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This collection contains administrative and teaching records, such as art course materials, departmental correspondence, photographs, and art exhibition materials from Dean Carter (1922-2013), professor and former head of the Art Department at Virginia Tech from 1950-1992.
The collection contains two letters to Gorham Dummer Gilman, a resident of Boston, in which John Conness writes of a book, Gold Stories of '49, by Nuima Smith.
This collection contains a handwritten letter to Goodrick Wilson from Mary and Virginia Crockett dated January 13, 1958. The letter discusses the history of the St. Peter's Church in New Kent and its connection to the American Revolutionary War (1775-1783).
This collection contains professional records and personal correspondence of Charles W. Hardin, a physician from Augusta County, Virginia.
This collection contains correspondence and personal items belonging to Nelson M. Magee, a 1952 graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Correspondence includes letters and cards sent to Magee while he was a V.P.I. student from 1948 to 1952.
This collection contains a typescript letter from and about the New River Bulletin, a twenty-eight column weekly in New River Depot, Virginia, in 1885.
This collection contains a short letter from Charles A. Townsend, chief clerk of the United States of America, while at Guantánamo, Cuba, on August 14, 1898, during the Spanish American War, to his brother, Joseph Townsend. The letter discusses events during the Spanish-American War in Puerto Rico, including racist remarks about the "colored" troops fighting in the war.
This collection contains two empty envelopes from the commisioning of the aircraft carrier, the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, on October 18, 1977, named in honor of the late U.S. President. The envelope also has the name of the Captain of the ship, who was William E. Ramsey.
This collection contains a letter written by Private Oscar L. Whitelaw of the 15th Vermont Infantry Regiment of the Union Army on December 20, 1862, during the American Civil War. Whitelaw describes the march from Camp Vermont to the Fairfax County Courthouse, as well as camp life, Confederates in Richmond, and his feelings about the war.
This collections contains papers and letters addressed to Henry Whitman, the Justice of the Peace for Wythe County, Virginia, in the mid-1800s. Most documents contain information about different legal dispitutes and issues. Two relate to the purchasing of a bridle and of leather, and another letter relates information about the American Civil War.
- Subject: Letters X
- Ephemera 3
- Virginia, Southwest 3
- Civil War 2
- Correspondence 2
- Local/Regional History and Appalachian South 2
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 2
- African Americans -- History 1
- Art, American -- Virginia -- 20th century 1
- Augusta County (Va.) 1
- Faculty 1
- Folk, historical, and patent medicine 1
- Legal instruments (Legal documents) 1
- Newsletters 1
- Nuclear ships 1
- Religion 1
- Rockbridge County (Va.) 1
- Smyth County (Va.) 1
- Spanish-American War, 1898 1
- Students and alumni 1
- University Archives 1
- University History 1 ∧ less
- Carter, Dean, 1922-2013 1
- Conness, John, 1821-1909 1
- Crockett, Mary 1
- Crockett, Virginia 1
- Dwight D. Eisenhower (Aircraft carrier : CVN-69) 1
- Magee, Nelson M. 1
- Roberts, Lou Anne 1
- St. Peter's Parish Church (New Kent County, Va.) 1
- Townsend, Charles A. 1
- Triplett, Louise 1
- Virginia Polytechnic Institute (1944-1970) 1
- Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Department of Art and Art History 1
- Whitelaw, Oscar Livingston, 1841-1917 1
- Whitman, Henry 1 ∧ less