Clarke County, Va., ledger [manuscript], 1848, 1865, 1875-1880, 1915-1930.


Clarke County, Va., ledger [manuscript], 1848, 1865, 1875-1880, 1915-1930.

The journal contains entries for a general store in Clarke County, Va., possibly known as Lyons, or run by a man of that name. The volume was reused as a scrapbook, 1915-1930, and a handwriting exercise book. Lists of students at Oak Grove Academy [King George, County, Va.?], and accounts for James William Luke, 1875-1880, are entered on the final pages. Among the clippings ia a newspaper article describing a masquerade ball at Gunston Hall.

1 volume.


SNAC Resource ID: 7522448

University of Virginia. Library

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Gunston Hall (Fairfax County, Va.) (corporateBody)

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