The John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library's collections encompass more than 10,000 rare books, 50,000 manuscripts and 100,000 images. The collections document the history and culture of colonial British America, the American Revolution and the early national period. Materials created by Colonial Williamsburg Foundation staff document the restoration of Williamsburg in the first half of the twentieth century. A growing sample of collections is available here.
Letter from Edmund Pendleton on behalf of the Committee of Safety to Patrick Henry dated November 15, 1775. The Committee requests Col. Henry…
BIOGRAPHY OF THOMAS MOTT SHAW, F.A.I.A.
Thomas Mott Shaw is best known as one of the founding partners and principal architects of the prominent…
Albert Durant’s photographic output, preserved in a collection of ten thousand negatives, four thousand black and white prints, and...
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