Virginia Room Digital Collection

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The Virginia Room Digital Collection includes photographs, oral histories, books, pamphlets and finding aids to items in the Virginia Room. Continue to check back for new additions.

Browse Items (14 total)

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Mary Alice Nelson demonstrating the new after-hours deposit box at the Appalachian Power Company building front entrance.

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Group photo of Appalachian Power Company workers in Anawalt, West Virginia to install power lines. Arch Stockton holds rolled blue prints and reins of horse.

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

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Construction of Appalachian Power building from Franklin Road, located at 606 1st Street, SW.

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Construction of Appalachian Power building viewed from 1st Street, SW.

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Appalachian Power, located at 606 1st Street, SW.

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Appalachian Power Company Service Center, located at 803 River Avenue, SE.

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Appalachian Power, located at 40 Franklin Road SW.

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Contruction of Appalachian Power office located at 614 1st Street SW. View looking east on Bullitt Avenue.

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Located near Glasgow, West Virginia, the Kahawha River Plant is a coal-fired power station owned and operated by AEP.

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An aerial view of Franklin Road at 1st and 2nd Street. The building in the upper right corner is Lee Junior High School, which was razed to build the Poff Federal Building.

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Appalachian Electric Power demonstration van
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