Yellow Sulphur Springs Sale Broadside,
Scope and Contents
This broadside advertises the sale of the Yellow Sulphur Springs resort, taking place on August 14, 1943. The broadside details the property and buildings that were being sold, the location of the public auction, the terms of sale, and the commissioners charged with the duty of selling the resort. According to the broadside, the sale included 54 acres of land on which the hotel, rows of cottages, and other amenities were located.
Language of Materials
The material in the collection is in English.
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The Yellow Sulphur Springs resort was built by Charles Taylor between Blacksburg and Christiansburg, Virginia, around 1810. By the 1850s, however, it was a flourishing resort with multiple buildings on the premises. These structures included a grand hotel, guest cottages, and a gazebo under which guests could drink the restorative waters. The resort is the only surviving resort of its kind in Southwest Virginia from the ante-bellum period. Today, the Yellow Sulphur continues to welcome guests, offering healing spa treatments in a relaxing rural setting.
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The Yellow Sulphur Springs broadside advertises the sale of the mineral springs resort located in Montgomery County, Virginia.
The collection is arranged chronologically.
Source of Acquisition
The Yellow Sulphur Springs Sale Broadside was donated to Special Collections.
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This item has been digitized and is available online.
Rights Statement for Archival Description
The guide to the Yellow Sulphur Springs Sale Broadside by Special Collections and University Archives, Virginia Tech, is licensed under a CC0 (https://creativecommons.org/share-your-work/public-domain/cc0/).
The processing, arrangement, and description of the Yellow Sulphur Springs Sale Broadside commenced and was completed in July 2009.
- A Guide to the Yellow Sulphur Springs Sale Broadside, 1943
- Yellow Sulphur Springs Sale Broadside
- Lora Settle
- 2009 (CC0 1.0)
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