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This first issue of the Sprout & Flourish newsletter centers on pregnancy, childbirth, and child rearing. It was published by Family Concept in Berea, Kentucky and dated December 1, 1979. Topics include preparation for childbirth, the benefits of eating carrots, a book review, and information about a support group for support families who experience cesarean births. Its purpose was to detail some of the programs offered by Family Concept.
This collection consists of one photograph mounted to board, circa 1908, of St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. The congregation constructed a new building in 1908 on the SW corner of King Street and High Street. The church in the photograph burned in 1924.
The Staley Estate Papers are a collection of receipts, correspondence and ephemera generated by several generations of the descendants of Frank Staley, who worked as a dry goods merchant and a depot agent in Wythe and Smyth Counties, Virginia.
This collection contains the papers of Walter Scott and Pauline Staley, Francis Preston Staley, and James White Sheffey Rhea. These personal family papers include correspondence, receipts, bills of sale, newspaper clippings, deeds, and genealogy charts. The papers date from 1856 to 1921.
The Stanbery/Stanberry-Younce Families Ancestral Charts and Papers consist of ancestral charts of families' genealogies from Watauga County, North Carolina, prepared circa 2002 by Anita Stanberry St. Lawrence and other family members.
This collection contains architectural renditions and black and white photographs of commercial buildings, schools, churches, and homes by the company Stanhope S. Johnson and R.O. Brannan Architects of Lynchburg, Virginia. Most are unidentified and undated.
This collection consists of poems, postcards, broadsides, and offprints written or published by poet Jonathan Williams and mailed to Washington D. C. area poet Stanley D. Willis. Johnathan Williams (1929-2008) was an Asheville, North Carolina native, Black Mountain College alumnus, and the founder of the Jargon Society.
This collection contains three letters from Stanley Hicks to Edward Baker of Virginia. i, Virginia address. The letters and envelopes were previously glued to posterboard and laminated. Also included is a newspaper clipping about Stanley Hicks appearing at New River Community College in Dublin, Virginia, during "Appalachian Awareness Week" in May 1979.
This collection consists of one photograph of Stanley Jewel of Christianburg, Virginia, dated circa 1900.
This collection consists of statements, bills, and receipts made out to P. H.Skaggs by W. A. Burke of Burke's Iron Works and its successor, Staunton Iron Works. The items are dated between 1871-1873.
purchased from Bookworm & Silverfish, two color photos of Stephen Crockett on horse, dated 1965, and postmarked 1966 postcard to Stephen from Lucy Crockett, Seven Mile (Ford), VA.
This is a collection of stereoviews primarly produced by Asheville, NC-based photographers and/or publishers. This collection includes a stereoscope for viewing.
Stevenson, Alabama Cockfighting Illustration includes a framed drawing of the winner of a 1923 cockfight from Stevenson, Alabama.
This collection consists of one cabinet card photograph published by G. W. Morgan. It's part of the "Views of Harriman and Vicinity" series, circa 1890. The image features the stockade at Coal Creek, located in the vicinity of Harriman, Tennesee. The stockade may have been used to hold convict laborers working as coal miners during period of the Coal Creek War.
This collection consists of the following Storer College-related items: a pamphlet (circa 1890), a broadside advertising the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of Storer (May 1892), Twenty-Fifth Commencement (May 30, 1892), Seventh Annual Cornforth Declamatory Contest (February 12, 1920), Mr. George L. Johnson and Mr. Theodore Thomas Taylor in Joint Recital (April 17, 1920), and the Fifty-Third Commencement (May 25, 1920).
This broadside is an announcement of a horse named "Brown Barb" available for breeding in Waterford, Erie County, Pennsylvania. P. E. Judson, who created this broadside, describes the terms of service and provides a physical description of the horse, its detailed pedigree, and a testimonial about the horse from a previous owner. The broadside employs several sizes and styles of type.
"Summer on Winsome Mountain" consists of one color 11 x 14 inch photograph titled "Summer on Winsome Mountain." The mountain range shown has been identified as Snake Mountain on the North Carolina-Tennessee border looking north. The peak is at the left center and tree top is right of center.
The Summers County, West Virginia Music Project Records is a collection of recordings by Deborah Thompson and Randi Silnutzer in 1981. Twenty-three hours of music and interviews were recorded on twenty-five audiocassettes.
One summons, August 29, 1854, issued by [?] Russell ordering the Constable of Jefferson County, Virginia to summon Mr. Compton to appear before him on September 1st to "answer James logie in a plea of debt for eighteen Dollars."
This is a collection of research materials gathered by Susan S. Cole on the subject of playwright Romulus Linney and his works.
The Susan Lea Jennings Papers consists of scholarly articles, newsclippings, and copies of historic documents focused on the social history of women in the Baptist Church. The articles are primarily focused on Baptists in the southeastern portion of the United States.
This collection is from Susan Pepper, Professor of Appalachian Studies at Appalachian State University, that documents an oral history project in her class, AS/IDS 2410, in 2007 in which students interviewed people in the area, transcribed their recorded interviews, and wrote papers about the people and their interviews.
This collection consists of color photographs of the demolition of the Daniel Boone Hotel in 1983 as well as historical information.
The collection consists of one broadside with the heading "Synopsis of Agreement between the Knoxville and Fountain City Land Company and the Subscribers for three hundred lots at Fountain City, Etc., Etc." The document describes a plan to develop Fountain City, Tennessee, and to establish the Holbrook Normal College under the direction of Professor (Josiah) Holbrook on ten acres in Fountain City. Fountain City is located north of Knoxville.
This collection consists of Privilege License #187 issued by the State of Tennessee-Sullivan County, Office of County Court Clerk to T. C. Warren to have an "auto for hire" from August 1, 1918-November 1, 1918 for the fee of $6.50. It is signed by the County Court Clerk, D. A. Baszer and the Circuit Court Clerk, T. L. Holt on August 12, 1918.