RHS Collection #0088 - #0093
Contains 24 Results:
This file includes a document of share in the Goodman Gold and Silver Mining Company, as well as the manuscript entitled "Rockbridge County Furnaces," which includes historical information and photographs concerning local furnaces.
This file contains an essay about the history of the California furance.
This file contains a manuscript copy of a historical background on the Glasgow Manganese Company.
This file contains copies of prospectus of the Iron Creek Iron property.
This file contains a prospectus and documents related to the Irish Creek Mineral and Development Company.
This folder contains a copy of Vol. 23 No. 2 edition of the Spring 1959 magazine "The Iron Worker."
This file contains three different copies of the Iron Worker magazine, one from Autumn 1957, one from Summer 1976, and a different edition of another Summer 1976 magazine.
This file contains two copies of the newspaper article "the Saga of Queen Lucy Selina Lives On" by Ruth B. Scott.
This file consists of materials related to the Rockbridge Company, including mortgages, materials on assets and liabilities, notes to some of the advantages possessed, and map showing the lands controlled by the Rockbridge Company.
This file contains a bound copy of a prospectus of the Savernake Steel and Tin Plate Company.
This file contains background information and typescript essay on the history of the Virginia Tin Mining and Manufacturing Company.
This file contains a copy of the essay "The Manufacture of Iron by William Weaver" by Douglas Ellinipsico Brady.
This file contains paper money from the 19th century.
This file consists of bank notes from First National Bank of Lexington Virginia.
This file contains a pamphlet dedicated to saving House Mountain from real estate development.
This file includes a handdrawn image with the caption "the Rockbridge Hills."
This collection includes 19th century bills and bank notes.
This collection contains a drawing of Rockbridge Hills and a pamphlet for "Committee to Save House Mountain."
This collection consists of one file with a copy of the Spring 1991 Augusta Historical Bulletin, published by the Augusta County Historical Society (founded in 1964).
This collection includes one file of sheet music, including a song entitled "Lexington" by Leslie Lyle Campbell, "The Marvelous Music Prodigy, Blind Tom, the Negro Boy Pianist," a book of Banjo Music for G.D. Letcher, and early 20th century dance scores and instructions.
Includes a Southern States Cooperative brochure, "Let's Sing," Southern States Book of Songs, no date.
This file contains a photocopied image of Victoria Furnace, as well as a photocopied essay on West Virginia History entitled "William Nelson Page: Traditionalist Entrepeneur of the Virginias."