Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
This collection includes an undated Notice of Temperate Meetings held by Rev. J. W. West, Field Secretary of the Anti-Saloon League of Virginia. It includes subjects discussed and testimonials and probably dates between 1903-1909. The Anti-Saloon League of Virginia existed from 1901 to 1933, at the end of prohibition.
This collection includes two letters from the Bassett Furniture Company to Richardson Electric Co. in 1922. The first letter from J. D. Bassett, President, is in regards to a burned out motor, and the second letter from J. C. Hooker, Secretary and Treasurer, is in regards to the installation of a hot air furnace.
This collection includes the correspondance of Nat Goldman, an auditor for the Textile Workers Union of America CIO. His letters are addressed to his girlfiend Rebecca "Reba" Baron in New York City, New York, including love letters to her and descriptions of his travels and work for the union. He wrote about the innerworkings of locations and dissenment within the union. Most of the letters are from Virginia, but there are a few from his travels to Tennessee, Conecticut, and Wisconsin.
Postcards from Appalachia contains postcards depicting various landmarks, locations, and scenery in the Appalachian region during the first half of the 20th century.
This collection includes research notes, manuscripts, typescript drafts, working copies and galley proofs for books and articles written by Virginia Tech's Alumni Distinguished Professor of History James I. Robertson Jr., 1982-2001. Large collection of notes, papers, and correspondence relateing to Virginia Civil War counties and units. Also contains a small set of general materials which includes items related to the preservation of lands adjacent to Manassas National Battlefield Park.
This collection contains a reference book that was owned by F. B. Whitings in 1821. The reference book contains a Virginia-related almanac and reference guide.
This collection includes a letter dated May 13, 1864, from a Union soldier named Charley at a camp near Woodstock, Virginia, during the American Civil War. He writes about plans to return to Martinsburg, Virginia, and about General Sigel.