Virginia -- Economic conditions -- 20th century
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
The Account Booklets with John W. Crist, 1895-1909, comprise two record booklets, one owned by a patron named Rebecca Jane Michael Kiracofe and the other by an unidentified patron. The booklets document purchases made at John W. Crist’s store in Sangerville, Virginia.
The Charles Jackson Letter Books, 1890-1904, consist of three books created by Charles A. Jackson throughout his career. They contain assorted correspondence, legal cases, and personal viewpoints of Charles Jackson as he acted as a New York lawyer and Virginia business operator. He was heavily involved in the Shenandoah Land & Anthracite Coal Company.
The Samuel William Long Diary, 1931-1935, consists of Long’s diary and financial receipts that detail a standard year of a shopkeeper’s life in Sangerville, Virginia.