A Guide to the E. Griffith Dodson Papers, 1923-1962 Dodson, E. Griffith Papers, 1923-1962 25244

A Guide to the E. Griffith Dodson Papers, 1923-1962

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Accession Number 25244


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Repository
Library of Virginia
Accession number
25244
Title
E. Griffith Dodson Papers, 1923-1962
Physical Characteristics
13.15 cu. ft., in part photocopies
Physical Location
Personal Papers Collection, Acc. 25244
Language
English

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation

E. Griffith Dodson Papers, 1923-1962. Accession 25244, Personal papers collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Acquisition Information

Accession 25244, Gift of E. Griffith Dodson, Richmond, Virginia, 27 October 1960; Accession 39503, Purchased from Jan Hanna, Belfast, Maine.

Biographical/Historical Information

Edward Griffith Dodson was born in Norfolk, Virginia on 30 April 1884. He received a law degree from the University of Virginia in 1907. He married Harriotte Jones Winchester of Macon, Georgia on 29 January 1913. Dodson served on the Norfolk Board of Alderman from 1912 to 1918; member of the Democratic State Central Committee from 1916 to 1938; member of the Virginia House of Delegates from 1918 to 1920; Virginia State Senate, 1922; member of the State Commission on Conservation and Development from 1926 to 1934; and Clerk of the Virginia House of Delegates from 1934 to 1962. He was also director of the Seaboard Citizens National Bank of Norfolk. Dodson also authored several books on Virginia history, including The Capitol of the Commonwealth of Virginia at Richmond (1937), The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia, 1919-1939 (1939), and Speakers and Clerks of the Virginia House of Delegates, 1776-1955 (1956). He died in Norfolk, Virginia on 8 April 1969.

Scope and Content Information

Papers, 1923-1962, of E. Griffith Dodson, including correspondence, as well as files relating to his work on several books on Virginia history. The CORRESPONDENCE FILES contain incoming and copies of outgoing correspondence. Correspondents include Arthur Bevan, R. E. Burson, Harry F. Byrd, A. C. Carson, William E. Carson, Colgate W. Darden, Hamilton J. Eckenrode, Elmer O. Fippin, Junius Fishburn, Richard A. Gilliam, Chapin Jones, Lee Long, Thomas W. Ozlin, George C. Peery, John Garland Pollard, Rufus G. Roberts, and Coleman Wortham. There is a substantial amount of correspondence between Dodson and Harry F. Byrd. When Byrd ran for Governor of Virginia in 1925 against G. Walter Mapp of Accomack County, Dodson served as his campaign director in Norfolk. The correspondence in this portion of the collection documents Byrd's stance on campaign issues such as liquor law enforcement, voter registration procedures, revisions of the fee system, tax equalization, road building and the gas tax, and Byrd's votes on the 1916 Vice Bill and Bible Bill while serving in the Virginia General Assembly, as well as machine politics, and economy, efficiency, and simplicity in state government. The correspondence between Byrd and Dodson continued while Byrd was Governor, and later United States Senator. Most of the correspondence from this time period focuses on state and national issues, and political appointments.

The remainder of correspondence files detail Dodson's work as a member of the State Commission on Conservation and Development. There is a large amount of correspondence with William E. Carson, who served as chairman, as well as other members of the Commission. Topics covered include the use of Virginia's scenic and historic assets to attract tourists and industry, and plans to foster recreational areas, such as the creation of the Shenandoah National Park. There is a large amount of documentation concerning the park's pledge campaign, and efforts to reduce the park's size. Other issues covered include the preparation of a system of historical markers placed along the state's highways, the formation of a state park system, and the move to reorganize the Commission under Governor Pollard. There is also a box of miscellaneous publications, annual reports, legislation, programs, newsletters, pamphlets, and brochures concerning agriculture, conservation and development, geology, parks and water power in Virginia and other states.

THE CAPITOL OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA AT RICHMOND series contains files on various individuals and topics included in this volume which was first published in 1937. This series is alphabetical, and includes correspondence seeking information on portraits, busts, and statues of all the governors of Virginia since 1776, and other famous Virginians, contained in the Capitol, and biographical information on those particular individuals. Also contained in this series are miscellaneous notes and a bound volume of cut-up galleys. Accession 39503 is a copy of the book inscribed by Gov. George Campbell Peery to Dodson's wife, which also includes a handwritten dedication by Dodson, as well as various annotations throughout. This volume is number seven of two thousand printed.

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, 1919-1939, series contains biographical questionnaires and sketches, as well as correspondence, which Dodson used to compile this register of members published in 1939. The biographical questionnaires were sent out to all members or their descendants, were completed, and returned. These questionnaires were then used to compile member sketches which are included in the book.

The SPEAKERS AND CLERKS OF THE VIRGINIA HOUSE OF DELEGATES, 1776-1955, series includes correspondence and research notes concerning individuals who served as Speaker or Clerk of the Virginia House of Delegates. The correspondence is with the particular individual or his descendants, and includes genealogical and biographical information which Dodson used to compile his sketches for the book which was published in 1956. There is a large amount of information on John James Beckley, Benjamin Harrison, Charles Hay, John Winston Jones, Larkin Smith, John Stewart, and Zephaniah Turner, Jr. Also included in this series are court orders, resolutions of respect, and memorials of former members, miscellaneous research notes, as well as various drafts, some of them bound, a card index, and wood block printing plates used in the production of the volume.

Also included in this collection is a bound typescript entitled "The General Assembly of Virginia, 1885-1918, Index" which Dodson compiled in 1959, and had apparently hoped to publish. The volume is an alphabetical index of entries mostly in House journals and partly in Senate journals, including resolutions, documents, reports, addresses, election of judges, State officers, House officers, electoral boards, other confirmations of boards and school superintendents, and items of historical interest. This volume was intended to be a supplement to his book THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, 1919-1939. The volume also includes a listing of all counties and cities in Virginia showing their several judicial circuits from time to time.

Arrangement

Arranged in four series: I. Correspondence Files. II. The Capitol of the Commonwealth of Virginia at Richmond. III. The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia, 1919-1939. IV. Speakers and Clerks of the Virginia House of Delegates, 1776-1955.

Contents List

Correspondence Files
  • Box 1Folder 1-2
    Burson, R. E.
  • Byrd, Harry F.
    • Campaign Correspondence
      • Box 1Folder 3
        1926
      • Box 1Folder 4
        1925 (November-December)
      • Box 1Folder 5
        1925 (October)
      • Box 1Folder 6
        1925 (September)
      • Box 1Folder 7
        1925 (August 12-31)
      • Box 1Folder 8
        1925 (August 1-11)
      • Box 1Folder 9
        1925 (July 16-31)
      • Box 1Folder 10
        1925 (July 1-15)
      • Box 1Folder 11
        1925 (June)
      • Box 1Folder 12
        1925 (May)
      • Box 1Folder 13
        1924
      • Box 1Folder 14
        Campaign Literature
      • Box 1Folder 15
        Lists of Contributors
      • Box 1Folder 16
        Miscellaneous
    • General Correspondence
      • Box 2Folder 1
        25 April 1934 - 2 March 1935
      • Box 2Folder 2-4
        3 March 1933 - 25 April 1934
      • Box 2Folder 5-7
        14 September 1930 - 2 March 1933
      • Box 3Folder 1-3
        4 January 1928 - 13 September 1930
      • Box 2Folder 4
        Luncheon - Norfolk - 26 April 1928
      • Box 2Folder 5-7
        7 May 1926 - 3 January 1928
      • Box 2Folder 8-9
        2 November 1923 - 6 May 1926
  • Box 4Folder 1
    "C"
  • Box 4Folder 2-3
    Carson, Judge A. C.
  • Carson, William E.
    • Box 4Folder 4
      5 October 1934 - 31 December 1934
    • Box 4Folder 5-8
      1 September 1933 - 5 October 1934
    • Box 4Folder 9-12
      1 January 1932 - 31 August 1933
    • Box 4Folder 13-14
      14 May 1930 - 31 December 1931
    • Box 5Folder 1-2
      14 May 1930 - 31 December 1931 (continued)
    • Box 5Folder 3-5
      1 January 1929 - 6 May 1930
    • Box 5Folder 6-8
      11 May 1926 - 31 December 1928
    • Box 5Folder 9
      Speeches, 1929
  • Box 5Folder 10
    Chamber of Commerce
  • Box 5Folder 11-13
    Civilian Defense
  • Box 5Folder 14
    Collector of Customs
  • Box 5Folder 15
    Constitutional Amendments
  • Box 5Folder 16
    Committee of One Hundred
  • Box 6Folder 1
    "D"
  • Box 6Folder 2
    Dale Point
  • Box 6Folder 3-4
    Darden, Colgate W., 3 August 1933 - 20 December 1934
  • Box 6Folder 5-6
    Democratic Committee, Second Congressional District and Parke P. Deans, 19 January 1932 - 14 November 1934
  • Box 6Folder 7
    "E"
  • Box 6Folder 8-12
    Eckenrode, H. J., 9 September 1927 - 1 November 1934
  • Box 6Folder 13
    Epes, Louis S.
  • Box 6Folder 14
    "F"
  • Box 6Folder 15
    Farrar, Thomas L., 30 December 1927 - 22 December 1934
  • Fippin, Elmer O.
    • Box 6Folder 16-17
      15 November 1929 - 2 July 1930
    • Box 7Folder 1-4
      30 March 1928 - 14 November 1929
    • Box 7Folder 5-8
      6 August 1926 - 30 March 1928
  • Box 7Folder 9
    Fishburn, Junius P.
  • Box 7Folder 10
    "G"
  • Box 7Folder 11
    Garden Club
  • Gilliam, Richard A.
    • Box 7Folder 12-14
      15 May 1933 - 17 December 1934
    • Box 8Folder 1-4
      15 July 1930 - 27 April 1933
  • Box 8Folder 5
    "H"
  • Box 8Folder 6
    Highway Markers
  • Box 8Folder 7-9
    Historic Sites
  • Box 8Folder 10
    "J"
  • Box 8Folder 11-12
    Jones, Chapin
  • Box 8Folder 13
    "L"
  • Box 8Folder 14
    Legislature - 1932
  • Box 8Folder 15
    Long, Lee
  • Box 9Folder 1
    "M"
  • Box 9Folder 2
    "Mc"
  • Box 9Folder 3-4
    Marker Legends
  • Box 9Folder 5
    Miscellaneous
  • Box 9Folder 6-11
    Monthly Statistical Reports, Division of History and Archaeology, 1929-1934
  • Box 9Folder 12
    Mosquito District - Virginia Beach
  • Box 9Folder 13
    "N"
  • Box 9Folder 14
    "O"
  • Box 9Folder 15
    Ozlin, Thomas W.
  • Box 9Folder 16
    "P"
  • Box 9Folder 17
    Peery, George C.
  • Box 9Folder 18-19
    Pollard, John Garland
  • Box 9Folder 20
    Porter - Designer of the Virginia (Merrimac)
  • Box 10Folder 1
    "R"
  • Box 10Folder 2
    Report of the Findings of Mr. R. E. Burson on the George Washington Grist Mill, Situated on Dogue Creek Run, Mount Vernon, Virginia - March, 1932
  • Box 10Folder 3
    Report of the Nature and Status of the Work of the Virginia Forest Service - 4 August 1926
  • Box 10Folder 4
    Report of the Virginia Geological Survey
  • Box 10Folder 5
    Roberts, Rufus G.
  • Box 10Folder 6-7
    "S"
  • Box 10Folder 8
    Shenandoah National Park Division - S. H. Marsh, Supervisor
  • Shenandoah National Park Fund
    • Box 10Folder 9
      List of Unpaid Pledges - Cities
    • Box 10Folder 10
      List of Unpaid Pledges - Counties (Accomack - Franklin)
    • Box 10Folder 11
      List of Unpaid Pledges - Counties (Frederick - Richmond)
    • Box 10Folder 12
      List of Unpaid Pledges - Counties (Roanoke - Wythe)
    • Box 10Folder 13
      Past Due Notes, Outstanding and Demand Notes, Special Pledges Not Included on Lists, Money Pledges to be Transferred to Land, 1932-1933
    • Box 10Folder 14
      List of Pledges, Norfolk, as of 20 June 1927
  • State Commission on Conservation and Development
    • Box 10Folder 15
      Staff Conference Minutes, 12 June 1932
    • Box 10Folder 16
      Quarterly Staff Meeting, 13 July 1934 - Minutes and Division Reports
    • Box 10Folder 17
      Meeting Program, 10 August 1934
  • Box 10Folder 18
    State Geological Survey - Laws Creating State Foresters' Office
  • Box 11Folder 1-3
    State Geologist
  • Stewart, John
    • Box 11Folder 4
      Copies of Court Records
    • Box 11Folder 5
      Signatures
    • Box 11Folder 6-8
      Miscellaneous
  • Box 11Folder 9
    "T"
  • Box 11Folder 10
    Telgrams Sent, 1924-1930
  • Box 11Folder 11
    Adam Thorowgood House
  • Box 11Folder 12
    Tidewater Park
  • Box 11Folder 13
    Travel Expense Vouchers
  • Box 11Folder 14
    "U"
  • Box 12Folder 1
    "V"
  • Box 12Folder 2
    Virginia Forest Service
  • Box 12Folder 3-5
    Virginia Seashore State Park Association
  • Virginia State Parks
    • Box 11Folder 6
      Progress Report, 31 March 1934
    • Box 11Folder 7
      Progress Report, 1 July 1934
    • Box 11Folder 8
      Project Report, 31 March 1934
  • Box 12Folder 9-10
    "W"
  • Box 12Folder 11
    Water Power and Development Commission - Report, 1926
  • Box 12Folder 12
    Wortham, Coleman
  • Box 12Folder 13
    Zuger, A. P.
  • Box 13
    Miscellaneous Publications, Annual Reports, Legislation, Programs, Newsletters, Pamphlets, and Brochures re: Agriculture, Conservation and Development, Geology, Parks, and Water Power in Virginia and Other States
The Capitol of the Commonwealth of Virginia at Richmond
  • Box 14Folder 1
    Bacon, Nathaniel
  • Box 14Folder 2
    Barbour, James
  • Box 14Folder 3
    Berkeley, Norborne (Lord Botetourt)
  • Box 14Folder 4
    Bigger, John Bell
  • Box 14Folder 5
    Braxton, Carter
  • Box 14Folder 6
    Brooke, Robert
  • Box 14Folder 7
    Cameron, William E.
  • Box 14Folder 8
    Campbell, David
  • Box 14Folder 9
    Clark, George Rogers
  • Box 14Folder 10
    Culpeper, Lord Thomas
  • Box 14Folder 11
    Daniel, John Warwick
  • Box 14Folder 12
    Davis, Jefferson
  • Box 14Folder 13
    Davis, Westmoreland
  • Box 14Folder 14
    De La Warr, Lord (Thomas West)
  • Box 14Folder 15
    Echols, Edward
  • Box 14Folder 16
    Effingham, Francis (Lord Howard of)
  • Box 14Folder 17
    Ellyson, J. Taylor
  • Box 14Folder 18
    Flag of Virginia
  • Box 14Folder 19
    Floyd, John
  • Box 14Folder 20
    Giles, William B.
  • Box 14Folder 21
    Hale, Peyton G.
  • Box 14Folder 22
    Harrison, William Henry
  • Box 14Folder 23
    Henry, Patrick
  • Box 14Folder 24
    Holliday, Frederick W. M.
  • Box 14Folder 25
    Houston, Sam
  • Box 14Folder 26
    Jackson, Thomas Jonathan
  • Box 14Folder 27
    Jefferson, Thomas
  • Box 14Folder 28
    Johnson, Joseph
  • Box 14Folder 29
    Johnston, Joseph E.
  • Box 14Folder 30
    Kemper, James L.
  • Box 14Folder 31
    LaFayette, Marquis de
  • Box 14Folder 32
    Lee, Fitzhugh
  • Box 14Folder 33
    Lee, Francis Lightfoot
  • Box 14Folder 34
    Lee, Richard Henry
  • Box 14Folder 35
    Lee, Robert E.
  • Box 14Folder 36
    Letcher, John
  • Box 14Folder 37
    Lewis, Andrew
  • Box 14Folder 38
    Lewis, Meriwether
  • Box 14Folder 39
    Lomax, John Tayloe
  • Box 14Folder 40
    Lybrook, A. M.
  • Box 14Folder 41
    McCormick, Cyrus H.
  • Box 14Folder 42
    McDowell, James
  • Box 14Folder 43
    McGuire, Hunter Holmes
  • Box 14Folder 44
    McKinney, Philip W.
  • Box 14Folder 45
    Madison, James
  • Box 14Folder 46
    Mann, William Hodges
  • Box 14Folder 47
    Marshall, John
  • Box 14Folder 48
    Martin, Thomas S.
  • Box 14Folder 49
    Mason, George
  • Box 14Folder 50
    Massey, John E.
  • Box 14Folder 51
    Maurey, Matthew Fontaine
  • Box 14Folder 52
    Monroe, James
  • Box 14Folder 53
    Montague, Andrew J.
  • Box 14Folder 54
    Nelson, William
  • Box 14Folder 55
    Newberry, Samuel H.
  • Box 14Folder 56
    Nicholas, Wilson Cary
  • Box 14Folder 57
    Peery, George C.
  • Box 14Folder 58
    Pollard, John Garland
  • Box 14Folder 59
    Preston, James P.
  • Box 14Folder 60
    Randolph, Beverley
  • Box 14Folder 61
    Randolph, Peyton
  • Box 14Folder 62
    Randolph, Thomas Mann
  • Box 14Folder 63
    Robertson, Wyndham
  • Box 15Folder 1
    Seal of the Commonwealth
  • Box 15Folder 2
    Smith, George William
  • Box 15Folder 3
    Smith, Captain John
  • Box 15Folder 4
    Spotswood, Alexander
  • Box 15Folder 5
    State Flower
  • Box 15Folder 6
    Stephens, Alexander H.
  • Box 15Folder 7
    Stuart, Henry C.
  • Box 15Folder 8
    Swanson, Claude A.
  • Box 15Folder 9
    Taylor, Zachary
  • Box 15Folder 10
    Tazewell, Littleton Waller
  • Box 15Folder 11
    Trinkle, E. Lee
  • Box 15Folder 12
    Tyler, J. Hoge
  • Box 15Folder 13
    Valentine, Lila Meade
  • Box 15Folder 14
    Washington, George
  • Box 15Folder 15
    Wells, Henry H.
  • Box 15Folder 16
    Willard, Joseph E.
  • Box 15Folder 17
    Williams, B. F.
  • Box 15Folder 18
    Wilson, Woodrow
  • Box 15Folder 19
    Wood, James R.
  • Box 15Folder 20
    Wythe, George
  • Box 15Folder 21
    Index to The Capitol of the Commonwealth of Virginia
  • Box 15Folder 22-25
    Miscellaneous
  • Box 15Folder 26
    Miscellaneous Notes for Second Edition
  • Box 15Folder n/a
    Bound Volume of Cut-Up Galleys
The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia, 1919-1939
  • Biographical Questionnaires and Sketches
    • Box 16Folder 1
      Blank
    • Box 16Folder 2
      A
    • Box 16Folder 3-6
      B
    • Box 16Folder 7-9
      C
    • Box 16Folder 10-11
      D
    • Box 16Folder 12
      E
    • Box 16Folder 13
      F
    • Box 17Folder 1-2
      G
    • Box 17Folder 3-5
      H
    • Box 17Folder 6
      I-J
    • Box 17Folder 7
      K
    • Box 17Folder 8
      L
    • Box 17Folder 9
      Mc
    • Box 17Folder 10-11
      M
    • Box 17Folder 12
      N
    • Box 17Folder 13
      O
    • Box 17Folder 14-15
      P
    • Box 18Folder 1
      Q
    • Box 18Folder 2-3
      R
    • Box 18Folder 4-7
      S
    • Box 18Folder 8-9
      T
    • Box 18Folder 10
      U-V
    • Box 18Folder 11-14
      W
    • Box 18Folder 15
      X-Y-Z
Speakers and Clerks of the Virginia House of Delegates, 1776-1955
  • Box 19Folder 1
    Allen, Henry C.
  • Box 19Folder 2
    Barbour, James
  • Box 19Folder 3
    Baldwin, John B.
  • Box 19Folder 4
    Banks, Linn
  • Box 19Folder 5-6
    Beckley, John James
  • Box 19Folder 7
    Bigger, John Bell and Thomas H.
  • Box 19Folder 8
    Brewer, Richard L., Jr.
  • Box 19Folder 9
    Brown, J. Sinclair
  • Box 19Folder 10
    Byrd, Richard E.
  • Box 19Folder 11
    Cardwell, William D.
  • Box 19Folder 12
    Cox, Edwin P.
  • Box 19Folder 13
    Crutchfield, Oscar M.
  • Box 19Folder 14
    Dodson, E. Griffith and Dovell, Ashton
  • Box 19Folder 15
    Fowler, Isaac C.
  • Box 19Folder 16
    Gilmer, Thomas W.
  • Box 19Folder 17
    Goode, William O.
  • Box 19Folder 18
    Gordon, William F., Jr.
  • Box 19Folder 19
    Hanger, Marshall
  • Box 19Folder 20-21
    Harrison, Benjamin
  • Box 19Folder 22
    Harrison, Edmund
  • Box 20Folder 1-2
    Hay, Charles
  • Box 20Folder 3
    Holleman, Joel
  • Box 20Folder 4
    Holmes, Hugh
  • Box 20Folder 5
    Hopkins, George W. and Henry L.
  • Box 20Folder 6
    Houston, Harry R.
  • Box 20Folder 7
    Johnston, Peter, Jr.
  • Box 20Folder 8-11
    Jones, John Winston
  • Box 20Folder 12
    Kemper, James L.
  • Box 20Folder 13
    Lacy, Benjamin Watkins
  • Box 20Folder 14
    Lee, Richard Henry
  • Box 21Folder 1
    Mann, William Henry
  • Box 21Folder 2
    Massenburg, G. Alvin
  • Box 21Folder 3
    Mathews, Thomas
  • Box 21Folder 4
    McCaull, Patrick H.
  • Box 21Folder 5
    Moore, E. Blackburn
  • Box 21Folder 6
    Munford, George W. and William
  • Box 21Folder 7
    Nelson, Hugh and Ozlin, Thomas W.
  • Box 21Folder 8
    Pendleton, Edmund
  • Box 21Folder 9
    Pleasants, James, Jr.
  • Box 21Folder 10
    Prentis, Joseph
  • Box 21Folder 11
    Randolph, Edmund
  • Box 21Folder 12
    Ryan, John F.
  • Box 21Folder 13
    Saunders, E. W.
  • Box 21Folder 14
    Sheffey, Hugh W. and Baldwin, John B.
  • Box 21Folder 15-19
    Smith, Larkin
  • Box 21Folder 20
    Southall, Valentine Wood
  • Box 21Folder 21
    Stanard, Robert
  • Box 21Folder 22
    Stanley, Thomas B.
  • Box 21Folder 23
    Stevenson, Andrew
  • Stewart, John
    • Box 22Folder 1-5
      Notes
    • Subjects
      • Box 22Folder 6-7
        B
      • Box 22Folder 8
        C
      • Box 22Folder 9
        D
      • Box 22Folder 10
        G
      • Box 22Folder 11
        H-I-J
      • Box 22Folder 12
        L
      • Box 22Folder 13
        M
      • Box 22Folder 14
        N
      • Box 22Folder 15
        P
      • Box 22Folder 16
        R
      • Box 22Folder 17
        S
      • Box 22Folder 18
        T-U-V
      • Box 22Folder 19
        W
      • Box 22Folder 20
        X-Y-Z
  • Box 23Folder 1
    Strother, James French
  • Box 23Folder 2
    Tazewell, John
  • Box 23Folder 3
    Tucker, Henry St. George, Jr.
  • Box 23Folder 4-5
    Turner, Zephaniah, Jr.
  • Box 23Folder 6
    Tyler, John, Sr.
  • Box 23Folder 7
    Williams, John W./Wirt, William/Wise, John/Wythe, George
  • Box 24Folder 1-2
    Court Orders, Resolutions of Respect, Memorials
  • Box 24Folder 3-8
    Miscellaneous Research Notes
  • Box 24Folder 9
    Final Copy - Duplicate Pages
  • Box 24Folder 10-11
    Drafts
  • Box 24Folder 12
    Draft - 1st Revision
  • Box 24Folder 13
    Draft - Copy Corrected to 12/26/53
  • Box 24Folder 14
    Draft - Same as Original Dated 9/3/54
  • Box 25Folder n/a
    Paperback Edition
  • Box 25Folder n/a
    Three Bound Drafts
  • Box 25Folder n/a
    The General Assembly of Virginia, 1885-1918 - Index and State Officers, Judges, Boards, 1885-1938 (bound typescript)
  • Box 26Folder n/a
    Card Index
  • Box 27-28
    Wood Block Printing Plates