Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Collection consists of a ledger listing accounting information for an unidentified business located in the Charleston, West Virginia area.
Papers include a copy of Bob Adkins: Lincoln County Gas Man by Coberly from Goldenseal, typed notes from 1990 interview with Adkins, and information on Coberly's genealogy.
This collection contains the memorandum of an agreement between General John B. Floyd and Thomas J. Leaford of Fayette County, Virginia (now part of West Virginia), for $598.03 for damages to Alfred Beckley's mill. Leaford is also instructed to obtain a deed of trust from Beckley to the Confederate States of America.
Map is among the earliest to distinguish West Virginia from Virginia.
The collection consists of a manuscript receipt book created by/belonging to Bettie D. Cramer of Wheeling, West Virginia, c. 1883. The notebook contains recipes, housekeeping tips, and elocution exercises.
Family in Atchison County, Missouri, writing to family and friends in Greenbrier County, West Virginia. Nine letters in which they write about the beauty of the country, Grange and revival meetings, crops, weather, sickness, and deaths.
The collection contains a letter written by Esaw Worrell Franklin, February 26, 1862, from the camp of the 29th Virginia Infantry, to his parents in Carroll County, Virginia.
The collection contains Samuel Bolitho Jeffries (1884-1953) diaries from 1912-1951 (minus several individual years). These diaries depict both Jeffries' personal life, as well as his career as a civil engineer.
Papers of J. D. Kingsbury, a missionary of the American Sunday-School Union of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, working in Monongalia and Marion counties, Virginia (now West Virginia), in 1854. Includes letters from American Sunday-School Union officers, a missionary working in counties adjacent to Kingsbury's, and J. S. McKinney of Palatine; and a form letter appointing Kingsbury as missionary.