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Robert J. Chaffin Townshend Act Research

Identifier: 75
Overview Collection 75

Noble E. Cunningham Papers

Identifier: 8
Overview Collection 20

Eugene A. Foster DNA Study Archive

Identifier: 19
Overview The Eugene A. Foster DNA Study Archive was created during the course of Dr. Eugene Foster’s study of the Jefferson, Carr, Randolph, Hemings and Woodson Y-Chromosome pattern. The study began in 1997 and culminated with the publication of an article in NATURE magazine on November 5, 1998. The collection includes correspondence that Dr. Foster undertook during the project with colleagues and participants as well as subsequent commentary and correspondence that was generated by the NATURE...

Agnes Gish Papers

Identifier: 51
Overview Research compiled by historian Agnes Gish on the Jefferson Family connection to the Eppes Family, Harris Family, and others through the will of Ann Harris and tracts of land known as Swann’s Creek Plantation, Indian Camp, and French’s Tavern of Ballsville, Powhatan County, Virginia which sits upon said land.Note: Eppes/Epes is spelled differently in different documents and it appears to be a matter of preference more commonly spelled Eppes, whereas Epes appears more frequently the...

John Hailman Papers: The Wines of Thomas Jefferson, 1986

Identifier: 65
Scope and Contents This collection contains typescripts of John Hailman’s research up to late 1986, entitled at the point, The Wines of Thomas Jefferson. Each typescript chapter is headed with a hand written note “©John R. Hailman, 1986.”  His book, Thomas Jefferson on Wine, was not published until 2006. See:

Jefferson Library Manuscript Facsimiles

Identifier: Mss Facsimiles
Scope and Contents Facsimile copies of primary source documents, many of which are in Thomas Jefferson’s hand or were written by his descendents. They include correspondence, accounts, debts, land holdings, plats and surveys, inventories, recipes, etc.

Many files contain duplicate copies, and most of the land files also have notes and/or plat drawings by Amy Facca.  Some files also contain notes by Cinder Stanton.

Charles Suddarth Kelly Archives

Identifier: 59
Overview Charles Suddarth Kelly (1920-2008) was a self-trained Thomas Jefferson scholar and photographer. He spent time traveling in Europe documenting Jefferson’s itinerary during the journey through southern France in spring of 1787. Mr. Kelly also researched and wrote about Jefferson’s architecture. This archive includes research and writing notes as well as many photographs taken in Europe, Washington DC, New York City, and Virginia.

Filippo Mazzei Archive

Identifier: Mazzei Archive

Charles A. Miller Papers

Identifier: 60

Monticello Architectural Image Collection

Identifier: Architectural Image Collection
Overview The Monticello Architectural Image Collection enables researchers to trace the physical history of Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, from the 1770’s to the present.  The collection consists of photographs, drawings, paintings, slides, etc. of the exterior, interior with furnishings, and grounds at Monticello.

Monticello Association Papers, 1869 to date

Identifier: Monticello Association Papers

Monticello Keepsake Collection

Identifier: E332.2 .A5
Overview The Monticello Keepsake Collection enables researchers to view the essays composed for Board of Trustees dinners and special events at Monticello from 1958 to 2003.

William Reynolds Papers

Identifier: 47

Howard C. Rice Collection

Identifier: SC HCR
Overview The Howard C. Rice Collection consists of research materials created and compiled by Howard C. Rice, Jr., as well as the book collection he owned.  The collection was donated by Rice to the Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation in 1978.

Oscar A. Thorup Papers

Identifier: 22

TJF - 1993 Celebration Year Collection

Identifier: 34
Scope and Contents Consists of handwritten notes, typewritten documents and artifacts created during the development and execution of the year-long celebration of Thomas Jefferson's 250th birthday.

TJF - Artifacts

Identifier: 66,69,70,73,78,84,130,131

TJF - Board of Trustees

Identifier: 57 - 58

TJF - External Relations

Identifier: 12 - 16, 48

TJF - Finances

Identifier: 27 - 32, 71

TJF - Governance

Identifier: 90, 4, 5, 11, 26

TJF - Independence Day Exercises and Naturalization Ceremonies

Identifier: 33
Overview Each Independence Day, Monticello hosts a Federal court that naturalizes a group of new American citizens. The court is part of a ceremony that includes a speech by a notable person, American or foreign, who addresses the ideals of the Declaration of Independence. This ceremony has been performed each year since 1963. The archive contains, when available, the program, correspondence with the speaker, text of the speech, correspondence with Federal judges, schedule of events, guest lists,...

TJF - Land Records

Identifier: 7

TJF - Lewis and Clark Bicentennial

Identifier: 35 - 36
Overview The Lewis & Clark Bicentennial archive contains records related to the commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition, which began from Charlottesville in 1803. The first national event occurred at Charlottesville, January 14-19, 2003 (Exposition Week), and subsequent events (Signature Events) at locations along the Lewis & Clark trail.The Thomas Jefferson Foundation (TJF) created a Lewis & Clark Committee which cooperated...

TJF - Publications

Identifier: 81

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