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18 results for Virginia—Social life and customs—19th century
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1.
Dicksy M. Bagby Papers (Manuscript Collection #185)

Papers (1891-1896) consisting of correspondence from friends and relatives, correspondence of social reflection, cultural mores, climatic conditions in Virginia.

2.
Cook Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #324)

Papers (1805-1889, 1963) of a wealthy, Elizabeth City, NC business family, consisting of correspondence, legal records, financial records, genealogical papers, Civil War events, letters, wedding gift, labor strikes and miscellaneous.

3.
Carpenter-Gay-Hamner Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #490)

Papers (1834-2006) including correspondence, land records, Bible records, genealogy notes, cemetery stone listings, and miscellaneous related to the Carpenter, Gay, and Hamner families of Albemarle County, Virginia.

4.
Amis-Clark-Puryear Papers (Manuscript Collection #474)

Papers (1760-1849, undated) including correspondence, estates papers, receipts, promissory notes, land records and miscellaneous materials.

5.
Fearing - Ramsay - Commander Family Collection (Manuscript Collection #912)

Correspondence & Financial Records (ca. 1845 - 1917, undated) of merchants, shipbuilders and mercantile family from Elizabeth City and Weeksville, Pasquotank County, NC. Individuals include Woodson Bradford Fearing, Enoch Pratt Fearing, Lizzie Parker Fearing, George Fearing, Pratt Fearing, Woodruff Fearing, Emily Fearing, Emily Ramsay Commander, M. E. Fearing, Joseph Commander and Walter J. Rhode.

6.
Goode Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #184)

Papers (1781-1887) consisting of photocopies of correspondence, information on variety of subjects, social letters, information on church.

7.
Bushall Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #450)

Papers (1848-1970) including correspondence, account book, diary fragments, bylaws, genealogical notes, letters, and miscellany.

8.
Hugh Harrison Mills Collection (Manuscript Collection #357)

Collection (1841-1968) including correspondence, legal papers, accounts, receipts, pamphlets, clippings, photographs, poems, pocket ledgers, Civil War correspondence, letters and miscellaneous.

9.
Jacob S. Kiester Papers (Manuscript Collection #72)

Papers (1854-1865) including typescripts, correspondence, photocopies of army muster rolls, enlistment contract and discharge, letters comment on destruction of standing crops of Virginia, the demolition of Hampton, etc.

10.
William L. Spoon Papers (Manuscript Collection #170)

Papers (1705-1928) consisting of papers, a diary, pamphlets, almanacs, maps, photos, reports on weather, tax receipts, genealogical records.

11.
Young-Spicer Family Papers (Manuscript Collection #279)

Papers (1830-2011, undated [bulk 1830-1973]) relating to the Young – Spicer family of Fredericks Hall, Louisa County, Virginia and related families living in Virginia, Mississippi and Louisiana, including correspondence relating to the civil war, businesses, taxes & family matters; journals, photographic prints; genealogical and historical files and a listing of the gravestones in the Young-Spicer Cemetery at the family home, “Locust Gr...

12.
Kate Wheeler Cooper Papers (Manuscript Collection #169)

Papers (1833-1912, undated) consisting of correspondence from classmates and friends, financial papers, essays, genealogical notes, clippings, newspapers and miscellaneous.

13.
S. R. Fowle & Son Company Records (Manuscript Collection #460)

Records (1783-1956) including correspondence, ledgers, financial records, legal records, clippings, photographs, publications.

14.
J. Bryan Grimes Papers (Manuscript Collection #54)

Papers (1760 [1880] - 1935) including correspondence, financial papers, account books, daybooks, essays, speeches, legal records, land records, notebooks, etc. of Eastern North Carolina farmer, leader of the NC Tobacco Growers Association, and NC Secretary of State (1901-1923), etc.

15.
Grimes-Bryan Papers (Manuscript Collection #16)

Papers (1780-1969; bulk 1808-1924) including correspondence, land records, legal papers, financial papers, ledgers, etc., of two prominent Eastern North Carolina families--Grimes and Bryan--related through marriage. Other material concerns the Wharton and Conrad families of Clemmonsville, North Carolina, in Davidson County, who are also related by marriage to the Grimes family.