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Bridges

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Charles A. Julian, Collector, Historical Postcards of Wheeling

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.3860
Overview Historical postcards and other material documenting the city of Wheeling, West Virginia. Includes ca. 600 postcards in two notebooks (each in its own box) of mostly photographic postcards recording views of Wheeling. Topics include Baltimore and Ohio Railroad depot, bridges, businesses, churches, flood of 1907, homes, hotels, ice skating, parks (Oglebay and Wheeling), roads, schools, steamships, street scenes (with automobiles, pedestrians, and trolleys), theaters, and wharf, among others....
Dates: 1905-1965; Majority of material found within 1905-1940

Charles James Faulkner (1806-1884), Facsimiles of Printed Material

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.0993
Overview Facsimiles of printed material relating to Charles J. Faulkner (1806-1884), who was a Martinsburg attorney, Virginia legislator, member of Congress, and ambassador to France during the James Buchanan administration. Includes a printed circular relating to the opening of the Wheeling Bridge, 1849; an invitation to a public dinner given in honor of Charles J. Faulkner on 16 December 1852; and a printed message to the Democrats of Page County, Virginia from Faulkner (undated).
Dates: 1849-1852

Charles McCamic (1874-1956) Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.0939
Overview The office files of Charles McCamic of the law firm of McCamic and Clarke, Wheeling, West Virginia. McCamic was president of the Interstate Bridge Company; president and director of the Northeast Mississippi Oil Company; director of the Sehon-Stevenson Company; president and director of the American Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Company; and a member of the West Virginia House of Delegates in 1905. The files contain correspondence, case papers, and business reports of clients; also papers of the...
Dates: 1919-1956

Edward E. Meredith Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1814
Overview Clippings, letters, broadsides, and articles written or collected by E.E. Meredith, author of the newspaper column, "Do You Remember," which appeared in the Fairmont TIMES-WEST VIRGINIAN. There are: copies of theatre programs, 1917-1919; electoral tickets, 1860, 1864; a proclamation by George B. McClellan, commanding the Department of the Ohio, 1861; and an open letter, "Monongahela River Bridge Underwriting Syndicate Managers," concerning the construction of the million-dollar bridge in...
Dates: 1817-1954

Frank Duff McEnteer, Engineer, Papers

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.3751
Overview Personal and professional papers of Frank Duff McEnteer, a consulting engineer in Clarksburg, West Virginia who pioneered the use of reinforced concrete for the construction of buildings and bridges. His legacy as an engineer includes the design and construction of many bridges in West Virginia and other locations. This collection includes series of personal and family papers (boxes 1-10), business papers (boxes 11-18), professional papers (boxes 19-22), photographs (boxes 22-25), blueprints...
Dates: ca. 1891-1992

Marshall County Archives

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.1672
Overview County and circuit clerks records, arranged chronologically. Records for the years 1835-1857, include bonds of ministers, tavern operators, ordinaries, ferries, and county officials; estate settlements; records pertaining to road, bridge, and public building; records of the overseer of the poor; school commissioners' and surveyors' appointments; and lists of county officials. Records for 1863-1874 include county supervisors' records; records of the Fairmont and Wheeling Turnpike; and muster...
Dates: 1831-1948

Window Glass Workers' Unions, Records

 Collection
Collection Number: A&M.0683
Overview Union materials collected by William J. Jones of Morgantown, West Virginia, including bylaws, constitutions, convention proceedings, and letters.
Dates: 1886-1920