Anderson, William Alexander
- Existence: 1842 - 1930
- Usage: 1842 - 1930
Lexington lawyer and Attorney General of Va., 1902-1910
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
This box includes folders on Lucy P. Ackerly, the Alexander family, the Anderson family, the Baker family, the Beard family, James Beatty, the Bell family, the Bogan family, the Borden family, the Bowyer family, the Brooke family, and the Brown family.
Includes folders on Jean Cameron Agnew, Jeannie O. Abbott, John Agnor, Andrew Alexander, Archibald Alexander, John Alexander, Louise Houston Alexander, William Alexander, Archer Anderson, Ellen Anderson, Joseph Anderson, William A. Anderson, Armentrout, and Jacob Arnold.
This file contains a land grant for William A. Anderson for fifty five and a half acres of land in Rockbridge County along the South River. The file also includes a typescript document verifying the original land grant's validity, certified by the Commonwealth of Virginia's Land Office in Richmond, as well as a handrawn map of the area.
Collection relating to proposal to hang photos of McCormick family portraits in Rockbridge County Courthouse
This collection includes 35 items relating to a proposal to hang portraits of Cyrus, Leander, and Robert McCormick in the Rockbridge County Courthouse, including a memorandum from Cyrus Bentley II dated January 6, 1912 and copies of memoranda and correspondence from William A. Anderson, William G. McDowell, and other parties.
This collection consists of a contemporary copy of a photograph of William Alexander Anderson, his wife, and his daughter, Ellen, taken c. 1887.
This file includes a land survey for James Lackey of 569 acres of land in Botetourt county, surveyed by William Anderson.
This file consists of a land survey for Thomas McKnight for twenty seven and one fourth acres signed by William Anderson. Also includes a drawing of 162 acres.
This file consists of newspaper clippings about the campaign for the Lexington Old Folks Home and Orphanage, a pamphlet with information about the home, a charter signed by prominent Lexington citizens, and a photograph of Mrs. H. L. Walker with three orphans. Mrs. Walker was the president of the home.
This collection consists of three copies of a silver gelatin photograph taken on Washington and Lee University's campus of a reunion of members of the Liberty Hall Volunteers who survived the Civil War. The original photograph was taken July 14, 1910.