Wythe County (Va.)
Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
Postcards from Appalachia contains postcards depicting various landmarks, locations, and scenery in the Appalachian region during the first half of the 20th century.
The collection includes two original letters, one 1936 handwritten copy of an 1861 letter, and an undated letter. All correspondence relates to the Repass and Spangler families of Wythe County, Virginia.
This broadside supports Congressional Reconstruction, and opposes backsliding Republicans.
This collection contains a ledger book, circa 1914, containing academic work of students (math, history, and english). Each page includes the name and grade of the student, as well as the teacher.
Rural Retreat Produce & Milling Company until 1911, then Rural Retreat Water Mills. Ledger begins in 1915 and includes more than 200 customer names and accounts, plus records of items purchased.
This collection contains papers from the Shugart Family of Southwest Virginia, created between 1811 and 1876.
The collection contains project files and drawings related to more than 1,500 residences, churches, businesses, schools, and community buildings, predominantly in the Roanoke and Southwest Virginia area, designed by Smithey & Boynton, mostly between 1935 and 1957.
The collection consists of a letter by Robert Snavely to a "Valued Friend" (Mr. J. N. Huddle) from Rural Retreat, Virginia, written 1876.