Edward Virginius Valentine Correspondence
Scope and Contents
This typescript signed letter from Edward Virginius Valentine to Mrs. R. L. Walton on November 28, 1922 concerns the personal contacts he had with Robert E. Lee and sculptures he made, including the recumbent statue of Lee in Lee Chapel at Washington and Lee University.
- Creation: 1922
- Valentine, Edward Virginius, 1838-1930 (Correspondent, Person)
- Walton, R. L., Mrs. (Correspondent, Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Edward Virginius Valentine was a famous sculptor, who made the recumbent statue of Robert E. Lee that is housed in Lee Chapel.
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Blue sheet prepared by Betty Kondayan (7/25/07)
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