Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.2257
Overview Personal and business correspondence, legal papers, ledgers, family records, and other papers of the Allen family of Moorefield, Hardy County, West Virginia. Also includes papers of members of the Barr, Weibley, Taylor, and Gamble families. The majority of the collection includes personal and business correspondence , legal papers, and financial records of Judge James W.F. Allen (December 2, 1813 - July 16, 1875), a Hardy County lawyer, Jacksonian Democrat, and Circuit Court Judge in Hardy and...
Dates: 1766-1933, undated; Majority of material found in ca. 1840s-1933
Collection Number: A&M.1485
Overview Yearbooks, clipping scrapbooks, correspondence, minutes, and financial records.
Collection Number: A&M.2288
Overview Minutes of meetings held by various committees and boards of the West Virginia University Association of Women Students, including the Student Government Council (1934-1940), the Executive Board (1940-1960), the Student Government Judiciary Committee (1927-1931), the Judiciary Council (1960-1967), and the Program Board (1962-1965). Includes one account book for the years 1928 to 1939. For photographs related to this collection, go to wvhistoryonview.org and search for this collection's four...
Collection Number: A&M.3005
Overview Miscellaneous correspondence, papers, and photographs from the family of Clyde E. Hutchinson, a Fairmont coal mine operator. Included is a speech on "America's Uncrowned Queen" (American Women).
Collection Number: A&M.2938
Overview Records for the Empire Laundry Company of Clarksburg. Includes dissolution papers (1957), stock information (1930s-1950s), building blueprints (1948), employee insurance records (1934-1953), federal tax returns (1950-1955), and photographs of employees at work (1914).
Collection Number: A&M.2777
Overview Records of the League of Women Voters, Morgantown-Monongalia County, West Virginia. Includes membership lists, minutes, proposals, plans for conventions and environmental projects, and guides to government officials. See the scope and content note for detail.
Dates: ca. 1947-2010
Collection Number: A&M.3177
Overview Correspondence of Elizabeth T. Mann, a farmer's widow of Ft. Spring, Greenbrier Co. The letters written to Mann describe family matters and farm home life during the late nineteenth century.
Collection Number: A&M.2930
Overview Bratton was born, ca.1838, and lived in the town of Millboro Springs, Bath County, Virginia, where she married Townley Cauthorn, ca.1860. Correspondence is to Martha from other women friends, dealing with courtship, marriage, education, and domestic life Some are letters from Virginians pioneering in Illinois and Missouri, detailing the hardships of their new lives; and others are love letters from suitors.
Collection Number: A&M.3200
Overview A scrapbook preserved by the Woman's Music Club and its successor organization, the Morgantown Music Club. Its contents are about the rise of Mary Williams, a Morgantown resident and West Virginia University graduate, as a singer.
Mrs. James R. Moreland, Director of Women's Work, Records Regarding Monongalia County Relief Administration, Civil Works Administration, and Federal Emergency Relief Administration
Collection Number: A&M.0890
Overview Correspondence, reports, and other records of the Monongalia County Relief Administration, the Civil Works Administration, and the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, from the office of the Director of Women's Work, Mrs. James R. Moreland. There are also two volumes of daily reports of the Lynchburg Coal and Coke Company, January-November, 1938.