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Bristol Virginia-Tennessee; State Line. Bristol Chamber of Commerce brochure. Ephemera Collection, Special Collections, LVA.

Bristol Virginia-Tennessee; State Line. Bristol Chamber of Commerce brochure. Ephemera Collection, Special Collections, LVA.

Little boy on beach. African American Family Photo Collection, C1:115. Prints and Photographs, Special Collections, LVA. Date: ca. 1950.

Little boy on beach. African American Family Photo Collection, C1:115. Prints and Photographs, Special Collections, LVA.
Date: ca. 1950.

Go to work or go to jail. [Richmond, Va.: State of Virginia]. Special Collections, LVA. Date: 1918.

Go to work or go to jail. [Richmond, Va.: State of Virginia]. Special Collections, LVA.
Date: 1918.

League of Women Voters Poster. Equal Suffrage League of Virginia Papers, Organization Records, Acc. 22002. The Library of Virginia. Date: 1920.

League of Women Voters Poster. Equal Suffrage League of Virginia Papers, Organization Records, Acc. 22002. The Library of Virginia.
Date: 1920.

ERA T-Shirt (front). Virginia Equal Rights Ratification Council, Organization Records, Accession 31486, The Library of Virginia.

ERA T-Shirt (front). Virginia Equal Rights Ratification Council, Organization Records, Accession 31486, The Library of Virginia.

ERA T-Shirt (back). Virginia Equal Rights Ratification Council, Organization Records, Accession 31486, The Library of Virginia.

ERA T-Shirt (back). Virginia Equal Rights Ratification Council, Organization Records, Accession 31486, The Library of Virginia.

Clergyman in grave. Harry C. Mann Collection. Prints and Photographs, Special Collections, LVA. Photographer/Artist: Harry C. Mann.

Clergyman in grave. Harry C. Mann Collection. Prints and Photographs, Special Collections, LVA.
Photographer/Artist: Harry C. Mann.

Permission for public speech, Norfolk. Equal Suffrage League of Virginia Papers, Organization Records, Acc. 22002, The Library of Virginia. Date: February 10, 1913.

Permission for public speech, Norfolk. Equal Suffrage League of Virginia Papers, Organization Records, Acc. 22002, The Library of Virginia.
Date: February 10, 1913.

Open-Air Speaking at Deep Creek. Equal Suffrage League of Virginia Papers, Organization Records, Acc. 22002. The Library of Virginia. Date: April 10, 1916.

Open-Air Speaking at Deep Creek. Equal Suffrage League of Virginia Papers, Organization Records, Acc. 22002. The Library of Virginia.
Date: April 10, 1916.

Al Zahlout family.  WRVA Radio Collection, Business Records, Accession 38210, The Library of Virginia.

Al Zahlout family. WRVA Radio Collection, Business Records, Accession 38210, The Library of Virginia.

Affidavit of Richard Sandidge of Louisa County sworn before Henry Pendleton, justice of the peace, regarding a piece of lead taken from the arm of Edward Houchins. The piece of lead is included with the affidavit.  Jamestown Exhibit Papers, Affidavit. Accession 42098. State government records collection, The Library of Virginia. Date: December 3, 1818.

Affidavit of Richard Sandidge of Louisa County sworn before Henry Pendleton, justice of the peace, regarding a piece of lead taken from the arm of Edward Houchins. The piece of lead is included with the affidavit. Jamestown Exhibit Papers, Affidavit. Accession 42098. State government records collection, The Library of Virginia.
Date: December 3, 1818.

Affidavit of Richard Sandidge of Louisa County sworn before Henry Pendleton, justice of the peace, regarding a piece of lead taken from the arm of Edward Houchins. The piece of lead is included with the affidavit.  Jamestown Exhibit Papers, Affidavit. Accession 42098. State government records collection, The Library of Virginia. Date: December 3, 1818.

Affidavit of Richard Sandidge of Louisa County sworn before Henry Pendleton, justice of the peace, regarding a piece of lead taken from the arm of Edward Houchins. The piece of lead is included with the affidavit. Jamestown Exhibit Papers, Affidavit. Accession 42098. State government records collection, The Library of Virginia.
Date: December 3, 1818.

Affidavit of Richard Sandidge of Louisa County sworn before Henry Pendleton, justice of the peace, regarding a piece of lead taken from the arm of Edward Houchins. The piece of lead is included with the affidavit.  Jamestown Exhibit Papers, Affidavit. Accession 42098. State government records collection, The Library of Virginia. Date: December 3, 1818.

Affidavit of Richard Sandidge of Louisa County sworn before Henry Pendleton, justice of the peace, regarding a piece of lead taken from the arm of Edward Houchins. The piece of lead is included with the affidavit. Jamestown Exhibit Papers, Affidavit. Accession 42098. State government records collection, The Library of Virginia.
Date: December 3, 1818.

Affidavit of Richard Sandidge of Louisa County sworn before Henry Pendleton, justice of the peace, regarding a piece of lead taken from the arm of Edward Houchins. The piece of lead is included with the affidavit.  Jamestown Exhibit Papers, Affidavit. Accession 42098. State government records collection, The Library of Virginia. Date: December 3, 1818.

Affidavit of Richard Sandidge of Louisa County sworn before Henry Pendleton, justice of the peace, regarding a piece of lead taken from the arm of Edward Houchins. The piece of lead is included with the affidavit. Jamestown Exhibit Papers, Affidavit. Accession 42098. State government records collection, The Library of Virginia.
Date: December 3, 1818.

Nottoway County (Va.) John Mitchell, Jr. Campaign Button, undated. Local government records collection, Nottoway County Court Records. The Library of Virginia.

Nottoway County (Va.) John Mitchell, Jr. Campaign Button, undated. Local government records collection, Nottoway County Court Records. The Library of Virginia.

Letter to Governor A. Linwood Holton complaining about topless go-go dancers in Richmond.  Accession 28050.  State government records collection, The Library of Virginia. Date: April 2, 1970.

Letter to Governor A. Linwood Holton complaining about topless go-go dancers in Richmond. Accession 28050. State government records collection, The Library of Virginia.
Date: April 2, 1970.