A Guide to the Mary-Cooke Branch Munford Papers, 1881-1935 Munford, Mary-Cooke Branch, 1881-1935, A Guide to the Papers of 28142

A Guide to the Mary-Cooke Branch Munford Papers, 1881-1935

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Accession Number 28142


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Repository
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Accession number
28142
Title
Mary-Cooke Branch Munford Papers, 1881-1935
Physical Characteristics
12.6 cubic feet (30 boxes)
Physical Location
Personal Papers Collection, Acc. 28142
Language
English

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Preferred Citation

Mary-Cooke Branch Munford Papers, 1881-1935. Accession 28142, Personal Papers Collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

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Biographical/Historical Information

Mary-Cooke Branch Munford was born in Richmond, Virginia on 15 September 1865. She was educated in Richmond and New York, and married Beverley Bland Munford on 22 November 1893. She co-founded the Richmond Educational Association in 1901; chairman, Co-ordinate College League, 1910-1926; president, Cooperative Educational Association of Virginia, 1910-1925; vice-president, National Consumers' League; member, Board of Visitors, The College of William and Mary and The University of Virginia; first woman member of the Richmond School Board; chairman, Woman's Committee of the Council of National Defense; and member, Virginia Agricultural Council of Safety; member of the Board of the Virginia and Richmond League of Women Voters; member of the Board, National Urban League. She died in Richmond on 3 July 1938.

Scope and Content Information

Papers, 1881-1938, of Mary-Cooke Branch Munford of Richmond, Virginia, documenting her work in various political, educational, social, economic, and inter-racial endeavors. The bulk of the collection covers the period from 1910-1930, when she was most active.

The CO-ORDINATE COLLEGE LEAGUE series includes correspondence and subject files concerning Munford's and the League's attempts to convince The University of Virginia to admit women by establishing a coordinate college with its own organization, and its own social, residence and instruction halls. The new college would share the library and laboratories of the University, and students would be taught by some of its faculty. The papers include correspondence from educators at the University of Virginia, as well as around the state and nation, business leaders, politicians, and members of the League. The subject files contain accounts, legislative information, including research data, drafts of bills introduced on behalf of the League, and voting records of the members of the General Assembly, resolutions, brochures, flyers, and pamphlets, mailing and membership lists, and information from various educational, labor, alumni, and other groups opposing and supporting the League's efforts. There is also a large amount of clippings from Richmond newspapers, as well as other Virginia newspapers, which document the League's activities.

The EDUCATION series includes information on Munford's activities in the field of education. It includes information from The University of Virginia, including dockets and minutes of the Board of Visitors, the Richmond Education Association, the Richmond Lancastrian School, Southern Industrial Classes, and the Richmond public schools. Also included is information on the status, salaries, and working conditions of teachers. This series also contains a variety of published newsletters, bulletins, annual reports, and other educational publications.

The FOREIGN POLICY AND NATIONAL POLITICS series contains subject files documenting Munford's assistance during World War I, and her interest in world peace. It includes a large amount of material on here work on the Women's Committee of the Council of National Defense during the war, and her help in food conservation and registration drives. There is also information on her activities in the Foreign Policy Association and the Walter Hines Page School of International Relations, as well as peace groups, including the Conference on the Cause and Cure of War. This series also contains material on Munford's involvement in the Democratic Party and the League of Women Voters.

The RACE RELATIONS series includes subject files on Munford's activities with the Commission on Inter-racial Cooperation, Richmond Urban League, National Urban League, Woman's Inter-Racial Committee, National League on Urban Conditions Among Negroes, Committee on Colored Work, and the Commission on Inter-racial Cooperation. There is also correspondence, clippings, and financial information, as well as publications concerning race relations.

The VIRGINIA'S ATTITUDE TOWARD SLAVERY AND SECESSION series concerns this book, written by her husband, Beverley Bland Munford, in 1909. Much of the material concerns Mrs. Munford's work in getting the book re- adopted by the State Board of Education as required text in history courses taught in high schools in Virginia after her husband's death in 1910. The series contains correspondence, briefs and comments, circular letters, and postcards, as well as material on the book's publication, orders, and sales.

The MISCELLANEOUS SUBJECT FILES series contains accounts, bank statements, correspondence, a notebook belonging to Beverley Bland Munford, dated 1881-1885, and information on other groups and activities in which Mrs. Munford was involved. There are also blueprints of alterations to her cottage in Maine by William Lawrence Bottomley, dated 1923, filed in the General Architectural Files, Folder 137. Also included in this series are clippings and publications.

Arrangement

Arranged in six series: I. Co-ordinate College League. II. Education. III. Foreign Policy and National Politics. IV. Race Relations. V. VIRGINIA'S ATTITUDE TOWARD SLAVERY AND SECESSION. VI. Miscellaneous Subject Files.

Contents List

Series I: Co-ordinate College League
  • Subseries 1: Correspondence
    • Box 1Folder 1
      A
    • Box 1Folder 2
      Alderman, Edwin A., 1912-1915
    • Box 1Folder 3-4
      Alderman, Edwin A., 1916-1919
    • Box 1Folder 5
      Alderman, Edwin A., 1920-1926
    • Box 1Folder 6
      Alexander, James Selman, 1914-1918
    • Box 1Folder 7-8
      B
    • Box 1Folder 9
      Babcock, Kendrick C., 1909-1914
    • Box 1Folder 10
      Barrett, Mrs. Annie K., 1917-1918
    • Box 1Folder 11
      Barton, Mrs. Robert (Gertrude W.), 1916-1918
    • Box 1Folder 12
      Bruce, Philip Alexander, 1919-1921
    • Box 1Folder 13
      Buchanan, Mrs. B.F. (Nellie S.), 1914-1917
    • Box 1Folder 14
      Bunch, Frank M., 1915-1916
    • Box 1Folder 15-16
      C
    • Box 1Folder 17
      Caldwell, Mrs. M.M. (Willie W.), 1913-1918
    • Box 1Folder 18
      Campbell, Mrs. A.A. (Susie S.), 1912-1914
    • Box 1Folder 19
      Cannon, James E., Jr., 1913-1917
    • Box 1Folder 20
      Carson, William E., 1914-1918
    • Box 1Folder 21
      Chandler, J.A.C., 1913-1919
    • Box 1Folder 22
      Chapman, W.R., 1914-1918
    • Box 1Folder 23
      Colton, Elizabeth Avery, 1913-1916
    • Box 1Folder 24
      Craddock, John W., 1912-1916
    • Box 2Folder 1
      D
    • Box 2Folder 2
      Davis, Lucy L., 1912-1917
    • Box 2Folder 3
      Davis, Westmoreland, 1917-1918
    • Box 2Folder 4
      Devany, Mrs. W.L. (Anna W.), 1917-1918
    • Box 2Folder 5
      Duval, Maria Pendleton, 1913-1916
    • Box 2Folder 6
      E
    • Box 2Folder 7
      Early, N.B., Jr., 1913
    • Box 2Folder 8
      Ellis, Mrs. C.C. (Laura J.), 1914-1918
    • Box 2Folder 9
      F
    • Box 2Folder 10
      Farmwille-J.L. Jarman, 1910-1917
    • Box 2Folder 11
      Flippen, Mrs. O.G. (Florence B.), 1917-1918
    • Box 2Folder 12
      Flood, Henry D., 1914-1918
    • Box 2Folder 13
      G
    • Box 2Folder 14
      Gaines, Elizabeth V., 1913-1918
    • Box 2Folder 15
      Gannaway, D.M., 1912-1914
    • Box 2Folder 16
      Garnett, Judge Christopher, nd
    • Box 2Folder 17
      Gildersleeve, Virginia C., 1913-1916
    • Box 2Folder 18
      Goodwyn, Mrs. Thompson (Martha L.), 1917-1918
    • Box 2Folder 19
      Gordon, Armistead, 1912-1917
    • Box 2Folder 20
      Green, Kate T., 1913-1916
    • Box 2Folder 21-22
      H
    • Box 2Folder 23
      Hagan, Mrs. John L. (Janie Gray), 1915-1918
    • Box 2Folder 24
      Harman, Daniel, 1912-1914
    • Box 2Folder 25
      Hart, Harris, 1917
    • Box 2Folder 26
      Holt, Miss Lucy Mason, 1914-1918
    • Box 2Folder 27
      Hunley, W.M., 1913-1914
    • Box 2Folder 28
      Hunton, Eppa, Jr., 1912
    • Box 3Folder 1
      I
    • Box 3Folder 2
      Israel, Mrs. Frank T. (Cora M.), 1915-1916
    • Box 3Folder 3
      Ivy, Elizabeth, 1914-1918
    • Box 3Folder 4
      J
    • Box 3Folder 5
      Jacob, Cary Franklin, 1916-1920
    • Box 3Folder 6
      Johnson, Mrs. J.W. Cantey, 1917-1918
    • Box 3Folder 7
      K
    • Box 3Folder 8
      Kensett, Nannie D., 1916
    • Box 3Folder 9
      Kyle, Mrs. James R. (Alice J.), 1912-1918
    • Box 3Folder 10
      L
    • Box 3Folder 11
      Legislature-Letters, 1914-1918
    • Box 3Folder 12-13
      Livers, John L., 1914-1920
    • Box 3Folder 14-15
      M
    • Box 3Folder 16
      Mann, Emmett Lee, nd
    • Box 3Folder 17
      Maphis, Charles G., 1911-1919
    • Box 3Folder 18
      Means, Mrs. E.C. (Ruby R.), 1913-1915
    • Box 3Folder 19
      Montague, Mrs. A.P., 1913-1916
    • Box 3Folder 20
      Moore, R. Walton, 1913-1919
    • Box 3Folder 21
      Mc
    • Box 3Folder 22
      McConnell, John P., 1912-1918
    • Box 4Folder 1
      N
    • Box 4Folder 2
      Nelson, John Poyntz, 1913-1918
    • Box 4Folder 3
      Norton, Judge J.K.M., 1913-1917
    • Box 4Folder 4
      O
    • Box 4Folder 5
      P
    • Box 4Folder 6
      Page, J.M., 1913-1918
    • Box 4Folder 7
      Page, Roswell, 1915-1918
    • Box 4Folder 8
      Pickett, Elizabeth, 1914-1915
    • Box 4Folder 9
      Pitt, Miss Virgie Lee, 1917
    • Box 4Folder 10
      Priddy, Mrs. J.H. (Elizabeth Lee), 1914-1917
    • Box 4Folder 11
      Q
    • Box 4Folder 12
      R
    • Box 4Folder 13
      Ramsey, D. Hiden, 1912-1913
    • Box 4Folder 14
      Riddick, Mrs. S.A. (Virginia Griffin), 1913-1915
    • Box 4Folder 15
      Robertson, Alex F., 1918
    • Box 4Folder 16-17
      S
    • Box 4Folder 18
      Scott, Katherine K., 1915-1917
    • Box 4Folder 19
      Smith, E. Virginia, 1917-1918
    • Box 4Folder 20
      Smith, J. Sidney, 1916-1917
    • Box 4Folder 21
      Stone, Ormond, 1912-1918
    • Box 4Folder 22
      Strode, Aubrey E., 1910-1918
    • Box 4Folder 23
      T
    • Box 4Folder 24
      Thomas, M. Carey, 1914
    • Box 4Folder 25
      Thomas, Mary Fitzhugh Randolph, 1914-1916
    • Box 4Folder 26
      Thornton, William M., 1912-1919
    • Box 4Folder 27
      Turpin, Edna, 1916-1918
    • Box 5Folder 1
      U
    • Box 5Folder 2
      V
    • Box 5Folder 3
      Venable, Emma C., 1917-1918
    • Box 5Folder 4-5
      W
    • Box 5Folder 6
      White, Mrs. B.B. (Helen Taylor Crews), 1915-1917
    • Box 5Folder 7
      Williams, Miss Frances, 1913-1916
    • Box 5Folder 8
      Williams, Mrs. James H. (Janie), 1916-1918
    • Box 5Folder 9
      Wood, Mrs. Joseph B., 1914-1916
    • Box 5Folder 10
      Y
  • Subseries 2: Subject files
    • Box 6Folder 1
      Account Book, 1914-1918
    • Box 6Folder 2
      Account Book, 1915-1916
    • Box 6Folder 3
      Alumni-University of Virginia, 1912-1918
    • Box 6Folder 4
      Articles Appearing in University Publications, 1912-1916
    • Box 6Folder 5
      Articles Opposed to the Coordinate College, 1916-1918
    • Box 6Folder 6
      Association of Collegiate Alumnae, 1915-1916
    • Box 6Folder 7-8
      Bills, 1910-1916
    • Box 6Folder 9-10
      Bills, 1917-1918
    • Box 6Folder 11
      Board of Visitors Public Hearing, 11 December 1913
    • Box 6Folder 12
      Board of Visitors Resolutions, 1913-1918
    • Box 6Folder 13-14
      Brochures and Flyers, 1912-1918
    • Box 6Folder 15
      Budgets, 1911-1917
    • Box 6Folder 16
      Byrd-The Dinkey-A Poem Dedicated to Hon. R.E. Byrd, 1912
    • Box 7Folder 1
      Central Committee-Chairmen and Members- Letters, 1914-1918
    • Box 7Folder 2
      Changes in the Standards of Colleges
    • Box 7Folder 3
      Charlottesville-City Council Resolutions, etc., 1914-1918
    • Box 7Folder 4-6
      Colleges for Women
    • Box 7Folder 7
      Colleges for Women-Delaware College,
    • Box 7Folder 8
      Committee of Twenty Five-Educational Conference of Virginia
    • Box 7Folder 9
      Common School Data
    • Box 7Folder 10
      Contributors
    • Box 8Folder 1-4
      The Co-ordinate College at Charlottesville, Draft, 1913
    • Box 8Folder 5
      The Co-ordinate College at Charlottesville, Extra Copies of Letters, 1913
    • Box 8Folder 6
      The Co-ordinate College at Charlottesville, Final Copy, 1913
    • Box 8Folder 7
      Co-ordinate College League Budget, 1917-1918
    • Box 8Folder 8
      Co-ordinate College League Minutes, 1914-1918
    • Box 8Folder 9
      Co-ordinate College League Publications
    • Box 8Folder 10
      Cost Pamphlet Data, 1915-1917
    • Box 8Folder 11
      Department of Public Instruction Publications
    • Box 9Folder 1
      Education-Viscount Bryce on Public Education, 1918
    • Box 9Folder 2
      Elementary Teachers' Association, 1917
    • Box 9Folder 3
      Enrollment in Colleges, 1911-1918
    • Box 9Folder 4
      Faculty Meeting Minutes- University of Virginia, 1911
    • Box 9Folder 5
      Farmers' Union- Resolutions, etc., 1912-1918
    • Box 9Folder 6
      Federation of Labor- Resolutions, etc., 1912-1916
    • Box 9Folder 7
      Federations of Mothers' Clubs, 1913
    • Box 9Folder 8
      Federation of Womens' Clubs- letters, etc., 1910-1916
    • Box 9Folder 9
      Form Letters, 1914-1918
    • Box 9Folder 10
      High School Teachers, Training of, 1916
    • Box 9Folder 11
      History of the University of Virginia
    • Box 9Folder 12-13
      Legislature (Voting Records)
    • Box 9Folder 14-15
      Letters and Manuscripts for Possible Publication
    • Box 9Folder 16-17
      Lists
    • Box 10Folder 1
      Mailing List
    • Box 10Folder 2
      Membership Lists, First-Third Districts 1914
    • Box 10Folder 3
      Membership Lists, Fourth-Seventh Districts, 1914
    • Box 10Folder 4
      Membership Lists, Eighth-Tenth Districts, 1914
    • Box 10Folder 5
      Membership Lists, First-Fifth Districts, 1914
    • Box 10Folder 6
      Membership Lists, First-Fifth Districts, 1916
    • Box 10Folder 7
      Membership Lists, Sixth-Tenth Districts, 1916
    • Box 10Folder 8
      Miscellaneous
    • Box 11Folder 1
      Newspapers
    • Box 11Folder 2
      Normal Schools
    • Box 11Folder 3
      Opposition Literature
    • Box 11Folder 4
      Pamphlet Manuscript
    • Box 11Folder 5
      Per Capita Cost-University of Virginia Data, 1917
    • Box 11Folder 6
      Publications of Alumni Opposed
    • Box 11Folder 7
      Resolutions-Not Filed Elsewhere
    • Box 11Folder 8
      State Teachers' Association
    • Box 11Folder 9
      State Universities- Statistics, Enrollment, Funds, etc.
    • Box 11Folder 10
      U.D.C.
    • Box 11Folder 11
      University of Virginia- Students, 1918
    • Box 11Folder 12
      Virginia Education Commission
    • Box 11Folder 13
      V.P.I.
    • Box 11Folder 14
      Vocations for College Women
    • Box 11Folder 15
      Women's Education-History, Data, etc.
    • Box 11Folder 16
      "Women's Part in the Education of the South"
  • Subseries 3: Clippings
    • Box 12Folder 1
      Clippings from Richmond Dailies, 1910-1913
    • Box 12Folder 2
      Clippings from Richmond Dailies, 1914-1915
    • Box 12Folder 3
      Clippings from The Evening Journal and The Richmond Virginian, 1916-1918
    • Box 12Folder 4
      Clippings from The News Leader and The Times-Dispatch, 1916-1918
    • Box 12Folder 5
      State Papers Other Than Richmond Dailies, 1910-1915
    • Box 12Folder 6-7
      Clippings from Virginia Papers Other Than Richmond Dailies and Out of State Papers, 1914-1917
    • Box 12Folder 8
      Clippings from Newspapers Other Than Richmond Dailies, 1917-1918
    • Box 12Folder 9
      Clippings About Coeducation
    • Box 12Folder 10
      Clippings of General Information
    • Box 12Folder 11
      Clippings of General Information, Book I, 1912-1918
    • Box 12Folder 12
      Misc. Clippings on Women's Education
    • Box 12Folder 13
      Univeristy of Virginia College Topics-Alumni News, Summer School News, etc., 1913-1918
Series II: Education
  • Subseries 1: Subject files
    • Box 13Folder 1
      Alderman, Edwin A., 1926-1930
    • Box 13Folder 2
      Armstrong High School
    • Box 13Folder 3
      Boatwright, F.W., 1926
    • Box 13Folder 4
      Clippings
    • Box 13Folder 5
      Coal for Schools
    • Box 13Folder 6
      Dean of Women- University of Virginia, 1927-1928
    • Box 13Folder 7
      Drinking at the University of Virginia- Clippings, 1928
    • Box 13Folder 8
      Education in Virginia- Report, 1905 [?]
    • Box 13Folder 9
      Ellett, Jennie, 1926
    • Box 13Folder 10
      Floor Plans for Richmond Schools, 1927
    • Box 13Folder 11
      Housing Conditions for Women in Southern State Universitites, 1927
    • Box 13Folder 12
      Kaylor, Alice R., 1931
    • Box 13Folder 13
      Layman Bill, 1928
    • Box 13Folder 14
      List of Accredited Four-Year High Schools, 1925-1926
    • Box 13Folder 15
      Married Teachers, 1931
    • Box 13Folder 16
      Miscellaneous
    • Box 13Folder 17
      Nursery Schools, 1929
    • Box 13Folder 18
      Report on the Status of Opportunities for Women in Southern State Univerisities, 1928
    • Box 13Folder 19
      Richmond Education Association, 1927
    • Box 13Folder 20
      Richmond Lancastrian School
    • Box 13Folder 21
      Richmond League of Teachers, 1926
    • Box 13Folder 22
      Richmond Public Schools, 1921-1931
    • Box 13Folder 23
      Salaries-Teachers, 1925-1927
    • Box 13Folder 24
      Schools-Finance, 1923-1928
    • Box 14Folder 1
      "Shorter Hour Experiment" Report, 1928
    • Box 14Folder 2
      Southern Industrial Classes, 1904-1906
    • Box 14Folder 3
      Statistical Survey of Expenditures for Higher Education in Virginia, 1924
    • Box 14Folder 4
      Technical High School, 1928-1929
    • Box 14Folder 5
      University of Virginia, 1926-1931
    • Box 14Folder 6-7
      University of Virginia Board of Visitors
    • Box 14Folder 8
      University of Virginia Board of Visiters-Dockets, 1925-1927
    • Box 14Folder 9
      University of Virginia Board of Visitors-Dockets, 1928-1929
    • Box 14Folder 10
      University of Virginia Board of Visiters- Dockets, 1930-1936
    • Box 14Folder 11
      University of Virginia Board of Visitors- Minutes, 1926-1927
    • Box 14Folder 12
      University of Virginia Board of Visitors- Minutes, 1928-1930
    • Box 14Folder 13
      University of Virginia Extension Division, 1926-1930
    • Box 14Folder 14
      Virginia Social Science Association, 1928-1929
    • Box 14Folder 15
      William & Mary
  • Subseries 2: Publications
    • Box 15
      University of Virginia Alumni News, 1916-1921
    • Box 15
      Community League News, January - December 1924
    • Box 15
      State Board of Education Bulletins and Annual Reports, 1918-1925
    • Box 15
      State Superintendent of Public Instruction Reports, 1914-1916
    • Box 15
      Other Miscellaneous Publications
Series III: Foreign Policy and National Politics
  • Subseries 1: Subject Files
    • Box 16Folder 1
      Accounts- Foreign Policy Association
    • Box 16Folder 2-3
      China
    • Box 16Folder 4
      Clippings
    • Box 16Folder 5
      Committee on Safeguarding of Moral and Spiritual Forces, 1917
    • Box 16Folder 6-7
      Conference on the Cause and Cure of War
    • Box 16Folder 8-10
      Council of National Defense- Committee on Women's Defense Work, 1917 (Vol. 1)
    • Box 16Folder 11-16
      Council of National Defense- Women's Committee, 1917-1918
    • Box 17Folder 1
      Council of National Defense- Women's Committee- Clippings
    • Box 17Folder 2-14
      Democratic Party, League of Women Voters, Women's Party, "Women Citizen" (B-W)
    • Box 17Folder 15
      Fascists
    • Box 17Folder 16
      Food Conservation Committee, 1917
    • Box 17Folder 17
      Food Registration
    • Box 17Folder 18-19
      Foreign Policy Association, 1926-1927
    • Box 17Folder 20
      Foreign Policy Association- News Bulletin, 1925-1927
    • Box 17Folder 21
      Kahn, Otto H., 1926
    • Box 18Folder 1
      League of Nations
    • Box 18Folder 2-4
      League of Women Voters
    • Box 18Folder 5
      Mexico- Clippings, 1926
    • Box 18Folder 6
      National Council for Prevention of War
    • Box 18Folder 7-11
      Walter Hines Page School of International Relations
    • Box 18Folder 12
      Virginia Agricultural Council of Safety, 1917
    • Box 18Folder 13
      War Programs, 1917
    • Box 18Folder 14
      War Library, 1917
    • Box 18Folder 15
      Women's Organizations, 1917
  • Series 2: Publications
    • Box 19
      Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America-Information Service, 1927-1930
    • Box 19
      Foreign Policy Association- Information Service, 1927-1928
    • Box 19
      Other Miscellaneous Foreign Policy Publications
    • Box 20
      Carnegie Endowment for International Peace- International Conciliation, 1915-1927
    • Box 20
      Conference on the Cause and Cure of War- Reports, 1925-1926
    • Box 20
      League of Nations News, 1925-1927
    • Box 21
      Foreign Policy Association Reports, 1924-1927
    • Box 21
      Publications on Relations with China, 1925-1926
Series IV: Race Relations
  • Subseries 1: Subject Files
    • Box 22Folder 1
      Bowie, Walter Russell
    • Box 22Folder 2
      Church Women's Committee on Race Relations
    • Box 22Folder 3
      Clippings, 1922-1930
    • Box 22Folder 4-11
      Commission on Inter-Racial Cooperation, 1921-1929
    • Box 22Folder 12-13
      Commission on Inter-Racial Cooperation- Women's Committee, 1921-1929
    • Box 22Folder 14
      Commission on Negro Churches and Race Relations
    • Box 22Folder 15
      Commission on the Church and Race Relations
    • Box 22Folder 16
      F
    • Box 22Folder 17
      Fisk University- Treasurer's Report and Budget Schedule, 1927-1928
    • Box 23Folder 1
      H
    • Box 23Folder 2
      K
    • Box 23Folder 3
      L
    • Box 23Folder 4
      M
    • Box 23Folder 5
      Maternity Home Situation, 1926
    • Box 23Folder 6
      N
    • Box 23Folder 7
      National Urban League, 1919-1930
    • Box 23Folder 8-16
      Negro (F-W)
    • Box 23Folder 17
      P
    • Box 23Folder 18
      R
    • Box 23Folder 19-20
      Race Relations
    • Box 23Folder 21
      Richmond Urban League, 1926-1931
    • Box 23Folder 22
      S
    • Box 23Folder 23
      Schools- Negro, 1920-1922
    • Box 23Folder 24
      V
    • Box 23Folder 25
      W
    • Box 23Folder 26
      Y
    • Box 23Folder 27
      Zoning
  • Subseries 2: Publications
    • Box 24
      Publications of the Commission on Inter-Racial Cooperation
    • Box 24
      Opportunity- A Journal of Negro Life, 1923-1927
    • Box 24
      Other Miscellaneous Publications
Series V: Virginia's Attitude Toward Slavery and Secession
  • Subseries 1: Subject Files
    • Box 25Folder 1-3
      Adoption by State Board of Education- Correspondence, 1911-1926
    • Box 25Folder 4
      Adoption by State Board of Educaiton- Miscellaneous
    • Box 25Folder 5
      Briefs and Comments
    • Box 25Folder 6
      Circular Letters- Depositories, Superintendents, etc., 1923-1926
    • Box 25Folder 7
      Circulars, Postcards, etc., 1911-1922
    • Box 25Folder 8
      Comments- Teachers, Citizens, Superintendents, 1914-1923
    • Box 25Folder 9-10
      Course of Study
    • Box 25Folder 11
      G
    • Box 25Folder 12
      Hart, Harris, 1921-1926
    • Box 25Folder 13
      High Schools
    • Box 25Folder 14
      Hunter & Company, Inc.
    • Box 25Folder 15
      Jenkins (Book Manufacturer)
    • Box 25Folder 16
      List of Teachers, Superintendents, etc.
    • Box 25Folder 17
      Longmans, Green & Co.
    • Box 26Folder 1
      Members-State Board of Education- Correspondence
    • Box 26Folder 2
      Macmillan Company
    • Box 26Folder 3
      Orders
    • Box 26Folder 4
      P
    • Box 26Folder 5
      Printing Companies
    • Box 26Folder 6
      Questionnaires
    • Box 26Folder 7
      Questions and Answers
    • Box 26Folder 8
      Reviews
    • Box 26Folder 9
      Sales
    • Box 26Folder 10
      State Board of Educaiton
    • Box 26Folder 11
      State Teachers' Association
    • Box 26Folder 12
      Suggestions
    • Box 26Folder 13
      Textbook Circular Letters
    • Box 26Folder 14-16
      Virginia's Attitude Toward Slavery and Secession-Gallery Proof
    • Box 26Folder 17
      Virginia Book Company
    • Box 26Folder 18
      W
    • Box 26Folder 19
      Williams Printing Company
Series VI: Miscellaneous Subject Files
  • Box 27Folder 1
    Accounts, 1935
  • Box 27Folder 2
    Bank Statements, 1926-1931
  • Box 27Folder 3
    Bottomley, William Lawrence, 1923
  • Box 27Folder 4
    Business and Professional Women's Clubs, 1926
  • Box 27Folder 5
    Chamber of Commerce, 1926
  • Box 27Folder 6
    Child Labor
  • Box 27Folder 7
    Child Welfare League
  • Box 27Folder 8
    Churches and World Peace
  • Box 27Folder 9
    Community Fund
  • Box 27Folder 10
    Consumer's League
  • Box 27Folder 11
    Democratic Committees, 1926
  • Box 27Folder 12
    Democratic Publicity
  • Box 27Folder 13
    Democratic Women's Luncheon Club, 1925-1926
  • Box 27Folder 14
    Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, 1926-1927
  • Box 28Folder 1
    Grace Street Property, 1929
  • Box 28Folder 2
    Houston, Harry R.- Photographs, 1916
  • Box 28Folder 3
    Kahn Fellowship, 1926
  • Box 28Folder 4
    Miscellaneous
  • Box 28Folder 5
    Notebook of B.B. Munford, 1881-1885
  • Box 28Folder 6
    Patriotic Community League of Loudoun County
  • Box 28Folder 7
    Patriotic League
  • Box 28Folder 8
    Southern Aid Society of Virginia, 1927
  • Box 28Folder 9
    Social Work
  • Box 28Folder 10
    Speakers, 1925
  • Box 28Folder 11
    Women's Democratic News, 1925
  • Box 28Folder 12
    Y.W.C.A., 1927
  • Box 29Folder 1-17
    Miscellaneous Clippings File
  • Box 30
    Miscellaneous Publications