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Stutler, Boyd B. (Boyd Blynn), 1889-1970

 Person

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Boyd Stutler, Compiler, Photographs Regarding the Civil War in West Virginia

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.3250
Overview Fifty-eight 3 in. x 5 in. to 5 in. x 7 in. black and white photographs of West Virginia in the Civil War (including portraits, landscapes, etc.) used for illustrating a series of articles authored by Boyd Stutler regarding West Virginia in the Civil War. (Articles are in Pamphlet Collection No. 6610.)
Dates: 1959-1962

Cecil D. Eby Jr. Manuscripts

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Collection Number: A&M.1412
Overview Manuscript and galley proofs of THE OLD SOUTH ILLUSTRATED, by Porte Crayon, edited with an introduction by Cecil D. Eby, Jr. (1959); a manuscript draft of Eby's PORTE CRAYON; manuscript of a VIRGINIA YANKEE IN THE CIVIL WAR: THE DIARIES OF DAVID HUNTER STROTHER (1961); THE LIFE OF DAVID HUNTER STROTHER (1960); and photocopies of Strother's VIRGINIA ILLUSTRATED and his articles in HARPER'S MAGAZINE. Also contains Eby's curriculum vitae (1995) and a copy of his obituary (2015).
Dates: 1959-2015

John Brown and John Brown, Jr. Papers

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Collection Number: A&M.3108
Overview Contains letters, documents, letter-books, manuscripts and articles relating to John Brown and John Brown, Jr. Topics include abolitionist activities, including those in Kansas and Harpers Ferry, farm business, and family matters. Included are bits of fatherly advice, insight into the wool industry of the mid-1800's, eyewitness commentary on events in the abolitionist movement, and a phrenological description of John Brown. Names mentioned are Jason Brown, Owen Brown, Frederick Douglass, John...
Dates: 1821-1932

Matheny-Stutler Correspondence

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Collection Number: A&M.2156
Overview Correspondence between H. E. Matheny and Boyd B. Stutler who were antiquarian collectors of West Virginia and authors on the local history of the state. The correspondence is primarily about West Virginia imprints and historical literature. There is much discussion of the following topics as they pertain to West Virginia: colloquial language, frontier and pioneers, post offices and postal service, crimes and criminals, the Civil War, early oil industry, and printers, printing and newspapers....
Dates: 1945-69

Virginia Saline Bank Records

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Collection Number: A&M.1593
Overview Includes bank note; lottery ticket for the improvement of Clarksburg; title pate of "Articles of Association of the Virginia Saline Bank (Clarksburg, 1814); and a typescript copy of Boyd B. Stutler's article on the Virginia Saline Bank of Clarksburg, "Money is What you Make it," in West Virginia Review, 1933.
Dates: 1813-1830, 1933