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Digitized on May 4, 2016

Record includes 4 images of the nails taken at varying angles

This item was digitized on April 23, 2016

This item was digitized on April 23, 2016

This item was digitized on April 23, 2016

Images of a "Go Hoakies" plastic cup, which represents Virginia Tech's fighting gobblers. The term "Hoakies" is misspelled - "Hokies" is the accepted spelling.

Photograph of the Shultz family home on the corner of Church and Clay Streets in Blacksburg, Virginia, across the street from Blacksburg Middle School. This photograph was taken between 1950 and 1960.

Photograph of Fleming Smith Roop and Sarah Ann Hall of Montgomery County, VA, taken between 1870 and 1880.

Digitized on April 23, 2016

Stock certificate in the sum of one-hundred dollars granted to Willis P. Bocock. Mr. Bocock held stock in the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad Company.


From the first paragraph of the second sheet: "The United States Geological Survey is making a series of standard topographic maps to cover the United States. This work has been in progress since 1882, and the published maps cover more than 47…

Buy Defense Saving Stamps Here poster; red, white, and blue with image of patriot and plow of the type displayed during World War II

War Ration Book One for Emily Allen of Christiansburg, VA. Ration books were required during World War II to purchase a variety of goods such as sugar, meat, etc.

This 1883 Trout & Ellis polictcal ribbon carries the Virginia State seal and the slogan "This Way Freemen!" The slogan was a motto of the Virginia Democratic Party in 1883 and Henry S. Trout was a Democratic office-holder in that era. He was a…

Rare medical book dating from the Revolutionary period. Translated from German.

Albert Pike, Division Engineer

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Newspaper clipping of commission announcement for Hazel L. Caldwell of Christiansburg, VA. She was an ensign in the U.S. Navy Reserves and was assigned to the Bureau of Navy Personnel in Washington, D. C. during World War II. The clipping is…

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Newspaper clipping of obituary for Clarion Reed of Christiansburg, VA. He was killed in Germany during World War II. The clipping is contained in one of two scrapbooks with information about the World War II period in Christiansburg and Montgomery…

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Scrapbook page containing a telegram from Kenneth M. Frost and newspaper clippings about servicemen from Montgomery County, VA during World War II. The clipping is contained in one of two scrapbooks with information about the World War II period in…

Page from a spiral bound scrapbook made by Robertine Hughes Jordan in 1941-43. Includes information from her senior year at Christiansburg High School and her marriage to a World War II serviceman.
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