Raleigh County (W. Va.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.2961
Overview Miscellaneous items, mainly dealing with the southern counties of West Virginia, particularly the Miller family of Logan County. These include one letter from B.F. Miller of Enterprise, Oregon to his brother, John S. Miller of Logan, two letters from Tollison Shumat of Raleigh County to his daughter, Clara Shumat Miller, and a letter from John L. Miller of Virginia to Mr. and Mrs. John S. Miller of Logan, describing President Harding's funeral. Also includes a letter from West Virginia Governor...
Collection Number: A&M.4203
Overview Mine disaster reports, official hearing reports, and hearing and inquest transcripts (1938-1967). Most of the mine disaster reports were created by inspectors from the West Virginia Department of Mines, and some of them involved federal inspectors. Other reports were created by the United States Bureau of Mines and the West Virginia Department of Mines Coal Mine Safety Board of Review. Also includes volumes 3 through 8 of the Decisions of the Interior Board of Mine...
Collection Number: A&M.3708
Overview Photographic postcards documenting the C.H. Mead Coal Company, a mining company located in the Winding Gulf Coalfield in western Raleigh County and eastern Wyoming County, southern West Virginia. Includes 72 postcards issued by the Company in the 1930s in a numbered series to publicize their facilities and activities. Subjects of images include industrial infrastructure, equipment, offices, coal transport, housing, schools, stores, hospital, and portraits of managers. Some facilities are...
Collection Number: A&M.3762
Overview Records and photographs documenting the history of southeastern West Virginia compiled by Summers County residents Fred Long and Stephen Trail. Many of the items were collected by a local newspaper, the Hinton Daily News (later the Hinton News). The collection focuses on the history of Summers County and Hinton from the mid-1700s to 2012, as well as the history of other areas in southeastern Virginia and western Virginia....
Collection Number: A&M.3341
Overview Clippings of 'Bug Dust,' a newspaper column by Michael C. Gallagher of the RALEIGH REGISTER of Beckley, West Virginia. Gallagher wrote about local people and events and offered a local perspective on national events.
Collection Number: A&M.3707
Overview Forty-one color photographs documenting the facilities of the National Mine Health and Safety Academy located in Beaver, West Virginia. The photos are 8 inches by 10 inches, and are mounted on cards.
Collection Number: A&M.3569
Overview Raleigh and Mercer County photographs, both original and copied. (Copied material does not include original source.) Includes: a Confederate soldiers' reunion in Beckley in 1905; a still raid exhibited at the courthouse (ca. 1930-1934); a 1920 political rally and parade in Beckley featuring U.S. Presidential race between Governor J.M. Cox and Warren G. Harding; parade in Beckley (ca. 1920-1930). Woodrow Wilson High School marching band (1942); Raleigh General Hospital (ca. 1950-1970); aerial of...
Collection Number: A&M.1262
Collection Number: A&M.4378
Collection Number: A&M.3698
Overview Collection consists of approximately 300 photographs that appeared in the three volume series, "Beckley U.S.A.," by Harlow Warren, published in 1955, 1963, and 1968. These images document the town of Beckley and Raleigh County, West Virginia. Subjects include portraits of prominent and historically notable citizens; group portraits of families, community and civic organizations, school groups, and city and county officials, among others; interior and exterior views of local businesses and...