Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Found in 37 Collections and/or Records:
This file consists of a scrapbook of works written by Washington College student Alamby Miller between 1864-1868. Included are Virginia university magazines, clippings from the Southern Collegian, and original poetry. There is also a scrapbook titled Alamby Millington Miller by Professor James W. Massie dated 1870. This scrapbook is a typed biography including a letter from Alamby to his sister.
This collection contains approximately 90 miscellaneous items connected with the government and people of the Confederate States of America, including correspondence, official orders, almanacs, bonds, paper money, sheet music, memorabilia, and clippings.
This collection contains records (copies of clippings and Lee family correspondence, photographs of Lee Chapel) pertaining to the re-interment of Anne Carter Lee (Annie) in Lee Chapel, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia on September 29, 1994 from Warren County, North Carolina.
This collection contains principally scrapbooks relating to Bryan's service as U.S. ambassador to Brazil (1898-1902), Portugal (1903-1909), Belgium (1909-1911) and Japan (1911-1912) and containing newspaper clippings, press releases, photographs, postcards, greeting cards and other memorabilia. It also includes a scrapbook of family photographs, political memorabilia, and genealogy as well as political correspondence from 1879-1909.
This collection consists of certificates of appointment by United States President McKinley to Minister of Brazil, letters from President McKinley, news of the president's death, and of photos, clippings, and memorabilia related to McKinley.
This collection contains newspaper clippings, memorial programs, and biographical sketches relating to the life of and memorialization of John Alexander Graham.
This collection includes three booklets entitled: International conciliation, dated January 1936; After defense - what?, dated 1941; and Dollars for democracy, not dated. There is also a ten-page story entitled 'The committee to defend America by aiding the Allies'. Additionally, there are various letters and telegrams.
This collection consists of a minute book kept by the Executive Committee of the Seventh Ward Relief Association of Philadelphia during 1857 and 1858. It includes clippings of editorials in Phildelphia Evening Journal from 1860-1864.
This collection consists of Gaines' correspondence, speeches, photographs, and printed matter, such as programs and newspaper clippings. Also included is Gaines family genealogy.
This folder contains two newspaper articles about the Mrs. Sam Houston House, a Greek Revival house in Independence, TX, into which Margaret Houston and her eight children moved after her husband’s death.
This collection contains newspaper clippings of Dorman's poems, letters, and essays on various subjects published in the Lexington Gazette and other papers.
Principally concert programs, correspondence, clippings and photographs relating to the Washington and Lee Glee Club and its participation in the Fred Waring National College Glee Club competition, 1942. Includes personal correspondence mainly relating to his Washington and Lee career, 1926-1973.
This folder contains newspaper articles about the Jordan House and its preservation, as well as two copies of a paper entitled, “The Preservation of the Jordan House: A Suggestion,” written in 1939 by Leslie Lyle Campbell.
This folder contains a newspaper article concerning the Matheny House and its removal from Main Street.
This folder contains a newspaper article about the McCampbell Inn, owned by the Merediths (along with the Alexander-Withrow House). The article discusses the restoration of the McCampbell Inn as well as detailing information about Beth Braford Thompson, the innkeeper.
This folder contains a newspaper article about the history of Middleton "Mansion House."
This collection contains materials about the work of Washington and Lee University's University Photographer Patrick Hinely. Includes materials from three exhibits: two about Jazz musicians, one in Staniar Gallery and one at the Jazzinstitut Darmstadt in Germany, Europe's largest Jazz related research institution, the third about Rockbridge County. There are also several news articles from the Alumni Magazine and two other publications.
This collection consists of three scrapbooks and sets of photographs taken by Raymond J. Kirby. The scrapbooks contain photographs and newspaper clippings related to the flooding that occurred as a result of Hurricane Camille in August 1969. The photographs document damage from both Rockbridge and Nelson Counties and the City of Lexington. The collection also includes approximately 170 photographs of the construction of the Route 11 corridor bypass around Lexington, Virginia.
This folder contains two copies of a newspaper article about Riverside, home of the Shields family. The article discusses the history of the house and the Shields family.
This folder contains a newspaper article about the history of Savernake, owned by the Dickinson family.