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USPTO certified on January 7, 1879; patented on January 7, 1882.

A patent issued in 1879 to John W. Barnett for an improvement in curing leaf tobacco.

Record includes 5 images of the crock, taken at varying angles

Record includes 5 images of the rocking chair, taken at varying angles

Record includes 4 images of the nails taken at varying angles

Topographic map of the state of Virginia in 1822. Includes land in West Virginia, which was part of Virginia prior to its annexation.

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

Record includes 5 images of the film reel, taken at varying angles

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

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Photograph of Confederate Monument in Christiansburg Town Square. Probably taken during a Confederate Veteran memorial event on June 3, 1905. Identified in the photograph are N. V. Correll and G. N. Garnaund.

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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…

Digitized on 4 May 2016

Photograph of Jack Graybeal of Christiansburg, VA wearing his Air Force flight suit overalls with leather helmet and googles standing next to an automobile while in service during World War II.

Black and White photograph of Mary Ruth Anderson Cruce of Christiansburg (Va.) in her World War II Navy Nurse Corps uniform. She served above the USS Samaritan in the Pacific and witnessed action at the Battles of Saipan, Iwo Jima, and Okinawa

Photograph of Radford Arsenal employees in the Inspection and Maintenance Division. James V. Ledford, Jr. stands 3rd row, middle with white shirt.

Letter to "My Darling Cousin" from of Christiansburg; 15 May 18?? [circa 1875]. The letter includes a hand drawn calligraphy card "Miss Lake Sullivan Ripley, Tennessee" with image of a bird made by "Mr. Scott"; mentions exams and concert performance;…

Membership card for William M. King to the Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen of America. King lived in Christiansburg and worked for the Norfolk & Western Railroad from at least 1910 until at least 1923.

Prepared by C. Crozet, late Principal Engineer of Virginia under a resolution of the General Assembly, adopted March 15th, 1818.

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Black and white photograph of a parade of men in Army and Navy uniforms taken in fall 1946 in downtown Christiansburg; Bank of Christiansburg in background.
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