Virginia -- Covington
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
This folder contains a handwritten personal correspondence from John White Brockenbrough to an unknown sir. It mentions military movements throughout the region specifically related to Averell's Raid. The movement of General Fitzhugh Lee and his company to Covington, VA are mentioned. Collierstown and Craig's Creek as well as Generals William 'Mudwall' Jackson and Jubal Early are also mentioned.
This collection contains postcards by the Photo Views Company in Oak Hill, Virginia. Included are postcards of Michie's Tavern near Charlottesville, Hot Springs, Falling Springs Branch between Hot Springs and Covington, Route 39 near Afton, and a view from Route 60, Route 60 Bridge near Covington, and Blue Ridge Terrace in Afton.
This collection consists of a panoramic real photo postcard of Falling Springs Branch between Hot Springs and Covington, VA.
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 panoramic real photo post card of a bridge on Route 60 near Covington, Va., in Allegheny County.