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Roller Family Papers, 1828-1974, Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, Va.
The Roller Family Papers were received by the Virginia Historical Society in 1989 as the gift of Mrs. Elizabeth Henry (Roller) Bottimore. They were accessioned 25 September 1995.
Records of three generations of the Cabell family of "Inglewood," Variety Mills, Nelson co., Va., and two generations of the Roller family of Harrisonburg, Va.
Represented are George Washington Cabell (1802-1869), farmer and planter, and his wife, Mary Anne (Anthony) Cabell (1808-1868), daughter of Christopher Anthony, Jr. (1776-1835), attorney of Lynchburg, Va.; their son-in-law, Joseph Laidley (1829-1861); their daughter, Lucy Brown Cabell (1836-1911), called "Lucie," who never married; their son, Patrick Henry Cabell (1837-1907), called "Pat," professor at Lynchburg Military College, Superintendent of Schools for Nelson co., and employee of Southern Railway; Patrick Henry Cabell's wife, Elizabeth Willis Eubank (1843-1907), called "Bettie," daughter of Royal H. Eubank of Nelson co., Va.; and their children, Patrick Henry "Carey" Cabell (1864-1920), of Richmond, Va., lawyer and representative of the Travelers Insurance Company; Mary Caroline Cabell (1866-1942), called "Callie," a Hollins Institute graduate who ran a school at the family home, "Inglewood"; Anne Woolston (Cabell) Flowers (1869-1958), graduate of the State Female Normal School at Farmville, Va. [now Longwood College], who married Charles H. Flowers of Vandemere, N.C.; Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller (1871-1914), called "Lily," teacher, who married John Edwin Roller of Harrisonburg, Va.; George Washington Cabell (1873-1943), of "Inglewood," Nelson co., Va., farmer and justice of the peace, graduate of the Virginia Military Institute who later studied law at the University of Virginia and ran, with his sister, Mary Caroline Cabell, the Inglewood school; Margaret "Etta" (Cabell) Matthews (1876-1969), who attended the State Female Normal School at Farmville, Va. [now Longwood College], and taught at schools in western Virginia, married the Rev. Nathan Matthews, Anglican missionary and priest from Newfoundland and lived with him in Liberia, South Carolina, Tennessee and Massachusetts; Royal Eubank Cabell (1878-1950), who attended Roanoke College, Salem, Va., Princeton University, the University of Virginia, and Richmond College (now the University of Richmond), lawyer of Richmond, Va., later U.S. Postmaster of Richmond, 1906-1909, and Commissioner of Internal Revenue under President Theodore Roosevelt before returning to Richmond to resume his law practice; and Somers Eubank Cabell (1885-1919), who studied electrical engineering at Virginia Polytechnic Institute at Blacksburg, Va., and later worked for General Electric and the Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke Company.
Also represented are Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller's husband, John Edwin Roller (1844-1918), prominent lawyer of Harrisonburg, Va., Confederate veteran, instructor at the Virginia Military Institute, which he attended, and active member of the Republican Party; his daughters by his first marriage, Frances Lewis (Roller) Grattan, called "Lewie," of Harrisonburg, Va., and Margaret Stuart (Roller) Cannady Ogilvie Merryman, called "Marco," of Harrisonburg, Va., and W. Va.; and his daughters with Lucy Brown Cabell, "Lucy Cabell" Roller (1899-1949) of Harrisonburg and Richmond, Va., who attended Randolph-Macon Women's College and Columbia University; Elizabeth Henry (Roller) Bottimore (1902-1993) of Harrisonburg and Richmond, Va., who attended Chatham Hall, Randolph-Macon Women's College, and Wellesley College, and married William Gordon Bottimore of Richmond and Glens Falls, N.Y.; and Anne Woolston (Roller) Pyle (1904-1977) of Richmond, Va., who attended Chatham Hall and Wellesley College and married Wilfred Pyle (b. ca. 1907), son of artist Howard Pyle.
Also included are scattered letters of the Micklem, Eubank, Calwell, and related families.
Chiefly the papers of Elizabeth Willis (Eubank) Cabell, her daughters Mary Caroline Cabell and Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller, Lucy's husband, John Edwin Roller, and Lucy and John's daughter, Elizabeth Henry (Roller) Bottimore, consisting primarily of correspondence among the various members of the Cabell family.
Elizabeth Willis (Eubank) Cabell's correspondence with her nine children documents their attendance at various Virginia universities, their work as lawyers, teachers, and engineers, their marriages and the births of their children, and her domestic activities running the large household at Inglewood and the taking of summer boarders.
Papers of Mary Caroline Cabell include correspondence with her siblings concerning the activities of various family members, social events in Nelson County, and the running of the Inglewood school.
Papers of Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller include correspondence with female family members and friends concerning her marriage, the births of her daughters, the activities of her Cabell relatives, and her involvement with several patriotic societies.
Papers of John Edwin Roller consist primarily of correspondence concerning his plans to run for election to the Virginia House of Delegates in 1872, and, after his marriage in 1896, the well-being of his wife and daughters, especially the activities of daughters Frances and Margaret while attending the Woman's College, Frederick, Md. [now Hood College], and Virginia Female Institute, Staunton, Va.
Papers of Elizabeth Henry (Roller) Bottimore consist mainly of correspondence with aging Cabell and Roller relations and with friends in America and abroad while she lived in Glens Falls, N.Y., and concern her social life and family news.
The papers of the Cabell and Roller families are arranged into series as follows: Series 1. George Washington Cabell (1802-1869) account book, 1833-1839. Series 2. Mary Anne (Anthony) Cabell (1808-1868) commonplace book, 1828-1834. Series 3. Joseph Laidley (1829-1861) diary, 1853. Series 4. Lucy Brown Cabell (1836-1911) papers, including correspondence, 1854-1906; accounts, 1882-1893; commonplace book, 1849-1859; materials concerning Margaret Clifford Cabell (1835-1888), 1887-1888; and miscellaneous materials, 1852-1888. Series 5. Patrick Henry Cabell (1837-1907) papers, including correspondence, 1859-1906; accounts, 1898-1899; school materials, including school exercise books, 1854- 1858, commonplace book, 1858-1859, and class notes, 1858; and invitations, 1899-1906. Series 6. Elizabeth Willis (Eubank) Cabell (1843-1907) papers, including correspondence, 1897-1907; accounts; and miscellaneous materials. Series 7. Patrick Henry Carey Cabell (1864-1920) papers, including correspondence, 1896-1920; issues, 1877, of the Amateur Press, published in Monte Vista and Montreal, Va.; and miscellaneous materials. Series 8. Mary Caroline Cabell (1866-1942) papers, including correspondence, 1899-1940; financial materials, 1931-1932; school materials, 1853-1932; scrapbook; and miscellaneous materials. Series 9. Anne Woolston (Cabell) Flowers (1869-1958) correspondence, 1890-1951. Series 10. John Edwin Roller (1844-1918) papers, including correspondence, 1870-1916; financial materials, 1894-1918; historical manuscripts; school materials; and miscellaneous materials. Series 11. Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller (1871-1914) papers, including correspondence, 1888-1914; accounts, 1896-1912; materials concerning the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Virginia; materials concerning the Daughters of the American Revolution, Massanutten Chapter; invitations; visiting cards; and miscellaneous materials. Series 12. George Washington Cabell (1873-1943) papers, including correspondence, 1899-1920; and accounts, 1911-1914. Series 13. Margaret Etta (Cabell) Matthews (1876-1969) papers, including correspondence, 1888-1954; and miscellaneous materials. Series 14. Royal Eubank Cabell (1878-1950) correspondence, 1897-1912. Series 15. Somers Eubank Cabell (1885-1919) school materials, 1903-1904. Series 16. Frances Lewis (Roller) Grattan correspondence, 1897-1959. Series 17. Margaret Stuart (Roller) Cannady Ogilvie Merryman correspondence, 1899-1947; and school materials, 1897-1898. Series 18. Lucy Cabell Roller (1899-1949) correspondence, 1899-1947. Series 19. Elizabeth Henry (Roller) Bottimore (1902-1993) papers, including correspondence, 1927-1960; financial materials, 1955; certificates; commonplace books, 1942 and n.d.; invitations; and miscellaneous materials. Series 20. Anne Woolston (Roller) Pyle (1904-1977) correspondence, 1912-1959. Series 21. Miscellaneous Cabell, Micklem, and Roller family correspondence, 1872-1907.
Kept at "Inglewood," Nelson co., Va. Concerns farming operations and lumber trade. Includes short stories written by Lucy Brown Cabell (1836-1911).
Kept at "Inglewood," Nelson co., Va. Includes essays and lines of verse, chiefly on religious topics.
Kept in Richmond, Va., at Huguenot Springs, Powhatan co., Va., and on a railroad trip from Richmond to Boston, Mass. Concerns activities as an officer of the American Pharmaceutical Association. Also, includes lists of members of the American Pharmaceutical Association, notes, and accounts.
- Box 1Series 4.1: Correspondence, 1854-1906 (66 items).66 items
Include letters of Delphia Boudreaux (while serving with the Bienville Guards, Company C, 5th Louisiana Infantry Regiment, C.S.A., concerning the Chancellorsville Campaign, 1863), niece Anne Woolston (Cabell) Flowers (while away from home, teaching at Timberville, Va., Scotland, Ky., and Vandemere, N.C., concerning social life in Nelson co. and family news), William Henry Kinckle (concerning religious dedication), and niece Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller (after her marriage and removal to Harrisonburg, Va., concerning home life in both Nelson co. and Harrisonburg).
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.Correspondents include:Albin, Edgar W.Boudreaux, DelphiaBurkhardt, Jane Carr (Dunn)Cabell, George WashingtonCabell, Patrick Henry CareyCabell, Richard HawesCabell, Sallie J. LaidleyCabell, Samuel JordanEarly, Ruth HairstonEubank, Willis MiltonFlowers, Annie Woolston (Cabell)Kinckle, William HenryMatthews, Margaret Etta (Cabell)Miles, LaviniaRoller, Lucy Brown (Cabell)Roller, Lucy Cabell
- Box 1Series 4.2: Accounts: check stub book 1882-1893; 1887-18905 items
Concerns the account of Lucy Brown Cabell in the National Exchange Bank of Lynchburg, Va.
- Box 2Series 4.3: Commonplace book, 1849-18591 v.
Kept at "Inglewood," Nelson co., Va. Include lines of verse.
- Box 2Series 4.4: Materials relating to Margaret Clifford Cabell (1835-1888) 1887-188814 items
Materials relate to Margaret C. Cabell, while an inmate at the Western Lunatic Asylum (now Western State Hospital), Staunton, Va.
Include correspondence with C. J. Armistead, Margaret Clifford Cabell, Doctor Daniel Burr Conrad, Doctor Edward Carrington Fisher, Lizzie W. LeNeve, and George S. Walker.
- Box 2Series 4.5: Miscellaneous materials, 1852-188840 items
Include obituary notices of George Washington Cabell (1802-1869), Mary Anne (Anthony) Cabell (1808-1868), William Washington Cabell, Sarah Syme (Cabell) Laidley (1830-1862), Mrs. Sallie Morris, Harriet W. Steptoe, and Sarah Armistead (Garland) Waller; visiting cards of Lucy Brown Cabell and Sarah Syme (Cabell) Laidley; materials concerning the Louisiana State Lottery; recipes; and lines of verse.
- Box 3Series 5.1: Correspondence, 1859-190675 items
Correspondence of Patrick Henry Cabell of "Inglewood," Nelson co., Va., while serving as county superintendent of schools, and at Lynchburg, Va., while employed by the Southern Railway Company, chiefly with his wife, Elizabeth Willis (Eubank) Cabell, and daughters Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller and Mary Caroline Cabell. Of particular interest is a letter, 1862, of Mary Anne (Anthony) Cabell written prior to her death listing possessions to be distributed among her children; and a letter to J. W. Henley enclosed in a letter of Patrick Henry Carey Cabell concerning mineral rights and copper mines at "Inglewood" and other properties in Nelson Co.
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.Correspondents include:Cabell, Elizabeth Willis (Eubank)Cabell, George WashingtonCabell, John WillisCabell, Mary Anne (Anthony)Cabell, Mary CarolineCabell, Patrick Henry CareyCabell, Royal EubankCabell, Somers EubankCooley, Benjamin F.Flowers, Annie Woolston (Cabell)Flowers, Charles H.Hamilton, Robert S.Henley, J. W. See Cabell, Patrick Henry CareyHoy, David L. See Cabell, Royal EubankMatthews, Margaret Etta (Cabell)Roller, John EdwinRoller, Lucy Brown (Cabell)Ruffner, William HenrySouthern Railway CompanyVirginia State Board of Education
- Box 3Series 5.2: Accounts, 1898-18996 items
Kept in Lynchburg, Va.
- Box 3Series 5.3: School materials, 1854-18585 v. plus 4 loose items
Include notebooks and Latin and Greek exercise books, 1854-1858, kept as a student at Emory and Henry College, Emory, Va., and while teaching at Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, Va.; commonplace book, 1858-1859, kept while teaching at Lynchburg College; and notes, 1858, concerning graduates of Emory and Henry College and classes at Lynchburg College.
- Box 3Series 5.4.: Invitations, 1899-19068 items
Invitations to attend weddings and commencement ceremonies at the Episcopal Theological Seminary, Alexandria, Va.
- Boxes 4-6Series 6.1.: Correspondence, 1897-1907ca. 400 items
Correspondence of Elizabeth Willis "Bettie" (Eubank) Cabell, of "Inglewood," Variety Mills, Nelson co., Va., chiefly with her children and female relatives. Most non-family correspondence are letters of condolence for the deaths of various family members or requests for summer board.
Of particular interest are letters of John Willis Cabell while attending Roanoke College, Salem, Va., 1898-1900, and working on the construction of railroads in Kentucky and Tennessee, 1901-1907; Patrick Henry Carey Cabell of Richmond, Va., concerning his law practice, health, and family news; Royal Eubank Cabell while attending Princeton University and while in Richmond working as his brother Carey's law partner, often discussing his brother's health problems and business activities; Somers Eubank Cabell while attending Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Va., 1902-1906, and working as an electrical engineer in Schnectedy, N.Y., 1907; Annie Woolston (Cabell) Flowers concerning her employment as a teacher in Vandemere, N.C., 1903-1905; the Lorraine family of Richmond, Va., concerning mutual friends and relations; Margaret Etta (Cabell) Matthews while teaching school in Farmville and Salem, Va., in the late 1890s, and after her marriage to Rev. Nathan Matthews and move to Liberia, 1905-1907, describing the mission school and local customs; and Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller discussing her adjustment as stepmother to her husbands' teenage daughters, the birth of her own children, and servant problems.Correspondents include:EnvelopesUnidentifiedAlexander, Margaret Anthony (Palmer)Ayres, DavisAyres, LinaBarney, RosaBentley, Mary GreyBentley, Virginia LeeBillups, L. A.Braisley, Arthur L.Brown, Sarah Randolph (Cabell)Burkhardt, Jane Carr (Dunn)Cabell, Charles ElletCabell, George WashingtonCabell, John WillisCabell, Lillian Hoge (Lorraine)Cabell, Lucy GilmerCabell, Mary Holmes (McGuire)Cabell, Mary Virginia (Ellet)Cabell, Mary CarolineCabell, Patrick Henry CareyCabell, Royal Eubank See also Cabell, Patrick Henry CareyCabell, Somers EubankColeman, Frances Rutherfoord (Goodwin)Cutchins, Cary (Valentine)Darst, Thomas CampbellDe Soucy, PierreDillard, S. C.Dunn, Annie LewisDunn, Elizabeth Irvine (Anthony) See: Roller, Lucy Brown (Cabell)Dunn, Susie Lamb (Hill)Early, Mary Washington (Cabell)Elsom, Anna Louise (Shepherd)Emerson, Jane P.Eubank, Elias NewmanEubank, LouiseEubank, Mollie M. (Purcell) See: Eubank, Otis A.Eubank, Otis A.Eubank, Sidney P.Fitzpatrick, J. F.Flowers, Anne Woolston (Cabell)Flowers, Charles H.Flowers, W. A.Ford, T. W. (Mrs.)Gardner, Alice Jane (Mosby)Gentry, John Edwin RollerGillespie, EllieGoode, ElvueHarris, L. W.Herrell, Hallie (Eubank)Higginbotham, Mary Ida (Day)Higginbotham, Mary Frances ColemanHolladay, Sallie Syme (Ayres)Hoofnagle, Lillie G. (Carrington)Hutson, Daisy H.Jamar, Annie RobertsJohnson, Eliza D.Johnson, Emma A.Lorraine, Emma LouiseLorraine, Martha Evelyn (Bohannon)Lorraine, Mary Eloise (Moore)Lorraine, Wellford BohannonMcCue, Lavinia M.McDunnough, Ethel DavisonMathews, Jessie Woods (Higginbotham)Matthews, Margaret Etta (Cabell)Meier, A. (Mrs.)Merryman, Margaret Stuart (Roller) Cannaday OgilvieMicklem, Margaret Etta (Eubank)Moore, Cary Ann (Coleman)Morton, Blanche (McKay)Myers, Nellie L.Palmer, Alice Winston (Cabell)Pence, Mary Hagey (Wunder)Repass, Laeta Moore (Goodwin)Riggan, S. G.Roller, John EdwinRoller, Lucy Brown (Cabell)Roller, Lucy CabellSaunders, O. Lee See: Roller, Lucy Brown (Cabell) (1905)Seddon, Elvira Bruce (Cabell)Sessoms, Virginia Constance (Quarles)Shipman, Sarah Louise (Johnson)Shipman, William JordanSimpson, Emma B.Simpson, Mary GraceSkinner, Emma (Ayres)Taylor, George BraxtonTucker, Anna J.Valentine, Allen WilsonValentine, Sally Cary (Finch)Whelan, Anna La Mott (McClelland)Wilson, Aggy P.Wilson, Edward F.
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.
Box 4: A-Cabell, Patrick Henry
Box 5: Cabell, Royal Eubank - J
Box 6: L - end
- Box 6Series 6.2.: Accounts and miscellaneous materials 1901-1906
Including visiting cards, recipe, notes on health care, and lines of verse.
- Box 7Series 7.1.: Correspondence, 1896-192042 items
Correspondence of Patrick Henry "Carey" Cabell, chiefly with his brothers and sisters. Letters, 1899-1907, to George Washington Cabell of Inglewood, Nelson co., Va., concern purchases of supplies for the farm and advice on farming and land transactions. Letters, 1897-1920[?], to Mary Caroline Cabell of Inglewood discuss family activities, Carey's health, and his engagements to Ethel Davison McDunnough of Montreal, Canada, in 1900 (later broken) and Mrs. Anne (Renfro) Tomlinson of Philadelphia, Pa., whom he married just months before his death in 1920. Letters, 1913-1918, to Mrs. Mary Hunter of Pendleton, Va., indicate the existence of a close friendship and mutual admiration. Letters, 1896-1912, to Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller of Harrisonburg, Va., include a letter, 1899 May 31, announcing Carey's engagement to Ethel Davison McDunnough and giving information about her background, and a letter, 1900 March 16, enclosing a sketch by Carey of Samuel Jordan Cabell (1756-1818).
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.Correspondents include:Cabell, George WashingtonCabell, Mary CarolineCabell, Somers EubankFlowers, Anne Woolston (Cabell)Eichelberger, Harry D.Hunter, Mary (Mrs.)Roller, Lucy Brown (Cabell)Roller, Lucy CabellTalley, Robert H.
- Box 7Series 7.2.: Amateur Press, Monte Vista and Montreal, Va., 1877 May - October9 items
"A lively little journal edited and printed entirely by boys." Percy G. Elsom, editor; Patrick Henry Carey Cabell, associate editor.
- Box 7Series 7.3.: Miscellaneous materials3 items
Includes a bookplate, business card, and program for University of Virginia Public Day exercises, 1890 July 2, listing Patrick Henry Carey Cabell as receiving a Bachelor of Law degree.
- Boxes 8-12Series 8.1.: Correspondence, 1899-1940ca. 600 items
Correspondence of Mary Caroline "Callie" Cabell, primarily with female family members and friends. Many letters are condolences for the deaths of various family members, including Patrick Henry Cabell (1907), Elizabeth Willis (Eubank) Cabell (1907), Lucy Brown Cabell (1911), Somers Eubank Cabell (1919), Patrick Henry Carey Cabell (1920), and Ann Elizabeth (Moore) Cabell (1932). Also included are letters from the parents of students at the Inglewood school, chiefly concerning arrivals and departures and fees.
Prominent correspondents include Elizabeth Henry (Roller) Bottimore (early letters are from Mary Caroline at Inglewood, Nelson co., Va., to Elizabeth as a child living in Harrisonburg; later letters are from Elizabeth in Richmond, Va., just before and after her marriage. Topics include family activities in Nelson co., and activities of Elizabeth and her sisters Lucy Cabell Roller and Anne Woolston (Roller) Pyle), Elsie (Hughes) Cabell (of Tom's Creek, Va., wife of Somers Eubank Cabell, discussing their courtship, marriage, and family life), John Willis Cabell (while attending Roanoke College, Salem, Va., 1899-1900, teaching and working for railroads in Kentucky, 1900-1902, and living in Charlotte, N.C., with his family, 1920-1921), Royal Eubank Cabell (while attending Princeton University, 1898, working as a lawyer in Richmond, Va., as Commissioner of Internal Revenue in Washington, D.C., and after his return to his Richmond law practice, concerning the health of his brother, Patrick Henry Carey Cabell, the activities of the Roller children and the settlement of John Edwin Roller's estate, and family news), Somers Eubank Cabell (while attending Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1903-1906, and working for General Electric in Schnectady, N.Y.), Annie Woolston (Cabell) Flowers (while teaching in Kentucky and Vandemere, N.C., detailing life in Nelson co., illnesses among family members, plans for family weddings, including hers in 1905, and her life in Vandemere after her marriage), Margaret Etta (Cabell) Matthews (chiefly from early in her marriage to Rev. Nathan Matthews and while living in Liberia, and later while living in Danvers, Mass., concerning her husband's abuse and her quandary over whether to leave him), Anne Woolston (Roller) Pyle (early letters concern her childhood in Harrisonburg, Va., and, after her mother's death in 1914, her education and social life in Richmond, Va.), Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller (chiefly after her marriage to John E. Roller and while living in Harrisonburg, Va., letters written to her from Mary Caroline concerning life in Nelson co., including the comings and goings of Cabell and Micklem family members and boarders, marriages, illnesses, deaths, servant troubles, the activities of sister Margaret Etta (Cabell) Matthews, including her return from Africa for the births of her children, requests for the purchase of various items of clothing, and the well-being of Lucy's three daughters), and Lucy Cabell Roller (while living as a child in Harrisonburg, Va., and after the deaths of her parents, at school and living in Richmond, Va.).
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.Correspondents include:UnidentifiedBates, MinnieBottimore, Elizabeth Henry (Roller)Boyce, H. G.Bradshaw, Katherine E. S.Brown, Sarah Randolph (Cabell)Burkhardt, Jane Carr (Dunn)Cabell, Anne E.Cabell, Anne Elizabeth (Moore)Cabell, Anne (Renfro) TomlinsonCabell, Charles LorraineCabell, Charles PatrickCabell, Edmonia ElizabethCabell, Elsie (Hughes)Cabell, George WashingtonCabell, John W.Cabell, Lillian Hoge (Lorraine)Cabell, Louisa WithersCabell, Lucy GilmerCabell, MargaretCabell, MaryCabell, Royal EubankCabell, Samuel JordanCabell, Sallie J. LaidleyCabell, Somers EubankCalloway, Patrick HenryColeman, Frances LeBaronColeman, RutherfoordColeman, Samuel HenryCook, W. E. (Mrs.)Dawson, Gertrude H.Dortch, Jeffress SamuelDunn, Susie Lamb (Hill)Eichelberger, Lillie M.Field, John P.Flowers, Anne Woolston (Cabell)Flowers, Charles H.Gardner, Francis Kinlock NelsonGardner, Virginia CabellGlover, Emma S.Grattan, Frances Lewis (Roller)Guy, ScottHerrell, Hattie (Eubank)Horsley, Clara LeeHorsley, Eliza RichardsonJames, Caroline Elizabeth (Micklem)Kirkpatrick, Lorraine (Mrs.)Lawson, Ethel M.Lee, Virginia L.Lemmon, Edward TravisLienan, Oscar B.Lorraine, CharlesMcDunnough, Ethel DavisonMason, Bessie H.Mason, S. B.Massie, BarksdaleMassie, William WithersMathews, Jessie Woods (Higginbotham)Matthews, Margaret Etta (Cabell)Matthews, Patrick CabellMicklem, AliceMoore, Robert T.Morton, Blanche (Mckay)Moss, Helen Carlton (Gardner)Mundy, C. D.Mundy, Ida C.Palmer, Alice Winston (Cabell)Pence, Mary GertrudePhillips, GilliePyle, Anne Woolston (Roller)Randolph, Louisa H.Repass, Laeta Moore (Goodwin)Rich, Arnold HoyerRich, Ruth (Moncure) See Rich, Arnold HoyerRoller, John EdwinRoller, Lucy Brown (Cabell)Roller, Lucy CabellSheringham, Helen F.Sidbury, Helen M.Simpson, MarySimpson, WalterTaylor, George BraxtonTurpin, Edna Henry LeeValentine, Sally Cary (Finch)Waters, Louisa AndersonWhelan, Anna La Mott (McClelland)Winold, Susie A.Wormeley, Lucy DuValYonce, Jo (Mrs.)Daughters of the American Revolution. Virginia. Massanutton ChapterLynchburg National Bank & Trust Co., Lynchburg, Va.Miller & Roads, Incorporated, Richmond, Va.Nelson Parish, Nelson co., Va.Traveler's Insurance Company, Hartford, Conn.
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent:
Box 8: A - Cabell
Box 9: Calloway - L
Box 10: M - P
Box 11: R - Roller, Lucy Brown (Cabell)
Box 12: Roller, Lucy Cabell - end
- Box 13Series 8.2.: Financial materials, 1931-193215 items
Include scattered accounts and a check stub book.
- Box 13Series 8.3.: School materials, 1853-19327 items
Include an account book, 1915-1916, for the Inglewood school; an issue of "The Album," student magazine published by Hollins Institute, 1883; and Mitchell's School Atlas (Philadelphia, 1853).
- Box 13Series 8.4.: Scrapbook n.d.
Contains engravings, lines of verse, and prose.
- Box 13Series 8.5.: Miscellaneous materialsca. 100 items
Includes calling cards, wedding invitations, tombstone inscriptions, and advertising materials.
Correspondence of Anne Woolston (Cabell) Flowers, chiefly with her sisters, Margaret Etta (Cabell) Matthews (concerning her life in Africa, 1904), and Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller (including letters to Lucy from Anne describing her teaching experiences in Timberville, Va., Scotland, Ky., and Vandemere, N.C.).
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.
- Boxes 15-18Series 10.1.: Correspondence, 1870-1916ca. 400 items
Correspondence of Gen. John Edwin "Ned" Roller, chiefly falling into two periods, 1870-1872, concerning Roller's plans to run for election to the Virginia House of Delegates, and 1895-1916, concerning his marriage in 1896 to Lucy Brown Cabell, and after, concerning his family life. Many correspondents from the earlier period give details of political sentiment on the local level (see William Withers Adams, William B. W. Brooking, Henry B. Harnsberger, Henry Marcellus Keyser, John Marshall McCue, William Merry Perkins, E. D. Pettit, Charles Summerville Rohr, Lawrence Royster, Ezra Eugenius Stickley, William Harrison Triplett, John Richard Wingfield, Charles Junius Woodson, and others). Non-family letters from the later period are typically letters of congratulations on his marriage.
Letters to Lucy Brown Cabell during their courtship discuss the objections of Roller's teenage daughters to their marriage, the age difference between Roller and Lucy, and Lucy's father's objections to the proposed marriage settlement. Letters after their marriage are chiefly exchanged while Roller is traveling on business and during Lucy's annual visits to her family at Inglewood, Nelson co., and discuss their children and domestic issues.
Letters to Roller from daughters Frances Lewis (Roller) Grattan and Margaret Stuart (Roller) Cannady Ogilvie Merryman concern their attendance at Woman's College, Frederick, Md. (now Hood College), in particular social activities and financial needs. Letters from Roller to daughters Elizabeth Henry (Roller) Bottimore, Anne Woolston (Roller) Pyle, and Lucy Cabell Roller contain family news and fatherly advice while they are away visiting Cabell relatives.
Also included is scattered correspondence with Roller's brothers, Oliver Brown Roller, Peter Samuel Roller, Robert Douglas Roller, and William Wirt Roller, largely concerning the financing of their respective educations. Oliver attended the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va. Peter attended Augusta Military Academy. Robert attended the Episcopal Theological Seminary of Virginia.
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.Correspondents include:Adams, William WithersApple, Gertrude (Harner)Ashby, John WoodvilleBlume, JackBoteler, Alexander RobinsonBottimore, Elizabeth Henry (Roller)Bradford, Taliaferro C.Brooking, William B. W.Brown, AlexanderBrown, D. D.Brown, Oliver MatthewsCabell, Anne Elizabeth (Moore)Campbell, James LawrenceCampbell, Samuel SpriggCarichoff, Lewis A.Clarke, Bettie J.Comer, ChristianConrad, Edward SmithCosby, H. P.Craun, John SamuelDaniel, John WarwickDanner, MargaretEchols, EdwardEllington, R. J.Ergenbright, R. R.FauntLeRoy, Emily HenryFitzsimons, J. F.Flannagan, William WalkerFleming, James P.French, Samuel BassettFunk, P. G.Funkhouser, Robert DanielGilkeson, FrancisGordon, Armistead C.Gordon, Lulu E.Grabill, John H.Grattan, Frances Lewis (Roller)Grim, WilliamGrimsley, Daniel AmonGum, John E.Guy, John HenryHale, Giles William BruceHanger, James MarshallHannah, Samuel BaldwinHarnsberger, Henry B.Harris, FrederickHelms, R. A.Hendrick, D. S.Heneberger, Lucy B.Hickman, Joseph T. (Dr.)Hinde, HughHoge, Charles E.Holladay, Alexander QuarlesHuffman, EmanuelIsaacs, Sallie E. (Roller) RichardsonJones, Hilary PollardJones, John Robert See Huffman, EmanuelKeyser, Henry MarcellusLeake, Andrew KeanLetcher, Samuel HoustonLewis, John FrancisMcCue, John MarshallMacQueary, Emma Clarkson (Harris)Martin, Helen ReimensnyderMeem, John GawMerryman, Margaret Stuart (Roller) Cannaday OgilvieMichie, [?]Miller, Edwin LunnMinor, Carter Nelson BerkeleyMoffett, P. B.Morris, James ChestonOdell, W. S.Page, Thomas NelsonPatterson, Benjamin G.Pence, MiltonPerkins, William MerryPettit, E. D.Pettit, William BeverlyPreston, Robert JohnPyle, Ann Woolston (Roller)Richardson, William HarvieRiddell, Thomas J.Rohr, HarrisonRohr, Charles SummervilleRohr, William S.[Roller, Edwin]Roller, Lucy Brown (Cabell)Roller, Lucy CabellRoller, Oliver BrownRoller, Peter SamuelRoller, Robert DouglasRoller, William WirtRoot, E. D.Royal, William LawrenceRoyster, LawrenceScott, William WallaceSmith, Francis LeeSpangler, S. S.Spindle, Robert H.Spitler, MannStickley, Ezra EugeniusStonesifer, James B.Strasburger, [?]Stribling, Francis TaliaferroStringfellow, Franklin See Roller, Robert DouglasStuart, Flora (Cooke)Trevey, Jacob CowanTriplett, William HarrisonTurley, C. M.Walker, Charles DuyWalker, Richard FrederickWhite, William L.Wingfield, John RichardWoods, MicajahWoodson, Charles JuniusWoolston, Clarence HerbertWright, Thomas Roane BarnesYoung, William TownsendLauriat (Charles E.) Company, Boston, Mass.Friends of Greeley & Brown, Luray, Va.Marshall Literary Society, Mercersburg College, Pa.Centennial Committee of Philadelphia, Pa.Republican Party. Congressional Executive CommitteeSettlers' And Immigrants' Aid Society, Norfolk, Va.Virginia. Auditor of Public AccountsVirginia Historical Society, Richmond, Va.Virginia. Military institute, Lexington, Va.Walsh (Rees) Law & General Bookseller, Philadelphia, Pa.
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent:
Box 15: A - G
Box 16: H - Roller, Edwin
Box 17: Roller, Lucy Brown
Box 18: Roller, Lucy Cabell - end
- Box 19Series 10.2.: Financial materials, 1894-191815 items
Includes accounts, 1894-1918, chiefly with Harrisonburg, Va., merchants, and including protests, 1912, against a note given to Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller.
- Box 19Series 10.3.: School materials 1866, n.d.5 items
Includes a list of students in Roller's class at the Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va.; and examination questions from law classes at the University of Virginia, 1866.
- Box 19Series 10.4.: Historical manuscripts 1824, 1835, 18684 items
Includes scattered letters of David Crockett, Browns Hotel, [Tex.], 1835; Samuel Houston, Washington, D.C., 1824; and William Gilmore Simms, Charleston, S.C., and New York, N.Y, 1868.
- Box 19Series 10.5.: Miscellaneous materialsca. 50 items
Includes wedding invitations, dinner invitations, commencement invitations for Woman's College of Frederick, Md. (now Hood College) and the Virginia Female Institute, Staunton, Va. (now Stuart Hall), responses to invitations, calling cards, and commissions, 1866 and 1868, appointing Roller vice-president of Mt. Crawford and Rockingham co. councils, Virginia State Council of the Friends of Temperance.
- Boxes 20-26Series 11.1.: Correspondence, 1888-1914ca. 800 items
Correspondence of Lucy Brown "Lily" (Cabell) Roller of Harrisonburg, Va., chiefly with her family and female friends discussing family activities (marriages, births, and deaths), social activities, and visits. Prominent correspondents include her daughter Elizabeth Henry (Roller) Bottimore (while accompanying her father, John Edwin Roller, on trips west, 1907 and 1908, and visiting the Cabells at "Inglewood," Nelson co., Va.), brother John Willis Cabell (while living at "Inglewood," Nelson co., Va., attending Roanoke College, Salem, Va., while working on railroads in Tennessee, and in Richmond, Va., working for his brother, Patrick Henry Carey Cabell, lawyer for the Travelers Insurance Company, concerning news of family and friends, social activities in Nelson co., railroad construction in Tennessee, and his engagement to Anne Elizabeth "Bessie" Moore); sister-in-law Lillian Hoge (Lorraine) Cabell (of Richmond, Va., and Washington, D.C., wife of Royal Eubank Cabell, discussing her children and social life in Richmond; letter of 1905 November 19 includes illustrations of children in various poses); cousin Lucy G. Cabell (of Norwood, Wingina, and "Union Hill," Nelson co., Va., giving news of Cabell relations, discussing the health of her invalid mother and brother-in-law, and discussing her embroidery work), cousin Mary Holmes (McGuire) Cabell (of Waynesboro, Va., concerning her domestic life), Virginia C. Gardner (of Valley Farm, Broaddus, Va., and other places, concerning her work as a school teacher, her recreational reading, mutual friends, clothing, social activities, the births of Lucy's children, and various Cabell marriages), Minnie (Cox) Graham (while visiting Summerville, S.C., and Rockbridge Alum Springs, Va., and while living at Tazewell, Va., after her marriage to Judge Samuel Cecil Graham, concerning her social activities at Rockbridge Alum Springs, her views on Arctic exploration, her decision to break her engagement in order to accept Judge Graham's proposal, her wedding plans, and the birth of a daughter); step-daughter Frances Lewis "Lewie" (Roller) Grattan (while attending the Woman's College, Frederick, Md. [now Hood College], 1896-1897, and visiting relatives along the Eastern seaboard, concerning school life, clothing, and social activities), Lucy Bailey Heneberger (of Harrisonburg, Va., concerning the Massanutten Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution), cousin Caroline Elizabeth "Carrie" (Micklem) James (of "Roseland," Nelson co., Va., and at "Inglewood," Nelson co., Va., while attending Mary Caroline Cabell's school, discussing family life), sister Margaret "Etta" (Cabell) Matthews (while living with her missionary husband at Cape Mount and St. John's Station, Liberia, describing her daily life in Africa, 1904-1906 and 1909-1910, and while living at home at "Inglewood," Nelson co., Va., discussing family news), stepdaughter Margaret "Marco" Stuart (Roller) Cannady Ogilvie Merryman (while attending Woman's College, Frederick, Md. [now Hood College] and Virginia Female Institute, Staunton, Va., discussing school life, clothing and social activities), sister-in-law Caroline (Booker) Roller (of Charleston, W. Va., wife of Rev. Robert Douglas Roller, discussing family life), daughter Lucy Cabell Roller (during visits to Cabell relatives in Nelson co., Va., discussing social activities and family news), and Emma Louise (Lorraine) Sanders (of Richmond, Va., discussing social and family life and the activities of Frances Lewis (Roller) Grattan).
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.Correspondents include:UnidentifiedAct, Elizabeth HansonAmiss, John B. (Mrs.)Anderson, Joseph ReidArmentrout, H. A.Ayres, Andrew HartAyres, Davis (Mr. and Mrs.)Baer, Emma M.Baer, M. G.Bayless, D. B.Beery, NoraBentley, Elizabeth LeeBentley, Mary GrayBentley, Virginia LeeBottimore, Elizabeth Henry (Roller)Bradley, SueBriscoe, D. L.Brooking, Esther F. C.Brooking, RosaBrooking, Robert U.Brown, AlexanderBrown, Mayo CabellBrown, Sarah Randolph (Cabell)Burkhardt, William HulliherCabell, AliceCabell, Caroline A.Cabell, George WashingtonCabell, John WillisCabell, Lillian Hoge (Lorraine)Cabell, Louisa WithersCabell, Lucy GilmerCabell, Mary Holmes (McGuire)Cabell, Royal EubankCabell, Ruth HolmesCabell, Sallie Jordan LaidleyCabell, Somers EubankCabell, Virginia LehewCall, Lucy LeeCalwell, AlbertaCalwell, Frances Antoinette (Roller)Cannaday, John EgertonCarter, Bettie J. C.Clarke, Bettie J.Clarken, Alice ShriverColeman, Frances Rutherfoord (Goodwin)Conrad, Mary LynnCornell, Josepha R.Cornell, Mary E.Cornell, Mary L.Cowan, S. AliceDean, MattieDean, WilliamDechert, Bessiede Soucy, PierreDevier, C.Devier, HortenseDunn, Annie LewisEarly, Mollie J.Echard, CarolynneEichelberger, Lillie M.Ellis, Josiah R.Ellis, Lucy A. W.Elsom, Anna Louise (Shepherd)Fauntleroy, Bettie S.Fauntleroy, Mary B.[Firth], Roberta L.Fitzpatrick, J.Funkhouser, A. P. (Mrs.)Gantt, N. HorsleyGardner, Virginia ConstanceGentry, John Edwin RollerGibson, Robert A.Gilham, John A. P.Glover, AdaGoodwin, Ella HarvieGoodwin, E. L.Goodwin, Lettie R.Graham, Minnie (Cox)Grattan, Frances Lewis (Roller)Gwatkin, W. E.Haas, T. N. (Mrs.)Hanckel, William C.Harris, AnnaHarris, Elizabeth RandolphHeath, F. E. R.Heetzel, Susan R.Hendrick, Elizabeth C.Hendrick, ReeHeneberger, Lucy BaileyHenry, R. R.Herring, Charles GriffinHerring, Elizabeth GouldHerring, LillianHerring, MaryHigginbotham, Mary Frances ColemanHill, Annie A.Hoffman, [?] (Mrs.)Holladay, Syme AyresHollingsworth, C. M.Hollingsworth, CharlesHotchkiss, AliceHubard, Alice WilsonHubard, Isa C.Hubard, Lila C.Isaacs, Sallie E. (Roller) RichardsonJackson, H. M.James, Caroline Elizabeth (Micklem)John, EdithJohnson, Ella M.Jones, LauraLanders, Emma C.Lewis, J. M.Lewis, M. BottsLoewner, A. W.Logan, Bettie C. See Logan, MargaretLogan, Conrad T.Logan, MargaretLorraine, Charles CabellLorraine, Martha Evelyn BohannonLorraine, Wellford BohannonMcCabe, Cora RossMcClelland, E. L. (Mr. and Mrs.)McKay, Roberta FirstMcVeigh, Charles S.Marko, HelenMartz, Stella BowcockMash, Emily M.Mason, Robert I.Mathewes, Mary HubardMatthews, Jessie Woods (Higginbotham)Matthews, Margaret Etta (Cabell)Merryman, Margaret Stuart (Roller) Cannaday OgilvieMicklem, AliceMicklem, BellaMicklem, ErnestMicklem, Margaret Etta (Eubank) See Micklem, EarnestMilburn, EtherbertMosby, Ella F.Moss, Helen Carlton (Gardner)Neff, B. M.Nicodemus, A. W.Ott, Elizabeth E.Palmer, Alice CabellPalmer, MargaretPattison, Marguerite S.Pattison, Mary StuartPaul, BessiePaul, K. S.Paul, Virginia MarionPaxton, Isabella CrenshawPence, Caroline HeaterPence, GertrudePence, Lizzie E.Pence, M[amie] N.Pence, SalliePoints, William J.Price, MaryProctor, Sallie J.Prugh, Charlotte A.Pugh, BessiePurcell, Bessie HeatonPyle, Anne Woolston (Roller)Ranson, Eleanor S.Richardson, Sarah BradfordRobertson, Ellen Booker (Roller)Robinson, Caroline May (Roller)Robinson, Evelyn C.Rodes, Adeline V.Rodgers, Lucy HookeRoller, AlbertaRoller, Caroline (Booker)Roller, Lucy CabellRoller, Robert DouglasRothget, [?] (Mrs.)Rutherfoord, Jane M.St. John, Edith (Mrs.)Sanders, Emma Louise (Lorraine)Schmidt, Marie L.Seddon, ElsieSeddon, Elvira Bruce (Cabell)Shacklett, FannieSimpson, Mabel MargaretSipe, Marion M.Smiley, Cora L.Smith, Essie W.Smith, HenriettaSprinkel, W. G.Stringfellow, FrankStuart, Flora (Cooke)Tantum, W. R. (Mrs.)Valentine, Sally Cary (Finch)Van Lear, [?]Van Pelt, R. A.Waddill, MattieWhite, RobertWiley, Georgia B.Wilson, AliceWilson, Edward F.Woodward, Anna B.Wunder, GraceYerger, O. M.Bailey, Banks & Biddle Co., Philadelphia, Pa.Bayless Stove & Range Co., Cincinnati, OhioCentury Co., Union Square, N.Y.Churchman Company, New York, N.Y.Emmanuel Protestant Episcopal Church, Harrisonburg, Va.Ferguson (L. M.), Columbus, OhioHiggins & Seither, New York, N.Y.Hines (Junius) & Son Baltimore, Md.Knox (Charles B.), Johnstown, N.Y.Low (D.) & Co., Salem, Mass.Meserole (W. A.) & Bro., Harrisonburg, Va.Nichols (Miss J. D.), Commissionaire, Philadelphia, Pa.Palais Royal, Washington, D.C.Paul Revere Memorial Association, Boston, Mass.Wanamaker (John), Philadelphia, Pa.Wells (Miss), Church Embroidery, Geneva, N.Y.West (Geo. M.) co. (Richmond, Va.)Woodward & Lothrop, Washington, D.C.
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent:
Box 20: A - B
Box 21: Cabell
Box 22: Call - Gardner
Box 23: Gentry - J
Box 24: L - N
Box 25: O - Rodgers
Box 26: Roller - end
- Box 27Series 11.2.: Accounts, 1896-191238 items
Chiefly with Harrisonburg, Va., merchants for a variety of household items.
- Box 27Series 11.3.: Materials concerning the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Virginia. 1897-191235 items
Include Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller's applications, dues notices, and correspondence, chiefly meeting announcements.
- Box 27Series 11.4.: Materials concerning the Daughters of the American Revolution, Massanutten Chapter. 1898-19145 items
Include a resolution, 1914, on the death of Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller.
- Box 27Series 11.5.: Invitations n.d.17 items
Invitations to weddings and graduations, and regrets to a party hosted by Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller and John Edwin Roller.
- Box 27Series 11.6.: Visiting cards n.d.ca. 100 items
Include several of Lucy Brown (Cabell) Roller's before her marriage, and cards of visitors to the Rollers during their first year in Harrisonburg, Va. (ca. 100 items).
- Box 27Series 11.7.: Miscellaneous materials n.d.5 items
Include contracts and estimates for house repairs, and embroidery patterns.
- Box 28Series 12.1.: Correspondence, 1899-192026 items
Correspondence of George Washington Cabell of "Inglewood," Nelson co., Va., farmer and justice of the peace. Chiefly letters of condolence for the deaths of his parents, Patrick Henry Cabell (d. 1907) and Betty Willis (Eubank) Cabell (d. 1907), and brother Patrick Henry Carey Cabell (d. 1920). Prominent correspondents include brother Royal Eubank Cabell (of Richmond, Va., while practicing law and working for the Liability Department, Traveler's Insurance Company) and sister Margaret Etta "Ettie" (Cabell) Matthews (of Danvers, Mass., concerning the illness of brother Patrick Henry Carey Cabell and her marital problems).
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.Correspondents include:Bates, MinnieBrown, Mayo CabellCabell, John WillisCabell, Mary Virginia (Ellet)Cabell, Royal EubankCabell, Somers EubankDavis, T. C.Dunn, C. C.Dunn, E. C.Dunn, R. A.Fitzpatrick, J. T.Gordon, Bennett T.Johnson, J. E.Matthews, Margaret Etta (Cabell)Plecker, W. A.Simpson, Mary GraceTurpin, John B.Independent Order of Odd Fellows. National Lodge #346 (Shipman, Va.)National Soapstone Co., New York, N.Y.Winn & Saunders, Broaddus, Va.
- Box 28Series 11.2.: Accounts, 1911-19142 items
Include a list of accounts from W. M. Miller & Son, Inc., Lynchburg, Va., given to George Washington Cabell for collection.
- Box 28Series 13.1.: Correspondence, 1888-195436 items
Correspondence of Margaret Etta "Ettie" (Cabell) Matthews, including letters from family and female friends, mostly concerning social and family life at "Inglewood," Nelson co., Va. Of particular interest are letters to nieces Elizabeth Henry (Roller) Bottimore and Lucy Cabell Roller, ca. 1905-1910, while Margaret and her husband, Nathan Matthews (1870-1936) were missionaries in Liberia.
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.Correspondents include:UnidentifiedElsie [?]Ethel [?]Mimmie [?]Bentley, Sallie P.Bottimore, Elizabeth Henry (Roller)Cabell, Elsie FrancisCabell, MargaretCabell, Royal EubankCabell, Somers EubankDonald, JosephineJames, Caroline Elizabeth (Micklem)Roller, Lucy CabellSeddon, Ella B. C.Shipman, Hattie[Theirdon], Catherine R.Witt, Annie
- Box 28Series 13.2.: Miscellaneous materials3 items
Include accounts, 1903, and an essay on "Fires," 1888.
Chiefly with niece Lucy Cabell Roller of Harrisonburg, Va., while Cabell was travelling to the West Coast. Of particular interest is a letter of Mrs. Thomas B. Land enclosing an advertisement for the Woodstock School, Mathews co., Va., 1899.
Include monthly reports from Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
Correspondence of Frances Lewis "Lewie" (Roller) Grattan, primarily with her half-sister, Elizabeth Henry (Roller) Bottimore, and other female relatives concerning family affairs. Included are two love-letters from P. Howell Lightfoot of Petersburg, Va., 1901.
- Box 29Series 17.1.: Correspondence, 1899-194721 items
Scattered correspondence of Margaret Stuart "Marco" (Roller) Cannady Ogilvie Merryman, including letters to her half-sisters, Elizabeth Henry (Roller) Bottimore, Anne Woolston (Roller) Pyle, and Lucy Cabell Roller (concerning the disposal of John Edwin Roller's library).UnidentifiedBottimore, Elizabeth Henry (Roller)Mason, H. NortonPyle, Anne Woolston (Roller) See Bottimore, Elizabeth Henry (Roller)Roller, Lucy Cabell
- Box 29Series 17.2.: School materials, 1897-18985 items
From Woman's College, Frederick, Md. [now Hood College] and Virginia Female Institute, Staunton, Va., including programs, grade reports, accounts, and an essay.
- Box 29Series 18.1.: Correspondence, 1899-194769 items
Correspondence of "Lucy Cabell" Roller (of Harrisonburg and Richmond, Va., and while attending Randolph-Macon Women's College, Lynchburg, Va.) with her sisters, Elizabeth Henry (Roller) Bottimore and Anne Woolston (Roller) Pyle, and female friends and relatives, chiefly discussing family and social activities. Includes letters, 1910-1911, from Doria S[?] concerning the Camp Fire Girls.
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.Correspondents include:UnidentifiedBottimore, Elizabeth Henry (Roller)Burkhardt, Elizabeth MelvilleCabell, Anne E.Cabell, Lucy GilmerCalloway, PatriciaDarley, Albert RollerDunn, EmmettEdmonds, CampbellEllis, Nannie P.Gardner, Virginia Cabell[Gatewood], MargaretGibson, [?]Graham, Minnie (Cox)Herring, [?]Jackson, John L.James, Caroline Elizabeth (Micklem)Levy, Helen M.Micklem, AliceMosby, Ella F.Pyle, Anne Woolston (Roller)Robinson, EvelynRoller, SaraS[?], DoriaStephenson, Susan C.Times-Dispatch, Richmond, Va.Virginia. State library, Richmond, Va.
- Box 29Series 18.2.: Miscellaneous materials4 items
Include account, 1937, with Sydnor & Hundley, Inc., Richmond, Va.; calling card bearing the Cabell coat of arms; newspaper clipping, n.d., announcing Lucy Cabell Roller's election as Commissioner of Girl Scouts in Richmond, Va.; and appraisal of personal property of the estate of Lucy C. Roller, Richmond, Va., 1949.
- Boxes 30-31Series 19.1.: Correspondence, 1927-1960133 items
Correspondence of Elizabeth Henry (Roller) Bottimore of Richmond, Va., and Glens Falls, N.Y., chiefly with female friends and relatives concerning social activities, political events, etc. Prominent correspondents include her mother-in-law, Mrs. John S. Bottimore (of Tazewell, Va.), aunt Annie Cabell (Roller) Flowers (of Inglewood, Nelson co., Va.), half-sister Frances Lewis (Roller) Grattan (of Harrisonburg, Va.), aunt Margaret Etta "Ettie" (Cabell) Matthews (while living in Arrington, Va.), sister Anne Woolston (Roller) Pyle (of Richmond, Va.), sister Lucy Cabell Roller (of Richmond, Va.), niece Lucy Cabell (Pyle) Sommerell (of Richmond, Va., and while attending Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass., and on a European tour), and Edna Turpin.
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.Correspondents include:UnidentifiedBessie [?]Bobby & Leo [?]Bruchie [?]Eleanor [?]Eloise [?]Elsa [?]Emily [?]Diane [?]Gertrude [?]Johns [?]Lucy [?]Margaret [?]Rosa [?]Anderson, Charles (Mrs.)Archer, William W. (Mrs.)Battey, Dorothy DewingBelk, Kathleen (Cabell)Bott, Bettie CabellBottimore, Elizabeth Henry (Roller)Bottimore, John S.Cabell, CharlesCabell, James BranchCabell, SallieCalloway, PatriciaCassell, Emma (Plecker)Clay, EddieCarnahan, KatherineChu, GraceConrad, Edward S. (Mrs.)Copping, Allan B.Danzell, Francis S. (Mrs.)Darley, Alberta RollerEdmunds, PatsyFauntleroy, Mary B.Freeman, Douglas SouthallGrattan, George Gilmer, IIIHalliburton, RichardHard, WalterHaskell, Alex C.[Henry], RebeccaHerring, HildegardeHerring, K. G.Hook, Clarke W.Johnson, PattieKeddy, [Latice]Lake, Helen [Bottimore]McLandress, SmithMarch, BobMatthews, HazelMatthews, Patrick CabellMitchell, S. C. (Mrs.)P[?], MaryParkinson, BetsyPoulen, Tina & Jim[Pyle], Anne R[oller]Pyle, Anne Woolston (Roller)[Pyle], HowardRoller, John EdwinS[?], M. M.S[?], Nonnie M.Sadler, HelenShahuck, RoseSomerville, LilaSommerell, Lucy Cabell (Pyle)[Tidman], P.Troubetzkoy, [?]Turpin, Edna Henry LeeVan Laer, EleanorWalcott, SarahWarnen, James M., IIIWillis, L. MaryFirst and Merchants National Bank, Richmond, Va.Johnston's Linens, Medin, N.Y.Loewner Granite & Marble Co., Inc.St. Paul's Church, Richmond, Va.Virginia. State Library, Richmond
Arranged alphabetically by correspondent:
Box 30: A - H
Box 31: J - end
- Box 32Series 19.2.: Financial materials, 1955, n.d.33 items
Include list of personal property belonging to the estate of Lucy Cabell Roller (1899-1949).
- Box 32Series 19.3.: Commonplace books, 1942, n.d.2 v.
Volume I (1942) contains notes on Christmas gifts and cards, household and gardening tips, [notes for a garden society]. Volume II (n.d.) contains notes on music, religion, canning of vegetables, and interior decorating.
- Box 32Series 19.4.: Invitations, announcements, etc., 1931-197614 items
Include announcement for the marriage of Elizabeth Henry Roller and William Gordon Bottimore, 1931; and invitation and program for the marriage of Kathleen Cabell to James Patrick Belk, 1976.
- Box 32Series 19.5.: Miscellaneous materials13 items
Include Certificate of confirmation, 1916 August 20, Christ Church (Episcopal), Norwood, Va.; certificate of marriage, Elizabeth Henry Roller to William Gordon Bottimore, 1931 February 14, St. Paul's Church (Episcopal), Richmond, Va.; notes, recipes, and Red Cross cards and certificates, ca. 1942.
Scattered correspondence of Anne Woolston (Roller) Pyle including correspondence with camp directors at Green Cove and Mondamin concerning her children, reports from Chatham Episcopal Institute, Chatham, Va., and a letter from Mrs. Margaret S. Rothert, Richmond, Va., enclosing a bank note on the Central Bank of Virginia signed by J. S. Roller.
Miscellaneous correspondence of various Cabell, Micklem and Roller family members, and others. Chiefly letters to Caroline Elizabeth (Micklem) James while attending school at "Inglewood," Nelson co., Va., including letters from John Willis Cabell, Lettie R. Goodwin, and Margaret Etta (Eubank) Micklem. Also included are letters of Anne Woolston (Cabell) Cabell to Margaret Clifford Cabell and Sallie Laidley Cabell; letter of Ellen B. (Roller) Robertson to Frances Antoinette (Roller) Calwell; and a letter from George S. Gibbs, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., 1873, to Robert Douglas Roller concerning the gaiety of fellow patrons of the springs. Caroline Elizabeth (Micklem) James correspondence is grouped together. All other correspondence alphabetically by author.