Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
The leather stamp case is in a protective cover marked "Moore Brothers"—a store previously located in Bristol, Virginia/Tennessee. The stamp case is monogrammed with the initials "I.C.F."
The August Dietz Civil War Collection contains materials originally collected by August Dietz, Richmond, VA, philatelist and printer. The collection contains single editions of Civil War-era newspapers, photographs, a woodcut and prints, quartermaster records, playing cards, a handwritten memoir, correspondence, and reproductions of stamps from the Civil War.
Recordings of Mel Felton and the Southern Colonels dance orchestra, including seven original 1946 acetate recordings from the Marine Room of Isle of Palms, South Carolina, together with a 2014 compact disc containing digital conversions from the original recordings.
Collection consists of an electrotype replica of the Great Seal of the Confederate States of America, along with a letter of authentication, dated 6 March 1874, from J.S. and A.B. Wyon of London, England, the engravers of the original Great Seal made for the Confederacy in 1864.
This collection includes documents related to the production and dissemination of George Grigg's and John Carnochan's computer-animated film, produced while students at Virginia Tech from 1969 through 1970 using FORTRAN.
The collection contains a HokieBird Bobblehead with its hand raised to represent the number one. Presumably made by the company PPi Sports, the bobblehead likely dates from the 2000s or 2010s.
The Lyric Theatre Collection contains lobby cards, event programs, film flyers, and several film-related newsletters, dating from 1922 to 2006. The majority of the collection consists of lobby cards (1936-1979) and film flyers (undated, but mostly c.1920s-1950s).
This collection contains pamphlets separated from the Lynne Olver Cookbook Collection, as well as some email correspondence related to scholarship by Olver and a personal objects. The pamphlets make up the majority of the collection, represent several hundred different companies, and date from about the 1890s-the early 2000s.
Osborne 1 microcomputer, c. 1982, with boot disk for CP/M operating system, WordStar word processing software, Boardroom Graphics (Ver. 3.0) analytical software, and additional 5.25" floppy disks.