WLU Coll PP. Print and Photographic Collections
Found in 177 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains digital scans of 11 aerial photographs of Big and Little House mountain and Lexington, Virginia, which were taken by Washington and Lee Professor Emeritus Cleveland Hickman Jr.
A collection of 17 photographs, copies, and postcards related to Thomas Jonathan 'Stonewall' Jackson, his first wife Elinor Junkin and second wife Mary anna Morrison. The collection includes two original cartes de visite. One, a retouched image of Jackson in his pre - Civil War U.S. Army uniform without a photographer's imprint and the other, a view of his grave by Michael Miley, of Lexington, Va., c. 1870 - 75.The postcards date to the mid 20th century.
This collection consists of a color postcard of the equestrian statue of Stonewall Jackson in Charlottesville, Va. The sculptor was Charles Keck, and the postcard was published by the Roanoke Photo Finishing Co., Roanoke, Va.
This collection consists of an image that shows an elderly couple viewing the memorial. A large evergreen wreath with flowers is hanging on the memorial.
This collection consists of a single 8 x 6 photograph of eleven Confederate veterans standing in front of a home in Romney, West Va. The veterans are identified, and included is the inscription from the reverse of the original photograph. It says, 'Entertained at the home of John J. Cornwell and wife in honor of J. D. Parsons and his ex-confederate comrades, March 1915.'
Copies of Photographs of Middleton, Scott, Drummond, and Jones Family of Lexington, Va. and Possibly New Hampshire
Modern copies of images of late 19th century African-American family. Images date 1880 to 1917.
Modern copy of carte de visite photograph of James Edward Allan Gibbs (1829–1902). The Rockbridge County, Va. inventor was a partner in the Wilcox and Gibbs Sewing Machine Company.
This is a copy of a photograph of a theater backdrop that was painted by Cy Twombly in Lexington, Virginia. The location and name of the theater production is unknown.
A contemporary copy of a late 19th century photograph of James Marshall Hanger (November 12, 1833 – August 26, 1912). Hanger was an Augusta County (Va.) and served in the Civil War and later in the Virginia House of Delegates. He was Speaker of the Va. House of Delegates from 1871 until 1877.
A copy of an original photograph of students of the class of 1961 Lylburn Downing High School in Lexington, Virginia during their freshman year of 1957. Lylburn Downing School was an African - American school built in 1927. Student Amy Linette Tinsley is identified in the photograph.
Two modern print copies of an ambrotype of George Lewis Dull in his Confederate uniform. The original photograph was taken by Richmond, Va. photographer Charles Rees
This collection consists of a contemporary copy of an earlier cabinet photo, c. 1883-1910, of the New Monmouth Presbyterian Church. The image shows the front of the church with members of the congregation casually posed for the photo.
The image is copied from a photograph printed in the 1920 Washington and Lee yearbook, The Calyx. It includes the DeHart Hotel, the 'Mullberry Hill' residence, and the Spottswood Styles residence, now which is now Woods Creek Montessori School. The image predates Route 60 West. Though the photographer is not identified, it is likely Michael Miley.
This collection consists of a contemporary copy of a photograph of William Alexander Anderson, his wife, and his daughter, Ellen, taken c. 1887.
A 2015 copy of an original photograph of the Runkle family farm west of Brownsburg, Rockbridge County, Va. the farm is now called 'Blue Grass Farm.'. The photograph shows Runkle family members in the foreground of their 19th century brick federal style brick home. Outbuildings are visible in the background. People in the image include John Alexander Runkle and his wife Annie Ardelia Arehart Runkle with daughters Maggie, Katherine. Sons David and Stuart could also be in the image.
A total of 15 postcards from the early 20th century (1905 - 1930) with subjects that include: Musée du Louvre; Paris, France; East Lexington, Va., Old Deerfield, Ma., Lexington, Ky., London, England; Washington and Lee University, VA; Chicago; Stonewall Jackson on horseback, Tucker Hall at Washington and Lee University, and Woodrow Wilson prior to his presidency. One of Woodrow Wilson postcards is 1912 presidential campaign related and one is real photo portrait.
The E. Norma P. Graham Collection consists of printed and photographic images of European architectural landmarks. Sizes of the prints vary. Some are in postcard format. These are not original works and were likely collected during a European tour. Landmarks included are Cascade du Cerisey, Cauterets, France, Paestum, Italy, the Acropolis, Athens, Greece, The Palermo Cathedral, Italy, and the cloister of the abbey of Monreale, Italy.
Advertisement for Edgeworth Extra High Grade Smoking Tobacco on ink blotter paper. The company was based in Richmond, Virginia. The item is undated.
An engraving of General Wade Hampton. Wade Hampton, III (1818-1902) was a South Carolina plantation owner and politician who served as a Confederate general during the Civil War.
A modern photographic copy of a Civil war period image of Fitzhugh Lee, Confederate cavalry commander, governor of Virginia and nephew of R.E. Lee. The original image was likely made by Julian Vannerson of Richmond, Va.
Images are contemporary copies of scrapbook photographs that likely dated between 1920 and 1950. One image shows a wooden gazebo. The other shows a hotel-like dwelling with a covered porch. McCown Springs was also known as All Healing Springs. Original source of photographs is unknown. Copies were made by Special Collections staff. Also included are two original photos.
A group of 5 'Pocket Kodak' photographs of members of the Graham Family, of Lexington, Va., dated March 1896. Images include Williamson Graham, Lizzie Graham, Maggie Graham (2), and an unknown member or friend of the family.
Two original photographs of young girls, each dated March 4th, 1896. One image includes Louise Haskins and May Haskins and the other shows Louise Haskins and Lucy Patton. Both small images are 'Pocket Kodaks.' The photographs are the same format and size and include same handwriting on their backs as collection WLU PP # 0120 - Graham Family Photographs.