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Shakes Letter Collection (MS005)

Identifier: MS005
Scope and Contents This collection consists of letters, notes, business documents, and genealogical research from and on the Shakes, Carne, and Ficklin families. The materials were donated by various uknown donors from 1983-2015 and compiled into a collection created by Alexandria Library's Lloyd House and later Local History/Special Collections branch.

Thomas Swann Correspondence (MS410)

 Collection — Assorted Box: 4
Identifier: MS410
Content Description The Thomas Swann Correspondence is a small collection of letters mostly written by Helen Swann to her husband Thomas. A single letter from Thomas to Helen also lives with the collection, as well as a handful of letters by other authors. Helen's cousin Henrietta Alexander is included as an author of a letter, as well as a P. W. White, who writes to Helen's cousin John Chapman regarding a list of named slaves.

Tulloch Papers (MS250)

Identifier: MS250
Content Description The collection includes clippings documenting the history of sports in Alexandria, the careers of Walton and Jack Tulloch, obituaries of friends, the George Mason Hotel, and local politics. Also included are Walton Tulloch's school documents, family memorabilia, and photographs of the Alexandria National Guard, of Jack and Walton Tulloch, and of their friends and family.

Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs Collection (MS074)

Identifier: MS074
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials collected by Esther Green and Helen Cummings during their time as members of the VFWC. Within this collection are letters and correspondences, Federation yearbooks, meeting minutes, and membership applications.

Whitton Collection (MS027)

Identifier: MS027
Scope and Contents This collection contains printed matter such as brochures of George Washington's birthday, the Washington Board of Trade, the Suburban Spectator and others. Additionally, there are limited correspondence, reports of the Historic Alexandria Foundation, annual reports of the Alexandria Library, several booklets, photographs, and postcards.