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Debutante Ball

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Dr. Walter S. Claytor and Nurse Daisy Schley pictured with a patient

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Reverend Robert James Jr. and his family. His wife Bernice is pictured center with the Reverend to her right.

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Unknown school play or assembly

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Unknown assembly audience

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First Baptist Church

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Unknown makeup artist, possibly at the Booker T. Washington Trade School in Franklin County, VA

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Pictured: Mr. J. Lovelle Taylor (Freemason)

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Either Saint Paul United Methodist Church or First Baptist Church. Identified: Constance Johnson (first row, far right), Mary Jeffries? (front row, second from the left)

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Unknown school play, possibly on American history

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Downing family portrait. Dr. Ellwood Downing pictured center-right and his wife Della Downing pictured center-left

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Unknown group portrait, but Della Downing pictured on the left side, second from the back

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Unknown portrait of an audience, possibly at a church service

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Front row (left to right): Reginald Clark, Reverend Ulsa Broady, MiKenley Craighead, Mason. Middle row (left to right): Murall Yvall, Mitchell Hankis, Robert Scaks, Alex Hancock. Back row (left to right): Armstead, E.C. Preston, Abner Jones, Joe…

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Ruth Lash pictured on the left, in front of Harrison School

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Unknown group portrait outside a Piedmont Airlines plane

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Group portrait holding commemorative Booker T. Washington stamps at the Booker T. Washington Memorial in Franklin County, VA

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Unknown female’s exchange of an envelope

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Family Portrait. Identified: Mary March (center), Samuel Williams (front row, far left), Charell (front row, second from left), Gilbert March (front row, second from right), and O.W. Jones (front row, far right)

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Sunday school registry

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Unknown audience

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Possible debutante portrait. Envelope: Ms. Ida Kerne

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Heller family photo. Picture made at YMCA Gainsboro Rd. and Patton Ave. Heller Kindergarten.

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Unknown banquet

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Unknown group portrait

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Esquire Club. From left to right: Jeremiah Robertson Sr., John Dillon, unidentified, Walter Allen, Jack Hilton, unidentified, Mose Lipscomb, Lilburn Hilton, William Johns, Alton Sharper, Joe, unidentified, unidentified, Thomas Robertson, George…

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Classroom portrait. Ronnie Jordan (?) pictured top left by the door

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Classroom portrait. Ruth Anderson identified top left by the tree. Ms. Taylor, the teacher, identified in the center of the second row

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Unknown group portrait, possibly Sunday school or another church-related event

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Alphas Sorority and Fraternity pictured in front of St. Andrews Catholic Church

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Unknown textile factory workers

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Debutante Ball

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Debutante Ball

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Heller Kindergarten portrait made behind the Gainsboro Library during the May Day festival

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Unknown church service

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Group portrait of the Dining Car Employees or The Moles on Henry St. Front row (left to right): Ruth Anderson, Hazel Hall, Hershey Steptoe (Mary Steptoe), James or Pete Woodliff, Irene or Estelle Woodliff. Back row (left to right): Gertrude Logan,…

CS 140.1.jpg
Group portrait. Front row (left to right): first 2 unidentified, Mary Jeffries, Juanita Ford, unidentified, Mrs. Brown or B. Kasey. Back row: S. Ford (?), Bill Thompson, W. Jeffries (?), Al Holland Sr., unidentified

CS 139.jpg
Group portrait. From left to right: first 2 unidentified, Dorothy Sheppeson (?) Greene, Odelle Mebane, Eunice Poindexter, unidentified, Alma Finney Tyree Robertson (?), unidentified, Nina Chanlton (?) Bolden, Ed Green, Markhiem or Macklain

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Very similar church event as CS 136, possibly a pageant.

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Unknown church event

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Portrait of Joseph Fuller Jr

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Group portrait. First row (left to right): Rev. Metz Coker, Patricia Waller Henry, Jack Watson, next 2 unidentified, McCarthy Woods. Second row: Leroy Campbell, next 4 unidentified, Valerie Lash. Third row: Ms. Woods, Mr. Williams, Mr. Meadows, next…

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St. Paul’s Methodist Church. Far-right corner: Marionetta Sprauve Shaw (far left corner is unidentified). First row (left to right): Lillie Patterson, unidentified, Christine Payne or Arnesia Keeling Payne, unidentified, Fizer-Simmons. Second row…

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Group portrait. From left to right: Patricia Waller, Ruth Anderson, Edna Prunty, Delia or Leila Bryant, unidentified, Fulford, unidentified, Maxine Thomas, unidentified, Mrs. Broady

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Unknown group portrait, possibly a sorority

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Debutante Ball

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The Harrison Baseball Team. 1928-1930. Numerical order: 1. Crawford 2. Jim Jones 3. Bob Jefferson 4. Jess Smith 5. “Bubber” McAfee 6. Edward Calloway 7. Bobley Colson 8. Lee Calloway 9. Jack Calloway 10. Banks 11. Matthews 12. “Wildman”…

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Freemasons outside Prince Hall. Front row (left to right): Frank Broady, unidentified, J. Luvelle Taylor, unidentified, Beane, unidentified. Middle row (left to right): unidentified, Robert Scales?, unidentified, Clifton Whitworth, next 2…

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Front row (left to right): A. Byron Smith, Nina Medley, Lessie Polk, Raymond Polk

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Gift exchange

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Dr. J.H. Roberts and his wife pictured at Christmastime

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Gathering for Hunton Crew INC.

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Gathering for Hunton Crew INC.

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Gathering for Hunton Crew INC. Far left corner--Richard Penly and Mrs. Shirlene Penly. Estelle McCadden is pictured 3rd from the right in the first row of chairs and Mr. Lewis Peery is pictured in the farthest row, 2nd from the left

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Gathering for Hunton Crew INC.

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Gathering for Hunton Crew INC.

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Hunton Life Saving Crew

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High Street Baptist Church Sanctuary Choir. Front row (left to right): Marilyn Curtis, next 2 unidentified, Frances Keene, Barbara Taylor, William Keene (Buster), Broady or Brown. Back row (left to right): unidentified, Rev. Ulas Broady, rest…

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Unknown portrait of two working females, possibly waitresses

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Church service. Envelope: Rev. Horatio Edwards

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Award reception. Envelope: Mary Rayford, Audrey Wheaton’s Mom

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Pictured: Far left (CS 112.4 - 112.6)--Elmer Thomas. Far right--Maxine Thomas

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Debutante portrait

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Debutante portrait

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Debutante portrait

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Colonial Stores storefront

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Unknown male walking in an aisle past an audience, possibly a debutante escort

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Debutante ball

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Freemasons. Herbert Shovley identified in the front row on the far lefthand side

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Unknown group portrait

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Unknown ceremony or an award reception

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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Front row (left to right): Donna Lee, Elizabeth Thomas or Coltman, Carolyn Patterson (or Koger?), Nadine Davis Wheaton, Sadie B. Lawson. Middle row (left to right): Katy Wheaton? (or Butler), rest unidentified. Back row…

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Group portrait not identified, but Nona Harris is pictured center (standing)

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Group Portrait. St. Matthew Church of God, Abbot St. Front row (left to right): Florine Fulford or Fuller, Nona Harris, Dorothy Taylor or Walker. Back row (left to right): E. Hash or Nancy Hash, Prunty, Edna Nash (Temple of the Way Out Church?) or…

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Unknown banquet

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Atwood’s capital view tour with unknown members of the Booker T. Washington Trade School

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Unknown award recognition

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Unknown award recognition

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Unknown children’s meal, possibly at Hunton YMCA Daycare

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Unknown children’s meal, possibly at Hunton YMCA Daycare

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Group portrait. From left to right: Nona Harris, Bessie Coles, Helen or Halle or Hall, unidentified, unidentified, Becky Hale

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Group portrait. Front row (left to right): Connie Johnson Hamlar, unidentified, unidentified, Gwendolyn Lawrence (Connie and Gwendolyn are sisters). Back row (left to right) : unidentified, Doris Elam, Nina Bolden, Baylice Cooper

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Pictured: Front row (left to right)--Ruth Lash, unidentified, Mary Curtis Steptoe, Kitty McCain, Middle row (left to right)--Elizabeth Snyder, Edna Prunty, next two unidentified, Back row--Sister Hall Martin, Prunty

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Group portrait

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Shriners group portrait

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Shriners group portrait. Envelope: Prints of groups made at Lodge Hall and YMCA

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Shriners group portrait. Envelope: Prints of groups made at Lodge Hall and YMCA

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Shriners group portrait. Envelope: Prints of groups made at Lodge Hall and YMCA

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Church service and greeting. Dr. Noel C. Taylor pictured left, Dr. Maynard H. Law pictured center.

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Church service and greeting. Dr. Maynard H. Law pictured left of the podium and Rev. Wright pictured at the podium.

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Church service and greeting. Dr. Maynard H. Law pictured right.

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Church service. Dr. Noel C. Taylor pictured.

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Unknown children’s church choir performance

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Church service, Interior of First Baptist Church. Envelope: Rev. Edwards

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Church service, Interior of First Baptist Church.

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Church service, Interior of First Baptist Church.

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Church service, Interior of First Baptist Church.

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Church service, Interior of First Baptist Church.

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Church service, Interior of First Baptist Church. Noel C Taylor pictured

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Possibly the organization Continental Societies INC. Interior of First Baptist Church.

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Possibly the organization Continental Societies INC. Interior of First Baptist Church.

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Possibly the organization Continental Societies INC. Interior of First Baptist Church.

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Possibly the organization Continental Societies INC. Interior of First Baptist Church.

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Possibly the organization Continental Societies INC. Interior of First Baptist Church.

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Unknown banquet

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Unknown banquet

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Unknown assembly, possibly debutant

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Unknown assembly, possibly debutant

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Unknown classroom portrait

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High Street Baptist Church Sanctuary Choir. Front row (left to right): Barbara Taylor, Francis Keene, Louise Prunty, next 5 unidentified, Nina Medley, Earl or Carl Woodlift Jr.. Middle row: Marilyn Curtis, unidentified, Helen Terry, Elise Scott,…

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High Street Baptist Church Sanctuary Choir. Front row (left to right): Barbara Taylor, Francis Keene, Louise Prunty, unidentified, Elsie Scott, unidentified, unidentified, Nina Medley, Bonnie Terry, Earl or Carl Woodlift Jr. Middle Row (left to…

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Freemasons group portrait. Front row (left to right): Matthew Banks, Melvin Anderson, James Stewart, unidentified, Paul Scott. Back row (left to right): O.W. Jone, Otho Wright, Elijah Williams, unidentified

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Unknown banquet

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Unknown banquet

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Unknown banquet

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Unknown banquet

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Unknown banquet

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Unknown conference

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Unknown banquet

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Unknown banquet

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Left: George Harris, Center: unidentified, Right: Lawrence Hunter

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Unknown banquet

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Unknown banquet

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Unknown banquet

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Unknown school play or student performance

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Unknown school choir performance

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Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Ceremony

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Unknown group portrait

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Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Ceremony

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Unknown group portrait

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Unknown freemason portrait

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Unknown freemason portrait

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Unknown freemason portrait

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Unknown event

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Unknown event

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Group portrait. From left to right: Dorothy Taylor or Mrs. Fulford, Delia or Leila Bryant, unknown, Maxine Thomas (Dr. Reginald Shareef’s Mother), Mrs. Broady

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Harrison Elementary School faculty Halloween costume portrait

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Harrison Elementary School costume party

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Harrison Elementary School costume party

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Harrison Elementary School. Left: Maxine Foutz Thomas (?). Center: Marionette Shaw Sprouve

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Sorority event

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Sorority event

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Sorority group portrait. From left to right: Gloria Wingfield, Carolyn Kroger Patterson, Christine Logan Powell, Carolyn Murphy, Carolyn Law, Jean Whitten, Joyce Preston, Marilyn Spencer, Clara Boyo, Gloria Waddell, unknown, Juaniva Crowder, Clara…

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Unknown banquet portrait

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Unknown banquet portrait

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Recognition ceremony at Burrell Hospital. Pictured: Dr. George Moore shaking Dr. Henry Penn's hand and Attorney Lawrence speaking at the podium

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Recognition ceremony at Burell Hospital.

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Downing family portrait

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Group Portrait. From left to right front row : Evelyn Scott Pullen, Courtney (?) Neeley, Elaine Davis Stoval, Gloria Downing, Eloise Downing (or Law?), Baylese or Balise Spencer. From left to right back row: Constance Johnson Hamlar, Nina Charlton…

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Unknown portrait of a woman

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Unknown portrait of a woman

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Unknown portrait of a woman.

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Unknown neighborhood portrait

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Salem Baptist Church service.

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Teachers and Bus Org. 1957.. Envelope: Mrs. G. West Home Gertrude Preston West and Mrs. J Calloway Wells Ave. N.W. Front row left (second over): Hazel Hall, Front row center- left: Althea Calloway, Front row center: ? Broady (teacher), Front row…

VANv33n4-Supp.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv33n4.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv33n3.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv33n2.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv33n1.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv32n4.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv32n3.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv32n2.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv32n1.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

GarnerGlenna.pdf
The Glenna Garner Collection is arranged into two series: Series I contains research compiled by family groups arranged alphabetically by surname; Series II contains records arranged alphabetically by document type. Series I focuses on Glenna…

FE305 Roanoke Country Club.jpg
Greens and fairways at Roanoke Country Club. The clubhouse is just visible in the background.

FE304 Observation Tower.jpg
The first observation tower on Mill Mountain was constructed in 1910 and destroyed by a violent wind storm in 1914. It was replaced shortly thereafter by another observation tower, which burned in 1936.

FE303 Prospect Road.jpg
Mill Mountain’s Prospect Road, commonly called the Loop Road or Old Toll Road, still has the same basic design when it originated as a graded carriage road in 1891. Today, the road is part of the Roanoke Valley’s greenway system within Mill…

FE302 Melrose Baseball.jpg
Melrose Athletic Club baseball team and mascot.

FE301 Market Square.jpg
In the days before trucks were ubiquitous, farmers brought their goods to the City Market in buckboards, carts, and Conestoga wagons.

FE300 Roanoke Auditorium.jpg
Roanoke Auditorium was located along Wells Avenue NE, between Williamson Road and 2nd Street. Built in 1916, it was purchased in 1947 by the American Legion and thence called the American Legion Auditorium. It served the city well as an all-purpose…

FE299 Buena Vista.jpg
Buena Vista was contructed by Colonel George P. Tayloe around 1840.

FE298 Coulter Building.jpg
Built in 1926, the Coulter Building is located at 601 S. Jefferson Street.

FE297 Jackson Ferry Shot Tower.jpg
Jackson Ferry Shot Tower in Wythe County. The tower is 75 feet tall and was used for manufacturing lead shot. Construction began shortly after the American Revolution and was completed in 1802. The shot tower is now Shot Tower State Park.

FE296 McGuire Building.jpg
The McGuire Building and Market Square.

FE295 People's Bank.jpg
People's Bank building located at 201 S. Pollard Street in Vinton.

FE294 Shenandoah Building.jpg
The Shenandoah Building is located at 305 1st Street.

FE293 Jefferson Apartments.jpg
The Jefferson Apartments, formerly located at 820 S. Jefferson Street. This view looks west on Mountain Avenue.

FE292 Crystal Spring.jpg
A view of Crystal Spring Park, pump house, and reservoir. Crystal Spring was one of the city's earliest landscaped parks. It was designed and managed by Roanoke Gas and Water Works.

FE291 School Administration.jpg
Roanoke High School was built in 1898 on the northeast corner of Church Avenue and 3rd Street SW. It became the school administration building in 1924 after Jefferson High School opened. It was razed in 1968 for construction of the Municipal…

FE290 City Hotel.jpg
City Hotel was built in 1886 on the southeast corner of Jefferson Street and Salem Avenue.

FE289 Medical Arts Building.jpg
Located at 30 Franklin Road, the Professional (or Medical) Arts Building was built in 1929.

FE288 McBain Building.jpg
The McBain building, located at 34 Campbell Avenue.

FE287 Roanoke High School.jpg
Roanoke High School was built in 1898 on the northeast corner of Church Avenue and 3rd Street SW. It became the school administration building in 1924 after Jefferson High School opened. It was razed in 1968 for construction of the Municipal…

FE286 Roanoke Auditorium.jpg
Roanoke Auditorium was located along Wells Avenue NE, between Williamson Road and 2nd Street. Built in 1916, it was purchased in 1947 by the American Legion and thence called the American Legion Auditorium. It served the city well as an all-purpose…

FE285 Colonial Bank Building.jpg
Colonial National Bank building, located at 202 S. Jefferson Street.

FE284 Roanoke Lodge #197.jpg
Roanoke Lodge #197 of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. The lodge stood on the southeast corner of Jefferson Street and Franklin Road

FE283 Post Office.jpg
Roanoke's second federally funded post office was constructed on the same site as the first, the corner of Church Avenue and 1st Street. It was built in 1914 and replaced in 1933.

FE281 Phelps & Armistead.jpg
Phelps & Armistead Furniture, formerly located at 312 2nd Street SW. The building would later be occupied by Grand Piano.

FE280 Hammond Printing.jpg
Hammond's Printing and Litho Works, formerly located on the southeast corner of Jefferson Street and Luck Avenue,

FE279 McBain Building.jpg
The McBain building, located at 34 Campbell Avenue.

FE278 Prospect Road.jpg
Mill Mountain’s Prospect Road, commonly called the Loop Road or Old Toll Road, still has the same basic design when it originated as a graded carriage road in 1891. Today, the road is part of the Roanoke Valley’s greenway system within Mill…

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The Municipal Building was built in 1915.

FE275 Victory Stadium.jpg
Athletic field and grandstands at Victory Stadium. The stadium was built in 1942 and razed in 2006.

FE274 Victory Stadium.jpg
Athletic field and grandstands at Victory Stadium. The stadium was built in 1942 and razed in 2006.

FE273 Market Building.jpg
The Market Building appears largely unchanged today from when it was built in 1922.

FE272 Ponce de Leon Hotel.jpg
The original Ponce de Leon Hotel located at 131 Campbell Avenue SW. The elegant verandas are gone by the time this photograph was taken. In December 1930, the building was totally destroyed by fire, killing one resident and injuring others. It was…

FE271 Roanoke Public Warehouse.jpg
Roanoke Public Warehouse was located at 403 Salem Avenue.

FE270 Main Street.jpg
Aerial viewing showing Main Street in Salem near the intersection with Union Street and Academy Street.

FE269 Roanoke Knitting Mills.jpg
Roanoke Knitting Mills began operations in 1903 at 306 Elm Avenue SE. It closed by 1909.

FE268 Lorraine Apartments.jpg
Shown under construction are the Lorraine Apartments, located at 1221 S. Jefferson Street. This view shows the rear of the building from Maple Avenue SW.

FE267 Williamson Building.jpg
Intersection showing the Williamson Building on the northwest corner of Church Avenue and Jefferson Street. At the time of this photo it was occupied by the Sportsman, Deb Fashions, Thom McCann Shoes. The building was razed in 1977.

FE266 Lorraine Apartments.jpg
Shown under construction are the Lorraine Apartments, located at 1221 S. Jefferson Street.

FE265 Mill Mountain.jpg
A view of Mill Mountain showing a relatively undeveloped foreground.

FE263 Day and Night Bank.jpg
Built in 1905, the building located at 116 Campbell Avenue SW was home to two banks in its early years, Day & Night Bank in this photograph and State & City Bank.

FE261 Christ Episcopal.jpg
Christ Episcopal Church, located at 1101 Franklin Road SW.

FE260 Jefferson Street.jpg
Looking north on Jefferson Street from the 300 block.

FE258 Jefferson Street.jpg
Looking south on Jefferson Street from Salem Avenue.

FE257 Lee Junior High.jpg
Lee Junior High School was built in 1912 at the intersection of Franklin Road and 2nd Street SW. It was razed in 1973 to clear the site for construction of the Richard H. Poff Federal Building.

FE256 Stone Printing.jpg
Stone Printing Company began doing business at this location in 1891. The stone veneer was added to the building, located at 116 N. Jefferson Street, in 1907.

FE255 Jefferson Hospital.jpg
Jefferson Hospital, founded in 1907 by Dr. Hugh Trout, was the predecessor of Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital. Formerly located at 1313 Franklin Road SW, the hospital closed in 1967 and was later razed.

FE250 Police Car.jpg
Parked in front of the city jail, is this blue and white, fifty horsepower Cadillac patrol wagon. It could carry as many as eight prisoners in its enclosed compartment, while the policeman had to ride exposed to the elements.

FE241 Blue Ridge Springs.jpg
Blue Ridge Springs was one of a number of summer resorts in Southwestern Virginia. It boasted the healing powers of dyspepsia in its natural spring. Like many resorts of its kind, Blue Ridge Springs fell into disrepair during the Great Depression. …

FE239 Grandin Road.jpg
Looking northeast on Grandin Road at the intersection with Shirley Avenue.

FE236 N&W Shops.jpg
Aerial view of Norfolk & Western east end shops.

FE226 Maiden Lane.jpg
Looking west from the 1900 block of Maiden Lane. The neighborhood is still under development at the time of this photograph.

FE225b Maiden Lane.jpg
Looking east on the 2000 block of Maiden Lane SW. The neighborhood is still under development at the time this photograph was taken.

FE225a Westover Avenue.jpg
Looking east on the 2000 block of Westover Avenue SW. The neighborhood is still under development at the time of this photograph.

FE224 Grandin Road.jpg
Looking south on Grandin Road from the 1700 block.

FE222 Primitive Dentistry.jpg
Onlookers in Ballyhack watch as the seated gentleman in this photograph is having a tooth extracted by the lady in front of him, while the one behind him holds his head still.

FE214 Campbell Avenue.jpg
Looking west on Campbell Avenue.

FE211 Witten-Martin Furniture.jpg
Located at 213 1st Street SW, the Masonic temple was constructed in 1911. For many years, the first floor was occupied by various retail establishments, as evidenced in this photograph when Witten-Martin Furniture Company occupied the space.

FE208 Crockett Springs.jpg
Crockett Springs Resort, near Shawsville, was one of a number of summer resorts in Southwestern Virginia that boasted the healing powers of its spring waters. The resort opened in 1889 and closed shortly before 1940. The hotel was razed in 1966.

FE206 Mountain Lake.jpg
Canoers on Mountain Lake. The second Mountain Lake Lodge, built in 1875, can be seen in the distance. The current stone lodge replaced this structure in 1936.

FE205 Police Switchboard.jpg
Switchboard at Police headquarters. Sargeant Dick Arnold uses the phone as motorcycle officer John Lemon looks on.

FE203 Virginia College.jpg
The Virginia College for Young Women was located in the South Roanoke neighborhood at the end of Rosalind Avenue. The college closed in 1933.

FE202 Blue Ridge Springs.jpg
Blue Ridge Springs was one of a number of summer resorts in Southwestern Virginia. It boasted the healing powers of dyspepsia in its natural spring. Like many resorts of its kind, Blue Ridge Springs fell into disrepair during the Great Depression. …

FE201 State & City Building.jpg
State & City Building, located at 102 Campbell Avenue SW.

FE200 WDBJ Radio.jpg
Virginia's second commercial radio station, WDBJ-AM, had been broadcasting for twelve and a half years when it moved to its new quarters at 124 Kirk Avenue SW in January 1937.

FE199 Terra Alta.jpg
"Terra Alta" located at 1348 Prospect Road SE.

FE198 Mountain Trust Bank.jpg
The temporary quarters of Mountain Trust Bank, formerly located at 34 W. Church Avenue.

FE196 Roanoke Baseball.jpg
Roanoke Baseball Team. Front row, left to right: Dusty Coons, ? Wrigley, ? Lynch; middle row, L to R: unidentfied, unidentfied, Pop Tate (manager), G. McGann, ? Hill; back row, L to R: Ed McGinnis, unidentified, unidentified, and ? Williams.

FE195 Campbell Avenue.jpg
Lyle's Drugstore occupied the right half of this building, located at 101 Campbell Avenue SW.

FE189 Fenton China.jpg
Fenton China and House Furniture, formerly located at 306 S. Jefferson Street.

FE188 Burrell Memorial.jpg
Roanoke's first African American hospital, Burrell Memorial, was founded in 1915 in a small cottage on Henry Street. It soon outgrew the Henry Street location and moved into the former Alleghany Institute, a school for boys located at 611 McDowell…

FE185 Campbell Avenue.jpg
Looking east from the 100 block of Campbell Avenue.

FE182 Jefferson Street.jpg
Looking south on Jefferson Street from the Colonial Bank building.

FE178 Elmwood Park.jpg
A scene in Elmwood Park.

FE175 Roanoke High School.jpg
Roanoke High School was built in 1898 on the northeast corner of Church Avenue and 3rd Street SW. It became the school administration building in 1924 after Jefferson High School opened. It was razed in 1968 for construction of the Municipal…

FE171 Roanoke Photo Finishing.jpg
An interior view of Roanoke Photo Finishing Company with George Davis behind counter.

FE162 N&W General Offices.jpg
Completed in 1883 by the Shenandoah Valley Railroad, the general office building housed the offices for Norfolk & Western after they were moved from Lynchburg. The building was located on the northwest corner of Jefferson Street and Shenandoah…

FE159 Mountain View.jpg
Mountain View, a 40 room elegant turn-of-the-century mansion, was built in 1907 by Junius B. Fishburn. Mr. Fishburn donated Mountain View to the City in 1955 with the stipulation that it be used solely and exclusively for public recreation purposes.…

FE157 Ole Monterey Golf Course.jpg
Built in 1920, Ole Monterey Golf Course is the second oldest golf course in the City of Roanoke.

FE156 Crystal Spring Laundry.jpg
Crystal Spring Laundry was located at 720 Franklin Road SW.

FE153 Ole Monterey Golf Course.jpg
Ole Monterey Golf Course, built in 1920, is the second oldest golf course in the City of Roanoke.

FE151 Wasena Elementary.jpg
Wasena Elementary School is located at 1125 Sherwood Avenue SW.

FE150 Jefferson High.jpg
Originally constructed in 1922, Jefferson High School was Roanoke's largest high school for half a century.

FE147 State & City Bank.jpg
Built in 1905, the building located at 116 Campbell Avenue SW was home to two banks in its early years, State & City Bank in this photograph and Day & Night Bank.

FE146 Roanoke Hospital.jpg
Roanoke Hospital was built in 1893 with the aid of Norfolk & Western and the Roanoke Gas and Water Company. Carilion Roanoke Memorial now occupies the site of the old hospital.

FE144 Highland Park Elementary.jpg
Built in 1920, Highland Park Elementary School is located at 1212 5th Street SW.

FE142 Roanoke Printing Company.jpg
Roanoke Printing Company occupies the Bolling Building, formerly located on the southwest corner of Church Avenue and 1st Street SW.

FE140 Stonewall Jackson Middle.jpg
Stonewall Jackson Middle School located at 1004 Montrose Avenue SE. The school's name was changed to John P. Fishwick Middle School in 2018.

FE139 Lucy Addison High.jpg
Lucy Addison High School opened in 1928. Located at 40 Douglass Avenue NW, the building now houses Roanoke City Public Schools Administrative Offices.

FE138 Jamison School.jpg
Jamison Elementary School was located on the southwest corner of Jamison Avenue and 14th Street SE. The school was built in 1916 and razed in 1975.

FE137 Stonewall Jackson Middle.jpg
Stonewall Jackson Middle School located at 1004 Montrose Avenue SE shortly after completion. The school's name was changed to John P. Fishwick Middle School in 2018.

FE136 Morningside Elementary.jpg
Morningside Elementary School, located at 1716 Wilson Street SE.

FE131 Boggs & Havnaer.jpg
Boggs & Havnaer Laundry and Dry Cleaning supplies and equipment, formerly located at 912 3 1/2 Street SE.

FE130 Morice Twine Mill.jpg
The Morice (formerly Roanoke) Twine Mill in Norwich. Built to house the Norwich Lock Company in 1891, the lock company was a short-lived enterprise. In 1901, the Roanoke Cotton Mill moved into the abandoned building.

FE128 Sherwood Forest.jpg
Entrance to Sherwood Forest subdivision, located at Yellow Mountain Road and Nottingham Road.

FE126 Harrison School.jpg
The Harrison School was completed in 1916. Two years later, the first high school classes for African American students began at Harrison School. Three students graduated in 1924, due largely to the persistence of Harrison's principal, Lucy…

FE124 Commerce Street School.jpg
Commerce Street School, also called First Ward School, was located at the corner of Church Avenue and 2nd (Commerce) Street. Built in 1890, it was razed in 1929 to make room for the post office.

FE123 Ponce de Leon.jpg
The second Ponce de Leon Hotel located at 131 Campbell Avenue SW.

FE121 Belmont Elementary.jpg
Belmont Elementary School was located on Dale Avenue in southeast Roanoke. The school was built in 1891 and remained in operation until 1974 when Fallon Park Elementary School was completed.

FE120 N&W General Offices.jpg
Norfolk & Western General Offices, located at 8 N. Jefferson Street, replaced the old General Offices after they were destroyed by fire in 1896. This building would be used in this capacity until 1932 when the new office building was completed.

FE117 Salvation Army Hotel.jpg
Salvation Army Hotel, formerly located at 201 2nd Street SW.

FE116 Roanoke Country Club.jpg
Roanoke Country Club, located at 3360 Old Country Club Road NW, shortly after completion of the clubhouse.

FE112 First Presbyterian.jpg
First Presbyterian Church, located at 2101 Jefferson Street SW.

FE111 Hancock-Clay.jpg
In the Coulter Building, the Hancock-Clay Company opened a department store in 1926. This interior view shows some of the dry goods and notions sold by Hancock-Clay. The firm became bankrupt in the early 1930s.

FE109 2nd VA Company G.jpg
Spanish-American War United States Veterans, Company G, 2nd Virginia Volunteers, Dewey Mess. Pictured are : H.H. Zink, E.M. Carr, Pat Sullivan, A.T. Day, F.M. Moore, C.W. Rolen, J.T. Donnelly, G.D. Black, J.L. Bonavita, G.W. Misel, R.L. Tremain,…

FE107 Roanoke Bankers.jpg
Group portrait of Roanoke bankers in front of the Terry Building.

FE103 Natural Tunnel.jpg
Natural Tunnel in Scott County. The massive naturally formed cave is so large, it is used as a railroad tunnel.

FE098 Pythian Castle Hall.jpg
Groundbreaking for Pythian Castle Hall, Osceola Lodge No. 47 on Franklin Road. Shown are George Davis, Stuart A. Barbour, Frank N. Smith, and Charles D. Keffer.

FE094 Old 97.jpg
The wreck of the "Old 97" was an American rail disaster involving the Southern Railway mail train, officially known as the Fast Mail, while en route from Monroe, Virginia, to Spencer, North Carolina, on September 27, 1903. Due to excessive speed in…

FE093 Mill Mountain.jpg
A view of Mill Mountain. Building in foreground was the Adams, Payne, Gleaves, Livery Stable No. 2. Abandoned by the time of this photograph, it is used to promote the purchase of war bonds.

FE092 Armistead Neal House.jpg
Armistead Neal tavern and boarding house was located on Shenandoah Avenue. For many years, it served the town of Big Lick as a hotel.

FE091 Roanoke Country Club.jpg
Golf Course at Roanoke Country Club.

FE090 Red Men's Band.jpg
Hiawatha Tribe Number 66, Red Men's Band at Hotel Roanoke.

FE089 Old 97.jpg
The wreck of the "Old 97" was an American rail disaster involving the Southern Railway mail train, officially known as the Fast Mail, while en route from Monroe, Virginia, to Spencer, North Carolina, on September 27, 1903. Due to excessive speed in…

FE088 Roanoke Machine Shop Band.jpg
Led by the Roanoke Machine Works band, the funeral procession of William Nolty winds slowly past "Brick Row" on E. Campbell Avenue. "Brick Row" was built as a low-rent housing area for mostly less skilled workers at Roanoke Machine Works. The…

FE086 Old 97.jpg
The wreck of the "Old 97" was an American rail disaster involving the Southern Railway mail train, officially known as the Fast Mail, while en route from Monroe, Virginia, to Spencer, North Carolina, on September 27, 1903. Due to excessive speed in…

FE085 Webster Brick.jpg
Webster Brick Company (now General Shale), located at 2351 Webster Road.

FE084 Muse Family.jpg
Calvin and Harriet Muse stand with their sons, George and Willie, after the family is reunited in 1927. George and Willie's story is detailed in 'Truevine: Two Brothers, a Kidnapping, and a Mother's Quest' by Beth Macy.

FE083 Natural Bridge Hotel.jpg
The original Natural Bridge Hotel. The hotel burned in 1963 and was replaced by the current hotel in 1964.

FE082 Almshouse.jpg
The Almshouse or "poor house" was built in 1925. The building is now part of Virginia Western Community College.

FE081 Carvins Cove.jpg
Waterfall at Carvins Cove.

FE080 Poages Mill.jpg
Close-up view of Poage's Mill waterwheel on Back Creek.

FE079 RHS Gymnasts.jpg
Roanoke High School gymnasts. Caption reads, "Winners Intermediate Gym Contest, '07-'08".

FE075 Alleghany Institute Students.jpg
Group portrait of students and faculty of the Alleghany Institute. Front row, left ot right: Ott Coleman, Jack Airheart, William ?; back row, left to right: B.S. Brooke, Eugene Turner, Ernest B. Fishburn, Billy Malone, D. Thomas Taylor, Romeo…

FE073 Jefferson High School.jpg
Jefferson High School

FE072 Jefferson Hospital.jpg
Jefferson Hospital, founded in 1907 by Dr. Hugh Trout, was the predecessor of Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital. Formerly located at 1313 Franklin Road SW, the hospital closed in 1967 and was later razed. The two-story porches no longer exist…

FE071 Ponce de Leon Hotel.jpg
The second Ponce de Leon Hotel located at 131 Campbell Avenue SW.

FE069 Ponce de Leon Hotel.jpg
The original Ponce de Leon Hotel located at 131 Campbell Avenue SW. The elegant verandas are gone by the time this photograph was taken. In December 1930, the building was totally destroyed by fire, killing one resident and injuring others. It was…

FE068 Greene Memorial.jpg
Greene Memorial United Methodist Church at the corner of Church Avenue and 2nd Street. In this photograph, a crowd is gathered to watch as the new La France Fire Engine was hauled to the corner to see if it could throw water as high as the steeple…

FE066 Observation Tower.jpg
The second observation tower once atop Mill Mountain. The first observation tower was destroyed in a wind storm in 1914. This tower replaced it until 1936, when it was destroyed by fire. George Davis at left.

FE065 WDBJ.jpg
WDBJ station at its third location on the corner of Colonial Avenue and Brandon Avenue.

FE064 View from Mill Mountain.jpg
A view of Roanoke from Mill Mountain with the Riverland neighborhood in the foreground.

FE062 Natural Bridge Hotel.jpg
The original Natural Bridge Hotel. The hotel burned in 1963 and was replaced by the current hotel in 1964.

FE061 UCT Carnival.jpg
Spectators watch the highwire act, part of the Order of United Commercial Travelers of American carnival.

FE058 Campbell Avenue.jpg
Crowds gather along Campbell Avenue to watch the Armistice Day Parade.

FE057 1st Street.jpg
Looking north on 1st Street from Church Avenue.

FE056 Downtown Roanoke.jpg
Looking north on Jefferson Street from the Colonial National Bank building.

FE055 Lewis-Gale.jpg
Lewis-Gale Hospital was built in 1909 as a partnership between Dr. Sparrell Gale and Dr. J.N. Lewis. The original hospital stood at the northwest corner of 3rd Street and Luck Avenue.

FE054 Dog Mouth Fountain.jpg
Th Dog Mouth Fountain stands on the northwest corner of Salem Avenue and Market Street. Legend has it that those who drink from the fountain will always return to Roanoke.

FE052 Mill Mountain.jpg
A view of Mill Mountain. Roanoke Hospital, the Mill Mountain Incline, and the observation tower are all visible.

FE050 Patrick Henry Hotel.jpg
Patrick Henry Hotel

FE049 1st Street.jpg
Looking north on 1st Street from Church Avenue.

FE048 FNEB.jpg
The First National Exchange Bank building is located at 201 S. Jefferson Street.

FE047 Market Building.jpg
Roanoke's first Market Building. Built in 1886, it was replaced by the current Market Building in 1922.

FE046 Patrick Henry Lobby.jpg
Interior view of the Patrick Henry Hotel lobby.

FE045 Elmwood Pond.jpg
The pond once in Elmwood Park.

FE044 Civil War Veterans.jpg
Civil War veterans reunion at Hotel Roanoke.

FE041 Almshouse.jpg
The Almshouse or "poor house" was built in 1925. The building is now part of Virginia Western Community College.

FE038 Mill Mountain Incline.jpg
Mill Mountain Incline.

FE037 Jefferson Street.jpg
Looking north on Jefferson Street.

FE036 Hotel Roanoke.jpg
Hotel Roanoke

FE034 Horton Livery.jpg
Horton and Roberts Livery Stable stood at the corner of 1st Street and Church Avenue.

FE033 Big Lick Livery.jpg
The Big Lick Livery Stable stood on Church Avenue behind Roanoke's first federally funded post office which can be seen in the background.

FE032 Post Office.jpg
Roanoke's second federally funded post office was constructed on the same site as the first, the corner of Church Avenue and 1st Street. It was built in 1914 and replaced in 1933.

FE028 Fire Ladder.jpg
Firemen pose on a ladder pulled by horses. The building in the background was on the corner of 1st Street and Church Avenue.

FE027 Title Guarantee.jpg
Title Guarantee Trust and Savings Bank, formerly located at 34 Church Avenue SW.

FE024 Jefferson Street.jpg
Looking south on Jefferson Street. American Theatre on right.

FE023 Big Lick Hotel.jpg
Formerly located on the southwest corner of Williamson Road and Salem Avenue, the Big Lick Hotel would go through several iterations, including a portion of the Shenandoah Hotel, the Lee Hotel and Hotel Earle. The building was gutted by fire in 1991…

FE022 Church and Jefferson.jpg
Intersection showing the Williamson Building on the northwest corner of Church Avenue and Jefferson Street. At the time of this photo, the building housed T.L. Deyerle Company. It would later be home to the Sportsman. The building was razed in…

FE019 Lakeside.jpg
Lakeside Amusement Park was built in 1920 on Mason's Creek. The "lake" seen here was the area's first public swimming pool, complete with sand beach. Also visible is the "Thriller" rollercoaster and the bumper car pavilion.

FE017 Mountain Trust.jpg
Mountain Trust Bank was located in the Strickland Building at 302 S. Jefferson Street.

FE015 Municipal Building.jpg
The Municipal Building from 2nd Street.

FE014 Campbell Avenue.jpg
Looking west on Campbell Avenue. The Rialto Theatre is visible at left.

FE013 McGuire Building.jpg
The McGuire Building, located at 1 Market Square, was built in 1914 and housed W. E. McGuire’s Farmers’ Supply Co. that sold buggies, wagons, fertilizer, seed, and other farm-related equipment and supplies. Tenants in this photo include A&P…

FE012 Alleghany Institute Students.jpg
Group portrait of Alleghany Institute students. Individuals unidentifed.

FE011 McGuire Building.jpg
The McGuire Building, located at 1 Market Square, was built in 1914 and housed W. E. McGuire’s Farmers’ Supply Co. that sold buggies, wagons, fertilizer, seed, and other farm-related equipment and supplies.

FE010 Campbell Avenue.jpg
Looking east on Campbell Avenue toward the Market Building from the roof of the Colonial American National Bank building.

FE009 Union Lunch.jpg
Union Lunch, formerly located in the area where the Market Building is today.

FE007 Armistice Day Parade.jpg
A contingent of veterans march in the Armistice Day Parade on Campbell Avenue.

FE006 JE Bernards.jpg
J.E. Bernard's Machine Shop, formerly located at 109-111 Church Avenue SW. Roanoke Automobile Company is located next door, specializing in the sale of Ramblers.

FE005 Carolina Cotton Mills.jpg
Carolina Cotton and Woolen Mills, formerly located at 505 6th Street SW.

FE003 Grand Piano.jpg
Grand Piano Furniture was located at 312 2nd Street SW.

FE002 GW Sisler.jpg
G.W. Sisler Funeral Home, formerly located at 23 First (Salem) Avenue.

FE001 First Auto.jpg
Roanoke's first automobile parked in front of a bicycle shop. The first auto was believed to have been owned by T.T. Fishburn.

HouchinsCatherine.MP3
Oral History Interview with Reverend Catherine Houchins
Interviewer: Joel Bowers
Interviewee: Rev. Catherine Houchins
Date: March 11, 2019
Location: Metropolitan Community Church of the Blue Ridge
Total Duration: 56:00
Transcription prepared…

ChattinRiley.MP3
Oral History Interview with Riley Chattin
Interviewer: Jillian Barnard
Interviewee: Riley Chattin
Date: February 22, 2019
Location: Fintel Library, Roanoke College
Total Duration: 57:35
Transcription prepared by: Becca Horton, Alanna Higdon,…

SwainYoedie.MP3
Oral History Interview with Yoedie Cleveland Swain
Interviewer: Elbisa Lindov
Interviewee: Yoedie Cleveland Swain
Date: February 25, 2019
Location: Diva’s House of Hair
Total Duration: 1:02:17
Transcription prepared by: Cameron Sammons and…

BurrussGail.MP3
Oral History Interview with Gail Burruss
Interviewers: Michelle Eimen
Interviewee: Gail Burruss
Date: February 18, 2019
Location: Fintel Library, Roanoke College
Total Duration: 59:20
Transcription prepared by: Katie Thaxton, Michelle Eimen,…

ThrockmortonNegativeCollection.pdf
Inventory of negatives included in the Throckmorton Negative Collection, Images containing group and individual negatives are not identified beyond the names of the groups.

TNC 63.0 WKT Law Office.jpg
Willett, Key, and Tatel Law Office, formerly located at 109 Highland Avenue, SW.

TNC 61.0 YWCA Building.jpg
The former Roanoke YWCA building located at 605 1st Street, SW.

TNC 60.15 FNEB.jpg
First National Exchange Bank, formerly locate at 1204 S. Main Street, Blacksburg.

TNC 60.14 First Federal Savings.jpg
First Federal Savings of Roanoke, formerly located at 1206 S. Main Street, Blacksburg.

TNC 60.13 Blacksburg Presbyterian.jpg
Blacksburg Presbyterian Church, located at 701 Church Street, Blacksburg.

TNC 60.12 FNEB.jpg
First National Exchange Bank, formerly located at 200 N. Main Street, Blacksburg.

TNC 60.11 NB of Blacksburg.jpg
National Bank of Blacksburg, located at 100 S. Main Street, Blacksburg.

TNC 60.9 Montomery Mutual.jpg
Montgomery County Mutual, formerly located at 104 Jackson Street, Blacksburg,

TNC 60.7 Blacksburg Christian Church.jpg
Blacksburg Christian Church, located at 240 Watson Avenue, Blacksburg.

TNC 60.5 NB of Blacksburg.jpg
National Bank of Blacksburg, located at 901 N. Main Street in Blacksburg

TNC 60.6 Burruss Hall.jpg
Burruss Hall on the campus of Virginia Tech.

TNC 60.4 Blacksburg High.jpg
The old Blacksburg High School, later old Blacksburg Middle School, was located in the 500 block of S. Main Street in Blacksburg. The middle school closed in 2002 after completion of the new midle school on Prices Fork Road. The building was razed…

TNC 60.3 Marriott.jpg
Shown under construction is the Marriott formerly located on Prices Fork Road in Blacksburg across from the Virginia Tech Golf Course.

TNC 60.2 LGH Montgomery.jpg
Montgomery County Hospital, now LewisGale Hospital Montgomery, is located at 3700 S. Main Street, Blacksburg.

TNC 60.1 Corning.jpg
Corning plant, located at 3050 N. Franklin Street in Christiansburg.

TNC 60.0 The Gables.jpg
The Gables Shopping Center, located at 1322 S. Main Street in Blacksburg. Tenenants included Leggett's, Mick or Mack, Sears, A&P, Gables Pharmacy, T,G,&Y, High's Ice Cream, First Virginia Bank, Firestone, and Sherwin Williams Paints.

TNC 59.0 Whipple Company Store.jpg
Whipple Company Store, located at 7485 Okey L. Patteson Road, Scarbro, WV.

TNC 58.4 AEP Construction.jpg
Aerial view showing site of future Appalachian Power Service Center, located at 803 River Avenue, SE. Roanoke Industrial Center in the foreground.

TNC 58.2 Richfield.jpg
Aerial view of Richfield Living. View shows nursing care center built in 1971 located at 3615 W Main Street in Salem.

TNC 58.1 Richfield.jpg
Aerial view of Richfield Living. View shows nursing care center built in 1971 located at 3615 W Main Street in Salem.

TNC 58.0 Richfield.jpg
Aerial view of Richfield Living. View shows nursing care center built in 1971 located at 3615 W. Main Street in Salem.

TNC 57.0 Vaughn Market.tif
J.M. Vaughn Market, formerly located at 140 Railroad Avenue in Eagle Rock, Virginia

TNC 55.0 Glidden Store.jpg
Grand opening of the Glidden Paint store, formerly located at 3846 Electric Road.

TNC 54.0 Dominion Tower.jpg
Dominion Tower construction shown from the roof of 213 S. Jefferson Street.

TNC 53.1 Comfort Inn.jpg
Comfort Inn, located at 2545 Lee Highway in Troutville.

TNC 53.0 Comfort Inn.jpg
Comfort Inn, located at 2545 Lee Highway in Troutville.

TNC 51.3 AEP Building.jpg
Construction of Appalachian Power building from Franklin Road, located at 606 1st Street, SW.

TNC 51.2 AEP Building.jpg
Construction of Appalachian Power building viewed from 1st Street, SW.

TNC 51.1 AEP Building.jpg
Appalachian Power, located at 606 1st Street, SW.

TNC 51.0 AEP Building.jpg
Appalachian Power Company Service Center, located at 803 River Avenue, SE.

VANv31n4.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

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Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

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Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv31n1.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv30n4.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

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Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv30n2.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv30n1.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

PS 273 Junior Womens Club.jpg
Composite photograph of Roanoke Junior Woman's Club members. Pictured are: Florence Chick, Naomi Wade, Louise Simmerman, Frances Parrish, Catherine Phipps, Terecia Wingate, Mildred Stickley, Helen Lorenzen, Dorothy Snedegar, Betty Norris, Vivian…

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PS 109.7 RSO.jpg
Group photograph of Roanoke Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.

Virginia Y. Lee Celebrity Memorabilia Collection.pdf
This is a guide to the Virginia Y. Lee Celebrity Memorabilia Collection. Items in the collection were collected by Gainsboro Branch of Roanoke Public Libraries librarian Virginia Y. Lee. The collection relates to celebrities Paul Laurence Dunbar, W.…

PS 272 RRE Employees.jpg
Composite photograph of Roanoke Railway & Electric Company/Safety Motor Transit Corporation employees. Pictured are: R.M. Pendleton, L.O. Kesler, R.C. Richards, R.B. Crider, B.F. Spencer, E.R. Mitchell, J.W. Hale, E.H. Hammersley, R.C. Nimmo, T.H.…

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PS 283 Capitol Saloon.jpg
Unidentified men stand outside the Capitol Saloon once located at 23 Salem Avenue, SW.

PS 281 WFHS Band.jpg
Group photograph of the William Fleming High School band.

PS 275 USPS Employees.jpg
Composite photograph of personnel of the Roanoke United States Post Office. Pictured are: E.M. Wright, B.S. Sisson, C.D. Spangler, I.C. Barnhart, J.P. Broughman, O.E. Hammer, C.H. Owen, John Robertson, R.W. Adams, R.P. Grogan, D.T. Alley, W.A. Clark,…

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PS 263.1 WT Grant.jpg
Interior view of W.T. Grant department store, formerly located at 27 Campbell Avenue, SW.

PS 263 WT Grant.jpg
Interior view of W.T. Grant department store, formerly located at 27 Campbell Avenue, SW.

PS 261.2 Davidsons Menswear.jpg
Window displays at Davidson's Menswear.

PS 261.1 Davidsons Menswear.jpg
Window displays at Davidson's Menswear.

PS 260.1 Noland.jpg
Noland Company's former location at 1226 Centre Avenue, NW.

PS 260.0 Noland.jpg
Noland Company's former location at 1226 Centre Avenue, NW.

PS 209 Liberty Limestone.jpg
Liberty Limestone Corporation office building, formerly located at 19857 Main Street in Buchanan.

PS 176.2 Roanoke Youth Symphony.jpg
Group photograph of Roanoke Youth Symphony.

PS 176.1 Roanoke Youth Symphony.jpg
Group photograph of Roanoke Youth Symphony.

PS 176.0 Roanoke Youth Symphony.jpg
Group photograph of Roanoke Youth Symphony.

PS 142.0 Greene Memorial Choir.jpg
Group photograph of Greene Memorial United Methodist Chuch choir.

PS 110.10 HSMM.jpg
Hayes, Seay, Mattern, and Mattern architecural firm, formerly located at 1615 Franklin Road, SW.

PS 110.6 HSMM.jpg
Employees working in drafting room at Hayes, Seay, Mattern, and Mattern.

PS 109.0 RSO and Chorus.jpg
Group photograph of Roanoke Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.

PS 108 Last Supper.jpg
Reenactment of the Last Supper at Greene Memorial United Methodist Church.

PS 106.0 JH Rutherfoord Family.jpg
Julian H. Rutherfoord Family portrait in front of home located at 412 King George Avenue, SW.

PS 104.0 BSA Troop 21.jpg
Boy Scouts of America, Troop 21 in the old Boy Scout room at Greene Memorial United Methodist Church. Pictured are Henry Deaton, Jr., Jimmy King, Alton B. Parker, and Joe Wright.

PS 102 Greene Memorial Choir.jpg
Greene Memorial United Methodist Church junior choir.

PS 101 Oral Roberts Campaign.jpg
View of Oral Roberts revival campaign taken from the top of Victory Stadium.

PS 90.0 Hitching Post Motel.jpg
The Hitching Post Motel, formerly located at 7656 Williamson Road.

PS 81.0 Oak Hill Academy Board.jpg
Group photograph of the Oak Hill Academy Board of Trustees.

PS 76.0 WP Swartz.jpg
W.P. Swartz & Company, formerly located at 421 Luck Avenue, SW.

PS 74.0 Whitehead Plumbing.jpg
Employees of Whitehead Plumbing next to trucks at 1114 Moorman Avenue, NW.

PS 71.0 Propst-Childress.jpg
Propst-Childress Shoe Company window display. Store was located at 306 S. Jefferston Street.

PS 66.0 Carlton Terrace.jpg
Carlton Terrace Apartments, formerly located at 924 S. Jefferson Street.

PS 64.0 Gulf Station.jpg
Gulf Service Station, formerly located at the corner of Plantation Road and Williamson Road. . Tinker Mountain is seen in the background.

PS 63.2 Cheds.jpg
Ched's Department Store, possible located on Route 460 in Blacksburg.

PS 63.1 Cheds.jpg
Ched's Department Store, possibly located on Route 460 in Blacksburg.

PS 59.2 Universal Ball.jpg
Universal Ball Company, formerly located in the 1900 block of Progress Drive, SE.

PS 59.1 Universal Ball.jpg
Universal Ball Company, formerly located in the 1900 block of Progress Drive, SE.

PS 53.0 VEC.jpg
Virginia Employment Commission, formerly located at 1204 Franklin Road, SW.

PS 49.0 Colonial Tourist Home.jpg
Colonial Tourist Home, formerly located at 3824 Williamson Road.

PS 37.0 Ferrum Graduates.jpg
Class graduates of Ferrum College in front of Vaughn Chapel.

PS 33.2 Second Presbyterian Choir.jpg
Second Presbyterian Church junior choir.

PS 33.0 Second Presbyterian Choir.jpg
Second Presbyterian Church junior choir.

PS 28.7 Leggetts.jpg
Interior view of salon in Leggett's Department Store, formerly located at 112 Campbell Avenue, SW.

PS 28.5 Leggetts.jpg
Interior view of fabric department in Leggett's Department Store, formerly located at 112 Campbell Avenue, SW.

PS 28.4 Leggetts.jpg
Interior view of fabric department in Leggett's Department Store, formerly located at 112 Campbell Avenue, SW.

PS 28.3 Leggetts.jpg
Interior view of Leggett's Department Store, formerly located at 112 Campbell Avenue, SW.

PS 28.2 Leggetts.jpg
Interior view of men's department in Leggett's Department Store, formerly located at 112 Campbell Avenue, SW.

PS 22.0 JW Burress.jpg
J.W. Burress Construction and Industrial Equipment, formerly located at 1701 Shenandoah Avenue, NW.

PS 13.510 Poff Building.jpg
A newly completed Poff Federal Building, located at 210 Franklin Road, SW.

PS 13.59 Poff Building.jpg
A newly completed Poff Federal Building, located at 210 Franklin Road, SW.

PS 13.58 Poff Building.jpg
A newly completed Poff Federal Building, located at 210 Franklin Road, SW.

PS 13.57 Poff Building.jpg
The entrance of a newly completed Poff Federal Building, located at 210 Franklin Road, SW.

PS 13.31 Poff Building.jpg
Construction of Poff Federal Building, located at 210 Franklin Road, SW.

PS 13.24 Poff Building.jpg
Construction of Poff Federal Building, located at 210 Franklin Road, SW.

PS 13.21 Poff Building.jpg
Construction of Poff Federal Building, located at 210 Franklin Road, SW.

PS 13.12 Poff Building.jpg
Construction of Poff Federal Building, located at 210 Franklin Road, SW.

PS 13.10 Poff Building.jpg
Construction of Poff Federal Building, located at 210 Franklin Road, SW.

PS 13.8 Poff Building.jpg
Construction of Poff Federal Building, located at 210 Franklin Road, SW.

PS 13.6 Poff Building.jpg
Construction of Poff Federal Building, located at 210 Franklin Road, SW.

PS 13.2 Poff Building.jpg
Construction of Poff Federal Building, located at 210 Franklin Road, SW.

PS 10.1 MiniBank.jpg
MiniBank in Mick or Mack, formerly located in what is now Williamson Road Plaza.

PS 9.0 Mick or Mack.jpg
Mick or Mack, formerly located in the 5300 block of Williamson Road in what is now Williamson Road Plaza.

PS 6.1 Municipal Building.jpg
Noel C. Taylor Municipal Building, located at 215 Church Avenue.

Funeral Program Index.pdf
The Funeral Program and Obituary Index includes funeral programs, in memoriam articles and obituaries that are housed at the Gainsboro Branch of Roanoke Public Libraries.

VANv29n4.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

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Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

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Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

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Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

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Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

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Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

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Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

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Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

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Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv27n3.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv27n2.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv27n1.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv26n4.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv26n3.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv26n2.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv26n1.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

GibboneyCollection.pdf
The Dorothy Gibboney Collection consists of materials collected by Gibboney from 1966-1980. Materials include correspondence, news clippings, awards, photographs, and programs and speaking engagements. Most of the correspondence was received during…

PanPhilianClub.pdf
The Pan Philian Club Records collection consists of records generated by the club from its inception in 1920 through the 1960s. Records include meeting minutes, correspondence, news clippings, programs, and projects. Materials are arranged…

Memoir1938.pdf
The Memoir was the Annual for Troutville High School.

Memoir1937.pdf
The Memoir was the annual for Troutville High School.

VANv25n4.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv25n3.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv25n2.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv25n1.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv24n4.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv24n2.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv24n1.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv23n4.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv23n2.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv23n1.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv22n4.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv22n2.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv22n1.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

FortnightlyClubRecords.pdf
The Fortnightly Club Records Collection consists of records created by the club since it was founded in 1913 as a literary club for women in the Roanoke Valley. Materials include yearbooks, meeting minutes, program materials, scrapbooks,…

VANv21n4.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv21n3.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv21n2.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv21n1.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv20n4.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv20n3.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv20n2.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv20n1.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.

VANv19n4.pdf
Virginia Appalachian Notes was published quarterly by the Southwestern Virginia Genealogical Society.
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