Pulaski County (Va.)
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
The C.B. Anderson Account Book contains the accounting information and merchandise sales of C.B. Anderson of Newbern, Virginia. Entries date from 1907 through 1909.
Appalachian Electric Power Company, Pulaski, VA. Linkous-Vyule Add. One Mi. South Prices Fork on HWYS. 114 and 659.
The collection includes a letter from F. B. Deane, Jr. of Deane & Son Foundry, Lynchburg, November 23, 1864. The letter requests permission from Brigadier General John Echols to transport pork to Dublin and Abingdon, VA.
The collection contains account books of general mercantile business in Draper (Pulaski County), Virginia during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
The Edwin Houston Harman Papers consists of letters written in various camps in southwest Virginia to and from Harman and his wife, Jennie. The letters date from 1856 to 1864. There is also a folder of genealogy materials relating to the Harman family.
Hiwassee, Virginia Quadrangle. U. S. Geological Survey, 1968. 22 x 27 in. [FOLDER C-3]
This collection contains a ledger maintained by Hugh C. Ledgerwood, proprietor of a general store in Newbern (Pulaski County), Virginia, with details of customer transactions, including names, dates, goods purchased, and prices paid.
Map shows Montgomery County and Pulaski County, with Blacksburg, Christiansburg, and Radford, Virginia. it contains street indices for each city and town, as well as various advertisements and descriptions of places of interest.