • Box 5b
    Folder 6
    1995, Carver Promise
  • Box 5b
    Folder 7
    1995, Central Virginia Foodbank
  • Box 5b
    Folder 8
    1995, Challenge Discovery Projects
  • Box 5b
    Folder 9
    1995, Charity Family Life
  • Box 5b
    Folder 10
    1995, Children's Hospital
  • Box 5b
    Folder 11
    1995, Coal Pitt Learning Center
  • Box 5b
    Folder 12
    1995, Cross-Over Ministry
  • Box 5b
    Folder 13
    1995, Easter Seal Society of Virginia
  • Box 5b
    Folder 14
    1995, Elijah House Academy
  • Box 5b
    Folder 15
    1995, Family and Children's Services
  • Box 5b
    Folder 16
    1995, Friends Association for Children
  • Box 5b
    Folder 17
    1995, Garfield Childs Memorial Foundation
  • Box 5b
    Folder 18
    1995, Girls' Club of Richmond
  • Box 5b
    Folder 19
    1995, Goochland County Office on Youth
  • Box 5b
    Folder 20
    1995, Goochland Fellowship and Family Service
  • Box 5b
    Folder 21
    1995, Grace and Holy Trinity Child Care Center
  • Box 6
    Folder 1
    1995, Thomas H. Henderson Model Middle School
  • Box 6
    Folder 2
    1995, Jackson-Feild Homes
  • Box 6
    Folder 3
    1995, John F. Kennedy High School Special Ed Program
  • Box 6
    Folder 4
    1995, Leary Educational Foundation, Timber Ridge School
  • Box 6
    Folder 5
    1995, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
  • Box 6
    Folder 6
    1995, Mary Munford Elementary School
  • Box 6
    Folder 7
    1995, Memorial Child Guidance Clinic
  • Box 6
    Folder 8
    1995, Minority Youth Appreciation Society
  • Box 6
    Folder 9
    1995, Museum of the Confederacy
  • Box 6
    Folder 10
    1995, National Kidney Foundation of Virginia
  • Box 6
    Folder 11
    1995, New Community School
  • Box 6
    Folder 12
    1995, Richmond Ballet
  • Box 6
    Folder 13
    1995, Richmond Children's Museum
  • Box 6
    Folder 14
    1995, RUPES
  • Box 6
    Folder 15
    1995, Sacred Heart Center
  • Box 6
    Folder 16
    1995, St. Jame's Children Center
  • Box 6
    Folder 17
    1995, St. Joseph's Villa
  • Box 6
    Folder 18
    1995, Second Presbyterian Child Care Center
  • Box 6
    Folder 19
    1995, Shenandoah Shakespeare Express
  • Box 6
    Folder 20
    1995, Theatre Virginia
  • Box 7
    Folder 1
    1995, Very Special Arts Virginia
  • Box 7
    Folder 2
    1995, VMI Foundation
  • Box 7
    Folder 3
    1995, Virginia Foundation for the Exceptional Child and Adolescent
  • Box 7
    Folder 4
    1995, Virginia Historical Society
  • Box 7
    Folder 5
    1995, Virginia Institute of Pastoral Care
  • Box 7
    Folder 6
    1995, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Foundation
  • Box 7
    Folder 7
    1995, Virginia Opera
  • Box 7
    Folder 8
    1995, Virginia Poverty Law Center
  • Box 7
    Folder 9
    1995, Virginia State Child Fatality Review Team
  • Box 7
    Folder 10
    1995, William Byrd Community House
  • Box 7
    Folder 11
    1995, YMCA of Greater Richmond
  • Box 7
    Folder 12
    1996, General Requests
  • Box 7
    Folder 13
    1996, General grant report forms
  • Box 7
    Folder 14
    1996, American Red Cross
  • Box 7
    Folder 15
    1996, Andrew's Buddies
  • Box 8
    Folder 1
    1996, Arts Council of Richmond
  • Box 8
    Folder 2
    1996, Black Data Processing Associates
  • Box 8
    Folder 3
    1996, Black History Museum
  • Box 8
    Folder 4
    1996, Bon Secours, St. Mary's Health Care Foundation
  • Box 8
    Folder 5
    1996, Boy Scouts of America, Robert E. Lee Council
  • Box 8
    Folder 6
    1996, Camp Holiday Trails
  • Box 8
    Folder 7
    1996, Carver Promise
  • Box 8
    Folder 8
    1996, Central Virginia Educational Telecommunications Corporation
  • Box 8
    Folder 9
    1996, Charity Family Life
  • Box 8
    Folder 10
    1996, Chesapeake Bay Foundation
  • Box 8
    Folder 11
    1996, Childhood Language Center
  • Box 8
    Folder 12
    1996, Coal Pitt Learning Center
  • Box 8
    Folder 13
    1996, Cross-Over Ministry
  • Box 8
    Folder 14
    1996, Downtown Presents
  • Box 9
    Folder 1
    1996, Elk Hill Farm
  • Box 9
    Folder 2
    1996, Family and Children's Service
  • Box 9
    Folder 3
    1996, Fan Free Clinic
  • Box 9
    Folder 4
    1996, Goochland Fellowship and Family Service
  • Box 9
    Folder 5
    1996, Grace and Holy Trinity Child Care Center
  • Box 9
    Folder 6
    1996, Henricus Foundation
  • Box 9
    Folder 7
    1996, Hope for the Family Foundation
  • Box 9
    Folder 8
    1996, IVNA Home Health Care
  • Box 9
    Folder 9
    1996, Math and Science Center Foundation
  • Box 9
    Folder 10
    1996, MCV Arts in the Hospitals
  • Box 9
    Folder 11
    1996, Memorial Child Guidance Clinic
  • Box 9
    Folder 12
    1996, Metro Richmond Sports Backers
  • Box 9
    Folder 13
    1996, Minority Youth Appreciation Society
  • Box 9
    Folder 14
    1996, Richmond Area Association for Retarded Citizens
  • Box 9
    Folder 15
    1996, Richmond Public Schools, Mary Munford Elementary School
  • Box 9
    Folder 16
    1996, Richmond Public Schools, Real School and Thirteen Acres School
  • Box 9
    Folder 17
    1996, Richmond Symphony
  • Box 9
    Folder 18
    1996, Riverside School
  • Box 10
    Folder 1
    1996, Sacred Heart Center
  • Box 10
    Folder 2
    1996, St. Joseph's Villa
  • Box 10
    Folder 3
    1996, SCAN, Greater Richmond
  • Box 10
    Folder 4
    1996, SPARC
  • Box 10
    Folder 5
    1996, Stargate
  • Box 10
    Folder 6
    1996, Tourette Syndrome Association
  • Box 10
    Folder 7
    1996, Very Special Arts Virginia
  • Box 10
    Folder 8
    1996, Virginia Foundation for the Exceptional Child and Adolescent
  • Box 10
    Folder 9
    1996, Virginia Heroes
  • Box 10
    Folder 10
    1996, Virginia Historical Society
  • Box 10
    Folder 11
    1996, Virginia Home for Boys
  • Box 10
    Folder 12
    1996, VMI Foundation
  • Box 10
    Folder 13
    1996, Virginia Special Olympics
  • Box 10
    Folder 14
    1996, Volunteer Emergency Families for Children (VEFC)
  • Box 10
    Folder 15
    1996, William Byrd Community House
  • Box 10
    Folder 16
    1996, YMCA of Greater Richmond
  • Box 11
    Folder 1
    1997, General applications sent
  • Box 11
    Folder 1a
    1997, Action Alliance for Virginia's Children and Youth
  • Box 11
    Folder 2
    1997, American Red Cross, Greater Richmond Chapter
  • Box 11
    Folder 3
    1997, Arts Council of Richmond
  • Box 11
    Folder 4
    1997, Atlantic Rural Exposition
  • Box 11
    Folder 5
    1997, Boy Scouts of America, Robert E. Lee Council
  • Box 11
    Folder 6
    1997, Boys and Girls Club of Richmond
  • Box 11
    Folder 7
    1997, Boys Home
  • Box 11
    Folder 8
    1997, Challenge Discovery Project
  • Box 11
    Folder 9
    1997, Chesapeake Bay Foundation
  • Box 11
    Folder 10
    1997, Children's Home Society
  • Box 11
    Folder 11
    1997, Children's Home of Virginia Baptists
  • Box 11
    Folder 12
    1997, Childhood Language Center at Richmond
  • Box 11
    Folder 13
    1997, CHIP of Richmond
  • Box 11
    Folder 14
    1997, Coal Pitt Learning Center
  • Box 11
    Folder 15
    1997, Easter Seal Society of Virginia
  • Box 12
    Folder 1
    1997, Elk Hill Farm
  • Box 12
    Folder 2
    1997, Family and Children's Service
  • Box 12
    Folder 2a
    1997, Friends Association for Children
  • Box 12
    Folder 3
    1997, Goochland Fellowship and Family Service
  • Box 12
    Folder 4
    1997, Henrico Court Appointed Special Advocates
  • Box 12
    Folder 5
    1997, Henricus Foundation
  • Box 12
    Folder 6
    1997, Hopkins' Road Elementary, Chesterfield County Public Schools
  • Box 12
    Folder 7
    1997, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College Educational Foundation
  • Box 12
    Folder 8
    1997, Jackson-Feild Homes
  • Box 12
    Folder 9
    1997, Jamestown-Yorktown Educational Trust
  • Box 12
    Folder 10
    1997, Learning Disabilities Council
  • Box 12
    Folder 11
    1997, Leary Educational Foundation
  • Box 12
    Folder 12
    1997, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
  • Box 12
    Folder 13
    1997, Math and Science Center Foundation
  • Box 13
    Folder 1
    1997, Memorial Child Guidance Clinic
  • Box 13
    Folder 2
    1997, Minority Youth Appreciation Society
  • Box 13
    Folder 3
    1997, National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the Commonwealth of Virginia
  • Box 13
    Folder 4
    1997, New Community School
  • Box 13
    Folder 5
    1997, Northstar Academy
  • Box 13
    Folder 6
    1997, Peter Paul Development Center
  • Box 13
    Folder 7
    1997, Prevent Blindness Virginia
  • Box 13
    Folder 8
    1997, Richmond Ballet
  • Box 13
    Folder 9
    1997, Richmond Children's Museum
  • Box 13
    Folder 10
    1997, Richmond Court Appointed Special Advocates
  • Box 13
    Folder 11
    1997, Richmond Healthy Start
  • Box 13
    Folder 12
    1997, Richmond One to One
  • Box 13
    Folder 13
    1997, Richmond Public Schools, Thompson Middle School
  • Box 13
    Folder 14
    1997, Sacred Heart Center
  • Box 13
    Folder 15
    1997, Science Museum of Virginia Foundation
  • Box 14
    Folder 1
    1997, SCRIPT
  • Box 14
    Folder 2
    1997, 1708 Gallery
  • Box 14
    Folder 3
    1997, Shenandoah Shakespeare Express
  • Box 14
    Folder 4
    1997, Southside Child Development Center
  • Box 14
    Folder 5
    1997, Stargate
  • Box 14
    Folder 6
    1997, Thank God for Kids
  • Box 14
    Folder 7
    1997, Theatre IV
  • Box 14
    Folder 8
    1997, Theatre Virginia
  • Box 14
    Folder 9
    1997, United Methodist Family Services
  • Box 14
    Folder 10
    1997, Very Special Arts Virginia
  • Box 14
    Folder 11
    1997, Virginia Fire and Police Museum
  • Box 14
    Folder 12
    1997, Virginia Home for Boys
  • Box 14
    Folder 13
    1997, Virginia Institute of Pastoral Care
  • Box 14
    Folder 14
    1997, Virginia League for Planned Parenthood
  • Box 14
    Folder 15
    1997, Virginia Museum Foundation
  • Box 15
    Folder 1
    1997, Virginia Opera
  • Box 15
    Folder 2
    1997, Virginia Special Olympics
  • Box 15
    Folder 3
    1997, YMCA of Greater Richmond
  • Box 15
    Folder 4
    1998, Action Alliance for Virginia Children and Youth
  • Box 15
    Folder 5
    1998, American Red Cross
  • Box 15
    Folder 6
    1998, Arts Council of Richmond
  • Box 15
    Folder 7
    1998, Bethlehem Wilson Communities
  • Box 15
    Folder 8
    1998, Bon Secours, St. Mary's Health Care Foundation
  • Box 15
    Folder 9
    1998, Boys and Girls Club of Richmond
  • Box 15
    Folder 10
    1998, Boys Home
  • Box 15
    Folder 11
    1998, Camp Holiday Trails
  • Box 15
    Folder 12
    1998, Carver Promise
  • Box 15
    Folder 13
    1998, Central Virginia's Public Broadcasting
  • Box 16
    Folder 1
    1998, Charity Family Life
  • Box 16
    Folder 2
    1998, Charterhouse School
  • Box 16
    Folder 3
    1998, Childhood Language Center
  • Box 16
    Folder 4
    1998, Children's Hospital
  • Box 16
    Folder 5
    1998, Children's Museum of Richmond
  • Box 16
    Folder 6
    1998, Coal Pitt Learning Center
  • Box 16
    Folder 7
    1998, Commonwealth Girl Scout Council
  • Box 16
    Folder 8
    1998, Crestwood Elementary School, Chesterfield County Public Schools
  • Box 16
    Folder 9
    1998, Cross-Over Ministry
  • Box 16
    Folder 10
    1998, Department Parks and Recreation, City of Richmond
  • Box 16
    Folder 11
    1998, Downtown Presents
  • Box 16
    Folder 12
    1998, East District Family Resource Center
  • Box 16
    Folder 13
    1998, Elijah House Academy
  • Box 16
    Folder 14
    1998, Family Advocacy Clinics
  • Box 16
    Folder 15
    1998, Foundation for Exceptional Children
  • Box 16
    Folder 16
    1998, Friends Association for Children
  • Box 17
    Folder 1
    1998, Governor's School for Government and International Studies
  • Box 17
    Folder 2
    1998, Grace and Holy Trinity Child Care Center
  • Box 17
    Folder 3
    1998, Hanover Tavern Foundation
  • Box 17
    Folder 4
    1998, Jewish Community Center of Richmond
  • Box 17
    Folder 5
    1998, Junior Achievement
  • Box 17
    Folder 6
    1998, Learning Bridge Richmond
  • Box 17
    Folder 7
    1998, Leary Educational Foundation
  • Box 17
    Folder 8
    1998, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
  • Box 17
    Folder 9
    1998, Maymont
  • Box 17
    Folder 10
    1998, Maymont
  • Box 17
    Folder 11
    1998, Memorial Child Guidance Clinic
  • Box 17
    Folder 12
    1998, National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the Commonwealth of Virginia
  • Box 18
    Folder 1
    1998, Reading Window School
  • Box 18
    Folder 2
    1998, Richmond Public Schools, Broad Rock Elementary School
  • Box 18
    Folder 3
    1998, Richmond Public Schools, John Marshall High School
  • Box 18
    Folder 4
    1998, Richmond Public Schools, Lucille M. Brown Middle School
  • Box 18
    Folder 5
    1998, Richmond Public Schools, Real School and Thirteen Acres School
  • Box 18
    Folder 6
    1998, Richmond Symphony
  • Box 18
    Folder 7
    1998, Riverside School
  • Box 18
    Folder 8
    1998, Sabot School
  • Box 18
    Folder 9
    1998, Sacred Heart Center
  • Box 18
    Folder 10
    1998, St. Andrew's School
  • Box 18
    Folder 11
    1998, St. James's Children's Center
  • Box 18
    Folder 12
    1998, Shenandoah Shakespeare Express
  • Box 18
    Folder 13
    1998, Southeast Chapter of Battens Disease Support and Research Association
  • Box 18
    Folder 14
    1998, Spring Meadow Waldorf School
  • Box 18
    Folder 15
    1998, Theatre IV
  • Box 18
    Folder 16
    1998, United Methodist Family Service
  • Box 18
    Folder 17
    1998, VCU School of Arts
  • Box 18
    Folder 18
    1998, Virginia Holocaust Museum
  • Box 19
    Folder 1
    1998, Virginia Opera
  • Box 19
    Folder 2
    1998, William Byrd Community House
  • Box 19
    Folder 3
    1998, YMCA of Greater Richmond
  • Box 19
    Folder 4
    1999, Art 180
  • Box 19
    Folder 5
    1999, Camp Holiday Trails
  • Box 19
    Folder 6
    1999, CARITAS
  • Box 19
    Folder 7
    1999, Central Virginia Foodbank
  • Box 19
    Folder 8
    1999, Central Virginia's Public Television
  • Box 19
    Folder 9
    1999, Challenge Discovery Project
  • Box 19
    Folder 10
    1999, Charterhouse School
  • Box 19
    Folder 11
    1999, Chesapeake Bay Foundation
  • Box 19
    Folder 12
    1999, Childhood Language Center
  • Box 19
    Folder 13
    1999, Children's Museum of Richmond
  • Box 19
    Folder 14
    1999, CHIP of Greater Richmond
  • Box 19
    Folder 15
    1999, Coal Pitt Learning Center
  • Box 19
    Folder 16
    1999, Crestwood Elementary School
  • Box 19
    Folder 17
    1999, Department Parks and Recreation, City of Richmond
  • Box 19
    Folder 18
    1999, Downtown Presents
  • Box 19
    Folder 19
    1999, Elk Hill Farm
  • Box 19
    Folder 20
    1999, Family and Children's Services
  • Box 19
    Folder 21
    1999, Foundation for Exceptional Children
  • Box 19
    Folder 22
    1999, Friends Association for Children
  • Box 19
    Folder 23
    1999, Garfield Childs Memorial Foundation
  • Box 19
    Folder 24
    1999, George C. Marshall Foundation
  • Box 20
    Folder 1
    1999, Governor's School
  • Box 20
    Folder 2
    1999, Grace and Holy Trinity Child Care Center
  • Box 20
    Folder 3
    1999, Hand Workshop
  • Box 20
    Folder 4
    1999, Jamestown-Yorktown Educational Trust
  • Box 20
    Folder 5
    1999, Jewish Community Center
  • Box 20
    Folder 6
    1999, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College
  • Box 20
    Folder 7
    1999, Learning Bridge Richmond
  • Box 20
    Folder 8
    1999, Mathematics and Science Center
  • Box 20
    Folder 9
    1999, MCV Arts in the Hospitals
  • Box 20
    Folder 10
    1999, Memorial Child Guidance Clinic
  • Box 20
    Folder 11
    1999, Minority Youth Appreciation Society
  • Box 20
    Folder 12
    1999, New Community School
  • Box 20
    Folder 13
    1999, Northstar Academy
  • Box 20
    Folder 14
    1999, Peter Paul Development Center
  • Box 20
    Folder 15
    1999, Prison Family Support Services
  • Box 20
    Folder 16
    1999, Richmond Boys Choir
  • Box 20
    Folder 17
    1999, Richmond Court Appointed Special Advocates
  • Box 20
    Folder 18
    1999, Richmond Community Action Program
  • Box 21
    Folder 1
    1999, Richmond Goodwill Industries
  • Box 21
    Folder 2
    1999, Richmond One to One
  • Box 21
    Folder 3
    1999, Richmond Reach Out and Read
  • Box 21
    Folder 4
    1999, Sacred Heart Center
  • Box 21
    Folder 5
    1999, St. Andrew's School
  • Box 21
    Folder 6
    1999, Science Museum of Virginia
  • Box 21
    Folder 7
    1999, Second Presbyterian Child Care Center
  • Box 21
    Folder 8
    1999, Spring Meadow Waldorf School
  • Box 21
    Folder 9
    1999, Theatre IV
  • Box 21
    Folder 10
    1999, United Methodist Family Services
  • Box 21
    Folder 11
    1999, Urban League of Greater Richmond
  • Box 21
    Folder 12
    1999, VCU School of Arts
  • Box 21
    Folder 13
    1999, VCU Twin Registry
  • Box 21
    Folder 14
    1999, Very Special Arts Virginia
  • Box 21
    Folder 15
    1999, Virginia Historical Society
  • Box 21
    Folder 16
    1999, Virginia Home for Boys
  • Box 21
    Folder 17
    1999, Virginia Institute of Pastoral Care
  • Box 21
    Folder 18
    1999, Virginia Opera
  • Box 21
    Folder 19
    1999, Virginia Special Olympics
  • Box 21
    Folder 20
    1999, William Byrd Community House
  • Box 21
    Folder 21
    1999, YMCA of Greater Richmond
  • Box 21
    Folder 22
    2001, Virginia Special Olympics
Series II: Administrative records, 1811-2005 (bulk 1890-1975)
Boxes: 22-41
Extent: 7.9 cu. ft.
  • Box 22
    Folder 1
    Account book, 1858-1867
  • Box 22
    Folder 2
    Account book, 1867-1899
  • Box 22
    Folder 3
    Account book, 1877-1891
  • Box 22a
    Account book, 1936-1942
  • Box 22a
    Account book, 1948-1953
  • Box 22b
    Account book, 1953-1959
  • Box 22b
    Account book, 1959-1965
  • Box 22
    Folder 4
    Account book, 1962-1964
  • Box 22
    Folder 5
    Accounts and receipts, Loose, 1867-1878
  • Box 22
    Folder 6
    Accounts and receipts, Loose, 1880-1882
  • Box 22
    Folder 7
    Accounts and receipts, Loose, 1894-1899
  • Box 22
    Folder 8
    Accounts and receipts, Loose, 1966-1967
  • Box 22
    Folder 9
    Accounts and receipts, Loose, nd
  • Box 22
    Folder 10
    Act of Incorporation, 1811
  • Box 22
    Folder 11
    Admittance book, 1850-1875
  • Box 22
    Folder 12
    Admittance list, 1950-1963
  • Box 23
    Admittance book, 1865-1927
  • Box 24
    Folder 1
    Admittance book, A-C, 1961-1966
  • Box 24
    Folder 2
    Admittance book, D-W 1961-1966
  • Box 24
    Folder 3
    Admittance list, Abstracted from books 1876-1935
  • Box 24
    Folder 4
    Application forms, blank
  • Box 24
    Folder 5
    Apprentice/indentures, c. 1829 and 1900
  • Box 24
    Folder 6
    Architectural plan, 1958, nd
  • Box 24
    Folder 7
    Board of Directors, Reports, 1877-1886
  • Box 24
    Folder 8
    Board of Directors, Sympathy statements, 1960-1961
  • Box 24
    Folder 8a
    Board of Directors, List, 1805-2006
  • Box 24
    Folder 9
    Brochures, c. 1940-1960
  • Box 24
    Folder 10
    Budget, 1956-1965
  • Box 24
    Folder 11
    Budget, 1966-1970
  • Box 24
    Folder 12
    Cash receipt sheets, 1967
  • Box 24
    Folder 13
    Certificates, 1965
  • Box 24
    Folder 14
    Charters, 1874-1921
  • Box 24
    Folder 15
    Clippings, 1843-1849
  • Box 24
    Folder 16
    Clippings, 1915-1973
  • Box 24
    Folder 17
    Clippings, 1995-2005
  • Box 24
    Folder 18
    Constitution and By-laws, 1811-1898
  • Box 25
    Folder 1
    Constitution and By-laws, 1921-2001
  • Box 25
    Folder 2
    Contract, 1937
  • Box 25
    Folder 3
    Contracts, School Board of Richmond, 1967-1971
  • Box 25
    Folder 4
    Correspondence, Collins Denny III, 1971-1975
  • Box 25
    Folder 5
    Correspondence, Evaluations and References, 1964-1966
  • Box 25
    Folder 6
    Correspondence, General, 1867-1937
  • Box 25
    Folder 7
    Correspondence, General, 1939-1946
  • Box 25
    Folder 8
    Correspondence, General, 1948-1969
  • Box 25
    Folder 9
    Correspondence, Memorial Home and Childrens Clinic, 1944
  • Box 25
    Folder 10
    Correspondence, Resident parents, 1964-1966
  • Box 25
    Folder 11
    Day Care Center, 1960-1969
  • Box 25
    Folder 12
    Day Care Center and Recreation Buildings, 1960-1961
  • Box 25
    Folder 13
    Deeds, 1968-1972
  • Box 26
    Folder 1
    Employment applications, 1965-1966
  • Box 26
    Folder 2
    Employee Pension Trust, 1962-1970
  • Box 26
    Folder 3
    Endowment, William Barret, 1890
  • Box 26
    Folder 4
    Endowment, Elizabeth W. Fry, 1895
  • Box 26
    Folder 5
    Endowment, Ann Hubbard, 1867
  • Box 26
    Folder 6
    Endowment, Fannie R. Pollard, 1949-1964
  • Box 26
    Folder 7
    Endowment, Mann S. Valentine c. 1890
  • Box 26
    Folder 8
    Endowment, Edmund Walls (includes copy of will), 1841
  • Box 26
    Folder 9
    Endowment and investments, Miscellaneous, 1962-1971
  • Box 26
    Folder 10
    Films, 1966
  • Box 26
    Folder 11
    Furber Silver Exhibit, 1960
  • Box 26
    Folder 12
    Edwin Gould Foundation for Children, 1928
  • Box 26
    History, A Brief History of the Memorial Foundation of Richmond, Virginia, 1805-1954, by Marymor Sanborn
  • Box 26
    Folder 13
    History, Memorial Foundation for Children, 1805-1965
  • Box 26
    Folder 14
    History, Memorial Foundation for Children, 1805-1965, Draft
  • Box 26
    Folder 15
    History, Memorial Foundation for Children, 1805-2005
  • Box 26
    Folder 16
    History, Notes, 1962-1971
  • Box 26
    Folder 17
    History, Notes
  • Box 26
    Folder 18
    History, Notes
  • Box 27
    History, Crippled Children's Hospital (Richmond, Virginia): The First Sixty Years, by Marjorie Branner Adams, 1979
  • Box 27
    Folder 1
    Hollywood Cemetery, 1960-1961
  • Box 27
    Folder 2
    Inspection report, 1961 September
  • Box 27
    Folder 3
    Insurance policies, 1953-1969
  • Box 27
    Folder 4
    List of Securities and Report of Trustees, 1900-1919
  • Box 27
    Folder 5
    Loan agreement, 1990
  • Box 27
    Folder 6
    Manual of Operation, c. 1950
  • Box 27
    Folder 7
    Memorial Guidance Clinic, 1944-1964
  • Box 27
    Folder 8
    Memorial Guidance Clinic, 1967-1970
  • Box 27
    Folder 9
    Memorial Guidance Clinic Study, 1962-1969
  • Box 27
    Folder 10
    Mental Health in Virginia (Publication- Vol. 16, No. 3), 1966
  • Box 27
    Folder 11
    Milk Fund, 1963-1966
  • Box 28
    Folder 1
    Minutes, 1871 December- 1894 October
  • Box 28
    Folder 2
    Minutes, 1893-1899
  • Box 28
    Folder 3
    Minutes, 1894 December- 1907 December
  • Box 28
    Folder 4
    Minutes, 1916 June- 1918 February
  • Box 28
    Folder 5
    Minutes and resolutions, 1892-1923
  • Box 28
    Folder 6
    Minutes, 1915-1921
  • Box 28
    Minutes and President's Reports, 1915-1936
  • Box 29
    Folder 1
    Minutes, 1935-1937
  • Box 29
    Folder 2
    Minutes, 1938-1940
  • Box 29
    Folder 3
    Minutes, 1941
  • Box 29
    Folder 4
    Minutes, 1942-1945
  • Box 29
    Folder 5
    Minutes, 1948-1950
  • Box 29
    Folder 6
    Minutes, 1952-1956
  • Box 29
    Folder 7
    Minutes, 1957
  • Box 29
    Folder 8
    Minutes, 1957
  • Box 29
    Folder 9
    Minutes, 1959
  • Box 30
    Folder 1
    Minutes, 1959-1962
  • Box 30
    Folder 2
    Minutes, 1960-1961
  • Box 30
    Folder 3
    Minutes, 1962-1964
  • Box 30
    Folder 4
    Minutes, 1965-1968
  • Box 30
    Folder 5
    Minutes, 1969-1970
  • Box 30
    Folder 6
    Minutes, 1971
  • Box 30
    Folder 7
    Minutes, 1972
  • Box 30
    Folder 8
    Minutes, 1973-1974
  • Box 30
    Folder 9
    Minutes, 1975-1976
  • Box 30
    Folder 10
    Minutes, 1977
  • Box 31
    Folder 1
    Minutes, 1978-1979
  • Box 31
    Folder 2
    Minutes, 1980-1981
  • Box 31
    Folder 3
    Minutes, 1982
  • Box 31
    Folder 4
    Minutes, 1983-1984
  • Box 31
    Folder 5
    Minutes, 1985-1986
  • Box 31
    Folder 6
    Minutes, 1987-1989
  • Box 31
    Folder 7
    Minutes, 1990
  • Box 31
    Folder 8
    Minutes, 1991
  • Box 31
    Folder 9
    Minutes, 1992
  • Box 31
    Folder 10
    Minutes, Community Council, 1944
  • Box 31
    Folder 11
    Miscellaneous, Nd
  • Box 32
    Folder 1
    Mission statements, 1957-1966
  • Box 32
    Folder 2
    Newsletters, Miscellaneous, 2004
  • Box 32
    Folder 3
    Official permits, 1950-1970
  • Box 32
    Folder 4
    Organizational chart, nd
  • Box 32
    Folder 5
    Payroll, 1964-1968
  • Box 32
    Folder 6
    Personnel and Procedural Survey, 1954, 1966
  • Box 32
    Folder 7
    Pimlico Race Train and Preckness Train, 1965
  • Box 32
    Folder 8
    Press release, nd
  • Box 32
    Folder 9
    Proceedings of the 11th Year of Nemours Foundation Conferences on Crippled Children, 1962
  • Box 32
    Folder 10
    Property and building expenses, 1922
  • Box 32
    Folder 11
    Property and building expenses, 1956-1972
  • Box 32
    Folder 12
    Report on Audit, 1931-1937
  • Box 32
    Folder 13
    Report on Audit, 1938-1941
  • Box 33
    Folder 1
    Report on Examination, 1964, 1966
  • Box 33
    Folder 2
    Report of Superintendent, 1937
  • Box 33
    Folder 3
    Reports, Miscellaneous, Nd
  • Box 33
    Folder 4
    Mrs. Elaine Rothenberg Study, 1957-1959
  • Box 33
    Folder 5
    Rules for Children, 1925
  • Box 33
    Folder 6
    Staff directories, 1945, 1965, 1967
  • Box 33
    Folder 7
    State Corporation Commission, Annual reports, 1965-1995
  • Box 33
    Folder 8
    Statement of Account from State-Planters Bank and Trust Company, 1931-1934
  • Box 33
    Folder 9
    Statement of Account from State-Planters Bank and Trust Company, 1935-1941
  • Box 33
    Folder 10
    Student work experience grant, 1964-1967
  • Box 33
    Folder 11
    Studies, Miscellaneous, 1963
  • Box 33
    Folder 12
    Taxes, 1966
  • Box 33
    Folder 13
    Taxes, 1967
  • Box 33
    Folder 14
    Virginia Commodity Distribution Program, 1959-1964
  • Box 33
    Folder 15
    Virginia State Board of Charities Report, 1908
  • Box 33
    Folder 16
    Ways and Means, 1962-1964
  • Box 33
    Folder 17
    Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation, 1959-1970
  • Box 34
    Scrapbook, 1920-1947
  • Box 35
    Index cards
  • Box 36
    Folder 1
    Photographs, Album, Part 1 of 3, c. 1960
  • Box 36
    Folder 2
    Photographs, Album, Part 2 of 3 c. 1960
  • Box 36
    Folder 3
    Photographs, Album, Part 3 of 3 c. 1960
  • Box 36
    Folder 4
    Photographs, Birthday, c. 1965
  • Box 36
    Folder 5
    Photographs, Buildings, c. 1925-1940
  • Box 36
    Folder 6
    Photographs, Buildings, Guidance Clinic, c. 1940
  • Box 36
    Folder 6a
    Photographs, Buildings, 2003
  • Box 36
    Folder 7
    Photographs, Children, Identified, c. 1964-1966
  • Box 36
    Folder 8
    Photographs, Children, Identified, c. 1964-1966
  • Box 36
    Folder 9
    Photographs, Children, Identified, c. 1964-1966
  • Box 36
    Folder 10
    Photographs, Children, Unidentified, c. 1940-1960
  • Box 36
    Folder 11
    Photographs, Children at play, c. 1965
  • Box 36
    Folder 12
    Photographs, Christmas, c. 1940
  • Box 37
    Folder 1
    Photographs, Christmas, 1947
  • Box 37
    Folder 2
    Photographs, Christmas, c. 1965
  • Box 37
    Folder 3
    Photographs, Christmas, c. 2000
  • Box 37
    Folder 4
    Photographs, Easter, 1963
  • Box 37
    Folder 5
    Photographs, Elk Hill Farm, c. 1970
  • Box 37
    Folder 6
    Photographs, Groups, c. 1920
  • Box 37
    Folder 7
    Photographs, Groups, 1964
  • Box 37
    Folder 8
    Photographs, Groups, 1965
  • Box 37
    Folder 9
    Photographs, Group of girls in front of school, c. 1930-1940
  • Box 37
    Folder 10
    Photographs, Ms. Holt and Ms. McVeill, 1948
  • Box 37
    Folder 11
    Photographs, Piano teacher, c. 1940
  • Box 37
    Folder 12
    Photographs, Teacher and children, c. 1965
  • Box 37
    Folder 13
    Photographs, Teacher, Unidentified, c. 1965
  • Box 37
    Folder 14
    Photographs, Winter group and new bus, 1965
  • Box 38
    Photographs, Negatives and slides, c. 1950-1990
  • Box 39
    Photographs, Albums, c. 1958-1960
  • Oversize PP Box 59
    Photographs, Oversize, c. 1900-1920
  • Box 40
    Wood block printing plates, Children and Pimlico races, c. 1960-1965
  • Box 41
    Miscellaneous records (CLOSED UNTIL 2046)
Series III: Case Files, 1891-1957
Boxes: 42-74
Extent: 8.2. cu. ft.
  • Box 42
    Case files, 1891-1923
  • Box 43
    Case files, 1926
  • Box 44
    Case files, 1927
  • Box 45
    Case files, 1928
  • Box 46
    Case files, 1929
  • Box 47
    Case files, 1930
  • Box 48
    Case files, 1931
  • Box 49
    Case files, 1932
  • Box 50
    Case files, 1933
  • Box 51
    Case files, 1934
  • Box 52
    Case files, 1935
  • Box 53
    Case files, 1936
  • Box 54
    Case files, 1937
  • Box 55
    Case files, 1938
  • Box 56
    Case files, 1939
  • Box 57
    Case files, 1939
  • Box 58
    Case files, 1940 (CLOSED UNTIL 2015)
  • Box 59
    Case files, 1941 (CLOSED UNTIL 2016)
  • Box 60
    Case files, 1942 (CLOSED UNTIL 2017)
  • Box 61
    Case files, 1943 (CLOSED UNTIL 2018)
  • Box 62
    Case files, 1943 (CLOSED UNTIL 2018)
  • Box 63
    Case files, 1944 (CLOSED UNTIL 2019)
  • Box 64
    Case files, 1945 (CLOSED UNTIL 2020)
  • Box 65
    Case files, 1946 (CLOSED UNTIL 2021)
  • Box 66
    Case files, 1946 (CLOSED UNTIL 2021)
  • Box 67
    Case files, 1947 (CLOSED UNTIL 2022)
  • Box 68
    Case files, 1948 (CLOSED UNTIL 2023)
  • Box 69
    Case files, 1949-1952 (CLOSED UNTIL 2024-2027)
  • Box 70
    Case files, 1954 (CLOSED UNTIL 2029)
  • Box 71
    Case files, 1955 (CLOSED UNTIL 2030)
  • Box 72
    Case files, 1956 (CLOSED UNTIL 2031)
  • Box 73
    Case files, 1957 (CLOSED UNTIL 2032)
  • Box 74
    Scrapbook 1932