Digitization Highlights – The Randolph H. Lytton Historical Virginia Collection

This blog post was written by Bill Keeler, Student Assistant in charge of digitizing the Randolph H. Lytton Historical Virginia collection. Bill has a Bachelor of Arts in History with a focus in American History from George Mason University. He will be continuing his education at Simmons University with the aim of eventually joining the […]

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New and Updated Finding Aids

The SCRC processing team has been hard at work processing and reprocessing collections, which mean (drumroll please)…more new and updated finding aids! Of note, the former Virginia historic documents collection (C0034) has been revamped so that each item will appropriately have its own finding aid and collection number. See below for links to and brief […]

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Mother Martha

March is Women’s History Month, so my blog posts for this month will highlight SC&A’s collections that feature outstanding achievements by women. The Martha Pennino Papers document Pennino’s community activism and political career in Northern Virginia. The collection, featuring photographs, working papers, newspaper clips, and memorabilia, shows why Martha was affectionately known as “Mother Martha.” […]

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