2 edition of Notes on the Cabell collection at the University of Virginia found in the catalog.
Notes on the Cabell collection at the University of Virginia
University of Virginia. Library.
|Statement||by Matthew J. Bruccoli.|
|Contributions||Bruccoli, Matthew Joseph, 1931-, Brewer, Frances Joan.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||178 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||178|
CABELL COUNTY, [W] VIRGINIA MINUTE BOOK 3, abstracted by Carrie Eldridge. , iv, pages, map. Cabell County was created in from the western part of Kanawha County. Minute Book 3 reproduces the daily court orders of the county for an important period in the growth of this part of Virginia along the Ohio. Being in the Main an Ethnological Account of the Remarkable Commonwealth of Virginia and the Making of Its History James Branch Cabell. Foreword by R. H. W. Dillard Foreword by R. H. W. Dillard When Let Me Lie was first published in , most reviewers missed the double meaning of the book's title.
Cabell Family Papers, – ca. 1, items. Mss1CcFA2. Chiefly correspondence, financial, legal, and miscellaneous papers of the Cabell family of Inglewood, Nelson County, concerning, in part, agricultural operations and the buying and hiring of slaves; the education of children at Emory and Henry College, Farmville Normal School, Roanoke College, the University of Virginia, and. Early history of the University of Virginia by Cabell, Nathaniel Francis, , ed ; Jefferson, Thomas, ; Cabell, Joseph C. (Joseph Carrington),
Speech of Mr. Rives, of Virginia, on the Currency of the United States, and the Collection of the Public Revenue: Delivered in the Senate U. S., Janu by William Cabell . Department of French University of Virginia Main Office: New Cabell Hall For information, please call: () or contact our Office Staff. Mailing address: P.O Box
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University of Virginia. Library. Notes on the Cabell collection at the University of Virginia. Charlottesville, Va.: University of Virginia Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: James Branch Cabell; James Branch Cabell; James Branch Cabell: Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
Cabell helped push through in February a bill establishing a state university, and twenty-four men from across the Commonwealth met in August in order to determine the site for this new school. At this meeting, known as the Rockfish Gap Commission, J.
Cabell and Jefferson were joined by another old friend of the cause, William H. Cabell. University of Virginia Visual History Collection The Cabell Family Papers The history of Virginia and that of the Cabell family are inextricably linked; indeed, since aboutthe Cabells have been one of the Commonwealth’s most interesting and influential families.
About this collection The Special Collections and Archives at Virginia Commonwealth University’s James Branch Cabell Library proudly houses the library of writer James Branch Cabell, originally cataloged by Dr.
Maurice Duke’s dissertation from the University of Iowa (James Branch Cabell's Library: A Catalogue).Created by VCU Department of English Professor Emeritus Maurice Duke, the. Represented in the collection are William Daniel Cabell (), educator of Nelson County, Va., and Washington, D.C.; his wife, Mary Virginia Ellet Cabell; and her father, Charles Ellet (), of Philadelphia, Pa.
Cited in Jefferson letter: Calendared in Freudenberg and Casteen. The Jefferson Papers of the University of Virginia, # Notes on the State of Virginia () is a book written by American statesman, philosopher and planter Thomas completed the first version inand updated and enlarged the book in and Notes on the State of Virginia originated in Jefferson's responding to questions about Virginia, posed to him in by François Barbé-Marbois, then Secretary of the French.
Cabell was born into an affluent and well-connected Virginian family, and lived most of his life in first Cabell settled in Virginia in ; Cabell's paternal great-grandfather, William H. Cabell, was Governor of the Commonwealth from to Cabell County in West Virginia is named after the Governor.
James Branch Cabell's grandfather, Robert Gamble Cabell, was a. Collection is open to research. Use Restrictions. See the University of Virginia Library’s use policy. Preferred Citation. James Branch Cabell Collection, Accession a, Special Collections Department, University of Virginia Library Acquisition Information.
Also journals, memoranda books and scrapbooks of William D. Cabell, catalogs, account books, student autograph books and other printed material of the Norwood Institute, and minutes,of its Literary Society; a daybook and University of Virginia autograph book of Joseph C.
Cabell; pamphlets,by Charles Ellet about canals. Help us build our collections. Submit a purchase recommendation, or support traditional and evolving research by investing in extensive and robust collections. Learn more about how the Library spends its budget through our disclosure documents.
Read the University of Virginia Library Collection Development and Management Strategy for more information about Library collections policies. A Guide to the Cabell Family Papers, Call Number Mss1 C c FA2AbstractCollection DescriptionGuide AbstractMain Entry:Cabell : Papers, Size:1, (ca.) items ( linear feet)Biographical Note:Concerns the Cabell family of “Inglewood,” Nelson County, Va., including George Washington Cabell () and his wife Mary Anne (Anthony) Cabell ( Japanese Color Woodblock Prints from the Collection of the University of Virginia Art Museum,” Virginia Quarterly Review 80 () “Directors and DVD Commentary: The Specifics of Intention,” co-authored with Mark Parker Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 62 () Collection Number RL Title James Lawrence Cabell papers, [Charlottesville, Virginia] Date Creator Cabell, J.
(James Lawrence), Extent 3 items Repository David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library Language Materials in English. Jefferson, Thomas,Cabell, Joseph Carrington,University of Virginia Publisher The Neale Publishing Company Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of University of Michigan Language English.
The arts are central to life at the University of Virginia. Set within our historic 1,acre Grounds, UVA offers access to world-class art and performances at historic Old Cabell Hall, the Ruth Caplin Theater, The Fralin Museum of Art and Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art h UVA Arts and signature events, such as the Virginia Film Festival, the University cultivates a vibrant.
University of Virginia Press P.O. Box (Postal) Sprigg Lane (Courier) Charlottesville, VA The VCU Cabell First Novelist Award honors an outstanding debut novel published in the preceding calendar year. Symbolized by a three-dimensional compass, the award is a tribute to writers who have navigated their way through the maze of imagination and delivered a.
Bruccoli – Matthew J. Bruccoli, James Branch Cabell: A Bibliography, Part II: Notes on the Cabell Collections at the University of Virginia.
Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press (). This is a supplement to Brewer’s work, containing a selective collation of textual variants, as well as extensive notes on the letters and other.
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Collections and Discovery, Collection Analysis and Investment () ; James Branch Cabell Library, Room A; [email protected] Nora Bloch arrived at VCU Libraries in the spring semester of after completing a Kress Conservation fellowship in the Preservation Department at the University of Virginia Libraries.
—John S. Patton, in his book, Jefferson, Cabell and the University of Virginia The University’s “nocturnal sign writers” have been busy for more than a century.
The symbols of student societies, painted on buildings, stairs and walkways around Grounds, are as much a part of the University’s character as red brick and white columns. Kelly identifies an intriguing mystery in the publication history of In This Our Life.
According to Glasgow’s close friend and fellow author James Branch Cabell, while she was ill during the late stages of writing In This Our Life, Cabell assisted by editing the typescript. And now, upon the brink of triumph [winning the Pulitzer Prize], she was not bodily able to finish, or rather, to put.Completed and dedicated inthe building was named in honor of Joseph C.
Cabell, a member of both the Virginia legislature and the UVA Board of Visitors, and a steadfast ally of Mr. Jefferson as he sought to win state approval and funding for the University. SinceCabell Hall has housed the McIntire Department of Music and the Music.