Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
"Controversy between the Rev. William Hill, D. D.: Late Pastor of the Presbyterian Congregation of Winchester, Va. and Certain Members of the Session", 1825
This collection contains the records of various women's missionary societies in the Lexington Presbyterian Church (Lexington, Virginia), including minutes written by Margaret Junkin Preston and Ellen Glasgow. There is also a handwritten history (one page, front and back) of the Presbytery that explains the connection between Washington College, Lexington Presbyterian Church, and the Presbytery, which was written circa 1824.
Collection includes information on all aspects of criminal activities handled by the U. S. Postal Inspection Service (including mail fraud, drug trafficking, bombs, child pornography, and identity theft) as well as criminal cases undertaken by the Inspection Service for other government agencies, particularly the Department of Justice. Some examples of these cases are the Robert Hanssen spy case, the Ruby Ridge and Waco cases, and the anthrax crisis of 2001.
There are two volumes of carbon copied letters from Francis Thomas Anderson Junkin to many notable Lexington, Virginia families as well as several photographs and pamphlets.
This folder contains Herring Hall Inn and Restaurant pamphlets, which include a small map showing the location of Herring Hall and contact information.
This file consists of a pamphlet from the McCormick Celebration held by Washington and Lee Unversity on September 25, 1931.
This pamphlet about the Peabody Summer Normal School contains a list of faculty, information on board and lodging, what to expect during the sessions, photographs of scenic views taken by Michael Miley including some on Washington and Lee University's campus, and local business advertisements. The summer session was under the direction of Dr. Charles H. Winston of Richmond College. A normal school is now frequently called a teacher's college.
This file consists of two old publications and a Washington and Lee University broadside. The publication are entitled 'The University Monthly: A Journal of School and Home,' 1871, and 'Southern Literary Messenger,' August 1839.