Schools. SEE ALSO Academies
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 82 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Number: A&M.1840
Overview One letter (15 March 1885) is from Joe Wertz of Mullenville, Kansas to Carrie Brady of Toledo, Illinois, which discusses life in Kansas, particularly his efforts to start a farm, and reflects loneliness for his old home. Two letters (28 October 1883 and 9 June 1884) are from Carrie Brady of Gale, Indiana to Rose concerning family affairs and schooling.
Collection Number: A&M.1162
Overview Diaries, accounts, and statistical records of a schoolteacher from Montgomery and Campbell counties, Virginia, and Monroe County, West Virginia. These records list the schools in which Rudd taught, the homes where he boarded, and his friends and acquaintances. The records also cover his employment with the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad at Central Depot, Virginia, and with the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad at Allegheny Station. The third volume is a guest register of the White Sulphur Springs...
Collection Number: A&M.0512
Scope and Contents Daybooks, ledgers, journals, letter books and reports. Primarily concern the various business enterprises of the Salt Sulphur Springs Company including general store, hotel, stage line, telegraph company and farm. Also a letter book of the Oriental Powder Mills, Charleston, W.Va, of which John W.M. Appleton was agent; general store daybooks of E.D. Ballard; hotel and general store cash and daybooks of Erskine and Caruthers from Lexington and Salt Sulphur Springs. Records of the M.C.C.C. and O....
Collection Number: A&M.1842
Overview Letters, notebooks, scrapbooks, diaries, manuscripts, and memorabilia of a secondary schoolteacher in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, and Preston County, and an author and local historian of Preston and Monongalia counties in West Virginia. The collection includes notes on history, orthography, new method arithmetic, two teachers report books of 1872-1885 and 1879-1880, teachers' certificates, a Wiley family genealogy, manuscripts on slavery, Odd Fellowship, public schools, after-dinner speeches,...
Collection Number: A&M.1404
Overview Records of the Arden District, 1916-1930; Gerrardstown District, 1877-1925; the Hedgesville District, 1866-1927; Martinsburg District, 1908-1918; Mill Creek District, 1921-1935; and the county superintendent, 1893-1911. Subjects covered include: tax assessments, attendance applications, teacher appointments, apportionment of funds, and school levies.
Collection Number: A&M.1405
Overview Record books of the Capon District, 1911-1921; Lost River District, 1880-1907; Moorefield District, 1866-1925; the South Fork District, 1873-1926; and the County Financial Secretary's Record Book, 1919-1933. Subjects covered include: salaries and outlays paid, subscription and tax levy rates and the estimates of the teachers and building funds.
Collection Number: A&M.1390
Overview Minutes of the Board of Education, Clarksburg (West Virginia) District, 1879-1915; a typescript copy of a teaching contract, Buffalo Creek, 1835; and a note concerning the school fund for Harrison County, 1863-1865.
Collection Number: A&M.1984
Collection Number: A&M.1560
Overview Records of the Circle, Franklin, Will Run, Sugar Grove, and Union school districts. Included are minutes to the Board of Education meetings, files of teacher contracts, and financial ledgers such as those for building funds.
Collection Number: A&M.0840
Overview Papers of the Mortimer Wilson Smith family, Clarksburg, West Virginia. There are letters of the Chapin family of Springfield, Massachusetts, and Clarksburg, 1800-1904. Subjects include descriptions of Clarksburg, schools, churches, and family affairs. Included are three scrapbooks of the Mortimer W. Smith family, covering family history, and typescripts of speeches made by Smith, 1936-1939, as chief engineer of the West Virginia State Road Commission and as director of the Motor Carrier...