WEST VIRGINIA:  A HISTORICAL RESOURCE GUIDE
PART FOUR: PANTS OR NO PANTS

The Greenbrier

Conte, Robert S. The History of The Greenbrier: America's Resort. Charleston: Pictorial Histories Pub. Co., 1989.

Olcott, William. The Greenbrier Heritage. [Philadelphia?]: Arndt, Preston, Chapin, Lamb & Keen, [1967?].

Rains, David. The History of White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia and The Greenbrier and Cottages. White Sulphur Springs: The Greenbrier and Cottages, 1939.
 

Women

Comstock, Jim, ed. West Virginia Women. Richwood: Comstock, 1974; reprinted: Jim Comstock. West Virginia Heritage Encyclopedia. Supplemental Series, vol. 25.

Conaway, Rebecca Core. "A Study Of The Origin, Organization, Work And Influence Of Womens' Clubs In West Virginia." Thesis, West Virginia University, 1948.

Davie, Ethel. Talent and Courage: Outstanding West Virginia Women in the 1990's. Charleston: The Author, 1992.

Jackson, George S. Uncommon Scold, The Story of Anne Royall. Boston: B. Humphries, Inc., 1937.

James, Bessie Rowland. Anne Royall's U.S.A. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1972.

Missing Chapters: West Virginia Women In History. Charleston: West Virginia Women's Commission, 1983.

Missing Chapters II: West Virginia Women In History. Charleston: West Virginia Women's Commission, 1986.

Lady, Claudia Lynn. "Five Tri-State Women During the Civil War: Views on the War," West Virginia History 53 (Summer 1982): 303-321.

Porter, Sarah H. The Life and Times of Anne Royall. Cedar Rapids: The Torch Press, 1908.

Rust, Mary Jane Hansford. Recollections and Reflections of Mollie Hansford, 1828-1900 (A Daughter of the Kanawha Valley). Ed. by William D. Wintz, Charleston: Quick Copy Duplicating Service, 1975.

 

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