Politicians -- United States
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains the papers of Virginia Tech alumnus and agricultural information editor, Rudolph Dixon Michael. It contains correspondence and notes relating to the histories Blacksburg, the Preston family, and Smithfield Plantation (including maps of the grounds and the cemetery). It also contains a few campus photographs and printed materials related to Virginia Tech.
The collection contains a book of poetry and prose by James B. Richmond (1842-1910), who was a politician, lawyer, judge, and banker from southwest Virginia.
This collection consists of correspondence between Wyndham Robertson and John G. English, a promissory note, and a copy of The Historical Society of Washington County, Virginia, Bulletin with a biography of Robertson.
This collection contains materials from the third inauguration of the 32nd U.S. President, Franlin D. Roosevelt (1882-1945), on January 20, 1941. The materials include an invitation, a program, a "card of admission" with envelope, and the enclosing envelope for the event.
This colelction contains an 1886 letter from Moses M. Strong, of Mineral Point, Wisconsin, to C. M. Woodman of Dover, New Hampshire, regarding a book written by Strong and mentioning mutual acquaintances.
The collection includes the original diary, records, and family genealogy of Governor James Hoge Tyler (1846-1925) of Pulaski County, Virginia, as well as new transcription with genealogy in print and a CD which incorporates all materials.
The Tyler-Wilson Papers consist largely of correspondence of Virginia Governor James Hoge Tyler's family and his daughter Lily Tyler Wilson's family. Also includes a 1925 European travel diary maintained by Nancy E. Lukens.
The collection contains a letter from Virginia House of Delegates member William Vinson (1819=1883) to his family at home in Wayne County, (West) Virginia, discussing his attempts in the general assembly to secure roads and mail routes, his children's education, health and weather conditions in Richmond, and winning local lotteries.
The Virginia Republican Party Flyer lists the African American Republican candidates for Virginia elected offices in 1921 and includes Maggie L. Walker, the first American female bank president, as the candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction and John Mitchell, Jr., the editor of the Richmond Planet, as the candidate for Governor.