Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Manuscripts cataloging information sheet. Includes processing information, such as author of collection, biographical information, collection title, bulk date range for collection, size of collection, scope and contents note, provenance, name of donor, subjects, and correspondents. Includes print outs of related articles and one photograph.
This file consists of a photograph of the Walker family at their home (7x5). The top row of the photo depicts Edwin T. Sr., Alice T., and Alice, while the bottom row depicts Eloise, Edwin T Jr., and Velma.
This file consists of Harry Lee Walker's resume, photocopies of the resume, newspaper clippings regarding Nannie Walker Wood, and a program for the twenty-fifth anniversary dinner of the Rockbridge chapter of the NAACP, where Malvin R. Goode was a guest speaker.
This file contains a notebook with information about the Memoranda detailing the title to the Douthat Society, also includes noterized receipt for real estate sale from John and Margaret Delaaney. Also contains document noting the sale of 100 acres in Rockbridge County to the Walker family.
This file consists of fliers for the Meat Market and business ran by Harry Lee Walker.
This file consists of Nannie Walker Wood's notebook on the Bible at Hartshorn College in Richmond Virginia from 1914.
This file includes two photographs of the Blandome home in winter (5x7). No date.
This file contains a photo of the Walker-Wood family. Depicted in the front row from left to right are Harry Walker Wood, Marrie, Clarence Jr., Bettie Jo, Alex, and Nannie. Harry Walker is behind Nannie. DePriest is in the back row with white hair. Clarence M. is in the back row on the left. CMamie Jones is behind Harry Walker Wood.
This file includes two photographs of the Blandome home (5.5x3.5).
This folder contains a section of the will of John Walker.
This file consists of a business card, 6 price lists, signatures, a photograph, recipes, lables, and letterheads.Includes document of H.L. Walker and C.M. Wood partnership.
This folder contains a report entitled, “History of Old Walkerlands Farm” by Mary Moore Mason. It discusses the owners, including Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edward Mason, James Moore, and James A. Walker; and structural information about the farm.
This file consists of a handwritten manuscript draft entitled "Walnut Fort," later published in the Lexington Gazette on May 15th, 1936. The document describes the physical features of the fort, the cooking practices of those who lived there, other domestic qualities, and the familial history of those who inhabited and maintained the fort.
This box contains information on the Terry family, the Todd family, the Tolley family, the Waddell family, the Walker family, the Walkup family, the Wallace family, the Wardlaw family, the Waskey family, the Weaver family, the Weir family, the Welch family, Ki Williams, the Willson/Wilson family, the Woods family, the Youel family, and Brian Young.