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Label
1853-1876
Inclusive dates
1853-1876
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Language
eng
Summary
Papers, 1853-1876, of the Female Collegiate Institute located in Buckingham County, Virginia, consisting of a letter, 19 July 1853, from Overton H. Pettus to John S. West (1815-1878) about boarding girls attending the institute at West's home; letter, 28 April 1873, from Albert L. West (1825-1892) of Richmond, Virginia, to John S. West concerning the valuation of the institute property; letter, 21 December 1875, from R. T. Hubard (1839-1921), Buckingham County delegate the General Assembly, to G. B. Hanes regarding moving the Central Lunatic Asylum to Buckingham County; letter, 13 January 1876, from Hubard to John S. West concerning moving the asylum to the site of the former Female Collegiate Institute; and a business card of Albert L. West
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Biographical or historical data
The Female Collegiate Institute was incorporated in 1837. Forced to close its doors in 1843, the institute reopened in 1848, but closed its doors during the Civil War.
Cataloging source
Vi
Form designation
Female Collegiate Institute papers
Location of other archival material
Additional information about the Female Collegiate Institute can be found in the The John S. West Collection, Manuscript Dept., Duke University Library.
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
12
Immediate source of acquisition
West, John Francis
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000493830
Reproduction note
Photocopies.
Type of unit
p.

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