A Guide to the Records of the Charlottesville School Board 1869-2006 Charlottesville School Board, Records, 1869-2006 14210

A Guide to the Records of the Charlottesville School Board 1869-2006

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Records of the Charlottesville School Board 1869-2006
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Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Boxes 38-45 are restricted. Charlottesville City Schools staff may access with written permission of chair of the City School Board or the Superintendent of City Schools.

Use Restrictions

Boxes 38-45 are restricted. Charlottesville City Schools staff may access with written permission of chair of the City School Board or the Superintendent of City Schools.

Preferred Citation

Records of the Charlottesville School Board, 1869-2006, #14210, Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.

Acquisitions Information

The Charlottesville City School Board loaned the collection to the University of Virginia Library on December 20, 2007.


Biographical/Historical Information

One of the first public schools in Charlottesville dates back to [1881] and was named "Midway Grammar and High School" or Primary School, and was the school for white children. It was also referred to as Lane or Charlottesville School (although a high school was built in 1940 which was also named Lane after Principal James Walker Lane). Midway was located on the east end of Main Street and originally provided education for elementary, middle and high school students. There was a school for "Negroes" which was the "Jefferson Graded School" and was located in the Delevan Hotel building on 632 Main Street in 1865. It was later moved to Brown and Fifth Street Northwest [1926] near the western edge of the Vinegar Hill neighborhood. New schools were soon constructed, McGuffey Elementary in 1916 located on Second Street; Venable Elementary was built on Fourteenth Street in 1922; George Rogers Clark Elementary School was built in Belmont in 1930; and Lane High School was built on Preston Avenue and McIntire Road in 1940. These schools were built under the careful scrutiny of James G. Johnson, who was the Superintendent of Schools from1909 to 1946 and knew every detail of the construction. According to his correspondence, overseeing the construction on a weekly if not a daily basis caused him many sleepless nights and exhausted him physically and mentally.

Fendall R. Ellis was the next school superintendent from 1947 to 1964 and had the difficult task of trying to keep the schools open during desegregation. He was included in the lawsuits in all three of the important court cases in Charlottesville and worked closely with the attorney for the School Board, John S. Battle, Jr. Ellis tried to mediate between massive resisters and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in order to keep the schools open during desegregation.

As the number of school buildings multiplied and the issue of desegregation gained acceptance, the next school superintendents wrestled with more general issues in education, such as budgets, overcrowding, quality of education, new methods of teaching, the safety of students, busing, sex education in schools, and maintaining diversity in all of the Charlottesville City Schools. These school superintendents were George C. Tramontin from 1963 to 1966; Edward R. Rushton from 1967 to 1972; William J. Ellena from 1973 to 1981; Thomas J. McLernon from 1981 to 1982; Vincent C. Cibbarelli from 1982 to 1989; Joseph R. McGeehan from 1990 to 1995, and Dorothea Shannon [1996-2001].

Scope and Content

This collection consists of the official records of the Charlottesville School Board from 1869 to 2006, including information about events that occurred during the desegregation of the schools in Charlottesville, Virginia from 1954 to 1964. There is extensive correspondence, as well as legal documents, petitions from Oliver W. Hill to end segregation, an order from the Governor of Virginia to close the schools (1958 September), a report by Booker T. Reaves on the attitudes regarding desegregation, and transcripts of the major desegregation cases in Charlottesville: Doris Marie Allen et al., v. Fendall R. Ellis and the City of Charlottesville School Board, (1956 July 12), Caroline M. Dodson v. Fendall R. Ellis and the City of Charlottesville School Board, (1961 April 14), and Doris Dillard v. Fendall R. Ellis and the City of Charlottesville School Board, (1962 September 17).

Correspondents include Governor James Lindsay Almond, Jr., Governor Thomas B. Stanley, Superintendent of Schools Fendall R. Ellis, George C. Tramontin, John S. Battle, Jr., Oliver W. Hill, James Harry Michael, Jr., Thomas J. Michie, Booker T. Reaves, Charles E. Moran, Judge John Paul, and Sarah Patton Boyle. (Series I Desegregation correspondence and court cases)

There are also desegregation plans, news clippings, a report by Paul Gaston and Thomas Hammond, and speeches by John S. Battle, Jr., and Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr. (Series II General Desegregation)

The rest of the collection relates to general school issues facing the School Board and the City of Charlottesville. The superintendents of the schools worked closely with the City Council and their correspondence is represented in this collection. Correspondents include Bernard J. Haggerty, Lindsay Mount, Burkett Reynolds, G. A. Vogt, Mitchell Van Yahres, Francis H. Fife, Charles L. Barbour, Nancy O'Brien, Laurence A. Brunton, Frank L. Buck, Elizabeth "Bitsy" Waters, Alvin Edwards, Thomas J. Vandever, James E. Bowen, T. W. Edwards, Cole Hendrix, and David J. Toscano.

There is also correspondence between the superintendent of schools and legal counsel (James Harry Michael, Jr.) about general advice and legal updates for the School Board from 1923-1995. (Series III Correspondence)

There is detailed information about facilities management and the construction of Charlottesville schools including architectural drawings (from 1913-1940) in the correspondence of Superintendent of Schools, James G. Johnson and architects, Charles J. Calrow and Pendleton Scott Clark. The correspondence mentions that some of the Charlottesville contractors were upset that bids on the construction work was awarded to out of town businesses. (Series IV)

The schools mentioned in this collection are Midway Grammar and High (1895-?), Jefferson (1869-1958), McGuffey Elementary (1916-1973), Venable Elementary (1925-present), George Rogers Clark Elementary (1930-present), Lane High (1940-1973), Jackson P. Burley Middle (1949-present), Johnson Elementary (1954-present), Walker Upper Elementary (1966-present), Jackson-Via Elementary (1966-present), Burnley-Moran Elementary (1954-present), Greenbrier Elementary (1962-present), Buford Middle (1966-present), and Charlottesville High School (1974-present).

There are also School Board minutes from 1879, and 1896-1898 in a bound volume. (Series VI). Other minutes of the School Board are related to general topics and are filed with correspondence in Series I Desegregation correspondence, Series II General desegregation, Series III Correspondence and Series IV Facilities Management correspondence.

There is miscellaneous information about principals, schools, and teachers (including war bonds for teachers), financial information including bank statements, expenditures, and payroll information, news clippings, and photographs. There are also deeds, reports, and records with information about land purchases, annual reports, fire drills, lunch menus, census and enrollment records, and teacher record books with student grades and attendance records. There are also reel to reel tapes of School Board meetings, trophies, printing blocks, and a school banner. The collection contains approximately 16,500 items, 167 hollinger boxes, 6 cubic boxes and 76.5 linear feet.

Arrangement

The collection is organized into ten series and is mostly arranged in chronological order. Series I on Desegregation is divided into two subseries: A. Correspondence and B. Court cases. Series II is General desegregation, which includes plans, minutes, news clippings, information about organizations, reports, interview notes, speeches, and statements, all arranged by topic. Series III is Correspondence and has two subseries: A. Legal correspondence and B. Correspondence with City Council, and the correspondence of the school superintendents. Series IV is Facilities Management and has two subseries: A. Correspondence and B. Specifications. Series V is financial information. Series VI is minutes of the School Board from 1879 to 1898, Series VII contains news clippings, Series VIII is miscellaneous information about principals, teachers, and schools, Series IX is photographs, and Series X has deeds, reports, and records.

Box and Contents Listing

Series I: Desegregation
  • A. Correspondence
    • Box-folder 1:1
      Letter from Attorney General J. Lindsay Almond, Jr. to the Honorable Blake T. Newton, President, State Board of Education 1954 May 27
      1 item

      Following the Court decision of Brown v. Board of Education, Attorney General Almond advised that the schools follow their current procedures regarding segregation until a final decree was made by the courts.

    • Box-folder 1:2
      Letters from Dowell J. Howard, Superintendent of Public Instruction to the Superintendents of Virginia Schools 1954, June 7, July 6
      2 items

      Mr. Howard requested that the Superintendents cooperate fully with Governor Thomas B. Stanley's order to operate the schools on the basis of segregation. Attached to his letter is census information for schools in Virginia in the 1950's.

    • Box-folder 1:3
      Fendall R. Ellis sent Dr. F. G. Lankford Jr. a copy of a School Board Resolution regarding the recent Court decision 1954 October 27
      3 items

      The School Board Resolution (which is included here) states that it will maintain the public school system, take cautions with the elimination of compulsory school attendance, stay flexible, and encourage people with different views to be able to work together. There is also an article from The Daily Progress about the Resolution and a letter from Dr. Ellis.

    • Box-folder 1:4
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to the School Board members 1954 November 3
      1 item

      Dr. Ellis wrote to the School Board regarding an article (that is not present) on "Segregation in the Schools" by John T. Fey, Dean of the Law School at George Washington University. James Harry Michael, Jr. recommended that each member read it.

    • Box-folder 1:5
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and Mr. P.A. Wallenborn and an article from the Raleigh newspaper News and Observer1954 November 29
      3 items

      Ellis thanked Wallenborn for sending him an article about a brief filed with the U. S. Supreme Court by the State of North Carolina and a desegregation plan. (The article is present.)

    • Box-folder 1:6
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Dr. Lindley J. Stiles, Dean of the School of Education at the University of Virginia 1954 December 3
      2 items

      Dr. Ellis thanked Dr. Stiles for writing to R. Stanley Goodman complimenting the Charlottesville City Board of Education on their resolution regarding the problem of segregation. The letter from Lindley J. Stiles to R. Stanley Goodman is included.

    • Box-folder 1:7
      Correspondence between the public and Fendall R. Ellis against integration 1954-1958
      35 items

      Comments include [they would be] "perfectly willing to abolish the present public school system" rather than "see mixed schools in Virginia;" "The negro is a pure jungle product;" "white children attend school during one part of the day and the Negro children attend during the other part of the day;" "Isenhower [sic] is a rabid integrationist, has entirely desegrated [sic] the armed forces of this nation." There are also news clippings about the abolishment of schools in Mississippi. Superintendent Ellis responded with a simple acknowledgement of their position.

    • Box-folder 1:8
      Correspondence between the public and Fendall R. Ellis for integration 1956; 1958
      4 items

      One letter is from a parent who supported integration and wanted to keep the schools open. Another is from parents who wanted their child to attend an integrated school and planned to send the child away to a more progressive school unless Charlottesville embraced integration in the schools. Dr. Ellis responded to each letter.

    • Box-folder 1:9
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis and Dowell J. Howard to the School Board and Division Superintendents 1955 June 14
      2 items

      Ellis and Howard wrote to the School Board and Division Superintendents about the Supreme Court's opinion of May 31 which stated that "racial discrimination in public education is unconstitutional" but must be dealt with on a local level.

    • Box-folder 1:10
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis and Dowell J. Howard to the School Board 1955 June 28, 30
      2 items

      The letters discuss the policy statement from the Governor which said that the decision of the United States Supreme Court created problems and would need appropriate legislation to support its views.

    • Box-folder 1:11
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to R. Stanley Goodman, Jr. and a petition filed by the law firm of Hill, Martin and Robinson 1955 October 6
      2 items

      Oliver W. Hill's petition requests that the School Board voluntarily desegregate the schools for the 1956-1957 school term.

    • Box-folder 1:12
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to the School Board regarding an analysis of Brown v. Board by [James Harry] Michael 1955 November
      3 items

      Dr. Ellis informed them of a meeting to discuss an analysis of Brown v. Board written by [James Harry] Michael. There is a list of questions from the Committee of the Whole and a copy of the analysis.

    • Box-folder 1:13
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to the School Board and a telegram from the Pupil Placement Board 1956 January 3
      2 items

      Ellis wrote to the School Board about a telegram from the placement board which ordered that the "local school boards and division superintendents are divested of all such powers" in the placement of pupils.

    • Box-folder 1:14
      Correspondence between Fendall R. Ellis and James Harry Michael, Jr. about an article, "The Legal Liability of School Districts" (not present) 1956 March 1, 6
      2 items
    • Box-folder 1:15
      Letters between Oliver W. Hill and Fendall R. Ellis 1956 April 6
      5 items

      Hill wrote that he was waiting for a response to his petition (see 1:11) Dr. Ellis responded that "no action has been taken in this matter…" Also included is a letter from Ellis to the School Board and an excerpt from the School Board minutes.

    • Box-folder 1:16
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Governor Thomas B. Stanley and a statement from Governor Stanley 1956 May 14
      2 items

      Dr. Ellis wrote that the School Board would be meeting with Attorney General Almond concerning the law suit. Governor Stanley issued a statement announcing that he would request the Chairman of the Commission on Public Education to call the Executive Committee of the Commission into session.

    • Box-folder 1:17
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to the Honorable John S. Battle, Jr.; copy of School Board Resolutions, and petition from Oliver W. Hill 1956 May 29
      3 items

      Dr. Ellis wrote that he would send John Battle all of his correspondence with Oliver W. Hill. The petition has handwritten notes (possibly notes on the employment of the parents of the children in the petition.)

    • Box-folder 1:18
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis to James Harry Michael, Jr. and John S. Battle about a study on "Attitudes of Negroes in Charlottesville toward Segregated Schools" and a response from John S. Battle. A copy of the report (survey questionnaire and tabulated results, with commentary) is present. 1956 June 21
      3 items

      The study (was prepared by Booker T. Reaves when he was a student in Professor Lambert Molyneaux's class on Race Relations in the Department of Sociology at the University of Virginia.)

    • Box-folder 1:19
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis to the School Board, The Daily Progress and Dr. Thomas T. Hamilton concerning the Civil Action Case against Dr. Ellis in the Federal District Court 1956 June-July
      6 items

      Dr. Ellis sent a copy of the Summons to the editor of The Daily Progress, and letters to the School Board about meeting with John S. Battle to prepare an answer to the case. The Summons is included (June 1, 1956).

    • Box-folder 1:20
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to members of the School Board concerning an informal meeting of the Board 1956 July 7
      1 item

      Dr. Ellis proposed that they meet to discuss the Civil Action Case which was scheduled to go to the Federal District Court on July 12 th.

    • Box-folder 1:21
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Attorney General James Lindsay Almond, Jr. and a statement on the meaning of "deliberate speed." (see also 4:9) 1956 July 7
      2 items
    • Box-folder 1:22
      Letter from Charles "Chic" E. Moran, Jr. to Fendall R. Ellis in support of desegregation 1956 August 20
      1 item

      Charles "Chic" E. Moran offered the services of the Virginia Council on Human Relations to bring in consultants to help the city successfully meet the problems of integration.

    • Box-folder 1:23
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Principals regarding the Civil Action Case 1956 August 29
      1 item

      Dr. Ellis gave instructions to all teachers and school personnel to refrain from commenting about the lawsuit and the "serious problem confronting us."

    • Box-folder 1:24
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Vincent Shea, Comptroller, University of Virginia 1956 November 26
      1 item

      Dr. Ellis asked Vincent Shea if the City of Charlottesville was eligible for any federal funds for elementary and secondary education.

    • Box-folder 1:25
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and Dean F. D. G. Ribble, Law School, University of Virginia 1956 November 26
      2 items

      Dr. Ellis sent Dean Ribble a brief statement that Ellis had prepared on his interpretations of "Meaning and Implications of 'Deliberate Speed." Ellis suggested that desegregation begin with one grade a year.

    • Box-folder 1:26
      Letters from John S. Battle, Jr. regarding his legal fees during the end of segregation 1957; 1960-1963; 1966
      17 items

      Superintendent Ellis wrote in one of his letters, "Judge Paul's favorable decision is a source of great encouragement to us all." (August 26, 1960)

    • Box-folder 1:27
      Letter from James Harry Michael, Jr. to the Charlottesville School Board, an article about Virginia integration, and the Fourth Circuit Court ruling 1957 January 1, 9
      3 items

      The article, "Order to Integrate In Virginia Upheld" from the Little Rock Arkansas Gazette, suggested that the state did not have to follow the Supreme Court ruling of May 17, 1954. There is also a letter from Fendall R. Ellis to the School Board members with the text of the Fourth Circuit Court's ruling that they must put an end to segregation in the schools.

    • Box-folder 1:28
      Letter from Attorney General James Lindsay Almond, Jr. and Mark R. Hawes about the NAACP to Virginia Superintendents of Schools 1957 March 1
      2 items

      Attorney General James Lindsay Almond Jr. requested school officials to send any information regarding petitions filed by the NAACP to Mark R. Hawes, the Chief Counsel of the Florida Legislative Investigation Committee, who was investigating the NAACP.

    • Box-folder 1:29
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Attorney General James Lindsay Almond, Jr. and an excerpt of the School Board minutes 1957 March 14
      2 items

      Superintendent Ellis sent Attorney General James Lindsay Almond, Jr. a resolution to retain the Honorable John S. Battle, Jr. to serve as their counsel and to also request the legal services of the Office of the Attorney General.

    • Box-folder 1:30
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and John S. Battle, Jr. regarding a meeting with Judge John Paul 1957 July 20
      2 items

      Dr. Ellis asked if they could postpone the meeting.

    • Box-folder 1:31
      Letter from Booker Reaves to Fendall R. Ellis about the bond election 1957 July 17
      1 item

      Attached are lists of Jefferson School Patrons who helped with the School Bond Election

    • Box-folder 1:32
      Letter from Ben D. Lacy to Fendall R. Ellis and a senate report, "The Doctrine of Interposition Its History and Application" 1957 July 29
      2 items
    • Box-folder 1:33
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to School Board members with copies of Judge Paul's order and the action of the Pupil Placement Board 1957 August 8
      2 items

      Judge Paul ruled that no children would be denied entrance to a school because a parent failed to apply for a pupil assignment with the pupil placement board. He also ruled that the pupil placement board would act only as a guide for school officials and would not be an enforcement agency. There is also a press release statement about the decree.

    • Box-folder 1:34
      Letter from Dr. Robert D. Wright, to Dr. R. W. Garnett, President of Lane High School Parent Teachers Association 1957 November 8
      1 item

      Dr. Wright, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare cited the violence in Little Rock, Arkansas as an example of what could happen if there was no leadership in following the laws.

    • Box-folder 1:35
      Letters of praise for Fendall R. Ellis 1958 May and September
      2 items

      Correspondents include Senator Theodore "Ted" Roosevelt Dalton and the Venable Faculty Committee.

    • Box-folder 1:36
      Letter from Oliver W. Hill with a petition to Fendall R. Ellis and the School Board 1958 May 18
      1 item

      The petition requests admittance for certain students in the public schools of the city by September 1958 without regard to their race or color.

    • Box-folder 1:37
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis to the School Board 1958 May 21, June 4, and September 3, October 17
      4 items

      Superintendent Ellis informed them of special meetings with John S. Battle, Jr.

    • Box-folder 1:38
      Letter from the secretary of the Venable Parent Teachers Association to R. Stanley Goodman, Jr., Chairman of the School Board 1958 June 11
      1 item

      Dorothy Owen sent the results of a poll from the parents of Venable School pupils to the School Board. One hundred and seventy seven parents wanted some measure of integration and one hundred and twenty eight preferred that Venable School be closed.

    • Box-folder 1:39
      Letters requesting the names of the parents of Venable School pupils 1958 June 24
      4 items

      Mr. and Mrs James P. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dulaney, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Faulconer, and Mrs. Harold M. Burrows requested a list of the names and addresses of the parents of Venable School pupils for the use of a poll [inquiring about desegregation and the closing of Venable School.

    • Box-folder 1:40
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and Oliver W. Hill and the School Board Resolution (desegregation plan or "Battle Plan") 1958 July 21, 22
      2 items

      Mr. Hill requested a copy of the resolution (which is present) that designated six geographic areas for school districts and interviews and testing.

    • Box-folder 1:41
      Letter from J. R. Jarman, Lane High School Parent Teachers Association to Mrs. Morris Brown recommending against sending a poll 1958 July 23
      1 item

      Mr. Jarman, president of the Lane PTA wrote that it would be better if they did not send a questionnaire "at this time."

    • Box-folder 1:42
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to the Honorable William R. Hill 1958 July 24
      1 item

      Superintendent Ellis congratulated Hill on his statement to the press regarding the school situation.

    • Box-folder 1:43
      Letters from Oliver W. Hill to Fendall R. Ellis requesting admission to schools on behalf of his clients 1958 July 25, 31
      2 items

      Hill requested that Carol Williams and Sylvia Delorus Morton be admitted to public schools regardless of their race or color. He also wrote Ellis that they were studying the validity of the "Battle Plan" and had advised their clients not to appear for personal interviews.

    • Box-folder 1:44
      Letter from Parents of "Negro" students applying to "white schools" [1958]
      1 item

      Parents requested admission of their children to public schools without regard to race or color.

    • Box-folder 1:45
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis to J. J. Brewbaker, Superintendent of Norfolk Schools and Frank Gregg about the Charlottesville School Board Resolution and district maps 1958 August 4
      4 items

      Superintendent Ellis sent Superintendent Brewbaker a copy of the resolution (desegregation plan see 1:38). There are also minutes from the School Board meeting of July 8, 1958, a description of the Charlottesville School Districts, a letter thanking Gregg for maps of the school districts.

    • Box-folder 1:46
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to John S. Battle, Jr. about the applications of "Negro" children to "white schools." 1958 August 14
      1 item

      Superintendent Ellis wrote that he was afraid that if they desegregated, the schools would be closed.

    • Box-folder 1:47
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to the members of the School Board 1958 August 14
      1 item

      Superintendent Ellis wrote to the School Board that there was no change in the status of the segregation case and informed them of the schedule for testing and interviewing the applicants.

    • Box-folder 1:48
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to John S. Battle, Jr. about the interviews with the parents of "Negro" students 1958 August 19
      1 item

      Ellis wrote that it might be better to handwrite the notes during the interviews using shorthand as opposed to using recordings. He wrote that recordings might look like "the trappings of a Congressional investigation" and also that the Judge might "look with some skepticism on this technique."

    • Box-folder 1:49
      Letter from Governor James Lindsay Almond, Jr. to the Superintendents of Virginia Schools 1958 September 4
      1 item

      Governor Almond issued a statement explaining that no child could be excluded from school on a racial basis due to the Supreme Court ruling but no one had the authority to force a child to attend an integrated school.

    • Box-folder 1:50
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Thomas J. Michie congratulating him on his position as Mayor of Charlottesville 1958 Sept 16
      1 item

      Dr. Ellis wrote, "I want to tell you how gratified I am that you are serving as the head of the city government during this difficult period."

    • Box-folder 1:51
      Letter from Governor James Lindsay Almond, Jr. to the Charlottesville School Board ordering the closing of Lane and Venable Schools
      1 item

      The Governor wrote "Under compulsion of an order issued by the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia, both white and colored children have been enrolled effective September 22, 1958 in Lane High School and Venable Elementary School. Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 9.1, Title 22, of the Code of Virginia, the above-named schools are closed…"

    • Box-folder 1:52
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis to School Board members and teachers at Lane and Venable Schools 1958 September 22
      3 items

      Superintendent Ellis wrote about the resolution that parents should make private arrangements for education, and that teacher contracts would not be jeopardized by the closed schools.

    • Box-folder 1:53
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to James Harry Michael, Jr. regarding Supreme Court's "proclamation" of September 29 (not present) 1958 October 1
      1 item
    • Box-folder 1:54
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis and John S. Battle, Jr., about the legal interpretation of Judge John Paul's order 1958 October 13
      2 items

      The letters are to the School Board and teachers at Venable and Lane, and to R. Stanley Goodman explaining that teachers were not permitted to teach in private segregated classrooms using state funds, according to the Judge's ruling.

    • Box-folder 1:55
      Letters between John S. Battle, Jr. and Fendall R. Ellis about signatures on the appeal bond 1958 October 21
      2 items

      Mr. Battle advised Superintendent Ellis that R. Stanley Goodman and Dr. Ellis needed to sign the appeal bond before a notary public.

    • Box-folder 1:56
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis to Superintendents J. J. Brewbaker and Ray E. Reid about the 1870 Act of Congress 1958 November 13
      6 items

      Superintendent Ellis wrote in confidence about the 1870 Act of Congress which stipulated that the General Assembly had to maintain public schools in the state.

    • Box-folder 1:57
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis to Frederick L. Morton and Mrs. Paul L. Carr about the First Baptist Church and the Joint High School Committee 1958 November 17, 24
      2 items

      Superintendent Ellis wrote about using and cleaning the Youth Building.

    • Box-folder 1:58
      Correspondence between Fendall R. Ellis and James E. Bowen about night watchmen during the school crisis 1958 November 18, 24
      2 items

      City Manager, James E. Bowen recommended that watchmen be placed on duty until the school crisis was over and Ellis responded that watchman were being placed at Lane, Venable and Burley at all times when the schools were closed.

    • Box-folder 1:59
      Letter from Davis Y. Paschell to Fendall R. Ellis giving permission to have basketball practice and games 1958 November 21
      1 item

      Davis Y. Paschell, Superintendent of Public Instruction approved the request and wrote that the Governor had allowed permission for sports in other closed schools in Norfolk and Warren County.

    • Box-folder 1:60
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to John S. Battle, Jr. about an article by David Lawrence on the Fourteenth Amendment (not present) 1958 December 4
      1 item

      Superintendent Ellis sent Mr. Battle a copy of an article which suggested that the Fourteenth Amendment was never passed.

    • Box-folder 1:61
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to [Daniel] J. Meador, Law School Professor and School Board minutes about the resolution for desegregation 1958 December 9
      2 items
    • Box-folder 1:62
      Letter and news clippings from Fendall R. Ellis to Edmund Baxter about a statement on school closings 1958 December 9
      7 items

      Included is Arthur Fleming's statement about the serious disadvantages of children being without schools. Both Baxter and Fleming were officials with the Department of Health, Education and Welfare.

    • Box-folder 1:63
      Letter from John S. Battle, Jr. to the members of the School Board regarding the Harrison-Day Case and a letter about the re-opening of schools 1959 January 23
      3 items

      Mr. Battle advised that since they had lost all of their appeals, they had to allow "Negro" students admission into Venable and Lane schools. The School Board was given the authority to open the schools and Ellis received praise for their re-opening.

    • Box-folder 1:64
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and Edmund Baxter concerning the school crisis and a report on the impact of school closings 1959 February 3
      4 items

      Superintendent Ellis wrote that he felt that the school situation was "moving toward a reasonable solution."

    • Box-folder 1:65
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis, Ray E. Reid, and J. J. Brewbaker about the success during the first day that schools were opened 1959 February 3
      4 items
    • Box-folder 1:66
      Letter from Attorney General Albertis S. Harrison, Jr. to the Honorable E. G. Shaffer 1959 February 5
      1 item

      The Attorney General wrote to the Commonwealth's Attorney (for Wytheville, Virginia) that there were currently no enforceable laws for compulsory attendance.

    • Box-folder 1:67
      Letter from George W. Holmes III to Dean Ralph Cherry 1959 February 12
      1 item

      The letter describes map boundaries between Venable and Jefferson School and overcrowding of schools but the actual map is not present.

    • Box-folder 1:68
      Letters from Davis Y. Paschall to Dr. E. J. Oglesby, and Mrs. Lester A. Wilson, Jr. President, Venable PTA about cancelling his address on the Tuition Grant Program 1959 February 13-16
      3 items
    • Box-folder 1:69
      Letter from the Commonwealth of Virginia Division of Statutory Research inviting Fendall R. Ellis to attend a meeting of The Committee on Enrollment and Transfers 1959 February 20
      1 item
    • Box-folder 1:70
      Correspondence between Governor James Lindsay Almond, Jr. and Fendall R. Ellis 1959 March 2, 3
      2 items

      Superintendent Ellis wrote to Governor Almond congratulating him for his "outstanding leadership" in the "school crisis." Governor Almond responded that "the road ahead is most difficult." He also wrote that he felt that efforts were being made to "abolish public education in Virginia."

    • Box-folder 1:71
      Letters between the Office of John S. Battle, Jr. and Fendall R. Ellis inviting him to attend a conference 1959 March 5
      2 items

      Battle invited Dr. Ellis to attend the National Conference of Public School Officials and the United States Commission on Civil Rights in Nashville but Dr. Ellis was not able to attend.

    • Box-folder 1:72
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis to L. D. Cooley and Dr. Henry Cheetham, Minister of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Unitarian Church 1959 April 27
      2 items

      Dr. Ellis mentioned his gratitude for their meetings with "Negro" citizens and their work in "ameliorating the school problem and in improving race relations."

    • Box-folder 1:73
      Letter from Louise R. Cooper, NAACP, to the parents of seventh graders announcing that schools are desegregated 1959 April 28
      1 item
    • Box-folder 1:74
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Knox Turnbull thanking him for his leadership 1959 May 1
      1 item
    • Box-folder 1:75
      Correspondence between Fendall R. Ellis and Colonel Francis Pickens Miller thanking him for his essay 1959 May 4
      4 items

      Colonel Miller wrote an essay "Rough Notes on Some Events in Charlottesville, Virginia (1957-1959)" which is included, and describes a group of local businessmen and University of Virginia leaders who made a statement of acceptance for desegregation with over twelve hundred signatures (published in The Daily Progress on January 31, 1959.) Pickens invited John S. Battle, Jr. but he responded that he "would have nothing to do with it." "…he was tired of the whole business."

    • Box-folder 1:76
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to the Principals regarding pupil assignments and a list of grades and pupil assignments 1959 May 15, May 21
      2 items

      Ellis asked principals to send him any information on pupils who should be transferred.

    • Box-folder 1:77
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Colonel Francis Pickens Miller about pupil assignments 1959 June 3
      1 item

      Dr. Ellis was concerned that there would be a lot of requests for transfers and he was trying to maintain peace between the racial extremists and the NAACP.

    • Box-folder 1:78
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis to Randolph White, school assignments, and a press release 1959 June 9
      4 items

      "School Assignments of Certain Negro Pupils for Session 1959-1960." Individuals that were named in the court case are listed along with the school they were attending in the next session.

    • Box-folder 1:79
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis and Colonel Francis Pickens Miller to Randolph L. White asking him to write an editorial encouraging the parents to accept school assignments 1959 June 16
      2 items

      Colonel Miller and Dr. Ellis wanted parents to accept school assignments because they were concerned that transfers would upset racial extremists. Colonel Miller asked Randolph White to write an editorial stating that the assignments would be made according to Judge John Paul's Order.

    • Box-folder 1:80
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to J. G. Blount revealing the teacher salaries during the closing of the schools 1959 June 22
      1 item
    • Box-folder 1:81
      Correspondence Sarah Patton Boyle to Fendall R. Ellis and John S. Battle, Jr. 1959 June 26
      2 items

      Sarah Patton Boyle wrote to Ellis and Battle informing them that the NAACP was a moderate law abiding organization compared to "real radicals and trouble makers among Negroes" without leadership. There is a also a copy of The Augusta Courier

    • Box-folder 1:82
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to James E. Bowen, Jr. 1959 July 1
      1 item

      The letter has instructions for submitting a bill for teachers' salaries to the Commonwealth during the period September 1958 through January 1959.

    • Box-folder 1:83
      Letter from W. T. Woodson to Fendall R. Ellis about desegregation in Fairfax, Virginia 1959 July 1
      1 item

      Dr. Woodson, Division Superintendent of the Fairfax County School Board thanked Dr. Ellis for his help with desegregation in the Fairfax schools.

    • Box-folder 1:84
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Dr. Ralph W. Cherry and a letter from George W. Holmes III to Ellis about an honorarium for them for their assistance on the map of school districts 1959 July 2-3
      2 items
    • Box-folder 1:85
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to T. C. Williams about desegregation in Alexandria, Virginia 1959 August 28
      1 item
    • Box-folder 1:86
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis to Colonel Francis Pickens Miller and Knox Turnbull about enrollment and pupil progress and a response from Colonel Miller 1959 October
      3 items

      Dr. Ellis sent enrollment figures for the first day of school compared with the last sessions and a report on pupil progress. The statistics and enrollment information are not included.

    • Box-folder 1:87
      Correspondence of Fendall R. Ellis and Eugene Williams, President NAACP Charlottesville Branch 1960 May 10, 23
      3 items

      President Williams criticized Ellis for not instituting desegregation and not following the plan laid out by the U. S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Ellis responded that the School Board would assign pupils according to the desegregation plan. There is also a handwritten note that Mr. Williams "might not have brought suit if a Negro had been appointed to School Board."

    • Box-folder 1:88
      Letter from Oliver W. Hill to the School Board of Charlottesville about an appeal on denied transfers for fifteen of Hills' clients 1960 June 24
      1 item
    • Box-folder 1:89
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Oliver W. Hill about pupil assignments 1960 July 1
      1 item

      Superintendent Ellis sent Hill information on pupil assignments for students named in the lawsuit. He also sent names of students that the School Board had approved for transfers.

    • Box-folder 1:90
      Letter from Oliver W. Hill to Fendall R. Ellis requesting the names and addresses of "white" children in the Jefferson School District for the Hearing of Allen, et al vs. School Board of Prince Edward County, et al and a letter from Ellis requesting names from the Principals; list of names 1960 August 3, 4
      5 items
    • Box-folder 1:91
      Letters between Judge John Paul and Fendall R. Ellis regarding academic data for one of the appellants 1960 August 10, 11
      2 items

      Judge John Paul requested Superintendent Ellis to send the academic data for Gloria Hamilton, a " Negro" applicant for transfer to Lane High School. Superintendent Ellis indicated that she would struggle in eighth grade at Lane.

    • Box-folder 1:92
      Letter from E. L. Lamberth to Fendall R. Ellis thanking him for a copy of the Charlottesville school desegregation plan 1960 September 9
      1 item
    • Box-folder 1:93
      Letters from Mrs. Hattie L. DeBerry to Fendall R. Ellis requesting permission for her son, Garwin DeBerry to transfer from Lane High School to Jackson P. Burley High School 1960 September 23; 1962 June 16, 19
      3 items

      Mrs. DeBerry wanted her son, Garwin DeBerry to transfer to Burley because he was not allowed to play athletics at Lane and it was his intention to make athletics his "life career." [Garwin DeBerry became the head football coach at Charlottesville High School for twenty eight years from 1980 to 2007 following Tommy Theodose. He led the Charlottesville Black Knights into victory, winning multiple Jefferson District titles.]

    • Box-folder 1:94
      Letter from the court reporter to Fendall R. Ellis 1960 September 23
      1 item

      The court reporter of the United States District Court Western District of Virginia, Mary Bidle, wrote to Superintendent Ellis that the transcript was finished and that she hoped that "as the years go by your problems will vanish."

    • Box-folder 1:95
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and John S. Battle, Jr. about Battle continuing to represent the School Board 1960 September 28, October 5
      2 items
    • Box-folder 1:96
      Letter from Virginia E. Lewis to Fendall R. Ellis and a list of school divisions 1960 October 12
      2 items
    • Box-folder 1:97
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to other school superintendents in Virginia suggesting that they meet to exchange information about desegregation 1960 October 20
      1 item
    • Box-folder 1:98
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and John S. Battle about the appendix filed in the case of Carolyn M. Dodson et al. vs. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, et al. (appendix not present) 1961 January 9
      2 items
    • Box-folder 1:99
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and John S. Battle, Jr. regarding the date of the hearing before the United States Court of Appeals in Richmond 1961 January 20
      2 items

      Superintendent Ellis wrote that the weather made it impossible for him to attend.

    • Box-folder 1:100
      Correspondence between Fendall R. Ellis and L. O. Todd about a copy of Charlottesville's desegregation plan 1961 February 28
      2 items
    • Box-folder 1:101
      Correspondence between John S. Battle, Jr. and Fendall R. Ellis about pupil assignments 1961 March 1, 22
      2 items

      Dr. Ellis asked John S. Battle if the schools should take any action regarding the regulations issued by the State Board of Education and Battle responded that they should wait until they have heard the decision from the United States Court for the Fourth Circuit.

    • Box-folder 1:102
      Letter from John S. Battle, Jr. to Fendall R. Ellis and the Decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in the Carolyn M. Dodson case 1961 April 20
      2 items

      The Court affirmed the ruling of the District Court saying that the School Board was taking steps to end discriminatory practices.

    • Box-folder 1:103
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis to Principals and School Board members asking them to study the U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals Decision 1961 April 25, 27
      3 items
    • Box-folder 1:104
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to John S. Battle, Jr. and form letters for pupil assignments in elementary schools 1961 May 3
      2 items

      Dr. Ellis sought Mr. Battle's advice on the wording of the application forms for pupil assignments in the elementary schools.

    • Box-folder 1:105
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Adam Clymer about Clymer's article on private schools in The Virginian-Pilot (article not present) 1961 May 25
      1 item
    • Box-folder 1:106
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to John S. Battle, Jr. and pupil assignment preferences 1961 June 6, 13
      2 items

      Dr. Ellis interviewed the parents of the forty four "Negro" children living outside of the Jefferson School District and assigned them to the schools of the parent's choice. Twelve children were assigned to Venable High School and thirty two were assigned to Jefferson School for the school year 1961-1962.

    • Box-folder 1:107
      Correspondence between a parent and Fendall R. Ellis about the enrollment of her daughter 1961 June 18, 22 and 1962 June 19
      3 items

      Dr. Ellis responded that he looked forward to meeting her to discuss the enrollment of her daughter. Later he wrote that she could attend Jackson P. Burley High School. (June 19, 1962)

    • Box-folder 1:108
      Letters from John S. Battle, Jr. to Fendall R. Ellis regarding their upcoming appeal in Allen v. School Board of the City of Charlottesville 1961 September 5, 17
      2 items

      John Battle made his arguments to Judge Paul and wrote that the Judge "has now a reasonably sympathetic attitude towards our endeavors."

    • Box-folder 1:109
      Correspondence between James Baker and Fendall R. Ellis and enrollment figures for The News Leader1961 September 12
      4 items

      Dr. Ellis responded that there were five hundred and twenty five "white" pupils and twenty "Negro" pupils at Venable and nine hundred and ninety "white" pupils and fifteen "Negro" pupils at Lane. Dr. Ellis explained that the decision from the Circuit Court of Appeals might change some of the figures. A questionnaire is mentioned but not present.

    • Box-folder 1:110
      Correspondence between the Honorable James M. Thomson and Fendall R. Ellis answering questions about how the schools were closed 1961 October 17
      2 items
    • Box-folder 2:1
      Correspondence between Fendall R. Ellis and Dr. Cleveland A. Thomas about enrollment at Parker School in Chicago 1961 October 17, 30
      2 items

      Dr. Ellis asked Dr. Thomas, Principal of Francis W. Parker School about the percentage of students that were "Negro."

    • Box-folder 2:2
      Correspondence between Fendall R. Ellis, J. G. Blount and John S. Battle, Jr. about establishing compulsory attendance and pupil assignments 1961 October-November
      11 items

      Attorney John S. Battle, Jr. recommended that they hold off on implementing a compulsory school attendance resolution until after the hearings.

    • Box-folder 2:3
      Correspondence between John S. Battle, Jr., Judge John Paul and Fendall R. Ellis and a Motion to Intervene 1961 November
      4 items

      S. W. Tucker filed a Motion to Intervene for students that he wanted to add to the lawsuit. Judge Paul ruled that no action be taken because there was no point in transferring students during the school year.

    • Box-folder 2:4
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to the parents of Vernetta Lewis, and Vernetta Lewis to her teacher 1961 November, 1962 June 8
      2 items

      Dr. Ellis wrote to her parents that she could attend Jackson P. Burley High School in the 1962-1963 school sessions. In November 1961 Vernetta Lewis had written to her teacher, "I don't like Lane and nothing about it. I don't feel that I belong here. Maybe I don't." She also mentioned that the boy that sat in front of her was calling her names and kicking her.

    • Box-folder 2:5
      Correspondence between John S. Battle, Jr. Judge John Paul, and Fendall R. Ellis and a Motion to Vacate the Stay 1962 March -April
      9 items

      Battle described the plaintiff's motion (which was overruled) as a "back door effort" to have "Negro" children placed in Lane for the 1962-1963 session." Battle recommended that the School Board stay firm on using academic criteria but transfer the Woodfolk twins into Lane to appease the Court.

    • Box-folder 2:6
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to J. M. Dunnavant , Jr. and a pupil transfer form for "white" children who live in the Jefferson School District 1962 May 9
      2 items
    • Box-folder 2:7
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis, J. M. Dunnavant, Jr. and Mrs. Josephine Morrison about transferring her daughter from Jefferson to Venable School 1962 May 30, June 4, August 30, October 22
      4 items

      Mrs. Morrison, a client of S. W. Tucker wrote, "I want my child to attend a desegregated school as she is entitle [sic] to do under the Constitution." Dr. Ellis denied the request because the Court had ruled that pupils must attend the elementary school that was in their district. The ruling was under appeal and on October 22, Dr. Ellis wrote that since the Court did change its ruling, her daughter could attend Venable School.

    • Box-folder 2:8
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis to Mr. and Mrs. George L. Whitlock, J. M. Dunnavant, Jr. and John S. Battle, Jr. about permission for their daughter to transfer from Jefferson to Johnson School 1962 May 30, 31, August 30, October 22
      5 items

      After denying the request, Dr. Ellis wrote that since the Court did change its ruling, their daughter, Rosalind could attend Johnson School.

    • Box-folder 2:9
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis, J. M. Dunnavant, Jr., and the Reverend R. A. Johnson about permission for his son to transfer from Jefferson School to Venable 1962 June 2, 5, August 30, October 22
      4 items

      After first denying the request, Dr. Ellis gave permission for his son to attend Venable since the Court decision was made to allow transfers.

    • Box-folder 2:10
      Letters from Booker T. Reaves and Mrs. Harrison Williams to Fendall R. Ellis about children who wanted to attend Lane High School 1962 June 4, 5
      2 items

      There is a list of nine children who expressed a desire to attend Lane High School.

    • Box-folder 2:11
      11 Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to the parents of Diane Gardner who wanted their daughter to be transferred to Jackson P. Burley High School 1962 June 8
      1 item

      Dr. Ellis wrote to Mr. and Mrs. William Gardner that their daughter, Diane Gardner, could attend Jackson P. Burley in the 1962-1963 school sessions.

    • Box-folder 2:12
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and Mr. W. R. Taylor, Jr about permission for his daughter to transfer from Jefferson School to Venable 1962 June 10, August 30, October 22
      3 items

      After denying his request, Ellis wrote on October 22, since the Court made its ruling to allow transfers in the elementary schools, his daughter, Vernita M. Taylor could attend Venable School.

    • Box-folder 2:13
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lewis, Jr. about permission for their son to transfer from Jefferson School to Johnson School 1962 June 11, August 30, October 22
      3 items

      After denying their request, Dr. Ellis wrote on October 22 that since the Court had made its ruling to allow transfers; his son could attend Johnson School.

    • Box-folder 2:14
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and Mr. Andrew B. Jackson about permission for his daughter to attend Lane High School 1962 June 12, August 27
      2 items
    • Box-folder 2:15
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and Mr. Otho Y. Bibbs about permission for his daughter to transfer from Jefferson School to Venable Elementary School 1962 June 13, August 30, October 22
      3 items

      After denying his request, Dr. Ellis gave her permission to transfer to Venable since the Court made its decision to allow transfers.

    • Box-folder 2:16
      Letters between Ruby Scott and Fendall R. Ellis about permission for several children to be transferred to Venable High School 1962 June 15, October 22
      5 items

      After denying her request, Ellis informed her that her children could attend Venable after the Court decision of September 17, 1962.

    • Box-folder 2:17
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and Mrs. Reese Brown about permission for her daughter, Deborah Charlene Brown, to attend Lane High School in the 1962-1963 school sessions. 1962 June 15, August 27
      3 items
    • Box-folder 2:18
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and Mrs. Susie A. Williams about permission for her "godchild" to attend Lane High School 1962 June 15, August 27
      2 items

      Mrs. Williams requested permission for Clyde Melvin Green to attend Lane and Dr. Ellis gave his approval although he wrote her that he did not think that it was in his "best educational interest" to transfer since he was in the eleventh grade. There are notations on the letter in pencil of his grades and test scores.

    • Box-folder 2:19
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brooks about permission for their daughter to attend Lane High School in the 1962-1963 school sessions. 1962 June 17, August 27, and September 4
      3 items

      There was a phone message from the principal's office that Carolyn Brooks was at the wrong school. Dr. Ellis made a scribble on the note that "nothing be done said to child [sic] and wait to see what happened."

    • Box-folder 2:20
      Letter from John S. Battle, Jr. to Fendall R. Ellis about the Dillard case with copies to Roscoe S. Adams 1962 June 18
      3 items

      Battle expressed his pessimism over the direction of the case. The Court (Judge Sobelof, Judge Soper, and Judge Boreman) felt that since the School Board accepted all of the applications for "white" children, they could not deny any applications from a "Negro" child, even if he was deficient academically.

    • Box-folder 2:21
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to the School Board summarizing the number of requests for transfers in the 1962-1963 school sessions 1962 June 19
      1 item

      Dr. Ellis outlined the policies for requesting transfers as well as reporting on the number of requests.

    • Box-folder 2:22
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and Mrs. Margaret Carr about her request to transfer her child from Jefferson School to Venable 1962 June 20, August 27
      2 items

      Superintendent Ellis denied her request since the ruling was under appeal and no decision had been made yet to change it.

    • Box-folder 2:23
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis, J. M. Dunnavant, Jr., and John S. Battle, Jr. about the court case and the need for a new high school 1961 December, 1962 June
      3 items
    • Box-folder 2:24
      Letter from Herman L. Horn to Fendall R. Ellis thanking him for sending a copy of the Charlottesville desegregation plan 1962 July 6
      1 item
    • Box-folder 2:25
      Correspondence between Dr. Daniel K. Freudenthal and Fendall R. Ellis about intercultural education and "defacto segregation "1962 July 18
      2 items
    • Box-folder 2:26
      Letter from Edward A. Mearns, Jr. to Fendall R. Ellis thanking him for information that he needed [for a book he was writing on Civil Rights] 1962 July 20
      1 item
    • Box-folder 2:27
      Correspondence between Paul G. Hook and Fendall R. Ellis regarding problems with integration 1962 August 6, 9
      2 items

      Paul G. Hook, Superintendent of Fredericksburg Public Schools asked Dr. Ellis about admitting "Negro" students into "white" schools saying, "Obviously, we want to admit as few as possible."

    • Box-folder 2:28
      Letter from John S. Battle, Jr. to the Honorable Judge John Paul about Motions filed by S. W. Tucker 1962 August 21
      1 item

      Battle wrote to Judge John Paul asking him to await the final decisions of the U. S. Court of appeals and ignore the motion filed by S. W. Tucker.

    • Box-folder 2:29
      Letters from John S. Battle, Jr. to Fendall R. Ellis and the Honorable Chief Judge Simon E. Sobeloff about Motions filed by S. W. Tucker 1962 August 28, September 4
      2 items

      Battle wrote to Judge Sobeloff expressing his resistance to the motions filed by S. W. Tucker.

    • Box-folder 2:30
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Mrs. Paul Dobson giving permission for her daughter to attend Lane High School after the Court decision. 1962 September 18
      1 item
    • Box-folder 2:31
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to A. L. Scott, Principal of Burley submitting a list of students who were eligible for transfer as a result of the Court decision 1962 September 18
      1 item
    • Box-folder 2:32
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Mrs. Gertrude Hamilton giving permission for her children to attend Lane High School as a result of the Court decision 1962 September 18
      1 item

      Gloria Hamilton was described in a letter from Fendall R. Ellis as having a low academic record. See 1:91 1960 August 10 and 2:58 court cases test scores.

    • Box-folder 2:33
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Mr. George W. King, Jr. giving permission for his son to attend Lane High School after the Court decision 1962, September 18
      1 item
    • Box-folder 2:34
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Mrs. Grace Muse giving permission for her daughter to attend Lane High School after the Court decision 1962 September 18
      1 item
    • Box-folder 2:35
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and Mrs. Claudine Swift about permission for her daughter to attend Lane High School after the Court decision 1962 September 18 and October 2
      2 items
    • Box-folder 2:36
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis to Mrs. Lucy Ferguson giving permission for her daughters to attend Lane High School after the Court decision 1962 September 18, 21
      3 items
    • Box-folder 2:37
      Correspondence between John S. Battle, Jr. and Fendall R. Ellis about the Dillard case 1962 September 19, 27
      4 items

      Battle wrote that he was preparing a motion for a continuation of a stay so that they could get more time to apply for a writ of certiorari from the U. S. Court of Appeals. Ruling included.

    • Box-folder 2:38
      Letter from Paul C. Slayton, Jr., Principal, Venable to Fendall R. Ellis submitting a list of "Negroes" at Venable School and their class assignments 1962 September 27
      1 item
    • Box-folder 2:39
      Letter from W. I. Nickels, Jr. Principal, Lane High School, to Fendall R. Ellis submitting a list of "Negro" pupils and their placements 1962 October 1
      1 item
    • Box-folder 2:40
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Mr. and Mrs. John Daniels informing them that their daughter may enter Venable School 1962 October 22
      1 item
    • Box-folder 2:41
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Dillard informing them that their daughter may enter Venable School 1962 October 22
      1 item
    • Box-folder 2:42
      Letter from Fendall R. Ellis to Mr. Beverly McCullough informing him that his daughter may enter Venable School 1962 October 22
      1 item
    • Box-folder 2:43
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis to Mr. Eugene Williams informing him that his daughters may enter Johnson School 1962 October 22
      2 items
    • Box-folder 2:44
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and Mrs. F. Lewis Henry about transferring her daughter from Jefferson School to Venable School 1962 October 23, November 5
      2 items
    • Box-folder 2:45
      Letters between Fendall R. Ellis and Mrs. Marguerite Smith about her daughter attending Venable in the 1963-1964 school sessions 1962 October 27, November 5
      2 items
    • Box-folder 2:46
      Letters from the Principals to Fendall R. Ellis submitting a list of "Negroes" at Venable, and Johnson Schools 1962-1963
      5 items

      There is a list of the "Negro" pupils in the first through seventh grades for each teacher at Venable and Johnson Schools for November 15, 1962, and a total number of "Negro" pupils at Johnson, Venable, and Lane for November 20, 1962, and a list for Johnson School for September 12, 1963.

    • Box-folder 2:47
      Letters from Fendall R. Ellis to L. W. Hannen and Marshall Funk about sending a copy of the School Desegregation plan adopted by the Charlottesville School Board 1963 January 21, March 14
      3 items
    • Box-folder 2:48
      Correspondence between John S. Battle, George C. Tramontin, Roscoe S. Adams, and Fendall R. Ellis regarding pupil assignments after the Courts ruling 1963 May
      5 items
    • Box-folder 2:49
      Letter from The Richmond-Times Dispatch to George C. Tramontin about the secrecy of pupil assignments. 1963 June 4
      1 item

      Marvin E. Garrette wrote to Acting Superintendent Tramontin about the importance of publishing pupil assignments. He argued that other communities needed this information to help them with their desegregation plans as well as the people in Charlottesville.

    • Box-folder 2:50
      Letter from Henry F. Johnson, NAACP, to Superintendent George C. Tramontin 1963 October 31
      1 item

      Mr. Johnson complained to Superintendent Tramontin that the bond issue was being represented in a negative manner and that the School Administration was trying to preserve segregation.

    • Box-folder 2:51
      Letter from George C. Tramontin to James E. Bowen, Jr. about legal fees for desegregation cases 1964 September 2
      1 item
    • Box-folder 2:52
      Court Cases: Text of High Court Ruling On School Segregation 1954 May 17
      1 item

      Reprinted from The Richmond News Leader

    • Box-folder 2:53
      Court Cases: Petition to the School Board of the City of Charlottesville from Oliver W. Hill 1955 October 6
      1 item

      List of forty four plaintiffs represented by Oliver Hill and a statement about the delaying of desegregation in the Charlottesville City Schools. See another copy of the petition in 1:11

    • Box-folder 2:54
      Court Cases: Summons In A Civil Action. United States District Court For the Western District of Virginia Charlottesville Division 1956 May 7
      1 item
    • Box-folder 2:55
      Court Cases: A Transcript of Doris Marie Allen et al., vs. The Charlottesville School Board 1956 July 12
      1 item

      The transcription of the trial is one hundred and thirty eight pages and includes litigation by Attorney General James Lindsay Almond. The Court ruled that as long as the School Board was acting in good faith and trying to take steps toward integration, there would not be any punitive action taken against them.

    • Box-folder 2:56
      Court Cases: Hearing on Motion [1957 July 26]
      1 item

      Judge John Paul explained that unless the School Board admitted some of the forty "Negro" applicants into "white" schools for the next term, he would have to hold the School Board in contempt of court. Mr. Battle explained that if they took that action, the state would close the schools.

    • Box-folder 2:57
      Court Cases: Enrollment information 1956-1962
      54 items

      There are figures on current enrollment and lists of applicants for admission into "white schools." Also included are pupil assignments, and student applications for admission.

    • Box-folder 2:58
      Court Cases: Test scores of plaintiffs 1958-1962
      35 items

      Enclosed are materials such as test scores, enrollment information, teachers' comments, and residences of the plaintiffs to be used in the court cases. The materials included test scores from the Iowa Silent Reading Test, and California Test of Mental Maturity.

    • Box-folder 2:59
      Court Cases: Motion To Modify Order 1958 August 11
      1 item

      John S. Battle, Jr. made a request to the Court that they accept the Desegregation Plan ["Battle Plan"] which they did.

    • Box-folder 2:60
      Court Cases: Subpoena and temporary injunction against the School Board from making any pupil placements 1958 August 20
      1 item

      Complainants Weir E. Wharton and Lynwood G. Preddy were granted an injunction to temporarily stop the desegregation plan from being used in pupil placements in the public elementary schools.

    • Box-folder 2:61
      Court Cases: Leola Pearl Beckett v. The School Board of the City of Norfolk
      1 item

      The case sought to have enrollments deferred until September 1959.

    • Box-folder 2:62
      Court Cases: Answer to Complaint in Intervention and Motion For Further Relief by John S. Battle, Jr. and Fendall R. Ellis 1960 August 2
      1 item

      Battle asserted that School Board denied the transfers for these students based upon lawful grounds using the desegregation plan. He also pointed out that they had admitted some of the "Negro" students to "white" schools.

    • Box-folder 2:63
      Court Cases: Hearing on Motion for Further Relief (Doris Marie Allen et al. v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, Virginia and Fendall R. Ellis) 1960 August 8
      1 transcript, 112 pages

      The motion was filed on behalf of ten "Negro" students whose applications for enrollment at Lane, Venable and Johnson Schools were denied by the Superintendent. Judge John Paul ruled in favor of the School Board.

    • Box-folder 3:1
      Court Cases: Caroline M. Dodson v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, Virginia and Fendall R. Ellis 1961 April 14
      1 item

      Oliver W. Hill filed an appeal in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit for his clients (ten "Negro" pupils) and a review of the desegregation plan. The Court recognized that the plan had some discrimination but ruled that the School Board was acting in good faith, and had made some progress in assigning some "Negro" students to previously "white" schools.

    • Box-folder 3:2
      Court Cases: Motion For Further Relief and a letter from John S. Battle to Fendall R. Ellis 1961 August 31
      2 items

      S. W. Tucker filed a motion asking the Court to order the School Board to admit the "Negro" students into the schools that they had requested for the 1961-1962 term.

    • Box-folder 3:3
      Court Cases: Defendants file their Answers to Interrogatories 1961 October 10
      9 items

      Fendall R. Ellis gave a list of students with their address, enrollment dates, other enrollment figures, and information about the members of the School Board to the Court.

    • Box-folder 3:4
      Court Cases: Civil Subpoena to Produce Document 1961 October 19
      1 item

      Fendall R. Ellis was subpoenaed to appear in the United States District Court to testify and bring records showing the present student enrollment and number of teachers in each of the Charlottesville public schools.

    • Box-folder 3:5
      Court Cases: Opinion by the Court in Allen vs. The Charlottesville School Board 1961 October 23, 24
      1 item

      The District Judge issued his opinion that the School Board was falling short of practicing desegregation. He advised that criteria (tests) that were being applied to "Negro" children must also be applied to white children. [Needs flattening]

    • Box-folder 3:6
      Court Cases: "Defendants' Memorandum upon Hearing" by John S. Battle on October 23 and 24, 1961." 1961 October 31
      1 item

      Mr. Battle wrote an outline and summary of his case to the Judge after The United States Court of Appeals ruled that the practices of the School Board in pupil assignments were "forbidden by the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States." Of note, Battle wrote, "In a relatively short period of time natural shifts in the population of Charlottesville will undoubtedly result in a greater number of "Negro" families living in the "white school" districts."

    • Box-folder 3:7
      Court Cases: Doris Dillard v. The School Board of the City of Charlottesville, Virginia 1962 September 17, October 1
      2 items

      The Court ruled that the School Board was not administering the desegregation plan as it was intended and the case was remanded to the Court to allow the transfer of "Negro" students into white schools (without testing). Battle wrote Ellis that they would file a motion for a stay of all proceedings regarding the elementary school situation until they could apply to Chief Justice Warren and the U. S. Supreme Court to review the decision made by the lower court (writ of certiorari). [Needs flattening]

    • Box-folder 3:8
      Court Cases: List of children who could be transferred to Venable and Johnson Schools after October 10 1962 October 10
      2 items (original and rough draft)
    • Box-folder 3:9
      Court Cases: Affidavit for Marvin C. Sutphin in the case of Cochyese Griffin v. State Board of Education. 1964 September 24
      1 item

      Marvin C. Sutphin, Assistant Superintendent of Charlottesville Schools, signed an affidavit confirming the enrollment figures for the 1964-1965 school sessions; the school policy that race was not designated on the school enrollment records; and all requests for school transfers by June 19, 1964 were honored.

Series II: General Desegregation
  • Box-folder 3:10
    Applicants for possible school transfer 1959 September
    1 item
  • Box-folder 3:11
    Interview notes from visit with Frederick D. Wallace 1961 June 23
    4 items

    Notes were taken during an interview with Mr. and Mrs. Frederick D. Wallace by [Dr. Ellis' assistant] to determine if the Wallace children could transfer from Gordonsville to Charlottesville Schools. From the notes it appears that the request was probably denied.

  • Oversize
    Oversize Maps of Charlottesville School Districts 1951, 1955, 1962
    3 items
  • Box-folder 3:12
    Minutes of the Charlottesville School Board regarding a Resolution made by the Charlottesville School Board in response to the Supreme Court Decision of Brown v. Board of Education 1955 July 8
    5 items

    The School Board made a resolution that no plans could be made until the legal aspects of the decision were determined, that the public school system be maintained, and that flexibility be a huge component of any plan including delaying compulsive attendance laws.

  • Box-folder 3:13
    Minutes of the Charlottesville School Board and Desegregation Plan 1958 May 12, July 8
    3 items

    Mr. Battle interpreted the ruling of Judge John Paul and explained that any applications for student transfers should be determined on a racially non-discriminatory basis. The School Board made a resolution (desegregation plan) that designated geographical areas for six elementary schools of the city and the application of academic standards and interviews to determine pupil placement. (The "Battle Plan") See also 1:38.

  • Box-folder 3:14
    Minutes of the Charlottesville School Board, 1959 January 1
    1 item

    There is a resolution thanking the Charlottesville Community for their assistance with education while the schools were closed.

  • Box-folder 3:15
    Minutes of the Charlottesville School Board regarding the reopening of Venable and Lane Schools 1959 January 26, 28, 30
    5 items

    The School Board made a resolution to operate Venable and Lane Schools in strict compliance with the law regarding pupil placements and court orders. There was also a meeting on January 30 th designating February 4, 1959 as the reopening of Venable and Lane on a racially segregated basis.

  • Box-folder 3:16
    Minutes of the Charlottesville School Board, Resolution to retain Dean Ralph Cherry to prepare a map of the Elementary School Districts 1959 February 12
    1 item
  • Box-folder 3:17
    Minutes of the Charlottesville School Board regarding the desegregation plan 1959 February 18
    2 items

    The School Board mentioned that the plaintiffs (in Allen v. School Board) received little academic instruction during the 1958-1959 school term so the superintendent would arrange tutoring for them prior to September 1959.

  • Box-folder 3:18
    Minutes of the Charlottesville School Board [1959]
    5 items

    The superintendent recommended an experiment to separate the pupils by gender for some grades during the 1959-1960 school sessions. There is also correspondence and a news clipping about separate classrooms for boys and girls in order to avoid "Race Mongrelization"

  • Box-folder 3:19
    News clippings about desegregation 1954-1958; n. d.
    51 items

    Articles are mostly from The Daily Progress and discuss the court cases and the events impacting the schools in Charlottesville.

  • Box-folder 3:20
    News clippings about desegregation 1959-1962; 1979-1994
    47 items

    Articles are from The Daily Progress which span from the reopening of the schools to the development of desegregation plans. Also newspaper articles looking back on desegregation. # items

  • Box-folder 3:21
    Organizations: Charlottesville Educational Foundation 1958-1960
    23 items

    The Charlottesville Educational Foundation: (segregation oriented) was a group that formed to offer education during the closing of Venable and Lane Schools.

  • Box-folder 3:22
    Organizations: Committee for Public Education 1958-1960
    8 items

    There is a list of the objectives which was primarily to keep public schools open and avoid private schools (since they were not a permanent solution to the school crisis.)

  • Oversize
    Oversize broadside sponsored by the Committee for Public Education 1959 April 22
    1 item

    One broadside with two articles from The Lynchburg News, one written by John S. Battle, Jr. "Scholarship Program May Result In Even More Integration" and "Mr. Battle Speaks Out."

  • Box-folder 3:23
    Organizations: General Assembly Special Session 1959 May 6, 7
    1 item

    Notes from the Attorney General's office that instructed the School Board to show the total number of children residing in the city multiplied by the cost to the city for their education; money for scholarships; and money for school operations

  • Box-folder 3:24
    Organizations: National Education Association Survey 1959 January 9
    1 item

    Superintendent Ellis completed a survey on the effect of the closed schools on students, teachers and public attitudes.

  • Box-folder 3:25
    Organizations: Parent's Committee for Emergency Schooling 1958-1959
    6 items

    The organization was formed to offer temporary education during the closing of the schools. There are articles of Incorporation, mission of the group, and a petition asking that the local authorities be allowed to handle the school situation.

  • Box-folder 3:26
    Organizations: Pupil Placement Board 1956-1959
    4 items

    There is a telegram from the PPB informing the School Board that the placement board would assign the pupils. The School Board decided to file a motion questioning their authority. Also included is a list of procedures for pupil placements.

  • Box-folder 3:27
    Organizations: Pupil Placement Board Applications 1956-1958
    1 group of applications

    Applications for placement of pupils approved by the board for the school session 1956-1957, 1957-1958, and 1959-1960.

  • Box-folder 3:28
    Organizations: Pupil Placement Board Applications 1956-1958
    1 group of applications

    Applications for placement of pupils approved by the Pupil Placement Board for school session 1956-1957, 1957-1958, and 1959-1960.

  • Box-folder 4:1
    Desegregation Organizations: Pupil Scholarship Funds 1958-1963
    1 notebook

    There are reports that depict the names and number of students who were recipients; the private schools that they attended; and the net costs to the City and State.

  • Box-folder 4:2
    Organizations: Southern Regional Council Reports 1959-1962
    21 articles

    Southern Regional Council was organized in 1919 to fight racial injustice in the South.

    Articles included are: Report No. L-6 on the "The 'Davis Report' and the Truth about the Public School situation in Washington, D. C." 1959, July 3; Report No. L-8 on "Race and Intelligence" (Eighteen of the "Country's leading psychologists and anthropologists" issued comments about the equality of the races) 1959 August 10; Report No. L-9 on "The Private School Answer to the Desegregation Crisis The Virginia Experience" 1959 September 1; Report No. L-13 "Did you find that there was much difference in the ability of Negro children to receive and profit by instruction?" December 15, 1959;Report No. L-14 "A Report From Virginia" 1960 February 15; Report L-15 "Types of Desegregation Plans" can be found under Desegregation Plans in Other Areas 4:15; Report L-16 on "Atlanta and Washington Racial Differences in Academic Achievement by Frank H. Stallings 1960 February 26 Printed?; Report No. L-17 "Desegregation and Academic Achievement, March 14, 1960; Report No. L-19 "What Price Tag for 'Massive Resistance?" (by Frank Trippett Reprinting from St. Petersburg Times) October 14, 1960; Report No. L-20 Problem Solving Through Race Relations 1960 October 25; Report No. L-21 "Public Schools and community Development" 1960 November 30; Report No. L-22 Memorandum "To Florida Leaders In Civic, Religious, and Business Affairs" 1960 December 9;Special Report 19 "Sanctuaries for Tradition: Virginia's New Private Schools" 1961 February 8; Report No. L-24 Addresses by businessmen in Atlanta, and New Orleans 1960-1961; Report No. L-26 Address from General Lucius D. Clay at the Governor's Conference on Trade and Commerce in Atlanta, Georgia 1961 July 25; Report No. L-31 Wall Street Journal article, "Slipping Segregation: Negroes Win Lowering of More Barriers in South" 1962 February 6; Report No. L-32 Commentary by Dr. William P. Sullivan of Carleton Putnam's book, Race and Reason: A Yankee View. 1962 March 9; Report No. L-33 "A Statement of Recommended Police Policy Resulting from the New York University Graduate School of Public Administration Conference on 'The Challenge of Desegregation for the American Police Executive" 1962 March 9; Report No. L-34-A "Desegregation of Southern Parochial Schools" 1963 August 19; Report No. L-45on "Public Education in Mississippi" 1963 August 19

  • Box-folder 4:3
    Organizations. State Board of Education Statement. 1955 December 13
    1 item

    The board wanted the Constitutional Convention to amend Section 141 (which barred the use of public funds for private education) and would allow the schools to use tuition grants to send "white" children to all "white" schools.

  • Box-folder 4:4
    Organizations United States Commission on Civil Rights. March 1, 1960
    1 item

    There is written statement by Superintendent Ellis describing the events in Charlottesville following the decision of the Supreme Court in Brown v. Board of Education.

  • Box-folder 4:5
    Organizations Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers Resolution 1956 May 4
    1 item

    There is a resolution that urged the Governor to call a special meeting of the General Assembly to establish legislation that would provide guidelines in resolving the issues with desegregation.

  • Box-folder 4:6
    Organizations Virginia Council on Human Relations n. d.
    3 items

    There is a letter to Superintendent Ellis from John H. Marion, introducing Ellis to the VCHR, which supported desegregation. Also included are letters from the American Council on Human Relations.

  • Box-folder 4:7
    Organizations. Virginia Education Association Statement 1955 December 11
    1 item

    There is a statement from the General Assembly inviting the citizens of Virginia to vote on a constitutional convention that would allow the state to financially support private schools with tuition grants and amend Section 141.

  • Box-folder 4:8
    Petition from the NAACP 1964
    5 items

    There is a petition requesting an end to racial segregation signed by three hundred and six residents. There is also letter from the Superintendent of Schools, George C. Tramontin to John S. Battle, Jr. asking for advice on how to respond.

  • Box-folder 4:9
    Plans for desegregation of Charlottesville Schools 1957-1959
    10 items

    Included is a proposed plan for "Desegregation in the Charlottesville Schools" by Eunice M. Jackson with a map of school districts. There are also policies listed for the pupil placement plans, and suggestions from Judge John Paul titled, "Reorganization of Charlottesville Schools to which Negroes Have Been Assigned." There is also a paper by Dr. B. J. Chandler and Dr. Douglas S. Ward, "A Plan for the Preservation of the Virginia Public School System," and a memo on the meaning and implications of "deliberate speed." See also 3:17 Minutes of the Charlottesville School Board and Desegregation Plan 1959 February 18.

  • Box-folder 4:10
    Plans for desegregation in other areas 1954-1960
    9 items

    There are descriptions of desegregation plans for cities in Kentucky, Tennessee, Maryland, Arkansas, Virginia, Texas, and Georgia. Included is also the "Wise Plan for the Maintenance of Segregated Education in Virginia."

  • Box-folder 4:11
    Plans for Desegregation requested by other school officials. 1958-1962
    27 items

    Included are some questions relating to the Gray Commission School Plan.

  • Box-folder 4:12
    Report on "Public School Desegregation Charlottesville, Virginia 1955-1962" by Paul Gaston and Thomas T. Hammond 1955 1962
    1 item

    Report on the history of desegregation and the attitudes of the community in Charlottesville.

  • Box-folder 4:13
    Resolutions 1955, October 13 and 1956 July 16
    2 items

    Resolution to appeal the recent decision of the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Virginia and a resolution to reply to Oliver W. Hill's petition.

  • Box-folder 4:14
    Resolution n. d.
    1 item

    Resolution that the President of the United States be urged to provide leadership in the school crisis confronting Virginia following the Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education

  • Box-folder 4:15
    Speeches by John S. Battle Jr. 1959 April 20 and April 22
    7 items
  • Box-folder 4:16
    Speeches by Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr. 1959 August 29
    1 item

    Included are excerpts from the speech by Senator Harry F. Byrd at his 37 th Annual Orchard Picnic, Berryville, Virginia. Senator Byrd mentioned the closed schools in Prince Edward County. He also spoke about his opposition to the visit from Krushschev, and the Warren Commission.

  • Box-folder 4:17
    Statement by Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr. 1956 January 9
    1 item

    Senator Byrd issued a statement in support of calling the Constitutional Convention.

  • Box-folder 4:18
    Statement by Dowell J. Howard, Superintendent of Public Instruction 1954 June 7 and 1956 January
    2 items

    Superintendent Howard supported the calling of the Constitutional Convention and the amendment to Section 141.

  • Box-folder 4:19
    Statement of the Declaration of Constitutional Principles 1956 March 12
    1 item

    The Declaration which was to be presented to the Senate, criticized the decision of the Supreme Court in Brown vs. Board of Education

Series III: Correspondence
  • A. Correspondence Legal
    • Box-folder 5:1
      Correspondence Legal 1923; 1943; 1955; 1960
      10 items

      Correspondents include Harris Hart, Superintendent of Public Instruction; Superintendent James G. Johnson; Major John Graves, City Attorney; and Walter F. George. Topics mentioned are a bond issue; County Unit Law and the abolishment of District School Boards; outline of the history of the city and county; and the United States Senate Committee on Finance and tax legislation.

    • Box-folder 5:2
      Correspondence Legal Annexation Suit Charlottesville v. Albemarle 1961 September 8
      1 item

      The city and county reached a compromise in a motion filed by the city to annex land in the county.

    • Box-folder 5:3
      Correspondence Legal Michael & Dent 1969-1973
      45 items

      Correspondents include James Harry Michael, Jr. and Superintendent Dr. Edward W. Rushton. Topics include James Harry Michael's speech to the Senate; kindergarten enrollment; pupil transportation; hearing and speech programs; twenty year old pupils; sick leave policies; Barksdale felony case; names for Charlottesville High School; bus monitors; and merging county and city school districts. There is also a "vote for Michael for Lt. Governor" autographed card.

    • Box-folder 5:4
      Correspondence Legal 1974
      45 items

      Correspondents include Dr. William J. Ellena, Paul M. Peatross, Jr., and Senator James Harry Michael, Jr. Topics mentioned are a legal case about the naming of Charlottesville High School; salaries of School Board members; relocation of VEPCO lines; maternity leave, budget crisis including a comment from Senator James Harry Michael, Jr. that this was "the roughest [session] I have yet served in; House Bill 373 on employee retirement benefits; Southern States payment; injections for students in an emergency situation; hospital bill for a student who was burned at Lane High School; altercation after a basketball game; a deed granting ownership of the McGuffey School to the City; suit against Pastor Frederick Patrick; and the widening of Preston Avenue.

    • Box-folder 5:5
      Correspondence Legal 1975
      30 items

      Correspondents include Senator James Harry Michael, Jr. and Superintendent Dr. William J. Ellena. Topics mentioned are successful negotiations with VEPCO; suspension of students at Buford; permission to name truant students in the newspaper; search and seizure of student property; salary of a principal after a sabbatical; dismissal of a teacher; instructional television, Virginia High School League and the North Western District from the Commonwealth, lease of Lane High School; and a Superintendent's right to his own legal counsel.

    • Box-folder 5:6
      Correspondence Legal 1976
      33 items

      Correspondents mentioned are Paul M. Peatross, Senator James Harry Michael, Jr. the Reverend Henry B. Mitchell; J. Page Williams; Michael & Dent, LTD.; Dr. Marvin C. Sutphin, and Dr. William J. Ellena. Topics are the Virginia High School League and the Northwest Region of the Commonwealth; personnel issues; sabbatical leave; federally funded teachers; nepotism; probation of wrestling coach; by-laws for the student School Board; conflict of interest of a School Board member (Family Services); bidding for school pictures; loaning money to students in emergency situations; collective bargaining and the Charlottesville Education Foundation, and a bidding process for the Yellow Transit Company.

    • Box-folder 5:7
      Correspondence Legal 1977
      28 items

      Correspondents include Senator James Harry Michael, Jr., and Attorney General Anthony F. Troy. Topics mentioned are a legal case, International Brotherhood of Teamsters v. United States, et al.; Federal judgeship for James Harry Michael, Jr.; unused funds; sale of land from the Technical Education Center; advertising on the athletic field score board; deed for the sale of Lane High School; conflict of interest for a School B oard member; contract for Yellow Transit Company; unemployment and insurance matters; and a lawsuit involving a professor with sabbatical leave.

    • Box-folder 5:8
      Correspondence Legal Michael & Dent 1979
      35 items

      Correspondents mentioned are Leroy Bruton, Dr. John S. Wright, Rayner V. Snead, Jr., John L. Snook, Raymond Bell, and Attorney General Marshall Coleman. Topics mentioned are new statutes in the Virginia Freedom of Information Act; the Virginia Code and conflict of interests; open School Board meetings; the length of School Board terms; right of access to a students' files; the retirement age changed to 70; federally funded research; by-laws for the Piedmont Regional Education Program; an easement to drain water from Johnson School; a lawsuit involving a professor with sabbatical leave; the rent for the Opportunities Industrialization Center, Inc.; the Charlottesville High School football stadium; updates on personnel policies; (Reprove case;) bids for a roofing project; and a contract with the Bayly Museum for educational instruction.

    • Box-folder 5:9
      Correspondence Legal Michael & Dent 1980
      56 items

      Correspondents mentioned are R. Lynwood Coffman; Judge James Harry Michael, Jr.; Aaron Mathew Farley and his parents; Office of the Attorney General; Edward L. Hogshire; and Dr. William J. Ellena. Topics of interest are legal cases, namely the case involving a hearing impaired student, Aaron Mathew Farley v. The Honorable S. John Davis; the Charlottesville Learning Exchange v. Richard A. Bergerson; and the Virginia Electric and Power Company agreement. Other topics mentioned are the "Bishop" bill; the Virginia Code; the field and gym at Charlottesville High School; access to student's files; grade promotion requests; tax questions; Yellow Transit Company; school picture and school ring contracts; freezers at Lane High School; and bonuses to bus drivers. There is a resume of Judge James Harry Michael, Jr.

    • Box-folder 6:1
      Correspondence Legal Dent & Williams; Fein, Deinlein, Petit & Williams 1981
      36 items

      Correspondents include Dr. William J. Ellena; Stainback and Scribner; Thomas J. Michie, Jr.; Karen Barket; and Thomas McLernon. Topics mentioned are the Farley case; insurance; Dr. Ellena's contract; legal fees; payroll deductions; tax and social security; by-laws of the Board of Education; alteration of hours; supervision of a softball game; nepotism; payment disputes with architects; School Board committee meetings; the Virginia Freedom of Information Act; and policy for employment application forms.

    • Box-folder 6:2
      Correspondence Legal Michie, Hamlett, Donato & Lowry 1982 January November
      20 items

      Topics mentioned are legal cases such as Robert Danfield Gormes vs. Patrick C. Houchens, Charlottesville School Board v. Rita Wood; School Board v. Adom, Inc.; Hewitt Studios, Inc. v. Central Virginia School Portraits Ltd. and George C. Meador. Other legal issues include handicapped students and buses; spraying to remove Kudzo; city and county for sharing special educational programs, and access to student files.

    • Box-folder 6:3
      Correspondence Legal Michie, Hamlett, Donato & Lowry 1982-1983 June
      10 items

      Topics mentioned are access to student files by a divorced parent, pending case involving Adom, Inc.; and a grading plan and contract for Moore's Creek and Fifth Street.

    • Box-folder 6:4
      Correspondence Legal from Hogan & Hartson to inform Superintendent of Schools Dr. Joseph McGeehan about new legislation pertinent to education 1989
      5 items

      There is a summary of the decisions made during the Supreme Court Term (1988-1989) and its impact on schools. Also included is a copy of the Charlottesville Public Schools Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Plan for Personnel Director, Robert R. Hart. There is also a statement of legal fees due Hogan & Hartson.

    • Box-folder 6:5
      Correspondence Legal Hogan & Hartson 1990
      7 items

      Topics mentioned are anti-drug regulations and the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988; and a summary of the Supreme Court decisions for 1989-1990. There is correspondence about Judge Dillin and the court case of Donny Brurell Buckley and The Board of School Commissioners of the City of Indianapolis.

    • Box-folder 6:6
      Correspondence Legal Hogan & Hartson 1991
      8 items

      Topics mentioned are a Supreme Court case in Board of Education of Oklahoma City v. Dowell about busing and racial population; Freeman v. Pitts about race and demographic trends; the legalities regarding schools selling student information to the United States Armed Forces. Also included are a summary of the Supreme Court decisions for 1990-1991, a summary of President George Herbert Walker Bush's Civil Rights Act of 1991, and memos about the Hogan & Hartson law firm opening an office in Paris and Prague.

    • Box-folder 6:7
      Correspondence Legal 1992-1995
      18 items

      Topics mentioned are the case of Franklin v. Gwinnett County Public Schools regarding sexual harassment; the case of Freeman v. Pitts; Lee v. Weisman about prayers during graduation ceremonies and a summary of the Supreme Court decisions for 1991-1993; memo about Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas; the case, Harris v. Forklist Systems, Inc. regarding sexual harassment; Office for Civil Rights guidelines for racial harassment; rules from the Securities and Exchange Commission; the Family and Medical Leave Act; gun laws; and students with disabilities.

  • Correspondence City Improvements 1927
    B. Correspondence School Board, Superintendents and City Council
    • Box-folder 7:1
      Correspondence School Superintendent James G. Johnson 1913-1946
      30 items

      Letter from W. H. Wood, Clothier, about Reverend Andrew Allen and an application for the position of teacher; Letter from Dr. Johnson to Charles G. Maphis at the University of Virginia about reading methods and vacation school work. There is a history of the Charlottesville Schools written by James G. Johnson. There is retirement information about Dr. Johnson in an issue of The McGuffey Reader vol. XIV Number 9 and The Sentinel vol. XIX Number 9 (1945)

    • Box-folder 7:2
      Correspondence School Superintendent Fendall R. Ellis, 1954-1962
      1 notebook

      There are many memos to staff, reports on school needs, lists of teachers, and pupil scholarship application forms.

    • Box-folder 7:3
      Correspondence Superintendent of Schools, Fendall R. Ellis 1961-1964
      1 notebook pt.2
    • Box-folder 7:4
      Correspondence School Superintendents 1962-1975
      1 notebook pt.1
    • Box-folder 7:5
      Correspondence School Superintendent William J. Ellena 1975-
      13 items

      Proposals and resolution to pave Main Street

    • Box-folder 7:6
      Correspondence School Board and City Council 1954-1959
      12 items

      Correspondents mentioned are Fendall R. Ellis, James E. Bowen, and L. G. Harding. Topics include repairs and additions at Venable, Lane, Jefferson, Burnley-Moran, Clark, and Johnson Schools; radiological detection instruments; bills, budget; and the widening of McIntire Road.

    • Box-folder 7:7
      Correspondence School Board and City Council 1960-1964
      50 items

      Correspondents include James E. Bowen, Bernard J. Haggerty Jr., Fendall R. Ellis, George C. Tramontin, John L. Hammond, Arthur E. Chapman, R. E. Lee and Son, Inc., Lindsay B. Mount, Louie L. Scribner, John R. Ponton, Jack M. Dunnavant, Jr., C. Herbert Paseur, and Robert T. Marsh. Topics include land purchases and improvements for Greenbrier, Clark, Burley, and Jefferson schools; extension of Shamrock Road; school building costs; city and county contract (1950) for a Joint Negro High School; three new junior high schools; enrollment figures and costs; number of "Negro" and "white" teachers; budget (including the statement that no one could understand the budget formula except "Mr. Blount;") student to teacher ratios; drop-outs; architectural fees; old nailed down desks; teacher salaries; and tuition grants.

    • Box-folder 7:8
      Correspondence School Board and City Council 1965-1967
      27 items

      Correspondents include Lindsay B. Mount, Bernard J. Haggerty Jr., Burkett A. Rennolds, James E. Bowen, Jr., George C. Tramontin, Edward W. Rushton, Edward O. McCue, Jr., W. Copley McLean, Hovey S. Dabney, and Paul Saunier, Jr., Topics include land purchases, new schools, and improvements for Burley, Jefferson, Lane, Greenbrier, Clark, Johnson; Buford, and Walker schools; county pupils in city schools, board meeting minutes including the budget; teacher salaries; list of personnel; need for kindergarten programs; busing; transportation of handicapped children; gym rental; and Westminster Study Tutorial.

    • Box-folder 7:9
      Correspondence School Board and City Council 1968-1973
      34 items

      Correspondents include Edward W. Rushton, William J. Ellena, Burkett A. Reynolds; G. A. Vogt, James E. Bowen, Jr., Dr. W. Copley McLean, James Harry Michael, Jr; Laurence A. Brunton, Mitchell Van Yahres, Cole Hendrix, Francis H. Fife, Booker T. Reaves, and Satyendra Huja. Topics mentioned are land purchases and construction for new schools; use of Burley, task force on roads including McIntire Road and 250 bypass; board meeting minutes about budget, appropriation of funds, and interns; enrollment figures; city sidewalks; retirement of James E. Bowen, Jr., Frankfurt International School; bus safety; and the Kimley-Horn report on pupil transportation.

    • Box-folder 7:10
      Correspondence School Board and City Council (Questions from the Mayors of Charlottesville) 1974-1976
      1 notebook

      Correspondents include the Reverend Henry B. Mitchell, Francis Fife, Ronnie Durhan, Richard L. Jennings, Charles L. Barbour, William J. Ellena, and Nancy O'Brien. Topics include City and School Board communication; athletic facilities at Charlottesville High School; mentally impaired children; budget; teacher to student ratios; joint city and school processes, differentiation between administrative and instructive personnel; school owned automobiles; and grants.

    • Box-folder 8:1
      Correspondence School Board and City Council 1974-1976
      76 items

      Correspondents include William J. Ellena, Francis H. Fife, Cole Hendrix, J. A. Kessler, the Reverend Henry B. Mitchell, Booker T. Reaves, Satyhendra Huja, Clarence McClure, and Alicia B. Lugo. Topics include land purchases; construction costs; a joint athletic stadium and new gymnasium; deed for Charlottesville High School; joint city-county council; city use of swimming pools and renovations at Buford and Walker schools; city maintenance of school athletic facilities; joint data processing; use of McGuffey, Lane and Jefferson schools; rental funds and fire safety at Lane; parking at McGuffey and map; capital projects; hiring of architects Stainback and Scribner; pupil transportation and Yellow Transit Company; board meeting minutes; unused funds; Region X; middle school program; and a conference on crime.

    • Box-folder 8:2
      Correspondence School Board and City Council regarding the sale of Lane High School Building 1976-1978
      61 items

      Correspondents mentioned are Francis H. Fife, George H. Gilliam, Cole Hendrix, Elizabeth A. Bowers, Dale R. Metcalf, William J. Ellena, Harry Porter, Richard L. Jennings, Nancy K. O'Brien, Fahy G. Mullaney,Thomas W. Branham, Cole Hendrix, W.P. Mitchell, Gerald E. Fisher, Carl Van Fossen, and T. Page Williams of Michael and Dent, LTD. Plans to allow Albemarle County Offices access to the Lane High School building in exchange for allowing the City access to the Burley School and the eventual sale of Lane. (See also Miscellaneous, Schools, Lane High School Box 66 Folder: 17))

    • Box-folder 8:3
      Correspondence School Board and City Council 1977
      45 items

      Correspondents include Dr. Charles William Hurt; Dr. William J. Ellena; Nancy K. O'Brien; Richard L. Jennings; Roger C. Wiley; C. Robert Stripling; Cole Hendrix; Booker Reaves, and William P. Mitchell. Topics mentioned are land grading, and school construction at Charlottesville High, Greenbrier, Clark, and Jackson-Via schools. Also mentioned are economic related items such as the consolidation of school and city functions; gas shortages; reduction of water use; salaries; capital projects; joint data processing system; economic development; community education; United Way campaign; lack of funds for a hearing program (Farley case); and an urban observatory report.

    • Box-folder 8:4
      Correspondence School Board and City Council 1978--1980
      33 items

      Correspondents include Dr. William J. Ellena, Richard L. Jennings, Laurence A. Brunton, Barbara B. Deaver, Cole Hendrix, William P. Mitchell; Jimmie J. Dunbar, James R. Boyd, Region Ten Community Home; Senator Harry F. Byrd, Jr., and Francis L. Buck, Topics mentioned are a new auditorium, gym, and sports complex for Charlottesville, and repairs for Buford, and Walker schools, social security, retirement; budget; capital improvement; speech and hearing services (letter to Harry F. Byrd, Jr., Farley case;) inappropriate song "Suffocation;" audits; hiring; pupil to teacher ratio; salaries; Region Ten Property; enrollment; and All America City Banquet.

    • Box-folder 8:5
      Correspondence School Board and City Council 1981-1982
      31 items

      Correspondents include Cole Hendrix, Dr. William Ellena, Region Ten Community Services, Satyendra Singh Huja, Richard L. Jennings, Francis L. Buck, C. Robert Stripling, Thomas McLernon, Mitchell Van Yahres, Alicia B.Lugo, Gary B. O'Connell, Dr. Vincent C. Cibbarelli; Roger C. Wiley; Mark Krebs; Jimmie J. Dunbar, Robert Sheets and Adom, Inc. Topics mentioned are land sale, and school repairs at Charlottesville and Buford schools; Technical Education Center; city and school repairs; city and county consolidation; bus supervision; Region Ten property; reduction of water use; budget; federal budget cuts; capital improvements; salary increase for School Board members; Lane Football Field; and a data processing system.

    • Box-folder 9:1
      Correspondence School Board and City Council 1983--1984
      23 items

      Correspondents include Vincent Cibbarelli, Alicia B. Lugo, Francis L. Buck, Jimmie J. Dunbar, Dr. John Morris III, Mitchell Van Yahres,Tom McLernon, Robert Black, Myron E. Cale, Gary B. O'Connell, Dr. Joseph Mooney, and Cole Hendrix. Topics mentioned are building program (from 1967;) improvements for Charlottesville High School; asbestos removal; city staff to maintain school athletic fields; city and county coordination; budget; audit; capital improvements; aid grant; joint processing data system; phonics and look-say teaching methods; increase in salary for City School Board members and teachers.

    • Box-folder 9:2
      Correspondence School Board and City Council 1985-1986
      33 items

      Correspondents include Francis L. Buck, Alicia B. Lugo, Vincent Cibbarelli, Thomas McLernon, Gary B. O'Connell, Herbert R. Cottrill; Helen H. Poore; Richard D. Greig, Cole Hendrix, Attorney General Gerald L. Baliles, Alson H. Smith, Jr., Mitchell Van Yahres, Donald J. Finley, and Joseph Mooney. Topics included are use of Jefferson School; repairs and renovations for Clark, Venable, Jackson-Via, and Charlottesville High School; bus drivers strike; academic achievement; education, pupil transportation; School Board members term of office; student government; summer and after school programs; salaries; federal funding cuts; capital improvements; internal accounting; lawsuit (special education student;) teacher reference; and Bicentennial of the U. S. Constitution

    • Box-folder 9:3
      Correspondence School Board and City Council 1987-1989
      13 items

      Correspondents mentioned are Francis L. Buck, Elizabeth B. Waters, Vincent Cibbarelli, Richard D. Greig, Joseph Mooney, John L. Pezzoli, Cole Hendrix, and Monique Cardin. Topics include the basketball team; reorganization of the middle schools to balance minorities at Buford and Walker students; task force on youth; capital projects; budget; county students; French teacher; and a new smoking ordinance.

    • Box-folder 9:4
      Correspondence School Board and City Council 1990-1995
      44 items

      Elizabeth B. Waters; Joseph R. McGeehan; Alvin Edwards; Rauzelle J. Smith; Thomas J. Vandever; David J. Toscano; Linda S. Seaman; Dorothea M. Shannon; and John T. Casteen, III. Topics mentioned are Madison House; Piedmont Virginia Community College and the University of Virginia; salaries; the Performing Arts Center; Italian-American Educational Exchange Program; phonics; asbestos; gain sharing; achievement of African-American pupils; board meeting minutes; 7-Eleven stores commitment to literacy; Walker students; Albemarle County High School Feasibility Study; Tonsler Park; and the West Main Street revitalization project. There is also a letter from Alvin Edwards asking First Lady Barbara Bush to listen to a story written by a fifth grade student.

Series IV: Facilities Management
  • A. Correspondence
    • Box-folder 9:5
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and architect Charles J. Calrow about the construction of McGuffey School 1913-1915
      6 items

      Other correspondents mentioned are Charles M. Robinson, J. A. Burgess, Harmon & Walsh, C. W. Allen, Charlottesville Lumber Company, Ferguson, Calrow & Taylor, and Mayor Olivier. Topics include a purchase of The Rectory of the Episcopal Church; plans and bids for work on existing and new school buildings; overcrowding and repairs at [Midway School;] a conflict of interest with Charlottesville Lumber Company; a street car switch; and tension between Mayor Olivier and the School Board.

    • Box-folder 9:6
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson (about the purchase of land for Venable) 1913-1915
      22 items

      Correspondents mentioned are J. H. Lindsay, James G. Johnson, Eugene Bradbury, J. E. Harrison, H. B. Lee, J. E. Early, and Thomas Carr. Topics include a resolution for a new high school; use of the Episcopal Rectory as a primary school; alterations to H. B. Lee's house; purchases of McKee Row and Patterson property; and minutes of the School Board.

    • Box-folder 9:7
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and architect Charles J. Calrow about the construction of McGuffey School 1916 January-March
      33 items

      Some of the correspondence reveals that Dr. Johnson was very concerned about the subcontractor following his instructions on plastering and Mr. Calrow mediated between Dr. Johnson and the Charlottesville Lumber Company.

    • Oversize
      Oversize Sketch of Primary School Plan of Foundation and Base Angles 1916 April 13
      1 item

      American Blower Company detail of a fan

    • Box-folder 9:8
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and architect Charles J. Calrow about the construction of McGuffey School 1916 April-May
      65 items

      Tensions continued between Dr. Johnson and the Charlottesville Lumber Company and caused delays in construction. There was also a discrepancy with quotes given by N. A. Murphy of the American Heating and Ventilation Company.

    • Box-folder 10:1
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and architect Charles J. Calrow about the construction of McGuffey School 1916 June-November
      95 items

      Correspondents include W. R. Barksdale, Charlottesville Lumber Company, The Slatington Banger Slate Syndicate, American Blower Company, Mr. R. Smith, and Johnson Service Company. Dr. Johnson wrote to Mr. Calrow about the delays with the Charlottesville Lumber Company and his dissatisfaction with the stone work. (Papers are very fragile and torn).

    • Oversize
      Oversize Sketch of Retaining Wall for McGuffey Primary School n. d.
      1 item
    • Box-folder 10:2
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and architect Charles J. Calrow about the plans for Venable School 1922
      34 items

      There is a proposal from Dr. Johnson to locate the new school (Venable) on Fourteenth Street, hire Calrow as the architect and name the school Davis Primary School after Noah K. Davis, a highly respected teacher and follower of McGuffey. He also proposed to use Major Eugene Bradbury as the architect for the expansion of the "colored school." There is also a list of streets in Charlottesville.

    • Box-folder 10:3
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow about the plans for Venable School 1923 January-March
      63 items

      Correspondents mentioned James G. Johnson, Charles J. Calrow, Dr. Edwin Alderman, Major Eugene Bradbury, Miss Carrie Burnley, Miss Septima Moran, Mrs. Fred M. Alexander, Mrs. Huffman, and Linthicum & Linthicum Architects. Topics include land purchases, a bond issue and building Venable School; exhaustion for Dr. Johnson; a comment from Dr. Alderman that McGuffey was "one of the most beautiful buildings that he has ever seen;" recommendation of Major [Eugene] Bradbury as architect for the "colored school;" quote by Johnson that, "… wherever they may breathe the air; she [Miss Burnley]and Miss Moran both of whom have more instinct about what is right than any two women you can find..;" comment from Johnson, "Please do not say grammar school any more. Never use any other term than Primary School

    • Box-folder 10:4
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow and plans for Venable School 1923 April-June
      53 items

      Correspondents include James G. Johnson, Major John S. Graves, Charles J. Calrow, and the United States Radiator Corporation. Topics include the Charlottesville Charter; date of bidding process; allocation of funds; the building boycott; illness of Dr. Johnson's son; and Mr. McIntire's knowledge about architecture.

    • Box-folder 10:5
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow and plans for Venable 1923 July-September
      26 items

      There are letters about finalizing specifications and plans; waiting to hear from courts about the Charlottesville Charter; and delays due to a gasoline ordinance in which Richard E. Byrd [Admiral?] is mentioned.

    • Box-folder 10:6
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow and plans for Venable 1924 January-February
      74 items

      Correspondents include W. P. Thurston Company, Miller Engineering Corporation, Charlottesville Lumber Company; King Lumber Company, Graham Construction Company, W. L. Ragland Company, Burroughs & Mankin, Salem Brick Company, National Radiator Company, and Glasgow Clay Products Company. Topics include the Charlottesville Charter; the bond issue; references for Gooch-Williams Company who won the bid; copy of bid from McGuffey School; minutes of the School Board and city council; and specifications for heating and ventilation from Calrow.

    • Box-folder 10:7
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow and construction of Venable School 1924 March 1-22
      42 items

      Correspondents also include Raymond V. Long, and Major John Graves. Topics included are architect fees; construction details such as racking lumber, bricks, and latrine fixtures; state recommendations; bond form with job specifications; and an agreement between Gooch-Williams & Company and the School Board.

    • Box-folder 11:1
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow and construction of Venable School 1924 March 24-31
      47 items
    • Box-folder 11:2
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow and construction of Venable School 1924 April-May
      113 items

      Correspondents mentioned are William H. Wood; Major John Graves; and John Newcomb. Topics included are building details such as the foundation, defects in concrete walls, latrine fixtures, panic bolts, ditches, sand, cost of dirt, chipped stones, and removal of trees and stumps; the strike; "Negroes" and Jefferson Day excitement;" a quote from Johnson, "… no one could depend upon its being done right unless some expert like you [Calrow] or Professor Newcomb stood right over it every minute.

    • Box-folder 11:3
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow 1924 June-July
      57 items

      Correspondents included are Gooch-Williams & Co., Mr. Cabaniss; Salem Brick Company, Reading Iron Company, L. T. Hanckel & Sons, Lacy & Barnett, American Blower Co., and Linthicum & Linthicum. Topics include repair for a concrete wall, and a refund from a land purchase.

    • Box-folder 11:4
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow and construction of Venable 1924 August-October
      101 items

      Correspondents mentioned are Mr. Cabiniss , Mr. Milner, Raymond V. Long, Lacy & Barnett, Mr. Warrick, Mr. Dyer, Economy Concrete Co. of Virginia, Williams Slate Co., Gooch-Williams, W. T. Martin Hardware Company, and L. T. Hanckel & Sons. Topics include Johnson's complaints about the "slipshod" construction work being done and efforts by Calrow to reassure Johnson; insurance on the building; hiring a watchman; and "Negro" gambling.

    • Box-folder 11:5
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow and Venable construction) 1924 Nov-Dec
      63 items

      Correspondents mentioned are Lacy & Barnett, Thom Plastering, Gooch & Williams, W. T. Martin Hardware Company, Dr. Watson, [Harris Hank,] J. Y. Gooch & Company, W. H. Wood, [Milner,] Lacy & Barnett, Toch Brothers, James F. Minor, W. T. Martin Hardware Company, The Corbin Company, Salem Brick Company and R. L. Alexander Co. Topics included are the death of School Board member Dr. Watson; new school for "colored" children; hedging and plantings at Midway School; complaints about Lacy & Barnett; dissatisfaction with the plastering; payments; insurance; and minutes of the School Board.

    • Box-folder 11:6
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow 1925 Jan-April
      112 items

      Correspondents mentioned are United States Gypsum Company, Gooch-Williams & Company, Lacy & Barnett, Eugene Bradbury, H. A. Yancey, [Mitchell,] Flavin & Watson Co., Inc., G. M. Pierce, A. C. Dyer & Company, Hall & Mitchell, R. L. Alexander, Co., Raymond V. Long, and The H. B. Smith Co., Topics included the mounting frustration of Johnson, and further attempts of Calrow to reassure him about the complaints (serious cracking in the plaster; drinking problem of Mr. Barnett, who had to be fired. Calrow wrote, "Barnett has been drinking so much that he hardly knows what he has been doing for two months.") Other topics include payment for drawings of changes to Jefferson School and grading of the Venable Athletic Field.

    • Box-folder 12:1
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow 1925 May-December
      32 items

      Correspondents mentioned are Dr. Edwin Alderman, Gooch-Williams & Company, Hall & Mitchell, Raymond Long, and Mottley Construction Company. Topics include a comment by Dr. Alderman that Venable was "the handsomest one in or about Charlottesville;" exhaustion of Johnson; alterations of the "Negro School;" payments; unsatisfactory night watchman; poor stone work, plastering, and leaks at Venable.

    • Oversize
      Oversize sketches by Charles J. Calrow showing discrepancies in playfield measurements. 1925 August 14
      1 letter and 2 sketches
    • Box-folder 12:2
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow 1926
      17 items

      Correspondents included are Gooch-Williams & Company, W. L. Lacy, and Glauber Brass Mf'g. Co. Topics mentioned are land purchased for additions to Jefferson School, and warrants for final payments. There is also a blue print sketch of the proposed sewer at Venable.

    • Oversize
      Oversize Architectural drawings by Calrow including fire escape stairs at Primary School Building [Midway] and other drawings of "Midway" n. d.
      14 items
    • Box-folder 12:3
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow 1927-1928
      38 items

      Correspondents mentioned are Lee H. Williamson, Allan J. Saville, C. P. Walston, L. F. Shelburne, J. H. Saunders, Henry G. Ellis, H. A. Hunt, H. C. Bowton, W. H. Kester, G.L. H. Johnson, Roy C. Bowers, T. J. Collins & Son, C. H. Hinnant, Stanislaw J. Makielski, E. W. Spence, L. O. Freeman, Jr., and Wyatt C. Wood. Topics include estimates for a new high school building [Lane;] School Board minutes, sewer survey; zoning contract; questionnaires answered from Virginia School Superintendents about their school buildings; architects interested in bids; and inspection of Midway School.

    • Box-folder 12:3a
      Included with correspondence are articles by Dr. Johnson about school projects 1927
      50 items
    • Box-folder 12:4
      Correspondence James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow and plans for George Rogers Clark School 1929
      109 items

      Correspondents included are Raymond V. Long, L.O. Freeman, Jr., W. J. and Lillie F. Harvey, B. G. and Kathleen Payne, Lloyd M and Annie L. Haggard, C. E. and Janie W. Crawford, D. W. and Willie M. Godwin, B. S. and Bettie J. Young, C. G. and Nannie Blake Jones, Major John Graves, J. A. Zurn Mfg. Co.; Old Virginia Brick; A. Y. McDonald Mfg. Co.; E. T. Mankin, Incorporated; Fulton Brick Works; U. S. Radiator Corporation; National Radiator Corporation; Covington Brick Company; Staunton Brick Company; Glasgow Brick Company; Salem Brick Company; and Locher & Co., Inc.. Topics include land purchases; inspection of Midway School; estimate on the cost of a new high school building; an extension of Market Street from Second Street Northwest to connect into Preston Avenue at the foot of Beck's Hill and right of way through McGuffey; bond issue for a new elementary school [George Rogers Clark;] blue prints and plans for Clark School; references for contractors; and minutes of the School Board regarding Clark School.

    • Box-folder 12:5
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow and construction of George Rogers Clark School 1930 January-February
      105 items

      Correspondents included are mostly bidders for constructing the new school, H. M. Wilson, The Wilson Company; Charlottesville Lumber Company; Doyle & Russell; J. F. Barbour & Sons; J. C. Curtis; Davis Brothers; Failes-Burrage Construction Company; James Fox & Sons; W. T. Gregory; Frank E. Hartman Company; Harrisonburg Building and Supply Company; J. R. Jones & Conquest; Harwood Construction Company; Miller Engineering Corporation; North-Eastern Construction Company; J. T. Nuckols; Wise Granite & Construction Company; Alberene Stone Company, W. P. Thurston, The Thurston Company, Inc., Miller Engineering Corporation, P. E. W. Goodwin, J. W. Atkinson, Fuqua Construction Company, and Claiborne & Taylor Construction. Also included are Raymond V. Long, The Builders Exchange of Richmond, E. T. Mankin, Inc., Virginia Building Material, Co., Inc., Old Virginia Brick Company, J. A. Zurn Mfg. Co., A. Y. McDonald Mgr. Co., and United States Radiator Corporation. Topics include specifications and prints for Clark; and interest in the bidding process.

    • Box-folder 12:6
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow 1930 March
      130 items

      Correspondents mentioned are the W.P. Thurston Company, The Wilson Company, and the Harrisonburg Building and Supply Company. Topics include the award of the contract to The Wilson Company; concerns by contractors about the bidding process; minutes from a School Board meeting regarding the bids; bids of all the contractors and a contract agreement with The Wilson Company; references for the bidding contractors and subcontractors, and a list of supplies that the Wilson Company would need to begin their work.

    • Box-folder 12:7
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow about the construction of George Rogers Clark School 1930 April-May
      62 items

      Correspondents mentioned are The Wilson Company, Virginia Alberene Corporation, Economy Concrete Company, D. A. Ebinger, Sanitary MFG. Co., Mirabella & Sons, Standard Iron Works, and the Virginia Steel Company. Topics include schedules, costs of supplies and labor; plans and details of the construction of windows, stairs and stonework; and a requisition for payment to the Wilson Company. There is one sketch of a floor plan in the coal room.

    • Box-folder 13:1
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Charles J. Calrow 1930 June-December
      112 items

      Correspondents mentioned are W. F. Carter, Jr., The Young Men's Business Club, The Wilson Company, W. Allan Perkins, the Charlottesville Hardware Company, W. T. Martin Hardware Company, Sensibaugh-Ritchie Electric Company, Yale & Towne Mgf. Co., The Century Brass Works, S. Mirabella & Sons, Failes & Burrage, Shelby Spring Hinge Co., The Barrett Company, National Gypsum Company, Thomas Moulding Floor Company, W. L. Lacy, and Metrolite Manufacturing Co. Topics include receipts, requisitions; a report that alleged that out of town sub-contractors were always selected over local businesses; and a blue print for the Market Street expansion. Johnson and Calrow also discussed work that was being done on Dr. Johnson's house.

    • Box-folder 13:2
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and architect Charles J. Calrow 1931 January-March
      50 items

      Correspondents include W. L. Lacy, The Wilson Company, S. Mirabella & Sons, Failes-Burrage Construction Company, Thomas Moulding Floor Company, J. A. Burgess, and C. E. Chisholm. Topics include near completion of Clark School; the beauty of Venable School; receipts and a claim against the School Board and the Mirabella & Sons for payment due to the Failes-Burrage Construction Company.

    • Box-folder 13:3
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and architect Charles J. Calrow 1931 April-June
      50 items

      Correspondents include W. L. Lacy, The Wilson Company, Charlottesville Hardware Company, Jarman's Inc., Virginia School Supply Company, E. C. Barnett, W. L. Lacy, Wallace Johnson, C. J. Davis, W. R. Smith, and Brown & Taylor. Topics include plumbing work at McGuffey School; inspection of Clark School; settlement from Failes-Burrage; minutes of a special meeting about concerns related to the bidding process for construction of Clark School; receipts and itemized annual statements from Calrow.

    • Oversize
      Oversize sketches of Lanterns
      2 items
    • Box-folder 13:4
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson about facilities management issues 1932
      37 items

      Correspondents mentioned are J. A. Burgess, Failes-Burrage Construction Company, Barnes Lumber Corporation, J. L. Dettor & Son, Charlottesville Lumber Company, and W. L. Lacy, Hugh L. Sulfridge, E. V. Walker, Fred L. Watson, and board members, Robert A. Watson, John P. Sneed, Mrs. Charles A. Lambert, Mrs. Charles A. Graves, B. Lee Hawkins, F. B. Peyton, Miss Gertrude C. Mann, A. G. A. Balz and M. Kaufman. Topics included are budget; salaries; School Board minutes; repairs, cleaning and painting for Midway, Venable, McGuffey, and Jefferson School Buildings. Of note is that a "white" teacher earned twenty thousand dollars while a "colored" teacher earned four thousand dollars.

    • Box-folder 13:5
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson about facilities management issues 1937
      13 items

      Correspondents included are W. L. Lacy, W. M. Bailey, E. C. Barnett, Hanckel-Citizens Insurance Corporation, H. B. Smith Company, Greaver and Roberts Repair Shop, and the Charlottesville Supply Company. Topics include bids for plumbing work at Midway and the contract awarded to W. L. Lacy.

    • Box-folder 13:6
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson about construction for Lane High School 1939
      32 items

      Correspondents included are Pendleton S. Clark, W. L. Lacy, E. H. Sheldon and Company, Ezekiel Weilman Company, American Seating Company, Southern Desk Company, and Ritchie Electric Company. Topics mentioned are contractors; furniture and equipment contracts and specifications with the Federal Works Agency; minutes of the School Board; bidding instructions; cost estimates; and bids. (needs flattening)

    • Oversize
      Oversize drawings of Lane High School by Pendleton S. Clark and land grant and sketch of plat from the City of Charlottesville to the Charlottesville School Board for playground 1944
      12 items
    • Box-folder 13:7
      Correspondence Superintendent James G. Johnson and Pendleton S. Clark about the construction of Lane 1940 January-May
      45 items

      Correspondents included are Pendleton S. Clark, Ezekiel & Weilman Company, Inc; James I. Barnes Construction Company; American Seating Company; Berger Manufacturing Division; E. H. Sheldon & Company; Baughman Stationery Company; Knoxville Scenic Studios; Flowers School Equipment Company; and The Southern Desk Company. Topics mentioned are blue prints for the kitchen and library and other construction for Lane High School.

    • Oversize
      Oversize notebook (E. C. Sheldon) with sketches of kitchen equipment by Pendleton S. Clark
  • B. Specifications and contract documents
    • Box-folder 14:1
      Facilities Management Contract Documents Dr. Johnson & Pendleton S. Clark for Lane High School 1939 February
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 14:2
      Facilities Management Contract Documents Dr. Johnson & Pendleton S. Clark for Lane High School 1939
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 14:3
      3 Facilities Management Contract Documents and catalogs for Lane High School 1939 August
      1 notebook and 2 catalogs
    • Box-folder 14:4
      Facilities Management Contract Documents and catalogs for Lane High School 1939 August
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 14:5
      Facilities Management Contract Documents with American Seating Company (Lane High School) 1940 January-April
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 14:6
      Facilities Management Contract Documents for equipment with American Seating Company (Lane High School) 1940
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 14:7
      Facilities Management Contract Documents with Knoxville Scenic Studios (auditorium and stage equipment for Lane) 1940 January-April
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 15:1
      Facilities Management Contract Documents with Ritchie Electric Company (for Lane) 1940 January
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 15:2
      Facilities Management Court Case School Board payment 1915
      1 item

      There are handwritten notes about the court's decision that the School Board did not have to make payment to William Hodges.

    • Box-folder 15:3
      Facilities Management payments to the Wilson Company 1930-1931
      13 items

      Certificates for payment

    • Box-folder 15:4
      Facilities Management specifications for equipment (Lane High School) 1939-1940
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 15:5
      Facilities Management specifications contracts for equipment (Lane High School) 1940
      2 notebooks
    • Box-folder 15:6
      Facilities Management specifications contracts with Flowers School Equipment Company and Knoxville Scenic Studios (Lane High School) 1940
      2 notebooks
    • Box-folder 15:7
      Facilities Management Specifications for Equipment for Flowers School Equipment Company 1940
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 15:8
      Facilities Management Supplies 1922-1923
      38 items

      Correspondents include W. T. Martin Hardware, The Hall's Safe Company, M. C. Thomas Furniture Company, National Seating Company, Progressive Teacher, Steel Furniture Company, Virginia Penitentiary Industrial Department, The Elastic Tip company, and The Peabody School Furniture Company. There are estimates and brochures for desks and other school supplies (for Venable School).

    • Box-folder 15:9
      Facilities Management Supplies 1924-1925
      121 items

      Correspondents included are Virginia School Supply Company, Virginia Penitentiary Industrial Department, Southern School Supply Company, General Seating Company, The Theodor Kundtz Company, E. H. Sheldon & Company, West Virginia Seating Company, ACME Chair Company, Keystone View Company, A. H. Andrews Company, Great Northern Chair Company. There is also information and samples from other suppliers such as Cunningham Springless Shade Company, A. Flanagan Company, Jarman Book Company, E. W. A. Rowles Company, Practical Drawing Company, Beckley-Cardy Company School Furnishers, A. J. Nystrom & Company, King Lumber Company, and Funk & Wagnalls Company. There is information about ordering and receiving desks and other school supplies for Venable and Midway schools.

    • Box-folder 16:1
      Facilities Management Supplies 1926-1926
      45 items

      Correspondents E. H. Sheldon, R. L. Thomas Company, Inc.,The Johnson Service Company, Virginia School Supply Company, The Theodor Kundtz Company, Virginia Penitentiary Industrial Department, Spencer Lens Company, Cary Manufacturing Company, ACME Chair Company, American Seating Company, National School Equipment, Great Northern Chair Company, and The A. H. Andrews Company. There are orders, catalogs, and quotations for school supplies including a lavatory, and an electric heat pump for McGuffey School.

    • Box-folder 16:2
      Facilities Management Supplies (coal, blackboards, safes etc…) 1934-1935
      42 items

      The Harding Supply Co., The Thrift Coal Company, Valentine and Hull, Wood, Vest & Company, Burnley Brothers, Margarette Coal Company, Frances Coal Company, Divisional Code Authority, J. J. Porter Coal Company, Draper Sight-Saving Window Shades, and Sargent & Greenleaf, Inc. Hall's Safe Co.

    • Box-folder 16:3
      Facilities Management notes on construction projects n. d.
      15 items
Series V Financial
  • Box-folder 16:4
    Financial Applications for books 1897-1898
    3 groups of applications
  • Box-folder 16:5
    Financial Application for books 1898 need flattening
    100 applications
  • Box-folder 16:6
    Financial Applications for books 1900 need flattening
    100 items
  • Box-folder 16:7
    Financial Bank books and miscellaneous 1915-1933; n. d.
    30 items

    There is information about the Perry Foundation for grants and an income tax form.

  • Box-folder 17:1
    Financial bank deposits 1959 June-December
    11 items
  • Box-folder 17:2
    Financial bank statements 1960 January-June
    12 items
  • Box-folder 17:3
    Financial bank statements 1961 June-November
    9 items
  • Box-folder 17:4
    Financial bank statements 1961 November-1962 May
    12 items
  • Box-folder 17:5
    Financial bank statements 1962 June-December
    6 items
  • Box-folder 18:1
    Financial bank statements Deposit slips 1962 September-December
    4 items
  • Box-folder 18:2
    Financial bank statements 1963 January-July
    13 items
  • Box-folder 18:3
    Financial bank statements 1965 June-December
    5 items
  • Box-folder 18:4
    Financial bank statements 1966 January-June
    6 items
  • Box-folder 18:5
    Financial bank statements 1967 June-January
    8 items
  • Box-folder 18:6
    Financial bank statements 1968 January-December
    11 items
  • Box-folder 18:7
    Financial bank statements 1969
    13 items
  • Box-folder 18:8
    Financial bank Statements 1970 January-December
    12 items
  • Box-folder 19:1
    Financial bank statements 1971 January-June
    6 items
  • Box-folder 19:2
    Financial check stubs 1939-1945
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 19:3
    Financial check stubs 1945-1947
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 19:4
    Financial check stubs 1947-1948 February-October
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 19:5
    Financial check stubs 1948-1950
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 19:6
    Financial check stubs 1950-1951
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 20:1
    Financial check stubs 1951-1953 January-April
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 20:2
    Financial check stubs 1953-1954 May-December
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 20:3
    Financial check stubs 1954-1956 December-November
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 20:4
    Financial check stubs 1956-1959 December-May
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 20:5
    Financial check stubs 1959-1961 May-October
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 20:6
    Financial check stubs 1965-1968
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 21:1
    Financial check stubs 1969-1971 January-December
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 21:2
    Financial check stubs 1971-1972 January-December
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 21:3
    Financial expenditures 1954-1955
    notebook pt 1
  • Box-folder 21:4
    Financial expenditures 1954-1955
    notebook 2
  • Box-folder 21:5
    Financial expenditures 1956-1957
    notebook pt 1
  • Box-folder 21:6
    Financial expenditures 1956-1957
    notebook pt 2
  • Box-folder 21:7
    Financial expenditures 1956-1957
    notebook pt 3
  • Box-folder 21:8
    Financial expenditures 1957-1958
    notebook pt 1
  • Box-folder 22:1
    Financial expenditures 1957-1958
    notebook pt 2
  • Box-folder 22:2
    Financial expenditures 1958-1959
    notebook pt 1
  • Box-folder 22:3
    Financial expenditures 1958-1959
    notebook pt 2
  • Box-folder 22:4
    Financial expenditures 1960-1961
    notebook pt 1
  • Box-folder 22:5
    Financial expenditures 1960-1961
    notebook pt 2
  • Box-folder 22:6
    Financial expenditures 1961-1962
    notebook pt 1
  • Box-folder 22:7
    Financial expenditures 1961-1962
    notebook pt 2
  • Box-folder 22:8
    Financial expenditures 1961-1962
    notebook pt 3
  • Box-folder 23:1
    Financial expenditures 1962-1963
    notebook pt 1
  • Box-folder 23:2
    Financial expenditures 1962-1963
    notebook pt 2
  • Box-folder 23:3
    Financial expenditures 1963-1964
    notebook pt 1
  • Box-folder 23:4
    Financial expenditures 1963-1964
    notebook pt 2
  • Box-folder 23:5
    Financial expenditures 1963-1964
    notebook
  • Box-folder 23:6
    Financial expenditures 1964-1965
    notebook pt 1
  • Box-folder 23:7
    Financial expenditures 1964-1965
    notebook pt 2
  • Box-folder 24:1
    Financial expenditure Ledger 1904-1920
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 24:2
    Financial expenditure loose pages 1904-1920
    13 items
  • Box-folder 25:1
    Financial expenditure ledger 1912-1915
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 25:2
    Financial expenditure ledger 1915 July-1917 November
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 25:3
    Financial expenditure ledger 1917 December-1920 February
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 25:4
    Financial expenditure ledger 1920 March-1922 June
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 25:5
    Financial expenditure ledger 1922 July-1924 June
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 25:6
    Financial expenditure ledger 1924-July-1926 March
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 26:1
    Financial expenditure ledger 1926 April-1927 November
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 26:2
    Financial expenditure ledger 1927 December-1929 November
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 26:3
    Financial expenditure ledger 1929 December- 1931 October
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 26:4
    Financial expenditure ledger 1931 November-1933 June
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 26:5
    Financial expenditure ledger 1933-1935
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 27:1
    Financial expenditure ledger 1935 July-1937 June
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 27:2
    Financial expenditure ledger 1937 July-1939 June
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 27:3
    Financial expenditure ledger 1940 October 31-1946 June
    1 ledger-McGuffey with some pages torn out
  • Box-folder 27:4
    Financial expenditure ledger 1940 October 31-1946 June
    1 ledger-McGuffey
  • Box-folder 27:5
    Financial expenditure ledger 1946 July-1949 May
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 28:1
    Financial expenditure ledger 1946 July-1959 January
    1 ledger-McGuffey
  • Box-folder 28:2
    Financial expenditures ledger 1949-1952
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 28:3
    Financial expenditure ledger 1949 August-1953 June
    1 ledger-McGuffey
  • Box-folder 28:4
    Financial expenditures ledger 1953 July-1963 July
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 28:5
    Financial expenditures ledger 1958 July-1963 June
    1 ledger
  • Box-folder 29:1
    Financial expenditures ledger 1970-1971
    20 ledger pages-McGuffey. Items in this box are in very bad condition.
  • Box-folder 29:2
    Financial expenditures ledger 1972-1973
    20 ledger pages-Buford. Items in this box are in very bad condition.
  • Box-folder 29:3
    Financial expenditures ledger n. d.
    50 ledger pages-Buford. Items in this box are in very bad condition.
  • Box-folder 30:1
    Financial invoices (bills) from vendors for services rendered to the schools 1922-1942
    77 items
  • Box-folder 30:2
    Financial invoices 1924; 1929-1933
    30 items
  • Box-folder 30:3
    Financial invoices 1953 October-1954 July
    94 items
  • Box-folder 30:4
    Financial invoices 1954 August
    51 items
  • Box-folder 30:5
    Financial invoices 1954 September
    54 items
  • Box-folder 30:6
    Financial invoices 1954 October
    96 items
  • Box-folder 30:7
    Financial invoices 1954 November-December
    122 items
  • Box-folder 31:1
    Financial invoices 1955 January
    91 items
  • Box-folder 31:2
    Financial invoices 1955 February
    59 items
  • Box-folder 31:3
    Financial invoices 1955 March
    89 items
  • Box-folder 31:4
    Financial invoices 1955 April
    55 items
  • Box-folder 31:5
    Financial invoices 1955 May
    5 items
  • Box-folder 31:6
    Financial invoices 1955 June
    47 items very dirty
  • Box-folder 31:7
    Financial invoices 1955 July
    60 items very dirty
  • Box-folder 31:8
    Financial invoices 1955 August
    52 items very dirty
  • Box-folder 32:1
    Financial invoices 1955 September
    94 items very dirty
  • Box-folder 32:2
    Financial invoices 1955 October
    75 items
  • Box-folder 32:3
    Financial invoices 1955 November
    84 items
  • Box-folder 32:4
    Financial invoices 1955 December
    70 items
  • Box-folder 32:5
    Financial invoices 1956 January
    56 items
  • Box-folder 32:6
    Financial invoices 1956 February
    63 items
  • Box-folder 32:7
    Financial invoices 1956 March-April
    67 items
  • Box-folder 33:1
    Financial invoices 1956 May
    70 items
  • Box-folder 33:2
    Financial invoices 1956 June-July
    49 items
  • Box-folder 33:3
    Financial invoices 1956 August
    68 items
  • Box-folder 33:4
    Financial invoices 1956 September
    68 items
  • Box-folder 33:5
    Financial invoices 1956 October
    85 items
  • Box-folder 33:6
    Financial invoices 1956 November
    96 items
  • Box-folder 33:7
    Financial invoices 1956 December
    62 items
  • Box-folder 34:1
    Financial invoices 1957 January-February
    123 items
  • Box-folder 34:2
    Financial invoices 1957 March-April
    128 items
  • Box-folder 34:3
    Financial invoices 1957 May-June
    77 items
  • Box-folder 34:4
    Financial invoices 1957 August-September
    30 items
  • Box-folder 34:5
    Financial invoices 1957 October-1958
    71 items
  • Box-folder 35:1
    Financial invoices 1959 January-September
    110 items
  • Box-folder 35:2
    Financial invoices 1959 October-December
    42 items
  • Box-folder 35:3
    Financial invoices 1960 January-April
    48 items
  • Box-folder 35:4
    Financial invoices 1960 May-June
    32 items
  • Box-folder 35:5
    Financial invoices 1961
    46 items
  • Box-folder 35:6
    Financial invoices 1962 January-June
    51 items
  • Box-folder 36:1
    Financial invoices 1962 July-December
    47 items
  • Box-folder 36:2
    Financial invoices 1963 January-June
    74 items
  • Box-folder 36:3
    Financial invoices and purchase orders 1965-1966
    55 items
  • Box-folder 36:4
    Financial invoices and purchase orders 1967
    88 items
  • Box-folder 36:5
    Financial invoices and purchase orders 1968-1969
    111 items
  • Box-folder 36:6
    Financial invoices 1969
    118 items
  • Box-folder 37:1
    Financial invoices Buford Junior High School 1970-1971
    130 items
  • Box-folder 37:2
    Financial invoices and purchase orders Buford Junior High School 1971-1972 July
    68 items
  • Box-folder 37:3
    Financial invoices and purchase orders Buford Junior High School 1972 August-December
    73 items
  • Box-folder 37:4
    Financial invoices and purchase orders Buford Junior High School 1973 January-February
    59 items
  • Box-folder 37:5
    Financial invoices and purchase orders Buford Junior High School 1973 March-June
    78 items
  • Box-folder 37:6
    Financial invoices n. d.
    5 items
  • Box-folder 38:1
    Financial invoices for state programs 1965-1966
    30 items
  • Box-folder 38:2
    Financial invoices for state programs 1966-1967
    21 items
  • Box-folder 38:3
    Financial invoices for state programs 1967-1968
    6 items
  • Box-folder 38:4
    Financial invoices for state programs 1968-1969
    5 items
  • Box-folder 38:5
    Financial invoices for state programs 1969-1979
    51 items
  • Box-folder 38:6
    Financial invoices for Title I 1968
    36 items
  • Box-folder 38:7
    Financial payroll teacher's salaries 1905-1911
    40 items

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 38:8
    Financial payroll teacher's salaries 1909-1913
    1 ledger

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 38:9
    Financial payroll teachers and other 1954 July-October
    12 items

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 39:1
    Financial payroll teachers and other 1954 November-December
    10 items
  • Box-folder 39:2
    Financial payroll teachers and other 1955 January-March
    23 items

    Includes correspondence between teacher, Marion Trevillion and Fendall R. Ellis about tutoring adults and their progress and travel receipts.

  • Box-folder 39:3
    Financial payroll teachers and other 1955 April-July
    1 notebook Needs flattening and cleaning subdivided into 3a.
  • Box-folder 39:4
    Financial payroll teachers and other 1955 August-October
    notebook pt 1 Needs flattening and cleaning
  • Box-folder 40:1
    Financial payroll teachers and other 1955 November-December
    1 notebook pt 2

    Included are invoices for reimbursements of teachers collecting census information. Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 40:2
    Financial Payroll teachers and other 1956 January-March
    1 notebook pt 3

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 40:3
    Financial Payroll teachers and other 1956 April-May
    1 notebook pt 4

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 40:4
    Financial Payroll teachers and other 1956 July-August
    1 notebook pt 5

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 40:5
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1956 September-October
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 40:6
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1956 November-December
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 41:1
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1957 January-June
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 41:2
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1957 July-August
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 41:3
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1957 September-December
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 41:4
    Financial payroll teachers miscellaneous 1957
    4 items

    Included are travel reimbursements and insurance information. Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 41:5
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1958 January-March
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 41:6
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1958 April-June
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers

  • Box-folder 42:1
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1959 July-December
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 42:2
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1960 January-April
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 42:3
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1960 May-December
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 42:4
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1961 January-May
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 42:5
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1961 June-September
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 42:6
    Financial payroll teachers Quarterly Report of Wages Paid 1959-1961
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 43:1
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1963 May-September
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 43:2
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1963 October-December
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 43:3
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1964 January-March
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 43:4
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1964 April-August
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 43:5
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1964 September-October
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 44:1
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1964 November-December
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 44:2
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1965 January-February
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 44:3
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1965 March-May
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 44:4
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1965 June
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 44:5
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1965 July-August
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 44:6
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1965 September-October
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 45:1
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1965 November-December
    notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 45:2
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1966 January-March
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 45:3
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1966 April-May
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 45:4
    Financial payroll teachers and others 1966 June-August
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 45:5
    Financial payroll teachers and others n. d.
    1 notebook

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 45:6
    Financial payroll teachers and others n. d.
    1 notebook

    Employee coding tickets with social security numbers. Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 45:7
    Financial payroll teachers and others n. d.
    1 notebook

    Employee coding tickets with social security numbers. Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Oversize
    Oversize Financial payroll teachers and others n. d.; [1964-1966]
    100 items

    Restricted due to social security numbers.

  • Box-folder 46:1
    Financial receipts 1934-1939
    1 notebook

    These are standardized receipts for school payments.

  • Box-folder 46:2
    Financial receipts 1954 July-August
    1 notebook pt 1
  • Box-folder 46:3
    Financial receipts 1954 September-October
    1 notebook pt 2
  • Box-folder 46:4
    Financial receipts 1954 November-December
    1 notebook pt 3
  • Box-folder 46:5
    Financial receipts 1954-1955 December-January
    1 notebook pt 4
  • Box-folder 46:6
    Financial receipts 1955 January-March
    1 notebook pt 5
  • Box-folder 47:1
    Financial receipts 1955 March-May
    1 notebook pt 6
  • Box-folder 47:2
    Financial receipts 1955 May-June
    1 notebook pt 7
  • Box-folder 47:3
    Financial receipts 1956 July-September
    1 notebook pt 1
  • Box-folder 47:4
    Financial receipts 1956 October-November
    1 notebook pt 2
  • Box-folder 47:5
    Financial receipts 1956 December
    1 notebook pt 3
  • Box-folder 48:1
    Financial receipts 1957 January-February
    1 notebook pt 4
  • Box-folder 48:2
    Financial receipts 1957 February-April
    1 notebook pt 5
  • Box-folder 48:3
    Financial receipts 1957 April-June
    1 notebook pt 6
  • Box-folder 48:4
    Financial receipts 1957-1958
    1 notebook pt 1
  • Box-folder 48:5
    Financial receipts 1957 July-August
    1 notebook pt 2
  • Box-folder 48:6
    Financial receipts 1957 September-November
    1 notebook pt 3
  • Box-folder 48:7
    Financial receipts 1957-1958 November-January
    1 notebook pt 4
  • Box-folder 49:1
    Financial receipts 1958 January-March
    1 notebook pt 5
  • Box-folder 49:2
    Financial receipts 1958 March-May
    1 notebook pt 6
  • Box-folder 49:3
    Financial receipts 1958 May-June
    1 notebook pt 7
  • Box-folder 49:4
    Financial receipts 1959 July-August
    1 notebook pt. 1
  • Box-folder 49:5
    Financial receipts 1959 September-October
    1 notebook pt. 2
  • Box-folder 49:6
    Financial receipts 1959 November-December
    1 notebook pt. 3
  • Box-folder 50:1
    Financial receipts 1960 January-February
    1 notebook pt. 4
  • Box-folder 50:2
    Financial receipts 1960 March-April
    notebook pt. 5
  • Box-folder 50:3
    Financial receipts 1960 May
    1 notebook pt. 6
  • Box-folder 50:4
    Financial receipts 1960 June
    1 notebook pt. 7
  • Box-folder 50:5
    Financial receipts social security security fund 1959-1960
    1 notebook pt. 8
  • Box-folder 50:6
    Financial receipts social security security fund 1960 July-September
    1 notebook pt. 1
  • Box-folder 51:1
    Financial receipts social security security fund 1960 October-November
    1 notebook pt. 2
  • Box-folder 51:2
    Financial receipts social security security fund 1960 December-1961 January
    1 notebook pt. 3
  • Box-folder 51:3
    Financial receipts social security security fund 1961 February-March
    1 notebook pt. 4
  • Box-folder 51:4
    Financial receipts social security security fund 1961 April
    1 notebook pt. 5
  • Box-folder 51:5
    Financial receipts social security security fund 1961 May-June
    1 notebook pt. 6
  • Box-folder 51:6
    Financial receipts social security security fund 1960-1961
    1 notebook pt. 7
  • Box-folder 52:1
    Financial receipts 1961 July
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 52:2
    Financial receipts 1961 July-August
    1 notebook pt.1 of 7
  • Box-folder 52:3
    Financial receipts 1961 September-October
    1 notebook pt.2 of 7
  • Box-folder 52:4
    Financial receipts 1961 November-December
    1 notebook pt.3 of 7
  • Box-folder 52:5
    Financial receipts social security fund 1961-1962
    1 notebook pt.4 of 7
  • Box-folder 52:6
    Financial receipts 1962 January-February
    1 notebook pt.5 of 7
  • Box-folder 52:7
    Financial receipts 1962 March-May
    1 notebook pt.6 of 7
  • Box-folder 53:1
    Financial receipts 1962 June
    1 notebook pt.7 of 7

    includes reimbursements for principals

  • Box-folder 53:2
    Financial receipts 1962-1963
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 53:3
    Financial receipts (social security funds) 1962 July-September
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 53:4
    Financial receipts (social security funds) 1962 September-October
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 53:5
    Financial receipts (social security funds) 1962 October-December
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 53:6
    Financial receipts (social security funds) 1963 April-May
    1 notebook pt. 1
  • Box-folder 54:1
    Financial receipts (social security funds) 1963 February-March
    1 notebook pt. 2
  • Box-folder 54:2
    Financial receipts (social security funds) 1963 February-March
    1 notebook pt. 3
  • Box-folder 54:3
    Financial receipts (social security funds) 1963 February-December
    1 notebook pt. 4
  • Box-folder 54:4
    Financial receipts 1963 July-August
    1 notebook pt.1 of 7
  • Box-folder 54:5
    Financial receipts 1963 September-October
    1 notebook pt.2 of 7
  • Box-folder 54:6
    Financial receipts 1963 November-December
    1 notebook pt.3 of 7
  • Box-folder 55:1
    Financial receipts 1964 January-February
    1 notebook pt.4 of 7
  • Box-folder 55:2
    Financial receipts 1964 March-April
    1 notebook pt.5 of 7
  • Box-folder 55:3
    Financial receipts 1964 May-June
    1 notebook pt.6 of 7
  • Box-folder 55:4
    Financial receipts social security funds 1963 July-October
    1 notebook pt.7 of 7
  • Box-folder 55:5
    Financial receipts 1964
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 55:6
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1967 August
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 55:7
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1967-1968 September-April
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 55:8
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1968-1969
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 56:1
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1969-1970 August-February
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 56:2
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1970 February-June
    1 notebook loose pages
  • Box-folder 56:3
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1970 May-December
    12 small notebooks
  • Box-folder 56:4
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1970 September-December
    16 small notebooks
  • Box-folder 56:5
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1970 September-December
    25 small notebooks
  • Box-folder 56:6
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1970 September-December
    14 small notebooks
  • Box-folder 57:1
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1970 September-December
    13 small notebooks
  • Box-folder 57:2
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1970 -1971
    1 notebook and 12 small notebooks
  • Box-folder 57:3
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1970-1971
    9 small notebooks
  • Box-folder 57:4
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1971 January-June
    20 small notebooks
  • Box-folder 57:5
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1971 September-December
    9 small notebooks
  • Box-folder 57:6
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1971-1972
    3 small notebooks
  • Box-folder 58:1
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1970-1972
    50 loose receipts
  • Box-folder 58:2
    Financial receipts Activity Fund 1970-1972
    70 loose receipts
  • Box-folder 59:1
    Financial receipts for Construction Funds and School Improvement Funds for the Local, State, Venable School, and Joint Negro High Schools. 1950
    1 notebook pt. 1
  • Box-folder 59:2
    Financial receipts for Construction Funds and School Improvement Funds for the Local, State, Venable School, and Joint Negro High Schools. 1951-1954
    1 notebook pt. 2
  • Box-folder 59:3
    Financial receipts School Construction Fund 1954-1956
    1 notebook pt. 1
  • Box-folder 59:4
    Financial receipts School Improvement fund, Joint Negro High School 1954-1958
    1 notebook pt. 2
  • Box-folder 59:5
    Financial receipts School Building Fund 1958-1962
    1 notebook pt. 3
  • Box-folder 60:1
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1960 September
    1 notebook pt 1
  • Box-folder 60:2
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1960 October
    1 notebook pt 2
  • Box-folder 60:3
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1960 November-December
    1 notebook pt 3
  • Box-folder 60:4
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1961 February
    1 notebook pt. 1 of 3
  • Box-folder 60:5
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1961 February
    1 notebook pt. 2 of 3
  • Box-folder 61:1
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1961 February & May
    1 notebook pt. 3 of 3
  • Box-folder 61:2
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1962 February
    1 notebook pt. 1 of 3
  • Box-folder 61:3
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1962 February
    1 notebook pt. 2 of 3
  • Box-folder 61:4
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1962 February & April
    1 notebook pt. 3 of 3
  • Box-folder 61:5
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1962 September-October
    1 notebook pt. 1 of 3
  • Box-folder 61:6
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1962 October
    1 notebook pt. 2 of 3
  • Box-folder 62:1
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1962 November-December
    1 notebook pt. 3 of 3
  • Box-folder 62:2
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1963 February 14
    1 notebook pt. 1 of 3
  • Box-folder 62:3
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1963 February 14
    1 notebook pt. 2 of 3
  • Box-folder 62:4
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1963 February 14
    1 notebook pt. 3 of 3
  • Box-folder 62:5
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1963 September-October
    1 notebook pt. 1 of 3
  • Box-folder 63:1
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1963 October-November
    1 notebook pt. 2 of 3
  • Box-folder 63:2
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1963 November-December
    1 notebook pt .3 of 3
  • Box-folder 63:3
    Financial receipts Pupil Scholarship Fund 1963 August
    1 item
  • Box-folder 63:4
    Financial reconciliation of school accounts n. d.
    24 items very dirty
  • Box-folder 63:5
    Financial reimbursements for travel 1963
    17 items
  • Box-folder 63:6
    Financial reports and audits 1932-1936
    5 items
  • Box-folder 63:7
    Financial reports and audits 1937-1944
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 63:8
    Financial reports and audits 1941-1947
    14 items (remove fasteners)
  • Box-folder 63:9
    Financial reports and audits R. G. Hantzmona & Co .[1948-1962]
    14 items
  • Box-folder 63:10
    Financial reports Buford cash receipts 1967 June
    1 item
  • Box-folder 64:1
    Financial Treasurer Monthly Reports 1955-1956 July-June
    1 notebook (needs flattening)
  • Box-folder 64:2
    Financial Treasurer Monthly Reports 1959-1960
    1 notebook
  • Box-folder 64:3
    Financial Monthly Report of City Treasurer to School Board 1961 July-1962 December
    1 notebook pt 1
  • Box-folder 64:4
    Financial Monthly Report of City Treasurer to School Board 1963 January-June
    1 notebook pt 2
  • Box-folder 64:5
    Financial statements and warrants 1909-1911
    48 items
  • Box-folder 64:6
    Financial statements and warrants 1910-1915
    25 items
Series VI: Minutes of the School Board

Other minutes are included with the correspondence because they relate directly to various subjects in the correspondence.)

  • Box-folder 65:1
    Minutes of the Charlottesville School Board 1879
    1 item

    Photocopy from an article in the Jeffersonian Republican printing the minutes of the School Board regarding corporal punishment and teaching methods for arithmetic, grammar and other subjects.

  • Box-folder 65:2
    Minutes of the Charlottesville School Board 1896-1898
    1 item

    Bound ledger of handwritten minutes from the School Board

  • Box-folder 65:3
    Minutes of the Charlottesville School Board 1896-1898
    43 loose pages from the bound ledger
  • Box-folder 65:4
    Minutes of the Charlottesville School Board 1904-1905
    8 items
Series VII: Newspapers
  • Box-folder 66:1
    News clippings about school issues 1913-1915; 1933
    36 items

    News clippings from The Daily Progress including articles by Superintendent James G. Johnson about the overcrowding at Midway School and plans for a new elementary school (McGuffey School).

  • Box-folder 66:2
    News clipping about proposed school budget 1929 August 7; 1933
    2 items

    There is an invitation to the public to hear the proposed school budget for the 1929-1930 school sessions and an article about Dr. James G. Johnson and the Parent Teacher Association. (The Daily Progress)

  • Box-folder 66:3
    News clippings (Daily Progress) about school related issues 1920; 1940; 1941; 1945; 1963-1967
    24 items

    Main topics include construction; student School Board; discipline; new schools and additional space; sex education; and merging of city and county resources. Articles also mention salaries of superintendents; hiring "Negro" teachers; and kindergarten programs.

  • Box-folder 66:4
    News clippings (Daily Progress) about school related issues 1968-1971
    28 items

    In addition to the main topics there are also clippings about interns; busing; library video and television studio; and overcrowding.

  • Box-folder 66:5
    News clippings (Daily Progress) about school related issues 1972-1974
    70 items

    Included with the main school topics, are articles about corporal punishment; busing; special education; naming and a move to Charlottesville High School; redistricting plans for Yancey School; exchange programs with Tandem, and Montessori schools.

  • Box-folder 66:6
    News clippings(The Daily Progress) about school related issues 1975-1981; 1983
    84 items

    Topics include budget cuts; moment of silence; retirement of the Reverend Henry B. Mitchell; election of Mayor Charles L. Barbour; racial discrimination (suspension of three "black" girls) and lawsuit; racial balance and socioeconomic tensions; competency plans; and a new gymnasium at Charlottesville High School.

  • Box-folder 66:7
    News clippings (The Daily Progress) Mayors 1967-1978
    12 items

    Mayor G. A. Vogt encouraged communication from the community; Mayor Burkett A. Rennolds, City Councilmen Bernard J. Haggerty and Lindsay B. Mount declined re-election; Mayor Mitchell Van Yahres urged constituents to voice any concerns; Mayor Charles L. Barbour charged that there were secret meetings; selection of Mayor Nancy K. O'Brien, and Laurence A. Brunton.

  • Box-folder 66:8
    News clippings (The Daily Progress) about Superintendent William J. Ellena 1973-1975
    39 items

    Also includes editorials written by Superintendent Ellena.

  • Box-folder 66:9
    Virginius Dabney article "The Real Reasons For Cheating" 1963 May 26
    1 item
  • Box-folder 66:10
    Jack Harrison Pollack article "Should we separate smart and average kids?" and other articles. 1965- 1980
    8 items

    Articles from Science and Technology; Time, Nation's Business, Parade, Phi Delta Kappan on teaching and the condition of the education system

Series VIII: Miscellaneous: Schools, Principals, and Teachers
  • Box-folder 66:11
    Personnel Policies [1920-1930;] 1966
    60 items

    There are a list of retirements, resignations, and appointments; and minutes. There is also a list of teachers at Buford Junior High School and a news clipping about teachers being hired.

  • Box-folder 66:12
    Principal Carrie Burnley 1931; 1942; 1954
    25 items

    There are photographs and an obituary of School Principal, Carrie Burnley. There are also memos and personal writings about the proper methods for teachers, and lesson plans by Miss Burnley.

  • Box-folder 66:13
    Programs Head Start 1964-1965
    13 items

    Charter and job descriptions for the Head Start Program

  • Box-folder 66:14
    Schools 1973-1974
    7 items

    There are descriptions of Burnley-Moran, Clark, Greenbrier, Johnson, Jackson-Via, and Venable elementary schools regarding census, demographics and socioeconomic status of school neighborhoods. There is also a list of the School Board members and the principals of all the city schools.

  • Box-folder 66:15
    Schools Jackson P. Burley Junior High School 1940-1945
    3 items

    School Board minutes and planning for more space for "Negro" schools

  • Box-folder 66:16
    Schools Charlotttesville High School 1991
    1 item

    Audit report on the quality of Charlottesville High School

  • Box-folder 66:17
    Schools Jefferson High School 1924; 1945; 1958; 1963; 2001
    21 items

    There is a deed transferring the Jefferson School property to the City (January 23, 2002) as the "Carver Recreation Center;" a title search and a copy of the original deed of the Jefferson School Property (January 27, 1894 ;) and a history of Jefferson School for approval as a historic site. Included is a report about a conflict between the principal and teachers of Jefferson School.(1945)

  • Box-folder 66:18
    Schools Lane High School 1963; 1976-1978
    13 items

    There is information about the sale of Lane High School to Albemarle County for office space including the deed of sale. There is also a student's request for grades and news clippings about the sale. There are also clippings from 1963 about the overcrowding at Lane.

  • Box-folder 66:19
    Schools McGuffey Elementary School 1912-1943
    40 items

    School song; information and news clippings about William Holmes McGuffey and the "McGuffey Readers;" letter from Carrie C. Burnley to Mr. Henry Ford; letter from Dr. McGuffey's granddaughter; list of faculty at McGuffey; student certificates; and a description of the parade from Midway to the opening of McGuffey School.

  • Box-folder 66:20
    Schools Midway School 1905-1915
    2 items

    There is an essay on crowded conditions (with a list of teachers and enrollment figures) at Midway and the development of the library.

  • Box-folder 66:21
    Schools songs and poems n. d.
    12 items

    There are miscellaneous songs and poems

  • Box-folder 66:22
    Students 1919; 1941; n. d.
    1 item

    There is a paper on the founding fathers and their independence by a student. There is correspondence from students in Brussels, France. There is also an explanation for why a student received a zero on his examination.

  • Box-folder 66:23
    Teacher: Hunter Haswell Walker 1979; 1992
    4 items

    There are funeral programs and a news clipping about Walker's fifty years as a math teacher.

  • Box-folder 67:1
    Teacher Lesson Plans Grammar and High School 1904-1905
    1 bound ledger
  • Box-folder 67:2
    Teacher lesson plans and invitations 1917-1940; n. d.
    69 items

    There are spelling lists, stories; lists of poems and values; calendars; illustrations of the University and Monticello; and history lessons. There is also a list of schools and teachers.

  • Oversize
    Oversize: Colored illustrations from the Ladies Home Journal of Soldiers from World War I [1919
    2 items

    The illustrations are from paintings by Gayle Porter Hoskins and Frank E. Schoonover.

  • Oversize
    Oversize: Black and white illustrations from Illustrated Current News1897
    2 items

    "Sight Spans Space Over Wire by Television" and "Getting Set for South Africa's Greatest Diamond Rush"

  • Oversize
    Oversize: Schedule of classes 1915
    1 item
  • Box-folder 67:3
    Teacher Lesson Plans Geography n. d.
    1 item

    There is a typescript copy of " Guyot's Geographical Primer."

  • Box-folder 67:4
    Teachers salaries 1916; 1942-1943
    22 items

    There are letters and miscellaneous reports about salaries, summer school and tuition grants.

  • Box-folder 67:5
    Teacher Science Department 1963-1965
    11 items
  • Box-folder 67:6
    Teacher war bonds 1942
    40 items

    List of teachers and amounts deducted from salaries to pay for war bonds.

Series IX Photographs
      • Box-folder 67:7
        Photographs Charlottesville School Board n. d.
        74 items

        Included are photographs of the Reverend Henry B. Mitchell; [ ] Eberhardt; Grace Tinsley; J. A. "Buddy" Kessler; Elizabeth Bowers; Dale Metcalf; Richard Jennings; William J. Ellena; Charles Webb; Thomas McClernon; Guidance Services; Marvin Sutphin; Lane High School Band; Board meetings; Charlottesville High School; Venable Elementary School; Burnley-Moran Elementary School; Greenbrier Elementary School; Jackson-Via Elementary School; Johnson Elementary School; Buford Middle School; and Walker Middle School.

      • Box-folder 67:8
        Photographs Charlottesville School Board n. d.
        5 items

        James Harry Michael, Jr., Booker T. Reaves, J. A. Kessler, Jr, Grover W. Forloines, Hovey S. Dabney, Marvin C. Sutphin, Thomas J. Michie, Jr., and Betty B. Glass.

      • Box-folder 67:9
        Photographs McGuffey Music Festival n. d.
        34 items
      • Box-folder 67:10
        Photograph construction of McGuffey Primary School 1916 March 22
        1 item
      • Box-folder 67:11
        Photograph of McGuffey Primary School by Holsinger n. d.
        1 item
      • Box-folder 67:12
        Photograph 1847 A. R. McKee portrait (and one unidentified) n. d.
        1 item
      • Box-folder 67:13
        Photograph Midway School 1932 February
        1 item
      • Box-folder 67:14
        Photograph construction of Venable Primary School [1924]
        1 item
      • Box-folder 67:15
        Photographs of unidentified children playing n. d.
        1 item
      • Box-folder 67:16
        Photographs of unidentified children in classrooms n. d.
        4 items
      • Box-folder 67:17
        Photographs of Preston Avenue and Harris Road Neighborhood 1938
        7 items
      • Box-folder 67:18
        Photograph of an unidentified group n. d.
        1 item
      • Box-folder 67:19
        Photographs and negatives of schools n. d.
        50 items
      • Oversize
        Oversize Photograph unidentified [site for McGuffey School] n. d.
        1 item
      • Oversize
        Oversize Photograph of McGuffey School n. d.
        1 item
Series X Deeds, Reports and Records
  • A. Deeds
    • Box-folder 68:1
      Deed of Gift Freedmen's Bureau 1869
      1 item

      There is a deed in which the Freedmen's Bureau, [The Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands], transferred the Delevan building. There is also an interpretation of the intended use of Delevan as a school (1893)

    • Box-folder 68:2
      Deed of Purchase between Charlottesville School Township and City Commissioner for a parcel of land 1871 October 14
      1 item

      Charlottesville School Township wanted to purchase a parcel of land located on the southern suburbs of Charlottesville (property had liens on it)

    • Box-folder 68:3
      Deed of Purchase from Maupin Family to the Charlottesville School District 1882
      1 item

      Deed for parcel of land "known as Midway"

    • Box-folder 68:4
      Deed Contract agreement between Charlottesville City School Board and the Charlottesville District of Albemarle County 1910
      1 item

      Agreement that Charlottesville City School would instruct County Students for the School Session 1910 through 1916 for a fee.

    • Box-folder 68:5
      Opinion regarding title and property of McKee Row in which the County School Board granted use without purchase to the Charlottesville School Board 1914
      1 item

      Opinion reveals the history of Charlottesville and the Courthouse and McKee property.

    • Box-folder 68:6
      Title examination regarding John C. Patterson Property 1915 May 12
      1 item

      There is a Title investigation and approval for purchase of land between Jefferson and Market Street by the Charlottesville School Board.

    • Box-folder 68:7
      Deed of Purchase from the Patterson Family to the Charlottesville School Board and Abstracts of Title 1863-1915
      7 items

      Purchase of land for McGuffey School and abstracts of titles going back to 1863. There is also some correspondence from a tenant of the Patterson Property.

    • Box-folder 68:8
      Deed of Purchase from Bessie V. Walker to the City of Charlottesville for purchase of eleven parcels of land 1922 October 26
      1 item

      Deed for land sold [through the Trader's Land Company] for thirteen hundred and seventy five dollars.

    • Box-folder 68:9
      Resolution of the Charlottesville School Board that plats of land were trusted to the City of Charlottesville 1922 November 1
      1 item

      Resolution was passed by the Charlottesville School Board for the City to be the trustee for certain property until the School Board could afford to pay for them.

    • Box-folder 68:10
      Deed of Purchase from C. W. Allen and E. C. McCue to the City of Charlottesville 1922 November 9
      1 item

      Deed is for a plat of land situated near Preston Heights and was sold [through the Trader's Land Company] for two thousand, five hundred dollars.

    • Box-folder 68:11
      Deed of Purchase from Helen A. Woods to the City of Charlottesville 1922 November 13, 16 and March 29
      3 items

      Preston Heights property (eleven parcels of land) purchased [for Venable School]. There is also a deed between Helen A. Woods and Willie Love for the purchase of certain plats in the Preston Heights property by Willie Love (lien) and a deed from Willie and Elizabeth Love to the Charlottesville School Board.

    • Box-folder 68:12
      Deed of Purchase from John W. and Mary L. Fishburne and Lilie S. Dinwiddie to the City of Charlottesville 1922 November 17
      1 item

      Deed is for a plat of land sold [through the Traders Land Company] situated on Preston Heights property for ten thousand five hundred dollars.

    • Box-folder 68:13
      Deed of Purchase from Burruss Antrim to the City of Charlottesville 1922 November 18
      1 item

      Deed for a plat of land situated near the University of Virginia on Thirteenth Street sold [through the Traders Land Company] for six hundred and twenty five dollars.

    • Box-folder 68:14
      Deed of Purchase between F. M. and Nannie Huyett to the City of Charlottesville 1922 December 20
      1 item

      Deed for a plat of land in the northwestern part of Charlottesville sold to the City for nine hundred dollars.

    • Box-folder 68:15
      Deed of Purchase from B. E. Wheeler and Lonnie B. Wheeler to the City of Charlottesville 1922 December 20
      1 item

      Deed for purchase of land in the northwestern part of the City of Charlottesville sold to the City for fourteen hundred and twenty five dollars.

    • Box-folder 68:16
      Deed of Purchase from Jennie B. Huffman to the City of Charlottesville 1923 January 12
      1 item

      Deed for plat of land sold [through the Traders Land Company] for four hundred dollars and situated on the south side of Spruce Street.

    • Box-folder 68:17
      Deed of Purchase from Lewis and Lena C. Barber to the City of Charlottesville 1923 May 31
      1 item

      Deed for land on the north side of Page Street sold to the City for two hundred and fifty dollars.

    • Box-folder 68:18
      Deed of Purchase from the City of Charlottesville to the School Board for several parcels of land on Preston Heights and title of abstracts 1923 -1924
      3 items

      Title of Abstracts for land owned by Lewis Barber, Willie and Elizabeth Love, John W. Fishburne and Lilie S. Dinwiddie and deed of purchase from the City of Charlottesville to the Charlottesville School Board [for Venable School]

    • Box-folder 68:19
      Deed of Purchase from the City of Charlottesville to the Charlottesville School Board 1924 July 7
      1 item

      Deed for land situated on Preston Heights for seven thousand two hundred and twelve dollars and forty five cents.

    • Box-folder 68:20
      Deed of Purchase from Annie B. Johnson to the Charlottesville School Board 1924 July 7
      1 item

      Deed for parcel of land located at the Northeast corner of the intersection of Fifth Street N. W. and Commerce Street as an addition to the Jefferson School for a price of twenty five hundred dollars.

    • Box-folder 68:21
      Deed of Purchase from G. F. Johnson to the Charlottesville School Board 1924 July 12
      1 item

      Deed for a parcel of land on the East side of Fifth Street Northwest for a sum of fifteen hundred dollars for an addition to the Jefferson School

    • Box-folder 68:22
      Deed of Purchase and title clear from Robert and Mollie Jackson to the Charlottesville School Board 1924 August 8 th
      1 item

      Land purchased by the School Board for an addition to the Jefferson School located on the East side of Fifth Street Northwest for twenty two hundred and fifty dollars

    • Box-folder 68:23
      Agreement Contracts between Albemarle County Schools and Charlottesville City Schools 1926; 1932
      2 items

      There are two agreements that the Charlottesville Schools would instruct the children from Albemarle County Schools for an agreed price.

    • Box-folder 68:24
      Deed of Purchases for property in Belmont 1929
      27 items

      Deed of purchases from Florence R. and Arthur M. Gable, B. G. and Kathleen Payne, F. L. and Mary W. Watson, D. W. and Willie May Godwin, B. S. and Bettie J. Young, Nannie Blake and G. G. Jones, Lloyd M. and Annie L. Haggard, C. E. and Janie W. Crawford, W. J. and Lillie F. Harvey, B. L. and Mandolin V. Payne to the Charlottesville School Board [for Clark School] Also included are title abstracts for lots which were a part of a large tract of land owned by the Belmont Land Company prior to 1890. (Need flattening)

    • Box-folder 69:1
      Deed of Purchase from James M. Morris to the Charlottesville School Board 1932
      1 item

      Deed of Purchase for land on the corner of Commerce and Fourth Street N. W. sold to the School Board for five hundred dollars.

    • Box-folder 69:2
      Certificate of Title 1933 May 22
      1 item

      Parcel of land on Commerce Street verified to be owned by Albert Brooks, free of any liens and clear for purchase by the Charlottesville School Board

    • Box-folder 69:3
      Deed of Purchase from Alfred Brooks to the Charlottesville School Board 1933
      1 item

      Deed of Purchase for land situated on 411 Commerce Street sold to the Charlottesville School Board for a sum of one thousand and one hundred and fifty dollars.

    • Box-folder 69:4
      Deeds of purchase by the School Board from the Barbour and Beck Families for land on Brown Street and title of abstracts 1938 July 14, Oct. 3
      3 items

      Deed of purchase for land described as 214 5 th Street N. W. and Brown Street from the Beck's Family to the Charlottesville School Board for a sum of two thousand dollars, and twenty five hundred dollars from the Barbour Family for additions to Jefferson School.

    • Box-folder 69:5
      Deed of purchase City of Charlottesville from Southern Railway 1938 November 8
      1 item
    • Box-folder 69:6
      Deeds of purchase from the City of Charlottesville to the School Board of land for Lane High School 1941-1943
      1 item
    • Oversize
      Oversize: Deeds and court documents for 214 5 th Street N. W. and Brown Street [1958]
      # items

      The City of Charlottesville acquired the property by condemnation for addition to the Jefferson School

  • A. Reports
    • Box-folder 69:7
      Annual School Reports and Summaries of fitness ratings 1970-1971
      27 items

      Reports are from Buford, Burnley-Moran, George Rogers Clark, Greenbrier, Jackson-Via, Jefferson, Johnson, Lane, McGuffey,Venable and Walker. Principal's Term Reports are included. For some other years they are separate.

    • Oversize
      Oversize enrollment figures for boys and girls at elementary schools
      18 items
    • Box-folder 69:8
      Annual School Reports and Principal's Term Reports 1971-1972
      1 item
    • Box-folder 69:9
      Annual School Reports and Principal's Term Reports 1972-1973
      17 items
    • Box-folder 69:10
      Annual School Reports and Principal's Term Reports 1973-1974
      12 items
    • Box-folder 69:11
      Annual School Reports and Principal's Term Reports 1974-1975
      14 items
    • Box-folder 70:1
      Annual School Reports and Principal's Term Reports 1975-1976
      27 items
    • Box-folder 70:2
      Annual School Reports and Principal's Term Reports 1976-1977
      20 items

      Includes enrollment figures for boys and girls in elementary schools

    • Box-folder 70:3
      Annual School Reports and Principal's Term Reports 1977-1978
      17 items

      Includes enrollment figures for boys and girls in schools

    • Box-folder 70:4
      Annual School Reports and Principal's Term Reports 1979-1980
      17 items

      Includes FICA contributions

    • Oversize
      Oversize Enrollment Charts [1973-1978]
      6 items
    • Box-folder 70:5
      Principal's Monthly Reports 1965 September-December
      5 items

      Very bad condition; water damaged, need flattening/cleaning etc..

      There are monthly attendance records.

    • Box-folder 70:6
      Principals' Monthly Reports 1966 January-June
      13 items bad condition, water damaged, need flattening
    • Box-folder 71:1
      Principal's Monthly Reports 1967 September-December; January-March
      23 items bad condition, need flattening etc…
    • Box-folder 71:2
      Principals' Monthly Reports 1968 January-June
      6 items need flattening
    • Box-folder 71:3
      Principals' Monthly Reports 1971 Sept-Dec
      4 items mold and needs flattening and cleaning
    • Box-folder 71:4
      Principals' Monthly Reports 1972 January-June
      5 items needs flattening and cleaning-lots of mold
    • Box-folder 71:5
      Principals' Monthly Reports 1979-1980
      9 items
    • Box-folder 72:1
      Principals' Monthly Reports 1980-1981
      15 items
    • Box-folder 72:2
      Principals' Monthly Reports 1981-1982
      9 items
    • Box-folder 72:3
      Principals' Monthly Reports 1982-1983
      9 items
    • Box-folder 72:4
      Principals' Monthly Reports 1983-1984
      9 items
    • Box-folder 72:5
      Principals' Monthly Reports 1984-1985
      9 items
    • Box-folder 73:1
      Principals' Monthly Reports 1985-1986
      9 items
    • Box-folder 73:2
      Principals' Monthly Reports 1987-1988
      9 items
    • Box-folder 73:3
      Principals' Monthly Reports 1988-1989
      9 items
    • Box-folder 73:4
      Principals' Monthly Reports 1989-1990
      9 items
    • Box-folder 73:5
      Teacher's Monthly Reports 1934-1936
      2 items
    • Box-folder 74:1
      Teacher's Monthly Reports 1971
      12 items
    • Box-folder 74:2
      Report on Community Resources 1967
      1 item
    • Box-folder 74:3
      Report on Youth and Children by City Council and the School Board 1987
      1 item
    • Box-folder 74:4
      Report, press releases and minutes of the Charlottesville School Board Advisory Commission 2005 June
      1 item
    • Box-folder 74:5
      Fire Drill Reports 1990-1991
      10 items
    • Box-folder 74:6
      Fire Drill Reports 1991-1992
      8 items
    • Box-folder 74:7
      Fire Drill Reports 1992-1993
      9 items
    • Box-folder 74:8
      Fire Drill Reports 1993-1994
      10 items
    • Box-folder 74:9
      Fire Drill Reports 1994-1995
      9 items
    • Box-folder 74:10
      Fire Drill Reports 1995-1996
      10 items
    • Box-folder 75:1
      Lunch Meal Programs 1954-1955
      21 items

      McGuffey School applications for reimbursement of the Virginia Lunch Program and Special Milk Program; cafeteria reports and inventory; daily record of operations; state inspection reports; and memos about additional allocation of funds and other information about lunches. There is also information about personnel policies for cafeteria staff.

    • Box-folder 75:2
      Lunch Meal Programs 1955-1956
      34 items
    • Box-folder 75:3
      Lunch Meal Programs 1956-1957
      18 items
    • Box-folder 75:4
      Lunch Meal Programs 1957-1958
      62 items

      There is a notice from the Monticello Dairy Inc. about milk price increases due to the drought (September 27, 1958)

    • Box-folder 75:5
      Lunch Meal Programs 1958-1959
      63 items
    • Box-folder 75:6
      Lunch Meal Programs 1959-1960
      62 items
    • Box-folder 75:7
      Lunch Meal Programs 1960-1961 needs flattening
      61 items
    • Box-folder 76:1
      Lunch Meal Programs 1961-1962
      60 items
    • Box-folder 76:2
      Lunch Meal Programs 1962-1963
      62 items
    • Box-folder 76:3
      Lunch Menus 1953-1956; 1958-1963
      166 items

      List of menus served each day of the week for the school year

    • Box-folder 76:4
      Lunch Menus 1960-1963
      75 items
    • Box-folder 76:5
      Lunches-Free 1961-1962
      60 items

      There is a list of students who are eligible for free meals from Clark, Venable, and Johnson (and the costs per lunch) at the McGuffey Cafeteria

  • C. Records
    • Oversize
      Oversize: Census records 1915, 1920; 1925, 1935, 1939, 1940, 1945
      41 items
    • Box-folder 76:6
      Census records 1935; 1939
      # items
    • Box-folder 76:7
      Census records 1945
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 76:8
      Census records 1945
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 76:9
      Census records 1945
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 76:10
      Census records 1945
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 77:1
      Census records 1945
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 77:2
      Census records 1945
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 77:3
      Census records 1945
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 77:4
      Census records 1945
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 77:5
      Census records 1945
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 77:6
      Census records summaries and memos 1965-1977
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 78:1
      Census Civil Rights Survey 1984 December
      10 items
    • Box-folder 78:2
      Retreat for "Pre-School Work Session" (Kindergarten) 2000
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 78:3
      Retreat to prepare the budget for 2005 2003 September 13
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 78:4
      Retreat "Charting the Future" Linda Bowen 2006 July
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 78:5
      Certificates 1961; 1971
      2 items
    • Box-folder 78:6
      Class Schedules for students with last names that start with A-B 1972-1973
      1 notebook

      Class schedules contain student information such as birthdates, names of parents, home address and class schedule with teacher names.

    • Box-folder 78:7
      Class Schedules C-D 1972-1973
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 78:8
      Class Schedules E-G 1972-1973
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 79:6
      Class Schedules H-I 1972-1973
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 79:7
      Class Schedules J-L 1972-1973
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 80:1
      Class Schedules M 1972-1973
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 80:2
      Class Schedules N-R 1972-1973
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 80:3
      Class Schedules S 1972-1973
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 80:4
      Class Schedules T-V 1972-1973
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 80:5
      Class Schedules W-Y 1972-1973
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 80:6
      Enrollment at Midway 1908-1915
      9 items

      Enrollment and teacher roster

    • Box-folder 80:7
      Enrollment at Midway 1915-1916
      1 notebook
    • Box-folder 80:8
      Enrollment Charlottesville Public Schools 1959-1965
      4 items
    • Oversize
      Oversize Enrollment charts for white and "colored" pupils in Norfolk Schools from Architects 1928 (see Oversize census records)
    • Student Record Books

      (Notebooks of student grades for the last year of school, and any higher education and name and address of parents.)

      • Box-folder 81:1
        Student Record Book [1940-1950]
        1 notebook
      • Box-folder 81:2
        Student Record Book-Jefferson School Drop-outs [1939-1949]
        notebook pt. 1 of 2
      • Box-folder 81:3
        Student Record Book-Jefferson School Drop-outs [1924-1949]
        notebook pt. 2 of 2
      • Box-folder 81:4
        Student Record Book-Jefferson School Drop-outs [1924-1949]
        notebook pt. 1 of 4
      • Box-folder 82:1
        Student Record Book-Jefferson School Drop-outs [1926-1950]
        notebook pt. 2 of 4
      • Box-folder 82:2
        Student Record Book-Jefferson School Drop-outs [1926-1950]
        notebook pt. 3 of 4
      • Box-folder 82:3
        Student Record Book-Jefferson School Drop-outs [1926-1950]
        notebook pt. 4 of 4
      • Box-folder 82:4
        Student Record Book A-B [1926-1950]
        notebook pt. 1 of 2
      • Box-folder 82:5
        Student Record Book S-W [1926-1950]
        notebook pt. 2 of 2
      • Box-folder 83:1
        Student Record Books A-G [1920-1945]
        Notebook pt. 1 of 3
      • Box-folder 83:2
        Student Record Books H-P [1920-1945]
        Notebook pt. 2 of 3
      • Box-folder 83:3
        Student Record Books Q-Z [1920-1945]
        Notebook pt. 3 of 3
      • Box-folder 83:4
        Student Record Books A-H [1920-1945]
        Notebook pt. 1 of 3
      • Box-folder 83:5
        Student Record Books S-Z [1920-1945]
        Notebook pt. 3 of 3
      • Box-folder 84:1
        Student Record Books A-H [1920-1945]
        Notebook pt. 1 of 3
      • Box-folder 84:2
        Student Record Books I-R [1920-1945]
        Notebook pt. 2 of 3
      • Box-folder 84:3
        Student Record Books S-Y [1920-1945]
        Notebook pt. 3 of 3
      • Box-folder 84:4
        Student Record Books A-F 1920-1945]
        Notebook pt. 1 of 4
      • Box-folder 84:5
        Student Record Books G-K [1920-1945]
        Notebook pt. 2 of 4
      • Box-folder 85:1
        Student Record Books L-R [1920-1945]
        Notebook pt.3 of 4
      • Box-folder 85:2
        Student Record Books S-Z [1920-1945]
        Notebook pt.4 of 4
      • Box-folder 85:3
        Student Record Books A-J [1920-1945]
        Notebook pt.1 of 2
      • Box-folder 85:4
        Student Record Books K-Y [1935-1945]
        Notebook pt.2 of 2
      • Box-folder 85:5
        Student Record Books A-G [1935-1945]
        Notebook pt.1 of 3
      • Box-folder 86:1
        Student Record Books H-R 1935-1945]
        Notebook pt. 2 of 3
      • Box-folder 86:2
        Student Record Books S-Y [1935-1945]
        Notebook pt. 3 of 3
      • Box-folder 86:3
        Student Record Books A-M [1938-1945]
        Notebook pt. 1 of 2
      • Box-folder 86:4
        Student Record Books M-Y [1929-1945]
        Notebook pt. 2 of 2
      • Box-folder 86:5
        Student Record Books A-G [1920-1940]
        Notebook pt. 1 of 2
      • Box-folder 86:6
        Student Record Books H-K [1920-1940]
        Notebook pt. 2 of 2
      • Box-folder 87:1
        Student Record Books I-R [1920-1945]
        Notebook
      • Box-folder 87:2
        Student Record Books M-R [1920-1940]
        Notebook pt.1 of 2
      • Box-folder 87:3
        Student Record Books S-Z [1920-1940]
        Notebook pt.2 of 2
      • Box-folder 87:4
        Student Record Books A-E; M [1918-1930]
        Notebook pt.1 of 2
      • Box-folder 87:5
        Student Record Books E-L [1918-1930]
        Notebook pt.2 of 2
      • Box-folder 88:1
        Student Record Books A-D [1920-1930]
        Notebook pt. 1 of 3
      • Box-folder 88:2
        Student Record Books E-H [1920-1933]
        Notebook pt. 2 of 3
      • Box-folder 88:3
        Student Record Books I-L [1920-1933]
        Notebook pt. 3 of 3
      • Box-folder 88:4
        Student Record Books M-R [1920-1940]
        Notebook pt. 1 of 2
      • Box-folder 88:5
        Student Record Books S-W [1920-1933]
        Notebook pt. 2 of 2
      • Box-folder 89:1
        Student Record Books M-R [1930-1950]
        Notebook pt. 1 of 2
      • Box-folder 89:2
        Student Record Books S-W [1930-1950]
        Notebook pt. 2 of 2
      • Box-folder 89:3
        Student Record Books A-F [1930-1950]
        Notebook pt. 1 of 2
      • Box-folder 89:4
        Student Record Books G-L [1930-1950]
        Notebook pt. 2 of 2
      • Box-folder 90:1
        Student Record Books A-C [1930-1950]
        Notebook pt. 1 of 3
      • Box-folder 90:2
        Student Record Books D-G [1930-1950]
        Notebook pt. 2 of 3
      • Box-folder 90:3
        Student Record Books H-L [1930-1950]
        Notebook pt. 3 of 3
    • Teacher Record Books, 1907-1970

      Contains class rolls, grades and attendance records for students. In the 1920's and 1930's there were separate classes for boys and girls.

      These are arranged by year and by teacher. They include the schools, Midway Grammar and High School (Lane), McGuffey Elementary, Venable Elementary, George Rogers Clark Elementary, Jackson P. Burley, Buford, and Walker schools but not all of these schools can be found in every folder.

      • Box-folder 91:1
        Teacher Record Books M.K. Thacker 1907-1908 Sep-Jan.
        2 items
      • Box-folder 91:2
        Teacher Record Books M.S. Dabney- M.K. Thacker 1908 Feb-May.
        2 items
      • Box-folder 91:3
        Teacher Record Books M.S. Dabney-M.K. Thacker 1908-1909.
        4 items
      • Box-folder 91:4
        Teacher Record Books C.C. Burnley-M.K. Thacker 1909 Feb-May.
        6 items
      • Box-folder 91:5
        Teacher Record Books L.J. Blakey-M.L. Dinwiddie 1909-1910.
        13 items
      • Box-folder 91:6
        Teacher Record Books E.R. Estes-E. Wiley 1909-1910.
        12 items
      • Box-folder 91:7
        Teacher Record Books M. Sommers-J. Wright 1909-1910.
        11 items
      • Box-folder 91:8
        Teacher Record Books B.S. Anderson-M.S. Dabney 1910.
        10 items
      • Box-folder 91:9
        Teacher Record Books M.L. Dinwiddie- E. Wiley 1910 Feb-May.
        11 items
      • Box-folder 92:1
        Teacher Record Books K.R. Lipop-J. Wright. 1910 Feb-May.
        9 items
      • Box-folder 92:2
        Teacher Record Books B.S. Anderson-R.B. Burnley 1910-1911.
        10 items
      • Box-folder 92:3
        Teacher Record Books S.R. Carroll-S.A. Moran 1910-1911 Sep-Jan.
        10 items
      • Box-folder 92:4
        Teacher Record Books E.S. Moses- J. Wright 1910-1911 Sep-Jan.
        11 items
      • Box-folder 92:5
        Teacher Record Books. E. Barnes-S.A. Moran 1911 Feb-May.
        11 items
      • Box-folder 92:6
        Teacher Record Books E.S. Moses-J. Wright 1911 Feb-May.
        10 items
      • Box-folder 93:1
        Teacher Record Books N. Abbott-M. Burnley 1911-1912 Sep-Jan.
        10 items
      • Box-folder 93:2
        Teacher Record Books M. Burnley-E. Estes 1911-1912 Sep-Jan.
        11 items
      • Box-folder 93:3
        Teacher Record Books J.B. Grimes-H.M. Reid 1911-1912 Sep-Jan.
        12 items
      • Box-folder 93:4
        Teacher Record Books K.V. Royce-J. Wright 1911-1912 Sep-Jan.
        13 items
      • Box-folder 93:5
        Teacher Record Books M.N. Abbot-R.B.Burnley 1912 Feb-May.
        11 items
      • Box-folder 93:6
        Teacher Record Books R.B. Burnley-F.E. Hartman 1912 Feb-May.
        9 items.
      • Box-folder 94:1
        Teacher Record Books L.I. Hopcroft-H.M. Reid 1912 Feb-May.
        10 Items.
      • Box-folder 94:2
        Teacher Record Books K.R. Lipop-J. Wright 1912 Feb-May.
        11 Items.
      • Box-folder 94:3
        Teacher Record Books; Term Reports 1913.
        1 Item.
      • Box-folder 94:4
        Teacher Record Books M.N. Abbott-I.E. Briggs 1912-1913 Sep-Jan.
        9 Items.
      • Box-folder 94:5
        Teacher Record Books C.C. Burnley-H.C. Massie 1912-1913 Sep-Jan.
        13 Items.
      • Box-folder 94:6
        Teacher Record Books M.S. Meserole-J. Wright 1912-1913 Sep-Jan.
        11 Items.
      • Box-folder 94:7
        Teacher Record Books M.N. Abbott-L.C. Burgess 1912-1913 Sep-Jan.
        9 Items.
      • Box-folder 95:1
        Teacher Record Books C.C. Burnley-E. Kelly 1913 Feb-May.
        9 Items.
      • Box-folder 95:2
        Teacher Record Books H.C. Massie-J. Wright 1913 Feb-May.
        8 Items.
      • Box-folder 95:3
        Teacher Record Books H.C. Massie-D.C. Veale 1913 Feb-May.
        5 Items.
      • Box-folder 95:4
        Teacher Record Books C.E. Argenbright-R.B. Burnley 1913-1914 Sep-Jan.
        10 Items.
      • Box-folder 95:5
        Teacher Record Books H.L. Daniel- H.C. Massie 1913-1914 Sep-Jan.
        9 Items.
      • Box-folder 95:6
        Teacher Record Books M.S. Meserole- P.P. Turnbull 1913-1914 Sep-Jan.
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 95:7
        Teacher Record Books D.C. Veale-J. Wright 1913-1914 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 95:8
        Teacher Record Books C.E. Argenbright-E. Hartman 1914 Feb-May
        12 Items
      • Box-folder 96:1
        Teacher Record Books L.M. Heath-E.S. Moses 1914 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 96:2
        Teacher Record Books H.C. Massie-J.Wright 1914 Feb-May
        13 Items
      • Box-folder 96:3
        Teacher Record Books C.C Burnley- P.V. Willoughby 1914 Jun-Aug
        4 Items
      • Box-folder 96:4
        Teacher Record Books W.H. Sandidge 1915 Summer
        1 Item
      • Box-folder 96:5
        Teacher Record Books Term Reports 1915
        5 Items
      • Box-folder 96:6
        Teacher Record Books M.C. Ballard-H.V. Dickey 1915-1916 Sep-Jan
        10 Items
      • Box-folder 96:7
        Teacher Record Books G.L. Harvey-C. Perrow 1915-1916 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 96:8
        Teacher Record Books M.C. Rumbough-M.K. Thacker 1915-1916 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 96:9
        Teacher Record Books M.K. Thacker-J. Wright 1915-1916 Sep-Jan
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 97:1
        Teacher Record Information 1911-1912
        13 Items
      • Box-folder 97:2
        Teacher Record Books S.V. Baker-H.V. Dabney 1916 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 97:3
        Teacher Record Books L. Harvey- M.Morris 1916 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 97:4
        Teacher Record Books M.Morris-F.Stuart 1916 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 97:5
        Teacher Record Books N.W. Syder-J.Wright 1916 Feb-May
        10 Items
      • Box-folder 97:6
        Teacher Record Books M.L. Ballard- J. Wright 1916 June-Aug
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 97:7
        Teacher Record Books D.M. Allan-R.B Burnley 1916-1917 Sep-Jan
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 97:8
        Teacher Record Books N.M. Clarkson-H.L. Housman 1916-1917 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 98:1
        Teacher Record Books (Colored?) Term Reports 1917 Jan
        56 Items
      • Box-folder 98:2
        Teacher Record Books Term Reports 1917 May
        45 Items
      • Box-folder 98:3
        Teacher Record Books D.M. Allan-M. Cox 1917 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 98:4
        Teacher Record Books M.S. Dabney-R.L. Maupin 1917 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 98:5
        Teacher Record Books V.C. Merrifield-C. Perrow 1917 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 99:1
        Teacher Record BooksTerm Reports 1916
        35 Items
      • Box-folder 99:2
        Teacher Record Books Term Reports 1916 May
        35 Items
      • Box-folder 99:3
        Teacher Record Books A.L.McKnight-V.E. Pugh 1916-1917 Sep-Jan
        10 Items
      • Box-folder 99:4
        Teacher Record Books L.R. Rearney-O. Taylor 1916-1917 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 99:5
        Teacher Record Books M.K. Thacker-J. Wright 1916-1917 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 100:1
        Teacher Record Books V.E. Pugh-O.A. Taylor 1917 Feb-May
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 100:2
        Teacher Record Books M.K. Thacker-J Wright 1917 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 100:3
        Teacher Record Books M.L. Ballard-J. Wright 1917 Jun-Aug
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 100:4
        Teacher Record Books M.L. Ballard- T.I. Carter 1917-1918 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 100:5
        Teacher Record Books T.L. Cocke-A.A. Hankins 1917-1918 Sep-Jan
        10 Items
      • Box-folder 100:6
        Teacher Record Books W. Hayes- M.N. O'Rork 1917-1918 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 101:1
        Teacher Record Books L.A. Parrish-S. Rothwell 1917-1918 Sep-Jan
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 101:2
        Teacher Record Books M.K. Thacker-J. Wright 1917-1918 Sep-Jan
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 101:3
        Teacher Record Books D.M. Allan-F. Cocke 1918 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 101:4
        Teacher Record Books R.E. Cocke-W.J. Hayes 1918 Feb-May
        10 Items
      • Box-folder 101:5
        Teacher Record Books A.O. Hawkins-M. Morris 1918 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 101:6
        Teacher Record Books M.N. O'Rork- S. Rothwell 1918 Feb-May
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 102:1
        Teacher Record Books M.K. Thacker-J.Wright 1918 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 102:2
        Teacher Record Books A.Ballard-M.J. Blakely 1918-1919 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 102:3
        Teacher Record Books A.E. Bloxton-B. Dolan 1918-1919 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 102:4
        Teacher Record Books E.H. Edmunds-M.E. Monroe 1918-1919 Sep-Jan
        10 Items
      • Box-folder 102:5
        Teacher Record Books S.A. Moran-E.H. Smith 1918-1919 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 102:6
        Teacher Record Books L. Snyder-J.Wright 1918-1919 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 103:1
        Teacher Record Books A.E. Bloxton-S.A. Moran 1918 Jun-Aug
        3 Items
      • Box-folder 103:2
        Teacher Record Books Term Reports 1918
        32 Items
      • Box-folder 103:3
        Teacher Record Books Term Reports 1919,1920
        15 Items
      • Box-folder 103:4
        Teacher Record Books Mc-S 1919-1926
        Part ½
      • Box-folder 103:5
        Teacher Record Books S-Z 1919-1926
        Part ½
      • Box-folder 103:6
        Teacher Record Books A.E. Ballard-M.Bryant 1919 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 103:7
        Teacher Record Books M.Burnley-E.H. Edmunds 1919 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 104:1
        Teacher Record Books L.A. Gerard-M.E. Monroe 1919 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 104:2
        Teacher Record Books S.A. Moran-E.H. Smith 1919 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 104:3
        Teacher Record Books M.J. Sullivan-J. Wright 1919 Feb-May
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 104:4
        Teacher Record Books A. Ballard- J. Wright 1919 Jun-Aug
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 104:5
        Teacher Record Books Term Reports 1919-1920
        36 Items
      • Box-folder 104:6
        Teacher Record Books E.B. Allbritten-S.C. Blasingame 1919-1920
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 105:1
        Teacher Record Books E.J. Brown-A.L. Crawford 1919-1920 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 105:2
        Teacher Record Books B.Dolan-H.S. Harris 1919-1920 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 105:3
        Teacher Record Books H.S. Harris-S.A. Moran 1919-1920 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 105:4
        Teacher Record Books . J.A. Morrow-E. Rubush 1919-1920 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 105:5
        Teacher Record Books M. Scriber-P.V. Willoughby 1919-1920 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 105:6
        Teacher Record Books E.B. Allbritten-S.C. Blasingame 1920 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 106:1
        Teacher Record Books E.J. Brown-B. Dolan 1920 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 106:2
        Teacher Record Books C. Garrett-V.K. Karmes 1920 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 106:3
        Teacher Record Books J.A. Morrow-E. Rubush 1920 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 106:4
        Teacher Record Books M. Scriber-J. Wright 1920 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 106:5
        Teacher Record Books M.L. Ballard-M.N. O'Rork 1920 Jun-Aug
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 106:6
        Teacher Record Books M.N. O'Rork-J. Wright 1920 Jun-Aug
        6 Items
      • Box-folder 107:1
        Teacher Record Books Term Reports 1920-1921
        63 Items
      • Box-folder 107:2
        Teacher Record Books R.P. Abell-S.C. Blasingame 1920-1921 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 107:3
        Teacher Record Books M. Brooks- J.M. Cane 1920-1921 Sep-Jan
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 107:4
        Teacher Record Books R.E. Cooke-C. Garrett 1920-1921 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 107:5
        Teacher Record Books V. Gorrell-R. Kimbrough 1920-1921 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 107:6
        Teacher Record Books W.E. Lacy-P.A. Payne 1920-1921 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 107:7
        Teacher Record Books E.A. Peyton-L.G. Snider 1920-1921 Sep-Jan
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 108:1
        Teacher Record Books F-W 1920-1921 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 108:2
        Teacher Record Books R. P. Abell-D.L. Blakey 1921 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 108:3
        Teacher Record Books S.C. Blasingame-BMR Feaganes 1921 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 108:4
        Teacher Record Books R.M. Fuller-R.L. Kimbraugh 1921 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 108:5
        Teacher Record Books W.E. Lacy-S.E. Rubush 1921 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 108:6
        Teacher Record Books L.G. Snider-J. Wright 1921 Feb-May
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 109:1
        Teacher Record Books E. Atkins-W.E. Lacy 1921 Jun-Aug
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 109:2
        Teacher Record Books E.B. Payne-J. Wright 1921 Jun-Aug
        5 Items
      • Box-folder 109:3
        Teacher Record Books A.B. Adams- S.C. Blasingame 1921-1922 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 109:4
        Teacher Record Books M. Brooks-A. Crawley 1921-1922 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 109:5
        Teacher Record Books A.M. Cross-J.C. Jones 1921-1922 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 109:6
        Teacher Record Books V. Jones-M.N. O'Rork 1921-1922 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 110:1
        Teacher Record Books M.N. O'Rork-S.E. Rubush 1921-1922 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 110:2
        Teacher Record Books J.H. Snapp-J. Wright 1921-1922 Sep-Jan
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 110:3
        Teacher Record Books A.B. Adams-M. Burnley 1922 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 110:4
        Teacher Record Books M. Brooks-B. Dolan 1922 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 110:5
        Teacher Record Books L.W. Eisenberg-J.C. Jones 1922 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 110:6
        Teacher Record Books J.C. Jones- M.N. O'Rork 1922 Feb-May
        10 Items
      • Box-folder 111:1
        Teacher Record Books M.N. O'Rork-R. Risner 1922 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 111:2
        Teacher Record Books L. Rowlett-L.G. Snider 1922 Feb-May
        6 Items
      • Box-folder 111:3
        Teacher Record Books A.L. Stone-J. Wright 1922 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 111:4
        Teacher Record Books M.L. Ballard-A. Cross 1922 Jun-Aug
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 111:5
        Teacher Record Books R.M. Fuller- J. Wright 1922 Jun-Aug
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 111:6
        Teacher Record Books Term Reports 1922-1923
        27 Items
      • Box-folder 111:7
        Teacher Record Books A.B. Adams-A.W. Barringer 1922-1923 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 112:1
        Teacher Record Books Term reports 1922-1923
        # items
      • Box-folder 112:2
        Teacher Record Books D.L. Blakey-A.W. Cross 1922-1923 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 112:3
        Teacher Record Books A.W. Cross-E. Matthews 1922-1923 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 112:4
        Teacher Record Books E. McClung-E.A. Peyton 1922-1923 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 112:5
        Teacher Record Books E.A. Peyton-J.H. Snapp 1922-1923 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 112:6
        Teacher Record Books L.G. Snider-J. Wright 1922-1923 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 113:1
        Teacher Record Books Term Reports 1923-1924
        29 Items
      • Box-folder 113:2
        Teacher Record Books Term Reports 1923-1924
        27 Items
      • Box-folder 113:3
        Teacher Record Books A.B. Adams- D.L. Blakey 1923 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 113:4
        Teacher Record Books D.L. Blakey-M. Burnley 1923 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 113:5
        Teacher Record Books A. Crawley-R.M. Darden 1923 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 113:6
        Teacher Record Books R.M. Darden-E. McClung 1923 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 113:7
        Teacher Record Books E. McClung-E.A. Peyton 1923 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 114:1
        Teacher Record Books R.Risher-M.E. Shackelford 1923 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 114:2
        Teacher Record Books N.P. Sheppe-M.E. Sutherland 1923 Feb-May
        6 Items
      • Box-folder 114:3
        Teacher Record Books M.K. Thacker-J. Wright 1923 Feb-May
        6 Items
      • Box-folder 114:4
        Teacher Record Books R.M. Fuller-J. Wright 1923 Jun-Aug
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 114:5
        Teacher Record Books E. Atkins-M.W. Burwell 1923-1924 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 114:6
        Teacher Record Books M.W. Burwell-A.M. Cross 1923-1924 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 115:1
        Teacher Record Books F.J. Daniels-M.E. Green 1923-1924 Sep-Jan
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 115:2
        Teacher Record Books N.B. Huyett-E.B. Payne 1923-1924 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 115:3
        Teacher Record Books M.L Quarles-M. Taliaferro 1923-1924 Sep-Jan
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 115:4
        Teacher Record Books M.L. Taliaferro-V. Venable 1923-1924 Sep-Jan
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 115:5
        Teacher Record Books J.K. Werner-J. Wright 1923-1924 Sep-Jan
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 115:6
        Teacher Record Books Midway High Summary for 1 st-2 nd Year Students 1923-1924 Sep-Jan
        6 Items
      • Box-folder 115:7
        Teacher Record Books Midway High Summary for 2 nd-4 th Year Students 1923-1924 Sep-Jan
        6 Items
      • Box-folder 116:1
        Teacher Record Books E. Atkins-S. Craft 1924 Feb-May
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 116:2
        Teacher Record Books C. Crawley-C.A. Gable 1924 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 116:3
        Teacher Record Books M.E. Green-E.B. Payne 1924 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 116:4
        Teacher Record Books E.B. Payne-M. Stratton 1924 Feb-May
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 116:5
        Teacher Record Books L. Stradler-T.H. Taylor 1924 Feb-May
        5 Items
      • Box-folder 116:6
        Teacher Record Books M. Torrence-J. Wright 1924 Feb-May
        8 Items
      • Box-folder 116:7
        Teacher Record Books Midway High Summary for 1 st-4 th Year Students 1924 Feb-May
        10 Items
      • Box-folder 117:1
        Teacher Record Books E. Atkins-J. Wright 1924 Jun-Aug
        9 Items
      • Box-folder 117:2
        Teacher Record Books Term Reports 1924-1925
        24 Items
      • Box-folder 117:3
        Teacher Record Books Term Reports 1924-1925
        22 Items
      • Box-folder 117:4
        Teacher Record Books Term Reports 1924-1925
        18 Items
      • Box-folder 117:5
        Teacher Record Books E. Atkins-M.L. Burnley 1924-1925 Sep-Jan
        7 Items
      • Box-folder 117:6
        Teacher Record Books S. Craft-R.M. Fuller 1924-1925
        7 Items
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        Teacher Record Books B.S. Wescott-A.P. Wood 1966-1967
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        Teacher Record Books Kuroghan 1967
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        Teacher Record Books E.C. Burnet-E.F. Dickerman 1967-1968
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        Teacher Record Books K.S. Gardner-B.S. Hathaway 1967-1968
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        Teacher Record Books D.J. Baker-N.E. Evans 1966-1967 Sep-Jun
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        Teacher Record Books C. Fentriss-A.M. Johnson 1966-1967 Sep-Jun
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        Teacher Record Books M. Kearney-J.S. Self 1966-1967 Sep-Jun
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        Teacher Record Books M. Smith-W.R. Wilson 1966-1967 Sep-Jun
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        Teacher Record Books Office Records N. D.
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        Teacher Record Books Heepe-L.B. Leitch 1967-1968
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        Teacher Record Books A.B. Lugo-D.L. Orr 1967-1968
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        Teacher Record Books J. Prince-W.A. Rhodes 1967-1968
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        Teacher Record Books M.N. Runkle-Stancil 1967-1968
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        Teacher Record Books P.S. Stacy-Whited 1967-1968
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        Teacher Record Books D. Bailey-S.E. Barnes 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books J. Bonner-L.M. Brown 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books L.M. Brown-Bufnar 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books Burnet-E.R. Conley 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books Conley-E.F. Dickerman 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books R. Duckett-M.H. Duren 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books K.Gardner-Hatfield 1968-1969
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        i Teacher Record Books B.S. Hathaway-Horn 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books Irby-C. Jones 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books J.C. Jordan-Morris 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books J.H. Prince-J. Puckhalier 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books H.R. Redden-L. Shannon 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books B. Shinault-C.B. Snowden 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books Stacy-J.E. Thompson 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books J.E. Thompson-Wainwright 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books Wainwright-B.S. Wescott 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books M. Whitecraft-E.V. Yancey 1968-1969
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        Teacher Record Books Artinian L.M. Brown 1969-1970
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        Teacher Record Books F.C. Bryant-Burnet 1969-1970
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        Teacher Record Books J. Clark-Coogan 1969-1970
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        Teacher Record Books A.T. Coogan-E.F. Dickerman 1969-1970
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        Teacher Record Books M. Duren-Geitgey 1969-1970
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        Teacher Record Books L.L. GIanokos-J.B. Green 1969-1970
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        Teacher Record Books A.L. Hahn-W.J. Heepe 1969-1970
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        Teacher Record Books Horn-C. Jones 1969-1970
        3 Items
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        Teacher Record Books J.C. Jordan-L.B. Leitch 1969-1970
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        Teacher Record Books P. Morris-N. Pritchett 1969-1970
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        Teacher Record Books Reese-M.N. Runkle 1969-1970
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        Teacher Record Books B. Shinault-Smith 1969-1970
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        Teacher Record Books C.B. Snowden-Stancill 1969-1970
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        Teacher Record Books N. Smith-B.S. Wescott 1969-1970
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        Teacher Record Books H.E. Wainwright-Wood 1969-1970
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        Teacher Record Books J.W. Yates 1969-1970
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        Teacher Record Books Armentrout-F.C. Bryant 1970-1971 Sep-Jun
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        Teacher Record Books C. Burgess-Gingles 1970-1971 Sep-Jun
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        Teacher Record Books D.G. Goings-M.F. Howard 1970-1971 Sep-Jun
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        Teacher Record Books A.H. Johnson-P.L. Paquette 1970-1971 Sep-Jun
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        Teacher Record Books L. Rogers-M. Wright 1970-1971 Sep-Jun
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        Teacher Record Books Kearney 1970-1971
        1 Item
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        Teacher Record Books P. Morris-M. Wright 1970-1971
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        Teacher Record Books E. Barnes-B. Bryant 1970-1971
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        Teacher Record Books F. Bryant-E.C. Burnet 1970-1971
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        Teacher Record Books Burnell-Cecil 1970-1971
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        Teacher Record Books E.R. Conley-E.F. Dickerson 1970-1971
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        Teacher Record Books M.H. Duren-Ewoldt 1970-1971
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        Teacher Record Books L.L. Gianokos-Goings 1970-1971
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        Teacher Record Books J.W. Good-E.M. Hartless 1970-1971
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        Teacher Record Books B.S. Hathaway-Horn 1970-1971
        3 Items
      • Box-folder 163:4
        Teacher Record Books M.A. Howard-L.B. Leitch 1970-1971
        3 Items
      • Box-folder 163:5
        Teacher Record Books R.A Meadows-P.L. Paquette 1970-1971
        3 Items
      • Box-folder 164:1
        Teacher Record Books Reesi-M.N. Runkle 1970-1971
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        Teacher Record Books Shreue-Stancill 1970-1971
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        Teacher Record Books B. Wescott-[Wilson] 1970-1971
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      • Box-folder 164:4
        Teacher Record Books Wood-No Name 1970-1971
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        Teacher Record Books Cook-A.M. Page N. d.
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        Teacher Record Books W.A. Rhodes-H.W. Shapiro N. d.
        3 Items
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        Teacher Record Books N.R. Smith-No Name N. d.
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    • Teacher Record Grade Cards
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Baker N. d.
        29 Items
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Barnes N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Bell N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Berne N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Chase N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Evans N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Fentriss N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Foster N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Frescoln N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Gaines N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Henderson N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Johnson N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Kearney N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Kennedy N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards McKeith N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Manning N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Meredith N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Self N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Smith N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Stacy N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Swartz N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Vallianos N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Waters N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Wilson N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Cards Wilson N. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Armentrout n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Armstrong n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Barnes n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Brown n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets B. Bryant n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets F. Bryant n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Bunnell n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Burgess n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Burnet n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Carmichael n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Cecil n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Duren n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Gingles n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Goings n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Good n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Hartless n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Hathaway n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Horn n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Howard n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Johnson n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Kearney n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Leitch n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Murchison n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Paquette n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Rogers n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Shreve n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Smith n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Wescott n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Woody n. d.
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        Teacher Record Grade Sheets Wright n. d.
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Folder: Photocopies of the images from printing blocks of schools, licenses and certificates. In addition there are the original printing blocks.
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Trophies from school sporting events such as football…
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40 items
Reel to Reel Tapes
  • Reel 1
    April 18, 1968 Peabody Report Speeches and Activities 0298
  • Reel 2
    November 21, 1968 Regular Meeting 0298-a
  • Reel 3
    December 19, 1968 Regular Meeting 0298-b
  • Reel 4
    January 16, 1969 Regular Meeting 0298-c
  • Reel 5
    January 27, 1969 Board Conference Budget 0298-d
  • Reel 6
    January 29, 1969 Special Meeting 0298-e
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    February 3, 1969 City Council/School Board Conference and School Board Budget Study 0298-f
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    February 10, 1969 Budget Meeting 0298-g
  • Reel 9
    February 18, 1969 Study Session Budget 0298-h
  • Reel 10
    February 20, 1969 Regular Meeting 0298-i
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    March 20, 1969 Regular Meeting 0298-j
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    April 17, 1969 Regular Meeting 0298-k
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    May 5, 1969 Board/City Council 0298-l
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    May 21, 1969 Board Conference 0298-m
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    May 23, 1969 Special Meeting 0298-n
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    June 9, 1969 Board Council 0298-o
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    July 17, 1969 Part 1 0298-p
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    July 17, 1969 Part II 0298-q
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    July 17, 1969 Part III 0298-r
  • Reel 20
    August 21, 1969 Regular Meeting 0298-s
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    September 18, 1969 Regular Meeting 0298-t
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    October 14, 1969 NAACP Board Conference 0298-u
  • Reel 23
    October 14, 1969 Part I NAACP Board Conference 0298-v
  • Reel 24
    October 16, 1969 Regular Meeting 0298-w
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    October 23, 1969 School Board C. E. A. 0298-x
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    November 3, 1969 School Board Principals 0298-y
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    November 20, 1969 Regular Meeting 0298-z
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    December 15, 1969 Regular Meeting 0298-aa
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    January 15, 1970 Regular Meeting 0298-ab
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    February 12, 1970 Special Meeting Site Selection 0298-ac
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    February 19, 1970 Regular Meeting 0298-ad
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    March 19, 1970 Regular Meeting 0298-ae
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    March 31, 1970 Special Meeting 0298-af
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    April 16, 1970 Regular Meeting 0298-ag
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    May 4, 1970 Regular Meeting 0298-ah
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    May 21, 1970 Regular Meeting 0298-ai
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    June 18, 1970 Regular Meeting 0298-aj
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    June 30 [1970] Special Meeting 0298-ak
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    July 16, 1970 Part I Regular Meeting 0298-al
  • Reel 40
    July 16, 1970 Part II Regular Meeting 0298-am
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  • Reel 1
    September 17, 1970 Regular Meeting 0298-an
  • Reel 2
    October 15, 1970 Regular Meeting 0298-ao
  • Reel 3
    November 19, 1970 Regular Meeting 0298-ap
  • Reel 4
    February 17, 1972 Regular Meeting 0298-aq
  • Reel 5
    November 18, 1976 Regular Meeting 0298-ar
  • Reel 6
    November 30, 1976 Special Meeting Part I 0298-as
  • Reel 7
    November 30, 1976 Special Meeting Part II 0298-at
  • Reel 8
    November 30, 1976 Special Meeting Part III 0298-au
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    November 30, 1976 Special Meeting Part IV 0298-av
  • Reel 10
    March 17 and April 7, 1977 Regular Meeting and Continuation of of Study Session 0298-aw
  • Reel 11
    April 7, 1977 Study Session 0298-ax
  • Reel 12
    April 21, 1977 Regular Meeting Venable School 0298-ay
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    August 18, 1977 Regular Meeting 0298-az
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    September 15, 1977 Regular Meeting 0298-ba
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    October 20, 1977 Regular Meeting 0298-bb
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    November 17, 1977 Regular Meeting 0298-bc
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    December 15, 1977 Regular Meeting 0298-bd
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    February 16, 1978 Regular Meeting 0298-be
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    April 20, 1978 Regular Meeting 0298-bf
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    April 20, 1978 Regular Meeting 0298-bg
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    May 18, 1978 Regular Meeting 0298-bh
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    June 15, 1978 Regular Meeting 0298-bi
  • Reel 23
    August 17, 1978 Regular Meeting 0298-bj
  • Reel 24
    September 15, 1978 Regular Meeting 0298-bk
  • Reel 25
    October 19, 1978 Regular Meeting 0298-bl
  • Reel 26
    November 6, 1978 Budget Study Session with Teachers 0298-bm
  • Reel 27
    November 16, 1978 Executive Session/John Wright and Regular School Board 0298-bn
  • Reel 28
    November 30, 1978 School Board Study Session (Budget) 0298-bo
  • Reel 29
    December 21, 1978 Regular Meeting 0298-bp
  • Reel 30
    January 18, 1979 Regular Meeting 0298-bq
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    February 22, 1979 Regular Meeting 0298-br
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    March 8, 1979 School Board Alternative Education Meeting 0298-bs
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    March 15, 1979 Regular Meeting 0298-bt
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    April 19, 1979 [Meeting] 0298-bu
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    May 17, 1979 Regular Meeting 0298-bv
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    May 29, 1979 Special Meeting [NAACP] Part I 0298-bw
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    May 29, 1979 Special Meeting Student Achievement Study Hearing Part II 0298-bx
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    June 6, 1979 School Board Committee 0298-by
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    June 7, 1979 Study Session 0298-bz
  • Reel 40
    June 21, 1979 Regular Meeting 0298-ca
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    June 30, 1979 School Board Retreat 0298-cb
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    July 6, 1979 [Meeting] 0298-cc
  • Reel 43
    July 19, 1979 Regular Meeting 0298-cd
  • Reel 44
    August 2, 1979 Study Session 0298-ce
  • Reel 45
    August 16, 1979 School Board/City Council Luncheon Meeting Part I 0298-cf
  • Reel 46
    August 16, 1979 Regular Meeting Part II 0298-cg
Reel to Reels
7 items
  • Reel 1
    n. d. Betty Pitman and Lucille Bowen Study Group at Lane 0299
  • Reel 2
    n. d. Mary Lockhart 0299-a
  • Reel 3
    n. d. Dr. Rushton, [Elizabeth] Bowen 0299-b
  • Reel 4
    n. d. inaudible tape #1 0299-c
  • Reel 5
    n. d. inaudible tape #2 0299-d
  • Reel 6
    n. d. inaudible tape #3 0299-e
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    n. d. inaudible tape #4 [board meeting or panel discussion] 0299-f