Jones, Nancy Bondurant Papers, 1909-2011 (bulk 1991-2007) *JMU Papers*

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Repository: Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University

Title: Nancy Bondurant Jones Papers, 1909-2011 (bulk 1991-2007)

Collection No.: SC 0192
Creator: Jones, Nancy Bondurant

Extent: 19 boxes; 6.53 cubic feet

Language: English

Abstract: The Nancy Bondurant Jones Papers, 1909-2011 (bulk 1991-2007), document the career and personal life of local teacher and writer Nancy Bondurant Jones. The collection mainly consists of research subject files, newspapers and clippings, correspondence, ephemera, speeches, and business and organizational documents. Also included are responses and letters from JMU alumni and Presidents Burruss, Duke, and Miller that Jones acquired during her research for Rooted on Bluestone Hill.

 

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: Collection open to research. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using this collection. Please contact Research Services staff before visiting the James Madison University Special Collections Library to use this collection.

Use Restrictions: The copyright interests in this collection have been transferred to the James Madison University Special Collections Library. For more information, contact the Special Collections Library Reference Desk (library-special@jmu.edu).

Preferred Citation: [identification of item], [box #, folder #], Nancy Bondurant Jones Papers, 1909-2011 (bulk 1991-2007), SC 0192, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA.

Acquisition Information: A small portion of the collection related to her work on Rooted on Bluestone Hill was donated by Nancy Bondurant Jones in 2004. The bulk of the collection was donated by Martin Jones and Randy Jones, Nancy's sons, in May 2017.
Alternate Formats: All media items are pending processing and reformatting. Media items include floppy disks containing Jones's articles and other written documents as well as cassette and microcassette tapes that mainly appear to be interviews that Jones conducted with Dr. Ronald E. Carrier, Lucille Smead, Harry Caplinger, and others.
Processing Information: The initial accession of the Nancy Bondurant Jones Papers was processed by former Special Collections Librarian Chris Bolgiano in March 2005. The 2017 donation that comprises the bulk of the collection was combined with the original accession. The collection, as a whole, was donated in good condition and required minimal preservation work. The preservation work that was done included removing tape and rusty staples or paperclips from the papers. Loose papers have been interfiled with corresponding subject files. Duplicate items in the collection were discarded. Any Social Security Numbers in the collection were redacted and the original documents discarded. Education records for the Shenandoah Electric Company Scholarship have been removed. It appeared as if Jones was a reader for the scholarship applications. All documents of a personal nature, specifically financial and medical, were returned to the donors. The original arrangement of the collection has been maintained where possible. Books have been cataloged separately. Some loose items found in books have been interfiled in related folders. All these items are identified in their corresponding folders. All media items are pending processing and reformatting.In order to streamline the process of applying collection numbers, Special Collections staff completed a large-scale renumbering campaign in the spring of 2017. The 2004 portion of this collection was previously cataloged as SC 5013.

Bio/Historical Note:

Nancy Bondurant Jones (1930-2017) was a well-known writer and historian in the Shenandoah Valley. She was born to Dr. Charles H. and Therma Barclay Bondurant in Roanoke. In 1956, she married Phillip Lawrence Jones, who passed away in 1979. She had two daughters, three sons, six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren at the time of her death in December 2017.

Jones began her extensive teaching and writing career by getting her Bachelor of Arts at Shepherd College in West Virginia in 1953. Beyond Shepherd, she did additional work at George Washington University, University of Maryland, James Madison University, and University of Virginia. She also received fellowships from the University of Virginia and American University.

After twenty-nine years of teaching at schools in Montgomery County, Maryland and in Rockingham County at Elkton and Turner Ashby high schools, Jones spent the reminder of her career as a freelance writer. Her writing extended across newspapers, journals, speeches, and published books. Some of her most notable writing was done for the local newspaper, the Daily News-Record in which she wrote a weekly column, "Remembrances," for eleven years based on personal memories supported with historical fact. After completing her writing for the DNR, she went on to contribute columns and articles to the Staunton-based paper eightyone, and to JMU's Montpelier magazine. Jones also penned over a dozen books for various local businesses and organizations. Some notable titles include: Rooted on Bluestone Hill: A History of James Madison University (2004), Called to Care: A History of the Nursing Program at Rockingham Memorial Hospital (2004), and Ageless Legacy: A History of Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community (2004), all of which were nominated for the Library of Virginia's outstanding non-fiction award.

Outside of her writing career, Jones was active in the local and statewide community. In 1983, she ran unsuccessfully as the Democratic candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates District 27. She was also the former president of the Harrisonburg Pilot Club, the Rockingham Country Teacher's Association, and the Shenandoah Branch of the National Association of American Pen Women. Beyond these organizations, Jones served on the boards of Greater Madison at JMU, the Sorenson Institute, and the Arts Council of the Valley. Personally, she was a member of the Emmanuel Episcopal Church and opened one of the first bed and breakfasts in the area in the mid-1980s.

For her extensive work through teaching, writing, and community involvement Jones was given a few honors including being cited in the 1989/1990 edition of Who's Who in American Education and being named Women of the Year in 2000 by the Working Women's Forum.

In addition to all this work, Jones also worked at JMU for eight years. After retiring from teaching English at Turner Ashby High School in 1989, Jones began working for JMU in former President Dr. Ronald E. Carrier's office as the social events coordinator for Carrier and his wife, Edith. Soon she began writing Dr. Carrier's speeches and other documents as requested.In the early 1990s, Dr. Carrier commissioned her to write a book on the history of JMU that would appeal to a general audience. This book, Rooted on Bluestone Hill, was published in 2004.

Scope and Content:

The Nancy Bondurant Jones Papers, 1909-2011 (bulk 1991-2007), consist of 19 boxes and 6.53 cubic feet of materials primarily consisting of research subject files, newspapers and clippings, correspondence, ephemera, speeches, and business and organizational documents. The bulk of the papers correspond to Shenandoah Valley and Virginia history, although some of the papers relate to national history including historical events like the Los Angeles Riots and women's suffrage. Other topics, like cancer or cars, are broader in scope. The collection also includes responses, forms, and letters from JMU alumni, faculty emeriti, and former university presidents that Jones acquired during her research for Rooted on Bluestone Hill. Arranged in two series, there is overlap in some instances between the two. The original, intended arrangement from the creator has been maintained where possible. Changes to the arrangement include alphabetizing where needed, slight changes to folder titles when necessary, and interfiling loose papers with existing files.

Arrangement:

The collection is arranged in two series:
1: Subject Files, 1909-2010
2: Personal Papers, 1979-2011
Series 1: Subject Files is arranged alphabetically. Series 2: Personal Papers is arranged chronologically and then alphabetically.

Bibliography:

Obituary for Nancy Bondurant Jones, Daily News-Record, December 14, 2017.

Jones, Nancy B. Rooted on Blue Stone Hill: A History of James Madison University. Santa Fe, NM; Staunton, VA: Center for American Places, 2004.

Separated Material:

All published monographs have been cataloged individually and placed in Special Collections' rare book collection.

Contents:

Series 1: Subject Files, 1909-2010 (bulk 1991-2005)

Arranged alphabetically.

Series 1: Subject Files, 1909-2010 (bulk 1991-2005), contains papers relating to research that Jones did for her professional writing. It also comprises of papers related to JMU's history, including papers from the 2004 collection, general JMU history, and files related to Dr. Carrier. The series also includes documents and ephemera from the Harrisonburg community, including the local government and local events. The topics of the files range from local to national interest.

Combined from the 2004 portion of the collection relating to Jones's research for Rooted on Bluestone Hill, the series includes responses to forms Jones sent to faculty emeriti and graduates soliciting personal experiences and memories for the book, plus a few older items that respondents sent her. These include several letters by Dr. Julian Burruss, the first president of the university, to Beatrice Marable, the first student applicant at the new school in 1909, and the text of a speech Ms. Marable gave in 1945. Items from Presidents Duke and Miller are also included in the 2004 portion of the collection. Interviews concerning the conflicts between Dr. Carrier and faculty over the curriculum in the 1990s, a short memoir by Dr. Carrier, and an interview with Dr. Carrier's son, Michael are incorporated into the collection as well.

Folder Title
Box : Folder
1864: The Valley Aflame Newspaper, 2004
1:1
1927, undated
1:2
1950s, 1992, undated
1:3
1960s-1970s, 1992, undated
1:4
1990s Overview Decade, 1990, 1994, 1995
1:5
1992 + First Night, 1992-1994, undated
1:6
1993-94, 1993-1994
1:7
1997, 1997
1:8
A David, undated
1:9
AAUW [American Association of University Women], 1992
1:10
ABC + Moonshine, 1996, undated
1:11
Adoption Search, undated
1:12
Ads, undated
1:13
AIDS, 1992
1:14
Airships, undated
1:15
Alzheimer's, undated
1:16
American Dream Unraveled, 1992
1:17
Arboretum, 1988, 1990, 1993, 1994, undated
1:18
Architecture, 1995, undated
1:19
Architecture, undated
1:20
Art/Artists, 1992
1:21
Aunt Era, 1993, undated
1:22
Automobiles, 1993
1:23
B. Marable, 1909-1957, undated
1:24
Baseball - Rockingham County Baseball League, 1984-1987,1990, 1996, undated
1:25
Bed and Breakfast Articles, 1992, undated
1:26
Bennett, Elizabeth & Jesse, 1995, undated
1:27
Berry, Dave, 1996
2:1
Bible Women, 1991, 1999, undated
2:2
Bingham, Caleb George, undated
2:3
Black Americans, 2009, undated
2:4
To Black Freedom by W.M Good, undated
2:5
Blacksmiths - Fred Fisher, undated
2:6
Blizzard '96 & Others, 1996, undated
2:7
Boating - Shenandoah & James River, 1994, undated
2:8
Boyd, Belle, 1991, undated
2:9
Boys Band - Harrisonburg, undated
2:10
Bradley Foundry, undated
2:11
Brass Bands - Timberville & Others, 1994, undated
2:12
Bridgewater, 1992 - 1995
2:13
Brown, Nellie, undated
2:14
Brunk, 1994, undated
2:15
Byrd, John, undated
2:16
Cancer, 1991, 1993, undated
2:17
Carpenter Family, 1993, undated
2:18
Dr. Ronald E. Carrier, 1997-2000, undated
2:19
Carrier Speeches, 2006, undated
2:20
Cars, 1991, 1994, undated
2:21
Caves, 1998, undated
2:22
Center for American Places, 2001, 2002, 2005
2:23
Chamber of Commerce/ Convention & Visitors Bureau, 1993-1995, undated
2:24
Charles Wynes, 1980, 2006-2007, undated
3:1
Chestnut, 1991, 1992, undated
3:2
Children's Home and Orphanages, 1994, undated
3:3
Christ the King, 2005, undated
3:4
Christmas Letters & Menus, 1991, 1992, undated
3:5
Churches, 1990, undated
3:6
Civil War, 1991, 1995-1997, undated
3:7
Clark, Henry, undated
3:8
Clubs, 1997, 1998
3:9
Colonial Life (Punishment), undated
3:10
Columns - DNR, 1990, 1991, 1998, undated
3:11
Comics - Hobbs, 1995
3:12
Contests, 1994, 1995
3:13
Copyright Info, 2001, 2002, undated
3:14
Country Stores, undated
3:15
Crossroads - EMU, 1994, 1995, undated
3:16
Culebra/Puerto Rica, 1994, undated
3:17
Daily News Leader: 1900s A Century of Change, 1999, 2000
4:1
Daily News Record Newspaper, 1921, 1922
4:2
Daily News Record: 20th Century Look Back, 1999, 2005
4:3
Dam - Rawley, 1993, 1994, undated
4:4
Dating, 1992, undated
4:5
Dayton, 1990, 1992, undated
4:6
Dayton - Civil War, undated
4:7
Dayton Learning Center, 1994, undated
4:8
D.C. National Guard - MISC History - Mike Berger, undated
4:9
D-Day, 1994, undated
4:10
Death with Dignity, undated
4:11
Desert Storm Operation - War (following Operation Desert Shield), 1991, undated
4:12
Disasters, 1996, undated
4:13
Dogs, 1994, undated
4:14
The Donning Company, 1990, undated
4:15
Doris Dean, undated
4:16
Dry River/ Gum Run, 1991, undated
4:17
Earhart and Female Pilots, 1993
4:18
Easter, undated
4:19
Eastern Mennonite School & College, 1992, 1994, undated
4:20
Eaton Vance Financial, 2003
5:1
Edison, Thomas Alva, 1993, 1996
5:2
Education - Hist., undated
5:3
Education - Today, 1992, undated
5:4
Eightyone Newspapers, 2001, 2002
5:5
Elkton, 1988, 1995
5:6
Email Chains, 2000, 2001
5:7
Emory, Bertha, undated
5:8
English, Commentaries On, 1980, 1986-1987, 1995, undated
5:9
Episcopal Church & Bishop Madison, undated
5:10
ERA, 1978, undated
5:11
Faculty Emeritus, 1996
5:12
Farming/ Kemper Jarrels, 1991, undated
5:13
Farrell, Richard, 1989, undated
5:14
Fires, 1990, 1993, undated
5:15
First Ladies of VA/ The Constitution, 2006, 2008
5:16
Fishing, 1994, 1995, undated
5:17
Flogging & Other Legal Punishment, 1994, undated
5:18
Floods, 1990-1995, undated
5:19
Floral Arrangements, 2001
5:20
Folklore - Shenandoah Valley, 1992, undated
5:21
Following Directions + "Friday Afternoons", 1973, undated
5:22
Football, 2006, undated
5:23
Fort Laramie Scout, 1993
5:24
Fredrickson, Edna/ Otto, 1993, undated
5:25
Gatewood/ Geronimo, 1993, undated
6:1
Genman, G.E, 1992, undated
6:2
Gibbons, Josephine, undated
6:3
Girl Scouts, 1994
6:4
Graduates, 1993-1997, undated
6:5
Graduates - Memoirs, 1916, 1923-1924, 1975, 1993-1996, undated
6:6
Grant Info, 1991-1994, undated
6:7
Grottos, 1992
6:8
Halloween + Ghost Tales, 1988, 1991
6:9
Harrison, Daniel, 1994, 1995
6:10
Harrisonburg Downtown, 1982-2002, undated
6:11
Harrisonburg-Rockingham Community Services Guide, 1999
6:12
Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society, 1992, 1993, undated
6:13
Harrisonburg-Rockingham Newsletters, 2004-2010
6:14
Hartman, 1994, undated
6:15
Health Care, undated
6:16
Herblock + Hobbs Comic, 1995
6:17
Historic Homes, 1992, 1993, undated
6:18
Historical Society: '89, '90, '91, 1990-1996, undated
6:19
Hoboes, 1995
6:20
Hoboes, 2006
6:21
Holidays, 1983, 1994, undated
7:1
Hosteller Drug Store, 2009, undated
7:2
Hotel Roanoke & Jefferson, 1992, 1994, undated
7:3
Hughes/ Williamson Pharmacy, 1993, undated
7:4
Hunting, 1992-1993, undated
7:5
Hymns, undated
7:6
Indians, 1993, 1995, undated
7:7
Jackson River Case, 1995
7:8
The Jefferson Hotel, 1995, undated
7:9
JMU, 2004, 2006
7:10
JMU Basketball, 1996, 1997, undated
7:11
JMU Extras - use 2nd printing, 1931, 1998, 2004, undated
7:12
JMU-Related Columns, 1994-1996, undated
7:13
Jones, General + Malinda Rice + Others, undated
7:14
Jones, N.B. Miscellaneous, 1917, 1943, 1952-1957
7:15
Jones Williams Gabriel, undated
7:16
Keezletown/McGaheysville, 1992, undated
7:17
Kelly, Brain C. Best Little Stories, 1995, 1996
7:18
Kennedy Newspaper, 1995
7:19
Knitting, 1995, 2002, 2005-2008, undated
7:20
Lackawanna/ Riverton, 2002, 2004, undated
7:21
L.A. Riots 1992, 1965, 1992
7:22
Law Enforcement/ Police Sheriffs, undated
7:23
Lee, Robert E. - Mother, undated
7:24
Lincolns, 1995
7:25
Lindbergh, 2004, undated
7:26
Local History - MISC, 1973, 1996-2001, undated
8:1
Lottery, 1993
8:2
Madison, Bishop James, 2007, undated
8:3
Magazines/ NAACP, 1977, 1998, 2006
8:4
Malls, 1992
8:5
Mark Warner, etc, 2001, undated
8:6
Mary Draper Ingles + Hochstetler Massacres, 1990, 1996, 1997, undated
8:7
Matthew Fontaine Maury, 1994, undated
8:8
McDaniel Brothers - Shenandoah Valley Drywall, 1994, undated
8:9
McGaheysville/ Keezeltown, undated
8:10
MCV - Sanger, William T., 1996
8:11
Medal of Honor, 1982, 1990, undated
8:12
Memorials, 1993, undated
8:13
Mennonites, 2005, undated
8:14
Merck, 1990, 1991, undated
8:15
Mercy House, 1991, 1993, undated
8:16
Mills & Agriculture, undated
8:17
MISC, 1990-1992, 1996, undated
8:18
MISC - Local History, 2008, 2009, undated
8:19
MISC - need to keep + medical growth + changes to book, 1996, undated
8:20
Monticello, 2005
8:21
Monticello/ Michie Tavern/ Montpelier, 1993, 1999, 2005, undated
9:1
Mosby, 1986, 1994, undated
9:2
Mount Clinton School, 1956, 1991, 1992, undated
9:3
Mount Crawford, 1992
9:4
NAACP, 2006
9:5
NAACP, 2008
9:6
Names, 1991, undated
9:7
Names of Local Interest, 1990, undated
9:8
Naylor, Phyllis, 1993-1995, undated
9:9
NetMusic Works (Rain), 2008
9:10
Newspapers, 1996, 2006, undated
9:11
New York, undated
9:12
Nielson Construct[ion], 2001, undated
9:13
Obaugh, Wallace, 1990, undated
9:14
Olympics, undated
9:15
Oxfam, 1992, undated
9:16
Pakyar Interview Notes, undated
9:17
Paul, Jane, 1975, 1991-1993, 1997, undated
9:18
Peaks of Otter, undated
9:19
People: MISC, 1989-1991, undated
9:20
Pershing, General John S., undated
9:21
Peter Heneberger - DNR Column 509 - June 5, 2001, undated
9:22
Photographs & Images - JMU Historic, 1909-1945, 1970-1996, undated
9:23
Photos, 1943, undated
9:24
Political Photos, undated
9:25
P.O. + MISC, 1985, 1988, 1990, 1991, undated
9:26
Possible Columns 1, 1991-1996, 2006-2009, undated
10:1
Possible Columns 2, 1991-1996, 2006-2009, undated
10:2
P.O.W.'s, 1987, 1993, 2008, undated
10:3
Presidents, 1993-1998, undated
10:4
Quota Club, 1992
10:5
Quotes, 2002, undated
10:6
Radio/ TV WSVA, 1995-1996, undated
10:7
Radio Workshop Presentation, 1980-1981
10:8
Railroads, 1916, 1997, undated
10:9
Reed, Walter, undated
10:10
Restaurants - Friddle's, 1997, undated
10:11
Rice, John, undated
10:12
RMH MISC, 1973, 2005
10:13
Roads - Valley (Turnpikes), 1997, undated
10:14
Rockingham Construction, 1985, undated
10:15
Rockingham County, 1997, undated
10:16
Rockingham Country Correspondence, 1995, undated
10:17
Rockingham County - Early Settlers (German) + Penn., 1993, undated
10:18
Romance & Crime, 1998, undated
10:19
Rotary, 1971, 1993-1996, undated
11:1
Sally Tompkins, 1986, 1987, 1990-1991, 2006, undated
11:2
Salvation Army, 1980-1982, 1987-1991, undated
11:3
Schools, 1956, 1990-1997, undated
11:4
Service Clubs - Exchange, Rotary, Kiwanis, 1996, 1997, undated
11:5
Seven Wonders of Ancient World, undated
11:6
Sharing &Seminarian - Mennonite Mutual Aid & Eastern Mennonite University, 1993-1995, undated
11:7
Shenandoah Bicentennial, 1972
11:8
Shenandoah Valley Business Journal, 1994, undated
11:9
Shenandoah Valley Electric Coop., 2004-2005, undated
11:10
Shenandoah Valley Highways, 1995
11:11
Shenandoah Women, 1998, undated
11:12
Sherman, Elizabeth, 1989
11:13
Showalter, Galen - Notes, 1991, undated
11:14
Showker, Zane, 2004
11:15
Singers/ Dancers, Writers, 1991
11:16
Singers Glen, 1994, undated
11:17
Sipe, George E.: Civil War, undated
11:18
Smith, Colonel Abraham, 1722-1783, undated
11:19
Smith House, 2005, undated
11:20
State Parks, 2006, undated
12:1
Staunton - MISC, 2001, 2002, undated
12:2
Staunton + Wilson, 2004, undated
12:3
Stuart, Sally (ECW), undated
12:4
Suffrage (19th Amendment), 1995, undated
12:5
Superstitions, 1988-1989, undated
12:6
Suter's Handcrafted Furniture, undated
12:7
Swartzendruber, undated
12:8
Teaching, undated
12:9
Theaters, 1991-1995, undated
12:10
Tide Springs, 2009, undated
12:11
Toll Roads, 1991, undated
12:12
Trains, undated
12:13
Turkey Festival, undated
12:14
"Tweetsie" - Narrow Gauge Railroad Rockingham County, 1996, undated
12:15
UFO's, undated
12:16
Valiant Virginians, undated
12:17
VA Theaters, undated
12:18
VFH Views, 2008, 2009
12:19
Violence, 1994
12:20
Virginia: First in the Heart of the Nation, undated
13:1
Virginia Historical Society, 1991, 1993-1995, 1998, 2008
13:2
VMRC, 2004, 2005, undated
13:3
Walking Tours, 1994, undated
13:4
Warren County High Schools, undated
13:5
Wars - Vietnams' Notes, 1994, undated
13:6
Watkins, Evelyn, 1994, undated
13:7
Wayland, John Walter, undated
13:8
Weather, 1990, 1993, undated
13:9
West Virginia, 1994
13:10
Working Women's Forum, 1999-2005, undated
13:11
Writers, 1990
13:12
WWII, 2000, undated
13:13
WWII + 1940s, 1992, 1997, undated
13:14
WWII: Conscientious Objectors, 1992, 1994
13:15
WWII: Diehl, Co. C., 2001, undated
13:16
WWII: German P.O.W.s: Wehrmacht Autumns, 2001, undated
14:1
WWII - P.O.W.s, 2001, undated
14:2
Zenda - Al Jenkins, 2003-2005, 2008-2010, undated
14:3
Zigler, 1990, undated
14:4

Series 2: Personal Papers, 1979-2011 (bulk 1992-2007)

Arranged chronologically and then alphabetically.

Series 2: Personal Papers, 1979-2011 (bulk 1992-2007), contains papers relating to Jones's professional and personal involvements. These include annotated drafts of books and articles, documents relating to institutions such as the Sorensen Institute and the National League of American Pen Women, and speeches and interviews throughout the years. All folders with number titles, such as the 100s, 200s, etc, contain selections of Daily-News Record columns authored by Jones. Many full-length drafts of her books as well as documents relating to their publication are included. In addition, a resignation-like thank you letter from Jones to Dr. Carrier is included in General Correspondence, box 17, folder 1. Media items in this series include floppy disks containing Jones's articles and other written documents as well as cassette and microcassette tapes that mainly appear to be interviews that Jones conducted with Dr. Ronald E. Carrier, Lucille Smead, Harry Caplinger, and others.

Folder Title
Box : Folder
Personal MISC + Medical, 1979-1982, undated
15:1
Rockingham Construction Company, 1987-1989, undated
15:2
Writing Lecture, 1989, 1995, 1996, undated
15:3
Vita, 1990, 1992
15:4
Cols. 1-99, 1990, undated
15:5
Harrisonburg-Rockingham Retired Teachers' Association, 1991-1992, undated
15:6
Personal Reminisces, 1991, undated
15:7
Personal Papers for JMU, 1992-1994, 2003
15:8
Homespun, 1992-1995, undated
15:9
Speeches, 1992-1995, 1998-2004, undated
15:10
100s, circa 1993, undated
15:11
Lessons - ICL, 1993, 1994, undated
15:12
200s, 1994-1996, undated
16:1
Interviews, 1996, 1997, undated
16:2
300s, 1996-1998, undated
16:3
Working Women's Forum: Women of the Year 2001, 1997, 2001, 2003, undated
16:4
400s, 1998-2000, undated
16:5
Sorensen Institute, 1998-2002, undated
16:6
Sorensen Institute 1, 1999-2006, undated
16:7
Sorensen Institute 2, 1999-2006, undated
16:8
General Correspondence, 2000-2005, undated
17:1
Greater Madison, 2001-2005, undated
17:2
Uncommon Women of the Commonwealth - Speech, 2001-2002, 2011, undated
17:3
500s, 2001, undated
17:4
Jeremy the wonderful/ Jeremias el curiosa, 2002, 2006-2008, undated
17:5
Family Papers, Letters, etc, 2004, 2005, undated
17:6
Working Women's Forum/ Getting to Know You, 2004, 2005, undated
17:7
Return Luck, 2004, undated
17:8
Speech for VA Writers + Contract w/ Community Foundation, 2004, undated
17:9
Yesteryear, 2005-2008, undated
17:10
Speeches - MISC, 2005-2009, undated
17:11
Photographs, 2006, 2007
17:12
VMRC, 2006, undated
17:13
Farmer's and Merchant's Bank, 2007, undated
17:14
United Way, 2007, undated
17:15
Zenda, 2007, undated
18:1
Zenda Talks, 2007, undated
18:2
Wharton Aldhizer & Weaver, 2008, undated
18:3
National League of American Pen Women, 2009, undated
18:4
UVA Book Proposal, 2010, undated
18:5
Articles, undated
18:6
Banking on the Future, undated
18:7
Creative Writing, undated
18:8
My Writing - MISC, undated
18:9
Seeking Permanence on the Landscape: A History of Zenda, 1869-1930, undated
18:10
Stationary, undated
18:11
Wampler, Charles, undated
18:12
WWII, undated
18:13
Zenda Draft, undated
18:14
Media (cassettes, floppy disks), 1997, undated
19:1

Compiled by: Chris Bolgiano, March 2005; Selena St. Andre, January 2018