Found in 195 Collections and/or Records:
An uncompleted form letter regarding the Raising of a Volunteer Regiment, From Adjutant General's Office of Virginia, Richmond, 1862 (Ms1992-003)
The Joseph R. Anderson Letters contain correspondence to Dr. Francis T. Stribling, the head of the Western Lunatic Asylum in Staunton, Virginia for bedposts, and James T. Ames Esq., the agent for Ames Manufacturing Company in Chicopee, Massachusetts regarding orders.
This collection contains administrative and teaching records, such as art course materials, departmental correspondence, photographs, and art exhibition materials from Dean Carter (1922-2013), professor and former head of the Art Department at Virginia Tech from 1950-1992.
Certificate, granting Col. Preston a medical leave of absence. Signed: Saml. A. McConkey, Near Centreville, November 23, 1861 (Ms1992-003)
The collection contains two letters to Gorham Dummer Gilman, a resident of Boston, in which John Conness writes of a book, Gold Stories of '49, by Nuima Smith.
This collection contains a handwritten letter to Goodrick Wilson from Mary and Virginia Crockett dated January 13, 1958. The letter discusses the history of the St. Peter's Church in New Kent and its connection to the American Revolutionary War (1775-1783).
The collection contains a letter from Henry Kyd Douglas, Hagerstown, Maryland attorney and former Confederate staff officer, to William P. Maulsby, judge and lawyer of Frederick, Maryland, regarding the case of Fiery et al v. Emmert et al.
This collection contains professional records and personal correspondence of Charles W. Hardin, a physician from Augusta County, Virginia.