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General1967.pdf
The General was the annual for Lee Junior High School.

MapsGuide.pdf
This is a guide to the Virginia Room Map Collection, including oversized documents, architectural drawings, and original newspapers.  Most Virginia Counties and Cities are included, as well as some areas of surrounding states.  If you are interested…

General1966.pdf
The General was the annual for Lee Junior High School.

General1965.pdf
The General was the annual for Lee Junior High School.

General1962.pdf
The General was the annual for Lee Junior High School.

JHSWV_24_01_2020.pdf
Articles in this issue include:Roanoke and the Southwest in Virginia HistoryThe Enigmatic Stone Structures of Western VirginiaOrchard HillN&W, WWIIN&W ShopsLost ColonySlavery as America's "Peculiar" InstitutionRoanoke-Norfolk Photographer,…

JHSWV_23_02_2019.pdf
Articles in this issue include:How the Mother County BeganThe Virginia Brewing Company: Roanoke's First BreweryTrees Provide Clues to Construction of Greenfield Kitchen and Slave QuartersTrouts, Father and Son, Were Early MayorsFrom the Front Porch…

JHSWV_23_01_2018.pdf
Articles in this issue include:Armistice Ended "Greatest War in History" a Century AgoThe Humilitation of Lord BotetourtRoanoke Cotton MillsSunday Trouble on Back CreekThe Legacies of Junteenth 150 Years RunningBob Angell: An Early Mover and Shaker…

JHSWV_22_02_2016.pdf
Articles in this issue include:Virginia's Western Counties and the Making of AmericaA New Road to be Opened: The Poplar Forest ParkwayRecalling Poplar Forest After Mr. JeffersonSegregated Souls in the Star CityThe Photographs of George Newton Wertz,…

JHSWV_22_01_2015.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Roanoke Jews: A HistoryCrossing Roanoke Valley in Chains and HandcuffsOld Chapel Church is 247 Years OldLong Stained Glass Window is Coming to the Link MuseumRoanoke's First FlightNatural Bridge, A Landmark for the…

JHSWV_21_02_2014.pdf
Articles in this issue include:Growing Up in Roanoke in the 1920s to 1930sO. Winston Link's 100th Birthday PartyBedford BarnsFrances Benjamin Johnston, Renowned Photographer, and the George Trout Farm in NW RoanokeRunaway Slaves: Mindset of Negroes,…

JHSWV_21_01_2013.pdf
Articles in this issue include:Two Roads Diverged: Architectural History and Historic Preservation in the 21st CenturyCotton to Silk: An Oral HistoryHow Lyman Draper Saved HistoryDown on the MarketFurniture and Aviation History Reside in Fogotten…

JHSWV_20_02_2012.pdf
Articles in this issue include:The New Day at AppomattoxRare Lee Letter Tells of "Thinning Ranks"George S. Bernard on the Causes of the Civil WarAn Army of Many Colors Trains in Salem in 1863Hollins Institute Prepares for a New Civilization in…

JHSWV_20_01_2011.pdf
Articles in this issue include:An Interview with Carter BurgessWhere was Totera Town? A ReviewS.H. McVitty's Collection of Presidential SignaturesS.H. McVitty: Industrialist, Philanthropist, CollectorThe Late, Great Cattle BattleThe Two Michael…

JHSWV_19_02_2010.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Defining and Dating Log Buildings in Southwest Virginia Lewis Miller: Folk Artist and Chronicler of the 19th Century Roanoke's Social Life in 1912: The Diary of Nina Quinn Blue Ridge Parkway: A Graceful Mountain Drive…

JHSWV_18_01_2009.pdf
Articles in this issue include:A New Way of Looking at Old ThingsThe Career of Henry H. FowlerCol. John Smith: Unsung Hero of Virginia's Colonial FrontierOld County Courthouse is 100 Years Old16th Century Spanish Invasions of Southwest VirginiaThe…

JHSWV_17_02_2008.pdf
Articles in this issue include: A Personal History of the Hotel RoanokeDust-Clad Motorcars Arrive in Roanoke in 1909Lincoln's Virginia RootsColonel J. Sinclair Brown: Hard to BeatWhat is it about the Civil War?Images from the Old BeltResidential…

JHSWV_17_01_2006.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Historical Society Journal is 43Roanoke County and Valley: The Lessons of HistoryThe Past is Right Here for the ArchaeologistThe Great FloodSeeing Virginia in 1797Roanoke County in the 1840sHow the Mother County…

JHSWV_16_02_2005.pdf
Articles in this issue include: The Progressive Reform Movement in Roanoke, 1900-1912The Victoria Courtship of Miss Emma and Mr. TinsleyLife in 1905Roanoke Families Built Many Roads from 1950-2005Bob Childress and His Six Rock ChurchesThe Early…

JHSWV_16_01_2004.pdf
Articles in this issue include: No Contract Too Large or Too Small for C. Markley and SonThey Go Quietly: Agricultural Change in Franklin CountyMy Memories of Carvins Cove: A Long, Peaceful ValleyAfrican Americans Have a Proud AncestryGainsboro and…

JHSWV_15_02_2003.pdf
Articles in this issue include: The Legend of Benjamin Deyerle RevisitedLest We Forget: A Vinton LandmarkThe New River on Mid-Eighteenth Century MapsThe Craft Revival in Appalachia, 1896-1937And The Mountains Sing with Joy: White Top MusicThe Great…

JHSWV_15_01_2002.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Railroads and Their PeopleThe Virginia & Tennessee Railroad 150 Years AgoWorking with Winston Link at the End of Steam PowerThe Turnpikes of Southwest VirginiaThe Harris Family ArchivesWhat Do We Leave…

JHSWV_14_02_2001.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Vice Presidential Candidate had Carvins Cove Summer Home Emma Comer, First Graduate of Roanoke City High School, 1894 Celebrating the Millennium, 1901Mrs. Breckinridge's BreweryGrowing Up and Having Fun in South…

JHSWV_13_02_1996.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Threading a Parkway through the Blue RidgeHotel Roanoke, "Large and Well-Equipped"The Railroad OfficesTotera Town ReconsideredColonel William Fleming's OriginsKentland Farm, a New River PlantationArchitecture of…

JHSWV_13_01_1989.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Roanoke County and the Valley: the Lessons of HistoryRoanoke County Communities Started Between the Mountains The Early Economy of Roanoke CountyOld City Point Railroad was N&W Forerunner in 1838Overlooked…

JHSWV_12_02_1988.pdf
Articles in this issue include: First County Courthouse Stood from 1841-1909Fleming Backed ConstitutioRoanoke's First JudgesA Tale of Two HousesRoanoke Catholic ChurchesLetters from SchoolSalem MillsA Roanoke Visit in 1762Roanoke Fast Becoming Known…

JHSWV_12_01_1984.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Farmers Supply Transformed into Center in the SquareRoanoke's First Dairy was on Orange AvenueVinton's BeginningHow Dr. Hart Lost His SightDr. William Fleming Made House CallsBenjamin Keagy's HomeDr. Landon Cabell…

JHSWV_11_02_1982.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Roanoke History as Recorded in 1912Where We Were in 1864When Knights Were BoldA Jefferson Street StrollRoanoke's First Fire StationHow a Railway Clerk Saw the New CenturyLife on Highland Avenue in the Early 1900sHorace…

JHSWV_11_01_1980.pdf
Articles in this issue include:Clifton A. Woodrum, Congressman with a FlairColonel James P. Woods, Lawyer, CongressmanJohn Hook, New London MerchantHow We BeganSpinning and Weaving in Montgomery County

JHSWV_10_02_1978.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Seeing Virginia in 1797The Big FortCures From Mountain HerbsWhat They Owned in the 1840sLexington ArchitectureThe Washington Iron WorksThe National Register of Historic PlacesBringing an Old Pump to Life

JHSWV_09_02_1975.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Government by Families in Botetourt CountyIndians Retreat from Virginians at Battle of Point PleasantThe Fincastle Resolutions, Southwest Virginia's CommitmentThe ResolutionsWho the 15 Signers WereSettlement, Defense…

JHSWV_09_01_1973.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Old Barns of AppalachiaMontane Virginia in the RevolutionRoanoke Valley MedicineRecollections of Ballad CollectingEphraim Vause was RobbedWilliam Preston, Frontier Public ServantAlexander-Withrow BuildingCherry Tree…

JHSWV_08_02_Summer_1972.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Benjamin Deyerle, Builder of Fine HomesRoanoke County Barns of the 19th CenturyColonel George Plater Tayloe, a Builder of Hollins CollegeWhere the Brethren SettledDigging at Looney's FerryNo. 1 Fire Station is…

JHSWV_08_01_Winter_1972.pdf
Articles in this issue include: The Past is Right Here for the ArchaeologistThe 51st Virginia Infantry: Farmers Turned SoldiersTurner's Creek Valley-the Land that Time ForgotLog Buildings in the Valley of VirginiaMary Harvey Trigg, an Unusual…

JHSWV_07_02_NoYear.pdf
Articles in this issue include: General James Breckinridge, Frontier Man for All Seasons Botetourt's Three CourthousesA Disastrous ConflagrationFire Remedy is 1,400 Years OldRoanoke's 300th AnniversaryEarly Lightning DevicesMontgomery Men in…

JHSWV_07_01_Summer_1970.pdf
Articles in this issue include: The Great Flood of 1749Roanoke County in the 1840sA Misty Tour of HenryThe Town of NewbernOn Campus 70 Years AgoWoolen Mill, a Major Botetourt IndustryCivil War Draft Problems in the Shenandoah ValleyHales Ford…

JHSWV_06_02_Winter_1970.pdf
Articles in this issue include: How the Mother County BeganFincastle-More Than a County SeatEarly CraftsmenMary Johnston, Writer of the PastCherry Tree BottomFire Destroys LandmarksThe Turnpike Through BotetourtWestern Inhabitants-An Incumbrance?The…

JHSWV_06_01_Summer_1969.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Lewis Miller, Folk ArtistJohnny Rebs from Virginia and the Fairer SexThe Four Anderson BrothersRoanoke River: Once Called Saponi, Round Oak, Goose CreekSt. Mark's Fincastle Has Roots 200 Years OldAppalachian Dialect:…

JHSWV_05_02_Winter_1969.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Collectors' Items Span Four CenturiesSaving Virginia's TreasuresEdward William Johnston and Roanoke Female SeminaryIs There an Older Roanoker?Five Rivers Flow WestLongwood was Salem's CastleRoanoke's Cows in 1898

JHSWV_05_01_Summer_1968.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Montgomery White, 19th Century Social CenterVirginia's Neglected Soldiers28th Regiment, Virginia VolunteersSamuel Rader, 1801-1891, Botetourt Brick MasonHistory Grows in BotetourtPennsylvania Dutch Fashions and Early…

JHSWV_04_02_Winter_1968.pdf
Articles in this issue include: 28th Regiment, Virginia Volunteers, 1861-1865Roanoke at the BeginningNew River: First of the Western WatersThe Teays: Ancestral River of Mid-AmericaA New Brick House for $105 and a Horse Critter Walled in by the…

Records of the Roanoke Valley Cultural Exchange.pdf
This is a guide to the Records of the Roanoke Valley Cultural Exchange. The collection consists of items related to the organizational history and administration of Roanoke Valley Cultural Exchange. The collection predominantly dates from 1998 to…

Dr. Walter Clayto Family Collection.pdf
This is a guide to the Dr. Walter Claytor Family Collection. The collection contains items related to members of the Claytor family. The majority of the collection relates primarily to the life of Dr. Walter S. Claytor, who was a dentist, and is…

JHSWV_04_01_Summer_1967.pdf
Articles in this issue include: The Pennsylvania Dutch Culture of the Shenandoah Valley Interstate Interchange Covers Town of GainsboroBell Mont-the Fleming PlantationLet's All Make WhiskeyLocust LevelEarly Lutherans in Western Virginia

JHSWV_03_02_Winter_1967.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Hollins College and the Civil WarHenry Ford and Friends on TourSearching for Your AncestorsRoanoke Valley's Early Iron MinesRecollections of Bent Mountain

JHSWV_03_01_Summer_1966.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Shot Tower at Jackson's FerryHome Life in Virginia, 1776-1835Big Lick Home Front, 1816-1865The Society Circles Franklin CountyMountain Lake; Historic Preservation-A Challenge to Virginians

JHSWV_02_02_Winter_1965.pdf
Articles in this issue include:John Nolen's Roanoke City Plan of 1907Southwest Virginia Turnpikes1753-Saga of Pioneer Pilgrimage Through the Roanoke Region You Could Take a Legal Gamble in 1796Butler in RichmondMachine Age 1832Fort Vause-The Site and…

JHSWV_02_01_Summer_1965.pdf
Articles in this issue include: The South Western Turnpike RoadToll Gates in this CenturyBoyhood Collection is Remembrance of PastThomas and Tasker ToshLone Oak-1767?-1964Founding of Patrick CountyPeaks of OtterBeginnings of the Virginia Historical…

JHSWV_01_02_Winter_1964.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Forgotten Graveyards of the Roanoke ValleyThree-Layer Cake of Prehistoric VirginiaFincastle Springs, Resort of the '80sCivil War Comes to BuchananA Key Which Stayed HomeBuena Vista-Roanoke PlantationWilliam Fleming's…

JHSWV_01_01_Summer_1964.pdf
Articles in this issue include: Treasure TroveSome Phases of the Civil War in the Roanoke AreaThe Case of the Warrantless PrisonersTwo Ladies of the MuseumNewspaper Days, 1790The Borden Patent

General1961.pdf
The General was the annual for Lee Junior High School.

General1960.pdf
The General is the annual for Lee Junior High School.

General1952.pdf
The General was the annual for Lee Junior High School.

General1951.pdf
The General was the annual for Lee Junior High School.

General1950.pdf
The General was the annual for Lee Junior High School.

General1948.pdf
The General was the annual for Lee Junior High School.

Matador2011.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador2010.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador2009.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador2008.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador2007.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador2006.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador2005.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador2004.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador2003.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador2002.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador2000.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador1999.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador1995.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador1994.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador1993.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador1992.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador1991.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador1990.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador1987.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

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Grandin Court students, May of 1952

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Grandin Court students, May of 1952

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Portrait of Grandin Court Teacher / Staff

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Grandin Court Student Cowboy group photo

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Grandin Court Student Cowboy group photo

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Grandin Court Students on Playground

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Grandin Court Students on Playground

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Grandin Court Students on Playground

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Grandin Court Students at Play

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Grandin Court Students at Play

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Grandin Court Students at Play

Matador2022.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

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Grandin Court Students at Play

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Grandin Court Students at Play

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Grandin Court Students at Play

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Grandin Court Students at Play

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Student Group Photo, June of 1953

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Student Group Photo, 26th of March 1952

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Student Group Photo

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Student Group Photo

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Grandin Court Choir Group Photo

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Grandin Court School Choir Performance

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Students Boarding Bus

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Grandin Court School Band

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Grandin Court School Band

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Grandin Court School Band

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"Mrs. Hollyfield" and Students

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"Grandin Court School"

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"Grandin Court School"

Matador2021.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

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"Grandin Court School"

Matador2020.pdf
The Matador is the annual of James Madison Middle School.

Matador2019.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing.

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Dance.

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Dance.

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Dance.

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Dance.

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Two couples in formal attire.

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Formal pageant.

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Formal pageant.

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Group portrait.

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Group portrait.

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Lucy Addison High School. Burrell Memorial Hospital School of Practical Nursing graduate.

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Lucy Addison High School. Portrait of a group of young women.

Matador2016.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador2015.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador2014.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador2013.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador2001.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador1998.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador1997.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

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Portrait of a Young Woman Outside Building. February of 1956.

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Portrait of a Young Woman at Desk.

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Candy striper, hospital volunteer.

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Nurse.

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Choir.

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"Shirley." March 1957.

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Young woman posing on a stage. February 6, 1957.

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Young woman posing on a stage. 1957.

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Young woman posing on a stage. 1957.

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Young woman posing on a stage. 1957.

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Young woman posing on a stage. 1957.

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Young woman posing on a stage.

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Young woman posing on a stage.

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Young woman posing on a stage.

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Young woman posing on a stage.

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Young woman posing on a stage.

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Young woman posing on a stage

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Young woman posing on a stage.

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Young woman posing on a stage.

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Young woman posing on a stage.

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Young woman posing on a stage

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"Ruth Robinson."

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Young woman posing at Lucy Addison High School. 1957.

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Young woman posing at Lucy Addison High School. "Janet." 1956.

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Young woman posing at Lucy Addison High School. "Diana." October 25, 1956.

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Young woman posing at Lucy Addison High School. August 1956.

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Young woman posing in front of Lucy Addison High School.

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Two young women drinking Coca-Cola at Lucy Addison High School. "Angel Law."

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Group portrait.

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Group photograph of five women wearing corsages.

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Formal Pageant

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National Honor Society Addison Chapter

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Group portrait, in front of the Robert C. Ogden Auditorium at Hampton University

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Group portrait, in front of the Gainsboro Library.

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An audience.

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Group portrait.

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Group portrait.

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Group portrait.

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Group portrait.

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Circle-Lets Inc. Roanoke Chapter.

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Group Portrait

Matador1996.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador1989.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador1988.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador1977.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

Matador1976.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School. Pages 16 and 17 partially missing.

Matador1974.pdf
The Matador is the annual for James Madison Middle School.

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Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.

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Boys' football team.

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Boy Scouts Troop 100, Roanoke, VA.

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Group portrait.

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A man and three women around a table.

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Two men and a woman in conversation in a library.

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Group portrait

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Group portrait.

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Group portrait.

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Group portrait.

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Group portrait.

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Group portrait.

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Group portrait.

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Group portrait.

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Group portrait, men wearing boutonnieres and women wearing corsages.

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Group portrait, men in formal wear.

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Group of young adults celebrating. "Claytor, Olivia Skipper (second from right.)"

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Two men and two women in formal attire sitting at a table.

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Three women in formal attire.

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Unidentified clergyman.

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Buffett line.

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Group of young adults snow sledding.

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Junior Y sports team.

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Musicians

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Musicians

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Musicians

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A woman and a man with a stack of books.

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Two unidentified women and an unidentified man drinking tea.

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Unidentified man receiving a plaque.

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Dancer. "Dodd, Addison High."

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"This is Your Life" program.

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Dr. Harry Penn and unknown woman.

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Lillian Paxton (wife of Dr. Paxton?) February 1954.

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Beauty pageant.

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School dance.

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Group photograph.

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Dancer.

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Two men in formal attire.

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Group photograph.

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Musical performance

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Musical performance

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Group photograph.

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Group photograph.

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Marguerite Belafonte, wife of Harry Belafonte, signing autographs. April 7, 1959.

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Musician Earl Grant signing autographs.

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Lucy Addison High School. Art class projects.

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Lucy Addison High School. Burrell Memorial Hospital School of Practical Nursing student.

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Lucy Addison High School. Burrell Memorial Hospital School of Practical Nursing graduate.

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Lucy Addison High School. Dancers.

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Lucy Addison High School. Staff.

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Lucy Addison High School. Staff.

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Lucy Addison High School. Staff.

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Lucy Addison High School. Staff.

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Lucy Addison High School. Staff.

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Lucy Addison High School. Staff.

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Lucy Addison High School. Staff. "Homecoming. Sorrell."

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Lucy Addison High School. "Hancock."

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Lucy Addison High School. Burrell Memorial Hospital School of Practical Nursing student.

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Lucy Addison High School. Portrait of a group of young women.

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Lucy Addison High School. Two young women posing with a child.

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Lucy Addison High School. School band.

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Lucy Addison High School. Football game at Victory Stadium.

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Lucy Addison High School. Football game at Victory Stadium.

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Lucy Addison High School. Girls' basketball. 1956.

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Lucy Addison High School. Girls' basketball.

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Lucy Addison High School. Girls' basketball.

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Lucy Addison High School. Girls' basketball.

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Lucy Addison High School. Girls' basketball.

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Lucy Addison High School. Girls' basketball.

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Lucy Addison High School. Girls' basketball.

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Lucy Addison High School. Football player.

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Lucy Addison High School. Football player.

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Lucy Addison High School. Students attending a school function in the school's gymnasium.

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Lucy Addison High School. Students attending a school function in the school's gymnasium.

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Lucy Addison High School. Two football players and a young woman.

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Lucy Addison High School. Football team.

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Lucy Addison High School. Cheerleaders. "Addison Middle School."

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Lucy Addison High School. Basketball game.

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Lucy Addison High School. Basketball game.

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Lucy Addison High School. Basketball game.

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Lucy Addison High School. Basketball game.

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Lucy Addison High School. Basketball game.

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Lucy Addison High School. Basketball game.

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Lucy Addison High School. Basketball game.

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Lucy Addison High School. Basketball game.

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Lucy Addison High School. Basketball game.

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Lucy Addison High School. Basketball game.

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Lucy Addison High School. Students in Home Economics Class.

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Lucy Addison High School. Basketball game.

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Lucy Addison High School. “Track meet, Lynchburg, VA.”

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Lucy Addison High School. Students in Shop Class.

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Lucy Addison High School. Students gathered around a food cart.

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Lucy Addison High School. Students in Home Economics Class.

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Lucy Addison High School. Group portrait of female students in formal attire.

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Lucy Addison High School. Dancers. “Olivia Skipper and Carolyn Carpenter.”

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Lucy Addison High School. Students dancing. “Carolyn Law and Louis Claytor.”

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Lucy Addison High School. Dancer. “Joann Smith.”

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Lucy Addison High School. Music teachers playing piano. “Finny and Powell.”

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Lucy Addison High School. Group portrait of male students in formal attire.

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Lucy Addison High School. Group portrait of students in formal attire.

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Lucy Addison High School. Group portrait of female students outside.

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Lucy Addison High School. Group of female students in gym clothes.

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Lucy Addison High School. Students at a school pep rally in the school’s gymnasium.

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Lucy Addison High School. Majorettes. Students at a school function in the school’s gymnasium.

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Lucy Addison High School. Majorettes. School Band and Botetourt County School Bus.

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Lucy Addison High School. Majorettes. on parade near St. Andrews Catholic Church.

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Lucy Addison High School. Majorettes. on parade near St. Andrews Catholic Church.

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Lucy Addison High School. Majorettes.

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Lucy Addison High School. School Band and Majorettes on parade through Downtown Roanoke.

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Lucy Addison High School. School Band and Majorettes on parade through Downtown Roanoke.

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Lucy Addison High School. School Band and Majorettes on parade through Gainsboro Neighborhood.

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Lucy Addison High School. School Band and Majorettes on parade through Gainsboro Neighborhood.

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Lucy Addison High School. School Band and Majorettes on parade through Gainsboro Neighborhood.

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Lucy Addison High School. Majorettes at Victory Stadium.

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Lucy Addison High School. Majorettes at Victory Stadium.

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Lucy Addison High School. Majorettes at school.

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Lucy Addison High School. Majorettes at school.

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Lucy Addison High School. Majorettes at school.

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Lucy Addison High School. Majorettes at school.

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Lucy Addison High School. Majorettes at school.

Norsemen1973.pdf
The Norsemen is the annual for Northside Middle School.

NorthStar1981.pdf
The North Star is the annual for Northside High School.

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Lucy Addison High School, Graduation Photograph "Mary Brandon"

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Lucy Addison High School, Group of young women posing outside of the school with a car.

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Lucy Addison High School, Group of students

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Lucy Addison High School, Student leaving school

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Lucy Addison High School, group of students

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Lucy Addison High School, Young women dancing

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Lucy Addison High School, Group of young women

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Lucy Addison High School, two young women posing

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Lucy Addison High School, three young women posing

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Lucy Addison High School, three young women posing

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Lucy Addison High School, two young women posing

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Lucy Addison High School, three young women posing

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Lucy Addison High School, “Connie Isabel.”

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Lucy Addison High School, “Lou Robin Roseboro.”

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Lucy Addison High School, portrait of a young woman

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Lucy Addison High School, portrait of a young woman

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Lucy Addison High School, “Ruth Robinson” posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing, "August 1956, Mary.”

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, young woman posing

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Lucy Addison High School, performer

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Lucy Addison High School, dancers

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Lucy Addison High School, dancers

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Lucy Addison High School, dancers

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Lucy Addison High School, performance.

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Lucy Addison High School, performance.

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Lucy Addison High School, performance.

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Lucy Addison High School, performance

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Lucy Addison High School, performance

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Lucy Addison High School, stage performance

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Lucy Addison High School, stage performance

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Lucy Addison High School, stage performance

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Lucy Addison High School, stage performance

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Lucy Addison High School, stage performance

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Lucy Addison High School, stage performance

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Lucy Addison High School. Three young women.

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Young couple in formal attire. “Byron Morris and Carolyn C. Patterson.”

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Lucy Addison High School. Couple in formal attire.

NorthStar1979.pdf
The North Star is the annual for Northside High School.

NorthStar1978.pdf
The North Star is the annual for Northside High School.

NorthStar1977.pdf
The North Star is the annual for Northside High School.

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Lucy Addison High School. Choir.

Eunice Poindexter Collection.pdf
This is a guide to the Eunice Poindexter Collection. The collection contains items related to the career and success of Eunice Poindexter. The collection consists of certificates, awards, recognitions, diplomas, photographs, and assorted plaques. The…

NorthStar1976.pdf
The North Star is the annual for Northside High School.

Evelyn Bethel Papers.doc.pdf
This is a guide to the Evelyn Davis Bethel Papers. The collection contains items related to the life and activism of Evelyn Davis Bethel. The collection consists of notes, correspondences, newspaper clippings, signage, official government documents,…

Pioneer1950.pdf
The Pioneer was the annual for Andrew Lewis High School.

Accolade2021.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2020.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2019.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2018.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2017.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2016.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2015.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2014.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2013.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2012.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2010.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2007.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2006.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2005.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2004.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2003.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2002.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2001.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade2000.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

FeazellTommyl.MP3
Oral History Interview with Tommy Feazell
Interviewer: Ellasen Spangler
Interviewee: Tommy Feazell
Date: February 26, 2022
Location: Private residence
Total Duration: 1:35:33
Transcription prepared by: Amanda Fox, Abbie Lewis, Samantha Meyer,…

Liza.MP3
Oral History Interview with Liza
Interviewer: Ashley Werner
Interviewee: Liza
Date: February 25, 2022
Location: Fintel Library, Roanoke College
Total Duration: 1:09:25
Transcription prepared by: Baillee Heatwole, Da’Vaun Lee, Isabella Moritz,…

SaundersL-1.MP3
Oral History Interview with L Saunders
Interviewer: Madelyne Culkin
Interviewee: L Saunders
Date: February 27, 2022
Location: Fintel Library, Roanoke College
Total Duration: 59:14 (in two parts: 45:57 and 13:17)
Transcription prepared by: …

Accolade1999.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1998.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Patriot1979.pdf
The Patriot is the annual for Patrick Henry High School.

Patriot1978.pdf
The Patriot is the annual for Patrick Henry High School.

Patriot1975.pdf
The Patriot is the annual for Patrick Henry High School.

Patriot1973.pdf
The Patriot is the annual for Patrick Henry High School.

Patriot1972.pdf
The Patriot is the annual for Patrick Henry High School.

Patriot1970.pdf
The Patriot is the annual for Patrick Henry High School.

Accolade1997.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1996.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1995.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1994.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1993.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1991.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1992.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1990.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1989.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School

Accolade1988.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1987.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1986.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1985.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1984.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1983.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Acorn1967.pdf
The Acorn was the annual for Jefferson High School.

Accolade1982.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1981.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Accolade1980.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Spectator1948.pdf
The Spectator was the annual for Viaud School.

Accolade1979.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

Trojan1959.pdf
The Trojan was the annual for Booker T. Washington Junior High School.

Wilsonian1961.pdf
The Wilsonian was the annual for Woodrow Wilson Junior High School. Later editions were called the Presidents.

Wilsonian1954.pdf
The Wilsonian was the annual for Woodrow Wilson Junior High School. Later editions were called the Presidents.

Accolade1978.pdf
The Accolade is the annual for Cave Spring High School.

BlackSwan1957.pdf
The Black Swan is the annual for William Byrd High School.

BlackSwan1956.pdf
The Black Swan is the annual for William Byrd High School.

BlackSwan1946.pdf
The Black Swan is the annual for William Byrd High School.

BlackSwan1952.pdf
The Black Swan is the annual for William Byrd High School.

BlackSwan1939.pdf
The Black Swan is the annual for William Byrd High School.

BlackSwan1937.pdf
The Black Swan is the annual for William Byrd High School.

BlackSwan1936.pdf
The Black Swan is the annual for William Byrd High School.

Spectator1962.pdf
The Spectator was the annual for Viaud School.

Spectator1949.pdf
The Spectator was the annual for Viaud School.

Colonel1942.pdf
The Colonel is the annual for William Fleming High School.

Addisonian1980.pdf
The Addisonian was the annual for Lucy Addison Junior High School.

NorthStar1969.pdf
The North Star is the annual for Northside High School.

NorthStar1963.pdf
The North Star is the annual for Northside High School.

BlackSwan1960.pdf
The Black Swan is the annual for William Byrd High School.

BlackSwan1959.pdf
The Black Swan is the annual for William Byrd High School.

BlackSwan1958.pdf
The Black Swan is the annual for William Byrd High School.

BlackSwan1955.pdf
The Black Swan is the annual for William Byrd High School.

BoydSonny.pdf
This collection consists of genealogical research compiled by Charles “Sonny” Everette Boyd, Jr. Surnames most frequently researched include Hardaway, Harvey, Livesay, Elam, and Tucker. Box one contains legal sized pedigree charts arranged…

OldLick.pdf
This is a guide to a collection of death certificates of individuals buried in Old Lick, First Baptist Church, and City Farm cemeteries beginning with the earliest available certificates in 1912 and concluding with 1960 when burials at the cemeteries…

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Attendees at the last worship service in the wooden A-frame chapel of Virginia Heights Baptist Church before moving worship to the new brick sanctuary.

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Looking west on Memorial Avenue (then Virginia Avenue) from Grandin Road at the original A-frame chapel of Virginia Heights Baptist Church (foreground) and construction of new brick sanctuary.

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The new sanctuary of Virginia Heights Baptist Church under construction on Memorial Avenue (then Virginia Avenue).

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Laying of the cornerstone for the new sanctuary of Virginia Heights Baptist Church.

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Interior of the original wooden chapel of Virginia Heights Baptist Church.

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Wooden chapel of Virginia Heights Baptist Church on what is now the 2000 block of Memorial Avenue, SW (then Virginia Avenue) near the intersection with Grandin Road.

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The original A-frame chapel of Virginia Heights Baptist Church is being moved to make way for the construction of a new sanctuary.

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Original A-frame chapel of Virginia Heights Baptist Church is being moved to make way for the construction of brick sanctuary.

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Jo Lane Stern Battalion, Company B, in front of the Roanoke Auditorium. Col. Jo Lane Stern, inspector general of the State, mustered in the Jo Lane Stern Battalion of Virginia volunteers in Roanoke, composed of four full companies, numbering 267 men…

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The Thomas A. Kinsey family on front porch of the home at 1510 Franklin Road, SW.

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Thomas A. and Josephine Kinsey in front of their home at 1510 Franklin Road, SW.

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Thomas A. Kinsey home, formerly located at 1510 Franklin Road SW.

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Thomas A. Kinsey home, formerly located at 1510 Franklin Road SW.

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John M. Oakey and Sons garage, located at 321 Luck Avenue SW, provided the first ambulance and garage for Roanoke Life Saving and First Aid Crew.

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Some equipment, including an "iron lung" and 1947 Oldsmobile 78 emergency vehicle on display at Roanoke Life Saving and First Aid Crew.

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Roanoke Life Saving and First Aid Crew equipment display arranged for the public.

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Roanoke Life Saving and First Aid Crew purchased it first ambulance in 1932, a Ford panel truck.

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Roanoke Life Saving and First Aid Crew equipment display, including the crew's first ambulance, a Cadillac donated by John M. Oakey and Sons Funeral Home.

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Julian Stanley Wise founded the Roanoke Life Saving and First Aid Crew in 1928. Wise had witnessed a drowning in the Roanoke River as a child. This incident greatly impacted his life, resulting in the formation of the first volunteer rescue squad…

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The American Theatre once stood on the corner of Jefferson Street and Kirk Avenue. Built in 1928, the theatre remained in operation until 1971; it was razed in 1973.

MP 31.8 American Theatre.jpg
The original American Theatre building was located at 217 S. Jefferson Street. Built by the Young Men's Christian Association in 1902, it would later be sold to an investment group and converted into a theatre in 1913. This building was razed in…

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Window display of Glenn-Minnich after remodeling. The slogans of the store were, "The store with the friendly door." and "Clothes for men and men who stay young."

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LeCompte Glenn in front of Glenn-Minnich, formerly located at 108 W. Campbell Avenue.

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The shoe department at Glenn-Minnich.

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Street-level entrance of Glenn-Minnich, formerly located at 108 W. Campbell Avenue.

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Amy Jo Glenn (left) and Vetty Beckwith Glenn cutting cake inside Glenn-Minnich on the occasion of the store's Ruby Jubilee or fortieth anniversary.

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Interior of Glenn-Minnich after a recent remodel.

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Interior of Glenn-Minnich after a recent remodel.

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The College Shop in Glenn-Minnich shown after a recent remodel.

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Interior of Glenn-Minnich after a recent remodel.

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The Boy Scout Department after a recent remodel at Glenn-Minnich, formerly located 108 W. Campbell Avenue.

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Cutting a cake celebrating Glenn-Minnich's Rub Jubilee or forty years in business are, left to right, Estelle Penn, Nancy P. Deyerle, LeCompte Glenn Deyerle, unidentified, and Mildred Glenn.

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The Glenn-Minnich store, formerly located at 108 W. Campbell Avenue, on closing day. Glenn-Minnich operated from 1913 until 1960 and was founded by C.B. Minnich, Myrl Glenn, and H.A. Glenn.

HarrisCNelson.jpg
Date of Birth: August 21, 1964
Mayor from July 1, 2004 to June 30, 2008
Other offices held: City Council July 1, 1996 to June 30, 2004

SmithRalph.jpg
Date of Birth: July 19, 1942
Mayor from July 1, 2000 to June 30, 2004
Other offices held: Senator, Virginia 22nd District, 2008-2012; Senator, Virginia 19th District, 2012-2016

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Date of Birth: May 11, 1952
Mayor from July 1, 1992 to June 30, 2000 and July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2016

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Date of Birth: December 23, 1905
Mayor from September 1, 1964 to August 31, 1968
Other offices held: City Council, September 1, 1946 to August 31, 1966
Date of Death: May 23, 1972

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Date of Birth: March 16, 1919
Ex-Officio Mayor from September 1, 1962 to August 31, 1964
Other offices held: City Council, September 1, 1962 to August 31, 1966
Date of Death: July 4, 2002

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Date of Birth: November 3, 1928
Ex-Officio Mayor from September 1, 1960 to August 31, 1962
Other offices held: City Council, September 1, 1958 to August 31, 1962; Virginia House of Delegates, 1964-1971
Date of Death: April 23, 2002

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Date of Birth: May 26, 1907
Ex-Officio Mayor from September 1, 1958 to August 31, 1960
Other offices held: City Council, September 1, 1956 to August 31, 1972
Date of Death: September 10, 1983

YoungWalter.jpg
Date of Birth: July 20, 1901
Ex-Officio Mayor from September 1, 1956 to August 31, 1958
Other offices held: City Council, September 1, 1950 to November 9, 1964
Date of Death: July 1, 1973

WoodyRobert.jpg
Date of Birth: August 22, 1914
Ex-Officio Mayor from September 1, 1954 to August 31, 1956
Other offices held: City Council, July 28, 1952 to August 31, 1954
Date of Death: April 28, 2011

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Date of Birth: November 7, 1905
Ex-Officio Mayor from September 1, 1950 to August 31, 1951, Ex-Officio Mayor September 1, 1952 to August 31, 1954, and Mayor September 1, 1968 to October 18, 1975 Other offices held: City Council, September 1, 1950…

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Date of Birth: January 3, 1893
Ex-Officio Mayor from September 1, 1949 to August 31, 1950 and September 1, 1951 to August 31, 1952
Other offices held: City Council, 1946-1954
Date of Death: March 6, 1962

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Date of Birth: May 29, 1884
Ex-Officio Mayor from September 1, 1948 to August 31, 1949
Other offices held: City Council, September 1, 1948 to August 31, 1952
Date of Death: March 13, 1956

EdwardsRichard.jpg
Date of Birth: April 15, 1911
Mayor from September 1, 1946 to August 31, 1948
Date of Death: December 11, 1968

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Date of Birth: October 31, 1894
Mayor from October 15, 1943 to August 31, 1946
Date of Death: November 14, 1974

WoodWalter.jpg
Date of Birth: March 12, 1896
Mayor from September 1, 1938 to October 15, 1943
Other offices held: City Council 1936-1938; Virginia House of Delegates, 1944-1945
Date of Death: January 14, 1977
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