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Fri Mar 21 17:13:46 2014 UTClccn-n861110540.00Papers,0.321.00Washington family relics : speech of Hon. Thomas L. Jones, of Kentucky, in the House of Representatives, March 3, 186977801183n 861110541827824Custis, Mary Anne Randolph, 1807-1873Custis, Molly, 1807-1873Lee, Molly, 1807-1873Lee, Robert E., Mrs., 1807-1873lccn-n50045976Kane, Harnett T.(Harnett Thomas)1910-1984lccn-n80044891Lee, Robert E.(Robert Edward)1807-1870crplccn-n83041886Custis, George Washington Parke1781-1857lccn-n86140996Washington, George1732-1799lccn-n50042414Lossing, Benson John1813-1891edtlccn-sh85034949Custis familylccn-no98072253Vance, Margueritelccn-n97048219Perry, John1952-lccn-no2008176824Walker, Neddailllccn-sh85075685Lee familyLee, Mary Randolph Custis1807-1873BiographyHistoryPersonal narratives‡vConfederateAutographsRecords and correspondencePhotographsPortraitsSourcesPictorial worksPersonal narrativesLee, Mary Randolph Custis,Lee, Robert E.--(Robert Edward),Washington, George,United StatesCustis, George Washington Parke,Generals' spousesCustis familyAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)United States--Confederate States of AmericaReligionVirginia--ArlingtonVirginia--Arlington CountyArlington House, the Robert E. Lee Memorial (Va.)Historic buildingsHomesFamiliesPresidentsVirginiaGeneralsLee familyArlington National Cemetery (Arlington, Va.)Decedents' estatesRight of propertyConfederate States of America.--ArmySouthern StatesChildren's costumesCostumeClothing and dressPaper dollsUniformsRelicsWashington familyUnited States.--ArmyLafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier,--marquis de,Lee, Agnes,Lincoln, Abraham,Manners and customsBrown, Charles Walter,Lossing, Benson John,Lee, George Washington Custis,Davis, Jefferson,Families--Social life and customsOverland journeys to the PacificFauquier, Francis,Confederate States of America.--Army of Northern VirginiaMilitary participation--African AmericanCooke, Giles BucknerTravelChurch historyLee, Mildred Childe,180718731811182818451846185918601861186618671868186918701890190219391941194219491953195419551965197319841986199619981999200120032008200920112013277864101973.41E312.15ocn02704201258616ocn007798243book18590.66Custis, George Washington ParkeRecollections and private memoirs of WashingtonBiography757ocn001349120book18590.50Custis, George Washington ParkeMemoirs of WashingtonBiography92ocn004361620book19020.66Custis, George Washington ParkeLife of Washington21ocn648002876mix1.00Dickins and Kirk families additional papersHistoryPhotographsAutographsPortraitsPersonal narratives ConfederateThe collection includes letters by family members Ellen Wayles Randolph Coolidge and George Wythe Randolph together with Randolph's expense list while serving as CSA agent in Europe, a letter concerning the efforts of Virginia Governor Pierpont to obtain a pardon for him and letters on life in Paris in 186621ocn032351032mix1.00Custis-Lee family papersCorrespondence, literary productions, bills, and receipts, of George Washington Parke Custis (1781-1857), and correspondence of his wife, Mary Lee Fitzhugh Custis, his daughter, Mary Randolph Custis Lee, and his son-in-law, Robert E. Lee. Topics include George Washington and a visit by the Marquis de Lafayette to Arlington House22ocn053794990mix1.00Cooke, Giles BucknerPapers of Giles Buckner CookeHistoryPersonal narratives ConfederateThe collection contains Cooke's Civil War diaries, 1861 April 17 thorugh 1865 April 13. The collection also contains two diplomas; an appointment; a pass, 1865 April 10, issued by General Grant's headquarters; 4 letters from Robert E. Lee, 1865-1869; one letter from Mrs. Lee, 1870; and 4 letters from P.G.T. Beauregard, 1873-188511ocn027042012mix1.00Lee familyLee family lettersPersonal narratives AmericanLetters written by Robert E. Lee and his wife to Mrs. Sarah Beaumont Irwin, describing family life and touching on the Mexican-American War and on U.S. politics11ocn024150863mix18111.00Lee and Marshall family lettersHistoryMiscellaneous letters of the Lee and Marshall families, including letters, 1818-1819, from Charles Carter Lee (1798-1871) at Harvard; letters to and from William L. Marshall of Baltimore, Md., about family and social matters; and letters, 1867-1870, from Mary Custis (Mrs. R.E.) Lee to her niece, Florence Burke, about family matters and the plunder of Arlington during the Civil War11ocn145410771mixCooke familyPapersHistoryThis Accession consists of 13 items including a deed and will, a military commission and pass, as well as correspondence from major Civil War figures-General Robert E. Lee, General Beauregard, and Mary Custis. Some of the papers are annotated by Giles B. Cooke11ocn647972016book1.00Lee family papersHistoryPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives ConfederateSidney Lanier, Arthur Lee, Charles Lee, Fitzhugh Lee, Mary Ann Randolph Custis Lee, Richard Bland Lee, Thomas Lee, John Letcher, Abraham Lincoln, James Longstreet, William Mahone, George Brinton McClellan, Lafayette McLaws, George Mason, George Gordon Meade, Robert Carter Nicholas, Edward Follansbee Noyes, George Edward Pickett, Franklin Pierce, Alfred Pleasonton, Roger Atkinson Pryor, George Wythe Randolph, John Cook Rives, Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur Comte de Rochambeau, Winfield Scott, Philip Henry Sheridan, William Tecumseh Sherman, William Shippen, Edmund Kirby Smith, William Smith, James Ewell Brown Stuart, Andrew Talcott, Lorenzo Thomas, Robert Augustus Toombs, Jonathan Trumbull, David Emanuel Twiggs, Zebulon Baird Vance, George Washington, John Wentworth, John Henry Winder, Henry Alexander Wise, John Ellis Wool, and Marcus Joseph Wright11ocn647962862book1.00Papers of the Cocke familyHistoryPersonal narratives ConfederateThe collection consists almost entirely of letters between members of the Cocke family, particularly Bettie Burwell Page Cocke and John Bowdoin Cocke. The letters convey family news and comment on the difficulties of Reconstruction. One mentions the collapse of a portion of the state capitol and friends killed, and another from a captured officer reflects on the South's defeat, heroism of soldiers and the collapse of morale late in the war. Of interest are two 1871 letters from Mary Ann Randolph Custis Lee describing health, family activities, and life in Lexington, Va. The collection also includes a ledger, 1882-91, from Belmead plantation, and a clipping desribing Edgewood, Nelson Co., the home of Joseph C. Cabell11ocn647990352mix1.00Lee, Robert EPapers of Robert E. LeeHistoryRecords and correspondence11ocn647938020book1.00Civil War lettersHistoryPrimarily letters exchanged among Mary Ann Randolph Custis (Mrs. Robert E. Lee), Margaret Randolph (Mrs. Francis Asbury Dickins), and Mrs. Anna Maria Fitzhugh, describing civilan life in northern Virginia during the Civil War; also records of expenditures made by George Wythe Randolph while he was Confederate envoy to Europe to procure supplies, and later correspondence concerning his pardon; one group of letters by Jane Hollins Nicholas "Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Randolph" of "Edgehill", Albemarle County, Virginia, to a cousin concerning the hardships of the war and reconstruction at her farm11ocn647854522mix1.00Heth, HenryPapers of Henry HethHistoryPersonal narratives ConfederateThere are also genealogical notes, ca. 1762, of the Armistead family; and letter, 1 March 1783, from John Marshall, Richmond, Va., regarding tobacco, and a naval appointment11ocn313835132mixSchaefer, JacobJacob Schaefer and family papersAutographs11ocn270598115mix18450.10Lee, Robert EFort Hamilton [Brooklyn, New York], to his cousin Martha WilliamsDiscussing the impression she made on the young officers during her visit to the Lees; commenting on a visit to Governors Island; mentioning the election of [James K.] Polk and [George M.] Dallas and the possibility of Lee's being ordered to Texas; giving news of his children. Mrs. Lee's letter gives news of friends and family and talks about visits to Staten Island and Governors Island11ocn031450709mix1.00LeConte, Harriet EvelynHarriet Evelyn LeConte papersHistoryMapsPictorial worksSourcesRecords and correspondenceConsisting of several letters, 1858-[ca.1870], tipped into bound volume (a friendship album), 1857-1860, with poetry, some in French, includes letter, 1 Feb. 1858 (Cambridge, [Mass.]), from [Louis] Agassiz, to Prof. [Francois Jules] Pictet [de la Rive] (Geneva, Switzerland), introducing Madame "LeConte de Georgie," who intended to enroll her son in school in Geneva, with Agassiz noting he planned to depart for Florida; two Civil War military documents: General Order no. 39 (4 May 1864, Army of Northern Va.), signed by Gen. Robert E. Lee, concerning instructions "to promote the efficiency of the Army" and letter, 8 July 1864, [P.]G.T. Beauregard, to Gen. M.L. Smith, near Petersburg, Va., requesting the return of a map of Petersburg and its defenses; undated letter [ca. 1870?], from Mary Custis Lee (in Lexington, Va.), thanking LeConte for a letter and photographs "which were very much improved but I do not think under any circumstances they could be made good, as the first proof had exactly the same sanctimonious expression which no retouching has been able to improve" [a copy of this image may be included in the collection], recalling their meeting at Warm Springs resort, inviting LeConte and her mother to visit Lee in Lexington, Va. and suggesting that she visit her former home, Arlington, "some bright afternoon when the sunsets are often magnificent [and] think of me with every memory of my life either for joy or sorrow planted in my dear home, never to be uprooted"; specimen Confederate money (currency in 4 denominations); and 3 carte-de-visite photographs, 1875 and undated, of Robert E. Lee (signed), Mary Custis Lee, and Jefferson Davis11ocn023297643mix0.47Johns, Jay WinstonJay Johns PapersThe correspondence of Johns includes correspondence with Virginia Democratic Party figures such as Albertis S. Harrison, William M. Tuck, Mills Godwin, Harry F. Byrd, Sr. and Carter Glass. Other prominent correspondents are Morton G. Thalhimer, Harry de Butts, James J. Kilpatrick, and George C. Marshall. There are records of social occasions given by Mr. and Mrs. Johns, correspondence relating to her illness and death, and papers relating to his death11ocn759520555book1.00Lee, Robert ERobert E. Lee family collectionHistoryArchivesPersonal narratives ConfederateThe Robert E. Lee Family Collection contains the correspondence and ephemera of Robert Edward Lee (1807-1870), as well as that of his immediate family: wife Mary Custis Lee (1808-1873), daughters Mary (1835-1918), Anne (1839-1862), Agnes (1841-1873), and Mildred (1846-1904), and sons George Washington Custis (1832-1913), William Henry Fitzhugh (1837-1891), and Robert, Jr. (1843-1914)11ocn031632693mixLee familyPapersHistoryThe Lee's seven children are also represented, including George Washington Custis Lee (1832-1913), William Henry Fitzhugh Lee (1837-1891), Robert Edward Lee (1843-1916), Mary Custis Lee (1835-1818), Anne Carter Lee (1839-1862), Eleanor "Agnes" Lee (1841-1873), and Mildred Childe Lee (1846-1905). Also included in the collection are a drawing of "Arlington," dated 1824; an album, 1854-1860, kept by Agnes Lee in part while attending the Virginia Female Institute in Staunton, Va.; and a scrapbook, 1898-1918, of Mary Custis Lee kept while traveling in Europe and Egypt11304ocn001299769book19530.24Kane, Harnett TThe lady of Arlington : a novel based on the life of Mrs. Robert E. LeeFictionHistorical fictionA biography of the wife of General Robert E. Lee who lived near Washington, D.C., and was considered one of the best hostesses of her day4052ocn001619061book19490.06Vance, MargueriteThe Lees of Arlington : the story of Mary and Robert E. LeeJuvenile worksFiction2753ocn046590023book20010.18Perry, JohnLady of Arlington : the life of Mrs. Robert E. LeeHistoryBiographyMany know about her husband, Robert E. Lee, and her great-grandmother, Martha Washington; many have visited the cemetery that now occupies her family estate. But few today know much about Mary Custis Lee herself. Chronically ill and often in excruciating pain, Mary raised seven children, faithfully witnessing to her husband for years before his conversion. She retained her dignity and faith throughout a fruitless, heartbreaking attempt to win compensation for the confiscation of her home and possessions. --From publisher's description+-+84938212061303ocn052512916book20010.17Perry, JohnMrs. Robert E. Lee : the lady of ArlingtonHistoryBiographyMany know about her husband, Robert E. Lee, and her great-grandmother, Martha Washington; many have visited the cemetery that now occupies her family estate. But few today know much about Mary Custis Lee herself. Chronically ill and often in excruciating pain, Mary raised seven children, faithfully witnessing to her husband for years before his conversion. She retained her dignity and faith throughout a fruitless, heartbreaking attempt to win compensation for the confiscation of her home and possessions. History is never more powerful than when it provides a role model for enduring hardship with sturdy and radiant faith. Mary Custis Lee is such an example. From the Trade Paperback edition+-+9286705406534ocn003271738book19390.31MacDonald, Rose Mortimer EllzeyMrs. Robert E. LeeHistoryBiography413ocn008177977book19410.79United StatesLee Mansion National Memorial71ocn039084355book19960.29Tierney, TomRobert E. Lee and his family : paper dollsHistoryPictorial works+-+096947139551ocn055113745book18691.00Jones, Thomas LWashington family relics : speech of Hon. Thomas L. Jones, of Kentucky, in the House of Representatives, March 3, 186951ocn037411932book18700.92McCreery, Thomas CArlington resolution and speech of Hon. Thomas C. McCreery, of Kentucky, in the United States Senate, December 13, 1870HistorySpeeches in CongressClaims21ocn005811670book19651.00Bercaw, NancyLafayette's visit to Fluvanna County22ocn032959331book18661.00Lee, Robert ELetter to Charles S. VenableLee writes to Venable, declining an invitation to attend a teacher's convention, asking the latter's advice about filling the vacant chair of "Mental and Moral Philosophy" at Washington College, and mentioning his intention to take Mrs. Lee to Warm Springs and Rockbridge Baths11ocn815320398book1996University Archives (Firm)Net price catalog #112Catalogs11ocn865017423art2013Jackson, MaryThe Girls of ArlingtonHistoryBiography11ocn806210665book2008Robert S. Brunk Auction ServicesAuction of fine and decorative artsRecords and correspondence11ocn145506943mix1846Custis, George Washington ParkeArlington, Va., to Charles Carter Lee, Hardy County, VaAsks Lee to procure some large buck's horns to add to his collection, which includes those of the "Washington stag" killed by order of George Washington. Gives news of the farm and family, including his daughter Mary and her husband Robert E. Lee11ocn647951749book1.00Lee, Mary Randolph CustisNotes to Mrs. Marshall McDonaldHistoryThree notes by Mrs. Robert E. Lee; in one she writes concerning materials for two bonnets, curtains and a handkerchief; mentions Mrs. Corbin and Mary. In another note Mrs. Lee comments on Mrs. McDonald's health and states she should not "part with Bettie until you are ready to leave as it is such a trial to part with a nurse." Mrs. Lee would like to take Emma to "the Springs" but would be just as glad to take Mrs, McDonald's Bettie ad can "appreciate perhaps more than most persons on account of my helpless state any faithful services." In the third note, Mrs. Lee states that Emma does not want to go to "the Springs"; if Mrs. McDonald "can spare Bettie" Mrs. Lee will be glad to take her11ocn022376754mix1.00Cheves and Wagner family papersHistoryThe collection is chiefly family correspondence. Also included are financial and legal papers, genealogical materials, newspaper clippings, and other papers of the Cheves, Wagner, and related families. The collection includes letters from Ann Hrabowska Wagner of Charleston while she was travelling in in New York, Pennsylvania, and New England, 1814 and 1818; correspondence about the Cheves family and plantation affairs, 1819-1846; transcriptions of letters from members of the Dulles family, in-laws of Langdon Cheves; and personal correspondence of Langdon Cheves's daughter-in-law and daughter, 1853-1919, including letters from Mary Custis Lee. There is little political material. Other topics include the War of 1812, members of a slave family who had been separated from each other, conditions around Charleston during the Civil War, the Charleston earthquake of 1886, and activities of the American Expeditionary Forces during and after World War I11ocn647949532book1.00Lee, Mary Randolph CustisLetters, to Louisa Snowden, chiefly concerning family news11ocn071131639mix1.00DeButts-Ely collection of Lee family papersHistoryCorrespondence, letterbooks, journal, scrapbook, memorandum book, reminiscence, clippings, and other papers pertaining primarily to Robert E. Lee and members of his family, including his wife, Mary Randolph Custis Lee. Subjects include Robert E. Lee's military career as an engineer in Missouri and Texas and as commander of the Confederate Army. Other family members represented include Daniel Parke Custis and Agnes (Eleanor Agnes) Lee11ocn753704932art2011Pryor, Elizabeth BrownThou knowest not the time of thy visitation : a newly discovered letter reveals Robert E. Lee's lonely struggle with disunionHistoryBiographySourcesRecords and correspondence+-+8493821206Fri Mar 21 15:50:11 EDT 2014batch29003