The Roanoke Times
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Obituaries, clipped from Roanoke Times 2002.
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.
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."
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.' "
Roanoke Times article concerning Caudill's retirement.
This file consists of a typescript essay on the history of visitors, architecture, and ownership of Col Alto, a Roanoke Times article on a lawn party held at Col Alto, a letter from Mrs. Gordon G. Heiner, Jr. to Don Bruce McClelland related to a murder near Col Alto, and a printed copy of a Hampton Inn's historical description of the building.
File includes three articles concerning Professor DeLaney's professional career.
File includes an article titled "He Disciplined Popular Culture" as well as an obituary.
This file constains a group of serially published newspaper articles on the history of George Washington developing and using frontier forts in order to create defensive structures to limit casualties and damages from Native American raids and conflicts. Articles published between February 14th to March 6th, 1960.
File includes a photocopy of Roanoke Times newspaper clipping titled "New President of Washington and Lee."
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 a memorial program as well as an obituary by the Roanoke Times.
File includes photocopy of article titled "Off the beaten path: the Chronicler of Lexington is an institution himself."
File includes an article by the Roanoke Times entitled, "New Headmaster Mixes Work and Play."
File includes an obituary and picture of John Graham McCown.
This collection consists of files containing newspaper articles, history essays and writing, and photographs concerning Native American land, battles with colonial settlers, prominent figures, and forts in Rockbridge County. Many materials describe the Shawnee Tribe and their presence and relationship with settlers in Kerrs Creek, Abbs' Valley, Balcony Falls, and Hayes Creek Mound. Some materials concern the death of Chief Cornstalk, also known as Hokoleskwa, and the Kerrs Creek Massacre.
This file consists of a copy of a Roanoke Times article entitled "Highway Passes Over Site of Fort" by George Wilson. Talks about viewing the fort from their perspective in the 1970s.