Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
The [Benton] Ledger and Scrapbook is a single item used as both a ledger and a scrapbook. The name Benton appears at the top of pages of the ledger, which may be the location of the business, probably a general store in Benton, Holmes County, Ohio. The ledger lists goods sold and names of customers, while the newspapers include poems, short stories, marriages, obituaries, and more.
This collection conains a scrapbook of newspaper clippings and photographs of the Blacksburg High School Warrior Band and the Band Boosters, created by Frances Hutcheson Russell.
Scrapbook compiled by an unidentified person--presumably a military service member, possibly serving in the United Kingdom's Royal Air Force--and comprised of cartoons and clippings from British periodicals, largely relating to the air force.
This collection contains a two volume scrapbook kept by future First Lady of Virginia, Louisa Egerton Cameron (1846-1908) from Petersburg, Virginia during the American Civil War.
Photograph album compiled by Charlotte D. Gale, a resident of Roanoke, Virginia, with scenes from Crockett Springs, Roanoke, Salem, and Norfolk, Virginia.
Photographic album compiled by unidentified German soldier during World War II, including snapshot photographs of soldiers, civilians, armament, vehicles, scenery, and ruins in Budapest and elsewhere in eastern Europe.
The Lucie L. Gibboney scrapbook contains materials relating to Virginia Tech and the Town of Blacksburg from 1934-1937.
Scrapbook of newspaper clippings relate to Ulysses S. Grant, likely compiled by Henry Etter Starr.
This collection contains the scrapbook of William R. "Billy" Hite, Jr., when he was a senior at Varina High School in Richmond, Virginia. Hite played football at Varina and Virginia Tech, from which he earned a bachelor's and PhD in education in 1985 and 1998, respectively. He later became a principal and superintedent throughout the Mid-Atlantic United States.
Stockton Mosby McMurran Scrapbook contains photographs from the Missouri Botanical Garden and photographs from Virginia Tech, formally known as VPI. Stockton Mosby McMurran graduated VPI in 1909 before attending Washinton University in St. Louis, Missouri.