Collection Summary

Creator: Duke, R. T. W.
Title: The Papers of Duke and Duke Law Firm
Accession: MSS 79-6
Description: 232 boxes; 108.5 linear feet
Location: This collection is stored offsite. Please contact Special Collections before your visit to ensure your papers are available.
Photograph Collection: View 10 digitized photographs
Digitized Content: 10 objects
Addenda

Collection Description & Arrangement

The Duke Law Firm papers are stored in 232 boxes (108.5 linear ft.) dating from 1854-1956.  They provide extensive documentation of a small-town family practice. Since the insurance business and the Dukes' family business affairs were handled in the same office as the law practice, these files have remained with the legal files. The family correspondence found with these papers was transferred to Special Collections in Alderman Library. The collection documents detail the activities in the Duke Law Firm for a century of law practice.

The Duke Law Firm papers were transferred from the first Duke Law Firm office to the second Duke Law Firm office and to the third Duke Law Firm on Park Street home, where they apparently were shifted more than once. Things were unavoidably jumbled, but the order within the cartons, the types of file boxes and folders, and the dates made it possible to reconstruct the original filing arrangements.

This collection is rich in source material for scholars of legal, social or local history. The first area of research focuses on the changes in the character of this small-town law practice from the post- Civil War to the post-World War II periods. There are well-documented accounts in the shifts in the type of legal work the Duke Law Firm handled, the daily office operations over the years, the economic vicissitudes of the practice, and the attitudes of 3 generations of lawyers. There is information on the political, economic and social conditions of the Charlottesville area during the time span of the Dukes' law practice.

The papers are organized into 8 series: 1st-6th series concern the law practice; 7th series, the insurance business; and the 8th, family business.

Series I. Incoming letters (boxes 1-43) -- From 1869 to 1923 (and occasionally through the 1940's) incoming letters were filed separately from other material. From 1899 to 1923 all incoming letters were stored annually in special file boxes arranged alphabetically by correspondent's name. The papers in this series are arranged as they were found.

Series II. Copies of outgoing letters (boxes 44-57) -- From the 1870's through the teens copies of outgoing letters were kept chronologically in letterpress books. The books are stored in chronological order.

Series III. Case files (boxes 58-125) -- The case files date back to 1874 but are concentrated between 1920 and 1955. While the dates of these case files overlap the chronological ones described above, case files were by no means regularly created until the early twenties when the other system was virtually abandoned. Since many but not all of the case files were numbered, it was impossible to restore them to numerical order. Therefore, they have been grouped into decades and then arranged alphabetically by title found on the original folder. If the original folder was numbered, that number is noted on the new one. The cases concern principally the settlement of debts, property and divorce, as well as, for the last few decades, insurance claims.

Series IV. Legal documents (boxes 126-145) -- These documents, originally stored apart from case files, are organized chronologically according to type of document, the largest groups of which are deeds (1885- 1929) and titles (1876-1936). Also included in this series are documents related to specific cases (ca. 1870-1925), to the coal business, and to miscellaneous matters (ca. 1800-1950).

Series V. Financial papers (boxes 146-167 and oversize) -- The financial papers were likewise apparently filed separately in the office. They include notes, bonds, collections, accounts, bills, taxes, etc. and are arranged alphabetically (ca. 1870-1950). Ledgers containing the same sort of financial records are organized by size.

Series VI. General office correspondence and cases (boxes 168-185) -- This alphabetical file, ca. 1920-1955, was apparently created for routine correspondence concerning clients and office matters. For some reason certain cases were also incorporated into the alphabetical system, despite the fact that numbered case files continued to be created until the practice closed. (To complicate matters a bit further, there seem to have been two alphabetical files used consecutively. These have now been merged into one.) This series contains correspondence and case files, desk diaries, memoranda, unfiled office papers, and files relating to the insurance companies Eskridge represented.

Series VII. Insurance agency files (boxes 186-217) -- These files of the Insurance Agency of Charlottesville, 1923-1927, cover the period in which W.F. Carter, Jr. was agent. At the beginning of the series are documents concerning the audit of the agency and the subsequent incorporation.

Series VIII. Family business files, civic material and miscellany (boxes 218-232) -- These records dating from the 1880's provide a good deal of information about the financial affairs of the Charlottesville Dukes as well as their relatives.

Biographical & Historical Information

Richard Thomas Walker Duke, son of Richard and Maria Walker Duke, was born on June 6, 1822 in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he spent his childhood. After attending private schools, he entered Virginia Military Institute and finished second in the class of 1845. Upon graduating he taught school in Lewisburg, Virginia (now West Virginia) but returned to Charlottesville when his father died in 1849, and began studying law at the university. In 1850 he started his own law practice and over the next ten years built a law office, was chosen one of Charlottesville's first aldermen, served briefly as mayor, and became Commonwealth's attorney. He married Elizabeth Scott Eskridge of Staunton, and they had two sons, William and R.T.W., Jr. (Tom), and a daughter, Mary, who lived to adulthood; two other children died in childhood.

As colonel of the 48th Regiment of the Virginia Volunteers, R.T.W. Duke took an active role in the Civil War. In 1864 he resigned his commission because of a dispute with a superior officer but re-enlisted thirty days later. He surrendered with his troops at Silas Creek in 1865 and returned to his law practice and position as Commonwealth's attorney. From that time on Duke was known as "the Colonel," and in honor of his service in the recent war, the local camp for the Sons of Confederate Veterans was named for him.

In 1863 Duke bought Sunnyside, a 70-acre tract of land northeast of Charlottesville (on which the Law School is now located), and farmed this property until his death. He was chose secretary/treasurer of the Board of Trustees of the Samuel Miller Fund established in 1869. In 1870 Duke assumed the fifth district's Congressional seat for two terms as a member of the Conservative party. Lobbying for a strong South throughout his term, Duke actively opposed the 14th Amendment. R.T.W. Duke died after a lingering illness in the summer of 1898.

William R. Duke, born in 1849, possessed his father's farming instincts and commitment to political involvement. Together they farmed and resided at Sunnyside, whose ownership William shared with his brother Tom after their father's death. Although William studied law at Virginia and in 1883 joined his father's law practice, he devoted more energy to farming and such groups as the Virginia Cattlemen's Association. In 1897 he was elected delegate to the Virginia General Assembly. Like his father, William was also involved in local affairs, serving, for example, as clerk of the Miller Fund Board of Trustees for many years. William died in 1929 and was survived by his sons, William (Billy) and Camman.

Since he was born in 1853, Richard Thomas Walker Duke, Jr. (Tom) witnessed the Civil War during his impressionable boyhood years and later wrote about those experiences. A gifted writer and student of languages, Tom studied classics, French, German and English literature when he entered the University of Virginia in 1870. He was awarded the Thomas Jefferson Prize for the best essay in 1872 and then turned his attention to the study of law in 1873-74. It is likely that he later read law for a time in his father's office before passing the bar. Although the practice of law became his career, Duke wrote prose and poetry the rest of his life and was published in the New York Herald and such magazines as Century, Lippincott's, and Illustrated American.

Throughout his long career Tom was active in town, university, and state affairs. Among the organizations in which he held office were the Masons, Zeta Psi fraternity, the Sons of the American Revolution, the Sons of Confederate Veterans, the Miller Board, the U.Va. Alumni Association, and the state Democratic Committee. He served from 1886 to 1901 as judge of the Corporation Court (now called the Circuit Court), as Commonwealth's attorney from 1916 to 1920, and as a member of the Committee to Revise the Virginia Code in 1908. In addition he sat on the boards of a variety of corporations, including the Charlottesville Ice Company, the First National Bank, and a number of Kentucky and West Virginia coal development companies in which his family had invested. From 1907 to 1910 Tom edited the Virginia Law Journal.

Tom Duke married Edith Ridgeway Slaughter in 1884, and they produced six children of whom five grew to maturity: Mary, R.T.W. III (Walker), John Flavel Slaughter (Jack), William Eskridge, and Helen Risdon. He built a spacious home for his family at 616 Park Street. A frequent traveller because of his practice, Duke also travelled for pleasure. As the children grew up, Edith often accompanied him to New York or Washington to shop, visit friends and attend plays, or she took journeys alone to visit children and other relatives. All the Duke children, as they reached their teens, attended boarding school, and all received at least some college education. Edith Duke died suddenly in 1921, and two years later, Tom married Maymee Richardson Slaughter, his wife's sister-in-law from Lynchburg. In March of 1926 Tom died at the age of 76.

Walker, after a few years in the Navy, joined the Army and became a career officer. Jack served in the Army during World War I and then began a career in business. In 1917 Eskridge took a law degree at Virginia and joined his father's practice. He was plagued by ill-health throughout his career, and soon after their father's death, his sister Mary, a former social worker, began assisting in the law office. Helen, a librarian, worked in New York and Norfolk for a year or so before moving back to the family home. Eskridge and his wife, Lucy Lee, had three children of whom two, William Eskridge, Jr. (Bill) and Lucy Marshall, grew to adulthood. Jack died in 1933; Eskridge, in 1959; Walker, in 1960; Mary, in 1966; and Helen, in 1984.

The Charlottesville law practice established by R.T.W. Duke in 1850 remained in the family for two succeeding generations. After studying law with John B. Minor at the University of Virginia, Duke practiced alone until 1858 when he built his office at 20 Court House Square and took James D. Jones as a partner. Another lawyer, Louis G. Hanckel, joined the firm in the early seventies and handled insurance business. When Tom finished his legal studies in 1874, he assisted his father whose partner by then was Stephen V. Southall. In the 1880's the firm was called Duke and Duke, William having joined his father shortly before Tom became judge.

The early work of the firm was limited to real estate, debt collection, and probate work, with an occasional criminal case. In addition, there was ample time for all three lawyers to pursue their assorted outside interests. At the office each man wrote his own letters, Tom switching to a Remington typewriter in 1889, before the days when they could hire a stenographer. The Dukes handled property rentals for some of their clients, the wealthiest and best known of whom was Jefferson Levy, owner of Monticello, the Opera House and a great deal of other property in town.

With the combination of "the Colonel's" death, the social and economic changes in town around the turn of the century, and the energetic leadership of Tom, the workload of the practice increased and became more diverse. Loan and bond operations were added to the civil and criminal work and property management. Around 1917 Eskridge and Clarence E. Gentry joined the firm, now called Duke, Duke and Gentry. The law office was torn down in 1922, and the firm moved to a building shared with other lawyers at the corner of Fifth and Jefferson Streets. The practice flourished, and the Dukes often hired Virginia law students or graduates as clerks or associates, including Elizabeth Tompkins (the first female graduate of the Law School), Bernard Chamberlain, Anna Dinwiddie and John Yancy.

It has not been determined whether the Dukes sold insurance after Hanckel left, but some time after Eskridge joined the firm in the late teens, the Insurance Agency was established. The title was changed to the Insurance Agency of Charlottesville in 1923 when W.F. Carter, Jr. as agent. After Carter misappropriated funds, he was relieved of his job, the agency was incorporated, and the Dukes' interest in the business was eventually bought out by William B. Murphy.

Eskridge carried on the law practice with the assistance of Mary and an occasional associate. In 1937 he wrote that his firm "is regional and local counsel for a number of insurance companies, Virginia counsel for the Pike Coal Company, and does a general legal business, specializing in insurance, real estate, corporation and probate law, also maintains a collection department." With his failing health in the late forties, the practice dwindled until 1955 when Duke and Duke closed, a little over a hundred years after it began.

Acquisition Information

Date Received 1979
Donor Information Collection is a gift of Helen R. Duke.

Content List

 

Box 1:

  • Incoming Letters 1869-1885; [7 folders]

Box 2:

  • Incoming Letters 1890-1899; [6 folders]

Box 3:

  • Incoming Letters re Ohio and Big Sandy Coal Co. 1899 Oct. 31-1900 May 18; [4 folders]
  • Incoming Letters, A-L 1900 Oct.-Dec; [2 folders]

Box 4:

  • Incoming Letters, M-Z 1900 Oct.-Dec; [2 folders]
  • Miscellaneous Incoming Letters 1900-1901
  • Incoming Letters, A-Z 1900 Dec. 31-1901 Mar. 31; [4 folders]
  • Incoming Letters, A-D 1901 Jun. 5-Aug. 8

Box 5:

  • Incoming Letters, E-Z 1901 Jun. 5-Aug. 8; [3 folders]
  • Incoming Letters, A-Z 1901 Dec. 13-1902 Feb. 5

Box 6:

  • Incoming Letters, A-Z 1902 Sept. 1-Dec. 31; [4 folders]
  • Miscellaneous incoming letters 1902-1903
  • Incoming Letters, A-C 1902 Dec. 31-1903 Mar. 31

Box 7:

  • Incoming Letters, H-Z 1902 Dec. 31-1903 Mar. 31; [3 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1903 Mar. 11-Jun. 15; [3 folders]

Box 8:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1903 Jun. 12-Aug. 29; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1903 Aug. 22-Dec. 24; [4 folders]

Box 9:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1904 Jul. 4-Oct. 1; [4 folders]
  • Miscellaneous incoming letters 1904-1905
  • Incoming letters, A-J 1905 Jul. 31-Nov. 1; [2 folders]

Box 10:

  • Incoming Letters, K-Z 1905 Jul. 31-Nov. 1; [2 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1905 Nov. 1-Dec. 31; [3 folders]
  • Incoming letters re Ohio and Big Sandy Coal Co., A-Z 1905 Dec. 31-1906 Sept. 1; [3 folders]
  • Incoming letters re Ohio and Big Sandy Coal Co., I-Z 1905 Dec. 31-1906 Sept. 1; [2 folders]

Box 11:

  • Incoming letters re Ohio and Big Sandy Coal Co. 1906 Oct. 1-1907 Aug. 22
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1906 Jan. 1-Mar. 31; [4 folders]

Box 12:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1906 April 6-Jun. 31; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-K 1906 Jul. 1-Oct. 2; [2 folders]

Box 13:

  • Incoming letters, L-Z 1906 Jul. 1-Oct. 2; [2 folders]
  • Miscellaneous incoming letters 1906-1907
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1907 Ju. 1-Sept. 30; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-C 1907 Sept. 30-Dec. 31

Box 14:

  • Incoming letters, D-Z 1907 Sept. 30-Dec. 31; [3 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1907 dEC. 30-1908 Feb. 29; [3 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1908 April 29-Jul. 14; [4 folders]

Box 15:

  • Incoming letters, A-R 1908 Jul. 15-Sept. 30; [3 folders]

Box 16:

  • Incoming letters, S-Z 1908 Jul. 15-Sept. 30
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1908 Oct. 1-Nov. 30; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-C 1908 Dec. 1-1909 Jan. 31

Box 17:

  • Incoming letters, D-Z 1908 Dec. 1-1909 Jan. 31; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1909 Feb. 1-Mar. 31; [4 folders]

Box 18:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1909 Apr. 1-Jun. 18; [4 folders]

Box 19:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1909 Jun. 18-Aug. 31; [4 folders]

Box 20:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1909 Sept. 1-Dec. 1; [4 folders]
  • Miscellaneous incoming letters 1909-1911; [3 folders]

Box 21:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1912 Jan.-Feb.; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1912 Mar.-May; [4 folders]

Box 22:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1912 Jun.-Aug.; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-M 1912 Dec. 1-1913 Feb. 19; [3 folders]

Box 23:

  • Incoming letters, N-Z 1912 Dec. 1-1913 Feb. 19; [2 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1913 Feb. 19-May 1; [4 folders]

Box 24:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1913 May 1.-Jul. 1; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Q 1913 Jul. 1-Nov. 1; [3 folders]

Box 25:

  • Incoming letters, R-Z 1913 Jul. 1-Nov. 1
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1914 Feb. 1-May 1; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-C 1914 May 7-Aug. 1

Box 26:

  • Incoming letters, D-Z 1914 May 7-Aug. 1; [3 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1914 Aug. 1-Dec. 1; [4 folders]

Box 27:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1915 Feb. 1-Apr. 8; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1915 Apr. 8-Jun. 21; [4 folders]

Box 28:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1916 Nov. 1-1917 Jan. 1; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1917 Jan. 1-Mar. 17; [5 folders]

Box 29:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1917 mar. 17-May 25; [6 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-B 1917 May 25-Aug. 27

Box 30:

  • Incoming letters, C-Z 1917 may 25-Aug. 27; [6 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-H 1917 Aug. 27-Nov. 3; [2 folders]

Box 31:

  • Incoming letters, I-Z 1917 Aug. 27-Nov. 3; [2 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1917 Nov. 1-1918 Jan. 1; [3 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-J 1918 Jan. 1-Apr. 1; [2 folders]

Box 32:

  • Incoming letters, K-Z 1918 Jan. 1-Apr. 1; [3 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1918 Apr. 1-Jul. 1; [4 folders]

Box 33:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1918 Oct. 8-Dec. 24; [3 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1919 May 1-Aug. 30; [3 folders]

Box 34:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1919 Aug. 30-1920 Jan.
  • Incoming letters, A-K 1920 Jan. 1-May 1; [2 folders]

Box 35:

  • Incoming letters, L-Z 1920 Jan. 1-May 1; [2 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1920 Jul. 1-Nov. 26; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1920 Jul. 1-Nov. 26; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-D 1920 Nov. 26-1921 Mar. 1

Box 36:

  • Incoming letters, E-Z 1920 Nov. 26-1921 Mar. 1; [3 folders]
  • Miscellaneous incoming letters 1910-1920
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1921 mar. 1-Jul. 1; [4 folders]

Box 37:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1921 Jul. 1-Oct. 3; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1921 Oct. 3-1922 Jan. 4; [4 folders]

Box 38:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1922 Apr. 14-Jul. 1; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-J 1922 Jul.-Oct.; [2 folders]

Box 39:

  • Incoming letters, K-Z 1922 Jul.-Oct.; [2 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1922 Oct. 4-1923 Feb. 23; [4 folders]

Box 40:

  • Letters from T. Irving Hadden 1923-1933; [3 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A, B, S-T 1923-1929; [4 folders]
  • Incoming letters of R.T.W. Duke, Jr., A-Z 1924 Jan.-Jul.; [4 folders]

Box 41:

  • Incoming letters, A-Z 1924; [3 folders]
  • Incoming letters, A-Z for R.T.W. Duke Jr., 1925-1926; [3 folders]
  • Incoming letters, B, C, D, G, H, L, P, S, T 1927-1928
  • Incoming letters, A-M 1929-1930; [3 folders]

Box 42:

  • Incoming letters, N-Z 1929-1930; [7 folders]
  • Miscellaneous incoming letters 1920's; [3 folders]
  • Incoming letters 1930 Apr.-May
  • Incoming letters 1933 Jul.-Dec.
  • Miscellaneous incoming letters 1930's

Box 43:

  • Miscellaneous incoming letters 1940's; [4 folders]

Box 44:

  • Letterpress Book 1875 Feb. 1-1888 July 25; [4 books]
  • Letterpress book 1888 July 25-1891 Nov. 1; [3 books]

Box 46:

  • Letterpress book 1891 Nov. 17-1895 Oct. 28; [4 books]

Box 47:

  • Letterpress book 1895 Jan. 31-1896 Aug. 15; [3 books]

Box 48:

  • Letterpress book 1896 Aug.-1897 Sept. 14; [3 books]

Box 49:

  • Letterpress book 1897 Sept. 15- 1899 Sept. 22; [3 books]

Box 50:

  • Letterpress book 1899 June 21-1901 May 28; [3 books]

Box 51:

  • Letterpress book 1901 Mar. 11-1904 Mar. 17; [3 books]

Box 52:

  • Letterpress book 1904 Mar. 17-1907 Jul. 11; [3 books]

Box 53:

  • Letterpress book 1906 Aug. 24-1909 Sept. 23; [4 folders]

Box 54:

  • Letterpress book 1909 Sept. 23-1912 Apr. 22; [3 books]

Box 55:

  • Letterpress book 1912 Apr. 22-1914 Jul. 18; [3 books]

Box 56:

  • Letterpress book 1914 Jul. 14-1917 Jan. 26; [3 books]

Box 57:

  • Letterpress book 1917 Jan. 26-1919 Jul. 11; [4 books]

Box 58:

  • Harris v. Maxwell 1874-1881
  • Charlotte Isabella Holmes 1854-1898
  • Lilly v. Moseley 1877-1882
  • Lowell v. Percy 1869-1871
  • Thurman v. Thurman 1872-1892
  • Virginia State Senate Journal re C& O Railroad 1867-1888
  • J.C. Walker 1871-1893
  • Brown v. Brown 1886
  • J.G. Bullock's Trust Fund 1882-1890
  • Estate papers for R.S. Alvis, J.L. Batchelder, Mary S. Brown, William Durrett, J.L. Gianniny, S.G. Goodman, R.M. Maupin, John T. Walton 1884-1914
  • Everett v. Everett 1880-1897
  • Faber v. Harris 1886-1896
  • Jaurier v. Macgruder 1885-1890
  • G.T. Mahanes 1880's-1890's
  • Martin v. Martin 1880's
  • Lizzie Gill Thurman 1898-1913, 1928

Box 59:

  • J.J. Bowcock v. Beck 1890
  • J.F. Caldwell 1897
  • Chapman v. Woods 1897-1898
  • H.P. Clarke c. 1890
  • Duke v. Kent 1898-1906
  • Duke & Duke v. Massie 1899-1902
  • N.P. Farrar 1892
  • B.F. Ficklin's Estate 1891-1904; [2 folders]
  • Gleason v. Warner Elevator Mfg. Co. 1896-1987
  • Goodman v. Goodman 1896-1899
  • Gordan Land Co. 1890's
  • Hamilton v. Hamilton 1895
  • C.H. Harman's Estate 1899-1910
  • E.J. Lee's Executors 1897-1920's
  • Levy land administration; Lee estate acquisition 1892-1913
  • F. L. Longfield 1891
  • Peyton v. Gilbert 1898-1913

Box 60:

  • Powers v. Powers 1890-1902; [5 folders]
  • Robinson v. Robinson 1895-1901
  • Sneed v. Thomas 1890
  • Silas Walker 1896-1899
  • Thomas H. Walker 1892-1910
  • Thomas Wallace 1894
  • West Virginia v. Reed 1890
  • Whiting v. Vaughn & Luck 1890
  • T. E. Wilhoit, W.R. Duke, trustee 1895-1906, 1927-1930; [2 folders]
  • Wills Trustees v. Wills Creditors 1890
  • Yancey v. Burton 1896-1910

Box 61:

  • John H. Baber's Administrator 1908
  • Burnley v. Burnley 1907
  • Chaloner v. Sherman 1900-1911; [3 folders]
  • C. B. Dickinson Estate 1880-1916
  • Duke v. Minor 1900-1904
  • William Durrett Estate 1908
  • E. B. Gianninny 1900, 1903
  • John Gibson 1903
  • Gilmer v. Burkhead 1905
  • J. Triplett Haxall 1902
  • Huntington-Wayland Estates 1906-1924; [7 folders]

Box 62:

  • Huntington-Wayland Estates 1906-1924; [7 folders]
  • Page v. Bird 1909, 1924-25, 1940; [3 folders]
  • Rittenhaus tax matter 1908
  • Robertson v. Harmon 1908-1927
  • Fred G. Rust Estate 1900-1924; [7 folders]
  • Sandridge Estate 1909-1924, 1936; [3 folders]

Box 63:

  • Polly Smith's Administrator 1906
  • W. E. Swann 1900-1912
  • Via v.Coleman c. 1900 John L. Walters Estate 1901-1927; [4 folders]
  • Ware v. Pretlow c. 1910
  • Waters v. Trefouret 1900
  • W. F. Williams and Gianinny Trust Fund 1906
  • Albemarle Soapstone Co. v. Skipwith 1913
  • American Surety Co. 1912
  • Bainbridge v. County of Albemarle 1914-1915
  • A. W. Barlow 1918-1925
  • Barlow v. Barlow 1918
  • W. H. Barlow's Estate 1914-1916
  • Brigg's Electric Co. 1919-1920
  • D. Walker Brown 1919-1943
  • Brown v. Rinehart and Dennis Co. 1917
  • Bucyrus Co. v. Rinehart and Dennis Co. 1914
  • Burnap v. Rives 1911-1914
  • J. W. Byer 1919-1925
  • Carter v. Payne 1914
  • Cheatham Hill Road 1913
  • City of Charlottesville v. County of Albemarle 1916
  • Cochran v. Bargamin 1912
  • Lettie Ann Coles' Estate 1910-1913; [2 folders]

Box 64:

  • Commonwealth of Virginia cases 1915
  • Crowder v. Byer 1913-1915
  • Davis v. Davis 1919-1941
  • Duke v. City of Charlottesville 1911, 1915; [2 folders]
  • Equitable Surety Co. 1912
  • Garth v. C& O Railroad 1912
  • Richard J. Gillium 1917-1918
  • Goodwin v. Goodwin 1917-1920's
  • Curtis A. Haden 1915
  • S. N. Harman Property 1912-1921
  • Angeline v. Harris's Administrator 1912
  • Lane Bros. Co. v. J. E. Lane and Co. 1916-1920
  • Levy v. Red Land Power Co. 1913
  • J. H. Lindsay 1916
  • MacGovern and Co. 1915-1920
  • E. H. Mason 1913
  • Maupin v. Maupin 1914
  • Miller v. Chaloner 1912-1917
  • Tom Morris 1912-1918
  • Tommy Nowlin 1915

Box 65:

  • Payne v. Norris 1910
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Co. 1910-1913
  • Platers' Co. v. City of Charlottesville 1918
  • Miss J. Pretlow 1919
  • Reid Estate c. 1910
  • Rinehart and Dennis Co. v. J. C. Lipscomb and Co. 1914
  • Rinehart and Dennis Co. v. Collier 1912-1916; [4 folders]

Box 66:

  • Nannie D. Robinson 1918-1923
  • Mary T. Scott Estate 1911-1913; [2 folders]
  • Scruggs v. Scruggs 1918 J. A. and E. W. Seins 1912
  • Sherman v. Hewitt Construction Co. 1914 Elizabeth H. Tompkins Estate 1910
  • Updike 1919-1920
  • Jessie S. Uppleby Estate 1918-1919
  • John Uppleby Estate 1918-1919; [2 folders]
  • Watson v. Western Union Telegraph Co. 1914 White Sewing Machine Co. 1911
  • Woolforth v. Fray 1912 R. S. Worthington Estate c. 1913

Box 67:

  • Aetna Casualty & Surety Co. v. King Lumber Co. 1923; [3 folders]
  • County of Albemarle v. Southern Railway Co. 1925 Albemarle Electric Co. v. Preston 1923
  • Albemarle Pole Co. 1929 Alemite Lubricator Co. v. Skeen 1923-1925 E. T. Alexander Estate 1926
  • O. R. Allen 1923-1943; [2 folders]
  • Allen and Williams, Inc. 1928-1933; [2 folders]
  • Almirall and Co., Inc. v. King Lumber Co. 1924
  • Aluminum-Fibre Limb Corp. v. Suddarth 1924
  • Alvis v. Melton 1922
  • R. S. Alvis 1923-1931; [2 folders]
  • American Glass Works v. Crescent Drug Co. 1925 American Glass Works v. Fitch's Drug Store 1926
  • American Surety Co. v. Baker 1923 Amprezes v. Pappas 1924-25
  • Armour and Co. v. Burgess 1923-1924
  • Miscellaneous case files--A 1920's
  • Baber v. Powell 1922-1923
  • Bailey v. Jefferson Mills 1925-1927
  • Sarah J. Baker 1921
  • Barnett v. Cleland 1925
  • Valdosia Barrett 1924

Box 68:

  • Barringer v. Wood 1923-1924
  • Barr v. Department of Agriculture 1922
  • Basic City Bank v. Kirby 1923-1924
  • Bass v. Kendig 1920
  • Mrs. L. E. Bateman 1922-1923
  • Baum's Castorine Co. v. Wood's Garage 1925
  • Belew v. Belew 1924
  • C. W. Belew 1926-1927
  • Belew v. Allen 1925
  • Belk v. Wayne Oil Tank and Pump Co. 1920
  • Bickers v. Bickers 1924
  • Bickers' settlements 1928-1932
  • L. M. Blackford 1923, 1925
  • Blair v. Blair 1922-1941
  • Blair v. Whitworth 1925
  • County of Albemarle v. Maupin 1920's
  • Mrs. Carroll Boocock 1924
  • Samuel Bowles 1925
  • Boyle-Robertson Construction Co. 1926-1927
  • Bradbury v. Bradbury 1926
  • Bragg v. Bragg 1924
  • F. B. Bragg 1919-1926; [2 folders]
  • F. R. Bragg and B. A. Bragg 1926-1929
  • Bragg v. Wheeler 1929
  • E. S. Branshaw 1924 Brenard Mfg. Co. v. Covington 1920
  • Fannie A. Brisco 1923-1930; [2 folders]

Box 69:

  • Brookwood Farm 1926-1930 [3 folders]
  • Brower v. Naylor 1925
  • Brown Milling Co. v. U.S. Grain Corp. 1920-1921
  • Browing v. Browing 1926
  • A. C. Bruce 1920's
  • J. D. Burton 1926-1934
  • Byrd v. Blincoe 1923-1925
  • Miscellaneous case files--B 1925-1930
  • Cabell v. Western Union Telegraph Co. 1923
  • Anna F. Carter Estate 1920's
  • Carter Corp. v. Brown 1922
  • Carter Corp. v. Grasty 1922
  • Carter Corp. v. Union Bank 1921-1922 Carter v. Smither 1923-1924
  • Carter v. Tanner 1929-1930; [2 folders]
  • Carver v. Bailey 1922 Carver v. Graves 1927
  • Lucy A. Carver Estate 1923-1939
  • William Z. Catterton Estate 1923
  • H. Christian 1929
  • Chumas v. Hatton 1924
  • City Loan Co. 1926

Box 70:

  • City Loan Corp. 1925-1927
  • City of Charlottesville v. Drake 1920's
  • City of Charlottesville v. Hall 1922
  • Clark v. Rocbond Co. 1926 Haniel Clark and Son v. Albemarle Mills Co. 1923-1924; [3 folders]
  • Clarke v. Huff 1925 Clay v. McCall 1924-1927
  • John T. Clements 1922-1929
  • Cloud v. Guerrant 1922
  • Paul S. Coiner 1928
  • Coleman v. Bridge Commissioners 1921
  • Coleman-Smith Lumber Co. v. King Lumber Co. 1921-1924; [5 folders]

Box 71:

  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. J.G. Ballard 1926
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Carroll 1924-1925
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Mahoney 1928-1929
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Zimmerman 1920's
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Morris 1923
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Pugh 1924-1925
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Shiflett 1923
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Tanksley 1923
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Taylor 1922
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Via 1922-1923
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Wood 1922
  • Miscellaneous commonwealth cases 1924-1925
  • Commonwealth and Albemarle County Cases 1922
  • Commonwealth: Forms, etc: 1923
  • Congoleum Co. v. Nightengale 1923-1925 Connelly and Co. v. Pflugradt 1925
  • Cooper v. Leafe 1926
  • Cory, Camp, Thomas 1924-1925
  • Costen v. Fowler 1920's
  • Costan v. Smith 1924-1926
  • Cowne v. Charlottesville Ice Co. 1924-1925
  • G. S. Creasy 1924-1925
  • Crenshaw v. Crenshaw 1928-1929; [2 folders]
  • Crickenberger v. Crickenberger 1923
  • Elizabeth Forbes Dallam 1929
  • Davis v. Davis 1923-1924

Box 72:

  • Davis Phonograph Co. v. Clements 1926
  • DeJarnette v. Anderson 1926
  • J. B. Dickinson sale 1923-1924
  • T. W. Todd 1922-1925
  • T. M. Dodson 1923-1936
  • Dudley v. Dudley 1924
  • Duff v. Carver 1926
  • Pearl M. Duff 1923-1934; [2 folders]
  • Duke v. Hertd 1927-1948
  • Duke v. Walker 1922
  • General--D 1922
  • Mrs. M.J. Falconer 1925-1931
  • Fallsburg Bridge Case 1922
  • Fallsburg Power Corp. 1920-1922; [3 folders]
  • Farish v. Farish 1922
  • E. W. Feuchtenberger 1928
  • Rosa N. Flewellen 1928
  • Fox Brothers v. Barber 1929-1930
  • City of Fredericksburg v. Yancey Ice Co. 1922
  • Miscellaneous case files--E, F 1921-1926

Box 73:

  • Garfield Bank 1926
  • A. L. Garrison 1924-1926
  • C. T. Garth and Fannie Michie 1921-1927
  • Mrs. A. B. Garver 1925-1928
  • T. Ivar Gedda 1927
  • General Motors v. Thomas 1924-1925
  • Gentry v. Ashley 1924
  • Georges v. Nicholson 1925-1926
  • Giles v. Thaw; Miscellaneous--G 1926-1934
  • Gilliam v. Gilliam 1921
  • James B. Gilmer 1923
  • Goodyear v. Robertson 1924
  • Guggenheimer v. Caufield 1921-1924; [2 folders]
  • Gulley v. Fox Brothers 1927-1930
  • Lizzie and Maude Gunther 1923-1950; [3 folders]
  • Hagenbeck-Wallace Shows Co. v. Watkins 1926
  • Hall v. Twyman 1922

Box 74:

  • J. H. Tamer 1924
  • F. M. Hamilton 1922 [2 folders]
  • Mrs. C. N. Hancock 1924-1925
  • Edith R. Harker Estate 1926
  • Harley v. Sprouse 1929-1933
  • Harlow v. Southern Railway; L. Fleming v. Southern Railway 1920
  • Harlow v. Harlow 1921-1923
  • Annie W. Harris 1920's
  • Harris v. Templeton 1922-1925
  • Harris v. Harris; Drumheller bonds 1906
  • Mary Jean Harris Estate 1923-1924; [3 folders]
  • Mary, Annie, and Zella Harris 1922
  • Harris Children and W. A. Harris Estate 1921-1926; [2 folders]
  • Old Harris statements 1910's-1920's
  • Norvin T. Harris 1923
  • Cornelia Harrison Estate 1922-1923

Box 75:

  • Cornelia Harrison Estate 1922-1923
  • Harrison v. Belew 1926
  • William Argyle Harris Estate 1926-1940
  • A. D. Hart Estate 1927
  • Haynes v. Lineberger Mfg. Co. 1922
  • John G. Henderson Estate 1928
  • C. P. Herring 1922-1924
  • Mary R. Hibbert 1923 Highland Live Stock and Orchard Co. v. Via 1924-1925
  • Hitt v. Templeton 1922
  • Holbert v. Bowen 1922-1923
  • Houchens v. Southern Railway 1922
  • Lizzie Hughes Estate 1922-1923
  • W. C. Hughes 1922-1938
  • Humphreys v. Gibson 1926
  • Humphreys v. Gibson 1926

Box 76:

  • Hurt v. Lipscombe 1923-1925
  • Hyde v. Bebout 1923-1925
  • Dr. W. J. Jones 1924-1926
  • W. J. Jones Estate 1926-1927; [2 folders]
  • Kahn v. Hillhouse 1926
  • Kanney v. Fox Brothers 1929-1931
  • Joseph G. Kent 1926-1927
  • King Lumber Co. v. Faulconer 1920's
  • King Lumber Co. v. Miller Safe Co. 1921
  • W. E. Knight 1923
  • Jackson Lafferty 1924-1927
  • Lamb v. Lamb 1929
  • Lang v. Hotchkiss 1926
  • Lasley v. McCue 1928
  • Belle Layne 1924
  • F. C. Leake 1927
  • P. H. Leake Estate 1923-1924
  • Rebecca R. Lee 1922-1923
  • Molly Lewis Estate c. 1920; copy of 1820
  • Liberty Feed Co. v. Garth 1927-1929
  • Lipps v. Walker 1926-1930
  • Liquid Carbonic Co. v. Charlottesville Candy Kitchen 1925
  • Liquid Carbonic Co. v. Virginia Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. 1924-1925

Box 77:

  • Loose papers from case files 1920's-1930's
  • William Malone Estate 1926-1927
  • Marable v. Buckner 1927-1935
  • Marshal v. Collier 1926
  • J. W. Marshall 1923-1924
  • Marshall Mfg. Co. v. Charlottesville Lumber Co. 1920-1921
  • Maryland-Virginia Milk Products Co. v. Rothwell 1925-1929
  • McIntosh v. McIntosh 1926-1928
  • C. B. McKennie 1921-1929
  • G. M. McNutt Estate 1922-1926
  • McNutt v. Dexter 1924-1925
  • Michawaka Rubber and Woolen Mfg. Co. v. Kidd 1928-1929
  • Fannie M. Michie Estate 1926
  • Helen A. Michie 1924-1926
  • Milk Products Co. v. City of Charlottesville 1925-1929
  • Miller v. Fisher Bus Co. 1926
  • Miller v. Leedy 1926
  • Miller v. Phillips 1927-1932; [3 folders]
  • Miller v. Rothwell 1923-1929; [3 folders]

Box 78:

  • Moller v. West 1923-1924
  • W. E. Money Estate 1925-1927
  • Monticello Dairy v. Bass 1926-1927
  • Monticello Dairy v. Crescent Drug Co. 1926
  • Monticello Dairy v. Ellerslie Co-op Dairy 1927
  • Monticello Dairy v. Hughes 1928
  • Monticello v. Reedy 1925
  • Monticello Dairy v. Zero Products Co. 1927
  • Morgan v. Weaver 1920-1933; [4 folders]
  • Morgan v. Estes 1920-1921
  • Nellie Maud Morrice Estate 1925-1927
  • Pauline Moubray 1926
  • Lucy E. Munday 1922-1923
  • W. B. Murphy 1923
  • Musick v. Glenham 1927
  • National Bank of Charlottesville v. Ryan 1921
  • Newman v. Newman 1922-1923
  • Newport Sand Bank Co. v. Walker 1925
  • Norvell v. Norvell 1923-1924; [2 folders]
  • Nowlin v. Thomas (sa Thomas v. Nowlin) c. 1922
  • Nuchapep, Inc. 1927-1930; [2 folders]

Box 79:

  • Ferrell v. Wheeler 1926
  • Otter v. Lindsay 1923
  • Mr. and Mrs. J. Shepherd Parrish 1920-1930
  • Payton v. Ramby 1923
  • Pence and Sterling v. Craig 1923
  • Pence and Sterling v. Kelley 1923-1924
  • Penny Profit Store v. Via 1920-1922
  • H. P. Porter 1921-1944; [4 folders]
  • Porter and Hanckel 1929
  • Powell v. Brandenburg 1928-1956; [3 folders]

Box 80:

  • Powell v. Powell 1923-1925
  • Powell v. Wood 1926
  • Powers and Anderson Dental Co. v. Miller 1923
  • Prudential Insurance Co. v. Pitts 1928
  • Raines v. H. M. Gleason Co. 1929
  • Reynolds v. Reynolds 1924
  • Richmond Dairy Co. v. Charlottesville Ice Co. 1925-1926
  • Roberts v. Roberts 1924
  • Alexander Robertson Estate 1922-1924
  • Roth Downs Mfg. Co. v. Albemarle Electric Co. 1925-1926
  • Roth Downs Mfg. Co. v. Hamm 1926-1928
  • Mrs. Luther R. Sandridge 1923
  • Mrs. S. W. Saunders 1926
  • J. P. Sensibaugh 1924-1926
  • Sensibaugh and Gibbs 1927-1930
  • J. H. Shepherd and C. N. Wisner 1929
  • Harry Shiflett Estate 1926
  • J. E. Simpson 1921-1937; [2 folders]
  • Slaughter v. Clark 1925
  • Maude D. Smith 1923-1926
  • Smith Electric Co. 1928
  • Southern Bond Mortgage Co. 1928-1931
  • Specialty Trading Co. v. M. A. West Music Co. 1923
  • Mary Speed 1922-1923
  • Stallings v. Newman 1925
  • Standard Brick Co. (P. S. Yancey) 1923-1924
  • Standard Education Society v. Scott 1923-1925
  • Standard Paint Co. v. H. B. Sparks 1921-1925

Box 81:

  • Swartz v. Bender 1925
  • Miscellaneous case files--L-S 1920's
  • Talbot v. Croft 1924
  • Thomas v. Nowlin (sa Nowlin v. Thomas) 1922
  • Ben H. Thompson 1927
  • Thompson v. Herbert 1923
  • Mabel Thompson 1922
  • F. G. Thorp 1923-1946; [2 folders]
  • Lucius Timberlake 1929-1932
  • Timberlake v. Smith 1928-1930
  • Towles Estate 1920-1928; [6 folders]
  • Tripolos v. Costan 1924-1925
  • United Provisions Corp. v. Watts 1925
  • United Provisions Corp. v. White 1925

Box 82:

  • U.S. v. Hoback 1923
  • United Trust Co. v. Harris 1923-1925
  • Via v. Waters 1925
  • Via v. Via 1921-1924; [2 folders]
  • Mary D. Via 1924-1925
  • Annie Viars 1923-1943
  • Viars v. Kirby c. 1927-1929
  • Miscellaneous case files--V 1924-1928
  • Wade v. City of Charlottesville 1927-1928
  • Mrs. George Walker 1922-1923
  • Weber v. Rogers 1925
  • B. E. Wheeler 1923-1927; [2 of 4 folders]

Box 83:

  • B. E. Wheeler 1923-1927; [folders 3-4]
  • V. M. Wheeler and C. H. Kirtley 1928-1929
  • White v. Haden - [deed]  1924
  • F. L. Williams 1928-1931
  • Williams v. Payton 1929-1930
  • Mrs. Marion C. Wiatt 1923-1925
  • P. St. J. Wilson et al v. M. Louise Cocke, et als; Answer of William H. Lowe - [correspondence, report re Upper Bremo property] 1925
  • Midred Wood 1925-1928
  • Wood v. Hayden 1929
  • Worthington Hardware Co. v. H. B. Bedden 1927
  • D. W. Wyant (Executor) v. C. C. Conrad, et al 1923-1925
  • A. B. Yancey (Guardian)  v. F. W. Yancey - [accounts and deposition] 1918, 1928, undated [2 folders]
  • Miscellaneous files - [W. E. Duke Application to the Commonwealth of Virginia Board of Trustees of the Virginia State Diseased and Crippled Children's Hospital for a License to Own a Pistol or Revolver (Feb. 6, 1928); two tax returns forms for federal tax; Norfolk-Newport News Direct Ferry ticket (Nov. 1, 1927); Newport News & Hanpton Railway, Gas & Elec. Co. Boat Harbor ticket]

Box 84:

  • Abbott and Holt Funeral Home v. Reed 1936
  • Adams v. Edwards 1935-1936; [18 folders]

Box 85:

  • Adams v. Edwards 1935-1936; [18 folders]
  • Reliable Clothes v. Alexander 1935
  • R. S. Alvis 1930
  • Ambroselli Amusement Co.--Old Dominion Theatre 1934
  • American Surety Co.--Bettie B. Glenn 1931-1938
  • Evelyn Norford Anderson 1938-1939

Box 86:

  • Austin Organ Co. v. High Street Baptist Church 1928-1935; [14 folders]

Box 87:

  • Austin Organ Co. v. High Street Baptist Church 1928-1935; [14 folders]
  • Avery v. P. Lorillard Co. Inc 1937-1938; [4 folders]

Box 88:

  • C. C. Baker and M. W. Brisco 1930's
  • Baker v. Walker 1936
  • Mrs. G. C. Baker, Mrs. W. W. Osborne 1934-1939
  • P. G. Baker 1936
  • Barnett v. Lasley 1939-1941
  • Henry E. Batcheller 1931-1932
  • Edmund Berkeley 1938-1944
  • F. L. Berkeley 1938
  • Bingler v. Gay 1936
  • E. Blake -- Russell Collision 1934
  • Boling v. Massachusetts 1934
  • Boling v. Western Assurance Co. 1930
  • Botlen v. Lohr 1931

Box 89:

  • Brown v. Hodges 1934-1938
  • Isabella Burnett 1931-1934
  • M. Estelle Burthe 1930
  • Buttery v. Robbins 1938-1948; [7 folders]
  • Albert v. Caffey 1938-1939

Box 90:

  • Broadnax Cameron 1930-1936; [10 folders]

Box 91:

  • Broadnax Cameron 1930-1936; [10 folders]
  • Carickhoff v. M. E. Gillioz, Inc. 1937
  • Carpenter v. Carpenter 1936
  • Carpenter v. Colvin 1936-1937
  • Anne H. Carter Estate 1936
  • Thomas Carter Estate 1937
  • Mann H. Cason 1936-1938
  • Central Lumber Co. v. Mitchell 1931-1932
  • Central United Coal Co. v. City Coal Co. 1932-1933
  • Chester v. Shiflett 1937
  • George A. Chisholm Estate 1937-1940
  • Alice Coles 1939
  • Coles v. Chisholm 1932
  • Collins v. Culbertson 1932
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Bibb 1938
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Blakey 1937
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Dinwiddie 1936
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Griffin 1937-1940

Box 92:

  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Trice 1936-1937
  • Cox v. Wood 1930
  • Criser v. Bee 1931-1937; [6 folders]
  • Davis v. Hoffa 1937
  • Julia Davis 1932-1933
  • Dean v. M. E. Gillioz, Inc 1937
  • Dickinson v. Dickinson 1937
  • Sybil J. Disney 1934-1937
  • Dixie Flying Service, Inc. 1930

Box 93:

  • Doyle v. Cold Springs Mining Co. 1935-1936
  • Driver v. Cheetham 1934-1935
  • Drumheller v. Richfield Oil Corp. 1939; [6 folders]
  • L. W. Dudley c. 1930's
  • Dunn v. Smith 1937
  • Engart v. Postal Telegraph 1931
  • Estes v. U.S. 1932-1939
  • Ezekial and Weilman Co. v. Fekas 1933-1934

Box 94:

  • Fallert v. Pearlman 1936
  • Farrish v. Farrish 1937
  • Ferry-Morse Seed Co. v. Nay 1932-1934
  • Ferry-Morse Seed Co. v. Whitten 1936-1937
  • Bussinger v. Marks 1931-1932
  • Fleming v. Garth 1937
  • Fountain v. Fountain 1939
  • Jonathan Garrison heirs and General file--G 1934-1935
  • Miletus Garrison and Miscellaneous case files--G 1933-1934
  • Garrison v. Garrison 1937
  • Garrod v. Bowles 1938
  • Dorothy Roosevelt Geer 1936
  • Gibson v. Wheat 1937
  • Gipson v. Gipson 1934
  • Glass v. Charles Schwartz and Son 1932-1935
  • Glidden Co. v. Burgess 1931
  • Glidden Co. v. Hartman 1932-1933
  • Greene, Whitney and Miller re P. G. Baker 1933
  • H. Y. Gunby and Walter J. Moore re University Diner 1934-1935
  • Hamm v. Marcus 1931-1932; [9 folders]

Box 95:

  • Hamm v. Marcus 1931-1932; [9 folders]
  • Haney v. Haney 1930-1938
  • Elizabeth M. Hardesty 1939-1940
  • Bessie Harmon 1931-1939
  • Harmon v. Eisner 1939
  • Harrington v. Carver 1931
  • Harris v. Thomas 1930's
  • Hartman v. Wylie 1937-1938; [2 folders]
  • Hayman v. Scott 1934
  • Hayman v. Bibb 1937
  • Henderlite v. Oliver 1938-1939
  • Henderson v. Henderson 1931

Box 96:

  • Hermitage Ice and Storage, Inc. v. Bargamin 1931-1932
  • Mary R. Hershey--Pennsylvania Manufacturers' Association 1935-1937
  • Hewlett v. Schadel Insurance 1932-1934
  • Houchens v. Barksdale, Harris, Powell and Powell 1931-1932; [2 folders]
  • William Hughes 1932
  • W. H. Robbins 1934-1935
  • International Typewriter Exchange v. White 1933-1934
  • Jackson v. Charlottesville Motor Co., Inc.; Jackson v. Universal Credit Co. 1937
  • Jones v. Southworth 1938
  • Jordan v. Atlantic Lead and Zinc Co. 1930-1932; [2 folders]
  • Jordan v. Catania 1930-1931
  • Nick Kardos 1936
  • C. S. Kie Estate 1937
  • Killian v. Steger 1931-1932
  • Kimble v. Culbertson 1937-1938
  • King v. Model Steam Laundry 1934
  • Kolbe v. Asborn 1933
  • Kolbe v. Charlottesville Restaurant 1933
  • Kolbe v. Chesapeake Restaurant 1933
  • Kolbe v. Monticello Coffee Shop 1933

Box 97:

  • Lacy v. Gimbert 1935
  • Lamb v. Huffman 1931
  • Lane v. Moffitt; Peerless Mattress Co. v. Lane 1937
  • Leake v. Beagle 1937
  • Leake v. Carter 1935
  • Leake v. Perry 1938-1943; [9 folders]
  • LeGear Medicine Co. v. Hudson 1932
  • Letters re interest due, Jan. 1, 1931 1930
  • Marks v. Groniger 1936
  • Marshall v. Belk 1933-1935; [2 folders]

Box 98:

  • McCann v. Witherow 1937
  • M. D. and E. M. McClammer 1939-1946
  • Hunter McGuire McCreery 1931
  • McDonald v. M. E. Gillioz, Inc. 1937
  • James McGraw, Inc. v. Walker Iron Works 1931
  • Midland Finance Corp. v. H. M. Herson Department Store 1933
  • Miller v. Byard 1933
  • Monticello Dairy 1931-1936
  • Monticello Dairy v. Gentry 1938-1940
  • Monticello Dairy v. Simpson 1938
  • Monticello Dairy v. Walton 1937-1938
  • Bessie Lee Morris Estate 1936
  • Morris Brothers 1930-1931
  • Mullins v. Moore 1937
  • Mundy v. Bethard 1932
  • National Bank of Washington v. Snead 1931
  • A. S. Nowlin and Co. v. Charlottesville Lumber Co. 1931
  • Pacific Coast Borax Co. v. Fuller Drug Co. 1933
  • Pacific Indemnity Co. re Thomas McNeil 1932
  • Perry v. Gofney 1936, 1946
  • Perry Coal Co. v. Underwood 1931
  • Public Indemnity Co. re McDaniels v. Charlie 1932-1933
  • Quarles v. Dent 1938
  • Raynes v. M. E. Gillioz, Inc. 1937-1940; [2 folders]

Box 99:

  • W. H. Raynor 1938
  • Reardon v. Government Employers' Insurance Co. 1939-1940
  • Reiter v. Shoemaker 1939
  • Rex Manufacturing Co. v. Community Drug Store 1933
  • Rives Estate 1935-1937; [18 folders]

Box 100:

  • Rives Estate 1935-1937; [18 folders]
  • Romm v. Gray 1936
  • John A. Ruffalo re James Watson 1930
  • St. Christopher's School v. Dinwiddie 1938
  • Schernickow v. Wood 1931-1932
  • Schreiner v. Mott 1931
  • Schwartz and Son v. Chellis 1935-1937

Box 101:

  • Sedge Hill 1935-1942
  • Shelby Mutual Plate Glass and Casualty Co. 1932
  • Cornelius Shiflett 1937
  • Shiflett v. M. E. Gillioz, Inc. 1937
  • Shinn v. Haines 1938
  • Skinner v. Calhoun-Watts Motor Co. 1931
  • Smith v. Tillema 1930's
  • Smith v. S. & R. Silk Mills, Inc. 1931
  • Snead v. Frank Ix and Son, Inc. 1937
  • Source Research Council, Inc. v. Smith 1933
  • Sam Spradlin--Lafferty Farm 1937-1941
  • R. N. and L. A. Stephens 1930-1950
  • Stepp v. Virginia Stage Lines, Inc. 1935-1937

Box 102:

  • William M. Thomas 1932-1933
  • Thomas v. Thomas c. 1932
  • Christian Thompson 1938
  • Tucker v. Frisco Railway 1939
  • Universal Book and Bible House v. Hardy 1936-1939
  • University Motors 1933-1936; [4 folders]
  • University of Virginia v. Johnston-Willis Hospital 1938
  • Vassar v. Graham 1935-1936
  • Virginia School Supply Co. v. University Baptist Church 1936-1938
  • Hattie Walker 1933
  • Walker v. Bethel 1932
  • Washington v. Brown 1932
  • Douglas Watt 1937-1939; [2 folders]
  • Watt v. Bates 1938
  • Weaver v. Coiner 1931
  • Weaver v. Nester 1936-1937; [2 folders]

Box 103:

  • Harvey E. White 1938
  • Mary C. White 1930
  • White v. Bergstresser 1937-1938
  • Whiting Oil Co. v. Herring 1938-1941
  • Wiley v. Carson 1934
  • Williams v. Shope 1937-1938; [11 folders]

Box 104:

  • Williams v. Shope 1937-1938; [11 folders]

Box 105:

  • Willis v. Walton 1937
  • Wood v. Wall 1938
  • Carson Wright 1936-1943
  • Wyant v. M. E. Gillioz, Inc. 1937
  • York v. Piedmont Oil Co. 1934-1935; [3 folders]
  • Roy Yowell 1931-1939

Box 106:

  • Allen v. East 1947
  • Janet C. Ambler Estate 1940-1945
  • Amick v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948
  • Nannie Anderson Estate 1948-1950
  • Arnette v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948
  • Austin v. DuPont 1947
  • Baker v. Smith 1948
  • Banks v. Virginia Stage Lines, Inc. 1948-1949
  • Barksdale v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1949
  • Barnette v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948
  • Beasley v. Fisher 1948-1949
  • Beatty v. Connors Estate 1942-1948
  • Gilmer R. Belle 1945
  • Bilyeu v. Simmons 1949-1950
  • Bolling v. Mahon 1947
  • Bolling v. Bolling 1949
  • Brady v. Deane 1946-1947
  • Breazeale v. Wyant 1948
  • Brechin v. DeJarnette 1942-1943; [2 folders]
  • Bridgeford v. Ott 1949
  • E. A. Brooks Estate 1948
  • Mary Elizabeth Brooks 1947-1950
  • John A. Brown 1946-1948

Box 107:

  • Buck v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948-1949
  • Burgess v. Central Electric and Gas Co. 1948
  • Burkett v. Royal Insulation and Construction Co. 1949-1950
  • C. & F. Theatres Inc., v. Duke 1947
  • Carter v. Carter 1949
  • Carter v. Laird and Co. 1947-1948
  • Carter v. Volm 1949
  • Carver v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948
  • Carvey v. Palmore 1948
  • Cary v. Augustine Insurance Co. 1948-1949
  • Central Electric and Gas Co. 1948
  • Russell S. and Alice Chapman 19443-1953
  • Sgt. D. R. Ciccotelli 1949
  • Clay v. Sadler 1947
  • Cleary v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948-1949
  • Clemons v. Clemons 1946
  • Isaiah and Jane Coles 1943-1944
  • Collier v. Dapkunas 1947
  • Walter Collier 1948
  • Collier v. Birkenhead 1949-1950
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Dowell 1949
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Johnson 1949

Box 108:

  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Maury 1949
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Ragland 1949
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Reynolds; Unruh v. Reynolds 1942
  • Conn v. Herndon 1949-1950
  • Clyde Corder--New Culpepper Mills, Inc. 1948
  • Crawford v. Crawford 1948
  • Crawford v. Pure Oil Co. 1947
  • Crenshaw v. Crenshaw 1941-1945
  • Critzer v. Virginia Stage Lines, Inc. 1948-1949
  • Cubbage v. Moseley Brothers 1940
  • Cubbage v. Saunders Electric Co. 1949-1950
  • Cugini v. Mills 1940-1941
  • Davis v. Bradley 1949-1950
  • Dew v. Stanton 1949-1950
  • Robert P. Dickinson 1949-1950
  • Celia P. Downing 1948
  • Downing v. McNett 1947-1948
  • Duke v. Pioneer Tailors 1947
  • Duke v. Railway Express Agency 1947

Box 109:

  • Duke v. Turner 1941
  • Duke v. Uttinger 1949
  • Dorothy Dulin 1943-1945; [3 folders]
  • Durham v. Pace 1947
  • Evey v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1941-1942
  • Ezekial and Weilman Co. v. Smith 1941-1942
  • Farish v. Virginia Stage Lines, Inc. 1948-1949
  • Fertig v. Wells 1948
  • Fischer v. Scottsboro Bus Line 1948
  • Fleming v. Brown 1947
  • Moses Fleming 1948
  • Fleming's Handy Market 1948-1952
  • Franklin v. Yowell 1947
  • Gentry v. Beatty; Beatty v. Connors 1942
  • Goodwin v. St. Clair 1948
  • Graham v. [?] 1948
  • Samuel Green 1947-1950; [2 folders]
  • Gwens v. Blackwell 1948
  • Haggard v. Perry 1949
  • Haigh v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948
  • Hall v. Amour and Co. 1947

Box 110:

  • Halladay v. Johnson 1947-1948
  • Halpin v. Sherman 1948-1949; [2 folders]
  • Hamilton v. Central Electric and Gas Co. 1947-1948
  • Haney v. Deane 1949
  • Harris v. Harris 1948
  • Bert C. Heath 1941
  • Lindsay Heath, Jr. 1947-1948
  • Henley v. New Culpepper Mills, Inc. 1948-1949
  • Dewey G. Hensley 1948
  • Hertz U-Drive-It v. Craver; Llorens v. Craver 1949
  • Geraldine Hill for Matthew Hill 1949
  • Huffman v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948
  • Humphries v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948
  • Hutchison v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948
  • Rosa Young Jackson 1948
  • Jackson v. Farmer 1948-1949
  • Jennings-Fogelman Case 1949
  • Johnson v. Laird 1948-1950
  • Johnson v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948
  • Johnson v. Bowers 1948
  • James B. Johnson Estate 1946-1947; [2 folders]

Box 111:

  • James B. Johnson Estate 1946-1947; [2 folders]
  • Thomas E. Johnson 1948-1949
  • Jones v. Virginia Stage Lines, Inc. 1948
  • Jones v. Maule 1948
  • Kent v. Osbourne 1949
  • Kent v. Virginia Trailways 1949
  • Kern v. Vest 1947
  • Kindrich v. Ward 1948
  • L. B. Kline Estate 1942-1947
  • Walter Koren 1947-1951
  • Lacks v. Granger 1949-1952
  • Laird and Co. v. Ward 1947
  • William Lambert 1948
  • Lane and Barnett 1949
  • LeBarron v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948
  • Lee v. Farinholt 1942
  • Llewellyn v. Virginia Stage Lines, Inc. 1948-1949
  • Long v. Virginia Stage Lines, Inc. 1948-1949
  • Low v. Brown 1950-1951
  • Low v. Holt 1944-1946; [14 folders]

Box 112:

  • Low v. Holt 1944-1946; [14 folders]
  • MacClammer v. MacClammer 1947
  • Howard Marshall Estate 1949
  • Mason v. Seiler 1949
  • Master Arts Products v. Wood 1941
  • Maupin v. Maupin 1942
  • Moore v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948; [2 folders]
  • Morris v. Sandridge 1948-1949
  • Morris v. Dowell 1949

Box 113:

  • Muceneek v. Bell 1948-1950
  • National Cash Register Co. and R. P. Wilder 1947
  • Nolan Finance v. Roseberry 1946-1947
  • Obenschain v. Gibson 1949
  • Obenschain v. Taylor 1949-1950
  • Florence Pace 1949
  • Parr v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948
  • Chester Payne 1947
  • Payne v. Allstate 1947
  • Pierce v. Shiflett 1947-1948
  • Quarles v. Wignor 1949-1950
  • Quarles v. Dickinson 1949
  • Quarles v. Royal Swing 1948
  • Estelle Quick 1948
  • R. Radnitz 1947
  • Fannie Ragland's heirs 1941-1942
  • Reeves v. Reeves 1948-1949
  • Richards v. Greenleaf 1940; [2 folders]
  • Horace Chapman Richardson 1948
  • Richardson v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948-1949
  • Rigsby v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948
  • Roberts v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948
  • Parmer Rogers 1949
  • A. S. Ronquist 1944
  • Rubin v. Sherwood 1949-1953
  • Lee Ryan 1941
  • Ryder v. New Culpepper Mills, Inc. 1948
  • Bettie Sandridge Estate 1942
  • Sear v. McConchie 1949

Box 114:

  • Segelbaum v. Frazer 1949
  • Shiflett v. Commonwealth of Virginia 1947
  • [Mary F. C.] Shiflett v. [James C.] Shiflett 1948; [3 folders]
  • [Mary M.] Shiflett v. [Ben] Shiflett 1948
  • Simmons v. Schrogham 1949
  • Sinclair Refining Co. 1949; [2 folders]
  • Sinclair Refining Co. v. Roy Steam Laundry 1948
  • Sinclair Refining Co. v. Ewing 1947-1948
  • Charles D. Smith 1948
  • Beverly D. Sprouse 1949-1953
  • [Ruby J.] Sprouse v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948-1949
  • [William D.] Sprouse v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1949
  • Storey v. Montague 1948-1949
  • Street v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948-1949
  • Rubina D. Stuart 1940
  • Supreme Construction v. Barbour 1941
  • Sutherland v. Walker 1947
  • Sutherland v. Flood 1948
  • Sweitzer v. Stanley 1949-1950
  • Swift and Co. v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1949
  • Taylor Coal Co. v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948
  • Marcellus Terrell 1948-1950
  • George M. Thayer 1948
  • Mary Thomas Estate (Brown v. Gilmer) 1940's

Box 115:

  • Mary Thomas Estate (Brown v. Gilmer) 1940's

Box 116:

  • Mary Thomas Estate (Brown v. Gilmer) 1940's
  • Thomason v. Corey 1949
  • Thompson v. New Culpepper Mills, Inc. 1948
  • Francis Gwyne Thorpe i 1948-1949
  • Roy O. Unruh 1941-1942
  • Virginia Stage Lines, Inc. v. Staples 1949
  • Walker v. Adams 1949
  • Walker v. Virginia Stage Lines, Inc. 1947-1948
  • Waller v. New Culpepper Mills, Inc. 1948
  • Ward v. Laird and Co. 1948
  • Ware v. Wood 1941, 1946
  • White v. Fitzgerald, Sidney and Pugh 1949-1950
  • L. G. White 1945-1953
  • Wikman v. Home for Incurables 1945
  • Wilson v. Hunt 1947
  • Mary E. Wilson Estate (Wilson v. Brown) 1940's; [9 folders]

Box 117:

  • Mary E. Wilson Estate (Wilson v. Brown) 1940's; [9 folders]
  • Wood v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1948 Wood v. Ritchie 1947
  • Wood v. Central Electric and Power 1948
  • Woody v. Laird and Co. 1947-1948
  • Woody v. Virginia Stage Lines, Inc. 1948

Box 118:

  • Adams v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1952
  • Alexander v. Travis 1950-1953
  • Anchor Motor Freight v. Dale 1950-1951
  • Anchor Motor Freight cases 1950-1951
  • Associated Transport v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1950-1951
  • Associated Transport v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1950-1951
  • Balser v. City of Charlottesville 1951
  • Bazzanella v. Fortin 1952
  • Bennington v. Waldrop 1950-1951
  • Bishop v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951-1952 [2 folders]
  • James E. Blakey 1950-1951
  • Bodie v. Smith 1950
  • Bowles v. Laird and Co. 1952
  • Branch v. Worley 1951-1952
  • Breeden v. Pence 1951 Thomas Bridgeford 1952

Box 119:

  • Mary E. Brooks 1951
  • Burbridge v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951-1952
  • Byers v. Laird and Co. 1950
  • Campbell and Croft 1953; [3 folders]
  • Campbell v. Haggard 1952
  • Chaplin v. Herrings 1952
  • Chapman v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1950-1951
  • Chears v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1950-1951
  • Chisholm v. Burroughs 1950
  • Clower v. Lipscomb 1950-1951
  • Collier v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Brice 1951
  • Commonwealth of Virginia v. Proffitt 1950
  • Courtney v. Queen of Charlotte Hotel 1952
  • Crewes v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1952
  • Dade v. Nowland 1950-1951
  • Davis v. Meadow Gold Products Co. 1951
  • Day v. Bamberger 1952
  • Doss v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951-1952
  • Draper v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951
  • Dudley v. City of Charlottesville 1950-1952
  • Duke v. Lam 1950-1951
  • Duke v. Simpson 1951
  • Gilmer Gunn Estate 1951-1952; [2 folders]

Box 120:

  • Dupont v. Linke 1950
  • Eastwood v. Howard Johnson 1950
  • Edwards v. Stephenson 1950
  • Edwards v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1952
  • Estes v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951 [2 folders]
  • Evans v. Evans 1952
  • Ezekiel and Weilman Co. v. Weston 1951-1953
  • Fanshaw v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1950-1951
  • Farrish v. Easton 1951
  • Faulkner v. Bolling 1951
  • Fincham v. Fitzhugh Drug Co. 1953
  • Fischer v. Trainum 1950
  • Fisher v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951
  • Foege v. Dravo Corporation 1950-1951
  • Fox v. Miller 1950-1951
  • Fridley v. Sinclair Refining Co. 1952
  • Fritz v. Brodie 1952
  • Carl and Douglas Gibson 1950
  • Gitchell v. Sears Roebuck and Co. 1950-1951
  • Victor E. Glick 1950
  • Godwin v. Duke 1951
  • Goldstein v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1950
  • Goodloe v. Andrews 1951
  • Gough v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951; [3 folders]
  • Grayson-Robinson Stores, Inc. v. Watts 1952-1954
  • Greenwell v. Kiamie Textile Mills 1951
  • Mary Carr Greer 1950
  • Haggard v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951

Box 121:

  • Haney v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951
  • Marvin Haney 1950
  • Harlowe v. Quaker Oats Co. 1950-1951
  • J. R. Harper, Inc. 1952
  • Hawkins v. Kiamie Textile Mills 1950-1951
  • Hawkins v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951-1952
  • Henderson v. Brown 1953
  • J. C. Henley 1950
  • Hollis M. Hensley 1951
  • Hertz U-Drive-It v. Modena 1950; [2 folders]
  • Hertz U-Drive-It v. Wheeler 1950
  • Heuer v. Agee 1952
  • Hill v. Hill 1951-1954
  • Hinkel v. Gleason 1952
  • John Edward Holford 1951
  • Holland v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1950-1951
  • Huffman v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951
  • Hughes v. Short 1953
  • Hunt v. Sears Roebuck and Co. 1950-1951
  • Johnson v. Gentry 1950
  • Jurgenson v. Jurgenson 1951-1952
  • Keller v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1952
  • B. D. Ladd 1950-1951
  • Lannigan v. Yancy 1951
  • Lego v. Cook 1951
  • Louis W. Martin 1950
  • McAllister v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1952
  • McCallister v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951
  • James U. McClammer 1952
  • Mehring v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951
  • Melton v. Bibb 1950
  • Melton v. Hollingshead 1950
  • Mereness v. Moubray 1950
  • W. T. Michael 1950

Box 122:

  • Miles v. Garrison 1954
  • Miller v. Carpenter 1950-1951
  • Morris v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1950-1951
  • Charles P. Mundorff 1950
  • Nash v. Kiamie Textile Mills 1951
  • Nolan v. Marsh 1951-1952
  • Orner v. Pure Oil Co. 1952-1953
  • Parr v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951
  • [A. H.] Payne v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951
  • [Margaret] Payne v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1952
  • Peoples Mortgage Corp. 1952
  • Perkins v. Brooks 1952
  • Powell v. Whittington 1950
  • Powell v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1952
  • Profitt v. Brown 1950
  • Pugh v. Sears Roebuck and Co. 1950
  • Pure Oil Co. 1952-1953
  • Pure Oil Co. v. Stratton 1952
  • Putze v. Fortune 1950
  • Richardsn v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1950
  • Rigsby v. Knight 1952
  • Roberst v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951-1952
  • Royall v. Dravo Corporation 1950-1951
  • Saylor v. Laird and Co. 1951
  • Schafer v. Vaden 1950
  • Schleuter v. Dravo Corporation 1950-1951
  • Sears and Roebuck Co. 1950
  • Sears Roebuck and Co. v. Cities Service Oil Co. 1951
  • Sears Roebuck and Co. v. Copenhaver 1950
  • Sears Roebuck and Co. v. Ray 1951
  • Seay v. Anchor Motor Freight 1950-1951; [2 folders]

Box 123:

  • Shepherd v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1950
  • Joseph Silverman 1951
  • Sinclair Refining Co. 1951-1952
  • Sinclair Refining Co. v. Jones 1950
  • Sinclair Refining Co. v. Keller 1952
  • Sinclair Refining Co. v. Snead 1951
  • Matilda Sjostrom 1952
  • Ellen M. Slayden Estate 1950
  • Smith v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951
  • Smith v. Jessee 1951
  • Stallings v. Kiamie Textile Mills 1951
  • Strawhun v. Fish Contractors, Inc. 1950
  • Sublett v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1950-1951
  • Sullivan v. Wertz 1952
  • Thomas v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1950
  • Thomason v. Payne 1950
  • E. A. Turner and Joe Walker 1950-1951
  • Unfiled case materials n.d.
  • Via v. Gibson 1951
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Booker 1951
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Carpenter 1952
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Furr 1951
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Guy Johnson Lumber and Supply Co. 1951
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Holland 1952
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Hughes Service Station 1952
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Hupp 1951-1952
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Kemper 1951
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Marshall 1952
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. McCraw 1952
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Morris 1952
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Mottley Construction Co. 1951
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Reaves 1951
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Snow's Nursery 1952
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Talley 1951-1952
  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. v. Wood 1951

Box 124:

  • Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. cases against C. Tunstall, William L. Moore, Harold Roberts, W. E. Bray, J. Smith Mawyer, Robert W. Richardson, Bernard O. Bishop, Jr., Elizabeth W. Clark, Effie Maupin, Otto Beninghone, William H. Breeden, Harry H. Pace, Alvis C. Haney, Louise C. Key, Ernest Donovan, Louis F. Lively, Nancy Cleary, Charles L. Woodson, S. A. Lewis, and Carter Martin 1949-1950
  • Walker v. Jackson 1950
  • Walker v. Graves 1951-1952
  • Walker v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1952
  • Waller v. New Culpepper Mills, Inc. 1950
  • Walton v. Laird and Co. 1951
  • Warren v. Hoffman 1951
  • Watson v. Sears Roebuck and Co. 1951
  • Watson v. Watson 1952
  • Earl Weaver 1950
  • Weaver v. Saunders Electric Co. 1951
  • Weaver v. Short 1952
  • Williams v. Barlow 1951-1952
  • Willis v. Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Co. 1951-1952
  • Wood v. Kostoff 1950
  • Wood v. Gibson 1950-1951
  • Woodman v. Wilkerson 1950
  • Woodson v. Higginbotham 1950

Box 125:

  • Notes re federal procedure and certain cases 1935-1941
  • Legal notes and certificate of exceptions 1939-1942
  • Legal notes especially re Rives estate, Brisco estate, and insurance business 1930's-1940's
  • Legal notes, court proceedings 1940-1943
  • Looseleaf notebook re lumber account; rules of procedure c. 1941
  • Forms of instructions especially re auto accidents 1930's
  • California jury instructions 1940

Box 126:

  • Deeds 1885-1899; [5 folders]

Box 127:

  • Deeds 1919-1929; [6 folders]

Box 128:

  • Abstracts of Title 1876-1889; [11 folders]

Box 129:

  • Forms, especially for titles and deeds c. 1890
  • Abstracts of Title 1890-1897; [8 folders]

Box 130:

  • Abstracts of Title 1898-1905; [7 folders]

Box 131:

  • Abstracts of Title 1906-1917; [12 folders]
  • Notes on deeds, from title searches 1907-1917

Box 132:

  • Abstracts of Title 1918-1920
  • Abstract to title of Monticello, Jefferson M. Levy, owner 1920
  • Abstracts of Title 1921-1922; [2 folders]
  • Abstracts of Title--rough drafts 1922-1923
  • Abstracts of Title 1923; [2 folders]
  • Old abstracts--notes 1923-1924
  • Abstracts of Title 1924-1928; [5 folders]
  • Locations of abstracts of title 1910-1920's
  • Abstracts of Title 1932, 1936; [2 folders]

Box 133:

  • Hardesty v. Ficklin 1873-1881; [2 folders]
  • Christian v. Rose 1882
  • Buskirk v. Ferrell 1888
  • L. Hensley account 1889-1890
  • Lyon patents 1891
  • W. C. Sturgill settlement 1891
  • French v. Trigg 1891-1892
  • Read v. Dingess 1892
  • Morris brief 1894
  • King v. Blankenship 1894
  • Mora v. Page re Kountze estate 1895
  • King v. Doolittle 1897
  • Kentucky v. Lawson 1898
  • Mace P. Hall estate 1903-1904
  • Hudson v. Richards 1905

Box 134:

  • Thomas J. Coles 1902-1907
  • Temple v. King Lumber Co. 1905-1907
  • Walker v. Burgess 1908
  • R.T.W. Duke, Jr. tax receipts 1909
  • Carter Page estate 1909
  • Goodloe estate 1910
  • Carr v. Ballard 1910
  • Horner and Co. v. Hult and Co. 1910
  • Payne insurance policy 1910-1911
  • Longfield v. Longfield c. 1916
  • Naturalization certificates 1909-1917
  • M. R. Flynn account 1919
  • Boling v. Western Assurance Co. 1925
  • Davis and Dawson notice of motion 1925
  • Huttig Mfg. Co. v. Boyle-Robertson Construction Co. 1928
  • Timberlake v. Marshall 1928
  • Hyde-Murphy Co. v. Boyle-Robertson Construction Co. 1928
  • Ellis P. Arthur insurance policy 1929
  • B. E. Wheeler and R. L. Thomas 1930
  • Wills 1894-1925

Box 135:

  • Pike County Coal Co. 1889-1910
  • Tug River Coal and Coke Co. 1889-1902
  • Breathitt Coal Co. v. Train 1889
  • Elkhorn Coal and Coke Co. c. 1890
  • Ohio and Big Sandy Coal co. 1890-1897; [3 folders]
  • Kentucky Coal Co. 1895-1911; [2 folders]
  • Blackberry Coal Co. 1902 Logan County Coal and Coke Co. 1902
  • Pigeon Creek Coal and Coke Co. 1902
  • Wolf Creek Coal Co. 1902
  • Crockett's Cove Coal and Iron Co. 1921-1928

Box 136:

  • Duke account with Kountze Bros. 1888-1894
  • Breathitt Coal Co. c. 1889
  • E. Gaujot account 1889-1895
  • Companies' documents re mineral rights 1889-1896
  • Sandy River coal field 1890
  • Dumas v. DeHue; LaCoutre v. Randall; Randall v. Dressler 1891
  • Land for West Virginia School Fund 1891
  • Logan County, W. Va estate 1891-1894
  • Tug Mountain coal property 1894
  • Coal land acquisition 1894-1903
  • C. L. Gaujot letter re coal property 1896-1900
  • Pinkerton letter for Ashbridge 1899
  • Duke for coal trustees 1900-1902
  • Coal company proxies 1912

Box 137:

  • Miscellaneous legal documents c. 1800-1870's; [7 folders]

Box 138:

  • Miscellaneous legal documents, especially searches and notes 1870-1920
  • Miscellaneous legal documents 1870's-1880's; [5 folders]

Box 139:

  • Miscellaneous legal documents 1880's-1890's; [6 folders]

Box 140:

  • Miscellaneous legal documents 1890's-1920's; [7 folders]

Box 141:

  • Miscellaneous legal documents 1910's-1930's; [6 folders]

Box 142:

  • Miscellaneous legal documents 1920-1930; [7 folders]

Box 143:

  • Miscellaneous legal documents 1939-1960; [4 folders]
  • Undate fragments of documents [c. 1870-1920]; [3 folders]
  • Miscellaneous instructions to jury 1950-1953

Box 144:

  • Lawyer's Annotated Notes: legal definitions and citations compiled by RTWD 1897-1900
  • Scrapbook: reports of cases, especially from the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia 1892-1895
  • Negligence law scrapbook c. 1930's

Box 145:

  • Forms for legal documents 1920's-1930's
  • "Abstract book:" copies of titles with indexes for 1928 and 1953 1921-1928, 1953

Box 146:

  • Bills, receipts, notes 1900-1928
  • Statements re Jefferson M. Levy Account 1922-1923
  • Incoming correspondence re loan accounts--F-L 1922
  • Accounts payable ledger-- A-E 1922-1925; [2 folders]
  • Ledger sheet samples 1927
  • Accounts receivable 1930-1939; [5 folders]

Box 147:

  • Bills 1912
  • Bills, accounts, etc. 1919-1931
  • Bills, especially for RTWD, Jr. 1923-1930's
  • Miscellaneous office bills, receipts, cash book notations 1923-1928
  • Paid bills--A-Z 1925; [2 folders]
  • "To be answered"--unopened bills and correspondence 1925-1930
  • Bills 1927-1928; 1931; [2 folders]

Box 148:

  • Miscellaneous unopened bills 1931-1950; [4 folders]
  • Bank statements 1916-1917
  • Checks, deposit slips, vouchers, etc. 1926
  • WED--Lawyer's time sheets 1927
  • Tally slips 1941
  • Western Union bills and receipts 1930-1932
  • Telephone and telegraph bills 1947-1950

Box 149:

  • Alphabetical bond files--A-Z 1915-1932; [2 folders]
  • Bond for C.C. VanEmon 1928
  • Bonds and investment records 1929-1930
  • Paid bonds 1929-1940; [2 folders]
  • Miscellaneous bonds and investment records 1920-1940; [2 folders]

Box 150:

  • Collection records 1914-1917; [4 folders]
  • Applications for loans c. 1922
  • Naille loan 1927
  • Loan notebook 1920-1929 Collateral for loans 1930
  • Forms for letters c. 1920's-1930's
  • Roberta Lewis loan 1950 
  • Rent accounts, especially Yuter 1919-1936
  • Rent accounts 1932

Box 151:

  • Financial records for Kountze Bros. 1910-1934; [13 folders]

Box 152:

  • Note register 1922-1929
  • Notes renewed 1925
  • Notes paid in full 1924-1936

Box 153:

  • Notes paid 1927-1940
  • RTWD individual receipts 1872-1886
  • Receipts 1898, 1911, 1913, 1923-1925; [4 folders]

Box: 154:

  • Tax statement as of RTWD, Jr.'s death (8 March 1926) 1926-1934
  • Income tax returns 1921-1922 Income returns for taxes purposes 1924 Income tax returns 1928-1929
  • Miscellaneous notes and form re tax returns 1923-1928
  • Taxes miscellaneous 1920's
  • Fiduciary tax returns 1936-1953; [2 folders]
  • Forms for U.S. Commissioner's fees 1922-1924

Box 155:

  • Financial records re divorce cases 1873-1912
  • Financial records re estate settlements 1880's-1930's; [4 folders]
  • Vouchers for Updike v. Johnson 1886-1897
  • Notices of public sales of estates 1897-1940
  • Estate accounts 1925-1936; [3 folders]

Boxes 156-157:

  • Miscellaneous materials found loose in oversize financial records, primarily re insurance cases, but also re case work and personal matters 1870's-1950's

Box 158

Trustees Accounts Books:

 

  • Sandy River [Coal] Field 1890
  • Sandy River Coal Field 1890-1894
  • Miscellaneous coal business 1888-1890
  • Southeastern Kentucky coal land business 1890-1892
  • Catlettsburg National Bank 1890; 2 vols.
  • Luther Kountze re coal land 1888-1889
  • National Bank and Trust Co. (Mary Duke) 1946
  • Bank of Albemarle re Wingfield v. Wingfield 1904
  • People's National Bank re Peyton v. Gilbert 1898-1899
  • People's National Bank re E.D. Sampsone estate 1884-1885
  • William P. Farish estate 1881-1908
  • Indexes for Kentucky coal land abstracts 1889-1890
  • Kentucky Coal Co. minutes 1903-1923
  • Miscellaneous estate accounts 1872-1899; 2 vols.
  • Carry R. Randolph estate 1885-1904
  • M. Andre Burthe estate 1929-1931; 2 vols.
  • Frederick G. Rust estate account 1896-1918

Box 159:

  • Account books for Duke and Duke 1881-1919; 10 vols.
  • Daily account of receipts, with some notations re recent judgements 1898
  • Notes re loan and estate accounts c. 1924
  • Laon account book 1922-1923
  • "Bills payable" 1925-1931
  • Notebook of WRD containing parts of a ledger and records of contracts 1888-1889 Mileage register of WED 1947
  • Notes re trust funds and bonds (Mary Duke) c. 1919-1927

Box 160:

  • Personal cash book for Mary Duke 1939-1941
  • Petty cash ledger n.d.
  • Register of fee accounts with some notes re case materials, especially Low v. Holt 1944
  • Minutes of University Motors stockholders' meetings 1933-193

Box 161:

  • Index to claims and collection cases 1925-1939
  • Collection docket with notes 1929-1932
  • Case docket, includes "office judgments" 1867-1874
  • Case dockets re suits for debt 1865-1875
  • Account book for Duke rental property 1903-1911
  • Ledger for Clermont Hotel 1923-1930

Box 162:

  • Suit and collection record with names of witnesses, authorities and notes 1901-1910 Collection dockets 1878-1891; 2 vols.
  • Accounts for George Shackelford 1872-1873
  • Ledger for Big Bill Bottling Co. 1926-1928

Box 163:

  • Ledger for Edith and RTWD, Jr. estates 1926-1939
  • Ledger for insurance and bonds for Duke family members 1907-1917
  • Collection docket, fee accounts arranged by case 1893-1898
  • Ledger for Duke and Duke fee accounts 1946-1948

Box 164:

  • Ledger for estate accounts arranged by client name 1926-1928
  • Fee book and cash accounts 1875-1879
  • Account book 1939-1941 Insurance companies' instructions and forms 1920's-1930's

Box 165:

  • Loan accounts ledgers arranged by client names 1922-1932; 2 vols.
  • Bond registers 1909-1924; 2 vols.

Box 166:

  • Ledger re stock purchases and paid dividends arranged by client 1890-1897
  • Ledger for estate accounts and bond records, includes Miller Board records 1903-1917
  • Register of insurance policies arranged by client 1924-1927

Box 167:

  • Fee book for Duke and Jones (1871) and ledger for estate and fee accounts 1870-1874
  • Ledger for fee accounts, commissioner's fee, and expense accounts 1880-1897
  • Fee accounts arranged by client; expense accounts arranged by years 1895-1908

Box 168:

  • Desk diaries for WED 1928-1953; 10 vols.
  • Wall calendar with notations 1953

Box 169:

  • Office memoranda: daily notes prepared for WED 1947-1953; [7 folders]

Box 170:

  • Advertisements 1930's-1940's; [2 folders]
  • Albemarle County Road Matters 1916-1920
  • American Law Book Co. 1934
  • Armstrong Knitting Co. 1901
  • Attorney's Case Dockets c. 1922-1925; [2 folders]
  • Authorities c. 1923
  • B 1922-1953; [3 folders]
  • Ba 1947 Be 1943
  • Bi 1933 and n.d. Boiling Springs Property Sale 1880-1882
  • Channing M. Bolton and Albemarle Telephone Co. 1898-1902
  • William H. Bowcock, Knights of Honor 1870-1920
  • Fannie A. Brisco estate 1924-1934
  • E. B. Brown 1900
  • John E. Buck 1925
  • Harry F. Byrd 1933-1935, 1940

Box 171:

  • Miscellaneous Correspondence C 1924-1950, 1953 (2 folders)
  • Correspondence to Caldwell & Chaney of Roanoke, VA 1923
  • George H. Carey 1925-1931
  • W. F. Carter Estate 1926-1953
  • Catalogues - [correspondence soliciting catalogues] 1927
  • Clients [miscellaneous unfiled correspondence] 1940's
  • Cogswell and Co. vouchers 1895-1901
  • Bernard Coles 1928-1929
  • Edward Coles 1874
  • Lawyers Collection Docket (1922-1926), case docket (1923, 1925), deeds, decree. Also Report of The President of the Law School Association and of the Library Committee, March 15, 1941.  
  • Commercial Clearing House, Court Decisions Reporting Service1929
  • Corporation forms -  c. 1920's-1930's
  • Court papers and miscellaneous corresponce - [Walter Brown v. Lucille Johnson Brown divorce; A. D. Glass; Bankruptcy Petition  of Victor B. Holler (Aug. 1927);USA v. Ella C. Chichester and others (undated); correspondence with the Department of Justice and the Virginia Department of Taxation about clients 1927-1928
  • A. D. Cox 1897-1898
  • Moses Crawford 1949
  • W. E. Crenshaw 1925-1943
  • Current Legal Thought 1937
  • Dailey & Company - correspondence 1932
  • Dairy Bar Lease - B. W. Anderson 1938-1944                                                                                                                                                                                              
  • A. H. Davin 1924-1942
  • Deeds notes on Abram Wayland and Susie W. Rowe (1905); Annie B. White (1905-1910); C. W. Allen to John E. Lowe (1912) and others
  • Division of Statutory Research and Drafting - correspondence with William R. Shands (Director) 1931-1937
  • RTW Duke, Jr. "important papers" - miscellaneous notes, receipts, accounts1905-1906
  • Dorothy S. Dulin 1946-1951
  • Dorothy Earp loan account 1934
  • Edgehill property sale--correspondence, broadside, vouchers 1877-1878

Box 172:

  • E 1930-1952; [3 folders]
  • Ediphone 1929-1943
  • Ejectment--notes 1953-1954
  • Thomas W. Ellett 1926
  • Ended matters 1922-1924
  • F 1931-1946, 1952
  • F 1931-1946, 1952
  • Falconer 1946
  • Federal clerk's office 1924 Federal Gas, Oil and Coal Co. 1946
  • Forms 1920's-1940's; [2 folders]
  • Friday 1927-1929
  • Garrison-Via land matter 1934, 1938
  • C. E. Gentry 1921-1928; [5 folders]
  • Henry Gibbs 1923-1924
  • Go 1930-1941
  • L. W. Graves, Jr. 1930-1934

Box 173:

  • G 1920-1943; [2 folders]
  • T. Irving Hadden 1930-1931
  • Hagood v. Hagood [1924]
  • Hancock v. Morse n.d.
  • Oskar J. W. Hansen 1936-1937
  • W. A. Harris 1919-1924
  • He 1933-1938
  • Hi 1930-1938
  • Huckstep and Burnett 1927
  • Hu 1930-1940
  • H 1950
  • I 1953
  • Kardex divisions 1929
  • K 1953
  • Lafferty Farm 1936-1944
  • Laird and Co. 1947
  • W. A. Lambeth 1924
  • Land transactions 1928
  • Larkin Company 1923
  • Belle D. Layne 1903-1920's
  • Ledgers, forms 1920's
  • Wayne F. Lee 1923
  • Legal Clearance Corporation [?] 1952
  • Legal form notebook 1951-1953; [3 folders]

Box 174:

  • Legal notes c. 1931, 1947-1948; [3 folders]
  • Letterheads 1940's-1950's
  • Letters not sent 1933, 1948
  • Letters to sign, examine 1932
  • Jefferson M. Levy 1923
  • Lineweaver Motor Co. 1922-1923
  • Li 1930-1940
  • Loan accounts 1930-1931
  • Lockwood Mfg. Co. 1923
  • Loose office correspondence 1937
  • Mary Lupton Estate 1930
  • Susan Lupton Estate 1917-1919
  • L, miscellaneous 1923-1942; [2 folders]
  • James U. McClammer 1948
  • H. R. McIlwaine 1923-1926
  • Marion McKay 1924
  • L. W. McVeigh 1923
  • John L. Manahan 1923
  • Manhattan Stationary Co. 1927-1930
  • J. L. Miller n.d.
  • S. C. Miller 1923
  • William Miller 1922
  • Miscellaneous correspondence re cases 1910-1928
  • Miscellaneous correspondence and documents c. 1883-1925

Box 175:

  • Mi 1930-1938
  • Bessie Lee Morris, re Bettie S. Brent 1920-1924
  • Mountain Land 1933-1934
  • William B. Murphy 1923
  • M 1923-1924; [2 folders]
  • National Credit Corporation 1925-1926
  • National Savings and Trust Co. 1923
  • Wilbur A. Nelson 1930-1935
  • Nichols and Hargrave 1923
  • Noland Co. 1923
  • Notary public commission 1946-1951
  • Notes 1923
  • Notes re cases 1930's-1940's
  • Notes and exams on constitutional law and federal procedure c. 1910-1925, n.d.
  • Miscellaneous handwritten notes, fragments of documents, etc. 1920's and 1940's; [2 folders]
  • Nuchapep, Inc. 1924-1928
  • N 1923, 1930-1931; [2 folders]
  • Office equipment ads 1925-1926

Box 176:

  • Office records, loan accounts, etc. n.d.
  • Office supplies 1950-1953
  • "Old mail" 1928-1929
  • Outgoing letters 1938-1940 copies
  • Albert P. Owsley 1923
  • O 1923
  • Passports 1920's
  • Pending claims 1922-1925; [2 folders]
  • Pending file 1927-1928
  • "Pending--Mr. Duke's matter" 1931-1938
  • Pending work 1927
  • H. P. Porter 1931, 1944-1945; [2 folders]
  • Ramsey Probasco 1922-1924
  • Process--extraordinary writs 1923
  • Proofs 1912
  • Public Service Corp., County of Albemarle 1916
  • P 1952
  • Questionnaires c. 1936
  • Q 1930
  • J. H. Reid 1923-1926

Box 177:

  • Retail Credit Company 1928
  • Ringbook notes, letters for signature 1949
  • J. M. Rothwell 1952
  • Rough drafts of briefs, notes 1930's
  • R 1952
  • A. J. Smith and E. O. Smith 1898
  • R. W. Stewman 1923
  • S. W. Stover Estate 1871-1874
  • S 1950's
  • Tax forms 1930's-1940's
  • Tax returns, bonds, conveyancing 1926-1945
  • "To file" 1927-1928
  • "Unfiled" 1920-1931

Box 178:

  • United States Bond and Mortgage Co. 1915
  • U.S. Navy Supply bids re timber 1942
  • University Cafe 1927-1928
  • V 1950's
  • Marion Wiatt 1921-1925
  • I. B. Wenger, Jr. 1923-1925
  • B. E. Wheeler 1922-1930
  • The White System Co. 1923
  • Carroll M. Wood and Ada M. Wood 1922-1923
  • Matilda Woods 1924-1926
  • Woodson and Woodson 1923
  • John Zellars Account 1936-1953
  • W, X, Y, Z 1954
  • Undated Business Correspondence [1870-1920]

Boxes 179-182:

  • Unfiled papers, including correspondence re cases and other business matters, documents, bills (many unopened), etc. Most of the personal papers were found with these materials and were culled. When case materials were recognized, they were interfiled in the proper place. 1880's-1950's  [32 folders]

Box 183:

  • Accident material, unidentified n.d.
  • Allstate 1943-1952
  • Allstate subrogation claims 1949
  • American Surety Company 1922-1937; [3 folders]
  • Henry Erving Batcheller 1923
  • Hubert R. Brown, American and Canadian Insurance counsel 1931
  • W. F. Carter, Jr. 1923-1927
  • Commercial Casualty Insurance Co. 1927-1932; [3 folders]
  • Consolidated Indemnity and Insurance Co. 1929
  • Constitution Indemnity Co. 1932
  • Continental Casualty and Insurance Co. 1924-1954 [3 folders]
  • Employers of Wassau 1935-1937
  • Government Employees Insurance Company 1939 Great American Insurance Company 1924
  • Hartford Accident and Insurance Company 1939 Illinois Manufacturers' Mutual Casualty Association 1933
  • Imperial Accident Assurance Company 1929
  • Independent Indemnity Company 1923-1924

Box 184:

  • Insurance Bar Decisions 1936-1943
  • Insurance Claim Journal 1930
  • Insurance Company Business 1925-1930
  • Insurance Forms, especially for workmen's compensation cases 1930's-1940's
    [4 folders]
  • Insurance pamphlets, advertisements c. 1923
  • Insurance receipts 1922
  • Keystone Automobile Club Casualty Company 1946-1954
  • Marsh and McLennan, Inc. 1937
  • Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Company 1930-1931 Mutual Plate Glass Insurance Company 1930
  • New Amsterdam Casualty Group 1923
  • Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation, Ltd. 1923
  • Pacific Fire Insurance Company 1932
  • Preferred Accident Insurance Company 1929-1941; [3 folders]
  • Prudential Insurance Company of America 1936-1939
  • Railway Employees Insurance 1939
  • St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company 1925
  • Shelby Mutual Plate Glass and Casualty Company 1931
  • Underwriters Casualty Company 1930
  • Zurich Insurance Company 1930's; [7 folders]

Oversize 15:

  • Insurance register for Germania Fire Insurance Company 1901-1923

Oversize 16:

  • Insurance ledger for City of New York Insurance Company 1914-1921

Oversize 17:

  • Workmen's compensation forms arranged by company 1944-1950

Oversize 18-21:

  • Insurance registers for Camden Fire Insurance Association, National Fire Insurance Company, New York Underwriters' Agency, and Rochester German Insurance Company 1902-1924

Box 186:

  • William F. Carter Bankruptcy 1919-1922
  • Insurance Agency of Charlottesville 1924-1930, 1944
  • Alliance Insurance Company-St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company 1923 [26 folders]

Box 187:

  • Chevrolet Motor Company -  J miscellaneous 1923; [39 folders]

Box 188:

  • W. J. Perry Corporation - Dr. W. G. Wiatt 1923; [34 folders]

Box 189:

  • H. D. Weade - N-Z miscellaneous 1923; [7 folders]
  • Miscellaneous bills, insurance business correspondence 1923 [4 folders]
  • Accident Insurance- A miscellaneous 1924; [10 folders]

Box 190:

  • Bale-Snedeker Company- F Miscellaneous 1924; [43 folders]

Box 191:

  • Thomas Gemmell, Inc .- J miscellaneous 1924; [27 folders]

Box 192:

  • Mrs. L.W. Kirby- O miscellaneous 1924; [27 folders]

Box 193:

  • E. B. Parrott - R miscellaneous 1924; [21 folders]

Box 194:

  • St. Louis Sticker Company - W miscellaneous 1924; [32 folders]

Box 195:

  • Laura E. Yardley - Casualty Insurance 1924; [2 folders]
  • Y miscellaneous 1924
  •  J. B. Alexander - B miscellaneous 1925 [31 folders]

Box 196:

  • Calendars - F miscellaneous 1925; [47 folders]

Box 197:

  • Gladys Garth - J miscellaneous 1925; [42 folders]

Box 198:

  • W. W. Keenan - M miscellaneous 1925; [43 folders]

Box 199:

  • National Bank of Charlottesville - W. J. Perry Corporation 1925; [18 folders]

Box 200:

  • Phoenix Insurance Company - S miscellaneous 1925; [54 folders]

Box 201:

  • B. F. Tabb - W miscellaneous 1925; [35 folders]

Box 202:

  • Albemarle Telephone Company - Scott Coleman 1926; [41 folders]

Box 203:

  • Commerce Insurance Company - Thomas Gemmell Company 1926; [46 folders]

Box 204:

  • James B. Gibson - R. T. Minor, Jr. 1926 [45 folders]

Box 205:

  • Miscellaneous - W. J. Perry Corporation 1926; [21 folders]

Box 206:

  • W. J. Perry Corporation - St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company 1926; [24 folders]

Box 207:

  • Elsie May Smith - Charles Zehab 1926; [37 folders]

Box 208:

  • Advertisement - General Accident Assurance Company 1927; [34 folders]

Box 209:

  • S. M. Gould - Ocean Accident Guarantee Corporation Ltd. 1927; [26 folders]

Box 210:

  • O miscellaneous - Virginia Building and Loan Association Inc. 1927; [35 folders]

Box 211:

  • Virginia Inspection and Rating Bureau - Z miscellaneous 1927; [12 folders]

Box 212:

  • Insurance Policies for The Associated Companies, Carolina Insurance, Dixie Fire Insurance, Fireman's Fund Insurance, Globe and Rutgers Fire Insurance, Great American Insurance, Hartford Fire Insurance, and Imperial Assurance 1923-1927 [11 folders]

Box 213:

  • Insurance Policies for the Liverpool and London and Globe, Maryland Casualty, New Hampshire Fire Insurance, Rhode Island Insurance, Ocean Accident and Guarantee, the Phoenix Insurance, Royal Insurance, and St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance 1923-1927
    [13 folders]

Box 214:

  • Insurance Policies for Miscellaneous Companies 1924-1926; [10 folders]

Box 215:

  • Insurance Reports for the Carolina Insurance Company, Dixie Fire Insurance, and Globe Underwriters Agency 1923-1927 [6 folders]

Box 216:

  • Insurance Reports for Imperial Assurance, and Maryland Casualty 1923-1927 [7 folders]

Box 217:

  • Insurance Reports for Phoenix Insurance, Ocean Accident and Guarantee, Great American Insurance, St. Paul Fire and Marine, and others 1923-1927; [10 folders]

Oversize 22:

  • Register of insurance policies arranged by companies 1925-1927

Oversize 23:

  • Insurance register, J. R. Gillis, agent 1921-1923

Oversize 24:

  • Insurance register , Granite State Fire Insurance Company, Henry Rubin Insurance Agency 1925

Oversize 25:

  • Insurance Ledger-Journal 1926-1927

Box 218:

  • Alexander and Mill Property 1926
  • Chancellor Lot 1922-1946; [10 folders]
  • Charlottesville School District land 1863-1892
  • Clermont Hotel/Jefferson Hotel Property and miscellaneous bills 1925-1940; [3 folders]

Box 219:

  • Coal companies bank receipts 1888-1891
  • Coal companies: Ceredo Land Association 1889
  • Coal companies: Crockett's Cove Coal and Iron Company 1912-1923 Coal companies: First National Bank of Lynchburg 1890 Coal companies: Kentucky Coal Company 1891-1935 [11 folders]

Box 220:

  • Coal companies: Kycoga Land Company 1935-1953
  • Coal companies: Ohio and Big Sandy Coal Company 1890-1901; [16 folders]

Box 221:

  • Coal companies: Ohio and Big Sandy Coal Company 1890-1901; [16 folders]
  • Coal companies: Pike County Coal Company 1889-1924; [13 folders]

Box 222:

  • Coal companies: Pike County Coal Company 1889-1924 [13 folders]
  • Coal companies: United Thacker Coal Company 1925-1941
  • Country Club property 1921, 1939-1940; [2 folders]
  • Court Square Building 1929-1955; [2 folders]
  • Edith R. Duke Estate 1920's
  • ERD Will and Statements from Kountze Brothers 1921
  • Jack F. S. Duke Bank Statements and Checks 1923-1924
  • JFSD Estate 1933-1946
  • Kathleen H. Duke Estate 1930; 1947 [2 folders]
  • R.T.W. Duke Estate 1898-1899
  • R.T.W. Duke, Jr. Tax Receipts, Stocks 1889-1894

Box 223:

  • RTWD, Jr. Estate 1915-1937; [10 folders]
  • R.T.W. Duke III v. Duke's Executors: Financial Records 1938
  • RTWD III Correspondence with siblings re estate 1929-1938; 1942

Box 224:

  • RTWD III: Hinds Shoe Company 1913 [2 folders]
  • Mary Duke Financial Records 1926-1952; [6 folders]
  • William E. and Lucy Lee Duke Bank Business 1927-1930 WED Financial Records 1921-1954; [7 folders]

Box 225:

  • WED Financial Records 1921-1954; [7 folders]
  • WED Home File 1950-1952
  • WED Personal Insurance 1925-1954; [5 folders]
  • WED Correspondence with Montgomery Ward 1929
  • WED Notes (paid) 1948-1950; [2 folders]

Box 226:

  • WED: Palace Garage (receipts) 1923
  • WED Personal receipts 1923-1944 WED Miscellaneous personal records 1925-1928; [2 folders]
  • WED Taxes 1924-1952; [7 folders]
  • WED Construction of Thomson Road House 1919 [1923-1927]-1940's; [6 folders]
  • WED Telephone Bills 1953-1954
  • WED Trust Fund 1930-1931 WED Utilities 1946-1954
  • WED Virginia Telephone and Telegraph Company Bills 1940's
  • Duke Family loans, trusts, forms 1934-1950
  • Federal Apartments 1927-1945 [2 folders]
  • First National Bank of Lynchburg 1925-1928
  • Meadow Creek Property 1930-1930; [19 folders]

Box 228:

  • Meadow Creek Property 1930-1930; [19 folders]
  • Miscellaneous maps and plats 1900-1950
  • Monticello Wine Company 1915
  • Rosalie Slaughter Morton Financial Papers 1918-1926; [4 folders]

Box 229:

  • Park Street Property 1937-1950's; [2 folders]
  • Slaughter Estates 1887-1952 [10 folders]
  • Timberlake Property 1930

Box 230:

  • American Arbitration Association 1929-1940; [2 folders]
  • American Arbitration Society 1941
  • American Bar Association 1933-1938; [2 folders]
  • American Legion 1920-1921; [2 folders]
  • Army and Navy Club 1933 Baptists [re wills] 1947
  • Charlottesville Bar Association c. 1923
  • Democratic Party 1921, 1928; [2 folders]
  • Gallop Poll 1944-1945
  • International Association of Insurance Counsel 1932; [4 folders]

Box 231:

  • International Association of Insurance Counsel 1932; [4 folders]
  • Library Correspondence 1934
  • Masons (RTWD, Jr. and WED) 1900-1920, 1935-1936; [2 folders]
  • Officers' Reserve Corps Bulletins c. 1930's
  • Phi Epsilon Pi 1907-1912, 1924; [2 folders]
  • Salvation Army 1920's
  • St. Paul's Church and Church Fund 1906-1910
  • School Statistics, Charlottesville area 1915
  • Sigma Nu fraternity 1936
  • University Athletic Association 1927, 1929
  • University of Virginia Alumni Bulletin 1901
  • University of Virginia Alumni Fund 1941
  • University of Virginia Development Fund 1947
  • Virginia Athletic Association 1920's
  • Virginia Bar Association 1926
  • YMCA, University of Virginia 1924-1925
  • Miscellaneous civic organizations 1910, 1922

Box 232:

  • 1824 Almanac and other printed matter 1824-1908
  • Transcriptions of letters from James Monroe to Egbert Watson 1829-1831
  • Insurance Policy for the Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia 1855
  • Insurance Policy for the Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia 1855
  • Documents, re Civil War 1860-1920's
  • R.T.W. Duke's copy of the Congressional Directoryfor the 43rd Congress 1872
  • Reuben Harlow's Mexican War documents 1887
  • William R. Duke's copy of the Journal of the Virginia House of Delegates 1901
  • Miscellaneous material found in letterpress books 1900-1909
  • Miscellaneous printed material 1900-1920's
  • Miscellaneous family memorabilia 1907, n.d.
  • WED's Spanish language exercise book and maps of France 1910-1930's
  • Biographical dictionary entry for Duke and Duke 1924
  • Missionary materials from Rev. H.G.C. Hallock in Shanghai, China 1929
  • Newspapers files under "French" 1929
  • "Meadow Creek"--Christmas program c. 1929
  • Duke family history 1930's
  • "The Recollections of Richard Thomas Walker Duke, Jr."  Transcribed by Gayle M. Schulman for the Albemarle County Historical Society, 2001.

 

Oversize 1:

  • Jefferson Hotel Register 1930-1931

Oversize 2:

  • Accounts for an orchard business 1924

Oversize 3:

  • Ledger for Armstrong Knitting Co. 1896-1899

Oversize 4:

  • Check and loan account register for Duke, Duke and Gentry 1922-1926

Oversize 5:

  • Cash book for Duke, Duke and Gentry 1922-1925

Oversize 6:

  • "Cash book"/ledger 1923-1924

Oversize 7:

  • Ledger--F-Z 1925

Oversize 8:

  • Fee accounts 1888-1895

Oversize 9:

  • "Day book and journal," fee account book and ledger 1909-1918

Oversize 10:

  • "Trial balance" ledger 1919-1928

Oversize 11:

  • Collection docket and court record 1878-1896

Oversize 12:

  • Bond register for American Surety Co. 1912-1921

Oversize 13:

  • Deposits record for RTWD, Jr. 1922-1927
  • "Day book" and loan accounts 1918-1923


Photographs:

  • Portrait of R.T.W., William R., and R.T.W. Duke, Jr. [1880's?] Photo Collection
  • Copy of photograph of RTWD, Jr. n.d. Photo Collection
  • [R.T. Walker Duke III?] in Army uniform c. WWI Photo Collection
  • RTWD, Jr.'s house at 616 Park Street in Charlottesville; Christmas tree inside the house n.d. Photo Collection
  • Lucy Marshall Duke, daughter of William E. Duke, on lawn with dog [1945] Photo Collection
  • Claude Lee's children [Lucy Lee became WED's wife] n.d. Photo Collection
  • Formal portrait of John F. Slaughter, Jr., relative [father? cousin?] of Edith R. Duke n.d. Photo Collection
  • Unidentified Duke family photos and negatives n.d. Photo Collection
  • Portrait of Micajah Woods 1879 Photo Collection

 

 

 

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