Williams, Mathilde D.
Three files that contain writings by Mathilde D. Williams (1894-1979), curator of the Peabody Room from 1950 to 1978.
Not known but assumed to be Mathilde D. Williams.
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- Creation: Majority of material found within 1967-1969, undated
.50 Linear feet
One box containing three vertical files: 1. "Georgetown 1621 - 1951: A Brief Outllne of it's History, compiled by Mathilde D. Williams," with hand-written notes. 2. "Four Brief Tours in Georgetown" (prepared for Children of the Daughters of the American Revolution). 3. Lectures; "1751-1967 Georgetown Slide Lecture & Related Activities for PACE Project SCOPE," "Delivered before the Columbia Historical Society, February 18, 1969, printed in Columbia Historical Records 1969-70," "Georgetown on the Potomac" and "Revolutionary Georgetown" (read before Daughters of the Colonists), and "Georgetown: Colonial and Revolutionary," (paper read before a chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution."