Papers of George Scott Shackelford and Virginius Randolph Shackelford [manuscript], 1914-1926.

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Shackelford, George Scott, 1856-1917. Papers of George Scott Shackelford and Virginius Randolph Shackelford [manuscript], 1914-1926.

Papers of George Scott Shackelford and Virginius Randolph Shackelford [manuscript], 1914-1926.

Letters and printed articles of correspondence of Judge George S. Shackelford and his son Virginius Randolph Shackelford of Orange, concerning Virginia politics especially in Louisa and Orange Counties, Va., Federal appointments, Virginia legislation and legal matters, normal schools, highways, University of Virginia, Woodberry Forest, the Monticello Association, the Shenandoah Park Association, and business and legal matters. Correspondents include: Edwin A. Alderman, Edward C. Anderson, George Gordon Battle, Charles T. Bland, George Bryan, John Stewart Bryan, Thomas Pinckney Bryan, Julian A. Burruss, Harry F. Byrd, C.C. Carlin, Lewis D. Crenshaw, Westmoreland Davis, Nathaniel B. Early, H. D. Flood, Carter Glass, James Hay, John P. McConnell, William Hodges Mann, George W. Mapp, Thomas Martin, R. Walton Moore, Thomas Walker Page, Fred G. Pollard, James H. Price, A. Stuart Robertson, Edward R. Stettinius, Claude A. Swanson, William M. Thornton, Elbert Lee Trinkle, Stephen N. Watts, and Lewis C. Williams.

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