The Resource 1869-1877.
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- Education -- Virginia | Charlottesville
- Virginia Penitentiary
- Girls' schools -- Virginia | Charlottesville
- Tanner, William Elam, 1836-1898
- Universities and colleges -- Virginia | Charlottesville
- Convict labor. -- Virginia | Richmond
- University of Virginia
- Prisons -- Virginia | Richmond
- Boots -- Virginia
- Maryland Penitentiary
- Universities and colleges. -- Georgia | Athens
- Stevens, Joseph M
- Footwear -- Virginia
- Dougherty, John C
- Charlottesville (Va.) -- History -- 19th century
- Inheritance and succession. -- Virginia | Alexandria
- Personal papers -- Virginia | Richmond
- Real property -- Virginia | Alexandria
- Smith, Francis H., (Francis Henney), 1812-1890
- Edge Hill School (Albemarle County, Va.)
- Actions and defenses -- Virginia
- University of Georgia
- Debtor and creditor. -- Virginia | Richmond
- Stevens, Nannie
- Letters (correspondence)
- Penitentiary Store (Richmond, Va.)
- Brown, William Leroy, 1827-1902
- Shoes -- Virginia
- Prison industries -- Virginia | Richmond
- Accounts -- Virginia | Richmond
- Richmond (Va.) -- History -- 19th century
- North Carolina -- History -- 19th century
- Athens (Ga.) -- History -- 19th century
- Powers of attorney
- College students. -- Virginia | Charlottesville
- West Virginia -- History -- 19th century
- Virginia -- History -- 19th century
- Correspondence, 1869-1877, of Joseph M. Stevens of Richmond, Virginia, and the general agent of the Virginia Penitentiary and manager of the Penitentiary Store concerning orders for boots and shoes made by prisoners, as well as other matters concerning the Penitentiary and its store. Letters also concern lawsuits involving Stevens, including a dispute over real property in Alexandria, Virginia; his children's educations at the University of Virginia and at the Edge Hill School in Albemarle County, Virginia; sale of shoes to individuals at the University of Virginia; news from a friend at the University of Georgia; Stevens' personal business matters; and social news
- Biographical or historical data
- Joseph M. Stevens was the General Agent of the Virginia Penitentiary and managed the Penitentiary Store until 1875.
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- Funding information
- Filming funded by The Library of Virginia Foundation with the support of The Roller-Bottimore Foundation and The Robins Foundation.
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