A Guide to the Executive Papers of Governor William Hodges Mann, 1910-1914 Mann, William Hodges, Executive Papers of Governor 41428

A Guide to the Executive Papers of Governor William Hodges Mann, 1910-1914

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Accession Number 41428


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Accession Number
41428
Title
Executive Papers of Governor William Hodges Mann, 1910-1914
Extent
25.18 cubic feet (56 boxes)
Creator
Virginia. Governor (1910-1914: Mann)
Language
English

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Preferred Citation

Virginia. Governor (1910-1914 : Mann). Executive Papers of Governor William Hodges Mann, 1899-1914 (bulk 1910-1913). Accession 41428, State government records collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Acquisition Information

Transferred from the Governor's Office at unknown date.


Biographical Information

William Hodges Mann was born 30 July 1843 in Williamsburg, Virginia, to John Mann (d. 1843) and Mary Hunter Bowers Mann. He moved with his family to Rockbridge County, Virginia, in 1852, and attended Brownsburg Academy. In 1857, he moved to Petersburg, Virginia, where he apprenticed as a court clerk while studying law. When the Civil War began, Mann enlisted in the 12th Virginia Infantry until disabled by an injury. He worked for the Confederate government and as clerk of the circuit court of Dinwiddie County, Virginia. After the war ended, Mann began practicing law in Nottoway County, Virginia. He was elected judge and served from 1870 to 1891. Mann represented Nottoway, Brunswick, and Lunenburg Counties in the Virginia State Senate from 1899 to 1908. A prohibitionist, Mann authored the "Mann Bill" which closed saloons in 70 out of 100 Virginia counties. Mann narrowly won the Democratic primary for governor and then easily won election for governor in 1909. Serving as governor from 1910 to 1914, Mann was the last Confederate veteran to hold the position as governor of Virginia. During his administration, Mann nearly succeeded in gaining statewide prohibition, but his bill failed to pass the Senate. Mann too sought to further advances in agriculture by establishing a United Agricultural Board, as well as a Convict Lime Board to build facilities to grind limestone with the use of convict labor. Important events occurred during his governorship in the area of capital punishment with the executions of Virginia Christian, the first female executed in Virginia, and Claude & Floyd Allen whose murder of Commonwealth's Attorney William Foster in a Carroll County Courthouse made national news. After his term, Mann moved to Petersburg, where he practiced law with his son. Mann also became president of the Citizens' Bank at Blackstone and the Bank of Crewe. He married first married Sallie Fitzgerald (d. 1882) in 1870, and they had no children. He married second Etta Donnan (ca. 1862-1960) October 1885, and they had two children, one of whom survived to adulthood. Mann died in Petersburg 12 December 1927, and was buried in Blandford Cemetery.

Scope and Content

Governor William H. Mann's Executive papers are organized in two series. Series have been designated for Correspondence (Alphabetical) and Subject Files. These papers mainly consist of incoming and outgoing correspondence during William H. Mann's four-year term as governor between 1 February 1910 and 1 February 1914. The largest and most significant series is the Correspondence (Alphabetical) Series. This series provides an alphabetical arrangement of Governor Mann's correspondence, both incoming & outgoing, during his governorship. The Subject Files series provides a more in depth look into the major concerns confronting Mann as governor.

Arrangement

This collection is arranged into the following series:

Series I: Correspondence (Alphabetical) Series II: Subject Files

Related Material

Separated Material

Oversized items have been removed to Boxes 55-56.


Contents List

Series I: Correspondence (Alphabetical), 1910-1914.
Boxes: 1-30
Extent: 30 boxes.

Series I. The Correspondence (Alphabetical) series is housed in thirty archival boxes and is arranged alphabetically by first letter of the last name of correspondent, then chronologically. This series documents correspondence received and sent by Governor Mann during his four-year term as governor of Virginia. In addition to correspondence, there are reports, proclamations, telegrams, orders, resolutions, acts, publications, news clippings, invitations, proceedings, financial statements, invoices, and other sundry items. Correspondence in this series relates to appointments, recommendations, legislation, speaking engagements, the appointment of ex-governor Claude A. Swanson as senator to replace the late John W. Daniel, extraditions, roads, convicts & the Penitentiary, state mental hospitals, pardons & commutations, conferences, rewards for escaped convicts, Confederate pensions, invitations, education, Floyd Allen & the Hillsville Massacre, prohibition, the Jackson Equestrian Statue, the Gettysburg Anniversary Reunion & monument, and others.

Noteworthy correspondents include Edwin A. Alderman, President of the University of Virginia; Gov. M.F. Ansel, South Carolina; O.C. Brunk & G.W. Brown, Superintendents of Eastern State Hospital; Ernest P. Bricknell, National Director of the American National Red Cross; Joseph V. Bidgood, Secretary of Virginia Military Records; J.M. Bauserman, Commissioner of Virginia State Hospitals; David Bottom, Superintendent of Public Printing; Gov. O.B. Colquitt, Texas; Gov. Austin L. Caruthers, Maryland; Gov. Locke Craig, North Carolina; William F. Drewry, Superintendent of Central State Hospital; J.S. DeJarnette, Superintendent of Western State Hospital; S.R. Donohoe, Auditor of Public Accounts; Gov. John Dix, New York; Gov. Adolph O. Eberhart, Minnesota; J.D. Eggleston, Jr., Superintendent of Public Instruction; J. Taylor Ellyson, Lieutenant Governor & President of the Confederate Memorial Association; Gov. Bert M. Fernald, Maine; Gov. Eugene M. Foss, Massachusetts; W.W. Finley, President of the Southern Railway Company; Gov. Albert W. Gilchrist, Florida; Gov. William E. Glasscock, West Virginia; J.E. Graves, Commandant of the Lee Camp Soldiers' Home; Gov. P.L. Goldsborough, Maryland; Carter Glass, U.S. House of Representatives; J. Silas Harris, Secretary of the Negro National Educational Congress; Gov. Ben W. Hooper, Tennessee; Charles Hutzler, President of the Prison Association of Virginia; Gov. Henry D. Hatfield, West Virginia; John H. Johnson, Pension Clerk; James Keith, President of the Supreme Court of Appeals; P.C. Knox, Secretary of State; G.W. Koiner, Commissioner of Agriculture; Gov. W.W. Kitchin, North Carolina; J.C. King, Superintendent of Southwestern State Hospital; E.A. Long, President of the Negro Teachers' & School Improvement League of Virginia; H.R. McIlwaine, State Librarian; Thomas Martin, U.S. Senate; C. Lee Moore, Auditor of Public Accounts; Gov. John A. Mead, Vermont; Gov. James B. McCreary, Kentucky; Charles C. Moore, President of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition; Joseph T. Mastin, Secretary of the State Board of Charities & Corrections; E.W. Nichols, Superintendent of the Virginia Military Institute; Robert L. Owen, U.S. Senate; Gov. Tasker L. Oddie, Nevada; Maj. James D. Patton, President of the Board of Directors of the Virginia Penitentiary; Gov. A.J. Poithier, Rhode Island; A.S. Priddy, Superintendent of the Virginia State Epileptic Colony; A. Parator, Royal Italian Consul; Col. John W. Richardson, Register of the Land Office; Virginia E. Randolph, African-American educator; D.C. Richardson, Mayor of Richmond; Claude A. Swanson, U.S. Senate; Gen. W.W. Sale, Adjutant General; Huntington Wilson, Acting Secretary of State; Gov. J.Y. Sanders, Louisiana; E.L.C. Scott, Pension Clerk; Gov. W.R. Stubbs, Kansas; R.C. Stearnes, Superintendent of Public Instruction; Rev. Dr. James Power Smith, President of the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Association; Lyon G. Tyler, President of the College of William & Mary; J. Hoge Tyler, former governor; Gov. John H. Tener, Pennsylvania; Gov. Park Trammell, Florida; Gov. Frank B. Weeks, Connecticut; Ennion G. Williams, Commissioner of Health; Gov. Augustus E. Willson, Kentucky; Gov. Woodrow Wilson, New Jersey; Maggie L. Walker; J.B. Wood, Superintendent of the Virginia Penitentiary; Gov. Oswald West, Oregon; James Wilson, Secretary of Agriculture; and P. St. Julian Wilson, State Highway Commissioner.

Significant correspondence includes the following: Pierre Lefvre Pontalis, Charge d' Affaires, Washington, D.C., re. France's acceptance of a replica of the Houdon Statue of Washington by the General Assembly of Virginia (1910 May 25); J.C. Duke, Lyceum Secretary, encl. complimentary ticket to National Socialist Lyceum Course & broadside on "Janet Fenimore: First Speaker of the National Socialist Lyceum Course" (1912 Feb. 20); Herbert M. Duvall encl. his poem entitled "The Loss of Titanic" (1912 May 13); E. Eichberg agreeing to furnish two bathrooms in the Executive Mansion with marble & plumbing work (1910 July 11); Maude Littleton, Washington, D.C., re. offer to purchase Monticello from Jefferson M. Levy (1912 Dec. 14); Maude Littleton, Washington, D.C., encl. a copy of the mortgage on Monticello (1913 Jan. 6); P.C. Knox, Secretary of State, re. a torpedo launching practice in the Chesapeake Bay by the H.M.S. Bremen of Germany (1911 Nov. 16); LaSalle Corbett Pickett, Washington, D.C., requesting an appointment of her son George E. Pickett to the Virginia Military Institute (1912 Jan. 5); Manual L. Quezon, Resident Commissioners from the Philippines, re. the bill to establish an independent Philippine government (1912 Apr. 11); Capt. George C. Round encl. a poster advertising the "Northern Virginia Negro Fair" at the Manassas Industrial School for Colored Youth (1912 Aug. 26); Claude A. Swanson, U.S. Senate, re. nine stones from the state of Virginia for the Washington Monument with their inscriptions (1912 Apr. 9); and Maggie L. Walker, Richmond, acknowledging receipt of her commission as delegate from Virginia to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation to be held in New York City (1913 Oct. 18).

Arranged alphabetically by correspondent, then chronologically.

  • A
    • Box 1
      Folder 1
      1910 Jan.-June
    • Box 1
      Folder 2
      1910 July-Dec.
    • Box 1
      Folder 3
      1911 Jan.-June
    • Box 1
      Folder 4
      1911 July-Dec.
    • Box 1
      Folder 5
      1912 Jan.-June
    • Box 1
      Folder 6
      1912 July-Dec.
    • Box 1
      Folder 7
      1913 Jan.-Aug.
    • Box 1
      Folder 8
      1913 Sept-Dec.
    • Box 1
      Folder 9
      1914 Jan.
    • Box 1
      Folder 10
      Undated
  • B
    • Box 2
      Folder 1
      1910 Jan.-June
    • Box 2
      Folder 2
      1910 July-Dec.
    • Box 2
      Folder 3
      1911 Jan.-Mar.
    • Box 2
      Folder 4
      1911 Apr.-July
    • Box 2
      Folder 5
      1911 Aug.-Oct.
    • Box 2
      Folder 6
      1911 Nov.-Dec.
    • Box 3
      Folder 1
      1912 Jan.-Feb.
    • Box 3
      Folder 2
      1912 Mar.-Apr.
    • Box 3
      Folder 3
      1912 May-July
    • Box 3
      Folder 4
      1912 Aug.-Sept.
    • Box 3
      Folder 5
      1912 Oct.-Dec.
    • Box 3
      Folder 6
      1913 Jan.-Feb.
    • Box 4
      Folder 1
      1913 Mar.
    • Box 4
      Folder 2
      1913 Apr.
    • Box 4
      Folder 3
      1913 May-June
    • Box 4
      Folder 4
      1913 May-June
    • Box 4
      Folder 5
      1913 July-Sept.
    • Box 4
      Folder 6
      1913 Oct.-Nov.
    • Box 4
      Folder 7
      1913 Dec.
    • Box 4
      Folder 8
      1914 Jan.
    • Box 4
      Folder 9
      Undated
  • C
    • Box 5
      Folder 1
      1910 Feb.-May
    • Box 5
      Folder 2
      1910 June-Dec.
    • Box 5
      Folder 3
      1911 Jan.-Apr.
    • Box 5
      Folder 4
      1911 May-Sept.
    • Box 5
      Folder 5
      1911 Oct.-Dec.
    • Box 5
      Folder 6
      1912 Jan.-Mar.
    • Box 6
      Folder 1
      1912 Apr.-June
    • Box 6
      Folder 2
      1912 July-Sept.
    • Box 6
      Folder 3
      1912 Oct.-Dec.
    • Box 6
      Folder 4
      1913 Jan.-Mar.
    • Box 6
      Folder 5
      1913 Apr.-May
    • Box 6
      Folder 6
      1913 June-Aug.
    • Box 7
      Folder 1
      1913 Sept.-Oct.
    • Box 7
      Folder 2
      1913 Nov.-Dec.
    • Box 7
      Folder 3
      1914 Jan.
    • Box 7
      Folder 4
      Undated
  • D
    • Box 7
      Folder 5
      1910
    • Box 7
      Folder 6
      1911 Jan.-June
    • Box 7
      Folder 7
      1911 July-Dec.
    • Box 7
      Folder 8
      1912 Jan.-Mar.
    • Box 8
      Folder 1
      1912 Apr.-Sept.
    • Box 8
      Folder 2
      1912 Oct.-Dec.
    • Box 8
      Folder 3
      1913 Jan.-May
    • Box 8
      Folder 4
      1913 June-Sept.
    • Box 8
      Folder 5
      1913 Oct.-Dec.
    • Box 8
      Folder 6
      1914 Jan.
    • Box 8
      Folder 7
      Undated
  • E
    • Box 8
      Folder 8
      1910
    • Box 9
      Folder 1
      1911
    • Box 9
      Folder 2
      1912
    • Box 9
      Folder 3
      1913
    • Box 9
      Folder 4
      1914 Jan.
    • Box 9
      Folder 5
      Undated
  • F
    • Box 9
      Folder 6
      1910
    • Box 9
      Folder 7
      1911
    • Box 9
      Folder 8
      1912 Jan.-Aug.
    • Box 10
      Folder 1
      1912 Sept.-Dec.
    • Box 10
      Folder 2
      1913 Jan.-Mar.
    • Box 10
      Folder 3
      1913 Apr.-Aug.
    • Box 10
      Folder 4
      1913 Sept.-Dec.
    • Box 10
      Folder 5
      1914 Jan.
    • Box 10
      Folder 6
      Undated
  • G
    • Box 10
      Folder 7
      1910 Feb.-Aug.
    • Box 10
      Folder 8
      1910 Sept.-Dec.
    • Box 10
      Folder 9
      1911 Jan.-May
    • Box 11
      Folder 1
      1911 June-Dec.
    • Box 11
      Folder 2
      1912 Jan.-June
    • Box 11
      Folder 3
      1912 July-Dec.
    • Box 11
      Folder 4
      1913 Jan.-June
    • Box 11
      Folder 5
      1913 July-Dec.
    • Box 11
      Folder 6
      1914 Jan.
  • H
    • Box 12
      Folder 1
      1910 Jan.-May
    • Box 12
      Folder 2
      1910 June-Dec.
    • Box 12
      Folder 3
      1911 Jan.-Apr.
    • Box 12
      Folder 4
      1911 May-Aug.
    • Box 12
      Folder 5
      1911 Sept.-Dec.
    • Box 12
      Folder 6
      1912 Jan.-Mar.
    • Box 13
      Folder 1
      1912 Apr.-June
    • Box 13
      Folder 2
      1912 July-Oct.
    • Box 13
      Folder 3
      1912 Nov.-Dec.
    • Box 13
      Folder 4
      1913 Jan.-Mar.
    • Box 13
      Folder 5
      1913 Apr.-May
    • Box 13
      Folder 6
      1913 June-Aug.
    • Box 14
      Folder 1
      1913 Sept.-Dec.
    • Box 14
      Folder 2
      1914 Jan.
    • Box 14
      Folder 3
      Undated
  • Box 14
    Folder 4
    I, 1910-1914
  • J
    • Box 14
      Folder 5
      1910
    • Box 14
      Folder 6
      1911
    • Box 14
      Folder 7
      1912 Jan.-Aug.
    • Box 14
      Folder 8
      1912 Sept.-Dec.
    • Box 15
      Folder 1
      1913 Jan.-June
    • Box 15
      Folder 2
      1913 July-Dec.
    • Box 15
      Folder 3
      Undated
  • K
    • Box 15
      Folder 4
      1910
    • Box 15
      Folder 5
      1911
    • Box 15
      Folder 6
      1912
    • Box 15
      Folder 7
      1913 Jan.-Sept.
    • Box 15
      Folder 8
      1913 Oct.-Dec.
    • Box 15
      Folder 9
      1914 Jan.
  • L
    • Box 16
      Folder 1
      1910
    • Box 16
      Folder 2
      1911 Jan.-July
    • Box 16
      Folder 3
      1911 Aug.-Dec.
    • Box 16
      Folder 4
      1912 Jan.-May
    • Box 16
      Folder 5
      1912 June-Oct.
    • Box 16
      Folder 6
      1912 Nov.-Dec.
    • Box 16
      Folder 7
      1913 Jan.-Mar.
    • Box 17
      Folder 1
      1913 Apr.-Sept.
    • Box 17
      Folder 2
      1913 Oct.-Dec.
    • Box 17
      Folder 3
      1914 Jan.
    • Box 17
      Folder 4
      Undated
  • M
    • Box 17
      Folder 5
      1910 Jan.-June
    • Box 17
      Folder 6
      1910 July-Sept.
    • Box 17
      Folder 7
      1910 Oct.-Dec.
    • Box 18
      Folder 1
      1911 Jan.-May
    • Box 18
      Folder 2
      1911 June-Sept.
    • Box 18
      Folder 3
      1911 Oct.-Dec.
    • Box 18
      Folder 4
      1912 Jan.-Feb.
    • Box 18
      Folder 5
      1912 Mar.-Apr.
    • Box 18
      Folder 6
      1912 May-July
    • Box 18
      Folder 7
      1912 Aug.-Oct.
    • Box 19
      Folder 1
      1912 Nov.-Dec.
    • Box 19
      Folder 2
      1913 Jan.-Feb.
    • Box 19
      Folder 3
      1913 Mar.
    • Box 19
      Folder 4
      1913 Apr.
    • Box 19
      Folder 5
      1913 May-Aug.
    • Box 19
      Folder 6
      1913 Sept.-Oct.
    • Box 19
      Folder 7
      1913 Nov.-Dec.
    • Box 19
      Folder 8
      1914 Jan.
    • Box 19
      Folder 9
      Undated
  • N
    • Box 20
      Folder 1
      1910
    • Box 20
      Folder 2
      1911
    • Box 20
      Folder 3
      1912
    • Box 20
      Folder 4
      1913
    • Box 20
      Folder 5
      1914 Jan.
    • Box 20
      Folder 6
      Undated
  • O
    • Box 20
      Folder 7
      1910
    • Box 20
      Folder 8
      1911
    • Box 20
      Folder 9
      1912
    • Box 20
      Folder 10
      1913
    • Box 20
      Folder 11
      1914 Jan.
    • Box 20
      Folder 12
      Undated
  • P
    • Box 21
      Folder 1
      1910 Feb.-June
    • Box 21
      Folder 2
      1910 July-Dec.
    • Box 21
      Folder 3
      1911 Jan.-Sept.
    • Box 21
      Folder 4
      1911 Oct.-Dec.
    • Box 21
      Folder 5
      1912 Jan.-Apr.
    • Box 21
      Folder 6
      1912 May-Sept.
    • Box 21
      Folder 7
      1912 Oct.-Dec.
    • Box 22
      Folder 1
      1913 Jan.-Mar.
    • Box 22
      Folder 2
      1913 Apr.-June
    • Box 22
      Folder 3
      1913 July-Dec.
    • Box 22
      Folder 4
      1914 Jan.
    • Box 22
      Folder 5
      Undated
  • R
    • Box 22
      Folder 6
      1910
    • Box 22
      Folder 7
      1911 Jan.-June
    • Box 23
      Folder 1
      1911 July-Dec.
    • Box 23
      Folder 2
      1912 Jan.-Apr.
    • Box 23
      Folder 3
      1912 May-Oct.
    • Box 23
      Folder 3
      1912 Nov.-Dec.
    • Box 23
      Folder 4
      1913 Jan.-March
    • Box 23
      Folder 5
      1913 April-June
    • Box 23
      Folder 6
      1913 July-Nov.
    • Box 24
      Folder 1
      1913 Dec.
    • Box 24
      Folder 2
      1914 Jan.
    • Box 24
      Folder 3
      Undated
  • S
    • Box 24
      Folder 4
      1910 Feb.-Apr.
    • Box 24
      Folder 5
      1910 May-July
    • Box 24
      Folder 6
      1910 Aug.-Dec.
    • Box 24
      Folder 7
      1911 Jan.-March
    • Box 24
      Folder 8
      1911 April-July
    • Box 25
      Folder 1
      1911 Aug.-Oct.
    • Box 25
      Folder 2
      1911 Nov.-Dec.
    • Box 25
      Folder 3
      1912 Jan.-Feb.
    • Box 25
      Folder 4
      1912 March-May
    • Box 25
      Folder 5
      1912 June-Sept.
    • Box 25
      Folder 6
      1912 Oct.-Dec.
    • Box 26
      Folder 1
      1913 Jan.-Feb.
    • Box 26
      Folder 2
      1913 Mar.
    • Box 26
      Folder 3
      1913 Apr.-May
    • Box 26
      Folder 4
      1913 June-Aug.
    • Box 26
      Folder 5
      1913 Sept.-Oct.
    • Box 26
      Folder 6
      1913 Nov.-Dec.
    • Box 26
      Folder 7
      1914 Jan.
    • Box 26
      Folder 6
      Undated
  • T
    • Box 27
      Folder 1
      1910
    • Box 27
      Folder 2
      1911
    • Box 27
      Folder 3
      1912 Jan.-July
    • Box 27
      Folder 4
      1912 Aug.-Dec.
    • Box 27
      Folder 5
      1913 Jan.-June
    • Box 27
      Folder 6
      1913 July-Dec.
    • Box 27
      Folder 7
      1914
    • Box 27
      Folder 8
      Undated
  • Box 27
    Folder 9
    U,
  • V
    • Box 28
      Folder 1
      1910-1912
    • Box 28
      Folder 2
      1913
  • W
    • Box 28
      Folder 3
      1910 Feb.-May
    • Box 28
      Folder 4
      1910 June-Dec.
    • Box 28
      Folder 5
      1911 Jan.-April
    • Box 28
      Folder 5
      1911 May-Aug.
    • Box 29
      Folder 1
      1911 Sept.-Dec.
    • Box 29
      Folder 2
      1912 Jan.-March
    • Box 29
      Folder 3
      1912 April-June
    • Box 29
      Folder 4
      1912 July-Sept.
    • Box 29
      Folder 5
      1912 Oct.-Dec.
    • Box 29
      Folder 6
      1913 Jan.-March
    • Box 30
      Folder 1
      1913 April-June
    • Box 30
      Folder 2
      1913 July-Oct.
    • Box 30
      Folder 3
      1913 Nov.-Dec.
  • Box 30
    Folder 4
    Y, 1910-1913
  • Box 30
    Folder 5
    Z, 1911-1913
  • Box 30
    Folder 6
    Anonymous, 1910-1914
Series II: Subject Files, 1899-1914.
Boxes: 31-54
Extent: 24 boxes.

Series II. The Subject Files series is housed in twenty-four archival boxes and is arranged alphabetically. This series contains correspondence, legislation, proclamations, vouchers, receipts, contracts, news clippings, bills, minutes, statements, reports, recommendations, applications for pardons, prison records, petitions, and other sundry items. Included in this series are subject files related to the United Agricultural Board, the Virginia Penitentiary, Paid Bills, Rejected Applications for Pardons, Proclamations, the Adjutant General, the Attorney General, Recommendations, the Gettysburg Monument Committee, Racetrack Gambling in Norfolk, and others.

Materials related to the United Agricultural Board make up the largest portion of this series. The United Agricultural Board was created by an act of the legislature to coordinate the Virginia College of Agriculture & Polytechnic Institute, the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, the Commissioner & State Board of Agriculture, and the State Board of Education in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. This collaboration endeavored to improve agricultural, experimental, & demonstration work and to advance the agricultural interest of the state. The correspondence to/from Governor Mann relates to board meetings, appropriations, vouchers, and other subjects. Correspondents include P.B Barringer, President of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute; J.D. Eggleston, Jr., Superintendent of Public Instruction; S.W Fletcher, Director of the Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station; Rives B. Hardy, Secretary of the United Agricultural Board; Nancy D. Hughes, secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture; George W. Koiner, Commissioner of Agriculture, Bradford Knapp, special agent in charge, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture; C. Lee Moore, Auditor of Public Accounts; and T.O. Sandy, state agent, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.

In addition to correspondence, the United Agricultural Board records contains minutes, statements, receipts, reports and vouchers. Vouchers comprise the largest portion of these records. The vouchers mostly relate to the payment of monthly salaries, equipment, travel expenses, Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station expenses, Farmers' Cooperative Demonstration Work expenses, the Virginia Polytechnic Institute, the Commissioner of Agriculture, the State Board of Education, the Girls' Garden Club Fund, the Secretary of the Agricultural Board, and the transportation & installation of county exhibits at the Virginia State Fair.

Rejected Applications for Pardons and Removal of Political Disabilities are also abundant in this series. These files are arranged alphabetically by applicant and often include correspondence to/from Governor Mann and Commonwealth's attorneys, prisoners, John Wood, Superintendent of the Penitentiary, family members, judges, Charles Hutzler, President of the Prison Association of Virginia, and sheriffs. These files often include prison records and petition on behalf of the applicant.

The Virginia Penitentiary is another significant part of this series. The correspondence to/from Governor Mann concerns the State Farm, road camps, the hiring out of convicts, a contract for the manufacture of shoes, and petitions against the contract from the Reliance Manufacturing Company. Correspondents include Maj. John B. Wood, Superintendent of the Virginia Penitentiary; Maj. J.D. Patton, Chairman of the Penitentiary, and the Reliance Manufacturing Company. The Convict Lime Board files contain additional correspondence to/from Governor Mann regarding the crushing or pulverizing of limestone, particularly the establishment of plants for the grinding of limestone & oyster shells to be furnished to farmers. This correspondence also relates to the act of the Legislature known as the Lime Convict Act for locating a plant to grind limestone in a convenient and central place in the Commonwealth. The correspondence often includes catalogs and other information on products. Noteworthy is an agreement between James A. Wilson of Rockbridge County and the state of Virginia to examine his property for the purpose of ascertaining the quantity & quality of his limestone deposit with the view of establishing a lime grinding plant (1913 Apr. 2). Also noteworthy is correspondence to railroad companies regarding the fixing of railroad rates for hauling limestone (1911) and correspondence regarding the calling of a conference of the presidents of the various railroads to consider rates on lime & ground limestone.

The Attorney General's files contain important opinions conveyed by Samuel W. Williams or Richard B. Davis, Assistant Attorney General, to Governor Mann. Williams provides opinions on the following topics: the Sunday Train Bill (Senate Bill No. 60), a tribunal to hear the establishment of a public highway (House Bill No. 326), the Radford City Charter, the act to amend & re-enact the act to secure to operatives & laborers in coal mines, iron & steel factories, etc. (House Bill No 281), the payment of wages at regular intervals, the investment in boards of supervisors of counties having a greater population than three hundred inhabitants per square mile (Senate Bill No. 100), the payment of a license tax on motor vehicles by the Imperial German Embassy, an appropriation of Congress for the purchase of the Chesapeake & Albemarle Canal property, and the power of the governor to remove members of the Penitentiary Board.

The Education files document correspondence to/from Governor Mann and R.C. Stearnes, Secretary of the State Board of Education, and other members of the board. This correspondence involves meetings, quarterly reports, the Co-Operative Education Association of Virginia, the Normal School for Women to be established in Radford, and charges against Dr. P.B. Barringer, President of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute, for poor administration. Also significant are letters of recommendations for superintendents of schools for various localities.

Files associated with the contamination of oysters involve oyster contamination in the Potomac River. Governor Mann appointed Dr. Mead Ferguson as bacteriologist and E.W. Magruder as chemist on the part of Virginia to serve in conjunction with the experts appointed by Gov. Philips L. Goldsborough, Maryland, and the U.S. government. Includes correspondence from Gov. Goldsborough; Thomas Parran, House of Representatives; the Commission on the Merchant Marine & Fisheries; E.W. Magruder; James Wilson & David F. Houston, U.S. Secretaries of Agriculture; W. McDonald Lee, Commissioner of Fisheries; Thomas S. Martin, U.S. Senate; and Dr. Meade Ferguson.

Racetrack gambling in Norfolk became a controversial subject during Mann's governorship as Mann fought to stop illegal betting at the Jamestown Jockey Club in Norfolk. Includes correspondence to/from Mann and Judge Joseph T. Lawless, Norfolk Circuit Court; Samuel W. Williams, Attorney General; J. Sydney Smith, attorney; and R.C. Marshall, Commonwealth's Attorney. These files also include a copy of the court case between the Commonwealth and the Jamestown Jockey Club, Inc.

Arranged alphabetically.

  • Adjutant General
    • Box 31
      Folder 1
      1910
    • Box 31
      Folder 2
      1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 3
      1912
    • Box 31
      Folder 4
      1913
    • Box 31
      Folder 5
      1914
    • Box 31
      Folder 6
      Coast Artillery Corps Election, 1910-1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 7
      Military Board Finances, 1910
  • Appropriation Requests
    • Box 31
      Folder 8
      1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 9
      1912
    • Box 31
      Folder 10
      Central State Hospital, 1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 11
      College of William and Mary, 1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 12
      Eastern State Hospital, 1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 13
      Southwestern State Hospital, 1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 14
      State Board of Charities and Corrections, 1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 15
      State Female Normal School, 1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 16
      State Normal and Industrial School, 1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 17
      State Normal and Industrial School for Women, 1912
    • Box 31
      Folder 18
      University of Virginia, 1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 19
      Virginia Military Institute, 1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 20
      Virginia Normal and Industrial School, 1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 21
      Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 22
      Virginia School for the Deaf & Blind, 1912
    • Box 31
      Folder 23
      Virginia State Epileptic Colony, 1911-1912
    • Box 31
      Folder 24
      Virginia State Library, 1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 25
      Virginia State School for Colored Deaf and Blind Children, 1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 26
      Western State Hospital, 1911-1912
  • Attorney General
    • Box 31
      Folder 27
      1910
    • Box 31
      Folder 28
      1911
    • Box 31
      Folder 29
      1912
    • Box 32
      Folder 1
      1913
    • Box 32
      Folder 2
      1914
  • Education
    • Box 32
      Folder 3
      Board of Education, 1910-1913
    • Co-Operative Education Association of Virginia
      • Box 32
        Folder 4
        Minutes, 1910-1911
      • Box 32
        Folder 5
        Quarterly Reports, 1911
    • Box 32
      Folder 6
      Normal School For Women, 1910-1911
    • School Superintendent Appointments
      • Box 32
        Folder 7
        A, 1913
      • Box 32
        Folder 8
        B, 1910-1913
      • Box 32
        Folder 9
        C, 1910-1913
      • Box 32
        Folder 10
        D, 1912-1913
      • Box 32
        Folder 11
        E, 1912-1913
      • Box 33
        Folder 1
        F, 1910-1913
      • Box 33
        Folder 2
        G, 1913
      • Box 33
        Folder 3
        H, 1910-1913
      • Box 33
        Folder 4
        I, 1913
      • Box 33
        Folder 5
        J, 1913
      • Box 33
        Folder 6
        K, 1913
      • Box 33
        Folder 7
        L, 1911-1913
      • Box 33
        Folder 8
        M, 1910-1913
      • Box 33
        Folder 9
        N, 1911-1913
      • Box 33
        Folder 10
        O, 1913
      • Box 33
        Folder 11
        P, 1911-1913
      • Box 33
        Folder 12
        R, 1911-1913
      • Box 34
        Folder 1
        S, 1911-1913
      • Box 34
        Folder 2
        T, 1910-1913
      • Box 34
        Folder 3
        V, 1913
      • W
        • Box 34
          Folder 4
          1910-1913 May
        • Box 34
          Folder 5
          1913 June
    • Box 34
      Folder 6
      Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1910-1912
  • Box 34
    Folder 7
    Escape of John Moore from Nelson County Jail, 1910-1912
  • Box 34
    Folder 8
    Fifth International Conference on State and Local Taxation, 1911
  • Box 34
    Folder 9
    Ford Hotel Block Purchase, 1913
  • Financial Statements
    • Box 34
      Folder 10
      Dairy and Food Division of the Dept. of Agriculture and Immigration, 1911
    • Box 34
      Folder 11
      State Normal and Industrial School, 1913
    • Box 34
      Folder 12
      Virginia Penitentiary, 1910-1913
    • Box 34
      Folder 13
      Virginia State Library, 1911
  • General Assembly
    • Box 34
      Folder 14
      1911
    • Box 34
      Folder 15
      1912-1913
    • Box 34
      Folder 16
      H.B. 281 - Requests for Passage, 1910
    • Box 34
      Folder 17
      H.B. 281 - Requests for Veto, 1910
    • Box 35
      Folder 1
      Legislation Under Consideration, 1911-1912
    • Box 35
      Folder 2
      Refusal to Call Extra Session, 1910
  • Gettysburg Monument Committee
    • Box 35
      Folder 3
      1910
    • Box 35
      Folder 4
      1911
    • Box 35
      Folder 5
      1912
    • Box 35
      Folder 6
      1913
    • Box 35
      Folder 7
      Contracts, 1910-1913
    • Box 35
      Folder 8
      Legislation, 1911
  • Box 35
    Folder 9
    Honaker Boundary (Russell County, Va.), 1910
  • Box 35
    Folder 10
    Invitations, 1911-1912
  • Box 35
    Folder 11
    Miscellaneous, 1905-1913
  • Box 35
    Folder 12
    Newspaper Clippings, 1910-1913
  • Box 35
    Folder 13
    Norton Charter Amendment (Wise Co., Va.), 1910
  • Notary Applications
    • Box 35
      Folder 14
      A, 1912
    • Box 35
      Folder 15
      B, 1911-1913
    • Box 35
      Folder 16
      C, 1910-1912
    • Box 35
      Folder 17
      D, 1911-1913
    • Box 35
      Folder 18
      F, 1911-1913
    • Box 35
      Folder 19
      G, 1911-1913
    • Box 35
      Folder 20
      H, 1911-1913
    • Box 35
      Folder 21
      J, 1910-1911
    • Box 35
      Folder 22
      K, 1912
    • Box 35
      Folder 23
      L, 1911-1913
    • Box 35
      Folder 24
      M, 1910-1913
    • Box 35
      Folder 25
      N, 1913
    • Box 35
      Folder 26
      O, 1911
    • Box 36
      Folder 1
      P, 1911-1913
    • Box 36
      Folder 2
      R, 1910-1912
    • Box 36
      Folder 3
      S, 1911-1913
    • Box 36
      Folder 4
      T, 1910-1912
    • Box 36
      Folder 5
      V, 1912
    • Box 36
      Folder 6
      W, 1911-1913
    • Box 36
      Folder 7
      Y, 1910
    • Box 36
      Folder 8
      Z, 1911
  • Oyster Contamination
    • Box 36
      Folder 9
      1912
    • Box 36
      Folder 10
      1913
    • Box 36
      Folder 11
      1914
  • Paid Bills
    • Box 36
      Folder 12
      A, 1910-1913
    • Box 36
      Folder 13
      B, 1910-1914
    • Box 36
      Folder 14
      C, 1910-1914
    • Box 36
      Folder 15
      D, 1910-1913
    • Box 36
      Folder 16
      E, 1911-1913
    • Box 36
      Folder 17
      F, 1910-1913
    • Box 36
      Folder 18
      G, 1910-1913
    • Box 36
      Folder 19
      H, 1910-1913
    • Box 36
      Folder 20
      I, 1912
    • Box 36
      Folder 21
      J, 1910-1912
    • Box 36
      Folder 22
      K, 1910-1913
    • Box 36
      Folder 23
      L, 1910-1914
    • M
      • Box 37
        Folder 1
        1910-1912
      • Box 37
        Folder 2
        1913-1914
    • Box 37
      Folder 3
      N, 1910-1913
    • Box 37
      Folder 4
      O, 1910-1913
    • Box 37
      Folder 5
      P, 1910-1913
    • Box 37
      Folder 6
      R, 1910-1913
    • Box 37
      Folder 7
      S, 1910-1913
    • Box 37
      Folder 8
      T, 1910-1914
    • Box 37
      Folder 9
      U, 1910-1912
    • Box 37
      Folder 10
      V, 1910-1912
    • Box 37
      Folder 11
      W, 1910-1913
    • Box 37
      Folder 12
      Y, 1910-1911
  • Box 38
    Folder 1
    Printed Material, 1910-1912
  • Proclamations
    • Box 38
      Folder 2
      1910
    • Box 38
      Folder 3
      1911
    • Box 38
      Folder 4
      1912
    • Box 38
      Folder 5
      1913
  • Box 38
    Folder 5a
    Quarantine, 1909-1910
  • Racetrack Gambling in Norfolk
    • Box 38
      Folder 6
      1911 Feb.-March
    • Box 38
      Folder 7
      1911 April-June
    • Box 38
      Folder 8
      1911 July-Dec.
    • Box 38
      Folder 9
      1912-1913
  • Recommendations
    • Auditor of Public Accounts
      • Box 38
        Folder 10
        Cardwell, W.D., 1910
      • Box 38
        Folder 11
        Donohoe, S.R., 1910
      • Box 38
        Folder 12
        General, 1910
      • Box 38
        Folder 13
        Harris, J.M., 1910
      • Box 38
        Folder 14
        Moore, C. Lee, 1910-1911
      • Box 38
        Folder 15
        Smyth, W.F., 1910
    • Board of Agriculture (5th District)
      • Box 38
        Folder 16
        Burch, T.G., 1912
      • Box 38
        Folder 17
        Gregory, J.W., Undated
      • Box 38
        Folder 18
        Wilson, William T., 1912
    • Dairy and Food Commissioner
      • Box 39
        Folder 1
        Covington, T.S.D., 1911
      • Box 39
        Folder 2
        Ferguson, Meade, 1911
      • Box 39
        Folder 3
        Garrett, Paul, 1911
      • Box 39
        Folder 4
        Pucell, Benjamin L., 1911
      • Box 39
        Folder 5
        Shelton, T.P., 1911
    • Game Commissioner
      • Box 39
        Folder 6
        Aldridge, Frederick M., 1912
      • Box 39
        Folder 7
        Blanton, R.W., 1912
      • Box 39
        Folder 8
        Hart, M.D., 1912
      • Box 39
        Folder 9
        Holbrook, E.R., 1912
      • Box 39
        Folder 10
        Roane, Richard B., 1912
    • Judicial Circuit (15th)
      • Box 39
        Folder 11
        Chichester, R.H.L., 1910
      • Box 39
        Folder 12
        Ennis, W.E., 1910
      • Box 39
        Folder 13
        General, 1910
      • Box 39
        Folder 14
        Haw, George P., 1910
      • Box 39
        Folder 15
        Moncure, E.C. 1910
    • Box 39
      Folder 16
      Southwestern State Hospital Board of Directors - Killinger, George G., 1910
    • Staff Vacancy
      • Box 39
        Folder 17
        Cunningham, E.L., 1911
      • Box 39
        Folder 18
        Hix, C.H, 1911
      • Box 39
        Folder 19
        Mount, W.D. & Galtchins, J.L., 1911
      • Box 39
        Folder 20
        Myers, H.S., 1911
      • Box 39
        Folder 21
        Pitts, A.L., Jr., 1911
      • Box 39
        Folder 22
        Rogers, C.W., 1911
      • Box 39
        Folder 23
        Tillett, T.R., 1911
  • Rejected Applications for Pardons & Removal of Political Disabilities
    • Box 39
      Folder 24
      A, 1911-1913
    • Box 39
      Folder 25
      Bailey-Blankenship, 1910-1913
    • Box 40
      Folder 1
      Booker-Bryant, 1910-1914
    • Box 40
      Folder 2
      Buck-Butt, 1910-1913
    • Box 40
      Folder 3
      Cadle-Cochran, 1910-1914
    • Box 40
      Folder 4
      Coleman-Cunningham, 1910-1914
    • Box 40
      Folder 5
      Dalton-Donson, 1910-1913
    • Box 40
      Folder 6
      Dorton-Dyson, 1910-1913
    • Box 40
      Folder 7
      E, 1910-1914
    • Box 41
      Folder 1
      F, 1910-1914
    • Box 41
      Folder 2
      Gaillord-Grayson, 1910-1913
    • Box 41
      Folder 3
      Green-Guynn, 1910-1912
    • Box 41
      Folder 4
      Haley-Hill, 1910-1913
    • Box 41
      Folder 5
      Hines-Hodges, 1910-1913
    • Box 41
      Folder 6
      Holberg-Hutchinson, 1910-1914
    • Box 41
      Folder 7
      I, 1910
    • Box 41
      Folder 8
      J, 1910-1913
    • Box 42
      Folder 1
      K, 1910-1913
    • Box 42
      Folder 2
      Laine-Lewis, 1910-1913
    • Box 42
      Folder 3
      Light-Lloyd, 1910-1913
    • Box 42
      Folder 4
      Logan-Lyons, 1910-1913
    • Box 42
      Folder 5
      Mack-Meekins, 1910-1914
    • Box 42
      Folder 6
      Miller-Myers, 1910-1913
    • Box 42
      Folder 7
      N, 1910-1913
    • Box 42
      Folder 8
      O, 1910-1913
    • Box 43
      Folder 1
      Painter-Payne, 1910-1913
    • Box 43
      Folder 2
      Peebles-Pullon, 1910-1914
    • Box 43
      Folder 3
      Q, 1911
    • Box 43
      Folder 4
      R, 1910-1914
    • Box 43
      Folder 5
      Saul-Shumaker, 1910-1913
    • Box 43
      Folder 6
      Silvers-Sprouse, 1910-1913
    • Box 43
      Folder 7
      Staples-Swank, 1910-1912
    • Box 44
      Folder 1
      T, 1910-1913
    • Box 44
      Folder 2
      U, 1910-1913
    • Box 44
      Folder 3
      V, 1911
    • Box 44
      Folder 4
      Waddey-West, 1910-1913
    • Box 44
      Folder 5
      Whitaker-Woodson, 1910-1913
    • Box 44
      Folder 6
      Woodward-Wright, 1910-1913
    • Box 44
      Folder 7
      Y, 1910-1913
    • Box 44
      Folder 8
      Unidentified, 1910-1913
  • Reports
    • Box 44
      Folder 9
      Auditing Committee, 1910-1911
    • Box 44
      Folder 10
      Miller Fund, 1912
    • Box 44
      Folder 11
      State Accountant, 1911-1912
    • State Board of Charities and Corrections
      • Box 44
        Folder 12
        Committment of Ripley Children to the Care of the Children's Home Society, 1911
      • Box 44
        Folder 13
        Convict Road Force, 1911
      • Box 44
        Folder 14
        Eastern State Hospital, 1911
      • Box 44
        Folder 15
        Laurel Industrial School, 1911
      • Box 44
        Folder 16
        Virginia Home and Industrial School for Girls, 1910
    • Box 44
      Folder 17
      State Board of Dental Examiners, 1912
  • Box 44
    Folder 18
    Staff Correspondence, 1911-1914
  • United Agricultural Board of Virginia
    • Box 45
      Folder 1
      Boys Corn Club, 1911-1913
    • Correspondence
      • Box 45
        Folder 2
        A, 1910-1913
      • Box 45
        Folder 3
        B, 1910-1913
      • Box 45
        Folder 4
        C, 1910-1913
      • Box 45
        Folder 5
        D, 1910-1913
      • Box 45
        Folder 6
        E, 1910-1914
      • Box 45
        Folder 7
        F, 1910-1913
      • Box 45
        Folder 8
        G, 1910-1913
      • Box 45
        Folder 9
        H, 1910-1913
      • Box 45
        Folder 10
        J, 1910-1911
      • Box 45
        Folder 11
        K, 1910-1914
      • Box 45
        Folder 12
        L, 1910-1913
      • Box 46
        Folder 1
        M, 1910-1913
      • Box 46
        Folder 2
        O, 1910-1911
      • Box 46
        Folder 3
        P, 1910-1911
      • Box 46
        Folder 4
        Q, 1910-1913
      • Box 46
        Folder 5
        R, 1911-1913
      • S
        • Box 46
          Folder 6
          1910-1911 June
        • Box 46
          Folder 7
          1911 July-1912 May
        • Box 46
          Folder 8
          1912 June-1913 Oct.
        • Box 46
          Folder 9
          1913 Nov.-1914
      • Box 46
        Folder 10
        T, 1910-1913
      • Box 46
        Folder 11
        U, 1910
      • Box 46
        Folder 12
        W, 1911-1913
    • Box 47
      Folder 1
      Farmer's Cooperation Demonstration Work Local Aid Memorandums, 1912-1913
    • Box 47
      Folder 2
      Legislation, 1910-1912
    • Box 47
      Folder 3
      Minutes, 1910-1913
    • Box 47
      Folder 4
      Miscellaneous, 1910-1913
    • Box 47
      Folder 5
      Receipts, 1911-1914
    • Box 47
      Folder 6
      Statement of Vouchers Approved for Payment, 1910-1911
    • Vouchers
      • Box 47
        Folder 7
        No. 1-50, 1911
      • Box 47
        Folder 8
        No. 51-100, 1911
      • Box 47
        Folder 9
        No. 101-150, 1911
      • Box 47
        Folder 10
        No. 151-200, 1911
      • Box 47
        Folder 11
        No. 201-250, 1911
      • Box 48
        Folder 1
        No. 251-300, 1911
      • Box 48
        Folder 2
        No. 301-350, 1911
      • Box 48
        Folder 3
        No. 351-400, 1911
      • Box 48
        Folder 4
        No. 401-450, 1911
      • Box 48
        Folder 5
        No. 451-500, 1911-1912
      • Box 48
        Folder 6
        No. 501-550, 1912
      • Box 49
        Folder 1
        No. 551-600, 1912
      • Box 49
        Folder 2
        No. 601-650, 1912
      • Box 49
        Folder 3
        No. 651-700, 1912
      • Box 49
        Folder 4
        No. 701-740, 1912
      • Box 49
        Folder 5
        No. 741-760, 1912
      • Box 50
        Folder 1
        No. 761-775, 1912
      • Box 50
        Folder 2
        No. 776-800, 1912
      • Box 50
        Folder 3
        No. 801-850, 1912-1913
      • Box 50
        Folder 4
        No. 851-900, 1913
      • Box 50
        Folder 5
        No. 901-950, 1913
      • Box 50
        Folder 6
        No. 951-1000, 1913
      • Box 51
        Folder 1
        No. 1001-1033, 1913
      • Box 51
        Folder 2
        No. 1034-1060, 1913
      • Box 51
        Folder 3
        No. 1061-1100, 1913
      • Box 51
        Folder 4
        No. 1101-1150, 1913
      • Box 51
        Folder 5
        No. 1151-1200, 1913-1914
      • Box 51
        Folder 6
        No. 1201-1250, 1914
      • Box 52
        Folder 1
        No. 1251-1299, 1914
  • Box 52
    Folder 2
    Virginia Mineral, Timber, and Historical Exhibit, 1911
  • Virginia Penitentiary
    • Box 52
      Folder 3
      1910
    • Box 52
      Folder 4
      1911
    • Box 52
      Folder 5
      1912
    • Box 52
      Folder 6
      1913
    • Box 52
      Folder 7
      Undated
    • Convict Lime Board
      • Box 52
        Folder 8
        Advertising Bills, 1912-1913
      • Box 52
        Folder 9
        Catalogues, 1909-1912
      • Correspondence
        • Box 52
          Folder 10
          1911
        • Box 53
          Folder 1
          1912 Jan.-Apr.
        • Box 53
          Folder 2
          1912 May 1-8
        • Box 53
          Folder 3
          1912 May 9-15
        • Box 53
          Folder 4
          1912 May 16-31
        • Box 53
          Folder 5
          1912 June-Nov.
        • Box 53
          Folder 6
          1913-1914
      • Box 54
        Folder 1
        Railroad Rates, 1911
    • Box 54
      Folder 2
      Publications from Other States 1899-1910
  • Box 54
    Folder 3
    Virginia Tax Commission, 1911
Oversized
  • Correspondence (Alphabetical)
    • Box 55
      Folder 1
      A-H, 1910-1913 .
    • Box 55
      Folder 2
      J-R, 1910-1913 .
    • Box 55
      Folder 3
      S-W, 1910-1913 .
  • Subject Files
    • Box 56
      Folder 1
      General Assembly, 1913 .
    • Box 56
      Folder 2
      Miscellaneous, 1911 .
    • Box 56
      Folder 3
      Paid Bills, 1911-1912 .
    • Box 56
      Folder 4
      Proclamations, 1910-1912 .
    • Box 56
      Folder 4a
      Quarantine Reports, 1909-1910 .
    • Box 56
      Folder 5
      Rejected Applications for Pardons, 1911-1913 .
    • Box 56
      Folder 6
      United Agricultural Board, 1911-1913 .
    • Box 56
      Folder 7
      Virginia Penitentiary, 1911-1912 .