Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Houston, Sam, Mrs., 1986
This folder contains two newspaper articles about the Mrs. Sam Houston House, a Greek Revival house in Independence, TX, into which Margaret Houston and her eight children moved after her husband’s death.
Jordan, John House, 1939
This folder contains newspaper articles about the Jordan House and its preservation, as well as two copies of a paper entitled, “The Preservation of the Jordan House: A Suggestion,” written in 1939 by Leslie Lyle Campbell.
Matheny House, 1919
This folder contains a newspaper article concerning the Matheny House and its removal from Main Street.
This folder contains a newspaper article about the McCampbell Inn, owned by the Merediths (along with the Alexander-Withrow House). The article discusses the restoration of the McCampbell Inn as well as detailing information about Beth Braford Thompson, the innkeeper.
Middleton Mansion House, 1941
This folder contains a newspaper article about the history of Middleton "Mansion House."
This folder contains two copies of a newspaper article about Riverside, home of the Shields family. The article discusses the history of the house and the Shields family.
This folder contains a newspaper article about the history of Savernake, owned by the Dickinson family.
Stone Castle (Johnstone's Home)
This folder contains a newspaper article and notes about Stone Castle, inhabited by the Johnstones.
Stono, 1953 - 1990
This folder contains a newspaper article, notes, and photographs of Stono, originally known as Jordan’s Point and built by Colonel John Jordan. The article and notes discuss owners, including John L. Campbell, Mrs. Anne R. Howell, and William J. Driver. It also discusses the Virginia Military Institute, near which Stono stands.
This folder contains two copies of a newspaper article about Teaford Inn, located in Kerr’s Creek. The articles discusses the history of the Inn and the Teaford family.
William H. Hope to Robert E. Lee, 1866-04-10
Hope, a real estate lawyer in Virginia, wishes to assist Lee in recovering his Arlington estate. He includes a newspaper annnouncing that Union soldiers killed at numnerous wartime battlefields would be reinterred at Arlington and that a memorial would be placed there in their honor.
William R. Shields Poetry, 1927, undated circa 1927
This folder contains newspaper clippings containing the poetry of William R. Shields.