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Lamb, William (1838-1909)

Name
Lamb, William (1838-1909)
Historical Note
William Lamb was born on 7 September 1835 and lived in Norfolk, Va. for most of his life. He was educated at the College of William and Mary and edited the Southern Argus. During the Civil War, he commanded Fort Fisher, N.C. After the war, he was a coal dealer, an advocate of direct trade with Europe, mayor of Norfolk and a member of the Republican Party. Lamb was Rector of the College of William and Mary. He died 23 March 1909. Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: http://scrc.swem.wm.edu/wiki/index.php/William Lamb.

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Records or Manuscript Collections
William Lamb Papers, 1835-1909
Digital Content
Transcription of the diary of William Lamb, 1855
Transcription of the diary of William Lamb, July 6th, 1855 to December 31, 1855
Typescript of the diary of William Lamb, 1861
Typescript of the diary of William Lamb, 1865
Typescript of the diary of William Lamb, 24 October 1864-14 January 1865