WLU Coll PP. Print and Photographic Collections
Found in 177 Collections and/or Records:
A black and white photograph of a print of Governor John Letcher.
A black and white photograph of a print of Richard Lee I, also known as the 'Immigrant,' who was the first Lee family member to settle in America. He was the three times great grandfather of Robert E. Lee.
This collection consists of a color photograph of a large sign painted on an exterior wall of Beatty's Mill in Rockbridge County, Virginia. The sign reads 'J. W. Beatty flour, feed, meal' and 'Ballard's Famous Insurance Feeds and Obelisk Flour.'
One print copy of a 19th century oil portrait of Julia Rush Junkin, who was the wife of Reverend George Junkin. The original painting is in private hands.
This collection consists of a copy of a photograph of Annfield, the birthplace of Mrs. Robert E. Lee, in Clark County, Virginia.
Photograph of Arthur Everett "Pappy" Lewis, Athletics Dept. assistant Richard A. Smith, and an unknown man.
A photograph of Washington and Lee University Athletics Dept. members Arthur Everett 'Pappy' Lewis (varsity head football coach), Richard A. Smith (varsity baseball coach), and a third unknown man, presumably part of the Washington and Lee sports community.
This collection consists of an albumen photograph of Bent Mountain High School, which was established in 1915 in Bent Mountain, Virginia. The photograph includes men, women, and children in front of the school.
A photograph identified as B. H. Herrick, c. 1970 - 1990?. No further information is included and this image is likely not Professor of Economics, Emeritus, Bruce Hale Herrick who died in July 2012.
This collection consists of an albumen photograph of the Bruton Parish Episcopal Church in Williamsburg, Virginia c. 1875-1885. The image includes two people sitting on the ledge outside of the church.
This collection consists of a photograph of the Buffalo Forge Train Station. It is explained on the back of the photo that it was taken on the way to Roanoke, Va. The man in the photograph is most likely Frank Tardy.
This collection consists of a copy of a photograph of the cave where Phoebe Cunningham was held captive in 1795.
This collection consists of an 8 x 11 black and white image of the congregation of the Chestnut Grove Church, which was an outpost church of the New Monmouth Presbyterian Church of Rockbridge County, Va. Included are the identifications of the members as well as a small photocopy of the front of the church. Surnames include Thurston, Weeks, Johnson, Hotinger, Logan, Plogger, Robinson, and Miller. The image was taken about 1946.
This collection consists of a full plate mounted albumen photograph of Christ Church in Alexandria, Virginia. The photograph was inscribed to Benson J. Lossing by General William Reading Montgomery between 1864 and 1871. The handwritten inscription mentions history of Christ Church, including George Washington's pew being intact. A second inscription reads 'Photograph By Hartman Marshall House Alexandria, Va.'
This photo of Representative Fergusson was taken in DC during his time as a representative of New Mexico.
A photograph of Congressman Hayes. No other information is available, though it can be estimated that this photograph was taken during the early 1900s and is a similar size, format, and markings, as other photographs in the general collection - they were likely published together. See related resources below.
This collection consists of an albumen photograph of D. C. Humphreys' home in Lexington, Virginia. Humphreys was a professor at Washington and Lee University.
This collection consists of a contemporary copy of an earlier photograph of Jordan's Point at East Lexington, Virginia and includes the train trestle and covered bridge both spanning the Maury River.
An oval silverprint photograph of nineteen year old Elizabeth Huntington Gibb taken before the annual Washington and Lee University Fancy Dress Ball in 1915.
This collection consists of a single photograph of Fort Phantom Hill, Texas, likely taken during the 1940s. The image shows multiple stone structures with chimney ruins in the background.
This photograph is a platinum print of a Washington and Lee University (WLU) alumnus Frank Howard or possibly his younger brother Harry Howard. The siblings both attended WLU at the same time and graduated in the class of 1875.
A photograph of Henry De La Warr Flood (September 2, 1865 – December 8, 1921). He was a Representative from the Commonwealth of Virginia to the United States House of Representatives. Flood graduated from Washington and Lee University in 1885.
This collection consists of an albumen photograph of the Holy Trinity Church in Coventry, England. The image shows the church in the distance and a man fishing in a body of water in front of the church.
A copy of a photograph of James R. Echols. The original of this image, location unknown, was likely created approximately in the 1960s. The James Echols in this image could have been a Sociology graduate student at the University of Virginia in the late 1940's - otherwise no information is known about the individual.
This collection consists of a photographic print of a bronze plaque dedicated in 1952 to Jennie Jerome, mother of Prime Minister Winston Churchill. The plaque is on Henry Street in Brooklyn, New York, the birth place of Jennie.