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GUNSTON HALL ARCHIVES

 
  Manuscript and Map Collections
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The Manuscript Collection consists of more than 200 linear feet of manuscripts, blueprints, and maps.  Collection highlights include the documents and personal papers of George Mason and other family members, the research papers of authors who have written about George Mason, institutional records, and records of other individuals and organizations closely connected to Gunston Hall.

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Audio/Visual Collections

The Audio/Visual Collection includes photographs and slides which illustrate the heritage of Gunston Hall, its buildings, collections, and special events. Another resouce, the microfilm collection, contains primary sources including Maryland Gazette, 1727- 1837, Virginia Gazette, 1736-1780, and Alexandria Gazette, 1784-1824.

Click here for an index of all materials in the Gunston Hall Archives.

Access

Materials in the Gunston Hall Archives are available by request, Monday - Thursday, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Please contact the library to make an appointment.
By phone: 703-550-9220 ext. 235
By email: library@gunstonhall.org

 

 
 
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