Parsons (W. Va.)
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Banking records of M.A. Patrick of First National Bank of Piedmont, Mineral County, West Virginia. Includes transactions for businesses in Parsons, Tucker County (including Poling Brothers, Union Manufacturing Company, and James H. Ryder Lumber Company); and for businesses in the towns of Dobbin and Bayard, Grant County (including Rumbarger Lumber Company, Hotel Trion, and Dye, Tabb & Company, among others).
A study, entitled "Logging in the Mountains of West Virginia", which was conducted by forestry student Paul W. Stickle at the New York State College of Forestry in 1923. The report deals with the operations of the Horton Saw Mill of the Parsons Pulp and Lumber Company.
Two .tif files which are scans of black and white photos depicting the mob that moved county court records from the St. George courthouse to the Parsons courthouse on 1893 August 2, as part of a dispute about the location of the county seat. Also included are two .docx files describing the photos.
Album including 34 pages of color photographs of Parsons, Elkins, Onego, and Mouth of Seneca right after the flood of November 1985. Also includes 87 pages of November 1985 newspaper clippings (illustrated) regarding the flood.