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Wythe County (Va.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: If you use this subject heading, please use "Local/Regional History," too.

Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:

Aaron Snavely Poem

Identifier: Ms-2009-001

The collection contains a poem by Aaron Snavely, titled "Remember Sarah Jane," lamenting the recent death and burial of Snavely's wife.

Dates: [1863?]

Robert Snavely Letter

Identifier: Ms-1987-020

The collection consists of a letter by Robert Snavely to a "Valued Friend" (Mr. J. N. Huddle) from Rural Retreat, Virginia, written 1876.

Dates: 1876

Speedwell Quandrangle

 Collection — Object 1
Identifier: Map-0801

Tarter Family Papers,

Identifier: Ms-2012-021

The collection includes a letter from J. W. & Susan M. Tarter to J. W.'s brother, Confederate soldier James H. Tarter; a CSA envelope, and James H.'s Oath of Allegiance certificate.

Dates: 1862, 1865, undated

Tarter Family Papers, 1862, 1865 (Ms2012-021)

 Digital Record
Identifier: Ms2012-021

James Tarter Ledgers

Identifier: Ms-2022-061

This collection contains financial documents, personal records, and ephemera related to the medical practice of Dr. James E. Tarter of Wytheville, Virginia.

Dates: 1881 - 1941

William J. Tarter Account Books

Identifier: Ms-1940-027

The collection contains cost office and business ledgers are from William J. Tarter, a merchant and postmaster of Favonia (Wythe County), Virginia.

Dates: 1895 - 1922

W. C. Thomas Papers

Identifier: Ms-1988-013

The W. C. Thomas Papers were created by Thomas on his trip to the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois, in July 1940.

Dates: 1940

Walker and Caldwell Papers,

Identifier: Ms-1973-012

The collection contains the papers of Manley Morrison Caldwell, an attorney in Wytheville and Roanoke, Virginia, and his law partner and father-in-law, James A. Walker, consisting largely of Caldwell's professional legal and business papers and documents gathered and created by him in the course of acting as the executor of Walker's will.

Dates: 1882 - 1952

Lewis Williams Letter

Identifier: Ms-1987-032

The collection contains a letter from Lewis Williams in Washington, D.C., to Andrew Rincoinnon (?) in Wythe County, Virginia, concerning the postal service in Virginia.

Dates: 1835