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Alexandria Antique Arts Association Collection (MS134)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS134
Content Description The collection consists of organizational records of the group, including minutes from the monthly meetings and membership rosters. Also included are copies of the newsletter of the American Antique Arts Association, originally named The Quad Anglo and later called The Journal. The collection includes newspaper clippings about the group and its activities, articles written by the group’s founder, Orva Heissenbuttel, and articles about antiques and antique collecting. The collection also...

Building Specifications Collection (MS280)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS280
Content Description The collection contains building specifications for Alexandria buildings and businesses.

Dickman Collection (MS069)

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MS069
Content Description The collection consists of books, correspondence related to the restoration of the Gadsby portraits painted by John Gadsby Chapman, and material related to Dickman's works.

Ethelyn Cox Collection (MS287)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS287
Content Description This collection consists of Mrs. Cox's research files and manuscripts, as well as papers from her membership in HAF. Research files contain typed and handwritten notes, news clippings, and correspondence. The main focus of the collection is in support of "Street by Street". Included are the Historic American Building Survey inventories of Worth Baily. Also in the collection are manuscripts and notes of several projects that Mrs. Cox assisted on, and pamphlets related to Alexandria History or...

Historic Alexandria Foundation Records (MS070)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS070
Content Description Reports, minutes, correspondence, and surveys documenting HAF's formation, relationships to other volunteer organizations, and more than three decades of HAF's preservation projects and concerns. HAF also plaqued historic properties, sponsored the Alexandria Antique Show, and funded preservation grants. In addition, files of correspondence, programs, and publications from other historic preservation projects provide evidence for the history of preservation not only in Alexandria, but as a...

Kabler House Histories Collection (MS082)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS082
Content Description This collection contains the correspondence, reports, and research done by Dorothy Holcombe Kabler for Alexandria house histories. The research notes also contain copies of deeds, wills, marriage records, and ther legal material surrounding property ownership.

Landmarks Society of Alexandria, Virginia Collection (MS079)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS079
Content Description The records in this collection cover the financial transactions of the Landmarks Society, from its founding in 1933-34, through 1976. Included are all of the disbursements from 1934-1944, a financial account book from 1952-1960, and Treasury Reports from 1963-1975, calculated by Esther Holliday Green, the Treasurer of the Landmarks Society. The Internal Revenue Income Tax Exemption Forms, application for an Alexandria City License and Annual Reports to the State Corporation Commission of...

North Old Town Independent Citizens Civic Association (MS136)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS136
Content Description The collection includes organizational papers, minutes, correspondence, and other materials documenting NOTICe’s formation, relationships to other organizations and various projects and concerns. The Minutes series is the biggest. The set of minutes is fairly complete; however there are occasional gaps where we have only the agenda for a meeting.

Robert H. McNulty Papers (MS282)

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS282
Content Description This collection consists of Mr. McNulty’s Alexandria research notes and related documentation. Materials include photocopies of his notes from Alexandria Gazette; photocopied and hand-drawn maps of the areas under consideration; photocopies of deeds and other legal records; correspondence; and other research materials.

Royd R. Sayers Collection (MS094)

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MS094
Content Description This collection pertains to the house on 607 Oronoco Street. The Sayers opened the house for Garden Week in Virginia, the Tour of Interiors and the Alexandria Garden Club Tour of Five Estates. Included are the pamphlets for the Tour of Interiors of Historic Homes in Alexandria and Garden Week in Virginia and the registers from the Tour of Historic Homes for the 1934 to 1941 period.