Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of an undated photograph album, program from his Inauguration as President of Virginia Tech, The Techgram, May 1, 1949 and an official photogram taken by The Foster Studio in Richmond, Virginia. There are several postcards and letters sent to Ella Boyer, possibly a housekeeper in the Newman family.
The collection contains a photograph of the Norfolk & Western Passenger Station, in Marion, Virginia, n.d.
The collection contains a photograph of group believed to be Roanoke, Virginia employees of Norfolk & Western Railway Company.
This collection contains the photographs of Earl Palmer, an award-winning photographer from Cambria, Virginia, whose work depicted the landscape and traditional culture of rural Appalachia in Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. Materials date frome 1880 to 1989, but are primarily from the 1940s to the 1970s. The collection is divided among the following series: photographs, duplicate photographs, written materials, oversize photographs, and artifacts.
The collection consists of a bound notebook containing about 800 cyanotypes, 300 halftones and process illustrations, and 32 hand illustrated images of architecture ranging from Ancient Egypt until 1900. The notebook is an expandable binder filled with leaves of lined notebook paper, signed by Winifred Parsons and appears to have been made for a class assignment sometime between 1900-1906.
The collection includes two carte-de-visites of Mr. & Mrs. O. S. Pence, taken at Rees studio in Richmond, Virginia, c.1861-1865. Each is posed beside photographer's stock background and chair.
The Myrvin Lafe Pence Scrapbook and Class Photograph contains photographs, newspaper clippings, tickets, and other memorabilia from Pence's time as a student at Virginia Tech from 1918 to 1922.
The collection includes scripts, songs, lyrics, production designs, directing and production notebooks, press, interviews, audio and video recordings, and other materials related to Melinda Pittman's theatrical career.
The collection consists of a carte de visite of an unidentified man taken by photographer P. W. Poff from Pocahontas, Virginia.
The Price Family Collection includes letters, photograph albums, receipts, and other ephemera. The collection is divided into three series: Correspondence, Photographs and Artifacts, and Ephemera.