H. Helm was the leader of The Washington and Northern Virginia Company of The
Jamestowne Society for more than fifteen years until his death in 1988. In
memory of Herschel Helm, who was a vigorous supporter and molder of the Company
and was dedicated to preserving the record of early Virginia, the Company
shortly after his death created a library of research materials for the use of
citizens, students and scholars. The Herschel H. Helm Jamestowne Collection is
housed at George Mason University in the Special Collections and Archives
After you arrive at that page - on the GMU website
- scroll down slightly and click on the title in bold:
Herschel H. Helm Collection.
The Herschel H. Helm
Jamestowne collection comprises works on the history of Jamestown and
seventeenth century Virginia from 1607 until the transfer of Virginia's capital
from Jamestown to Williamsburg. This period established the roots of the United
States of America and was the beginning of representative government in the New
**Special Collections & Archives
library is located in
Fenwick Library, C-201, at George Mason University's Fairfax, Virginia Campus.
Click on the link above for more information.