Many individuals have contributed to our site that we would like to thank.
This site was created by University of Mary Washington undergraduate students Glynnis Farleigh, Piper Giannini, Emily Johnson, Erin Madden, and Mady May as part of their Spring 2020 “Adventures in Digital History“ course taught by Dr. Jeffrey McClurken.
Members of the Rowe Family
We would first like to thank the Rowe family for allowing the University of Mary Washington to read and digitize artifacts from their scrapbook collection. We would like to specifically thank sisters Jeanette Cadwallender and Florence Barnick, who have provided us with extensive supplemental information about their family.
Members of the Community
We would like to thank local historian John Hennessy for providing information on the life of Anne Wilson Rowe.
We would also like to thank and acknowledge the people who have interacted with our social media throughout the development and growth of this project, such as our Instagram followers.
University of Mary Washington Contributors
We worked with a number of individuals and departments at the University of Mary Washington on our project.
From Simpson Library, we would like to thank Special Collections Librarian Carolyn Parsons for her early help in itemizing and preserving the scrapbooks. We would also like to thank fellow classmate and Special Collections Student Aide Megan Williams for her work before the semester in creating an initial inventory of the scrapbooks.
From the Hurley Convergence Center Digital Archiving Lab, we would like to thank Digital Resources Librarian Angie Kemp for help in showing our group how to use the scanning resources in the DAL, as well as in organizing the metadata of our project.