Harry and Lee Lovett Papers

Stewart Bell Jr. Archives Room
Handley Regional Library / Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society

Harry and Lee Lovett Papers, 1671 WFCHS

SCOPE AND CONTENT: The collection contains the personal and professional papers of Harry and Lee Lovett, including records from the Lovett Brothers Shoe Store, Attorney Lee Lovett, the Lovett Building, as well as papers on their civic and family life.
(1 box) Last updated 04/09.

BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL: Harry Lovett founded and operated the Lovett Brothers Shoe Store at 165 N. Loudoun Street for 60 years. His wife, Lee Lovett, was the first female attorney in Winchester, and had her office in the building adjacent to the Lovett Brothers Shoe Store. The Lovetts were heavily involved in local civic activities, including the March of Dime, American Cancer Society, Rotary Club, Salvation Army, and the Northern Virginia Mental Health Association. Harry Lovett was also a 32nd degree Mason and a member of the Scottish Rite and the Shrine Acca Temple. Both passed away in 1987 and are buried in Baltimore.

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Taken from the collection and the obituaries of Harry Lovett (September 22, 1987) and Lee Lovett (January 29, 1987) from the Winchester Star.

CITE AS: Harry and Lee Lovett Records #1671 Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library, Winchester, VA, USA.

ORGANIZATION:

BOX 1

Acca Temple ? Name tag, letter of appreciation, and five admission tickets to the Shrine
Circus, 1970, 5 items, printed

Bills and Receipts ? Miscellaneous bill and receipts from 1964-1977, 19 items, printed

Correspondence ? 1941-1977, 20 items

Lovett Brothers Shoe Store ? Miscellaneous documents from the store, 7 leaves,
typescript
Baltimore Shoe Show, Buyers Guide And Directory,
April 26-29, 1970, 20 pages printed

Lovett Building ? One booklet by Oakcrest Builders, 8 leaves, printed

Lovett, Joan and Michael ? 6items

Lovett, Lee, Attorney at Law ? Applications for State Law License, 1979-1981, 8 leaves, printed

Map ? 1976 map of Winchester, Frederick and Clarke Counties, 1 item, printed

Obituaries, Vital Records ? 16 leaves, printed, manuscript, and typescript

Rotary Club ? 2 leaves, typescript and manuscript

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