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- Contains addresses, college catalogues, and reports belonging to Patrick Henry Cabell (1837-1907), and diplomas, report cards, certificates and legal notes of his son Patrick Henry Carey Cabell (1864-1920)
- The addresses include a commencement address by Col. Landon C. Hayes before the Calliopean & Hermesian Societies, Emory and Henry College (1857), and a discourse before the Young Men's Christian Association of Richmond on the ethics of Christianity by William C. Rives (1855). The college catalogues include a catalogue of the Library of Emory and Henry College (1846), Hermesian Society Library of Emory and Henry College (1857), Officers and Students of Emory and Henry College (1856-1857 and 1857-1858), Trustees Faculty, and Students of Richmond College (1856-1857), and the Fifth Session of Roanoke College (1857-1858). Also included is the first annual report of the YMCA of Richmond (1856)
- This collection also includes diplomas, report cards, and certificates of distinction of Patrick Henry Carey Cabell while he was a student at Norwood High School and College in Nelson County, Virginia. They cover the years 1878 to 1882
- The legal notes of Patrick Henry Carey Cabell are undated, but were probably written while he was a student at the University of Virginia, where he received his law degree. The notes cover topics such as ways, offices, franchise, rent, the feudal system, estates, trusts, conditions, and mortgages
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- Patrick Henry Cabell was born on 17 October 1837. He was educated and Emory and Henry College. He was a professor of Greek at the Lynchburg Military College, Superintendent of Schools of Nelson County, and active in the railroad business. He married Elizabeth Willis Eubank on 25 October 1863. He died in Richmond on 16 April 1907.
- Patrick Henry Carey Cabell was born on 8 January 1864. He graduated from Norwood High School and College in Nelson County, Virginia (1882), and the University of Virginia (1885). He was an attorney in Richmond, and was regional counsel for the Travelers Insurance Company. He taught Latin at McGuire School. He was president of the Richmond Bar Association (1912), and a member of the Commonwealth Club. He married Anne R. Tomlinson in Philadelphia in August, 1920. He died in Birmingham, Alabama on 11 November 1920.
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