Wood, Alexander Barbour
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of a donor letter and accompanying materials about William R. Clark, specifically a photograph and a copy of his Curriculum Vitae. The letter includes memories of interactions with Clark. There is also a photograph of male members of the Randolph Street Methodist Church, Lexington, Virginia (ca. 1955).
This file consists of letter from Governor Price to Clarence Wood. Wood had found a ring belonging to Price's son. Returning the favor, Price interceded for Wood to get the administration's position at the New Green Pastures National Park. Included in the file is a note by Alexander Wood explaining the incident.
This file consists of a photograph of the 7th Grade First Aid Class at Lylburn Downing School, April 1944, a photograph of Mrs. Jesse M. Woodley, Alex's 1st and 2nd grade teacher at Lylburn Downing School, and a program from Marie Wood Hayes's funeral
Photo/Article of the Wood Family and Their Connection to North Carolina Mutual Insurance Company, 1954
This file contains two pages of the Third Quarter, 1954 edition of "The Whetstone," a publication made by the North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company. Two pages are the cover of the magazine, as well as an article on the Wood family and the Blandome home entitled "A 'Mutual' Family." Clarence M. Wood worked twenty-two years for North Carolina Mutual Insutrance Company.
This file contains a photograph of C.M. Wood's family (7x5). From left to right, the photograph depicts Edward, Clarence M., Nannie W., Harry Walker, Clarence Jr., and Alex B.
Alex Wood thinks the minister in the photograph is Reverend Lucas.
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 consists of photographs, newspaper clippings, and programs of The Charity Nightingales. It is mostly copies of items from Box 1 that were used for Alex's lecture at VMI. The folder also includes materials on the McCormick Celebration in 1931, Oscar dePreist Lecture by Alex Wood in 1931, band booking for a Washington and Lee University dance, and a "New Glory Song" by Revered Holt - including music and vocal contest description for the event in 1915.