Newly Digital, 10/25/2010-10/29/2010
Posted on November 2, 2010
This post contains links to content that has been newly digitized and is now available to view online.
- The Descendants of Moses Son of Naphtali of Hofheim or Moses Hofheimer, by Malcolm H. Stern: Typescript concerning Hofheimer (Hoffer), Bernard, Crittenden, Goldman, Heller, Hirchler, Levy, Mortiz, Rosenberg, Schwartza and Wertheimer families. Concerns Jewish families of Norfolk, Va. Moses Hofheimer (1781-1862) emigrated from Germany. Family chart is indexed. Part of the Genealogy Collection, Mss. 39.4 G29.
- West Point Star, volume 1 issue 38 (8 August 1872): Weekly newspaper from West Point, Va., published from 1872-1889. Call number AN47 .W47 W47.
- The application of Christianity to education; being the principles and plan of education to be adopted in the Institute of Flushing, L.I., by William Augustus Muhlenberg. Call number LC261.M9.
- St. George Tucker Law Lectures: Ten notebooks of law lectures by St. George Tucker dated circa 1790s. Part of the Tucker-Coleman Papers, Mss. 40 T79.
- Office of the Bursar Records, 1745-1875: Four volumes of bursars accounts covering the years 1745-1770, 1743-1770, 1770-1786, and 1850-1875. Pages 21-31 are missing from the 1750’s book. Four volumes of bursars accounts covering the years 1745-1770, 1743-1770, 1770-1786, and 1850-1875. The accounts document William and Mary students, faculty, and staff in the 18th-19th centuries. Of particular note are accounts related to the Brafferton Indian School and slaves at the College. The account of Thomas Jefferson is in the 1745-1770 volume. These books have all been microfilmed and are on a reel with Acc. 1985.073. Photostatic copies and a digital version are also available. Researchers must use the microfilm, photostats, or digital version. Part of the Office of the Bursar Records, 1745-[ongoing], UA 72.