American Red Cross
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.2523
Overview Negatives and other material from the Gravely and Moore Studio of Charleston, West Virginia. The majority of items within the collection are cellulose acetate negatives; the collection also includes glass plate negatives, prints, two photograph albums, and other material, as well as a card catalog documenting business transactions with customers. The collection is organized into customer project files as established by the Studio; the contents of these files are stored in envelopes usually...
Collection Number: A&M.3325
Overview Correspondence, publications, deeds, certificates, and photos of the Ladwig and Hardway families documenting their personal and professional lives in medicine and teaching. The Ladwigs lived in Harrison and Randolph counties and were active in itinerant logging communities such as Evenwood. Also included are correspondence and photos regarding Cornelia Ladwig's service in the American Red Cross in Europe during World War II.
Collection Number: A&M.1733
Overview The Monongah Mines Relief Committee was formed to collect and distribute funds for the widows and children of the 362 victims of the explosions at Monongah Mines No.6 and No.8, Marion County, West Virginia, on 6 December 1907. The collection includes correspondence and individual case files. These files contain age and place of birth of each victim; dependents' names, ages, and places of residence; and amount of each relief payment. There is a record of all contributions to the Relief...
Collection Number: A&M.4126
Overview Typescript titled "Historical Record of the Activities of the Fairmont, West Virginia Chapter of the American National Red Cross in World War II, September 1939 - December 1945". Typescript documents the activities of the Fairmont Red Cross before and during World War II, including nurse recruiting, war funds, first aid, disaster preparedness, and home service, among other topics.
Collection Number: A&M.2200
Overview This is a collection of letters and documents tracing the personal and business life of an eastern panhandle West Virginia family. The papers concern a broad range of political, social, financial, and legal topics, particularly focusing on J. Hammond Siler, Jr., his parents, J. Hammond Siler, Sr. and Jessie Castleman Siler (residents of the Town of Bath better known as Berkeley Springs). Also includes correspondence and other papers from related families. Subjects include banking, the Civil...
Collection Number: A&M.0109
Scope and Contents Records of the West Virginia War History Commission and the state, local, and national branches of the Office of Civilian Defense. Material within this collection documents civilian activities on the homefront during World War II in the state of West Virginia. The collection contains correspondence, publications, pamphlets, maps, posters, newspapers and clippings, radio scripts, and other material. The collection also contains 19 reels of microfilm regarding the Monongalia Office of Civil...