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A Guide to the J. Hoge Tyler Family Collection, 1802-1956

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Accession Number Ms1967-002


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Accession Number
J. Hoge Tyler Family Collection 1802-1956
Physical Characteristics
85 containers; 42 cu. ft.
Papers of Virginia Governor James Hoge Tyler, including official, business and personal correspondence, printed materials, scrapbooks, and ledgers; papers of Tyler's children (Edward H., James H. Jr., Stockton H., Belle Tyler McConnell, Sue Tyler Jopling, Hal C. and Lily Tyler Wilson); business records (including records of the Belle Hampton Coal Company and Radford Development Company), genealogical materials, Spanish-American War army pay records, and photographs. Also includes papers of members of the Hammet and Sifford families.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

Permission to publish material from the J. Hoge Tyler Family Collection must be obtained from the Special Collections, Virginia Tech.

Preferred Citation

J. Hoge Tyler Family Collection, Ms1967-002 - Special Collections, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Va.

Acquisition Information

The J. Hoge Tyler Family Collection was acquired by Newman Library in several installments. The nucleus of the collection, including the early correspondence of the Hammet and Tyler families and the business correspondence and ledgers of J. Hoge Tyler, was donated by Mrs. Sue Tyler Thomas in 1967. In 1972, J. Hoge Tyler Wilson donated approximately two thousand pieces of political and other correspondence dating from 1890 to 1901. Later in 1972, Mr. Wilson withdrew from temporary deposit at the University of Virginia Library a sizeable collection of Tyler papers, including gubernatorial correspondence, and donated them to Virginia Tech. Additions to the collection were made through several dealer purchases in the 1970s and 1980s.

Alternate Form Available

Some of the photographs in this collection have been scanned. Links to jpgs are available in the "Contents List" below.

Processing Information

The processing, arrangement and description of the J. Hoge Tyler Family Collection commenced in January 2004 and was completed in August 2007. Some earlier work on the collection had been performed from 1967 to 1969 and 1971 to 1972.

Biographical Information

James Hoge Tyler, Virginia governor from 1898 to 1902, was born at the Tyler family farm, "Blenheim," in Caroline County, Virginia on August 11, 1846. He was the son of George Tyler (1817-1889), a representative of Caroline County, and Eliza Hoge (1815-1846), daughter of General James Hoge. His mother having died during his birth, the young James Hoge Tyler was reared by his grandparents, James and Eleanor Howe Hoge at "Hayfield," their Pulaski County home. Tyler was educated in Pulaski County before attending the school of Franklin Minor in Albermarle County.

(George Tyler (1817-1889), father of James H., married four times: First to Jane De Jarnette (1820-1841)--the couple's only child died in childhood. Eliza Hoge (1815-1846) was Tyler's second wife, the future governor being their only child. Tyler married third Jane Quisenberry. The couple had two children: George William Tyler (married Mary Stuart Carter) and Nannie Brown Tyler (married John Washington). By his fourth wife, Julia Magruder (1837-1873), Tyler fathered six children: Henry Magruder Tyler, Mary Adams Taylor, Julia Magruder Tyler (married James Armistead Otey), Lucinda Coleman Tyler, Evelyn Tyler (married John J. Miller), John Tyler and William Elliot (married Burnley Redd).)

Tyler left school at the age of 16 to join the Confederate army and served as a private in the Signal Corps throughout the Civil War. (His later rank of "major" was apparently a post-war honorific.) After the war, Tyler returned to Pulaski County, where he had inherited the Hoge farm. He would rename the farm "Belle Hampton" and become a successful farmer, raising Durham cattle and serving as president of the Virginia Stock Farmers' Institute and of the Southwest Virginia Live Stock Association. His other business interests would come to include a store, a gristmill, a sawmill, the Belle Hampton Coal Mining Company (sold in 1902 to a New York company), and the Radford Development Company.

Tyler married Sue Montgomery Hammet (daughter of Edward and Clementina Craig Hammet, who built the first home in what is now Radford, Virginia), a native of Radford, on November 16, 1868. While living at Belle Hampton, the Tylers had eight children: Edward H., James H. Jr., Stockton H., Lucy Belle, Sue H., Henry C. ("Hal"), Eliza ("Lily") and Eleanor Howe, who died in infancy. In 1891, the family moved to "Halwick," their home in Radford.

In 1877, Tyler was elected to the state senate, serving one term and advocating retrenchment and reform. He maintained an active role in civic affairs, serving on the board of visitors and as rector of the Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College (now Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University) and on the state debt commission. During the 1880s, he mounted two unsuccessful congressional campaigns. Tyler also launched an unsuccessful bid for governor in 1889 but secured the second place on the Democratic ticket that year and served as lieutenant governor from 1890 to 1894. While serving as lieutenant governor, Tyler again ran for the governorship in 1893, losing to Charles T. O'Ferrall. In 1897, Tyler successfully campaigned for governor and served from 1898 to 1902.

Tyler's gubernatorial administration was marked by a concern with adjustment of Virginia's state debt. He was a strong supporter of bi-metallism, and was a personal friend of William Jennings Bryan. The American Historical Society's History of Virginia (1926) summarized Tyler's governorship thus:

Governor Tyler's administration was marked by the settlement of the long vexed oyster question, for it was largely through his efforts that the LeCato bill was made effective and the oyster beds of the state made to yield an income to the state instead of an annual deficit. As governor he secured the reduction of taxes and the state debt and the increase of the public school fund and the literary fund. Other measures credited to his administration are the establishment of the Farm Bureau, the reorganization of the agricultural department, a conditional pardon system and the settlement of the Virginia-Tennessee boundary question.

While serving as governor, Tyler launched an unsuccessful campaign for the U. S. Senate seat of incumbent Thomas S. Martin. His unsuccessful 1899 campaign would be Tyler's last, though he would continue to be somewhat active in state politics, playing the role of elder statesman and considering various pleas that he again seek office. During World War I, he served as food administrator for Radford and Montgomery County.

A Presbyterian, Tyler served as a ruling elder and moderator of the Synod of Virginia. He founded the Presbyterian church in East Radford, the area's first brick church. Three times he represented his church in the Presbyterian General Assembly. He also served twice as a delegate to the Pan-Presbyterian Council--once in Toronto, Canada and once in Glasgow, Scotland. He also served on the boards of trustees of the church-affiliated Hampden-Sidney College, Union Theological Seminary, and Synodical Orphans Home at Lynchburg.

James Hoge Tyler died on January 3, 1925; Sue Hammet Tyler, born July 16, 1845, died on April 24, 1927.

Eldest child of James H. and Sue Hammet Tyler, Edward Hammet ("Ned") Tyler was born on December 15, 1869. He graduated from Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College (now Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University) and served in Radford's local defense regiment, the Radford Rifles, during the late 19th century. Tyler remained a bachelor throughout his life and managed the family farm at Belle Hampton and also owned Kirkland Farm near Dublin (Pulaski County, Virginia). He died on March 22, 1939 in Radford.

James Hoge Tyler Jr. was born on December 8, 1871. He attended Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and graduated from Hampden-Sidney College, where he was a member of the Sigma Sigma chapter of Sigma Chi fraternity. He worked in the governor's office during his father's administration and later for the Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company. He married Evelyn Gray Bell (daughter of A. O. Bell) on June 23, 1908, and the couple lived in Roanoke. The Tylers had no children. Evelyn died in Wilmington (Fluvanna County), Virginia around 1924. At the time of his wife's death, Tyler was living in Radford, paralyzed by a stroke; he died in 1937.

Born on September 13, 1874, Stockton Heth Tyler was a graduate of the Washington and Lee School of Law. During the Spanish-American War, he was a major in the U. S. Army, serving as an additional paymaster. He married Nelle Louise Serpell (born June 10, 1878) on November 16, 1904; the couple had five children: Goldsborough Serpell, James Hoge III, Sue Hammet, Nell Serpell, Stockton Jr., and Gulielma Serpell. Tyler served as mayor of Norfolk, Virginia from 1924 to 1932. He died on September 5, 1943.

Lucy Belle Norwood Tyler was born March 9, 1876. She married Colonel Frank Percy McConnell (born July 1, 1870) of Talladega, Alabama on November 16, 1908. The couple, with their son, James Hoge Tyler McConnell, lived initially in Fort Smith, Arkansas, where McConnell was engaged in several business enterprises (including a Bonanza, Arkansas newspaper), before returning by 1927 to Radford. The son of Confederate Colonel William Kennedy McConnell, Frank McConnell commanded the Alabama National Guard's Third Regiment for four years. He was also an active member of Kappa Alpha fraternity, serving as general purser. Frank McConnell died on September 21, 1941; Lucy Belle McConnell on February 4, 1955.

Sue Hampton Tyler was born April 9, 1877. She married Rev. Robert Ware Jopling (1865-1944), a Presbyterian minister, on December 16, 1915. The couple had two children, Sue Tyler and James Robert (1918-1920), and they resided in Texas and South Carolina. Following her husband's death, Sue Jopling made her home in Norfolk, Virginia, where she died in 1949.

Henry Clement ("Hal") Tyler was born in Pulaski County, Virginia on December 10, 1878. He attended St. Alban's Academy in Radford and Richmond College before graduating from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1901. Admitted to the Virginia bar that same year, Tyler returned to Radford, where he established a law practice. In 1906, Tyler was appointed Radford's commonwealth attorney. He continued in that position through successive elections until 1922. In 1909, he was elected city attorney and served in that position until his death. In private practice, Tyler generally handled corporate law, including the legal affairs of the Belle Hampton Coal Company. Tyler also engaged in other businesses, being president of the Radford Hotel Corporation and the Radford Real Estate and Development Company. A Democrat, he served in the Virginia House of Delegates from 1924 to 1925 and on the Radford School Board. He was a member of the American, Virginia and several county bar associations; Phi Delta Phi; Kappa Sigma; and Radford's rotary and golf clubs. He was also a superintendent of the Old Brick Presbyterian Church in Radford and later an elder in Radford's Central Presbyterian Church. Unmarried, Tyler died in Radford on December 1, 1941.

Known to her family and friends as "Lily," Eliza Tyler was born on September 7, 1882; she married Henry Harrison Wilson (born January 15, 1882) on June 16, 1915. The couple eventually made their home in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and had three children: James Hoge Tyler, Lily Norwood and Henry Harrison, Jr. Born in Cumberland County, Virginia on January 15, 1882, Wilson graduated from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in 1906 with a BS in engineering. He served as an instructor in civil engineering at the university while earning a civil engineering degree the following year. Wilson worked on various projects before being employed from 1908 to 1911 by Winston & Company, contractors for the Ashokan dams in New York. In 1914, he became a special partner in the company's highway and railway construction and in operation of its crushed stone business. Specializing in bridge and other construction work, Wilson became managing partner in 1925 of Winston Brothers Company & H. H. Wilson. He was also president and treasurer of the Lime Bluff Company, director of All States Life Insurance and the Peoples Bank of Radford, Virginia. He was elected president of the Associated Pennsylvania Constructors in 1924 and vice-president of the Association of General Contractors of America in 1922. A member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Wilson published several articles on highway construction and edited Highway Builder. A descendant of Declaration of Independence signer Benjamin Harrison, Wilson maintained an interest in genealogy. He died in Baltimore, Maryland on May 31, 1933. Following his death, Lily Wilson returned to Virginia and by 1948 was living at the Tyler family home.

Colonel Edward Hammet was the father of Sue Hammet Tyler. Arriving in the area of what is now Radford, Virginia in the 1830s, Hammet married Clementina Craig, who had inherited the Norwood property, near (or on) what is now Radford University, from her father, James Craig. Edward and Clementina had several children, including James Preston, Isabella (married Stockton Heth), John Radford, and Susan (married James Hoge Tyler). The Hammets maintained ownership of lands in Washington and Issaquena counties, Mississippi.

William Henry Hammet / Hammett (1799-1865), brother of Edward Hammet, was born in County Cork, Ireland. He served as chaplain of the University of Virginia (1832-1834) and the Virginia House of Delegates before moving to Princeton, Mississippi. In 1837, he married the widow of Dr. James Metcalfe and became owner of the Lammermoor plantation. A Democrat, Hammet served in Congress from 1843-1845. Evidence within the collection suggests that Hammet was a physician. He died in Washington County, Mississippi and was buried on Lammermoor Plantation.

James Preston Hammet (1832-1879), son of Edward Hammet and a graduate of Virginia Military Institute (class of 1853) studied medicine at the University of Virginia and in Philadelphia. He married Katherine Markham Spiller in 1856; their daughter would marry Judge G. E. Cassel of Radford, Virginia. At the commencement of the Civil War, Hammet organized the "New River Grays," which became Company H, 24th Virginia Infantry, but resigned early in the war. By 1864, he was a Montgomery County, Virginia surgeon, serving on the county's committee of public safety.

Isabella Hammet ("Belle") Heth, daughter of Edward and Clementina Craig Hammet, was born in 1842. She married Captain Stockton Heth, who had served in the 18th Virginia Infantry. Heth, president of the Exchange Bank of Radford, also owned Whitethorne Plantation in Montgomery County, Virginia. The couple's children included Virginia C., Stockton Jr., Sally P., and Sue H. Isabella died in 1910 and is buried in Radford, Virginia.

Very little information could be found on the Sifford family, and it remains unclear why the family's papers were within those of the Tylers. The Siffords were Pulaski County farmers, so it may be assumed there was a relationship with the Hoge family. In 1818, Harman Sifford and John Hoge purchased from Cornelius Brown lands on Back and Neck creeks. George W. H. Sifford, perhaps the son of Harman Sifford, married Elizabeth Loukes on September 8, 1838, and the couple had four children: Henry, Rufus, Joseph, and Mary. During the Civil War, Sifford served in the 4th Regiment of the Virginia Reserves, probably in Company C, the Pulaski Reserves. Several other family members also seem to have served in the Confederate Army, including Henry S. and Joseph (sons of George W. H.), who both served in the 54th Virginia Infantry.


Howe, Daniel Dunbar, Listen to the mockingbird: the life and times of a pioneer Virginia family (Boyce, VA: Carr, 1961).

Tyler, James Hoge, The family of Hoge: a genealogy ([Greensboro, NC: J. J. Stone and Co.], 1927).

Scope and Content

This collection contains the papers of James Hoge Tyler, Virginia state senator (1877-1879), lieutenant governor (1890-1894), governor (1898-1902), businessman, church elder, genealogist, and resident of Radford, Virginia. The collection includes Tyler's correspondence as governor, including a set of bound letter books. Also among the political correspondence are a set of subject files, largely relating to political appointments directly under the governor's control but also touching on some of the issues with which Tyler's administration was concerned. Complementing this official correspondence is a voluminous collection of incoming political correspondence, spanning the latter 19th and early 20th centuries, much of it devoted to Tyler's 1897 and 1899 campaigns, but also including references to the political atmosphere in Virginia and the national political issues of the day.

Within Tyler's personal papers are files relating to his involvement in the Presbyterian Church, particularly his service on the boards of various church-related institutions and in various church councils, as well as his leadership in Radford's Presbyterian Church. Tyler's interest in genealogy is documented in a small set of correspondence from other researchers, together with two of his own typescript manuscripts and printed materials. Also within the personal papers is a large collection of incoming correspondence to both J. Hoge and Sue Hammet Tyler. Much of this correspondence is from members of his very large extended Hoge and Tyler families and relates to personal matters, though many of the letters also touch on political and business matters. Though housed among the personal papers, a collection of scrapbooks provides an exhaustive chronicle of Tyler's political career, largely through newspaper clippings.

Tyler's business pursuits are well documented in a collection of correspondence, ledgers, and legal papers. Among these records are those of the Belle Hampton Coal Company and the Radford Development Company, together with records of Tyler's agricultural interests. Also among the business papers are documents relating to Tyler's personal financial activities, including such routine documents as personal checks and receipts.

Of the papers of Tyler's children, perhaps the most significant are those of Stockton Heth Tyler, an army paymaster during the Spanish-American War. In addition to S. Heth Tyler's personal papers are paymaster records which he retained after the war. The papers include payroll records for a number of units and individuals.

Also among the papers of Tyler's children are those of Edward H. Tyler, a Pulaski County, Virginia farmer; Belle Tyler McConnell, whose husband, Frank, was a prominent banker and businessman of Arkansas and Virginia; and Lily Tyler Wilson, whose husband, Henry, was a civil engineer and road contractor in Pennsylvania.

The collection also includes the papers of members of the Hammet family of Mississippi and Virginia. Among these papers are a number of items relating to the affairs of Lammermoor Plantation in Mississippi, including materials concerning the ante bellum operation of the plantation, and later, accounts with the freedmen employed there. Also included among the Hammet papers are the account books of James P. Hammet, a physician of Montgomery County, Virginia.

A small collection of papers belonging to the Sifford family of Pulaski County, Virginia, are included as well and relate to the family's personal activities and business/legal interests. Included among the papers is a small notebook providing the names and birth dates of slaves on an unidentified farm.

Completing the collection is a large collection of photos, including both studio portraits and snapshots of the Tylers, extended family members and friends.


The collection is arranged in the following thirteen series:

SERIES I: POLITICAL PAPERS, 1859-1923. This series contains the political papers of J. Hoge Tyler. The materials relate to Tyler's political career, his term as Virginia governor, and state and national politics of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The series contains correspondence, speech texts, and printed materials. Obviously, Tyler's political and private life were not completely segregated, so within the political correspondence may be found many references to personal and business affairs (conversely, one may of course also find references to political affairs within Tyler's personal and business correspondence). This series is divided among the following eight subseries:

Subseries A: Executive Letter Books, 1898-1901. This subseries contains a compiled, bound set of Tyler's correspondence as governor. The correspondence does not seem to follow a strict arrangement. A set of notebooks, arranged in a rough alphabetical order, serves as an index to the letter books, with separate listings for incoming and outgoing correspondence. The numbering on the incoming letters has no relation to that on the outgoing letters. The index books are arranged alphabetically, while the letters themselves are divided between "incoming" and "outgoing," then arranged numerically. (Note: Two books were originally bound in error, creating a mixed set of incoming and outgoing letters, which have been noted in the finding aid.)

Subseries B: Subject Files, 1897-1901. Tyler's office seems to have maintained files relating to only a few issues with which he had to contend while governor. The series consists largely of files devoted to political appointments. These appointment files were not part of the original subject files but have been included here for convenience; they contain letters from applicants for appointment (or reappointment) to positions over which the governor had power of appointment, together with endorsements from interested parties. The subseries also contains files devoted to several controversies which arose during Tyler's administration and the use of the Virginia Volunteer Infantry to quell instances of civil unrest. These subject files have been assigned file titles and arranged in an artificial alphabetical order.

Subseries C: Gubernatorial Campaign Canvas, 1897. The files in this subseries consist of political correspondence from contacts in various localities, arising from Tyler's 1897 gubernatorial campaign. Correspondents discuss local political activities, contacts, strategies, and outlooks. Arranged alphabetically by locality, with cities and counties inter-filed.

Subseries D: Senatorial Campaign Canvas, 1899. Like Subseries III, this subseries contains correspondence from Tyler's local contacts throughout Virginia. The correspondence relates to Tyler's failed United States Senate campaign of 1899, with letters regarding insight into local political affairs and leaders. Arranged alphabetically by locality, with cities and counties inter-filed.

Subseries E: General political correspondence, 1870-1923. This subseries contains an extensive collection of Tyler's political correspondence. The letters originate from contacts throughout Virginia and beyond and relate to political activities and questions of the day (particularly bi-metallism in the late 19th century). The subseries also contains correspondence arising from Tyler's several political campaigns prior to 1897. (In these earlier contests, the correspondence was not sorted according to locality, but like the letters from those campaigns, these provide details on local political sentiments and leaders during the time period.) Letters relating to the 1897 and 1899 campaigns but not tied to any particular Virginia locality may also be found here, as may correspondence originating during Tyler's gubernatorial administration but not, for whatever reason, bound with the executive letter books. Apart from letters addressing the period's political questions, the letters also span the wide range of routine matters which one might expect to occupy the chief executive's time: invitations to address organizations, requests for personal favors, and pleas on behalf of prisoners. The political correspondence continues past Tyler's gubernatorial term, as he remained active in party politics and flirted with the idea of again running for office. Arranged chronologically, with copies of just a few pieces of Tyler's outgoing correspondences inter-filed with the incoming correspondence.

Subseries F: Speeches, 1877-1907. Contained in this subseries is a collection of materials relating to political speeches delivered by Tyler. The speech drafts are largely undated and fairly illegible. Drafts of other speeches by Tyler may be found in Series II, Subseries VII and in Series III, Subseries II. Arranged chronologically.

Subseries G: Printed Materials, 1874-1922. This subseries contains a number of pamphlets and speech texts relating to numerous state and political issues, particularly Virginia's state debt and the controversy over bi-metallism. Also relating to politics, particularly various political races, is a collection of newspaper clippings. The subseries also includes a few political broadsides and flyers, announcing such things as slates of political speakers. Arranged by document type.

Subseries H: General Materials, 1865-1901. Completing the series, this small subseries contains materials relating to the 1889 Virginia Democratic Convention, various voter contact lists from 1899, Tyler's notebook from that same campaign, notebooks containing the names of Virginia notaries public and commissioners of deeds, and some miscellaneous political notes made by Tyler. Arranged by document type, then chronologically.

SERIES II: PERSONAL PAPERS, 1860-1926. This series contains the personal papers of Governor J. Hoge Tyler and his wife, Susan Hammet Tyler. The series includes correspondence, speech texts, printed materials, and scrapbooks relating to Tyler's life and interests. The series is divided among the following subseries:

Subseries A: Presbyterian Church, 1866-1925. This subseries contains materials relating to Tyler's involvement in the Presbyterian Church, both locally and nationally, through his service as a church elder and his position on the boards of the Union Theological Seminary and the Synodical Orphans Home in Lynchburg, Virginia. Correspondence within the subseries relates to these activities and to Tyler's involvement with other church-related educational institutions within Virginia, the temperance movement, and participation in various church councils. The subseries also includes drafts of various church-related addresses made by Tyler, as well as printed material and ephemera. Also included are two unidentified church record books, probably from Radford Presbyterian Church. Arranged by document type.

Subseries B: Genealogy, 1876-1948. The materials in this subseries relate to J. Hoge Tyler's interest in his family's history, including the Hoge, Tyler and other extended family lines. The subseries includes letters from other genealogists, as well as two genealogy manuscripts by Tyler and a collection of family history-related newspaper clippings and notes. Arranged by document type, then chronologically.

Subseries C: General Correspondence, 1860-1924. This subseries contains the uncategorized personal correspondence of J. Hoge Tyler. The correspondence relates to many of Tyler's wide-ranging interests, so many of the letters contain references to politics and business activities. Included among the correspondence are requests for Tyler to use his influence on behalf of relatives and acquaintances, as well letters relating to his involvement with the Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College. A large percentage of the letters here are from members of Tyler's large extended family. (Invitations received by the Tylers may be found in Subseries VII, and letters received from his children may be found in the various series devoted to each offspring.) The subseries contains a relatively small number of drafts of Tyler's outgoing correspondence, arranged chronologically. Incoming correspondence has been arranged alphabetically by surname.

Subseries D: Sue Hammet Tyler Papers, 1865-1927. This subseries contains the correspondence of Sue Hammet Tyler, wife of J. Hoge Tyler. The correspondence is overwhelmingly personal in nature, though some of the letters touch upon Governor Tyler's political and business interests. Included here are letters written by Mrs. Tyler to her husband, children and others. Among the incoming letters are letters from extended family members, including the Heths, Prestons, Capertons and others. Also included among the incoming correspondence are the many letters of condolence she received upon the governor's death. (For a set of farm operation reports made to Mrs. Tyler, see Series III, Subseries II.)

Subseries E: Scrapbooks, 1871-1925. The first two scrapbooks in this series, devoted entirely to newspaper clippings and covering the years 1871-1900, are invaluable in tracking Tyler's political career, containing as they do articles, editorials, letters to the editor, texts from speeches, and articles about his activities, campaigns and gubernatorial administration. The third scrapbook (1901-1919) details the latter part of Tyler's term as governor, while the remainder is devoted to his later political activities and to personal activities and interests. A fourth scrapbook features newspaper articles and tributes following Tyler's death (pasted in a ledger containing minutes (1896-1898) of the finance committee of an unidentified organization (possibly the Radford Trust Company)). The subseries also contains a number of loose items which were removed from scrapbooks 1-3. The four scrapbooks are arranged chronologically, with the loose materials completing the subseries.

Subseries F: Printed Materials, 1887-1929. The printed materials included in this subseries relate to a wide range of Tyler's personal interests. Included are texts of speeches by others; several pamphlets regarding European railways; a booklet from the 1900 reunion of the Army of the Potomac; an 1888 promotional publication for Radford, Virginia; an 1899 issue of The Goodson Gazette (published by the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind); and a copy of the Radford newspaper detailing Tyler's death. The subseries also contains a collection of newspaper clippings which include poetry, obituaries and articles of general interest.

Subseries G: General materials, 1868-1926. Contained within this subseries are other personal papers of the Tylers that did not belong in other subseries. Included here is a file of third-party correspondence belonging to individuals not represented elsewhere in the collection, including letters written by James Hoge, R. S. Hoge, Laura Fitzhugh Preston, Eliza Hoge Tyler, Henry Tyler and others. Also included here are the many invitations and calling cards received by the Tyler family. Tyler's service as food administrator for the Federal Food Administration in Radford and Montgomery County during World War I is represented in a collection of FDA forms and publications. Also included here are drafts of talks delivered by Tyler on a variety of subjects to various schools and organizations. A collection of miscellaneous materials completes the subseries and includes death notices, notes, Tyler's American Red Cross state board certificates, poetry, advertising matter, a broadside announcing the sale of Plumer Memorial Female College, and other ephemera.

SERIES III: BUSINESS AND PERSONAL FINANCIAL PAPERS, 1862-1923. Contained in this series are papers relating to the various business interests and personal financial records of J. Hoge Tyler. The series contains such materials as correspondence, ledgers, receipts, personal checks and other legal and financial documents and is divided among the following subseries:

Subseries A: Business Concerns, 1882-1922. This subseries contains papers originating from the many business ventures in which Tyler engaged but is devoted largely to his Belle Hampton Coal Company and the Radford Development Company. Also of particular interest are a set of ledgers from a store Tyler operated at Belle Hampton. The subseries is arranged alphabetically by name of company, then by document type, then chronologically. (Tyler also recorded business transactions in ledgers that had once belonged to members of the Hammet family. These ledgers may be found in Series XI, Subseries I and III.)

Subseries B: Agriculture, 1874-1914. This subseries is devoted to Tyler's short-horn cattle business and other agricultural pursuits. It includes correspondence, cattle pedigrees and registrations. It also includes drafts of speeches delivered before agricultural organizations, business records from his farm, printed materials relating to agriculture and farming implements, and a few miscellaneous documents. (Papers relating to the 1902 Southwest Virginia Livestock Fair, with which Tyler was involved, may be found in Series IX.) Arranged by document type, then chronologically.

Subseries C: General Business and Personal Financial Papers, 1862-1923. Within this subseries is correspondence relating to other business activities of J. Hoge Tyler. The correspondence relates to financial transactions, property sales and rentals, the Hammet estate, bank accounts, business proposals (including a proposed railway from Charleston, South Carolina to Radford), letters of introduction, and others arising from Tyler's myriad business interests. The correspondence also includes letters regarding Tyler's household financial matters, including a number of letters regarding renovations to Halwick, the family home. Also relating to routine financial affairs of the household are receipts, account statements, personal checks, and a ledger. Arranged by document type, then chronologically.

SERIES IV: EDWARD H. TYLER PAPERS, 1877-1935. The papers of Edward H. Tyler, eldest child of James Hoge and Sue Hammet Tyler, graduate of Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College, and prominent Pulaski County, Virginia farmer, are contained in this series. The papers includes a number of personal letters, some written to family members during Tyler's time in school. Tyler's business interests are detailed in a farm ledger (which also contains the minutes (1892 to 1894) of the Radford Rifles, a local guard company to which several of the Tylers belonged), an accounts ledger and miscellaneous financial papers, including personal checks, and receipts. Arranged by document type, then chronologically.

SERIES V: JAMES HOGE TYLER JR. FAMILY PAPERS, 1884-1926. This series contains the papers of James Hoge Tyler Jr. and his wife Evelyn. The papers consist largely of letters written by the couple to other members within the Tyler family and relate largely to family and personal matters. Also included is a bank book and two issues of the Sigma Chi Quarterly, a publication of the fraternity to which Tyler, a student of Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and of Hampden-Sidney College, belonged. Arranged by document type, then chronologically.

SERIES VI: STOCKTON HETH TYLER FAMILY PAPERS, 1885-1941. This series contains the personal and military papers of Stockton Heth Tyler, son of J. Hoge and Sue Hammet Tyler, an army paymaster during the Spanish-American War, and mayor of Richmond. The papers include correspondence and forms and are divided between two series:

Subseries A: Personal Papers, 1885-1941. Among the personal papers of Stockton Heth Tyler in this subseries is a collection of his correspondence, largely consisting of letters written to other members of the Tyler family. The subseries also contains letters written by his wife and children to their Tyler relatives. Arranged by correspondent, then chronologically.

Subseries B: Spanish-American War Records, 1898-1899. This subseries contains military records retained by Major Stockton Heth Tyler while serving as an additional paymaster in the U. S. Army during the Spanish-American War. The subseries contains various forms relating to pay for individual officers and enlisted personnel in more than 30 different units and includes reimbursement vouchers, pay vouchers, discharge statements, and company payrolls. Also included are records of other paymaster transactions, official correspondence, and a collection of orders from the adjutant general's office. The subseries is arranged by document type, with documents relating to specific individuals or units being arranged alphabetically, while other documents are arranged chronologically.

SERIES VII: BELLE TYLER MCCONNELL FAMILY PAPERS, 1889-1954. The papers of Belle Tyler McConnell (daughter of J. Hoge and Sue Hammet Tyler) and her husband, banker and businessman Frank P. McConnell, comprise the contents of this series. The series includes Belle Tyler's outgoing correspondence, mostly to her parents, as well as incoming correspondence from various friends and relatives. The correspondence of Frank McConnell relates not only to family matters but to his many business and banking ventures in Bonanza, Arkansas; Richmond; and Radford, Virginia. Also included here are personal financial and legal records, as well as materials relating to Kappa Alpha fraternity (of which Frank McConnell was an officer), and invitations to various events. Also found here is a collection of printed material, relating largely to business and banking, fraternal organizations and transportation lines; advertising matter; and newspaper clippings. A small collection of miscellanea completes the series. Arranged by document type, then chronologically.

SERIES VIII: SUE HAMPTON TYLER JOPLING FAMILY PAPERS, 1896-1940. This series contains correspondence of Sue Hampton Tyler (daughter of J. Hoge and Sue Hammet Tyler) and her husband, Robert W. Jopling, a Presbyterian minister in Austin, Texas and Lancaster, South Carolina. The correspondence relates largely to personal matters and consists mostly of letters from the couple to members of the Tyler family. A folder of miscellaneous materials includes a couple of short letters written by the couple's daughter, Sue Tyler Jopling, during her childhood.

SERIES IX: HAL C. TYLER PAPERS, 1886-1940. The papers of Henry C. ("Hal") Tyler (son of J. Hoge and Sue Hammet Tyler), a Radford, Virginia attorney, are contained in this series. Tyler's papers include his correspondence, devoted to both business/legal and personal matters. Separate from this correspondence are two files devoted to the 1902 Southwest Virginia Livestock Fair in Radford, of which Tyler served as secretary. The collection also includes financial and legal papers and a small assortment of miscellanea, including invitations and dance cards for dances held at Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Arranged by document type, then chronologically.

SERIES X: LILY TYLER WILSON FAMILY PAPERS, 1889-1956. This series contains the papers of Lily Tyler Wilson (daughter of J. Hoge and Sue Hammet Tyler), her husband, Henry H. Wilson, graduate of Virginia Agricultural and Mechanical College and civil engineer, and the couple's children. The series contains correspondence, scrapbooks, memorabilia, and printed materials and is divided among the following subseries:

Subseries A: Henry H. and Lily Tyler Wilson Papers, 1889-1954. This subseries includes Lily Tyler Wilson's personal correspondence, largely consisting of letters to other members of the Tyler family. Also among her personal papers are a 1909 diary and a typescript compilation of her poetry. Lily Wilson's interest in the theatre is documented in a scrapbook devoted to the stage stars and productions she had seen, while a second chronicles other general interests. The subseries includes a large number of dance cards, many from events held at Virginia Polytechnic Institute in the early 1900s. Also included here are a file of papers (correspondence and published writings) of Henry H. Wilson, as well as materials relating to Wilson's interest in genealogy and printed materials relating to civil engineering and road construction. Within the subseries may also be found a small set of the couple's legal papers; additional printed materials consisting of religious tracts and newspaper clippings of personal interest; and a folder of miscellaneous materials. Arranged by document type, then chronologically.

Subseries B: James Hoge Tyler Wilson Papers, 1918-1950. Comprising this subseries is a small collection of the papers of James Hoge Tyler Wilson (1916-1994), son of Henry H. and Lily Tyler Wilson, graduate of the University of Virginia, World War II Army Air Services pilot, Virginia Tech instructor, and attorney. The subseries consists of two folders of miscellanea, including a devotional book for military personnel and a small selection of correspondence.

Subseries C: Lily Norwood Wilson Papers, 1924-1956. This subseries contains the papers of Lily Norwood Tyler, daughter of Henry H. and Lily Tyler Wilson. Included among the papers is a collection of personal correspondence, as well as a baby book and memorabilia from Wilson's school years (at the Seiler School (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania); St. Catherine's School (Richmond, Virginia); and Episcopal High School (Alexandria, Virginia)) and a 1930s European tour. The subseries also contains event invitations and programs, together with papers relating to the British War Relief Society and Wilson's service as secretary of the Radford, Virginia chapter during the 1930s and 1940s. Also included is a folder of miscellaneous materials containing notes, reports, printed materials and ephemera.

SERIES XI: HAMMET FAMILY PAPERS, 1832-1913. This series contains the papers of the Hammet family of Mississippi and Radford, Virginia, the paternal family of Sue Hammet Tyler. It contains papers and ledgers relating to the management of of a Mississippi plantation and the account books of a 19th century physician. The series includes correspondence, ledgers, financial papers and other materials and is divided among the following subseries:

Subseries A: William Henry Hammet Papers, 1832-1878. Contained within this small subseries are papers of W. H. Hammet, a Washington County, Mississippi plantation owner and congressman. The subseries includes personal and business correspondence, as well as other business papers, including an account book and account statements, estate documents, and lists of slaves on an unidentified plantation. In addition to the papers is a physician's account book, containing entries from Vicksburg and Lammermoor, Mississippi and dating from 1836 to 1851. (The ledger also contains day book account entries of J. Hoge Tyler from 1881 to 1885). Arranged by document type, then chronologically.

Subseries B: Edward Hammet Papers, 1832-1892. This subseries contains the papers of Col. Edward Hammet, a prominent landowner of Radford, Virginia, and heir of William H. Hammet's plantation, Lammermoor, in Mississippi. The series contains papers relating to financial affairs of Lammermoor as well as personal and business correspondence together with legal and financial documents (some of which relate to the lands of John Heavin (Haven) on Plum Creek in Montgomery County, Virginia). Also found here are documents retained by J. Hoge Tyler, acting as executor of Hammet's will. Arranged by subject matter, then chronologically.

Subseries C: James Preston Hammet Papers, 1856-1879. Within this series may be found the papers of James Preston Hammet (son of Edward and Clementina Craig Hammet), Montgomery County, Virginia physician and heir of William H. Hammet's plantation, Lammermoor, in Mississippi. The papers include correspondence relating to personal matters, medical patients, Lammermoor Plantation, and other financial and legal matters. The subseries also includes two pocket diaries containing miscellaneous notes, some seemingly related to the management of Lammermoor Plantation. A separate ledger contains additional records of Lammermoor and appears to document the daily work of the plantation's slaves and freedmen (much of the information in the ledger has been obscured by newspaper clippings relating to Virginia politics later pasted into the book, probably by J. Hoge Tyler). Other papers within the subseries detail the plantation's accounts, including those with freedmen. The subseries also includes papers relating Hammet's other business, legal and personal financial matters. Hammet's medical practice is detailed in two ledgers and a folder of papers containing account and patient records (including calls on freedmen patients). Arranged by document type, then chronologically.

Subseries D: Isabella Hammet Heth Family Papers, 1861-1913. This subseries contains the letters of Isabella Hammet ("Belle") Heth (daughter of Edward and Clementina Craig Hammet) and her husband, Major Stockton Heth. The subseries includes both incoming and outgoing correspondence of both Heths. Divided by correspondent, then arranged chronologically.

SERIES XII: SIFFORD FAMILY PAPERS, 1805-1886. This series contains the papers of the Sifford family of Pulaski County, Virginia. The series includes the personal papers of George Sifford, including correspondence (much of it consisting of personal letters from his brother, Henry Sifford, in Lake City, Iowa) and financial papers. The papers of Samuel Sifford, also in this series, consist largely of financial documents. A folder of miscellaneous papers relates to other members of the Sifford family and also includes a small notebook titled "The Ages of the Black Children," which appears to provide names and dates of birth for slaves on an unidentified farm. Arranged by document type, then chronologically.

SERIES XIII: PHOTOGRAPHS, 1890-1939. This series contains photos belonging to the extended family of James Hoge Tyler. It includes both studio portraits and snapshots of Tyler family, friends and scenery, with more than half of the images remaining unidentified. The first part of the series is arranged by family member, generally following the same sequence as Series I-X. The remainder of the series is arranged by photo type within the following categories: studio portraits; snapshots; buildings; miscellaneous scenery; and animals. Within each category, identified photos precede those which are unidentified.

Related Material

Materials relating to the Hammet family may be found in the Hammet-Talbot-Goodell Familes Papers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Separated Material

The following items were transferred to the Rare Book Collection:

Clark, Champ, The Philippine problem (Washington, D.C.: [Government Printing Office], 1900).
Goodwin, W. P., Experience of an old soldier in the Army of Northern Virginia, 1862 to 1865 (Bowling Green, VA: Echo Printing, 1907).
Gray, Horace, An Address on the life character and influence of Chief Justice Marshall (Washington, D.C.: Pearson Printing Office, 1901).
Haggard, H. Rider, King Solomon's mines (New York: F. M. Lupton, [19--?]).
Jamestown Official Photograph Corporation, The Jamestown Exposition illustrated (New York: Press of I. H. Blanchard Co., 1907).
John Warwick Daniel, late a senator from Virginia : memorial addresses delivered in the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States (Washington : U.S. G.P.O., 1911).
Johnston, Mattie Reed, Six prayers; or, the soul's reflector (Richmond, VA: Whittet & Shepperson, 1899).
Mann, William Hodges, Proclamation by the Governor of Virginia, 1910.
McBride, J. F., The Higher officials of the United States and buildings where all laws are made (Chicago: J. F. McBride & Co., 1894).
Memorial addresses on the life and character of William H. F. Lee (a representative from Virginia) delivered in the House of Representatives and in the Senate ... (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1892).
Military show: program and guide to exhibits ([Fort Snelling, MN: Fort Snelling, 1928]).
Official Army Register for 1899 (Washington: Adjutant General's Office, 1899).
People and Politics ([Roanoke, VA: Stone Printing and Manufacturing, 19--?]).
Settlement of the debt of the state of Virginia : under the bondholders' agreement of May 12, 1890 ... ([New York : Bondholders' Committee, 1892]).
Smith, Orlando, The Agreement between science and religion (New York: C. P. Farrell, [c1906]).
Society of the Army of the Potomac, Proceedings of the thirty-first annual reunion, held at Fredericksburg, May 25th & 26th, 1900 (New York: McGowan & Slipper, 1900).
Southworth, Emma D. E. N. Sybil Brotherton (New York: F. M. Lupton, [19--?]).
Thomas Staples Martin (late a senator from Virginia): memorial addresses delivered in the Senate and the House of Representatives of the United States... (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1922).
Tyler, James Hoge, The Family of Hoge : a genealogy ([Greensboro, NC]: James Fulton Hoge, 1927).
Virginia: its agricultural and industrial resources ([Richmond: Virginia Dept. of Agriculture and Immigration, 1914]).
Young, Isabel N., The Hawaiian Islands; and, the story of pineapple (New York : Home Economics Dept., American Can Co., [1935]).

The following items were transferred to the Newspapers Collection:

The Alexandria Times (Alexandria, Virginia), May 29, 1897.
Midland Virginian (Palmyra, Virginia), April 7, 1898.

The following item was transferred to the Historical Maps Collection:

A Historical map of Virginia (Richmond, VA: GHQ Committee, Kappa Alpha Order, 1925).

An oil painting of J. Hoge Tyler and his daughter Lily (Eliza Tyler Wilson) is part of this collection. See Art-359. Due to its size, it is housed separately in the art collection.

Contents List

  • Subseries A: Executive Letter Books 1898-1901
    • Index to executive correspondence 1898-1901
      • Box-folder 1-1-9
    • Incoming correspondence 1898-1901
      • Box-folder 1-10
        nos. 1-400
      • Box-folder 2-1-2
        nos. 401-1200
      • Box-folder 3-1-2
        nos. 1201-1999
      • Box-folder 4-1-2
        nos. 2000-2800
      • Box-folder 5-1-2
        nos. 2801-3600
      • Box-folder 6-1-2
        nos. 3601-4400
      • Box-folder 7-1-2
        nos. 4401-5200
      • Box-folder 8-1-2
        nos. 5201-6000
      • Box-folder 9-1-2
        nos. 6001-6800
      • Box-folder 10-1-2
        nos. 6801-7600
      • Box-folder 11-1-2
        nos. 7601-8400
      • Box-folder 12-1-2
        nos. 8401-9200
    • Incoming / outgoing correspondence 1898-1901
      • Box-folder 13-1
        nos. 9201-9600 (9201-9216 incoming; 9217-9600 outgoing)
      • Box-folder 13-2
        nos. 9601-10220 (9601-9725 outgoing; 9726-10220 incoming)
    • Outgoing correspondence 1898-1901
      • Box-folder 14-1-3
        nos. 1-1200
      • Box-folder 15-1-3
        nos. 1201-2321
      • Box-folder 16-1-3
        nos. 2322-4099
      • Box-folder 17-1-3
        nos. 5000-14099
      • Box-folder 18-1
        nos. 15000-18040
  • Subseries B: Subject Files 1897-1901
    • Appointments
      • Box-folder 18-2
        College of William and Mary 1897-1898
      • Box-folder 18-3
        Flour inspector (Alexandria) 1898
      • Box-folder 18-4
        Governor's staff (correspondents A-F) 1897
      • Box-folder 18-5
        Governor's staff (correspondents G-M) 1897
      • Box-folder 18-6
        Governor's staff (correspondents N-R) 1897
      • Box-folder 18-7
        Governor's staff (correspondents S-Z) 1897
      • Box-folder 18-8
        Judge, Elizabeth City and Warwick counties 1901
      • Box-folder 18-9-11
        Judge, Fluvanna County 1897-1898, n.d.
      • Box-folder 18-12
        Judge, Henry County 1900
      • Box-folder 19-1-8
        Judge, 3rd Judicial Circuit 1898
      • Box-folder 19-9
        Judge, 13th Judicial Circuit 1898
      • Box-folder 19-10-11
        Judge, 17th Judicial Circuit Aug-Sep 1899, n.d.
      • Box-folder 19-12
        Labor commissioner (James B. Doherty) 1899
      • Box-folder 19-13
        Labor commissioner (W. L. Eckles) 1899
      • Box-folder 19-14
        Labor commissioner (George O. Green) 1899
      • Box-folder 19-15
        Labor commissioner (Leonard Knapp) 1899
      • Box-folder 19-16
        Labor commissioner (William H. Mullen) 1899
      • Box-folder 19-17
        Labor commissioner (Robert R. Nuckols) 1898
      • Box-folder 19-18
        Labor commissioner (other applicants) 1899
      • Box-folder 20-1-4
        Quarantine officer (Newport News) 1898-1899
      • Box-folder 20-5-12
        Quarantine officer (Norfolk) 1897-1900, n.d.
      • Box-folder 20-13-17
        School superintendents (localities A-C) 1899-1901
      • Box-folder 21-1-14
        School superintendents (localities D-Z) 1899-1901
      • Box-folder 21-15
        State hospital board (Central) 1897-1899
      • Box-folder 21-16
        State hospital board (Eastern) 1897-1901
      • Box-folder 22-1-5
        State hospital board (Southwestern) 1897-1899
      • Box-folder 22-6
        State hospital board (Western) 1897-1901
      • Box-folder 22-7
        State penitentiary board 1897-1898
      • Box-folder 22-8-9
        State penitentiary physician 1897-1900
      • Box-folder 22-10
        State penitentiary staff 1897-1899
      • Box-folder 22-11
        University of Virginia board of visitors 1897-1901
      • Box-folder 22-12
        Virginia Military Institute board of visitors 1897-1900
      • Box-folder 22-13
        Virginia Polytechnic Institute board of visitors 1897-1900
      • Box-folder 22-14
        Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind 1898-1899
      • Box-folder 22-15-18
        Virginia Supreme Court Aug-Dec 1900
      • Box-folder 23-1-4
        Virginia Volunteer Infantry Aug-Dec 1898, n.d.
      • Box-folder 23-5-6
        Miscellaneous and unspecified positions 1897-1901, n.d.
    • Congratulatory letters
      • Box-folder 23-7
        Correspondents A-C
      • Box-folder 23-8
        Correspondents D-K
      • Box-folder 23-9
        Correspondents L-N
      • Box-folder 23-10
        Correspondents O-R
      • Box-folder 23-11
        Correspondents S-Z
    • Box-folder 23-12-18
      Contingency fund 1898-1901, n.d.
    • Box-folder 24-1
      Debt settlement 1890, n.d.
    • Box-folder 24-2
      Oyster beds 1900-1901
    • Box-folder 24-3-4
      Rosslyn, Virginia charter 1896-1898, n.d.
    • Box-folder 24-5
      Schoolbook controversy 1898, n.d.
    • Box-folder 24-6
      Staples, Martin extradition 1900-1901
    • Box-folder 24-7
      State hospitals 1898-1901, n.d.
    • Box-folder 24-8
      State penitentiary 1898
    • Box-folder 24-9
      Virginia Military Institute 1899-1901
    • Box-folder 24-10
      Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind 1899
    • Box-folder 24-11
      Virginia-Tennessee border controversy 1899
    • Box-folder 24-12-17
      Virginia Volunteer Infantry 1898-1901, n.d.
  • Subseries C: Gubernatorial Campaign Canvass 1897
    • Box-folder 24-18
      Accomack County
    • Box-folder 24-19
      Albemarle County
      [2 folders]
    • Box-folder 25-1
      Alexandria County
    • Box-folder 25-2
      Alleghany and Amelia counties
    • Box-folder 25-3
      Amherst and Appomattox counties
    • Box-folder 25-4
      Augusta County
    • Box-folder 25-5
      Bath, Bedford and Bland counties
    • Box-folder 25-6
      Botetourt County
    • Box-folder 25-7
      Brunswick County
    • Box-folder 25-8
      Buchanan and Buckingham counties
    • Box-folder 25-9
      Campbell County
      [2 folders]
    • Box-folder 25-10
      Caroline, Carroll and Charles City counties
    • Box-folder 25-11
      Charlotte County
    • Box-folder 25-12
      Chesterfield and Clarke counties
    • Box-folder 23-13
      Craig, Culpeper and Cumberland counties
    • Box-folder 25-14
      Dickenson County
    • Box-folder 25-15
      Dinwiddie County
    • Box-folder 26-1
      Elizabeth City and Essex counties
    • Box-folder 26-2
      Fairfax and Fauquier counties
    • Box-folder 26-3
      Floyd, Fluvanna and Franklin counties
    • Box-folder 26-4
      Frederick County
    • Box-folder 26-5
      Giles, Gloucester and Goochland counties
    • Box-folder 26-6
      Grayson and Greene counties
    • Box-folder 26-7
      Greensville County
    • Box-folder 26-8
      Halifax and Hanover counties
    • Box-folder 26-9
      Henrico County
    • Box-folder 26-10
      Henry and Highland counties
    • Box-folder 26-11
      Isle of Wight, James City, King and Queen, King George and King William counties
    • Box-folder 26-12
      Lancaster and Loudoun counties
    • Box-folder 26-13
      Louisa and Lunenburg counties
    • Box-folder 26-14
      Madison and Mathews counties
    • Box-folder 26-15
      Mecklenburg, Middlesex and Montgomery counties
    • Box-folder 27-1
      Nansemond, Nelson and New Kent counties
    • Box-folder 27-2
      Newport News
    • Box-folder 27-3
      Norfolk County
      [2 folders]
    • Box-folder 27-4
      Northampton, Northumberland and Nottaway counties
    • Box-folder 27-5
      Orange County
    • Box-folder 27-6
      Page and Patrick counties
    • Box-folder 27-7
      Pittsylvania County
      [2 folders]
    • Box-folder 27-8
      Powhatan, Prince Edward and Prince George counties
    • Box-folder 27-9
      Prince William, Princess Anne and Pulaski counties
    • Box-folder 27-10
      Rappahannock County
    • Box-folder 27-11
      [see also Box 28, Folder 1]
    • Box-folder 28-1
      [see also Box 27, Folder 11]
    • Box-folder 28-2
      Richmond County
    • Box-folder 28-3
      Roanoke County
    • Box-folder 28-4
      Rockbridge County
    • Box-folder 28-5
      Rockingham and Russell counties
    • Box-folder 28-6
      Scott and Shenandoah counties
    • Box-folder 28-7
      Smyth and Southampton counties
    • Box-folder 28-8
      Spotsylvania and Stafford counties
    • Box-folder 28-9
      Surry and Sussex counties
    • Box-folder 28-10
      Tazewell County
    • Box-folder 28-11
      Warren and Warwick counties
    • Box-folder 28-12
      Washington and Westmoreland counties
    • Box-folder 28-13
      Wise and Wythe counties
    • Box-folder 28-14
      York County
  • Subseries D: Senatorial Campaign Canvass 1899
    • Box-folder 28-15
      Accomack and Albemarle counties
    • Box-folder 29-1
      Alexandria, Alleghany, Amelia, Amherst, Appomattox and Augusta counties
    • Box-folder 29-2
      Bath, Bedford and Bland counties
    • Box-folder 29-3
      Botetourt, Brunswick, Buchanan and Buckingham counties
    • Box-folder 29-4
      Campbell, Caroline and Carroll counties
    • Box-folder 29-5
      Charlotte, Chesterfield and Clarke counties
    • Box-folder 29-6
      Craig, Culpeper and Cumberland counties
    • Box-folder 29-7
      Dickenson, Dinwiddie, Elizabeth City and Essex counties
    • Box-folder 29-8
      Fairfax, Fauquier, Floyd, Fluvanna and Frederick counties
    • Box-folder 29-9
      Giles, Gloucester, Goochland, Grayson, Greene and Greensville counties
    • Box-folder 29-10
      Halifax County
    • Box-folder 29-11
      Hanover, Henry and Highland counties
    • Box-folder 29-12
      Isle of Wight, King George and King William counties
    • Box-folder 29-13
      Lancaster, Lee, Loudoun, Louisa and Lunenburg counties
    • Box-folder 29-14
      Madison, Mathews and Mecklenburg counties
    • Box-folder 29-15
      Middlesex and Montgomery counties
    • Box-folder 29-16
      Nelson and New Kent counties
    • Box-folder 29-17
    • Box-folder 29-18
      Northampton, Northumberland and Nottaway counties
    • Box-folder 29-19
      Orange County
    • Box-folder 29-20
      Patrick County
    • Box-folder 30-1
      Pittsylvania County
    • Box-folder 30-2
      Powhatan, Prince Edward, Prince George, Prince William, Princess Anne and Pulaski counties
    • Box-folder 30-3
      Rappahannock County
    • Box-folder 30-4
    • Box-folder 30-5
      Richmond County
    • Box-folder 30-6
      Roanoke County
    • Box-folder 30-7
      Rockbridge, Rockingham and Russell counties
    • Box-folder 30-8
      Scott and Shenandoah counties
    • Box-folder 30-9
      Smyth, Southampton and Spotsylvania counties
    • Box-folder 30-10
      Stafford, Surry and Sussex counties
    • Box-folder 30-11
      Tazewell County
    • Box-folder 30-12
      Warren and Warwick counties
    • Box-folder 30-13
      Washington County
    • Box-folder 30-14
      Westmoreland, Wise and Wythe counties
  • Subseries E: General Political Correspondence 1870-1923
    • Box-folder 30-15-18
    • Box-folder 31-1-15
      1889-Sep 1892
    • Box-folder 32-1-15
      Oct 1892-Jun 10 1893
    • Box-folder 33-1-14
      Jun 11 1893-Aug 5 1893
    • Box-folder 34-1-16
      Aug 6 1893-Dec 1899
    • Box-folder 35-1-18
    • Box-folder 36-1-11
      1913-1923, n.d.
  • Subseries F: Speeches 1877-1907
    • Box-folder 36-12
      Speech drafts and background materials 1877-1907
    • Box-folder 36-13
      Speech drafts and background materials n.d.
      [3 folders; see also Box 37, Folder 1]
    • Box-folder 37-1
      Speech drafts and background materials n.d.
      [2 folders; see also Box 36, Folder 13]
  • Subseries G: Printed Materials 1874-1922
    • Box-folder 37-2
      • "Address of the State Conservative Committee to the people of Virginia" 1876
      • "Annual message of the governor of the state of New York" [1875]
      • Annual report of the treasurer of Virginia for the fiscal year 1891
    • Box-folder 37-3
      • Bailey, J. E., "Payment of government bonds: speech... in the Senate of the United States" 1878
      • "The Barbour Thompson letters raise a moral issue" 1911
      • "Before the Virginia State Board of Education: in the matter of the selection of text books for use in the public free schools of Virginia, and the award of contracts to publishers for furnishing the same for the four years..." 1898
      • "A Bill to empower and instruct the Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners to sell the state's interest in the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad..." [1900?]
      • "A Bill to incorporate the Richmond and Washington Air Line Railway Company" [1900?]
    • Box-folder 37-4
      • Clapp, J. W., "Speech... in reference to questions pending before the Senate" [1879]
      • "Communication from the governor in relation to assessment of railroads..." [1900]
      • "Communication from the governor of Virginia transmitting list of pardons, commutations, etc., and reasons therefor" [1901]
      • "Communication from the second auditor in response to a resloution of the House of Delegates asking for information in regard to the effect of the Wickham Amendment..." [1890]
      • "Constitution: qualification of voters" n.d.
      • "Darst, E. L. "Facts about the bond issue" [1922]
      • Dawes, H. L., "Republican testimony as to the extravagance of public expenditures: speech... delivered in the House of Representatives" [1879]
    • Box-folder 37-5
      • "Hand book for Hon. William A. James and Carter Glass, addressed to the Democratic voters in the primary... [1911]
        [2 copies]
      • Hill, John F., "Inaugural address of John F. Hill to the legislature of the state of Maine..." 1901
      • Hooker, Chas. E., "Political condition of the South: speech... in reply to Hon. G. F. Hoar of Massachusetts, delivered in the United States House of Representatives..." [1876]
      • House, John F., "North and South: the past belongs to history--the future, to us and our children: speech in the United States House of Representatives" 1876
      • Hunton, Eppa and J. Proctor Knott, "Speeches... in reply to the personal explanation of James G. Blaine, delivered in the United States House of Representatives..." [1876]
    • Box-folder 37-6
      • "Inauguration of the Jackson statue" [1875]
      • "Is Virginia bankrupt?" [1875?]
      • Johnston, John W., "Coinage of silver dollars: speech... in the Senate of the United States..." 1878
      • Keezel, Geo. B., "How Virginia made and is paying her state debt [1921?]
      • Kemper, James L., "Inaugural address of James L. Kemper, governor of Virginia, to the General Assembly" 1874
      • Lamar, L. Q. C., "Payment of government bonds: speech... in the Senate of the United States..." 1878
      • "List of judges, treasurers, sheriffs and other officers in the state of Virginia 1891
    • Box-folder 37-7
      • Manual of members, officers, and standing committees and rules of the Senate of Virginia; also the constitution of Virginia, &, & 1887
      • McDonald, Joseph E., "Hamburgh riots: speech... in the senate of the United States..." 1876
      • McKinney, P. W., "Republican campaign document: speech of Hon. P. W. McKinney, Democratic nominee for governor, delivered at Charlottesville..." [1889]
      • "A Message from the governor of the commonwealth, inclosing a communication from Mr. John Lubbock, chairman of the Council and Committee of Foreign Bondholders in London" [1889]
      • Morgan, John T., "Radical political morality: tissue ballots in Virginia; the Bourbon Democracy: speech... in the United States Senate..." [1881]
      • Morgan, John T., "Remarks on Negro suffrage, submitted to the members of the Constitutional Convention of Alabama" 1901
      • Morrison, William R., "A Moderate, simple tariff for revenue only: speech... in the House of Representatives..." 1876
    • Box-folder 37-8
      • Owen, Albert Kimsey, The Problems of the hour1897
      • "The People against the bosses: Swanson's confession raises a moral issue" [1911]
      • Pridemore, Auburn L., "Army reorganization--correction of abuses: speech... in the House of Representatives..." 1878
      • Pridemore, Auburn L., "Agriculture, its condition, wrongs, and remedies: speech... in the House of Representatives..." 1879
    • Box-folder 37-9
      • Randall, Samuel J., "The Results of a Democratic House of Representatives, in behalf of retrenchment and reform: speech... in the House of Representatives..." 1876
      • "Reform and better times: facts for independent voters" [1876]
      • "Reform, for president, Samuel J. Tilden; for vice-president, Thomas A. Hendricks: what Tilden has done in breaking rings" [1876]
      • "Reform: Governor Tilden's letter of acceptance" [1876]
      • "Report of the Joint Committee on Revision of the Criminal Laws" [1878]
      • Report of the second auditor on the condition of the public debt of Virginia and of the literary fund, also the report of the commissioners of the sinking fund... 1889
      • Report of the second auditor on the condition of the public debt of Virginia and of the literary fund, also the report of the commissioners of the sinking fund... 1891
      • "The Resignation of William Jennings Bryan as secretary of state..." [1915?]
      • Ruffin, Frank G., "An Examination of Judge Robert W. Hughes decision in the case of John P. Faure vs. the sinking fund of Virginia" 1884
    • Box-folder 37-10
      [see also Oversize Materials]
      • Saulsbury, Eli, "Coinage of silver dollars: speech... in the Senate of the United States..." 1878
      • "Senator Martin's railroad connections as shown by the Barbour Thompson letters..." [1911]
        [2 copies]
      • "Special message of the governor of Virginia transmitting report of the commission appointed on the public debt" 1892
      • Statement showing tax imposed on railroad and canal companies in the commonwealth of Virginia... [1891]
      • Statement showing tax imposed on railroad and canal companies in the commonwealth of Virginia... 1899
      • Stenger, W. S., "Freedman's bank: speech: in the United States House of Representatives..." [1876]
    • Box-folder 37-11
      • Tebault, C. H., "To the survivors of the Medical Corps of the Army and Navy of the Confederate States" 1898
      • Tucker, J. Randolph, "Contested-election case of Platt vs. Goode" 1876
      • Tyler, J. Hoge, "To encourage mining and manufacturing industries: speech of Sen. J. Hoge Tyler..." 1878
        [2 copies]
    • Box-folder 37-12
      • "Virginia debt settlement: official negotiations with opinion of advisory board [1891]
      • Voorhees, D. W., "Credit of the government speech... in the Senate of the United States..." 1878
      • "What happened in the last county election" [1912?]
      • Withers, Robert E. "Coinage of silver dollars: speech... in the Senate of the United States..." 1878
      • Wood, Fernando, "The Resources and expenses of the government: necessity for retrenchment: speech... in the United States House of Representatives..." 1876
    • Box-folder 37-13-14
      Newspaper clippings 1876-1915
    • Box-folder 37-15
      Newspaper clippings n.d.
      [see also Box 38, Folder 1]
    • Box-folder 38-1
      Newspaper clippings n.d.
      [see also Box 37, Folder 15]
    • Box-folder 38-2
      Flyers and broadsides 1873-1914
      [see also Oversize Materials]
  • Subseries H: General Materials 1865-1901
    • Box-folder 38-3
      Virginia Democratic Convention 1889
    • Box-folder 38-4
      Voter contact lists [1899]
      [2 folders; see also Radford Development Company deed book in Oversize Materials]
    • Box-folder 38-5
      Senatorial campaign notebook 1899
    • Box-folder 38-6
      Notaries public and commissioners of deeds - city and county list 1901
    • Box-folder 38-7
      Notaries public and commissioners of deeds - name list 1901
    • Box-folder 38-8
      Political notes n.d.
      [2 folders]
    • Box-folder 38-9
      Miscellaneous 1865-1899
    • Box-folder 38-10
      Miscellaneous n.d.
      [see also Oversize Materials]
  • Subseries A: Presbyterian Church 1866-1924
    • Box-folder 38-11
      Outgoing correspondence 1913, n.d.
    • Incoming correspondence 1892-1924, n.d.
      • Box-folder 38-12-15
      • Box-folder 39-1-5
        M-Z, unidentified
    • Box-folder 39-6
      Church-related addresses and remarks n.d.
      [2 folders]
    • Box-folder 39-7
      Sunday school attendance record and minute book 1878-1896
    • Box-folder 39-8
      Church treasurer's record 1909-1914
    • Box-folder 39-9
      Printed materials, A-B
      • Alliance of the Reformed Churches Throughout the World Holding the Presbyterian System, Reports submitted to the Sixth General Council, Glasgow1896
      • Burton, Ernest D. "Why I believe in praying" 1924
    • Box-folder 39-10
      Printed materials, C-E
      • "The Christian Observer's assault repelled" [1885?]
      • The Earnest worker June 1917
      • Executive Commission of the Alliance of the Reformed Churches, Western Section, Minutes
        • Sep 1892
        • Apr 1894
        • Oct 1894
        • Apr 1895
        • Oct 1895
      • Executive Committee of the Institute for Training Colored Ministers, Report1883
    • Box-folder 39-11
      Printed materials, F
      • "The First number of the Christian Observer (Supplement to the Christian Observer[1877?]
      • The Fundamentals: a testimony to the truth [19--?]
    • Box-folder 39-12
      Printed materials, G-L
      • General Assembly record, vol. 1, nos. 1-8 1883
      • General Presbyterian Council, "Report of the Ad Interim Committee" [1892]
      • Gilmer, Geo. H., "Home mission bulletin: Abingdon Presbytery" [1914]
      • Gordon, A. J., "Two men at a shot" [19--?]
    • Box-folder 40-1
      Printed materials, M-O
      • MacIntosh, Douglas Clyde, "Why I believe in immortality" 1925
      • The Missionary survey Jan 1924
    • Box-folder 40-2
      Printed materials, Pa-Pm
      • Peloubet, F. N., Peloubet's select notes on the international Sunday school lessons (improved uniform series: course for 1918) 1917
    • Box-folder 40-3
      Printed materials, Pn-Pz
      • Presbyterian Church in the U. S. Committee of Education, Annual report1883
      • Presbyterian Church in the U.S. Committee of Foreign Missions, Annual report1883
      • Presbyterian Church in the U.S. Executive Committee of Home Missions, Annual report1883
      • Presbyterian Church in the U.S. Executive Committee of Publication, Annual report... presented to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States1883
    • Box-folder 40-4
      Printed materials, Q-Z
      • The Quarterly register: organ of the Alliance of Reformed Churches Holding the Presbyterian System May 1897
      • Rall, Harris Franklin, "I believe" 1924
      • Signs of the times magazine Nov 1913
    • Box-folder 40-5
      Miscellaneous 1866-1897, n.d.
  • Subseries B: Genealogy 1876-1948
    • Incoming correspondence 1876-1924, n.d.
      • Box-folder 40-6
      • Box-folder 40-7
      • Box-folder 40-8
        R-Z, unidentified
    • Box-folder 40-9
      "Family genealogy, record and diary of James Hoge Tyler of Belle Hampton, Pulaski County, Virginia 1879
    • Box-folder 40-10
      "The Family of Hoge" n.d.
      [typescript][2 folders]
    • Box-folder 40-11
      Newspaper clippings 1895-1948, n.d.
    • Box-folder 40-12
      Miscellaneous 1900-1905
  • Subseries C: James Hoge Tyler General Correspondence 1860-1924
    • Outgoing correspondence
      • Box-folder 40-13
      • Box-folder 41-1-5
      • Box-folder 41-6
        [3 folders]
    • Incoming correspondence 1865-1924
      • Box-folder 41-7-12
      • Box-folder 42-1-15
      • Box-folder 43-1-16
      • Box-folder 44-1-3
      • Box-folder 44-4
        [2 folders]
  • Suberies D: Sue Hammet Tyler Correspondence 1865-1927
    • Outgoing correspondence
      • Box-folder 44-5-6
        1867-1927, n.d.
    • Incoming correspondence 1865-1926, n.d.
      • Box-folder 44-7-16
      • Box-folder 45-1-6
        N-Z, Unidentified
      • Box-folder 45-7
        Y-Z, Unidentified
  • Subseries E: Scrapbooks 1871-1925
    • Box-folder 45-8
      Scrapbook 1 1871-1893, n.d.
    • Box-folder 45-9
      Scrapbook 2 1894-1900, n.d.
    • Box-folder 46-1
      Scrapbook 3 1901-1924
    • Box-folder 46-2
      Scrapbook with clippings about Tyler's death 1925
      [see also Oversize Materials]
    • Box-folder 46-3
      Loose items from Scrapbook 1 1893, n.d.
    • Box-folder 46-4
      Loose items from Scrapbook 2 1899-1900, n.d.
    • Box-folder 46-5
      Loose items from Scrapbook 3 1882-1922, n.d.
  • Subseries F: Printed Materials 1887-1929
    • Box-folder 46-6
      [see also Oversize Materials]
      • Boykin, James C., The Story of the Declaration of Independence1926
      • "Constitution of the legal fraternity of Phi Delta Phi" 1901
      • Cubasch, Woldemar, The Stanserhorn and the Stanserhorn Railway[189-?]
      • Hooper, Thomas W.Unconscious influence: an address delivered before the Union and Philanthropic Literary Societies1889
    • Box-folder 46-7
      • In memoriam: John Warwick Daniel, born September 5, 1842; died June 29, 1910 [1910]
      • In memoriam [Sue Hammet Tyler] [1912]
      • "Independence Hall: a short history of the Independence Hall group of buildings" 1925
      • A List of the portraits and pieces of statuary in the Virginia State Library, with notes and illustrations 1920
    • Box-folder 46-8
      [see also Oversize Materials]
      • Mapping [1906]
      • A Message to the alumni of Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N.J. 1918
      • The Rexall News Sep 1915
      • "Rhein-dampfschiffahrt: kolnische u. Dusseldorfer gesellschaft" [1896]
      • Richmond Apr 1929
    • Box-folder 46-9
      • Shelburne, William J., Orations of William J. Shelburne, Jr., delivered by Milligan College, Tenn., and University of Va. with a brief sketch of his death1887
      • Society of the Army of the Potomac, Report of the thirty-first annual re-union at Fredericksburg, Va.1900
      • "Stanserhorn Bahn & Electr. Tramway: Stansstad-Stans" [189-?]
      • "Stansstad-stans-Stanserhorn-bahn" [1895]
    • Box-folder 46-10
      • The Treaty of peace between Spain and the United States [1898?]
      • Virginiana: catalogue no. 12 [19--]
      • The Waverly album: a photographic souvenir of the land of Scott [189-?]
      • "Western & Central Switzerland: Jura-Simplon railways: the largest and most picturesque railway in Switzerland" [1896]
    • Box-folder 47-1
      Newspaper clippings 1893-1922, n.d.
  • Subseries G: General Materials 1868-1926, n.d.
    • Box-folder 47-2
      Third-party correspondence 1802-1913
    • Invitations
      • Box-folder 47-3-10
        1868-1926, n.d.
    • Box-folder 47-11
      Calling cards 1898-1925, n.d.
    • Box-folder 47-12
      Federal Food and Drug Administration 1917
    • Box-folder 47-13
      Federal Food and Drug Administration 1918
      [2 folders]
    • Box-folder 48-1
      Speech drafts n.d.
      [2 folders]
    • Box-folder 48-2-3
      Miscellaneous 1861-1926, n.d.
  • Subseries A: Business Concerns 1882-1922
    • American National Life Insurance Company / Atlantic Insurance Company
      • Box-folder 48-4-5
    • Belle Hampton Coal Company
      • Box-folder 48-6
        Correspondence 1882-1887
      • Box-folder 49-1-2
        Correspondence 1888-1905, n.d.
      • Box-folder 49-3
        Ledger no. 4 1884-1888
      • Box-folder 49-5
        Ledger no. 5 1888-1891
      • Box-folder 49-5
        Ledger no. 6 1892-1894
      • Box-folder 50-1
        Miscellaneous 1883-1905, n.d.
    • Belle Hampton store
      • Box-folder 50-2
        Ledger no. 1 1886-1887
      • Box-folder 50-3
        Ledger no. 2 1888-1890
      • Box-folder 51-1
        Ledger [no. 3]
      • Box-folder 51-2
        Ledger no. 4 1892-1893
    • Radford Development Company
      • Box-folder 51-3-7
        Correspondence 1890-1893
      • Box-folder 52-1-2
        Correspondence 1894-1922, n.d.
      • Box-folder 52-3
        Letters of proxy 1890-1895
      • Box-folder 52-4-5
        Receipts and account statements 1890-1914
      • Box-folder 52-6
        Meeting reports and notes 1890-1895, n.d.
      • Box-folder 52-7
        Stock certificates 1890-1892
        [see also Oversize Materials]
      • Box-folder 52-8
        Legal documents 1890-1912, n.d.
        [see also Oversize Materials]
      • Box-folder 52-9
        Miscellaneous 1890-1899, n.d.
    • Box-folder 52-10
      Radford Trust Company 1902-1913
    • Box-folder 52-11
      Southern Building and Loan Association 1891-1902, n.d.
    • Box-folder 52-12
      Virginia Agricultural Development Company 1891-1899, n.d.
    • Box-folder 52-13
      Virginia Mutual Building and Loan Association 1891-1893, n.d.
  • Subseries B: Agriculture 1872-1914
    • Box-folder 52-14-15
      Correspondence 1878-1914
    • Box-folder 52-16
      Short-horn cattle pedigrees and registration forms 1872-1911
    • Box-folder 52-17
      Farm reports 1887-1889
    • Box-folder 52-18
      Farm account ledger 1909-1911
    • Box-folder 53-1-2
      Speeches to agricultural organizations 1874-1878, n.d.
    • Box-folder 53-3
      Printed materials 1883-1909, n.d.
    • Box-folder 53-4
      Miscellaneous 1887, n.d.
  • Subseries C: General Business and Personal Financial Papers 1862-1923
    • Correspondence
      • Box-folder 53-5-10
        1869-1923, n.d.
    • Box-folder 53-11
      Deeds and contracts 1874-1919
    • Box-folder 53-12
      Money orders 1869-1899, n.d.
    • Box-folder 53-13
      Promissory notes 1867-1909, n.d.
    • Box-folder 53-14
      Legal papers 1873-1911, n.d.
    • Receipts and account statements
      • Box-folder 53-15-17
      • Box-folder 54-1-4
        1880-1926, n.d.
    • Personal checks Bank of Christiansburg)
      • Box-folder 54-5-8
    • Box-folder 54-9
      Bank statements (Bank of Christiansburg) 1888-1891
    • Box-folder 54-10
      Personal checks and bank statements (Bank of Pulaski) 1889-1890
    • Personal checks (Exchange Bank of Radford)
      • Box-folder 54-11-12
    • Box-folder 54-13
      Check stubs (Exchange Bank of Radford) 1892-1893
    • Personal checks (First National Bank of Radford)
      • Box-folder 54-14-15
    • Box-folder 55-1
      Check stubs (First National Bank of Radford) 1919-1921
    • Box-folder 55-2
      Bank statements (First National Bank of Radford) 1920-1921
    • Personal checks (Lynchburg National Bank)
      • Box-folder 55-3-4
    • Personal checks (National Exchange Bank of Lynchburg)
      • Box-folder 55-5-9
    • Box-folder 55-10
      Personal checks (Radford Trust Company) 1896
    • Box-folder 55-11
      Bank accounts book 1879-1885
    • Box-folder 55-12
      Home / farm / store ledger 1873-1890
    • Box-folder 55-13
      Miscellaneous 1871-1921, n.d.
  • Box-folder 56-1-2
    Outgoing correspondence 1879-1932, n.d.
  • Box-folder 56-3
    Incoming correspondence 1877-1911
  • Box-folder 56-4
    Farm ledger 1884-1935
    [also includes minutes of the Radford Rifles, 1892-1894]
  • Box-folder 56-5
    Accounts ledger 1889-1894
  • Box-folder 56-6
    Financial papers 1900-1909
  • Box-folder 56-7-13
    Outgoing correspondence 1884-1908
  • Box-folder 57-1-4
    Outgoing correspondence 1909-1926, n.d.
  • Box-folder 57-5
    Incoming correspondence 1897-1925, n.d.
  • Box-folder 57-6
    Evelyn Bell Tyler outoing correspondence 1911-1920, n.d.
  • Box-folder 57-7
    Pocket calendar 1914
  • Box-folder 57-8
    Sigma Chi Quarterly Feb 1891
  • Box-folder 57-9
    Sigma Chi quarterly Nov 1891
  • Subseries A: Personal Papers 1885-1941
    • Box-folder 57-10-15
      Outgoing correspondence 1885-1916
    • Box-folder 58-1-2
      Outgoing correspondence 1917-1926, n.d.
    • Box-folder 58-3
      Incoming correspondence 1896-1941
    • Box-folder 58-4
      Nelle Serpell Tyler outgoing correspondence 1907-1936
    • Box-folder 58-5
      Nelle Serpell Tyler outgoing correspondence n.d.
      [6 folders]
    • Box-folder 58-6
      Correspondence by other family members 1909-1923, n.d.
    • Box-folder 58-7
      Miscellaneous 1926-1935, n.d.
  • Subseries B: Spanish-American War Records 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 58-8-10
      Officers' mileage vouchers 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 59-1-3
      Officers' pay and commutation vouchers 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 59-4-12
      Officers' pay vouchers, A-M 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 60-1-6
      Officers' pay vouchers, N-Z 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 60-7-14
      Enlisted personnel final statements, A-K 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 61-1-6
      Enlisted personnel final statements, L-Z 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 61-7-15
      Enlisted personnel discharge vouchers 1898-1899
    • Company payrolls 1898-1899
      • Box-folder 62-1
        1st Alabama Infantry
        [2 folders]
      • Box-folder 62-2
        1st Florida Infantry
        [2 folders]
      • Box-folder 62-3
        2nd Illinois Infantry
        [2 folders]
      • Box-folder 62-4
        4th Illinois Infantry
      • Box-folder 62-5
        160th Indiana Infantry (detachment of sick)
      • Box-folder 62-6
        21st Kansas Infantry
        [2 folders]
      • Box-folder 63-1
        31st Michigan Infantry (detachment)
      • Box-folder 63-2
        14th Minnesota Infantry
        [2 folders]
      • Box-folder 63-3
        1st Mississippi Infantry (detachment)
      • Box-folder 63-4
        2nd Mississippi Infantry (detachment)
      • Box-folder 63-5
        8th New York Infantry
        [2 folders]
      • Box-folder 63-6
        69th New York Infantry
        [5 folders]
      • Box-folder 63-7
        1st Ohio Cavalry (detachment)
      • Box-folder 63-8
        4th Ohio Infantry (detachment)
      • Box-folder 63-9
        6th Ohio Infantry (detachment)
      • Box-folder 64-1
        1st Pennsylvania Infantry
        [2 folders]
      • Box-folder 64-2
        2nd South Carolina Infantry
        [2 folders]
      • Box-folder 64-3
        4th Tennessee Infantry
        [2 folders]
      • Box-folder 64-4
        2nd Texas Infantry
      • Box-folder 64-5
        4th Virginia Infantry
        [2 folders]
      • Box-folder 64-6
        1st Wisconsin Infantry
      • Box-folder 65-1
        6th U. S. Cavaly (detachment)
      • Box-folder 65-2
        7th U. S. Cavalry (detachment)
      • Box-folder 65-3
        8th U. S. Cavalry (detachment)
      • Box-folder 65-4
        2nd U. S. Engineers
        [2 folders]
      • Box-folder 65-5
        8th U. S. Infantry (detachment)
      • Box-folder 65-6
        15th U. S. Infantry
        [2 folders]
      • Box-folder 65-7
        21st U. S. Infantry (detachment)
      • Box-folder 65-8
        Ambulance Corps
      • Box-folder 65-9
        Hospital Corps
      • Box-folder 65-10
        Post Non-Commissioned Staff
      • Box-folder 65-11
        Signal Corps
    • Box-folder 65-12
      Abstracts of collections 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 65-13
      Abstracts of mileage payments 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 65-14-15
      Abstracts of payments Jul-Dec 1898
    • Box-folder 65-16
      Account current statements 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 65-17
      Analysis of disbursements 1898
    • Box-folder 65-18
      Appropriations receipts 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 66-1
      Fund transfer vouchers 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 66-2
      Paymaster's clerk mileage vouchers (W. H. Hale) 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 66-3-5
      Disbursing officers' check books 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 66-6
      Statement of public funds book 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 66-7-9
      Correspondence / communications 1898-1899
    • Box-folder 66-10-12
      Special orders from the United States Adjutant General's Office Jul-Oct 1898
    • Box-folder 67-1-2
      Special orders from the United States Adjutant General's Office Nov-Dec 1898
    • Box-folder 67-3-6
      Special orders from the United States Adjutant General's Office Jan-May 1899
    • Box-folder 67-7
      Index to special orders issued from the United States Adjutant General's Office 1898
    • Box-folder 67-8
      General orders from the United States Adjutant General's Office Jan-Apr 1899
    • Box-folder 67-9
      Printed materials 1898
      • Compendium of general orders from the United States Adjutant General's Office, amending army regulations since their publication... 1898
      • General orders and circulars, the United States Adjutant General's Office 1898
      • Manual for the pay department... 1898
    • Box-folder 67-10
      Printed materials 1899, n.d.
      • Appendix to army regulations... 1899
      • Examination paper: administration, United States Army regulations n.d.
      • "Monthly station list of the officers of the Pay Department, United States Army" Apr 1899
      • "Monthly station list of the officers of the Pay Department, United States Army" May 1899
    • Box-folder 67-11
      Miscellaneous 1898-1899, n.d.
  • Box-folder 68-1-12
    Belle Tyler McConnell outgoing correspondence 1889-1954, n.d.
  • Belle Tyler McConnell incoming correspondence 1901-1928, n.d.
    • Box-folder 68-13-14
    • Box-folder 69-1-2
      I-Z, Unidentified
  • Box-folder 69-3-6
    Frank P. McConnell outgoing correspondence 1908-1926, n.d.
  • Frank P. McConnell incoming correspondence 1891-1926, n.d.
    • Box-folder 69-7-15
    • Box-folder 70-1-12
      K-Z, Unidentified
  • Box-folder 70-13-17
    Receipts and account statements 1909-1922, n.d.
  • Box-folder 70-18
    Legal papers 1900-1922, n.d.
  • Box-folder 70-19
    Personal financial records 1912-1924, n.d.
  • Box-folder 70-20
    Bank reports and financial statements 1911-1926, n.d.
  • Box-folder 71-1-2
    Bank and business records 1911-1922, n.d.
  • Box-folder 71-3
    Virginia Trust Company checkbook 1921-1922
  • Box-folder 71-4-6
    Kappa Alpha fraternity purser's reports 1911-1912
  • Box-folder 71-7
    Kappa Alpha travel vouchers 1911
  • Box-folder 71-8
    Kappa Alpha Journal
    • May 1922
    • Nov 1924
  • Box-folder 71-9
    Invitations and programs 1902-1926, n.d.
  • Box-folder 71-10-13
    Printed materials 1898-1926, n.d.
  • Box-folder 71-14
    Miscellaneous 1904-1927, n.d.
  • Box-folder 71-15-18
    Outgoing correspondence 1896-1916
  • Box-folder 72-1-8
    Outgoing correspondence 1917-1940, n.d.
  • Box-folder 72-9
    Incoming correspondence 1905-1925, n.d.
  • Box-folder 72-10
    Robert W. Jopling outgoing correspondence 1915-1925
  • Box-folder 72-11
    Miscellaneous 1902, n.d.
  • Box-folder 72-12
    Outgoing correspondence 1900-1940, n.d.
  • Incoming correspondence 1902-1930, n.d.
    • Box-folder 72-13-15
    • Box-folder 73-1-3
      J-Z, Unidentified
  • Box-folder 73-4-5
    Southwest Virginia Agricultural and Live Stock Fair Sep-Oct 1902, n.d.
  • Box-folder 73-6
    Promissory notes 1886-1935
  • Box-folder 73-7
    Legal documents 1906-1938, n.d.
  • Box-folder 73-8
    Financial papers 1908-1940
  • Box-folder 73-9
    Miscellaneous 1900-1911, n.d.
  • Subseries A: Henry H. and Lily Tyler Wilson Papers 1889-1954
    • Box-folder 73-10-13
      Lily Tyler Wilson outgoing correspondence 1889-1916
    • Box-folder 74-1-7
      Lily Tyler Wilson outgoing correpondence 1917-1954, n.d.
    • Box-folder 75-1
      Lily Tyler Wilson incoming correspondence 1889-1942, n.d.
    • Box-folder 75-2
      Diary 1909
    • Box-folder 75-3
      "Poems by Lily Tyler" [typescript] n.d.
    • Box-folder 75-4
      Theatre scrapbook 1898-1921
    • Box-folder 75-5
      Scrapbook 1908-1915
    • Box-folder 75-6-7
      Dance cards (Virginia Tech) 1904-1908
    • Box-folder 75-8
      Dance cards (non-Virginia Tech) 1901-1910
    • Box-folder 75-9
      Legal papers 1886-1935, n.d.
    • Box-folder 75-10
      Henry H. Wilson papers 1902-1933, n.d.
    • Box-folder 75-11
      Genealogy 1906-1932, n.d.
    • Box-folder 75-12-14
      Construction industry printed materials 1921-1932
    • Box-folder 76-1
      Construction industry printed materials 1933
    • Box-folder 76-2
      Other printed materials 1915-1949
    • Box-folder 76-3
      Miscellaneous 1884-1931, n.d.
  • Subseries B: James Hoge Tyler Wilson Papers 1918-1950
    • Box-folder 76-4
      Printed material 1936-1943, n.d.
    • Box-folder 76-5
      Miscellaneous 1918-1950, n.d.
  • Subseries C: Lily Norwood Wilson Papers 1924-1956
    • Box-folder 76-6
      Outgoing correspondence 1926-1951, n.d.
    • Box-folder 76-7-9
      Incoming correspondence 1924-1956, n.d.
    • Box-folder 76-10
      Baby book 1919
    • Box-folder 76-11-12
      School memorabilia 1930-1937, n.d.
    • Box-folder 76-13
      Calling cards and invitations 1924-1939, n.d.
    • Box-folder 76-14
      Event programs 1934-1939, n.d.
    • Box-folder 76-15
      European tour memorabilia 1935-1936, n.d.
      [see also Box 77, Folder 1]
    • Box-folder 77-1
      European tour memorabilia 1935-1936, n.d.
      [see also Box 76, Folder 15]
    • Box-folder 77-2
      British War Relief Society memoranda 1941
    • Box-folder 77-3-4
      British War Relief Society Emblem Committee 1941, n.d.
    • Box-folder 77-5
      British War Relief Society miscellaneous 1941, n.d.
    • Box-folder 77-6
      Miscellaneous 1934-1938, n.d.
  • Subseries A: William H. Hammet Papers 1832-1878
    • Box-folder 77-7
      Papers 1832-1869, n.d.
    • Box-folder 77-8
      Physician's acount book 1836-1851
      [also includes J. Hoge Tyler ledger entries, 1881-1885]
  • Subseries B: Edward Hammet Papers 1832-1892
    • Box-folder 77-9
      Lammermoor plantation records 1866-1872, n.d.
      [see also Box 78, Folders 4 and 5]
    • Box-folder 77-10
      Personal papers 1832-1871, n.d.
      [see also Oversize Materials]
    • Box-folder 78-1
      Estate [J. Hoge Tyler, executor] 1851-1892, n.d.
  • Subseries C: James P. Hammet Papers 1856-1879
    • Box-folder 78-2
      Correspondence 1864-1878, n.d.
    • Box-folder 78-3
      Pocket diaries 1866-1873, n.d.
    • Box-folder 78-4
      Lammermoor plantation ledger 1857-1863
    • Box-folder 78-5
      Aldomar and Lammermoor plantations account book 1867-1868
    • Box-folder 78-6
      Plantation accounts with freedmen 1866-1868, n.d.
    • Box-folder 78-7
      Bills of lading 1866-1875, n.d.
    • Box-folder 78-8-11
      Receipts and account statements 1856-1879, n.d.
    • Box-folder 78-12
      Promissory notes and money orders 1856-1877, n.d.
    • Box-folder 78-13
      Legal papers 1866-1879
    • Box-folder 79-1
      Physician's account book 1855-1860
      [also includes J. Hoge Tyler day book entries, 1879-1881]
    • Box-folder 79-2
      Physician's account and log book 1854-1878
      [also includes farm accounts, estate inventory, etc.]
    • Box-folder 79-3
      Patient accounts 1867-1876, n.d.
    • Box-folder 79-4
      Insurance 1866-1874
    • Box-folder 79-5
      Miscellaneous 1866-1868, n.d.
  • Subseries D: Isabella Hammet Heth Family Papers 1861-1913
    • Box-folder 79-6
      Isabella Hammet Heth correspondence 1861-1913, n.d.
    • Box-folder 79-7
      Stockton Heth correspondence 1867-1913, n.d.
  • Box-folder 79-8
    George W. H. Sifford personal correspondence 1860-1886, n.d.
  • Box-folder 79-9-12
    George W. H. Sifford receipts and account statements 1836-1885, n.d.
  • Box-folder 79-13
    George W. H. Sifford legal papers 1838-1883
  • Box-folder 79-14
    Samuel Sifford papers 1840-1860, n.d.
  • Box-folder 79-15
    Miscellaneous 1805-1883
  • J. Hoge Tyler portraits
  • Box-folder 80-2
    J. Hoge Tyler snapshots
  • Box-folder 80-3
    J. Hoge Tyler snapshots
    • With others at home of Steven and Lucy Nickeron Wilson (Lexington, Missouri) [photo 018] n.d.
    • With William Jennings Bryan and others at Halwick [photo 019] n.d.
      [2 copies]
    • With others in home draped with bunting [photo 020] n.d.
  • Box-folder 80-4
    J. Hoge Tyler snapshots
    • J. Hoge Tyler monument (Richard W. Bock, sculptor) [photos 021-032] 1937
  • Box-folder 80-5
    J. Hoge Tyler Jr.
    • Hampden-Sidney College sophomore English class [photo 033] 1891
    • Sigma Sigma chapter of Sigma Chi fraternity (J. Hoge Tyler II believed to be in third row, second from left, standing) [photo 034] [1890]
  • Box-folder 80-6
    Hal C. Tyler
    • [Hal C. Tyler][photo 035] [1933]
      [see also Oversize Materials]
    • [Hal C. Tyler] [photo 036] n.d.
      [3 copies]
    • [Hal C. Tyler] with unidentified young man [photo 037] n.d.
      [2 copies]
  • Lily Tyler Wilson family
  • Box-folder 81-3
    Identified portraits, A-B
    • George A. Alexander [photo 099]
    • Dr. J. H. C. Bagby [photo 100] [1893]
    • John Macky Baldwin [photo 101] 1895
    • Mary Belle Baskinville [photo 102] n.d.
    • Dr. W. Blain [photo 103] [1893]
    • Elizabeth Gay Bolling (photos of paintings) [photos 104-105] n.d.
    • Jno. Bolling Jr. (photo of painting) [photo 106] n.d.
    • Richard Bolling (photo of painting) [photo 107] n.d.
    • Prof. Henry C. Brock [photo 108] [1893]
  • Box-folder 81-4
    Identified portraits, C
    [see also Oversize Materials]
    • K. H. C. [woman] [photo 109] 1905
    • Charles V. Carrington [photo 110] 1900
    • Ella Belle Candy [photo 111] 1896
    • Rose H. Candy [photo 112] 1896
    • Elizabeth Landon Carter (photo of painting) [photo 113] n.d.
    • Robert "King" Carter (photos of paintings) [photos 114-115] n.d.
    • Henry Cohn [photo 116] n.d.
    • Col. E. D. Cole [photo 117] n.d.
    • H. A. [Conners?] [photo 118] [1893]
  • Box-folder 81-5
    Identified portraits, D-G
    • Kent Hairston Draper and father [photo 119] n.d.
    • Louise Eggleston [photo 120] n.d.
    • [Frederick V. Gantt] in V.P.I. cadet uniform [photos 121-122] [1904]
    • Col. William A. Gile [photo 123] n.d.
    • Barbara Haxall Grundy [photo 124] 1934
  • Box-folder 81-6
    Identified portraits, H
    • [Richard?] Hammet [photo 125] n.d.
    • Willis Harmon [photo 126] n.d.
    • Benjamin Harrison (photos of paintings) [photos 127-128] n.d.
      [2 copies of each]
    • William Henry Harrison (photos of paintings) [photos 129-130] n.d.
    • William Henry Harrison (lithograph) [photo 131] n.d.
    • [?] Hereford in V.M.I. cadet uniform [photo 132] n.d.
    • B. Lacy Hoge [photo 133] n.d.
  • Box-folder 81-7
    Identified portraits, I-L
    • R. R. Jones [photo 134] [1893]
    • Gwenthleen Hoge Kaine [photo 135] n.d.
    • Chas Kane [photo 136] n.d.
    • Mary Guy Brawley King [photo 137] n.d.
    • E. E. Lane [photo 138] [1893]
    • T. A. Lewis [photo 139] [1893]
  • Box-folder 81-8
    Identified portraits, Ma-Mh
    • Suzanne Goldsborough Martin [photo 140] n.d.
    • W. Hammet Martin [photo 141] 1900
    • Mr. Martin [photo 142] n.d.
    • Jno. M. McCoy and Laura G. Taggart [photo 143] n.d.
    • C. W. McDonald [photo 144] [1893]
    • Dr. Richard McIlwaine [photo 145] [1893]
    • Daughter of Duncan McIntyre [photo 146] n.d.
    • Lorenz J. McIntyre [photos 147-148] 1891, n.d.
    • H. W. McLaughlin [photo 149] 1893
    • D. T. Merritt [photo 150] [1893]
  • Box-folder 81-9
    Identified portraits, Mi-Mz
    • Agnes Erskine Miller [photo 151] n.d.
    • [?] Washington Miller [photo 152] n.d.
    • Kate Valentine Montague [photos 153-154] 1898, n.d.
    • [Kate Valentine Montague] [photo 155] n.d.
    • Dr. W. W. Moore [photo 156] [1893]
    • S. B. Morton [photo 157] [1893]
  • Box-folder 82-1
    Identified portraits, N-R
    • E. A. Nickerson [photo 158] n.d.
    • Dr. C. A. Perkins [photo 159] [1893]
    • G. W. Peyton [photo 160] [1893]
    • Pocahontas (photos of paintings) [photos 161-162] n.d.
    • R. B. Preston [photos 163] n.d.
    • John Harris Ramsey [photo 164] n.d.
    • [J.?] Robertson [photo 165] [1893]
    • D. H. Rolston [photo 166] 1893
  • Box-folder 82-2
    Identified portraits, S
    • G. S. Shackleford [photo 167] n.d.
    • Tyler Smith [photo 168] n.d.
    • Prof. William Sommerville [photo 169] [1893]
    • D. Spottswood [photo 170] [1893]
    • L. D. Starke Jr. [photos 171-172] n.d.
    • Joseph Stebbins Jr. [photo 173] 1893
  • Box-folder 82-3
    Identified portraits, T-Z
    • Carter Tyler [photo 174] 1899
    • Evie Tyler [photo 175] n.d.
    • H. C. Tyler [photo 176] n.d.
    • Sue Hammet Tyler (born c.1914) [photo 177] 1916
    • [Sue Hammet Tyler (born 1845)] [photo 178] n.d.
      [2 copies]
    • Anne Rebecca Radford Wharton [photo 179] 1895
    • R. D. White [photo 180] [1893]
    • J. W. Wool [photo 181] 1893
  • Box-folder 82-4-7
    Studio portraits of unidentified men [photos 182-217] n.d.
    [see also Oversize Materials]
  • Box-folder 83-1-2
    Studio portraits of unidentified women [photos 218-245] n.d.
    [see also Oversize Materials]
  • Box-folder 83-3
    Studio portraits of unidentified children [photos 246-257]
  • Box-folder 83-4
    Portraits of unidentified groups [photos 258-265] n.d.
  • Snapshots
    • Box-folder 83-5
      Identified individuals
      • Janet G. Cameron [photo 266] n.d.
      • Dr. M. D. Hoge [photo 267] n.d.
      • Mrs. Thomas N. Jones [photo 268] 1900
      • Chas. A. Magill, grand marshal of Great Civic Parade - Galveston Cotton Carnival [photo 269] 1911
      • Eugenie Moore [photo 270] 1901
      • Eleanor Steinert [photo 271] 1944
      • Roger Wolcott leading Dewey parade [photo 272] 1899
    • Box-folder 83-6
      Joan Appleton and others at beach [photos 273-280] n.d.
    • Box-folder 83-7
      Unidentified group of women on city sidewalk and in carriage [photos 281-289] n.d.
    • Box-folder 83-8
      Two unidentified men traveling mountain roads of eastern Tennessee [photos 290-293] n.d.
    • Box-folder 83-8
      Unidentified man and two women in snow-covered field [photos 294-299] n.d.
    • Box-folder 83-9
      Unidentified men on the University of Virginia campus [photos 300-305] n.d.
    • Box-folder 83-9
      Unidentified soldiers [photos 306-315] n.d.
    • Box-folder 83-10
      Unidentified pair of women in field with rifle [photos 316-319] n.d.
    • Box-folder 83-10
      Unidentified pair of women posing on stone in field [photos 320-322] n.d.
    • Box-folder 83-10
      Unidentified group of women wearing hats [photos 323-325] n.d.
    • Box-folder 83-11
      Miscellaneous unidentified men [photos 326-342] n.d.
    • Box-folder 83-12-13
      Miscellaneous unidentified women [photos 343-368] n.d.
    • Box-folder 84-1
      Miscellaneous unidentified children [photos 369-389] n.d.
    • Box-folder 84-2-5
      Miscellaneous unidentified groups [photos 390-428] n.d.
      [see also Oversize Materials]
  • Box-folder 84-6
    Buildings and scenery, A-B
    • Achnacarry [photo 429] n.d.
    • Belmont Farm (Keswick, Virginia) [photo 430] n.d.
    • Berkley Plantation (James River, Virginia) wheat harvest [photo 431] n.d.
    • Bonbrook - Wilson home [photos 432-437] 1926
    • Brompton (near Fredericksburg, Virginia) [photo 438] n.d.
  • Box-folder 84-7
    Buildings and scenery, C-G
    • City Hall (Richmond, Virginia) [photo 439] 1900
    • Executive Mansion (Richmond, Virginia) [photos 440-444] 1900
  • Box-folder 84-8
    Buildings and scenery, H-O
    [see also Oversize Materials]
    • Halwick (Radford, Virginia) [photos 445-451] n.d.
    • Lochiel (Gordonsville, Virginia) [photo 452] n.d.
    • Old Capitol (Richmond, Virginia) (photo of sketch) [photo 453] n.d.
  • Box-folder 84-9
    Buildings and scenery
    • [Pennsboro, West Virginia] [photo 454] n.d.
    • Peyton Randolph House (Williamsburg, Virginia) [photo 455] n.d.
    • Prospect Hill (Berkeley County, West Virginia) [photo 456] 1928
    • Statue of Liberty [photo 457] 1930
    • Sweet Briar College campus [photos 458-463] n.d.
  • Box-folder 84-10
    Buildings and scenery, T-Z
    • Varina (on James River, Virginia) [photo 464] n.d.
    • Virginia Polytechnic Institute campus [photos 465-466] n.d.
    • Warren House at Smith's Fort (Surry County, Virginia) [photo 467] n.d.
    • Washington Monument (Richmond, Virginia) [photo 468] 1900
    • YMCA (Radford, Virginia) Christmas dinner setting [photo 469] 1892
  • Box-folder 84-11-12
    Miscellaneous buildings and scenery [photos 470-496] n.d.
  • Box-folder 84-13
    Animals [photos 497-509] n.d.
Box: 85
  • Broadsides (from Series I, Subseries VII)
    • "Southwest's choice... Major James Hoge Tyler" 1893
    • "Vote for Todd and Martin: the straight ticket" n.d.
    • "A Hot campaign... Maj. J. Hoge Tyler, Democratic candidate for lieut.-governor, will speak in Berryville, Va...." 1889
  • Virginia Board of Public Works, Statement showing the assessed value of railroad and canal property and the tax extended thereon, in the Commonwealth of Virginia, for the year...1900
    (from Series I, Subseries VII)
  • Extradition certificate for Asaph Cole 1898
    (from Sereies I, Subseries VIII)
  • Printed materials (from Series II, Subseries VI)
    • Goodson Gazette (Published by the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind) Feb 15 1899
    • Radford Oct 1888
    • The Radford News Jan 8 1925
  • Radford Development Company records (from Series III, Subseries I)
    • Stock book 1890-1892
    • Deed book 1890-1891
      [also contains county voter contact lists for 1899 campaign]
  • Edward Hammet Papers (from Series XI, Subseries II)
    • Land grant to John Havens Jr. for property on Plum Creek (Montgomery County, Virginia) 1845
    • Land grant to John Pepper for property on Plum Creek (Montgomery County, Virginia) 1840
  • Photographs (from Series XIII)
    • James Hoge Tyler studio portrait (mat inscribed to daughter Lily) n.d.
    • James H. and Lily Tyler studio portrait c.1899
    • Hal C. Tyler 1933
      [3 items]
    • [H. Clay?] Cameron n.d.
    • Unidentified man 1937
    • Unidentified man n.d.
    • Unidentified woman n.d.
    • Unidentified football team n.d.
    • Unidentified large group on church steps (Huntington, West Virginia?) n.d.
    • Guests of Applachian Power Company - inspection trip to hydro-electric developments (Byllesby and Grayson, Virginia) 1912
    • Banquet of the Association of Pennsylvania Highway Contractors 1922
    • Manufacturer's and Associated General Contractors of America 1922
    • Old Opequon Church and Graveyard n.d.
      [2 items]