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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.
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 two silver gelatin prints of the Murray House or 'Apple Cottage,' 6 Jordan Street, Lexington, Va.
A survey and small map, dated 1818, of 115 acres of land in Rockbridge County, Virginia, which belonged to James Willson. The survey includes the names William Cunningham, Jonathan Poague, Rueben Grigsby, and Thomas McFarland, whose lands border the Willson property. The North Fork of the James River and Mill Creek are also mentioned in the survey.
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.
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.
Papers include funding requests, planning documents, conference reports, annual reports, and financial statements from the programs and projects supported by the Total Action against Poverty organization in Roanoke Valley and the Cabell Brand Center for International Poverty and Resource Studies. These programs and projects include Harrison Museum of African American Culture, Human Resource Foundation, Project Discovery, Second Harvest, Virginia CARES, and Virginia Water Project.
This is a Washington and Lee University Honors Thesis by graduating senior David W. Piner with co-authors Charles N. Watson and David T. Moore. Includes bibliographical references. These students were advised by John M. McDaniel.
Scrapbooks contains approximately 150 photographs and newspaper clippings (all annotated by Kirby) on the Camille Flood of August 1969 (photographs include Nelson County and Buena Vista, Virginia) and approximately 170 photographs of the construction of the Route 11 corridor bypass around the City of Lexington, Virginia.
A receipt for the purchase of an enslaved African American girl named Charlotte who was sold by Samuel Mosby to David Anderson Jr. for $258 on June 16, 1828 in Hanover, Virginia. Joseph Mosby also signed the document as a witness.