WLU Coll PP. Print and Photographic Collections
Found in 180 Collections and/or Records:
The image depicts the aftermath of the Adair-Hutton Department Store fire in Lexington, Virginia on December 16, 1949. The building was located on the southwest corner of Main and Washington Streets. There are onlookers and cars parked up the street. This photograph is a modern copy of the original, which was taken a few days after the fire.
This collection consists of photographs of the Alphin Family of Rockbridge County, Va. There are two copies of earlier family group photographs and one copy of photos of Katherine Alphin and Phoebe Hayslett Alphin. All family group images are identified and include surnames Alphin, Dickson, Hardy, Snider, McGuffin, Teaford, Kirkpatrick, Cook, and Hazlett.
This collection consists of a photo of a railroad in Alpine, Virginia, which is in Botetourt County.
The image shows two ladies within the interior of the cave.
This collection consists of a black and white postcard of the home of James Edward Allen Gibbs, who co-invented the Willcox and Gibbs Sewing Machine c. 1860. The home is in Steele's Tavern, Virginia.
This collection of materials gathered by C. Howard Capito contains thirteen 13.5 x 11 inch original photographic prints by O. W. Link. These photographs depict Norfolk and Western Railway's steam locomotives. It also contains one booklet published by the Norfolk and Western Railway entitled "Night Trick" on the Norfolk and Western Railway, which includes photographs by O. W. Link.
Cabinet Cards of Robert E. Lee, Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, and other Confederate States of America generals
A cabinet photograph of Elizabeth Gardner 'Bessie,' who married Alfred I. duPont in 1887. The image was made by 'Davis & Sanford, Artist Photographers' of 246 Fifth Avenue, New York.'
Cabinet photograph of a dog taken in the Lexington (Va.) studio of photographer Mrs. N.J. Miller.
This photograph of Jubal Anderson Early was taken in Lexington, Va. in the photographic studio of Boude and Miley. Early served as a Confederate general during the American Civil War. The image is autographed by Early.
The photographer made this albumen photograph shot from high ground south and east of Lexington, Va. looking northwest. It's an unusual vantage point. The Lexington fair grounds and Stonewall Jackson Cemetery are visible.
A photograph of Mamie Echols, of Glasgow, Virginia wearing a graduation cap and gown. The cabinet photo was taken by Michael Miley, Lexington, Virginia photographer.
This collection consists of one cabinet photo of a field and a creek bed with mountains in the distance. It is likely taken of Virginia or West Virginia.
One original carte de visite of J. William Jones, taken by Michael Miley of Lexington, VA. Jones signed the photograph.
Carte de Visite (cdv) photograph of Lee Chapel on the campus of Washington and Lee University by photographer Michael Miley, c. 1870 - 1874.
A carte de visite photograph of Charles de Gomme, likely from his time as a professor at Seton Hall College of New Jersey in the late 1860s. The carte de visite is by photographer Charles Fredericks.
A carte de visite photograph of William E. Dold taken by photographer Michael Miley in his Lexington (VA) studio between.
A carte de visite photograph of Washington and Lee University student William E. Dold. Dold graduated in 1876. The photo was taken by Lexington, Va. photographer Michael Miley and is autographed by Dold.
This collection consists of three photographic copies of portraits of Carter family members Charles Henry Carter (1802-1872), Lucy Grymes Lee Carter (1786-1860), Bernard Moore Carter (1780-1842). The images are contemporary copies.
Carte de visite photograph of Carter James Harris by Boude and Miley. Harris was a faculty member of Washington College and Washington and Lee University from 1858-1894. This item is signed by Harris.
This collection consists of a modern copy of a photo of Washington and Lee student graffiti by W.L. Hood in Cave Hill, Virginia.
This collection consists of two CDs of photographs of the Charles H. Chittum Family and descendants. There are also paper copies and identified with genealogy and some family biographical history. Collection includes 1920s era pamphlet written by Charles H. Chittum, in which he tells the story of how he discovered the coffin which was used for Robert E. Lee's burial. Collection also includes some early outdoor views of Lexington, Va.