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Oral history project designed to interview African-American residents of Roanoke, Virginia, on the cultural, social, and political history of blacks in the city. Collection consists of approximately forty-six interviews. Transcripts available for forty of the interviews.
The Piedmont Tuberculosis Sanatorium (Burkeville, Virginia) Collection includes materials from 1926-1971. The collection contains information relating to the operation of the sanatorium from 1918-1965. The collection contains administrative papers, published works of doctors, ephemera, and images.
Two-page letter from Lucy Randolph of New Market, Virginia, to Patsy, a woman she formerly enslaved.
The G. E. Roberts Letter contains information pertaining to an African American man shooting a white doctor, Dr. Hammet, in Christiansburg, VA. The letter is written to Walter J. Reeve in Central Depot, VA on February 8, 1874.
The Jacob Sherman Legal Documents contain a complaint of Jacob Sherman and the testimony of Burgess R. Linkous regarding the sale of an enslaved person in Western Virginia in 1858.
- Women -- History 2
- Blacksburg (Va.) 1
- Community theater 1
- Correspondence 1
- Faculty 1
- Medicine 1
- Montgomery County (Va.) 1
- Roanoke (Va.) 1
- Slavery -- United States 1
- University Archives 1
- University History 1
- Virginia -- History 1 ∧ less
- Carter, H. G. (Harry Gilmore), 1886-1926 1
- Currin, Lynch Alexander, 1812-1871 1
- Fulton, Andrew Steele, 1800-1884 1
- Hammet, James Preston, d. 1879 1
- Kinzer, Edward Hower, 1831-1866 1
- Lee, Hyo Keun 1
- Linkous, Burgess Riley, 1827-1902 1
- Patsy (enslaved person) 1
- Piedmont Tuberculosis Sanatorium (Burkeville, Va.) 1
- Randolph, Lucy 1
- Roberts, George E. , 1834-1887 1
- Scott, Charles W. 1
- Sherman, Jacob, b. 1781 1
- Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and Polytechnic Institute (1896-1944) 1 ∧ less