A Guide to the James H. Latimer Papers, 1864-2000 Latimer, James H., Papers, 1864-2000 37623

A Guide to the James H. Latimer Papers, 1864-2000

A Collection in
the Library of Virginia
Accession Number 37623


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Repository
Library of Virginia
Accession number
37623
Title
James H. Latimer Papers, 1864-2000
Physical Characteristics
ca. 18 cubic feet (39 boxes)
Physical Location
Personal Papers Collection, Acc. 37623
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Serve microfilm of newspapers rather than originals.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

Preferred Citation

James H. Latimer Papers, 1864-2000. Accession 37623, Personal papers collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Acquisition Information

Gift of James D. Latimer, 20 August 2000.

Biographical/Historical Information

James Howe Latimer was born in Nashville, Tennessee on 17 June 1913 to Hugh Darington and Ollie Mai Howe Latimer. His grandfather, James Howard Latimer, born in Culverton, Georgia on 24 December 1843 and died in 1934, served with Company I of the 49th Georgia Infantry during the Civil War and was active in the United Confederate Veterans after the war.

Latimer attended the Baylor School, a military preparatory school, in Chattanooga, Tennessee and graduated from the University of Chattanooga in 1935. He studied history and economics at the University of Chattanooga and served as editor of the student newspaper, The University Echo. As a senior in 1934, he joined the Chattanooga Times as a police reporter and church editor, earning $15 a week.

He worked as a reporter and copy editor for the Chattanooga Times until 1937 when he was hired as a reporter at the Richmond Times- Dispatch, beginning a career that spanned six decades. From 1937-1943, Latimer was a reporter and acting state editor. During World War II, he served in the United States Army from 1943-1945, first in the infantry and later in the overseas branch of the Office of War Information. After the war, Latimer resumed working at the Richmond Times-Dispatch. His principal assignment involved covering Virginia politics, state government, the governor's office, legislative sessions, and state and national political conventions. In addition to his duties for the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Latimer was also the principal Virginia correspondent for Time,Life, and Fortune magazines and wrote an occasional article on Virginia politics for the New York Herald Tribune and Baltimore Sun. He also contributed to Sports Illustrated, the Louisville Courier-Journal, the University of Virginia News Letter, and the Commonwealth Magazine.

From the mid-1970's to the late 1980's, Latimer, in cooperation with Central Virginia Educational Television (the local PBS affiliate) and the Richmond Times- Dispatch, wrote and hosted "The Living History Makers," a series of programs in which former governors and other politicians of Virginia, including William M. Tuck, Colgate W. Darden, J. Lindsay Almond, Jr., Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Albertis S. Harrison, Harry F. Byrd, Jr., Henry E. Howell, Jr., A. Linwood Holton, and John N. Dalton, reminisced about Virginia politics. Considered the dean of Virginia's political reporters, Latimer received the George Mason Award from the Richmond chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists in 1979 for outstanding contributions to Virginia journalism, and was inducted into the Virginia Communications Hall of Fame in 1987. In 1987, the University of Virginia, with a $50,000 gift from an anonymous donor, started the James H. Latimer Endowed Fellowship Fund to support graduate studies in government.

Although retired in 1981, Latimer continued to enlighten readers of the Richmond Times-Dispatch with columns and articles noted for taking a long view of Virginia politics. His last article, an interview with Harry F. Byrd, Jr. containing advice for the Virginia Republican Party on their new legislative majority, was published in December 1999.

Latimer married Anna Mary McCrary (3 September 1915 - 16 June 1993) on 28 September 1938 and had one son, James Darington Latimer, born 27 December 1941. James Howe Latimer died on 7 April 2000 after a brief illness.

Scope and Content Information

Papers, 1864-2000 (bulk 1934-2000), of James H. Latimer, Richmond Times-Dispatch political reporter and columnist. Includes annual reports, articles, book reviews, broadsides, bumper stickers, cartoons, clippings, correspondence, editorials, election results, greeting cards, magazines, maps, memoirs, memorandums, newsletters, newspapers, notes, obituaries, photographs, press releases, programs, program scripts, rough drafts, scrapbooks, and speeches primarily relating to Virginia and national politics, national, state, and local elections, journalism, and Virginia history.

Series I: Correspondence, 1864-2000 (bulk 1934-2000) - Includes correspondence to and from family and friends, general correspondence involving Latimer's professional life, and greeting cards. The family correspondence consists of letters to and from his wife, Anna Latimer, 1935-1937, 1959-1984, his sister, Dorothy Latimer, 1935-1984, and his son, James D. Latimer, 1966-1991. The wife's and sister's letters primarily contain references to family news and happenings at home in Richmond, Virginia and Chattanooga, Tennessee. The majority of his son's letters were sent from college, and while serving in the U.S. Navy during Vietnam and living in California in the late 1960's and early 1970's. He primarily discusses the various ports visited, day to day happenings, sports, and job prospects. The family correspondence also includes two Civil War letters of Alpheus W. Latimer of Company I, 49th Georgia Infantry, dated 6 March 1864 and 7 February 1865; a letter, dated 6 November 1918, written by Fred H. Latimer from France during World War I in which he discusses German POW's, fighting, and peace talks; a letter dated 14 May 1922 of H. D. Latimer; and a letter dated 19 October 1928, from "FEMcM" to Mr. Latimer containing a photograph. The friends correspondence consists of letters from Jerome Alper, 1934-1937, Madison Bratton, 1934-1935, 1953, 1962, Howard Nelson, 1934-1935, and H. Leonard, 1951-1952. Jerome Alper's and Howard Nelson's letters describe their experiences in school in Chicago, Illinois, while Madison Bratton's letters describe his experiences in school at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The general correspondence, 1935-2000, primarily relates to Latimer's professional life, but does include letters of a personal nature. Includes correspondence concerning Virginia politics, work done for Time, Inc., Latimer's graduate school application to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a series of articles written about the Tennessee Valley Authority as a reporter at the Chattanooga Times, being hired at the Richmond Times-Dispatch, retirement, participation in panel discussions, seminars, and workshops, Latimer's reaction to being converted to an editorial writer, a job inquiry at a newspaper in Sanford, Florida, book reviews, Massive Resistance, Latimer's dispute with the editors of the Richmond Times- Dispatch in January 1981, and politicians. Also includes congratulatory letters received on articles well written, congratulatory letters sent, memorandums about the political news coverage of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, and invitations. Attached to some of the letters are notes and rough drafts of articles, and book excerpts from authors and publishers requesting a critique from Latimer. Of note is a letter from Francis Pickens Miller to C. Vann Woodward regarding J. Harvie Wilkinson, III's book, Harry Byrd and the Changing Face of Virginia Politics in which he criticizes Wilkinson for having a slanted view and not interviewing him. The greeting cards include Birthday, Father's Day, Mother's Day, and Get Well cards. Notable correspondents include: J. Lindsay Almond, Gerald Baliles, Staige D. Blackford, J. Stewart Bryan, III, D. Tennant Bryan, Harry F. Byrd, Jr., Harry F. Byrd, Sr., Thomas T. Byrd, J. Marshall Coleman, Virginius Dabney, Paul Duke, Guy Friddell, Mills Godwin, Albertis Harrison, Linwood Holton, Allan R. Jones, V. C. Jones, Sidney Kellam, John Leard, Carter Lowance, William Manchester, Andy McCutcheon, Charles McDowell, Andrew Pickens Miller, Francis Pickens Miller, Benjamin Muse, Neil R. Pearce, A. L. Philpott, Parke Rouse, Jr., Chuck Robb, A. Willis Robertson, Larry Sabato, Paul Saunier, William B. Spong, Harold Sugg, Marie Tyler-McGraw, William C. Wampler, and E. H. Williams, Jr.

Series II: The Living History Makers, 1975-1988 - Includes background material, clippings, correspondence, notes, photographs for the Darden-Tuck series, program scripts, transcripts of interviews with A. Linwood Holton, John N. Dalton, Albertis S. Harrison, and Mills E. Godwin, Jr., and accompanying articles published in the Richmond Times- Dispatch, relating to "The Living History Makers," a series of programs produced by Central Virginia Educational Television and the Richmond Times-Dispatch in which Virginia's former governors and other politicians were interviewed about Virginia's post-World War II political history. The programs included: Colgate W. Darden and William M. Tuck, 1975-1976; J. Lindsay Almond, Jr., 1979-1980; Albertis S. Harrison and Mills E. Godwin, Jr., "Harrison, Godwin, and the 1960's," 1981-1982; A. Linwood Holton and John N. Dalton, "A Different Dominion: The Republican Renaissance," 1986- 1987; and Harry F. Byrd, Jr. and Henry E. Howell, Jr., "The Independents," 1987- 1988. Also includes material for a series with Harry F. Byrd, Jr. and A. Linwood Holton that was never produced.

Series III: Subject Files - Arranged alphabetically, this series consists of files for persons, events, elections, gubernatorial addresses, political conventions, seminars, subjects, and form of material. Containing articles written by Latimer and others, book reviews, campaign materials, correspondence, clippings, election results, memorandums, maps, newsletters, obituaries, programs, reports, rough drafts, and speeches, these files primarily related to Virginia politics and history. Of note are the files on Harry F. Byrd, Jr. and Sr., David Mays and his secret diaries, the memoirs of Mills E. Godwin, Jr., Ellen Glasgow and the 1921 Gubernatorial election, prohibition in Virginia, William M. Tuck's birthday tribute, the 200th bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution, the Virginia General Assembly, and a copy of an address by Lyndon Baines Johnson on which Latimer made notes of Harry F. Byrd, Sr.'s reaction after almost every major point LBJ touched upon (filed under press releases). This series also includes files of a personal nature including genealogical information on the Howe, Latimer, and McCrary families, material from the Baylor School, schoolwork as a student at the University of Chattanooga, sympathy cards, obituaries, and clippings regarding the death of James Howard Latimer, material on travel, the memorial program from the funeral of Anna McCrary Latimer, and an account book of Ollie Mai Howe Latimer for the Circle #4 Auxiliary.

Series IV: Publications - Includes histories of Arlington, Brunswick, King William, and Westmoreland Counties, Virginia, and Leesburg, Virginia, employee newsletters of the Richmond Times-Dispatch and Media General, Inc., issues of the Commonwealth,Life,Look,New Yorker,Time,Today in Virginia,University of Virginia Newsletter,Virginia Cavalcade,Virginia Magazine of History and Biography,Virginia Record, and Washington Post Magazine, and publications relating to the Civil War, Davy Crockett, the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Joseph McCarthy, the Republican Party, George Wythe, Richmond's newspapers, and Richmond's architecture. Also includes various newspapers such as the Daily Richmond Examiner (front page fragment, 25 September 1863), Gazette-Virginian (South Boston, Va.) - Tobacco Edition, 18 Sept. 1975), Richmond Afro-American and The Richmond Planet (Centennial Edition, 29 January 1983), Richmond Dispatch (1868-1898), Richmond News Leader,Richmond Times-Dispatch,New York Times,Camden County Tribune, and Stevenson (Ala.) Chronicle. Some of these publications are located in oversize. Also, due to the poor condition of some of the newspapers researchers should use the microfilm.

Series V: Writings, 1937-1994 - Consists of articles and Sunday columns Latimer wrote during his long career, including many rough drafts. Also includes two scrapbooks of Latimer articles, and a copy of the widely quoted, "Virginia Politics, 1950-1960" written in 1961.

Series VI: Photographs - Includes photographs of Latimer accepting the George Mason Award, being inducted into the Virginia Communications Hall of Fame, and at work in the newsroom, on the campaign trail, at press conferences, in the State Capital, and during sessions of the General Assembly. Also includes photographs of national and Virginia politicians, Virginia General Assembly sessions (1972, 1973, 1975, 1979), the National Tobacco Festival (1957), the Reynolds Metal Company Headquarters Building (1958), Virginia Supreme Court (1974), members of Virginia's 1901-1902 Constitutional Convention, and the Conference of Chief Justices (1950). Of note is a panoramic photograph of an unidentified group or company.

Organization

This collection is organized into the following six series: Series I: Correspondence; Series II: Living History Makers; Series III: Subject Files; Series IV: Publications; Series V: Writings; Series VI: Photographs.

Contents List

Series I: Correspondence, 1864-2000
  • Box 1Folder 1
    From Anna Latimer (wife), July 1935 - Oct. 1935
  • Box 1Folder 2
    From Anna Latimer (wife), Feb. 1937
  • Box 1Folder 3
    From Anna Latimer (wife), May - July 1937
  • Box 1Folder 4
    With Anna Latimer (wife), 1966-1984, n.d.
  • Box 1Folder 5
    Of Anna Latimer (wife), 1959-1967, 1981
  • Box 1Folder 6
    Of Dorothy Latimer (sister), 1935, 1946, 1971-1974
  • Box 1Folder 7
    Of Dorothy Latimer (sister), 1976-1978
  • Box 1Folder 8
    Of Dorothy Latimer (sister), 1980-1983
  • Box 1Folder 9
    Of Dorothy Latimer (sister), 1983-1984, n.d.
  • Box 1Folder 10
    From James D. Latimer (son), Sept. 1964, Jan. - Feb. 1966
  • Box 1Folder 11
    From James D. Latimer (son), Mar. - Apr. 1966
  • Box 1Folder 12
    From James D. Latimer (son), July - Aug. 1966
  • Box 1Folder 13
    From James D. Latimer (son), Sept. - Dec. 1966, n.d.
  • Box 1Folder 14
    From James D. Latimer (son), 1967
  • Box 1Folder 15
    From James D. Latimer (son), July - Dec. 1968
  • Box 1Folder 16
    From James D. Latimer (son), Jan. - June 1968
  • Box 1Folder 17
    From James D. Latimer (son), 1969
  • Box 2Folder 1
    From James D. Latimer (son), 1970
  • Box 2Folder 2
    From James D. Latimer (son), 1971
  • Box 2Folder 3
    From James D. Latimer (son), 1972-1991
  • Box 2Folder 4
    To James D. Latimer (son), 1965, 1983, 1984, n.d.
  • Box 2Folder 5
    Civil War Letter of Alpheus W. Latimer, 6 Mar. 1864, 7 Feb. 1865
  • Box 2Folder 6
    Letter from Fred H. Latimer to Mrs. H. D. Latimer, 6 Nov. 1918
  • Box 2Folder 7
    Letter to H. D. Latimer, 14 May 1922
  • Box 2Folder 8
    Letter to Mr. Latimer to "FEMcM" (includes photograph), 19 Oct. 1928
  • Box 2Folder 9-10
    From Jerome Alper, Sept. 1934 - Jan. 1937
  • Box 2Folder 11-12
    From Madison Bratton, Sept. 1934 - June 1935,
  • Box 2Folder 13
    From Madison Bratton, 4 Jan. 1953, 3 July 1953
  • Box 2Folder 14
    From Madison Bratton, 4 Jan. 1962, 23 Sept. 1962
  • Box 2Folder 15-16
    From Howard Nelson, Oct. 1934 - Dec. 1935, n.d.
  • Box 2Folder 17
    From H. Leonard, May 1951 - Dec. 1952
  • Box 3Folder 1
    Regarding work done for Time and Life magazines (includes notes and articles), 1943, 1946-1947, 1949, 1951
  • Box 3Folder 2
    With OHMLAC Paint and Refining Company, 1952-1960
  • Box 3Folder 3
    1935, 1937
  • Box 3Folder 4
    1948, 1952, 1959
  • Box 3Folder 5
    1960
  • Box 3Folder 6
    1963-1967
  • Box 3Folder 7
    1968-1969
  • Box 3Folder 8
    1970
  • Box 3Folder 9
    1971-1973
  • Box 3Folder 10
    1974
  • Box 3Folder 11
    1975-1976
  • Box 3Folder 12
    1977-1978
  • Box 3Folder 13
    1979
  • Box 3Folder 14
    1980
  • Box 3Folder 15
    Jan. 1981
  • Box 3Folder 16
    Feb. - June 1981
  • Box 3Folder 17
    July - Aug. 1981
  • Box 4Folder 1
    Sept. - Dec. 1981
  • Box 4Folder 2
    Feb. - July 1982
  • Box 4Folder 3
    Aug. - Dec. 1982
  • Box 4Folder 4
    Jan. - Feb. 1983
  • Box 4Folder 5
    Mar. - Apr. 1983
  • Box 4Folder 6
    May - Dec. 1983
  • Box 4Folder 7
    1984
  • Box 4Folder 8
    1985
  • Box 4Folder 9
    1986
  • Box 4Folder 10
    Jan. - Mar. 1987
  • Box 4Folder 11
    Apr. - Dec. 1987
  • Box 4Folder 12
    Jan. - Aug. 1988
  • Box 4Folder 13
    Sept. - Dec. 1988
  • Box 4Folder 14
    Jan. - May 1989
  • Box 4Folder 15
    July - Dec. 1989
  • Box 4Folder 16
    Jan. - Apr. 1990
  • Box 4Folder 17
    May - Sept. 1990
  • Box 4Folder 18
    Oct. - Dec. 1990
  • Box 5Folder 1
    Jan. - May 1991
  • Box 5Folder 2
    June - Dec. 1991
  • Box 5Folder 3
    Jan. - May 1992
  • Box 5Folder 4
    June - Nov. 1992
  • Box 5Folder 5
    Feb. - July 1993
  • Box 5Folder 6
    Aug. - Dec. 1993
  • Box 5Folder 7
    1994
  • Box 5Folder 8
    Jan. - June 1995
  • Box 5Folder 9
    July - Dec. 1995
  • Box 5Folder 10
    Jan. - Mar. 1996
  • Box 5Folder 11
    Apr. - May 1996
  • Box 5Folder 12
    June - Dec. 1996
  • Box 5Folder 13
    Jan. 1997
  • Box 5Folder 14
    Feb. - May 1997
  • Box 5Folder 15
    June - Sept. 1997
  • Box 5Folder 16
    Oct. - Dec. 1997
  • Box 5Folder 17
    Jan. - Mar. 1998
  • Box 5Folder 18
    Apr. - Aug. 1998
  • Box 6Folder 1
    Sept. - Dec. 1998
  • Box 6Folder 2
    Jan. - May 1999
  • Box 6Folder 3
    June - Aug. 1999
  • Box 6Folder 4
    Sept. - Dec. 1999
  • Box 6Folder 5
    2000
  • Box 6Folder 6
    N.d.
  • Box 6Folder 7
    Greeting Cards (Birthday)
  • Box 6Folder 8
    Greeting Cards (Father's Day and Mother's Day)
  • Box 6Folder 9-10
    Greeting Cards (Get Well), 1970
Series II: Living History Makers
  • Box 6Folder 11
    Correspondence and notes, Mar. 1975 - Mar. 1977
  • Box 6Folder 12
    Almond Series - Richmond Times-Dispatch articles, Jan. - Feb. 1980
  • Box 6Folder 13
    Byrd - Holton, 1983-1984
  • Byrd - Howell Series
    • Box 6Folder 14
      Correspondence and Memos, Aug. - Dec. 1987, June 1988
    • Box 7Folder 1
      Background material and notes
    • Box 7Folder 2
      Program scripts
    • Box 7Folder 3
      First Byrd program
    • Box 7Folder 4
      Second Byrd program
    • Box 7Folder 5
      First Howell program
    • Box 7Folder 6
      Second Howell program
  • Holton - Dalton Series
    • Box 7Folder 7
      Correspondence and Memos, Mar., May 1986
    • Box 7Folder 8
      Background material
    • Box 7Folder 9
      Rough draft of article
    • Box 7Folder 10
      Program scripts
    • Box 7Folder 11
      Transcripts of interviews
  • Harrison - Godwin Series
    • Box 7Folder 12-16
      I-V
    • Box 8Folder 1
      Transcripts of programs 1-3
    • Box 8Folder 2
      Richmond Times-Dispatch,"The '60's Revisited," Oct. - Dec. 1982
    • Box 8Folder 3
      Mills E. Godwin, Jr.
    • Box 8Folder 4
      Mills E. Godwin, Jr. (transcripts of Programs 1-3)
    • Box 8Folder 5-6
      Albertis S. Harrison (I-II)
  • Tuck - Darden Series
    • Box 8Folder 7-10
      Correspondence, Sept. 1975 - June 1976
    • Box 8Folder 11-12
      I-III
    • Box 9Folder 1-2
      Photographs (I-II)
    • Box 9Folder 3
      Photographs - Bill Tuck and Family
    • Box 9Folder 4
      "Virginia Politics: The Way It Was"
Series III: Subject Files
  • Box 9Folder 5
    Adams, Howard Hanson (includes research and drafts for entry in the Dictionary of Virginia Biography)
  • Box 9Folder 6
    Allen, Floyd and Claude Swanson
  • Box 9Folder 7
    Almond, J. Lindsay, Jr.
  • Box 9Folder 8
    Almond, J. Lindsay, Jr. - "The Agony of Lindsay Almond . . . " by John Grant Mizell, Jr. (Honor's Thesis, University of Richmond, 1970)
  • Box 9Folder 9
    Almond-Byrd (includes text of Almond speech, 20 Jan. 1959), 1962
  • Box 9Folder 10
    Annual Reports (Central Virginia Educational Television, 1980, 1981; Hillenbrand Industries, 1986), 1980-1981, 1986
  • Box 9Folder 11
    Appointment Books, 1973, 1979
  • Box 9Folder 12
    Ashe, Arthur
  • Box 9Folder 13
    Atkinson, Frank - "The Dynamic Dominion: Realignment and the Rise of Virginia's Republican Party Since 1945"
  • Baliles, Gerald L.
    • Box 9Folder 14
      Correspondence
    • Box 9Folder 14
      Campaign material, 1985
    • Box 9Folder 14
      State of the Commonwealth Address, 1988
    • Box 9Folder 15
      Transportation Plan (Special General Assembly Session), 1986
  • Box 9Folder 16
    Battle, William C.
  • Box 10Folder 1
    Baylor School (Chattanooga, Tenn.)
  • Box 10Folder 2
    Beville, Claude, Jr.
  • Box 10Folder 3
    Blacks and Democrats
  • Box 10Folder 4-5
    Book reviews (clippings and includes notes on books)
  • Box 10Folder 6
    Boushall, Thomas C. (includes biographical information)
  • Box 10Folder 7
    Bradford, J. H. (includes article published in The Commonwealth, Feb. 1954)
  • Box 10Folder 8
    Broadsides
  • Box 10Folder 9
    Bumper stickers (Eisenhower, Stevenson, LBJ)
  • Box 10Folder 10
    Busing
  • Byrd, Harry F., Jr.
    • Box 10Folder 11
      Bryd, Harry F., Jr.
    • Box 10Folder 12
      Addresses (dedication of Mills E. Godwin High School, 26 April 1981; Richard Obenshain Memorial, 11 Sept. 1981), 1981
    • Box 10Folder 13
      "Byrd Bath," 1985
    • Box 10Folder 14
      Byrd Distinguished Lecture Series, Shenandoah College, Nov. 1983 - Mar. 1984
    • Box 10Folder 15
      Retirement (clippings; statement, 30 Nov. 1981; program of Testimonial Dinner, 6 Dec. 1982), 1982
    • Box 10Folder 16
      Seibel cartoons, 1960-1966
  • Byrd, Harry F., Sr.
    • Box 10Folder 17
      Byrd, Harry F., Sr.
    • Box 10Folder 18
      Correspondence with FDR (copies), July 1924, Jan. 1929
    • Box 10Folder 19
      Material compiled for Time article, 1962
    • Box 10Folder 20
      Portrait by David Silvette, 1978
  • Box 10Folder 21
    Byrds - Bryans and their papers
  • Box 10Folder 22
    "Capitol Comics: A Humorous Look at the Virginia General Assembly"
  • Box 10Folder 23
    Carico, Melville "Buster"
  • Box 11Folder 1
    Carolina Israelite - Golden lecture, Mar. - Apr. 1965
  • Box 11Folder 2
    Cartoon, Political - "Into the Home Stretch '77" by John T. Ailor
  • Box 11Folder 3
    Catalog - "Alfred J. Cammeyer Fine Shoes and Hosiery, Spring & Summer, 1909"
  • Box 11Folder 4
    Civil Rights Act, 1957
  • Clippings
    • Box 11Folder 5-10
      1926, 1935, 1938, 1944, 1950, 1955-1958, 1961-1989, 1991-1997, n.d.
    • Box 11Folder 11
      James Latimer and other reporters, 1942, 1950, 1952, 1956, 1958, 1960-1961, 1979
    • Box 11Folder 12
      Virginia, 1942, 1956-1957, 1971, 1974-1975, 1980-1988, 1992, 1996
    • Box 11Folder 13-15
      Virginia Politics, 1933, 1936, 1938, 1944, 1949, 1953, 1956, 1959-1960, 1962, 1966, 1968, 1970, 1974-1977, 1980-1998
  • Box 11Folder 16
    Colonial Williamsburg - "The First Twenty Five Years," 31 Dec. 1951
  • Box 11Folder 17
    Confederate Navy - "Richmond, Virginia Home of the Confederate Navy and the Confederate Navy's Contribution to the Cause" (1988)
  • Box 11Folder 18
    Contracts (Richmond Newspapers, Inc. and Richmond Newspapers Professional Association, 1972-1981; CVET and James Latimer, 1967), 1967, 1972-1981
  • Box 11Folder 19
    Corcoran, Thomas G.
  • Dabney, Virginius
    • Box 11Folder 20
      Dabney, Virginius
    • Box 11Folder 21
      Richmond Rotary Club remarks, June 1990
  • Box 11Folder 22
    Daffron, John
  • Box 11Folder 23
    Dalton, Eddy
  • Box 11Folder 24
    Dalton, John
  • Box 12Folder 1
    Dalton, Ted and John
  • Box 12Folder 2
    Darden, Colgate W.
  • Box 12Folder 3
    Deekens, Bill "Deek"
  • Box 12Folder 4
    Democratic Party Platform, 1948, 1956
  • Box 12Folder 5
    Eisenhower, Battle, William & Mary, 1953
  • Box 12Folder 6
    El-Amin, Sa'ad
  • Box 12Folder 7
    Election Laws Studies, 1986
  • Election Results
    • Box 12Folder 8
      1936 Presidential Election
    • Box 12Folder 9
      Amendments to the Constitution of Virginia, 1927-1966
    • Box 12Folder 10
      Democratic Primary (Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General), 1925-1957
    • Box 12Folder 1
      General Election (Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General), 1929-1961
    • Box 12Folder 12
      Virginia State Senate and House of Delegates (also Supervisors, Soil Conservation Districts), 1959-1967
    • Box 12Folder 13
      Virginia State Senate and House of Delegates (also Supervisors, Soil Conservation Districts), 1947-1958
    • Box 12Folder 14
      Republican Primary (Governor, Lt. Governor, and Attorney General), 1949
    • Box 12Folder 15
      Virginia (Governor)
    • Box 12Folder 16-19
      Virginia (President, U. S. Senate and House of Representatives), 1924-1962
    • Box 13Folder 1-2
      Virginia (President, U. S. Senate and House of Representatives), 1964-1978
    • Box 13Folder 3
      Virginia (President), 1872-1980
  • Elections
    • Box 13Folder 4
      Presidential and Congressional, 1932
    • Box 13Folder 5
      Presidential and Senatorial, 1988
    • Box 13Folder 6
      Presidential (clippings and Sabato analysis), 1992
    • Box 13Folder 7
      Presidential, 1996
    • Box 13Folder 8
      Presidential and Congressional, 1996
    • Box 13Folder 9
      State and Local, 1983
    • Box 13Folder 10
      U. S. Senate (Paul Trible vs. Dick Davis), 1982
    • Box 13Folder 11
      U. S. Senate (John Warner vs. Edythe Harrison), 1984
    • Box 13Folder 12-13
      U. S. Senate (Chuck Robb vs. Oliver North vs. J. Marshall Coleman) (I-II), 1994
    • Box 13Folder 14
      U. S. Senate Republican Primary (John Warner vs. Jim Miller), 1996
    • Box 13Folder 15
      U. S. Senate (John Warner vs. Mark Warner), 1996
    • Box 13Folder 16
      Virginia Democratic Gubernatorial Primary (Lt. Governor's Race), 1945
    • Box 13Folder 17
      Virginia Democratic Gubernatorial Primary (Remmie L. Arnold), 1949
    • Box 13Folder 18
      Virginia Democratic Gubernatorial Primary (Horace Edwards), 1949
    • Box 13Folder 19
      Virginia Democratic Gubernatorial Primary, 1961
    • Box 13Folder 20-21
      Virginia General Assembly (I-II), 1995
    • Box 13Folder 22
      Virginia Gubernatorial (William Mahone), 1889
    • Box 13Folder 23
      Virginia Gubernatorial, 1965
    • Box 14Folder 1-2
      Virginia Gubernatorial (I-II), 1981
    • Virginia Gubernatorial, 1985
      • Box 14Folder 3-4
        I-II
      • Box 14Folder 5
        Transcript of debate between Baliles and Durrette, 17 Aug. 1985
    • Box 14Folder 6
      Virginia Gubernatorial, 1989
    • Box 14Folder 7
      Virginia Gubernatorial (J. Marshall Coleman), 1989
    • Box 14Folder 8
      Virginia Gubernatorial, 1997
    • Box 14Folder 9
      Virginia Gubernatorial ("A Century of Politicking for Governor in Virginia"), 1997
  • Box 14Folder 10
    Falwell v. Flynt
  • Box 14Folder 11
    Ferebee, J. Smith (article in The Commonwealth, Oct. 1961)
  • Box 14Folder 12
    Freeman, Douglas Southall
  • Genealogy
    • Box 14Folder 13
      Howe Family
    • Box 14Folder 14
      "The Latimers Since the War"
    • Box 14Folder 15
      "Mama Mac: The Early Years"
  • Box 15Folder 1
    Ginter Park (Richmond, Va.)
  • Glasgow, Ellen
    • Box 15Folder 2
      Ellen Glasgow Newsletter, 1979-1983
    • Box 15Folder 3-4
      Henry W. Anderson and the 1921 Gubernatorial Election (I-II)
  • Godwin, Mills E., Jr.
    • Box 15Folder 5
      Godwin, Mills E., Jr.
    • Box 15Folder 6
      Genealogy
    • Box 15Folder 7
      Memoirs (1990)
    • Box 15Folder 8
      Seibel cartoons, 1965-1968
  • Box 15Folder 9
    GOP Loyalty Pledge
  • Box 15Folder 10-15
    Gridiron Club, 1971, 1981, 1983, 1987, 1991, 1995
  • Gubernatorial Addresses
    • Box 15Folder 16
      Gerald L. Baliles, 11 Jan. 1986
    • Box 15Folder 17
      Colgate W. Darden, 12 Jan. 1944
    • Box 15Folder 18
      Linwood Holton, 9 Jan. 1974
    • Box 16Folder 1
      George Campbell Peery, 8 Jan. 1936, 12 Jan. 1938
    • Box 16Folder 2
      John Garland Pollard, 15 Jan. 1930
    • Box 16Folder 3
      James H. Price, 14 Jan. 1942
    • Box 16Folder 4
      Charles S. Robb, 18 Jan. 1982
    • Box 16Folder 5
      E. Lee Trinkle, 1 Feb. 1922, 3 Mar. 1922, 9 Jan. 1924, 13 Jan. 1926
    • Box 16Folder 6
      William M. Tuck, 14 Jan. 1948, 11 Jan. 1950
  • Box 16Folder 7
    Guerry, Alexander - In Memorium (President, University of Chattanooga
  • Box 16Folder 8
    Guest, Raymond R. "Andy" - campaign for Republican nomination as Governor, 1988
  • Box 16Folder 9
    Hall, Grover C., Jr. - resignation as editor of the Richmond News Leader
  • Box 16Folder 10
    Hall, John Hopkins, Jr. - resignation as Labor Commissioner, 1949
  • Box 16Folder 11
    Hardy, Porter, Jr. (obituary)
  • Harrison, Albertis S.
    • Box 16Folder 12
      Funeral article and Godwin remarks; retirement from Virginia Supreme Court
    • Box 16Folder 13
      "Selected Speeches of Albertis S. Harrison, Jr., 1962-1966" - Table of contents
    • Box 16Folder 14
      Virginia Project Foundation
  • Box 16Folder 15-16
    Health (I-II)
  • Box 16Folder 17
    Hermitage Country Club - Newsletters, May 1982, May 1983, Apr. 1996
  • Box 16Folder 18
    Hill, Oliver - Election to Richmond City Council, 1948
  • Box 16Folder 19
    Hill, Oliver and Samuel Tucker, 1990
  • Box 16Folder 20
    Holton, Linwood (clippings, correspondence, campaign material)
  • Box 16Folder 21
    Hotels - Hotel Richmond and Murphy's
  • Box 16Folder 22
    Howe, Murry M. - Resolution of respect, 10 Apr. 1996
  • Howell, Henry
    • Box 16Folder 23
      Abstract of Remarks to State AFL-CIO Annual Convention, 10 Aug. 1979
    • Box 16Folder 23
      Flier - Henry Howell Reunion, 25 Aug. 1979
    • Box 16Folder 24
      Campaign Material
    • Box 16Folder 25
      1969 Gubernatorial Election (clippings)
  • Box 16Folder 26
    Hudgins, Edward Wren
  • Box 16Folder 27
    Jefferson - Lakeside Country Club
  • Box 16Folder 28
    Jefferson - Jackson Day Dinner, 1987
  • Box 17Folder 1
    Jefferson, Thomas
  • Box 17Folder 2
    Jones, Overton
  • Box 17Folder 3
    Journalism
  • Box 17Folder 4
    Kelley, George
  • Box 17Folder 5
    Latimer family; McCrary family
  • Box 17Folder 6
    Latimer, Anna Mary McCrary (wife) - Memorial Service Program, 25 June 1993
  • Box 17Folder 7
    Latimer, Hugh, Bishop
  • Box 17Folder 8
    Latimer, Hugh Darington (father) - National Geographic Society and stock certificate
  • Latimer, James D. (son)
    • Box 17Folder 9
      National Aquatic School, 14 - 24 Aug. 1962
    • Box 17Folder 10
      Term Paper, Valuation Report on a home in Gainesville, Florida
  • Latimer, James H.
    • Box 17Folder 11
      Biographical information
    • Box 17Folder 12
      Miscellaneous
  • Latimer, James H. (grandfather)
    • Box 17Folder 13-14
      Sympathy cards, obituaries, clippings (I-II)
    • Box 17Folder 15
      United Confederate Veterans; photograph, 11 May 1933
  • Box 17Folder 16
    Latimer, Ollie Mai Howe (mother) - Account Book, Circle # 4 Auxiliary, n.d.
  • Box 17Folder 17
    Lee, Robert E. - Portrait
  • Box 17Folder 18
    Lindbergh, Charles A. - Visit to Virginia, Oct. 1927
  • Box 17Folder 19
    Lowance, Carter O.
  • Box 17Folder 20
    MAC 491 (VCU School of Mass Communications), 1995
  • Box 17Folder 21
    Mackenzie, Ross
  • Box 17Folder 22
    MacNelly, Jeff
  • Maps
    • Box 17Folder 23
      Richmond and Washington, D. C. (includes Amtrak timetable)
    • Box 17Folder 24
      Tidewater and Environs
    • Box 17Folder 25
      Virginia Revolutionary War Map, 1774-1783
    • Box 17Folder 26
      Topographical - Shenandoah National Park, Central Section (1980)
  • Box 17Folder 27
    Marshall (George C. Marshall) Day, VMI, 15 May 1951
  • Box 18Folder 1
    Marshall-Wythe School of Law - Bicentennial, 1979
  • Box 18Folder 2
    Massive Resistance
  • Mays, David - Secret Diaries
    • Box 18Folder 3
      Article, Richmond Times Dispatch,22 Sept. 1996
    • Box 18Folder 4
      Correspondence and Memos, Jan. - Oct. 1996
    • Box 18Folder 5-7
      Excerpts, 1914, 1917, 1926, 1955-1959, 1970-1971
    • Box 18Folder 8-9
      Notes and background material
    • Box 18Folder 10-11
      Rough Drafts
  • Box 18Folder 12
    McDowell, Charles
  • Box 18Folder 13
    Media General, Inc.
  • Box 19Folder 1
    Miller, Andrew Pickens
  • Box 19Folder 2-4
    Miscellaneous
  • Box 19Folder 5
    Miscellaneous - press passes, business cards, book titles, receipts, membership cards
  • Box 19Folder 6
    Montague, Andrew Jackson
  • Box 19Folder 7
    Moore, E. Blackburn - In Memoriam, 22 July 1980
  • Box 19Folder 8
    Mullet - rules, score sheets, minutes, etc.
  • Box 19Folder 9
    Newsletters - Scott Meredith Literary Agency, Inc.; The 333 News (Richmond Newspapers Inc.); RAG Times
  • Box 19Folder 10
    Obenshain, Richard
  • Box 19Folder 11
    Obituaries
  • Box 19Folder 12
    Oral History Forum of the Virginia Library Association (correspondence and notes for talk given at VLA Annual Conference), 9 Nov. 1979
  • Political Conventions
    • Box 19Folder 13
      Democratic National, 1952
    • Box 19Folder 14
      Democratic National, 1960
    • Box 19Folder 15
      Democratic National, 1964
    • Box 19Folder 16
      Democratic and Republican National, 1980
    • Box 19Folder 17
      Democratic National - 1968 (delegates' list); 1972 (seating plan); 1976 (press kit folder); 1980 (ticket); 1984 (delegate selection plan); 1988 (delegates' list), 1968-1988
    • Box 19Folder 18
      Republican National, 1948
    • Box 19Folder 19
      Republican National, 1968
    • Box 20Folder 1-4
      Republican National (I-IV), 1976
    • Box 20Folder 5
      Republican National ( Russell Record, 21 and 23 Aug. 1976) (V), 1976
    • Box 20Folder 6
      Republican National, 1980
    • Box 20Folder 7
      Republican National (List of Virginia's Delegates), 1988
    • Box 20Folder 8
      Virginia Republican, 1984
    • Box 20Folder 9
      Virginia Republican, 1986
    • Box 20Folder 10
      Virginia State Democratic, 1960
    • Box 20Folder 11
      Virginia State Democratic, 1968
    • Box 20Folder 12
      Virginia State Democratic, 1980
    • Box 20Folder 13
      Virginia State Democratic, 1984
  • Box 20Folder 14
    Popham, John (managing editor, Chattanooga Times)
  • Box 20Folder 15
    Postcards - Nashville (Tenn.), Davy Crockett
  • Box 20Folder 16
    Powell, Lewis F., Jr.
  • Box 20Folder 17
    Presidential Inauguration (press kit), 1965
  • Box 21Folder 1
    Presidential Nominating Process
  • Box 21Folder 2-4
    Presidential Press Conferences (I-III)
  • Box 21Folder 5
    Press Releases (including LBJ speech with Byrd, Sr. reactions), 1955-1986
  • Box 21Folder 6
    Prince Edward County - Segregation Suit (clippings)
  • Box 21Folder 7
    Programs - Musical Performance and plays
  • Prohibition
    • Box 21Folder 8
      Alan Burton Clarke (I)
    • Box 21Folder 9-10
      "Seventeen Years in the Desert" by Alan Burton Clarke (pp. 1-173 - Introduction, Chapters 1-4, Conclusion) (II-III)
  • Box 21Folder 11
    Quayle, Dan - Washington Post articles, 5 - 12 Jan. 1992
  • Box 21Folder 12
    Rawlings, George C., Jr. - Campaign brochure, 1968
  • Box 21Folder 13-14
    Reporter's Note Books (I-II)
  • Reports
    • Box 21Folder 15
      "Toward A New Dominion: Choices for Virginians (Report of the Governor's Commission on Virginia's Future)," Dec. 1984
    • Box 21Folder 16
      "Metropolitan Virginia: A Program for Action," 15 Nov. 1967
    • Box 21Folder 17
      "The Virginia Public School System: Report of the Virginia Education Commission," 1944
    • Box 21Folder 18
      "Report of The Commission to Study the State Government of Virginia," 1 Sept. 1961
    • Box 21Folder 19
      "The Reorganization of the Agencies of State Government," 13 Nov. 1949
  • Box 22Folder 1
    Republican Party Platform, 1952
  • Box 22Folder 2
    Reynolds Family (Reynolds Metal Co.)
  • Box 22Folder 3
    Reynolds, J. Sargeant
  • Box 22Folder 4
    Richmond City Council - history
  • Box 22Folder 5
    Richmond Colts - program, 1951
  • Box 22Folder 6
    Richmond - Hospital Needs - Richmond Times-Dispatch,Jan. 1952
  • Box 22Folder 7
    Richmond Newspapers, Inc. - proposed history
  • Box 22Folder 8
    Richmond Times-Dispatch and Richmond News Leader merger (clippings), 1991-1992
  • Box 22Folder 9
    Richmond Times-Dispatch - Task Force on Design and Appearance Report; Content Committee Report, 7 Aug. 1987
  • Box 22Folder 10
    Richmond - "Trafficway Plan for Richmond," City Planning Commission, Apr. 1951
  • Robb, Chuck
    • Box 22Folder 11
      Robb, Chuck
    • Box 22Folder 12
      Presidential speculation
    • Box 22Folder 13
      1984 Presidential Election
  • Box 22Folder 14-15
    Robb - Wilder, 1985-1986, 1991
  • Box 22Folder 16
    Robertson, A. Willis - Tributes to in the Congressional Record,27 May 1965
  • Box 22Folder 17
    Rolfe, Shelley
  • Box 22Folder 18
    Saint Thomas' Episcopal Church - Directory, Aug. 1990
  • Box 22Folder 19
    Saunier, Paul - columns, Dec. 1982 - Jan. 1983
  • Box 22Folder 20
    Sawgrass Village (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.) (I)
  • Box 23Folder 1
    Sawgrass Village (Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.) (II)
  • Schoolwork
    • Box 23Folder 2
      May 1927, Dec. 1928
    • University of Chattanooga
      • Box 23Folder 3-4
        1932
      • Box 23Folder 5
        Assignment and notebook, n.d.
      • Box 23Folder 6
        Grades, book reports, news report on the 3rd annual Dixie press convention
      • Box 23Folder 7
        Principles of Economics
      • Box 23Folder 8
        Psychology, English, Philosophy, 1932
  • Scrapbooks
    • Box 23Folder 9
      Merry X-Mas to James Howe from Sara and Mary, n.d.
    • Box 23Folder 10
      Clippings and miscellaneous material re: the Arts, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Etc.
    • Box 24Folder 1
      Miscellaneous articles
  • Box 24Folder 2
    SDX - Freedom of Information - Secrecy in Government, 1967-1968
  • Box 24Folder 3
    Segregation - Schools
  • Box 24Folder 4
    Seibel, Fred O. - Copies of editorial cartoons, 1956, 1960-1968
  • Box 24Folder 5
    Seminar for Southern Journalists, 31 Mar. - 4 Apr. 1968
  • Smith, Howard W.
    • Box 24Folder 6
      Book review ("Keeper of the Rules" by Bruce J. Dierenfield)
    • Box 24Folder 7
      Campaign brochure, 1946
  • Box 24Folder 8
    Smith, William "Extra Billy"
  • Box 24Folder 9
    Southampton County, Photographs of (re: Nat Turner's Rebellion), Apr. 1967
  • Box 24Folder 10
    Speeches
  • Box 24Folder 11
    Spong, William B.
  • Box 24Folder 12
    Stephens, A. E. S. "Gi" and Mosby Perrow - Resolutions passed by General Assembly upon their death, 1974
  • Box 24Folder 13
    Stoddart, George
  • Box 24Folder 14-21
    Taft Seminar for Teachers, 1984-1992
  • Box 24Folder 22
    Thompson, Lorin A.
  • Box 25Folder 1
    Time, Inc.
  • Travel
    • Box 25Folder 2-6
      1990-1991
    • Box 25Folder 7
      Graves Mountain Lodge, Virginia Wineries, Skyland, Shenandoah National Park
    • Box 25Folder 8
      New York hotels
  • Box 25Folder 9
    Truman, Harry S - Conflicts with Harry F. Byrd, Sr.
  • Tuck, William M.
    • Box 26Folder 1
      Tuck, William M.
    • Box 26Folder 2
      Birthday tribute, 1981
  • United States Constitution
    • Box 26Folder 3
      200th Anniversary
    • Box 26Folder 4
      Bicentennial (Virginius Dabney interview, materials for teachers, notes), 1987
    • Box 26Folder 5
      "Constitution of the United States," Encyclopedia Americana
    • Box 26Folder 6
      The Jefferson Meeting on the Constitution, Feb. 1984
    • Box 26Folder 7
      The Jefferson Meeting (includes material from the Illinois Jefferson Meeting, 1984), 1985
  • Box 26Folder 8
    United States Supreme Court - Court cases involving Virginia
  • Box 26Folder 9
    University Echo (University of Chattanooga student newspaper), 1 Apr. 1932, 4 Nov. 1932, 16 Dec. 1932, 26 May 1933, 1 Apr. 1982
  • Box 26Folder 10
    University of Richmond - 125th Anniversary, 29 Oct. 1955
  • University of Virginia
    • Box 26Folder 11
      Alderman Library
    • Box 26Folder 12
      James H. Latimer Endowed Fellowship Fund, 1987
  • Box 26Folder 13
    Virginia Communications Hall of Fame (nominations), 1985-1995
  • Box 26Folder 14
    Virginia Communications Hall of Fame, 1987
  • Box 26Folder 15
    Virginia Constitutional Convention, 1829-1830
  • Box 26Folder 16
    Virginia Court Day Forums - Grant application, 1983
  • Box 27Folder 1
    Virginia Democratic Party
  • Box 27Folder 2
    Virginia's Executive Mansion
  • Box 27Folder 3
    Virginia Financial Crisis, 1956
  • Box 27Folder 4
    Virginia General Assembly (Young Turks), 1954
  • Box 27Folder 5
    Virginia General Assembly, 1962, 1980, 1983, 1986, 1990, 1995
  • Box 27Folder 6
    Virginia Historical Society
  • Box 27Folder 7
    Virginia's Inaugural Ceremonies - History and programs, 1954, 1962, 1974, 1978
  • Box 27Folder 8
    Virginia Military Institute
  • Box 27Folder 9
    Virginia's Political Bosses
  • Box 27Folder 10
    Virginia Political Party Development
  • Virginia Politics
    • Box 27Folder 11
      Comparison between Fairfax and Halifax Counties
    • Box 27Folder 12
      Election results, biographical information on governors, political parties
    • Box 27Folder 13
      Maps of House of Delegates districts, State Senatorial districts, and Congressional districts
    • Box 27Folder 14-15
      Miscellaneous
  • Box 27Folder 16
    Virginia Presidential Politics - Miller Center of Public Affairs, University of Virginia - "Four Virginia Governors," 31 Oct. 1996
  • Box 27Folder 17
    Virginia's Primary
  • Box 27Folder 18
    Virginia Rebuttal Dinner (Sorenson Institute), 12 May 1997
  • Box 28Folder 1
    Virginia Senators
  • Box 28Folder 2
    Virginia State Capitol
  • Box 28Folder 3
    Warner, John - Birthday salute, 26 Feb. 1983
  • Box 28Folder 4
    White Burkett Miller Center of Public Affairs
  • Whitehead, Robert
    • Box 28Folder 5-7
      "The Political Career of Robert Whitehead" by William B. Obrochta (M. A. Thesis, Univ. of Richmond, 1985), pp. 1-220
    • Box 28Folder 8
      Remarks regarding State Interposition, 1 Feb. 1956
  • Wilder, L. Douglas
    • Box 28Folder 9
      Wilder, L. Douglas
    • Box 28Folder 10
      Lt. Governor's Campaign, 1984
  • Box 28Folder 11
    Wilkinson, J. Harvie, III - Campaign pamphlet, 1970
  • Box 28Folder 12
    Williams, Ernest Howard
  • Box 28Folder 13
    Woodrow Wilson Foundation (addresses), 1978-1987
  • Box 28Folder 14
    Young Republicans - Eastern Young Republican College Conference (Charlottesville), 16-17 Mar. 1951
Series IV: Publications
  • Box 28Folder 15
    Arlington County, Virginia
  • Box 28Folder 16
    "Beesley's Illustrated Guide to St. Michael's Church, Charleston, So. Ca.," by Charles Norbury Beesley (1898)
  • Box 29Folder 1
    Brunswick County, Virginia
  • Box 29Folder 2
    Civil War Publications
  • Box 29Folder 3
    The Commonwealth, Nov. 1954, June 1955, Jan. 1956, Aug. 1956
  • Box 29Folder 4
    "The Financial Affairs of McCarthy"
  • Box 29Folder 5
    "The History of the Republican Party, 1854-1956"
  • Box 29Folder 6
    "The Honorable George Wythe" - An Address by Oscar L. Shewmake, Esquire
  • Box 29Folder 7
    King William County
  • Box 29Folder 8
    Leesburg, Virginia
  • Box 29Folder 9
    "The Lewis and Clark Expedition"
  • Box 29Folder 10
    "The Lost Colony, 1587-1947 - 360th Anniversary Celebration"
  • Box 29Folder 11
    The M-G News - Dec. 1976, Aug. 1978, May 1981, Feb. 1982
  • Box 29Folder 12
    The M-G News - Feb. 1987, Apr. 1987, Oct./Nov. 1997
  • Box 29Folder 13
    Miscellaneous
  • Box 29Folder 14
    "The Mystic Symbol," by John D. Freeman, 1932
  • Box 29Folder 15
    "The N. C. & St. L. RY. News Item," May 1924
  • Box 29Folder 16
    The New Yorker - "Georgia I and Georgia II", 6 and 13 Feb. 1978
  • Box 29Folder 17
    "Richmond's Architecture," by Robert P. Winthrop - reprinted from Richmond Times-Dispatch,9 Aug. - 11 Oct. 1981
  • Box 29Folder 18
    "Sockdolager! A Tale of Davy Crockett" (distributed by the Virginia Commission of Constitutional Government)
  • Box 29Folder 19
    T-D Topics, 1979-1989
  • Box 29Folder 20
    Time, 21 Aug. 1964
  • Box 29Folder 21
    Time - "Special 1776 Issue," 4 July 1976
  • Box 30Folder 1
    Time - "Special Bicentennial Issue," 26 Sept. 1789
  • Box 30Folder 2
    Today in Virginia, 13 Nov. 1968, 25 Nov. 1968, 5 May 1969
  • Box 30Folder 3
    United Confederate Veterans Programs, 1932, 1934
  • Box 30Folder 4-6
    University of Virginia Newsletters, 1948-1996
  • Box 30Folder 7
    Virginia Business, Apr. 1989
  • Box 30Folder 8-11
    Virginia Cavalcade, Winter 1995, Winter 1996, Spring 1981, Summer 1995 Spring 1955, Autumn, 1976, Autumn 1954
  • Box 30Folder 12
    Virginia Magazine of History and Biography (Vol. 87, No. 1), Jan. 1979
  • Box 30Folder 13-14
    Virginia and the Virginia Record, Jan. 1954, Aug. 1954
  • Box 30Folder 15
    Virginia Record - "The History of the Virginia General Assembly," Jan. 1964
  • Box 30Folder 16
    The Washington Post Magazine, 17 July 1988, 7 Aug. 1988, 28 Jan. 1996
  • Box 30Folder 17
    Westmoreland County, Virginia (includes pamphlet on the Leedstown Resolutions)
  • Box 31Folder 1
    Newspapers
  • Box 31Folder 2
    "A Century of History From the Front Pages of the Richmond Times-Dispatch & the Richmond News Leader," 1978, 1983, 1986
  • Box 31Folder 3
    Richmond News Leader,"It seems like only Yesterday," Special Commemorative Magazine, 30 May 1992
  • Box 31Folder 4
    "Welcome To Richmond Newspapers"
  • Box 31Folder 5
    Country Gentleman, Aug. 1937
  • Box 31Folder 6
    Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, 14 May 1870
  • Box 31Folder 7
    The Ladies' Home Journal, Sept. 1915
  • Box 31Folder 8
    Life - 6 Dec. 1963; John F. Kennedy Memorial Edition; 23 June 1972
  • Box 31Folder 9
    "The Little Small Red Hen"
  • Box 31Folder 10
    Look, 3 Dec. 1963
  • Box 31Folder 11
    The New York Times Book Review, 15 Mar. 1970
  • Box 31Folder 12
    The Washington Post Magazine, 14 Jan. 1979
Series V: Writings
  • Box 31Folder 13-17
    Articles, 1937-1938, 1940-1941, 1947, 1950, 1957, 1960-1969 1970-1975 1976-1979 1980-1984, 1990, 1994
  • Box 31Folder 18-19
    Rough Drafts, 1970, 1974-1979, 1980-1982, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1995
  • Box 31Folder 20
    Scrapbook (articles re. Henrico - Richmond annexation and miscellaneous)
  • Box 31Folder 21-22
    Sunday Columns (rough drafts, clippings, and columns), 1972-1981, n.d.
  • Box 32Folder 1
    Sunday Article - "The Message of Mount Rushmore" (includes article, notes, and background material), 10 Oct. 1976
  • Box 32Folder 2
    "Virginia Politics, 1950-1960" (116 pp., written in 1961)
Series VI: Photographs
  • Box 32Folder 3
    Accepting George Mason Award, 5 June 1979
  • Box 32Folder 4-10
    At Work (I-VII)
  • Box 32Folder 11
    1977 Democratic Gubernatorial Primary - Henry Howell and Andrew Pickens Miller
  • Box 32Folder 12
    Almond, J. Lindsay, Jr. - color negatives
  • Box 32Folder 13
    Berry Hill Plantation (Halifax County, Va.)
  • Box 32Folder 14
    Bratton, Madison
  • Box 32Folder 15
    Byrd Family (William Byrd II, William Byrd III, Harry F. Byrd, Sr. inauguration, Harry F. Byrd, Jr. wedding)
  • Box 32Folder 16
    "Conferences of Chief Justices" - Visit to Virginia, Sept. 1950
  • Box 32Folder 17
    Courthouses - Brunswick, Greensville, Hanover, King William, Sussex, and Westmoreland Counties
  • Box 32Folder 18
    Dalton, John
  • Box 32Folder 19
    Dalton, Ted (autographed photograph)
  • Box 32Folder 20
    Danville Public Library (Last White House of the Confederacy)
  • Box 32Folder 21
    Ellyson, J. Taylor (photograph of portrait)
  • Folder 32Folder 22
    Godwin, Mills E., Jr. (autographed photograph)
  • Box 32Folder 23
    Godwin, Mills, John Dalton, and Linwood Holton, 1978
  • Box 32Folder 24
    Holton, Linwood
  • Box 32Folder 25
    Howell, Henry (photograph of portrait)
  • Box 32Folder 26
    "Le Lorgneur" - Antoine Watteau
  • Box 32Folder 27
    Libby, Margaret Randolph, Lt.
  • Box 32Folder 28
    Members and Officers of the Constitutional Convention of Virginia, 1901-02
  • Box 32Folder 29
    Mardan, Omar
  • Box 32Folder 30
    Miller, Francis Pickens, 1977
  • Box 33Folder 1
    Miscellaneous - courthouses, Mrs. Holton's Home, unidentified, Massive Resistance, Art Museum on wheels
  • Box 33Folder 2
    National Political Figures - Nixon, Stevenson, Agnew, Ford
  • Box 33Folder 3
    National Tobacco Festival, 1957
  • Cabinet Map-case: 8Drawer 9
    Panoramic photograph, unidentified group
  • Box 33Folder 4
    Pickett, Owen
  • Box 33Folder 5
    Reynolds, Metals Company - Headquarters Building, 1958
  • Box 33Folder 6
    Robb, Chuck - Playing Tennis
  • Box 33Folder 7
    Virginia Communications Hall of Fame, 1987
  • Box 33Folder 8-11
    Virginia General Assembly ( Richmond Times-Dispatch photographs), 1972, 1973, 1975, 1979
  • Box 33Folder 12
    Virginia Supreme Court, 1974