Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains a carte de visite is of an unidentified woman taken by photographer W. A. Johnston from Rural Retreat, Virginia.
The collection contains a scrapbook of images from the liquor store window at the St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco, California. The collection likely dates from about the 1950s, though none of the items are specifically dated.
The collection includes stereoviews, mostly of Civil War-era or Civil War-related images. Items in the collection are individually described in the contents list of the finding aid.
Please note: Stereoviews can be viewed without equipment, but Special Collections does have a stereoscope available upon request.
This collection contains several series of materials: correspondence to and from Sherwood Anderson, correspondence and research files about Sherwood Anderson, and a small group of photographs, audio, video, and graphic art materials. Materials generated by Anderson date from 1918-1940. Other materials date from about 1929-2006.
The collection consists of 23 cabinet cards featuring individuals, couples, children, and adults. Images were taken by photographers and photographic studios in Bristol, TN/VA, Bluefield, West Virginia., and several towns in Southwest Virginia.
The collection includes 7 photographs showing U. S. Army Air Corps bombers and group bombing exercises. The photographs were taken during inspection and training exercises based out of Langely Field, near Hampton, Virginia, during March and April 1928.
This photograph is of an unidentified woman taken at an undetermined date.
The collection consists of a photograph of an unnamed Union soldier during the American Civil War.
The University Relations Slide Collection contains photographic slides from the Virginia Tech University Relations department. Photos are generally of events and people on campus from the 1980s through the 2000s.
The collection includes a letter by Henry Van Pelt to "Frank," dated November 15, 1862, as well as an undated CDV of Van Pelt taken during the Civil War.