Ambler, Charles Henry, 1876-1957
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.1873
Overview Papers of an agricultural economics professor at West Virginia University, including correspondence, reprints and manuscripts of articles, lecture and research notes, diaries of trips, personal ledgers, pictures, and broadsides. Subjects include Monongalia County Historical Society; wildlife; collecting trips to Canada, Alaska, Labrador, and South Africa; agriculture; genealogy of the Dadisman family; and camel transportation in the U.S. Correspondents include Charles H. Ambler, Nelle Ammons,...
Collection Number: A&M.1723
Scope and Contents Correspondence of Arthur Spencer Dayton (1887-1948), prominent Charleston lawyer and avid book collector. The majority of the correspondence is with American and English book dealers and concerns Dayton’s purchase of rare books including Shakespeare’s four folios as well as other rare Shakespeare volumes; a comprehensive collection of Mark Twain rare editions; Jane Austen rare materials; the 15th century biblical text The Nuremburg Chronicle; and many more rare...
Dates: ca. 1898-2007; Majority of material found within 1923-1959
Collection Number: A&M.2229
Overview Microfilmed copy of a scrapbook outlining the history of college debating in West Virginia, 1933-1941. The scrapbook was prepared by Dr. Chapman and the Fairmont State College debate teams. Original is in the Fairmont State College Library.
Collection Number: A&M.1003
Scope and Contents Collection includes typescripts drafts of unpublished works, correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, and printer's picture plates. Unpublished typescript drafts are titled George Rodgers Clark Floyd of Logan County, West Virginia, and Huckleberry Ranger Lieutenant John Blue, Confederate. Also includes correspondence from Robert L. Floyd to Dr. Ambler regarding the Floyd family (1953-1957), and a manuscript titled ...
Dates: 1913, 1940-1942, 1951-1957
Collection Number: A&M.1010
Scope and Contents Personal and professional correspondence (1914-1956), typescripts, research notes, clippings, photographs, maps, drafts and manuscripts of published and unpublished historical studies. The correspondence includes a number of letters from historians in the 1920s and 1930s. Other subjects covered in the papers include the McNeill Rangers, the Civil War, Moravian Missionaries, floods in the South Branch Valley, and secondary education in West Virginia.
Collection Number: A&M.0743
Scope and Contents Collection includes typescripts, correspondence, and newspaper clippings. Highlights include mimeographed statements relating to the Sigma Nu Foundation of West Virginia, Inc.; the inauguration of Dr. Irvin Stewart as president of West Virginia University; West Virginia authors; and the University budget. Also included are twelve typescripts of letters written from St. Petersburg, Russia, by a representative of the Ross Winans' Locomotive Works, Baltimore, Maryland (1859-1862).
Dates: 1859-1862, 1930-1957
Collection Number: A&M.0122
Scope and Contents Collection includes original copies of correspondence relating to Virginia and West Virginia, as well as newspaper clippings, photographs, and research notes. Events pertaining to the Civil War and the formation of West Virginia are covered. Among the most important items are the private correspondence of Waitman T. Willey (1835-1861 and 1866-1868); data pertaining to education in Mason County, West Virginia (1861-1875); typescript copies of letters of Samuel Woods (see also A&M 1445);...
Collection Number: A&M.0154
Overview Two letters from the auditor of the state of West Virginia, John C. Bond, and the treasurer, W.S. Johnson, relating to payment of money out of the state treasury. Charles H. Ambler asked Harper to solicit these letters.
Collection Number: A&M.2835
Overview Material written and collected by a former curator of the West Virginia and Regional History Collection that includes bibliographies, transcripts, photostats, papers and historical sketches on various aspects of West Virginia history. Items deal with prominent West Virginia University historians, the Civil War, early settlement, industrial growth, and West Virginia University. A number of letters and circulars discuss the West Virginia Historical Society in 1869.
Dates: ca. 1700-1965
Collection Number: A&M.2554
Overview Twenty letters from various coal interests responding to an inquiry pertaining to the history of early coal development in West Virginia. The survey was conducted by J.S. McWhorter, Attorney for Gauley Coal Land Company, for the Business Historical Society. Respondents include: C.H. Ambler, W.W. Chilton, Brooks Fleming, Jr. B. Laing, and George T. Watson.