Papers of Robert Baylor Tunstall and Virginia Hunter Lyne Tunstall [manuscript], 1803-1972, bulk 1868-1972.


Papers of Robert Baylor Tunstall and Virginia Hunter Lyne Tunstall [manuscript], 1803-1972, bulk 1868-1972.

Papers of the Tunstalls contain correspondence, clippings, photographs, scrapbooks and memorabilia. Topics include the Chrysler Museum at Norfolk; the Pewter Platter Club; St. Paul's Church, Norfolk; trips abroad; the University of Virginia law class of 1902; the legal firm of Grimball and Tunstall; poetry; and Norfolk in 1796. Correspondents include men who replied to invitations for the Pewter Platter Club "Old Colony" dinners, 1910-1912.

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