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Friends of John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library

Friends of Colonial Williamsburg’s John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library brings together people with a personal commitment to strengthening the library’s research collections that directly impact the work of our historians, interpreters, and curators. Your annual membership of $1,000 or more is tax deductible and will be used solely to acquire, digitize, and conserve library collections.

Friends are invited to an annual gathering hosted by our librarians and archivists. An optional trip to area repositories is offered the day after the gathering. Members also receive a subscription to the quarterly library newsletter and get advance announcements of library exhibits.

Executive Director Carl Childs, the Abby and George O’Neill Director of the John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library, serves as chairman of the Friends. Mary Ann Goode is your personal liaison with the Foundation. She can be contacted by email at mgoode@cwf.org, and by phone at (757) 220-7249.

Whether your passion is rare books, manuscripts, photographs, architectural drawings or the history of the Foundation presented through its archive and media collections, membership in the Friends of Colonial Williamsburg’s John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library provides a special opportunity to study the history of America's founding era and Colonial Williamsburg itself. Come share your enthusiasm with others and Colonial Williamsburg's librarians and archivists. Experience behind-the-scenes visits and hands-on examination of documents at our annual gathering. By joining the Friends, you support the John D. Rockefeller Jr. Library’s staff and its world class collections.

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