by J Munro

Jack Kennedy, male, is mentioned in the Chairman's Journal of 1833.
"Jack Kennedy, a mulatto man, having applied for one of the cellar rooms [of the hotels] for a barber's shop for the accommodation of students," was favorably received by the Proctor, who thought it would be good for keeping students out of town; the Chairman voices concern to make sure Jack does not "aid students in violation of enactments."
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Journals of the Chairman of the Faculty, May 6, 1833
2. Library Call Numbers/Bibliographic Records
Journals of the Faculty of the Chairman, May 6, 1833, volume 4. University of Virginia Library. Call Number: RG-19/1/2.041 v.1-4, Box 1
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