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This collection consists of publications and records from the George C. Marshall Research Library, generally from the 1960s and 1970s.
This collection consists of a copy of the "Lousia County Bicentennial Celebration: 1776 - 1976, A Heritage of Time," Volume No. 1.
This collection consists of records related to the history of Lynchburg, including Lynchburg Historical Society - Museum Papers.
This collection consists of historic maps of Lexington, Buena Vista, and Rockbridge County.
This collection's main item is a minute book containing records of the society's debates and business meetings from 1838-1843. It also includes a copy of the society's constitution and a poem written by a member.
This legal document details the repayment of Trimble's debt to Trace Decker of Rockbridge County. Trimble did not write the document herself but instead signed the document with a mark.
This collection contains historic photographs and documents primarily related to Rockbridge County, Virginia and vicinity.
This collection consists primarily of business papers of the family including sale lists, indentures, land surveys, deeds, wills, promissory notes, and numerous receipts. It also includes 71 photographs from the collection of Samuel W. McCown, Jr. (WLU 1919).
Also incuded is a verse in remembrance of visit to Black Wall Cave, January 30, 1914, by H. M. Vest, which makes reference to several Rockbridge County, Virginia boys.
This collection consists of printed digital scans and transcriptions of 40 letters written between 1848-1853 from Elijah Hogshead to his son Meredith William David Hogshead, who was a student at Washington College.
This collection consists of contact prints made from Michael Miley's glass plate negatives, which are owned by the Library of Virginia.
This collection includes information on Captain John McDowell's company and Captain John McKittrick's company.
This collection consists of an 1836 letter to Stockholders from the company's president, Alexander T. Barclay, and a report signed John C. Bowyer, dated 1838 December 5, to the Board of Public Works. Both of these documents are signed by the authors.
This collection includes 19th century bills and bank notes.
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 contains copies of sheet music and lyrics to a song written about Goshen Pass, Virginia. The song was copyrighted by Myrtle Davis in 1911.
This collection consists of files containing newspaper articles, history essays and writing, and photographs concerning Native American land, battles with colonial settlers, prominent figures, and forts in Rockbridge County. Many materials describe the Shawnee Tribe and their presence and relationship with settlers in Kerrs Creek, Abbs' Valley, Balcony Falls, and Hayes Creek Mound. Some materials concern the death of Chief Cornstalk, also known as Hokoleskwa, and the Kerrs Creek Massacre.
Collection consists of an audio cd and typed transcription of an oral history interview of Hal Myers. Sr., by Margaret G. Myers in 1972. Mr. Myers, born in 1898, was a retired merchant and postmaster from Forks of Buffalo, Amherst County, Virginia.
This dedger of a store in Brownsburg, Virginia contains records of the company's expenditures and inventory, including clothing, fabric, and dyes.