AMERICAN VIRGINIA HISTORY - CARTER'S GROVE PLANTATION VOLUMES / RESEARCH MATERIALS, LOT OF 13, including Mary Stephenson, "Carter's Grove Plantation: A History", 1964, Sealantic Fund/Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, presumed first edition; Alan Gowans, "King Carter's Church", 1969, University of Victoria Maltwood Museum, with personal inscription addressed to Mr. Ivor Noel Hume; John Wharton, "Corotoman, Home of the Carters", 1948, the Rappahannock Record, Kilmarnock, VA; Wharton, "King Carter, The Man", 1950, the Rappahannock Record, Kilmarnock, VA; David Muraca, et al, "The Carter's Grove Museum Site Excavation", 1989, Department of Archaeological Research, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation; Muraca, et al, "Phase On Survey of a Portion of the Greene Tract at Carter's Grove", 1991, Department of Archaeological Research, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation; Ivor Noel Hume, "Opportunities for 17th-Century Interpretation at Carter's Grove", 1977, no publisher given; and Gus Hamblett, "History and Interpretation of Carter's Grove", 1978, no publisher given, stated draft copy. Hardcovers, one with dust jacket, soft cover/wraps and binders.
Very good condition overall, expected minor wear to covers/dust jackets, some with toning/discoloration or minor stains to covers/dust jackets, interiors generally very clean, some with inscriptions or minor notations.
Provenance: From the research library of Ivor Noel Hume, O.B.E., F.S.A., Williamsburg, VA.
Catalogue Note: Ivor Noel Hume (1927-2017), O.B.E. (Order of the British Empire), F.S.A. (Fellow, Society of Antiquaries), was a distinguished scholar, author, and former director of the Department of Archaeological Research at Colonial Williamsburg.