Virginia Room Digital Collection


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 (24 total)

The shoe department at Glenn-Minnich.

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

Interior of Glenn-Minnich after a recent remodel.

Interior of Glenn-Minnich after a recent remodel.

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

Interior of Glenn-Minnich after a recent remodel.

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

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The interior of Fisher's Supply Company, formerly located at 411 1st Street.

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Waitstaff posese next to table prepared for a banquet in the Patrick Henry.

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Patrick Henry Hotel ballroom prepared for a banquet.

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The Writing Room in Hotel Roanoke. This space is now an extension of the Pine Room Pub.

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The lobby of Hotel Roanoke

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A private dining room in Hotel Roanoke.

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The Regency Room, Hotel Roanoke's main dining room.

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A typical guest room in Hotel Roanoke.

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The ballroom at Hotel Roanoke

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A view of one of the private parlors in Hotel Roanoke.

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English Lounge in Hotel Roanoke. This space is now called the Pine Room.

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Cigar Counter in Hotel Roanoke

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Interior view of Melrose Branch Library after it was relocated from 15th Street and Melrose to the basement of Melrose School at 1100 Melrose Avenue.

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Interior of the Gainsboro Branch Roanoke Public Library.

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Roanoke Public Library's Gainsboro Branch found its beginnings in the Odd Fellows Hall, formerly located at the corner of Patton Avenue and Gainsboro Road. It would relocate to the current building in 1942.

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Interior view of Main Library reading and reference rooms when it was located in the Terry House.

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Interior view of the first library. The desk in this photo is currently used in the Virginia Room.
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