Elkins (W. Va.)
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Brown and Parsons Families Papers
Charles Carpenter, Collector, Papers
Cirkut Photograph of Annual Pilgrimage, Odd Fellows Home, Elkins, West Virginia
One large cirkut photograph of "Annual Pilgrimage, Odd Fellows Home, Elkins, West Virginia, September 4, 1932. This photo includes a large crowd of people posing in front of a large multi-story building with a wrap-around porch. In the front of the crowd are members of a band holding their instruments, including a bass drum with an inscription on the head reading "Odd Fellows Home Band, Elkins, W.Va." There are trees and automobiles in the background.
Howard Sutherland, Senator, Women's Suffrage Papers
Melvina Beauty Shoppe Business Ledger
Business Ledger for the Melvina Beauty Shoppe of Elkins, West Virginia for the year 1926 (368 pages; 8 3/4 in. x 6 in. x 1 1/4 in.). The business was operated by Harold E. and Melvina Mouse. The ledger includes records of customers, services rendered, and prices. Many customers requested the "Marcel", or Marcel Wave, a popular style of the era. Weather conditions and unusual events were also occasionally recorded in the ledger.
Richard Duez, Collector, Photographs of Northern West Virginia
Scrapbook Regarding Potomac Highlands Flood of 1985
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.
Stephen B. Elkins Papers
Stephen Benton Elkins, Letter Copy Book
Sutton Critchfield Papers regarding the Mountain State Forest Festival, the Upper Monongahela Valley Association, and Other Material
Papers regarding the Mountain State Forest Festival (Elkins) and the Upper Monongahela Valley Association. Includes clippings, news releases, letters, publications, and newspapers pertaining to the Forest Festival, and the involvement of the Upper Monongahela Valley Association in the Festival, during the years 1933 to 1941. Topics discussed include the coal and glass industry, rural electrification, and the representation of West Virginia industry at the Festival.