Lexington Gazette. (Lexington, Va.)
Also known as the "News-Gazette."
Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
Contains a newspaper article documenting the story of Abbs Valley, and the conflict between Native Americans and the Moore family in mid-18th century.
"Fatal Affray," Lexington Gazette, January 19, 1854. Murder of Cadet Thomas Blackburn.
E-mail message to the Washington and Lee community concerning Brady's death, obituaries from the News-Gazette and The Roanoke Time. Article titled "'Pat' Brady's Life One of Quiet Service to a Community He Loved So Dearly," the News-Gazette.
A broadside announcing Robert E. Lee's acceptance of the presidency of Washington College. The broadside was printed at the Lexington Gazette. The announcement was officially made by John W. Brockenbrough, Rector of Washington College.
Articles from three local newspapers titled "He's a Third-Generation Blacksmith," "The Village Blacksmith, Manly Brown, Dies at 93," "Family Dreams of Living Museum. Jack Chaffee as Blacksmith and Curator of Brown's Forge."
Obituary, "Thrown from Horse...," by Lexington Gazette.
Obituary found in the News-Gazette about Edmund Campbell, a Washington and Lee graduate and attorney who worked on various cases concerning desegregation of Virginia schools.
File includes a biography excerpt from "Who's Who in America" and an obituary by the Lexington Gazette.
File includes article "Coach Nears End of Not-So-Typical Career: Washington and Lee's Canfield Prepares for Life After 31 Years of Generals' Basketball," and a Roanoke Times article named " 'I Hope I've Touched Some Lives.' "
Contains one photocopy of obituary by News-Gazette.
Obituary by the News-Gazette.
File contains obituary by the News-Gazette.
File includes an article titled Honor Rolls," a set of photographs, and a pamphlet commemorating her life and work.
Folder includes an obituary written by The Lexington Gazette.
Lexington Gazette obituary about Crenshaw.
File includes article titled "Service Held for Dr. G.W. Diehl."
This folder contains copies of newspaper articles relating to Effinger High School.
One of the newspaper articles, not dated, "Clarence Hotinger Builds Hay Dryer in Effinger Shop."
File includes two copies of the memorial service program for Farrar's passing and a photocopy of a News-Gazette article titled "Tiger."
File includes photocopies of two obituaries concerning Mr. Ford.
File includes obituary.
This file contains a Lexington Gazette article describing a general history of Native American presence and conflict in Rockbridge County, an article on a Shawnee raid on cabins located on Purgatory Creek, and a manuscript chapter recounting a settler's child being kidnapped by Native Americans.
File includes photocopies of articles concerning the life and career of Mel Greenberg.
File includes article titled "Randolph Hall Refused to Fail."
Article includes biography and obituary concerning Howerton and his wife Mary N.
- Archival Object 45
- Collection 4
- Newspapers 8
- Virginia -- Rockbridge County 3
- Scrapbooks 2
- American Civil War (United States : 1861-1865) 1
- Appomattox Campaign (1865) 1
- Armies -- Officers 1
- Battles 1
- Civil rights 1
- Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 1
- College sports 1
- Correspondence 1
- De facto school segregation 1
- Essays 1
- Football 1
- Greeting cards 1
- Kansas -- Coffeyville 1
- Kansas -- Montgomery County 1
- Land settlement 1
- Murder -- Investigation 1
- North Carolina -- Warren County 1
- Photographs 1
- Poetry 1
- Portraits 1
- Scots-Irish 1
- Shawnee Indians 1
- Shawnee Indians -- Wars 1
- Virginia 1
- Virginia -- Bath County 1
- Virginia -- Lexington 1 + ∧ less