WLU Coll PP. Print and Photographic Collections
Found in 177 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of two matted albumen photographs of the 'Old Monmouth' church. The images are almost identical.
This collection consists of two photographs by Michael Miley matted onto one card. The two images of Pulpit Rock are almost identical. The card contains a description of Natural Bridge on the back.
This collection consists of two photographs of Rice Hotinger's home in Kerr's Creek, Virginia. One image includes vintage cars and chickens.
A real photograph postcard of Washington and Lee University ambulance driver James Rowan (WLU class of 1914) standing in front of his ambulance in France during the First World War. The second image in this collection is of Robert P. Rowan in his military uniform wearing the U.S. Army's Distinguished Service Cross awarded to him for his heroism in combat as a corporal in Company A, of the 116th Infantry. The Rowan brothers were from Greenville, Augusta County, Virginia.
Six contemporary photographic copies of earlier of scenes along the Lexington and Longdale branches of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. Two images in this collection are from the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Historical Society and cannot be reproduced without its permission. One of the photographs is attributed to Randolph Kean. The four smaller photos are copy prints from early student scrapbooks from WLU manuscripts.
One original photograph, as well two copies of a different photographs of the Highland Belle School in Lexington, VA circa 1938. The children pictured are identified on the back of each image. Surnames of students include Swink, Smith, Shoemaker, McCown, Black, Muterspaw, Johnson, Horne, Davis, Hostetter, Campbell, Doran, Johnston, Linburg, and Ayers
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.
This collection consists of two silver gelatin prints of the Murray House or 'Apple Cottage,' 6 Jordan Street, Lexington, Va.
12 photographs of Washington and Lee University campus which include the colonnade and academic buildings, Lee Chapel, Doremus gym, dorms, and fraternity houses. The photographs were taken by Army officer J.W. 'Bill' Stevens, who attended the U.S. Army's School for Personnel Services hosted by Washington and Lee University during World War Two.
An assortment of approximately eighty-three photographs and negatives of Washington and Lee University's Reid Hall. The images span about one hundred years and include modern copies of earlier images as well as original photos.
One original carte de visite (cdv) of Washington College taken by Lexington photographers Joseph Kelly and Samuel Pettigrew, circa 1865-1866. The prominent buildings of the Colonnade are labeled with a key on the reverse.
This collection consists of a color postcard of Washington's Tomb in Mount Vernon, Virginia. The image shows four women waiting outside the gate to the tomb.
This collection consists of a color postcard of Old Humpback Bridge near Covington, Virginia. The postcard was written by G. Black to Miss Mary Rader of Lexington, Virginia on June 11, 1947.
This collection consists of a black and white postcard that is a reproduction of a photograph of Valley Service Station and Cabins on J. C. Wilhelm's property in Kerr's Creek, Virginia.
This collection contains a color postcard of 'The Chimney Rocks, Shenandoah Valley, Va.' c. 1910.
This collection consists of a postcard of a parade on Main Street in Lexington, Virginia. The photo is credited to Mr. W. L. Hess, Jr. and was printed by the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities.
This collection consists of a color postcard of Peaks of Otter in Bedford County, Virginia. The postcard has a letter on the back addressed to Miss May Rader. The postcard was printed by J.P. Bell Company, Lynchburg, Virginia. Also included is a color postcard of the interior of the Peaks of Otter Restaurant and Lodge.