WLU Coll PP. Print and Photographic Collections
Found in 177 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of a color postcard of 'The Garden' in Rockbridge Alum Springs, Virginia c. 1910.
This collection consists of a color postcard of the YMCA island playgrounds in Lynchburg, Virginia.
This collection consists of a color postcard printed by Marken & Bieleld, Inc., of the Natural Bridge Hotel in Natural Bridge, Va.
This collection consists of a black and white postcard of the trestle and bridge on North River in Lexington, Virginia. The postcard is credited to Cyrus Hall McCormick Library, Washington and Lee.
This collection consists of a postcard printed by Louis Kaufmann & Sons, Baltimore, Maryland of Union Station, Harrisonburg, Virginia. The image shows men waiting for the train. The station closed in 1941.
This collection consists of seven postcards of The Homestead Resort in Hot Springs, Virginia. The images include interior and exterior views of the resort and a view of the Cascades Golf Couse.
A 20th century colored print reproduction of artist Thomas Lawrence's portrait of Napoleon II as a child.
Photograph postcard taken at the Tercentennial (300th anniversary) exposition of Jamestown, Va. in 1907. The last names of the three people are Dunlap (from Rockbridge), Anderson, and Arnold.
- This collection consists of:
- an image of the 'Seven Bends of the Shenandoah River'
- an image of the Appalachian Trail seen from the Shenandoah National Park
- an image of the Luray Singing Tower
- an image of a view of Skyline Drive North from Hawkbill Mountain at Shenandoah National Park, Va.
- an image of Mountain laurel in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia
- an image of Upper Falls, White Oak Canyon, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia
A carte de visite sized engraving of General John B. Floyd in uniform by engraver 'Chas. Magnus, 12 Frankfort St, NY.' The image of Floyd is bordered by a decorative red oval. It resembles a trading card. Floyd was 31st governor of Virginia and a Confederate general in the American Civil War.
This collection consists of a souvenir calendar of Lexington, Va. for 1901. It includes images of Washington and Lee, Virginia Military Institute, and Recumbant Lee statue by Edward V. Valentine.
Post card shows an aerial view of Staunton, VA, Nd. c.1890; Dimensions: 3 12" x 5 1/2"; Names of Staunton Development Company Officials inscribed at the bottom.
This collection consists of an engraving of John C. Calhoun. The original daguerreotype was taken by Matthew Brady and the engraving was done by R. E. Babson & J. Andrews.
An original steel engraving by J. L. Pease with a facsimile of his autograph, c. 1856.
This collection consists of 308 digital files of photographs taken by student Steele Burrow duing the 2012 Mock Convention at Washington and Lee University.
This collection consists of three color photographs. One is of the 'Landmark' building. One is of a house on the corner of 21st Street and Chestnut Street, and one is of the original Buena Vista Courthouse, which is now the Buena Vista Public Library. The buildings date from 1895-1910.
A small tintype photograph of a suited man with a hat taken by Woodrich of Albany, New York. The tintype was discovered during a research survey called BookTraces by a team of scholars from the University of Virginia. The tintype was within a copy of the "Works of William Gilmore Simms."
Two photographs of the students of the Hamilton's School House at Rapp's Mill in Southwest Rockbridge County, VA. Some student's names are written on the back of one of the images, but not all are identified. This picture was taken sometime in the second half of the 19th century. It is unclear when the second photograph was taken, though it appears to be of the same era
Two photographs of the Morris House located on the front campus of Washignton and Lee University. One image is a second generation print from an earlier negative of a snow covered Morris House - possibly taken by Michale Miley around 1900. The second photo is a snapshot fro the late 1960s. The house in 2022 is used as a campus guest house.
An outdoor photograph of Walter Downie holding a painted banner draped over a cow that reads: 'This is no bull, Walt Downie for Vice President'. The image was taken during Downie's successful run for Washington and Lee University student body vice - president during the 1941 winter term. Walter Downie graduated from Washington and Lee in 1942 and returned to his home state of Texas where he was a rancher. He died in 1999. An unknown man is also in the image seated and milking the cow.