Wythe County (Va.)
Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
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.
The collection contains cost office and business ledgers are from William J. Tarter, a merchant and postmaster of Favonia (Wythe County), Virginia.
The W. C. Thomas Papers were created by Thomas on his trip to the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois, during July 1940.
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.
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.
The collection contains one Confederate subsistence order for Joseph Ferdinand Kent, Commander of the Wythe County Home Guards.
Ledger containing entries apparently made in Wythe County, Virginia, including records of labor expenses and income derived from sales of goods.
The collection consists of an advertisement for a sale of public lots in Wythe County, Virginia, prepared in 1908.