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Research Files Compiled by John Cook Wyllie [manuscript] 1777-1967.

Wyllie, John Cook; Adair, Douglass; Hemings, Madison
Format
Manuscript/Archive
Language
English
Variant Title
John Cook Wyllie research files
Related Title
Pike County Republican.
Finding Aid Note
A detailed, annotated list of items is available.
Summary
Wyllie's research material contains copies of original material, articles, and his own notes and articles.
Topics include bibliographical matters pertaining to Kit Carson, Joseph Conrad, English Renaissance texts; watermarks in writing paper used by Thomas Jefferson; the Hemings family; the Revolutionary press in Charlottesville; Jefferson and Virginia property and Jefferson book ownership.
Research on the Hemings family includes an extract from the Virginia "Recorder" 1801 September 2 containing James Callender's accusation; a copy of the autobiography of Madison Hemings from the Pike County "Republican" 1873 March 13; a mimeograph copy of Douglass Adair's "The Jefferson Scandals"; an obituary for Cornelia Durnley Garrett, former Albemarle County slave; and genealogical charts of Jefferson family slaves.
Research on the the Revolutionary press concerns the period when Charlottesville was the temporary seat of government for the state of Virginia, and contains information on and some copies of Charlottesville imprints by the firm of Dunlap & Hayes as well as a manuscript of Wyllie's "Charlottesville imprints."
Correspondents include James A. Bear, Jr., Matthew J. Bruccoli, Josiah Q. Bennett, and William R. Cagle.
Description
1000 items.
Cite as
John Cook Wyllie Research Files, 1965-1968, Accession #8880-n, Special Collections Dept., University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
Location of Original
Pike County Republican : from original in the Missouri Historical Society.
Biographical Note
University of Virginia Librarian.
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    a| Wyllie's research material contains copies of original material, articles, and his own notes and articles.
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    a| Topics include bibliographical matters pertaining to Kit Carson, Joseph Conrad, English Renaissance texts; watermarks in writing paper used by Thomas Jefferson; the Hemings family; the Revolutionary press in Charlottesville; Jefferson and Virginia property and Jefferson book ownership.
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    a| Research on the Hemings family includes an extract from the Virginia "Recorder" 1801 September 2 containing James Callender's accusation; a copy of the autobiography of Madison Hemings from the Pike County "Republican" 1873 March 13; a mimeograph copy of Douglass Adair's "The Jefferson Scandals"; an obituary for Cornelia Durnley Garrett, former Albemarle County slave; and genealogical charts of Jefferson family slaves.
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    a| Research on the the Revolutionary press concerns the period when Charlottesville was the temporary seat of government for the state of Virginia, and contains information on and some copies of Charlottesville imprints by the firm of Dunlap & Hayes as well as a manuscript of Wyllie's "Charlottesville imprints."
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    a| Correspondents include James A. Bear, Jr., Matthew J. Bruccoli, Josiah Q. Bennett, and William R. Cagle.
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    a| Carson, Kit, d| 1809-1868.
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    a| Conrad, Joseph, d| 1857-1924.
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    a| Garrett, Cornelia Durnley, d| 1853-1965.
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    a| Hemings, Sally.
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    a| Jefferson, Thomas, d| 1743-1826.
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    a| Jefferson, Thomas, d| 1743-1826 x| Relations with slaves.
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    a| Peters, De Witt C. q| (De Witt Clinton), d| -1876. t| Life and adventures of Kit Carson
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    a| Adair, Douglass. t| Jefferson scandals.
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    a| Bennett, Josiah Q., e| correspondent.
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    a| Bruccoli, Matthew Joseph, d| 1931-2008 e| correspondent.
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    a| Cagle, William R. q| (William Rea), e| correspondent.
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    a| Hemings, Madison, d| 1805- t| Life among the lowly.
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    a| Wyllie, John Cook, d| 1908-1968. t| Charlottesville imprints.
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