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Bridgeport (W. Va.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Catherine C. Burke, Collector, Business Letterheads, Postcards, And Other Material Regarding Clarksburg, W. Va.

Collection Number: A&M.3572
Overview Collection of material related to Clarksburg and Bridgeport, West Virginia. Includes 1) public records, including court appointments, summons, and a case (12 items, 1804-1852); 2) advertising card for Mme. Ulman's Parlors (1 item, ca. 1910-1920); 3) letterheads for businesses and services, including agricultural supplies, automobile repair shops, banks, restaurants, etc. (89 items, ca. 1900-1930); 4) postcards (39 regular postcards, 8 small ones, ca. 1910-1930); and 5) copy of newspaper titled...
Dates: 1804-1930; Majority of material found in 1910-1930

Henry Solomon White Papers

Collection Number: A&M.1732
Overview The manuscript diary of Henry Solomon White, a Corporal and Orderly Sergeant in Company N, Sixth Regiment, [West] Virginia Volunteer Infantry, covering the period of 24 September 1861 to 26 September 1864. Company N was organized at Camp White, in 1861 for a three-year tour of duty guarding the B.&O. and North Western railroads. The company was stationed at various times at Burton, Littleton, Barrackville, Fairmont, Clarksburg, Bridgeport, Grafton, and Webster. Squads of this company were...
Dates: 1861-1865

J.N. Wilkinson Surveyor's Field Book

Collection Number: A&M.2549
Overview Wilkinson, a resident of Bridgeport, recorded in this book the record of surveys which he did for private individuals, county courts, and mining companies in Doddridge, Harrison, and Marion counties.
Dates: 1885-1886

Johnson Family Correspondence

Collection Number: A&M.2294
Overview Correspondence of Johnson and allied families concerning local church matters and family news, a majority which concerns the descendants of Joseph and William Johnson, the most prominent members of the family. Joseph was the first governor of Virginia from the western part of the state. His brother, William, was the first postmaster at Bridgeport. Noteworthy is a letter to William Johnson dated November 29, 1864, from Mason Hesser a Confederate prisoner at Elmira, New York, during the Civil...
Dates: 1820-1987

Mrs. Louise Morris, Collector, Papers

Collection Number: A&M.1454
Scope and Contents Collection includes two letters of William S. Coburn, 3d Regt, Va Vol Inf., dated Bridgeport and Beverly, June 7 and Oct. 17, 1863; a letter on economic and social conditions around Fort Scott, Kansas, 1867; and a letter from R. W/ Blue, Camp, 6th W. Va. Vet. Cav. Vols. on the "Little Blue," seventy-five miles east of Fort Kearney, 1866.
Dates: 1863-1867