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Virginia (colony) lieutenant governor, 1755-1797, (Beverley Randolph). Printed D.s. (Beverley Randolph) filled out in MS.; Richmond, 1 Jun 1787., 1787. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Autograph File, V
Item Identifier: Autograph File, V
Scope and Contents: The Autograph File is a collection of items received singly or in small groups from various sources at various times, and autograph collections, such as that of Evert J. Wendell, which were not kept together as a distinct collection. Items in this portion of the Autograph File include letters from Paul Valéry, Martin Van Buren, Jules Verne, Queen Victoria of Great Britain, and Voltaire.

Virginia Foster Durr discusses how she came to be a civil rights activist, and working to defeat Alabama's poll tax. April 17, 1980. 47 minutes. Digital

Item Identifier: T-118, 4.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The collection consists of audiotapes of talks by speakers featured in the Schlesinger Library Luncheon Series.

Virginia Gayton. Tape 1. Digital

Item Identifier: OH-31; T-32
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The Black Women Oral History Project collection consists of audiotapes and transcripts of the oral histories of 72 African-American women from across the United States. The interviews discuss family background, marriages, childhood, education and training, significant influences affecting their choice of primary career or activity, professional and voluntary accomplishments, union activities, the ways in which being black and a woman had affected their options and the choices made. For each...

Virginia Gayton. Tape 2. Digital

Item Identifier: OH-31; T-32
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The Black Women Oral History Project collection consists of audiotapes and transcripts of the oral histories of 72 African-American women from across the United States. The interviews discuss family background, marriages, childhood, education and training, significant influences affecting their choice of primary career or activity, professional and voluntary accomplishments, union activities, the ways in which being black and a woman had affected their options and the choices made. For each...

Virginia Gayton. Tape 3. Digital

Item Identifier: OH-31; T-32
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The Black Women Oral History Project collection consists of audiotapes and transcripts of the oral histories of 72 African-American women from across the United States. The interviews discuss family background, marriages, childhood, education and training, significant influences affecting their choice of primary career or activity, professional and voluntary accomplishments, union activities, the ways in which being black and a woman had affected their options and the choices made. For each...

Virginia Gayton. Transcript. Digital

Item Identifier: OH-31; T-32
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The Black Women Oral History Project collection consists of audiotapes and transcripts of the oral histories of 72 African-American women from across the United States. The interviews discuss family background, marriages, childhood, education and training, significant influences affecting their choice of primary career or activity, professional and voluntary accomplishments, union activities, the ways in which being black and a woman had affected their options and the choices made. For each...

Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates. [Copy of resolutions concerning British trade, impost duties and claims to the country northwest of the Ohio river.] MS. (unidentified hand); [Richmond, Va., 22 Dec 1783]., 1783 Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Arthur Lee papers / Series: VII. Arthur Lee papers
Item — Box: 10Identifier: MS Am 811-811.7, MS Am 811.6, (119)
Scope and Contents: Collection reflects American diplomatic, political, and military affairs primarily during the American Revolution. The bulk is correspondence, mostly letters to Lee, but the collection also contains depositions and petitions concerning colonial disputes and the fighting in Lexington and Concord; resolutions; statements and testimonies on the condition of prisoners and the confiscation of ships; drafts and plans of treaties; addresses on the barbarity of the enemy and other subjects; army...

Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates. [Resolution passed 31 Dec 1785 concerning Continental Loan Office certificates] MS. (copy); [n.p., n.d.]., 1785 Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Arthur Lee papers / Series: VII. Arthur Lee papers
Item — Box: 10Identifier: MS Am 811-811.7, MS Am 811.6, (132a)
Scope and Contents: Collection reflects American diplomatic, political, and military affairs primarily during the American Revolution. The bulk is correspondence, mostly letters to Lee, but the collection also contains depositions and petitions concerning colonial disputes and the fighting in Lexington and Concord; resolutions; statements and testimonies on the condition of prisoners and the confiscation of ships; drafts and plans of treaties; addresses on the barbarity of the enemy and other subjects; army...

Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates. [Resolutions about continental state money issued from the continental loan office.] MS.s.; [Richmond, Va., 16 Dec 1787]., 1787 Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Arthur Lee papers / Series: VII. Arthur Lee papers
Item — Box: 10Identifier: MS Am 811-811.7, MS Am 811.6, (147)
Scope and Contents: Collection reflects American diplomatic, political, and military affairs primarily during the American Revolution. The bulk is correspondence, mostly letters to Lee, but the collection also contains depositions and petitions concerning colonial disputes and the fighting in Lexington and Concord; resolutions; statements and testimonies on the condition of prisoners and the confiscation of ships; drafts and plans of treaties; addresses on the barbarity of the enemy and other subjects; army...

Virginia Jones. Tape 1. Digital

Item Identifier: OH-31; T-32
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The Black Women Oral History Project collection consists of audiotapes and transcripts of the oral histories of 72 African-American women from across the United States. The interviews discuss family background, marriages, childhood, education and training, significant influences affecting their choice of primary career or activity, professional and voluntary accomplishments, union activities, the ways in which being black and a woman had affected their options and the choices made. For each...