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The Frances Logan Gillam Papers, 1939-1940, are comprised of photographs of the Madison College campus dating to the 1939-1940 academic term and miscellaneous materials from Gillam’s time as a student at Madison College.
The Freshman Class Scrapbooks are comprised of four disassembled scrapbooks, containing correspondence, programs, invitations, telegrams and ephemera that document class elections and campus activities of the Madison College freshman class, from 1945-1949.
The Fulks Run Ruritan Club Records, 1958-2008, consist of two boxes (2 cubic feet) of meeting minutes, rosters, community service reports, treasuer notes, receipts, correspondence, and handbooks documenting this Fulks Run, Virginia organization.
The Furious Flower Poetry Center Records, consisting of 17.6 cubic feet (43 boxes, 1 rolled storage container), document the departmental activities of the Furious Flower Poetry Center.
Three color photographs documenting Gail Kinsey's ('72) time as a student at Madison College.
The collection consists of papers related to the family of Lieutenant William Bowen Gallaher (1840-1911) and Amelia Frances Briscoe Gallaher (1845-1911). Documents reveal family members’ involvement with the Waynesboro Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers Home, and the Grand Camp C.V. Department of Virginia. It also contains personal correspondence between Virginia governor John Letcher and Hugh L. Gallaher.
The Garber and Logan Family Papers, 1846-1949, comprise personal receipts of Joseph Garber, genealogy of the Garber Family, and photographs likely taken by John and Emma Logan.
The Geoffrey Morley-Mower Papers, 1999-2001, include a draft of Morley-Mower's memoir Flying Blind, correspondence with artist and collection donor Richard McNealy, and images and copies of paintings used to illustrate Flying Blind.
The George E. May Papers, 1930s, contain 44 chapters (some missing) of a carbon-copy typescript manuscript plus handwritten drafts and other notes on the history of Port Republic, Virginia. The manuscript is a draft of May's book Port Republic: The History of a Shenandoah Valley River Town that was published for the first time in 2002 - the 200th anniversary of the founding of Port Republic.
The George K. Harnsberger Ledger, 1939-1957, documents Harnsberger's personal and farm related financial activities. The ledger primarily records expenses, but payments received for sales of grain and other crops, livestock, and poultry are also documented.
The collection comprises the personal papers, correspondence, diaries, and writings of George M. Neese of New Market, Virginia.
The George W. Kemper Jr. Medical Ledger, 1857-1892 [bulk 1861-1868], consists of one large ledger, handwritten by Kemper, including dated entries of names, amounts owed, and occasional notes beneath the names.
The George W. W. Scothern Daybooks, 1905 - 1911, consist of account ledgers and other materials that document the business transactions of a photography business and a general store, C.A. Scothern & Son.
The George Washington National Forest Oral History Collection, 1994, is comprised of audio recordings and transcripts documenting interviews conducted by a JMU student intern with Jacob Kagey and Earnest Dickerman, employees of George Washington National Forest National Park, on the topics of botanical and wilderness history.
Photocopies of materials documenting Gabriel T. Barbee's influence in the Virginia Farmers' Alliance, 1887-1894.
The Graduate Council Minutes, 1958-1972, are comprised of minutes of the Madison College Graduate Council.
The Grove Family Papers, 1884-1932, consists of correspondence and ephemera from the Grove Family of Luray in Page County, Virginia.
The Gwendolyn Brooks and Arthur Waldhorn Correspondence, June 10, 1985, comprises a single sheet with correspondence between Gwendolyn Brooks and Arthur Waldhorn. Includes Waldhorn's typed request to Brooks to write a piece of poetry for Forbes Magazine and Brooks's handwritten response on the same sheet that she never received the request.
Hamburg Mennonite Church Harmonia Sacra All Day Sing, August 6, 1995, is comprised of audiorecordings of a harmonia sacra hymn sing, held at the Old Hamburg Mennonite Church, on August 6, 1995.
The Harold McNett Seagoing Cowboy Oral History, October 18, 2016, is comprised of one audio recording and transcript of an interview of McNett by Gordon Miller about his experiences attending horses on ship bound for Europe, as part of the relief effort after World War II.
The Harriet Shackelford Papers, 1964-1970, are comprised of 30 photographs of Madison College students and campus scenes, as well as a letter written by Julie Fry regarding the Madison College Big Sister Little Sister program.
The Harrisonburg Chapter of the Madison College Alumni Association Records is comprised of two meeting minute books; a scrapbook containing photographs, newspaper clippings and paper; and administrative papers that document the Alumni Association (formerly known as the Alumnae Association) from 1945-1964.
The Harrisonburg Court Square Oral Histories, 1990, is comprised of audio recordings, interview transcripts, and background papers, documenting the impact of the construction of the Valley Mall in 1978 on downtown Harrisonburg.
The Harrisonburg Historic Map Collection, 1873-1982 (bulk 1903-1956), consists of approximately 615 items including maps, blueprints, drawings, and corresponding paperwork created by the City of Harrisonburg. These items represent proposed road improvements, sewer and water lines, bridge plans, land exchanges, and sub-divisions added to the city. Some drawings for church buildings, schools, parks and industrial zones are included as well.
The collection comprises 30 postcards (including duplicates) documenting the historic campus of James Madison University (under its previous names) and the surrounding city of Harrisonburg.
The Harrisonburg Redevelopment & Housing Authority Photographs, consisting of two Hollinger boxes and one half-Hollinger box (.86 cubic feet), are comprised of photographs used by the Harrisonburg Redevelopment & Housing Authority in their urban renewal programs. The bulk of the photographs capture buildings targeted for urban renewal in downtown and residential Harrisonburg, Virginia in the 1960s and 1980s.
The Harrisonburg-Rockingham County Child Day Care Centers, Inc. Records, 1696-1991, consist of two boxes of administrative records of the Harrisonburg-Rockingham County Child Day Care Centers, one of the first day care facilities in the area.
The collection contains National Register of Historic Places nomination forms and supporting documents, maps, floor plans and images for properties in the vicinity of Rockingham County and the City of Harrisonburg generated by students in James Madison University’s Historic Preservation class, 1989-2013.
This collection consists of approximately 1,700 items, in six boxes and one flat folder, and covers the dates 1740-1950. The collection is comprised of a very wide variety of legal, governmental, business, school, and church records, as well as personal papers, all primarily from the Central Shenandoah Valley (Rockingham, Shenandoah, Augusta, and Page counties). Most are originals, but some facsimiles are included.
The Heatwole Family Papers, 1838-2001, document descendants of David Heatwole (1767-1842). The collection documents the Virginia Heatwoles, specifically those of Mt. Clinton and Dale Enterprise, as well as the Trumbos of Fulks Run. Materials include correspondence, financial records, personal papers, photographs, and ephemera.
- Letters (correspondence) 151
- Photographs 111
- Harrisonburg (Va.) -- History 74
- Newspaper clippings 57
- Printed Ephemera 57
- Scrapbooks 57
- Virginia -- History, Local -- Sources 48
- Programs (documents) 38
- Ledgers (account books) 36
- Minutes (administrative records) 33
- Family papers 32
- Financial records 32
- Rockingham County (Va.) -- History -- Sources 31
- Receipts (financial records) 28
- Business records 24
- Rockingham County (Va.) -- History 24
- Shenandoah River Valley (Va. and W. Va.) -- History 24
- Diaries 23
- Education, Higher -- Virginia -- Harrisonburg -- History 23
- Account books 22
- Administrative records 21
- Black-and-white photographs 21
- Legal documents 20
- Newsletters 20
- Oral histories (literary works) 20
- Postcards 20
- Genealogies (histories) 17
- Pamphlets 15
- Universities and colleges -- Virginia -- Harrisonburg -- History 15
- Virginia -- Genealogy -- Sources 15
- Administrative reports 14
- Harrisonburg (Va.) -- History -- Sources 14
- Shenandoah River Valley (Va. and W. Va.) -- History -- Sources 14
- Brochures 13
- Business records -- Sources 13
- Certificates 13
- Invitations 13
- Manuscripts (documents) 13
- Maps (documents) 13
- Membership lists 13 ∧ less
- English 430
- German 3
- Sanskrit 1
- James Madison University 137
- Madison College 94
- State Teachers College at Harrisonburg (Harrisonburg, Va.) 50
- State Normal School for Women at Harrisonburg (Harrisonburg, Va.) 27
- State Normal and Industrial School for Women (Harrisonburg, Va.) 26
- Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society 23
- Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates 23
- Green Valley Auctions, Inc. 15
- Suter, Scott Hamilton 10
- Bookworm & Silverfish 8
- Cohasco, Inc. 8
- Lee Literary Society 8
- Confederate States of America. Army 6
- James Madison University. Alumni Association 6
- Geier, Clarence R., 1944- 5
- eBay (Firm) 5
- Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.) 4
- Effinger Street School 4
- Henkel family 4
- James Madison University. Centennial Office 4
- Massanutten Regional Library 4
- Whetzel, Charlie, 1940-2021 4
- Ashby, Turner, 1828-1862 3
- Bolgiano, Chris 3
- Bowman family 3
- Burruss, Julian Ashby, 1876-1947 3
- Duke, Samuel Page, 1885-1955 3
- Lanier Literary Society 3
- Lucy F. Simms School (Public school) 3
- Madison, James, 1751-1836 3
- Strickler family 3
- WLR Foods, Inc. 3
- Wampler family 3
- Wilderness Society (U.S.) 3
- Bersson, Robert 2
- Between the Covers Rare Books 2
- Blackley, Chuck 2
- Bradley Foundry (Va.) 2
- Brown family 2
- Carrier, Ronald E., 1932-2017 2 ∧ less