Walker, Harry Lee
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
This file consists of a typescript essay on Blandome, detailing its ownership history, including how it became the property of prominent Black family in Lexington, the Walkers and Woods. Includes two photos of Blandome.
File consists of contract for meat at Virginia Military Institute from January 1st, 1920. Signed by then V.M.I. superintendent E.W. Nichols and H.L. Walker.
This file consists of a copy of a photograph of Eliza Bannister Walker, Harry Thomas Walker, Harry Lee Walker, and Nannie Walker Wood. Photograph taken by Michael Miley.
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 consists of a newspaper article written about the business sucess of Harry Walker, titled "From Cattle Boy to Business Man." It also includes a copy of a biographical information about Walker.
This file consists of contracts between H. L. Wood and Virginia Military Institute for fresh meats from the Walker-Wood business. Orignials of the contracts are in Box 1.
This file consists of fliers for the Meat Market and business ran by Harry Lee Walker.
This file consists of the certification of incorporation of the Lexington Old Folks Home and Orphanage.
Clippings include news of the deaths of Harry Lee Walker, Harry Walker, and Clarence M. Wood. There is also a profile on Mrs. Nannie W. Wood and clippings of Eliza's poems.
This file consists of a copy of an article about H. L. Walker and a photocopy of the photograph from the article. The orginial article is in Box 1 folder 15.
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 contains two account books belonging to Harry Lee Walker, one of which refers to his account with the Peoples National Bank, in Lexington, Va.
Contains photographs of the Walker family. Includes two photographs of Harry Lee Walker (5x7), two photgraphs of Eliza Walker (4x6), one photograph of Harry Thomas Walker (5x7), one photograph of Eliza Walker and Harry Thomas Walker (3.5x5), one photograph of Hettie AAdamns with James Horace Lewis on her lap - Aunt Nin and Cousin Nellie Scruggs Lewis - pulled from Alex Wood's notebook in control folder (Box 1, Folder 1).