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LADIES' MONUMENT ASSOCIATION, Point Pleasant, W. Va.
ACCESSION 515.
Dates: 1860.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Minutes (photo reproduction), 1 page.
Method of Acquisition and date: Loaned for copying By Cora Teel, 1990. Originals located in files of Col. Charles Lewis Chapter, NSDAR, Point Pleasant, W. Va.
Description: Minutes of two meetings of association formed to erect a monument to militia men who fell at the Battle of Point Pleasant on October 10, 1774.

LAIDLEY FAMILY PAPERS
ACCESSIONS 1973/01.0002, 1973/01.0046, and 1973/01.0077
Dates: 1834-1944.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 0.75 linear feet.
Method of Acquisition and date:
Description: Cabell County, West Virginia pioneer family. Papers consist of holograph and typescript histories of the Laidley, Beuhring, Brown and other early families of the county; correspondence with descendants of the original trustees of Marshall Academy; several holograph histories, including a history of Barboursville, West Virginia, on the letterhead of W. S. Laidley.

LAIDLEY, Virginia Brown, 1847-1928.
ACCESSION 684.
Dates: ca. 1928.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Typescript (carbon copy), 61 leaves.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of William L. Snider, 1999.
Description: “Scales,” a history of the Scales, Laidley, and Brown families of Cabell and Kanawha Counties, Va., (later W. Va.).

LAMBERT, Fred, 1873-1967.
ACCESSION 1978/06.0236 ( MANUSCRIPT 76-A,76-B, 76-C)
Dates: 1809-1964.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 33.5 linear feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mrs. Estelle Lambert Hanger, 1978-1983.
Description: Educator; collection consists primarily of holograph notebooks of research notes concerning genealogical and historical material about Cabell, Wayne, and Lincoln Counties, West Virginia. Includes photographs, glass negatives, and personal genealogical information. The collection consists of four sections: MS 76, notebooks containing local history and genealogy; MS 76-A , information on the Lambert and related families;MS 76-B, files of research notes and photographs; MS 76-C, addenda of additional notebooks and photographs.

LAMBERT, Noah, 1832-1926.
ACCESSION 560.
Dates: 1912-1926.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers (photo reproductions), 15 items.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Gary Lambert, 1993.
Description: Confederate veteran. Papers consist of applications and affidavits for Lambert's pension as a Confederate veteran from the state of Kentucky.

LEE, Howard Burton, 1882-1985.
ACCESSION 1977/07.0194.
Dates: 1902-1976.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 1 cubic foot.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mr. Lee, 1977.
Description: Personal scrapbooks and newspaper clippings; correspondence concerning his book, The Burning Springs. Also photographs used in his Bloodletting in Appalachia and some Marshall College items.

LEMASTERS, William, defendant.
ACCESSION 701.
Dates: 1993.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Trial transcript, 12 v.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Anna M. Barnes, 2001.
Description: “Excerpts of proceedings before the Hon. Fred W. Crow III taken. . . at the Meigs Co., [Ohio] courthouse. . .” Case no. 92-CR-61 in the court of common pleas.

LEWIS, Virgil Anson, Papers, 1846-1912.
ACCESSION 1973/01.0006
Dates: 1837-1973.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 1 linear foot.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift, in part, of Lucie and Virginia Lewis, 1974,1976.
Description: State historian and archivist; educator. Includes a draft of `A History of Marshall Academy,' with notes by co-author Lawrence J. Corbly; photoreproductions of memoirs by Lucie and Virginia Lewis, including a history of the Stone and Lewis families of Mason County, West Virginia; photographs.

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, CLINIC.
ACCESSION 1974/10.0085.
Dates: 1928.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Register, 2 vol.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Dr. John Cronin, 1974.
Description: Contains daily list of names of patients and notes on their treatment.

LINDNER, Rolf.
ACCESSION 1982/04.0353.
Dates: 1939-1940.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Letters (photoreproduction), 7 items.
Method of Acquisition and date: Loaned for copying by Jack Nuckols, 1982.
Description: Lindner, member of the Hitler Youth from Saxony, comments on the invasion of Poland and the Battle of Britain in these letters to Josephine Davis of South Point, Ohio.

LIPPMAN, Walter.
ACCESSION 1984/10.0402 (PROCESSED; MANUSCRIPT 87)
Dates: 1922-1967.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 12 reels of microfilm.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of J. Grant McGuire, 1984. Originals in Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.
Description: Journalist; philosopher. Collection contains photographs, magazine and newspaper articles, pamphlets, and Today and Tomorrow, vols. 1-117 (1931-1967).

LONG FAMILY.
ACCESSION 1982/01.0348.
RESTRICTED ACCESS:by permission of family.
Dates: 1795-1979.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 35 cubic feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Margot Long Brauchli, 1982.
Description: Prominent Huntington, West Virginia, family. Three generations of the family are represented: Joseph Harvey Long, publisher of the Huntington Herald-Advertiser; son and daughter-in-law, Walker and Eloise Campbell Long, both active in civic and cultural affairs of Huntington, namely the Huntington Herald-Dispatch and the Tri-State Metropolitan Opera Regional Auditions; some papers of the six children of Walker and Eloise Long.

LOOMIS, Harriet Bagg.
ACCESSION 519 (PROCESSED; MS 122).
Dates: 1855-1919.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Diary, 1874. 1 reel of microfilm.
Method of Acquisition and date: Acquired from Historic Deerfield [Mass.], 1990.
Description: West Springfield, Massachusetts, resident, whose diary describes her journey to Huntington, West Virginia, in 1874, to visit her uncle. Describes the newly-established town.

LOOMIS, Roy.
ACCESSION 2003-0721
Dates:
Collection Type/Materials and size: 1 vol.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Jack Fowler.
Description: Contains newspaper clippings of articles by Frank Sibley, writer for Waterways Journal and the Gallipolis, Ohio, Tribune.

LOVE, Anna M.
ACCESSION 1982/08.0366.
Dates: 1816-1977.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 1 cubic foot.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Shelba Pew, 1982.
Description: Collection centers on the papers of Daniel Love, pioneer settler of Cabell County, West Virginia, and consists primarily of notes, receipts and memoranda pertaining to the settlement of the estate of his father-in-law, John Chadwick of Kentucky. Also includes correspondence of Anna M. Love concerning family genealogy.

LOVINS, B. B.
ACCESSION 1973/01.0184.
Dates: 1928-1969.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 3 cubic feet.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mr. Lovins, ca. 1973.
Description: Huntington, West Virginia, advertising man. Collection consists of trade magazines and several textbooks. Includes examples of Mr. Lovins' work.

LOW GAP [UNITED BAPTIST] CHURCH.
ACCESSION 567.
Dates: 1898-1944.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Minutes (photoreproductions), 1 vol.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Brandon Kirk, 1993.
Description: Lincoln County, W. Va. church, located in Hart's Creek district.

LOWE, Emilie Muller.
ACCESSION 553.
Dates: 1751-1992.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 1 volume in loose-leaf binder.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Mrs. Lowe, 1992.
Description: Entitled "War Bride of West Virginia," collection contains documents, photographs, and typescript reminiscences related to Mrs. Lowe's immigration to the United States as a German war bride in 1948 as well as genealogical material on her German ancestry.

LUBIN, Benson J. (b. 1893).
ACCESSION 559.
Dates: 1904-1935.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 0.5 cu. ft.
Method of Acquisition and date: Transferred, 1993.
Description: Huntington, West Virginia, businessman, real estate agent. Papers relate primarily to his service in the first world war as a second lieutenant in the 58th Balloon Company, A.E.F., in France and include embarkation, payroll and other papers related to his duties as officer in charge of Brest Casual Company 1740 (Colored) during its demobilization period; photographs and negatives.

LUTTON, Daisy, compiler.
ACCESSION 520 (PROCESSED; MS 55)
Dates: 1906-1928.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Obituaries, 4 vols.
Method of Acquisition and date: Gift of Violette Machir, 1988.
Description: Compilation of obituaries from Point Pleasant, West Virginia, Mason County, West Virginia, and other area newspapers, mostly undocumented.

LYON, Theeta Searcy, Papers.
ACCESSION 1971/01.0023.
Dates: 1923-1941.
Collection Type/Materials and size: Papers, 1 cubic foot.
Method of Acquisition and date:
Description: Marshall College home economics professor. Papers consist of prints and original drawings of costumes and dress from Grecian times to 1941. Includes student drawings executed for classes in applied arts at Marshall and a typescript copy of `History of American Dress as Affected by Political, Social, and Economic Conditions,` by Anna C. Wilson, 1923.

 

   
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