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George Hoffman Slater papers, 1777-1921 1.5 Linear Feet — 1483 Items

Personal and business papers of George Hoffman Slater of "Rose Hill," Upperville, Va., but also including papers of several other Virginia families, the James Lee family, and the Deatherage and Lake families. Papers of George Hoffman Slater include personal and business correspondence, school papers, bills, and receipts.

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Mordecai Purcell papers, 1778-1901 and undated 0.5 Linear Feet — Approx. 520 Items

Quaker farmer, fruit-grower, and broom-maker from Frederick County, Virginia. The Mordecai Purcell papers span the years 1778-1901 and contain correspondence, bills, receipts, business and legal papers, and a ledger relating to Quaker farmer Mordecai Purcell, his brother, John Purcell, and the Cather family (John Purcell married Adaline J. Cather), living in Virginia.

The Mordecai Purcell papers span the years 1778-1901 and contain correspondence, bills, receipts, business and legal papers, and a ledger relating to Quaker farmer Mordecai Purcell, his brother, John Purcell, and the Cather family (John Purcell married Adaline J. Cather).

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Robert C. Randolph papers, 1897-1919 0.5 Linear Feet — 27 Items

Robert C. Randolph was a Clarke County, Virginia physician active in the early 20th century. The collection contains business and medical records of Dr. Robert C. Randolph, in the form of four medical visits notebooks, legal papers, and correspondence, all dating from the last years of the 19th century until 1919.

The collection contains business and medical records of Dr. Robert C. Randolph, in the form of four medical visits notebooks, legal papers, and correspondence, all dating from the last years of the 19th century until 1919.

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Collection consists of an estate inventory of Peter Helsley from Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, and three account books whose relationship to each other and to the estate inventory is unknown. Names of individuals associated with two of the account books are Henry Bowers and Kefflet and Brown; the only fact known about the third account book is that it comes from Conicville, Virginia.

Collection dates from 1841-1859 and consists of an 1854 estate inventory of Peter Helsley from Shenandoah Valley, Virginia, and three apparently unrelated 19th century account books also from Shenandoah County. Names of individuals associated with two of the account books are Henry Bowers and Kefflet and Brown; the only fact known about the third account book if that it comes from Conicville, Virginia.

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William Sigler papers, 1825-1855 2.5 Linear Feet — 1300 Items

Resident of Mount Jackson, Va. Collection contains personal correspondence, business papers, and receipts relating to William Sigler. Some correspondence concerns local politics and economic conditions. Sigler sometimes corresponded with prominent merchants in Baltimore, Md.

Collection contains personal correspondence, business papers, and receipts relating to William Sigler. Some correspondence concerns local politics and economic conditions. Sigler sometimes corresponded with prominent merchants in Baltimore, Md.