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Fri Mar 21 17:15:12 2014 UTClccn-n500157560.00Note from William Banks to George W. Williams IV,0.611.00Educational Facilities Committee records,7511928n 5001575651221Walton-Williams, George 1922-Williams, G. Walton.Williams, G. Walton (George Walton), 1922-Williams, George W.Williams, George W. 1922-lccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lccn-n50017154Crashaw, Richard1613?-1649lccn-n79054288Middleton, Thomas-1627lccn-n79119404Rowley, William1585?-1642?lccn-n82156784Randall, Dale B. J.edtlccn-n80030562Lievsay, John Leonothfast-1100152Romeo (Fictitious character)fast-984804Juliet (Fictitious character)lccn-n83124559Dering, EdwardSir1598-1644lccn-n83127788Evans, G. Blakemore(Gwynne Blakemore)1912-2005edtWilliams, George Walton1922-Criticism, interpretation, etcDramaHistoryPoetryBibliographyConference proceedingsJuvenile worksBibliography‡vCatalogsCatalogsHymnsEnglish dramaChangeling (Middleton, Thomas)Crashaw, Richard,Juliet (Fictitious character)Romeo (Fictitious character)VendettaItaly--VeronaYouthShakespeare, William,Lievsay, John LeonEuropean literature--RenaissanceCivilization, ModernEnglish poetryGreat BritainEarly printed booksEnglandPrintingHenry--IV,--King of England,Manuscripts, EnglishTune-booksChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with organAmerican essaysEnglish essaysTragedyHenry--VI,--King of England,South CarolinaMiddleton, Thomas,Rowley, William,South Carolina--CharlestonRailroadsMiles, James Warley,Private librariesLibrariesHymns, EnglishMethodist ChurchEnglish poetry--Early modernTheaterEpiscopal ChurchClergyPromptbooksWilliams, George Walton,English drama--Early modern and ElizabethanWinterDuke UniversityAnimalsEnglish literature--Early modernNorth CarolinaAdger, John B.--(John Bailey),Southern StatesMentally ill1922194419491951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119631964196519661967196919701971197219741975197719801982198319851986199019911992199319941995199719992000200120052013558491187822.3PR2714ocn000353796ocn000093922ocn001095735ocn000344446ocn000573659ocn001062156ocn000953210ocn000042719ocn000685932ocn000092340ocn442291707ocn760439087ocn072277782ocn18590476587316ocn000093922book19700.53Crashaw, RichardThe complete poetry of Richard CrashawPoetry77212ocn000353796book19660.56Middleton, ThomasThe changelingCriticism, interpretation, etcJacobean psychological tragedy in verse. In love with another, a fickle woman has her fianceĢ murdered by a deformed servant who loves her. 5 acts, 14 scenes, epilogue, 11 men, 3 women, extras, 6 interiors, 1 exterior+-+663707853569110ocn000353574book19630.63Williams, George WaltonImage and symbol in the sacred poetry of Richard Crashaw6136ocn003552754book19770.63Studies in the continental background of Renaissance English literature : essays presented to John L. LievsayCriticism, interpretation, etc4436ocn002097446book19640.63Shakespeare, WilliamThe most excellent and lamentable tragedie of Romeo and Juliet, a critical editionDrama3356ocn011043860book19850.76Williams, George WaltonThe craft of printing and the publication of Shakespeare's worksHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliography2806ocn001095735book19740.81Shakespeare, WilliamThe history of King Henry the FourthHistoryDrama2405ocn023731985book19930.81Seminar in Textual StudiesShakespeare's speech-headings : speaking the speech in Shakespeare's plays : the papers of the Seminar in Textual Studies, Shakespeare Association of America, March 29, 1986, MontrealCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedings+-+22818692352152ocn000573659score19710.73Eckhard, JacobJacob Eckhard's choirmaster's book of 1809; a facsimile2026ocn000757642book19590.47Anderson, Carl LBritish and American essays, 1905-19561644ocn000953210book19670.31Shakespeare, WilliamThe second and third parts of King Henry the SixthHistoryDrama+-+27796259651282ocn001434175book19510.70Williams, George WaltonSt. Michael'sA bicentennial account of St. Michael's, its history and people, its design, furniture, churchyard, rectory, music, organ, bells, and clock842ocn000027011book19690.06Williams, George WaltonThe Best FriendJuvenile worksRelates how the South Carolina Canal and Railroad Company was founded in 1827 to bring commerce to declining Charleston, South Carolina, by means of the longest railroad in the world+-+1345993235324784ocn001418991book19550.88Miles, James WarleyCatalogue of the library of the Reverend James Warley MilesBibliography CatalogsCatalogsBibliography632ocn000685932book19640.63Wesley, JohnJohn Wesley's first hymn-book; a collection of psalms and hymns. A facsimile with additional materialHymns523ocn000092340book19700.53Shakespeare, WilliamRomeo and JulietDrama404ocn022546444visu19900.53Williams, George WaltonThe staging of Shakespeare's playsHistoryThe video traces the development of theatrical playing areas in England before Shakespeare, using old maps and engravings as illustrations. Professor Williams demonstrates how certain scenes in Shakespeare's plays might have been performed on the adaptable Elizabethan stage221ocn008864474book19540.70Williams, George WaltonThe Reverend James Warley Miles212ocn004646727book19770.06Williams, George WaltonThe winter folkJuvenile worksFictionAfter the summer people go back to the city, the "winter folk," Mole, Fox, Opossum, Rabbit, Skunk, Raccoon and their families and friends, move into the empty house for the season212ocn006241683book19540.84Trapier, PaulIncidents in my life : the autobiography of the Rev. Paul Trapier, S.T.D, with some of his letters11ocn032794913mix1.00St. Joseph's Episcopal Church (Durham, N.C.)PapersChurch historyOrders of worship for 1967-1977, together with "The Episcopal choirmaster's handbook for 1973-1974." Collected by George Walton Williams, choirmaster at St. Joseph's11ocn773286695mixAdger-Williams family papersHistoryMapsPapers of the Williams famliy include estate records (1877) of Edward Church Williams; Margaret Adger Williams (1863-1941); George Walton Williams, Jr. (1860-1923); and George Walton Williams, Sr. (1820-1903). Estate records of George W. Williams, Sr. include specifications and a blueprint plan of his monument in Magnolia Cemetery11ocn168160150mix1.00Williams, George WaltonGeorge W. Williams papersContains personal correspondence, Graduate School and English Department memoranda, campus committee minutes and correspondence, conference programs and organizational materials, and correspondence regarding the Nixon Library11ocn032144262mixLogan familyLogan family papersHistorySourcesFamily letters (1833-1860) to Edward Logan from Mary Legare Logan, George C. Logan, Jr., and Mary Webb Logan mainly concern family matters but include one from Edward Logan to Rev. George C. Logan, Sr. regarding theological questions. Letters are from Battery Island, Ga., Marysville, Goose Creek, Cainhoy, and Charleston, South Carolina11ocn830714822mix1983Banks, WilliamNote from William Banks to George W. Williams IVNote from William Banks of Temple, New Hampshire and Newman, Georgia to George W. Williams IV at West Point describing the health of Jenifer Heyward and a possible visit11ocn037522843bookWilliams, George WaltonRailroad papersHistorySourcesPapers include a copy of the certificate of incorporation (1899) granted to the Chattanooga, Augusta and Charleston Air Line Railway by the State of Georgia; a certificate of authenticity (1900) for the certificate of incorporation signed by Philip Cook; a printed petition (1881) for incorporation of the Augusta and Chattanooga Railroad Company, formed to construct a railroad from Augusta (Ga.) to Chattanooga (Tenn.); and a clipping (1899) advertising a meeting of stockholders of the Charleston City Railway Company of South Carolina11ocn053906092mix1.00Duke UniversityEducational Facilities Committee recordsDesigns and plansContains correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, clippings, charts, projections, blueprints, and maps created and utilized by the Educational Facilities Committee. Major subjects include student housing and dining facilities, the Arts Center, landscaping, the Medical Center, the Art Museum, auditoria, libraries, space assignment and relocation, athletic facilities, and the University Center11ocn856012972mix1974Guerard, Martha BrunsonMartha Brunson Guerard papersHistoryIncludes a letter, a photograph of Rev. P.T. Keith (original located at St. Michael's Church, Charleston), and memorabilia from the 100th anniversary celebration of Grace Church in Ridge Spring, S.C. The letter is addressed to the Dalcho Historical Society and describes Guerard's efforts to obtain a photograph of Rev. P.T. Keith, her great- grandfather. The letter also includes information pertaining to the Keith family of Georgetown, South Carolina. Memorabilia pertaining to Grace Church includes a program dated December 1, 1974 with an image of the church and a brief history of the congregation+-+6637078535+-+6637078535Fri Mar 21 15:34:54 EDT 2014batch20156