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Scyphers Photographic Slide Collection

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Title

Scyphers Photographic Slide Collection

Description

This collection consists of photographic slides depicting scenes about Roanoke.

Creator

Unknown; Donated by Martha Scyphers.

Publisher

Roanoke Public Libraries

Date

1960-1963; 1971

Rights

Please contact the Virginia Room at 540.853.2073 for permission to use.

Format

photographic slides

Type

Still Image

Items in the Scyphers Photographic Slide Collection Collection

Scyphers1 View from Mill Mountain
A view of Roanoke from Mill Mountain.

Scyphers3 Jefferson Street
Looking north on Jefferson Street at the Franklin Road intersection. Visible at left is the Elks Lodge and the Elmwood Diner. Also visible is Hammond Printing and Litho Works.

Scyphers5 Jefferson Street
Looking north on Jefferson Street at the Church Avenue intersection. Visible are The Sportsman Restaurant, Bernard's Menswear, Thomas McAn Shoes, Kann's Apparel, Hoffheimer's Shoes, Holiday's Shoe Store and the American Theatre.

Scyphers6 Jefferson Street
Looking south on Jefferson Street. Visible are Holiday's Shoe Store, Hoffheimer's Shoes, Kann's Apparel, Thomas McAn Shoes, The Sportsman Restaurant and Heironimus.

Scyphers7 Church Avenue
Looking west on Church Avenue from Jefferson Street. Visible are the Sportsman Restaurant, Parker Photo Studio, Junior Achievement of the Roanoke Valley, Kaybee Store and Moskin's Store.

Scyphers8 Franklin Road
Looking west on Franklin Road from Jefferson Street. Visible are the Knights of Pythias building, Star Barber Shop, Roanoke Valley Heart Association, GAC Finance, Riley's Cafe, Thornton & Creasy Drugs, and Holdren's

Scyphers9 Jefferson Street
Looking north on Jefferson Street. Visible are Heironimus, The Sportsman Restaurant, Thomas McAn Shoes, Kann's Apparel, Hoffheimer's Shoes, Holiday's Shoe Store and the American Theatre.

Scyphers11 Japanese Magnolia
The Japanese Magnolia in Elmwood Park.

Scyphers12 Shenandoah Life
Shenandoah Life Insurance Company, formerly located at 2301 Brambleton Avenue.

Scyphers13 Jefferson Street
Looking south on Jefferson Street from Franklin Road. Visible are John Norman Clothing, the Park Theatre, State Office Supplies and Gifts, the Coulter Building, People's Drugstore and the Patrick Henry Hotel.

Scyphers14 Campbell Avenue
Looking west on Campbell Avenue from 1st Street. Visible are Leggett's, George T. Hitch Jewelers, Singer Sewing Machines, Beckner's and Easter's.

Scyphers15 Elmwood Park
A view of the pond in Elmwood Park. The Terry House is visible on the hill.

Scyphers16 Elmwood Park
The pond in Elmwood Park. The Greyhound Bus Station is visible in the background.

Scyphers17 Jefferson Street
Looking north on Jefferson Street. Visible are State Office Supply and Gifts, Hammond's Printing & Litho Works, Johnnie's Steakhouse, Jefferson Theatre, Heironimus, Sidney's and Thornton & Creasy Drugs.

Scyphers18 Jefferson Street
Looking north on Jefferson Street from Franklin Road. Visible are State Office Supply and Gifts, Hammond's Printing & Litho Works, Johnnie's Steakhouse, Jefferson Theatre, Heironimus, Sidney's and Thornton & Creasy Drugs.

Scyphers19 View from Mill Mountain
A view of Roanoke from Mill Mountain.

Scyphers20 Pocahontas
The Norfolk & Western Pocahontas passenger train, possibly on its last excursion. The passenger train ran from November 1926 through May 1971.

Scyphers21 Pocahontas
Passengers aboard the Norfolk & Western Pocahontas, possibly on its last excursion. The passenger train ran from November 1926 through May 1971.

Scyphers23 N&W GP9
Norfolk & Western GP9 #516 locomotive pulling the Pocahontas near the N&W shops.

Scyphers24 Mill Mountain Overlook
Overlook once on Mill Mountain in front of Rockeldge Inn seen at dusk.

Scyphers25 Jefferson Street
A view of the Jefferson Theatre and Heironimus on Jefferson Street.

Scyphers26 Pocahontas
Norfolk & Western employees stand in the doorway of the Pochontas, possibly on its last excursion. The passenger train ran from November 1926 through May 1971.

Scyphers28 Pocahontas
Passengers aboard the Norfolk & Western Pocahontas, possibly on its last excursion. The passenger train ran from November 1926 through May 1971.

Scyphers33 Jefferson Street
Looking north on Jefferson Street at the Church Avenue intersection. Visible are The Sportsman Restaurant, Bernard's Menswear, Thomas McAn Shoes, Kann's Apparel, Hoffheimer's Shoes, Holiday's Shoe Store and the American Theatre.