Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains a scrapbook and newspaper clippings created by Velma H. Alderman, mother of former Virginia Tech professor Nancy Orange. Most news clippings are from the 1950s and pertain to Radford, Virginia.
The collection consists of a taped interview (April 1987) with Charlotte C. Giesen, by Samantha J. Hall, a student at Virginia Tech, with a history paper on Giesen prepared by Hall.
This collection contains the account books of William H. Graham, a general store merchant of Radford, Virginia, including customer names, goods purchased, and prices.
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.
Blueprint map shows a city block in Radford, Virginia, and it contains a note on restrictions.
Map shows the city of Radford, Virginia, "compiled from the original plans recorded June 1940." Single map is on two separate sheets.
Map shows New River, Virginia, now part of the city of Radford.
Papers Relevant to the Lives of John Taylor Radford (1838-1864) and William Moseley Radford (1840-1862) Typescript
Broadside lists prices of lots in Radford, Virginia. It accompanies a map (Map.0255) that shows lot locations.