Michael Plunkett, Editor
University of Virginia Press
© 1995 by the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia
Conditions of Use
Winchester, VA 22604
A pardon granted by Governor John Letcher to this free black woman who was about to be sold into slavery.
(Acc. 810 THL)
School attendance rolls, certificates, and writings primarily relating to the Brooks and Moss families.
(Acc. 599 THL)
Biographical sketches, photographs, and ephemera of the alumni of the Frederick Douglass School, Winchester, and material regarding the Douglass Alumni Association.
(Acc. 555 THL)
Unpublished paper by Rebecca Ebert entitled "A Window on the Valley," a study of the free black community of Winchester and Frederick County, 1785-1860.
(Acc. 70 THL)
Photostats and handwritten copies of free black entries recorded in the personal property tax lists. Originals in the Virginia State Library.
(Acc. 543 THL)
Photocopies of deeds and deeds of trust for lots purchased on Braddock and Leicester streets, Winchester.
(Acc. 546 THL)
Biographical data and writings of this principal of Frederick Douglass School.
(Acc 618 THL)
Notice about a slave being held in a Winchester jail.
(Acc. 662 THL)
Photocopies of deeds for purchase and sale of the church lot in the northeastern part of Winchester.
(Acc. 548 THL)
Photocopies of deeds and deeds of trust for lots purchased on Kent Street, Winchester.
(Acc. 547 THL)
Abstracts from deed books of manumission records of the area.
(Acc. 576 THL)
Records for this Winchester church, including lists of black members and minutes on the decision to sponsor the John Mann Methodist Episcopal Church.
(Acc. 238 WFCHS)
A photocopy of the deed for purchase of a lot on Chase Alley, Winchester, for this black church.
(Acc. 549 THL)
A photocopy of the deed for purchase of a lot on Kent Street, Winchester.
(Acc. 550 THL)
Photocopies of the deed for use and a deed for the sale of the church and lot on East Lane, Winchester.
(Acc. 551 THL)
An abstract of inscriptions on tombstones in Orrick Cemetery.
(Acc. 250 THL)
Letters, news articles, and oral history interviews regarding efforts to integrate Winchester institutions, organizations, and businesses.
(Acc. 659 THL)
On page 289 is a list of slaves with births, deaths, and sales dates.
(Acc. 394 WFCHS)
Photocopies of deeds and deeds of trust for purchase of lots on Kent and Market streets, Winchester.
(Acc. 553 THL)
Photocopies of deeds and deeds of trusts for sale of portions of the church lot on Loudoun and Main streets, Winchester, and a claim for money due by a workman.
(Acc. 552 THL)
Magazine and newspaper articles, photographs, and memorabilia of the black community in the Winchester-Frederick County area.
(Acc. 204 THL)
Photocopies of deeds and deeds of trust for the purchase and sale of a lot and buildings on Clifford Street, Winchester, for this Afro- American fraternal organization.
(Acc. 554 THL)
Photostats and handwritten copies of free black entries recorded in the personal property tax lists Originals in the Virginia State Library.
(Acc. 544 THL)