From tea gown to tee shirt [manuscript] : or what every little girl said to her mother "what was it like when you were growing up?"; 1883-1992.

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From tea gown to tee shirt [manuscript] : or what every little girl said to her mother "what was it like when you were growing up?"; 1883-1992.

The scrapbooks, previously subtitled "Scrapbook of a lady of the twentieth century," contain photographs, newsclippings, letters, memoranda, brochures, and memorabilia of Mrs. Craw's family and civic activities in Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Va. Civic topics include the League of Women Voters, Planned Parenthood, the Board of Martha Jefferson Hospital, the Civic League of Charlottesville and Albemarle, S[top] A[nnexation] F[or]E[ver]. the Piedmont Environmental Council, Charlottesville City Council, Albemarle County Board of Supervisors, the Ivy Creek Natural Area, Martha Jefferson House, the University of Virginia Health Sciences Cener, and the White Burkett Miller Center. Family topics include Bryn Mawr; the 19th pursuit squadron; Demas "Nick" Craw's mission to French Morocco, death in World War II and posthumous award of the Congressional Medal of Honor; and Smith and Wesson. Among the correspondents are Major Peter M. Hamilton, Edwin P. Lehman, J. Harry Michael, Jr., J. Kenneth Robinson, William B. Spong, Jr., and Kathryn H. Stone,

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Planned Parenthood of Central Virginia.

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Craw, Mary Victoria Wesson.

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University of Virginia Health Sciences Center

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Lehman, Edwin P. (Edwin Partridge), 1888-1954

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Stone, Kathryn H. (Kathryn Haeseler), 1906-1995

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Michael, J. Harry (James Harry), 1918-2005

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Charlottesville-Albemarle Community Foundation

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Hamilton, Peter M.,

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White Burkett Miller Center

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Smith & Wesson

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