Roanoke County (Va.)
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
An Historical Map of Roanoke County, Virginia
Historical map shows locations of significant events in Roanoke County, Virginia. This map also includes county and military history, as well as a small map of the town of Salem.
An Historical Map of Roanoke County, Virginia (from The Roanoke Times)
Historical map shows locations of significant events in Roanoke County, Virginia. This map, taken from page C-8 of The Roanoke Times on September 29, 1986, also includes county and military history.
M. Rupert Cutler Papers
W. O. Goodwin & Company Account Books
The collection contains account books that provide names of customers and descriptions of items purchased from W. O. Goodwin & Company, a general mercantile store in Glenvar (Roanoke County), Virginia, during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Map of Roanoke City, Metropolitan Area, Salem and Vinton, Virginia, (2 copies),
Map of Roanoke County, Showing Primary and Secondary Highway Systems, and Map of Subdivisions of Roanoke County (2 maps)
Maps are labeled 81 and 81-A. Map 81 shows major routes within Roanoke County, Virginia, with some inset maps showing road systems of smaller towns. It also contains mileage tabulation for the county. Map 81-A shows maps of subdivisions in the county.
Map of Roanoke County, Virginia
Full title reads, "Map of Roanoke County, Virginia, compiled from actual surveys, land maps, and data furnished by the Appalachia Electric Power Co., Virginia State Highway Dept., Norfolk & Western R. R., Virginian Railway" Map contains table of distances, statistics of Roanoke City, Salem, Vinton, and Roanoke County, historical origin of the city, and legend.
Map of Roanoke County, Virginia,
Map of Roanoke County, Virginia. C. B. Malcolm and Son, 1956. 34 x 28 in. [FOLDER B-4]
Map Showing Proposed Annexation of Virginia Heights, Raleigh Court, Wasena, Ghent and Norwich, Roanoke County, Va.
Map is in blueprint, focusing on the city plan.
Postcards from Appalachia,
Postcards from Appalachia contains postcards depicting various landmarks, locations, and scenery in the Appalachian region during the first half of the 20th century.