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Along the Historic Lee Highway: Virginia Lee Highway Guide,

Identifier: AC-1122

Scope and Contents

This collection in made up of an eight page brochure.


  • October 12, 1936


The materials are in English.

Conditions Governing Access

No interlibrary loan.

Access Restrictions

The materials are available for research in the Dougherty Reading Room.

Biographical/Historical Note

The Lee Highway, established in 1923, connected Washington, D.C. and San Diego, California and was the first paved and “all weather route across the nation.” The Highway was named after General Robert E. Lee, the governor of Virginia and the General-in-Chief for the Confederate States of America during the Civil War. This advertisement brochure speaks directly to the section of the Lee Highway which runs through Washington County, Virginia. Points of interest and accommodations, such as restaurants, stores, hotels, and churches are mentioned, as well as historical details about the county.


0.01 Linear Feet (1 folder)


This collection contains a brochure entitled, “Along the Historic Lee Highway: Virginia Lee Highway Guide” which describes the people and places along the Lee Highway route through Washington County, V.A.


The collection is arranged in one folder.

Acquisitons Information

Purchased by Bookworm and Silverfish on 12/4/2014.

Processing Information

Processed by Jacqueline Hundley 5/12/16.

Repository Details

Part of the Appalachian State University Special Collections Repository

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