Gary Alonzo Barranger
Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SC 01375
Content Description Eight letters addressed to Kate Tuck from various individuals regarding family news and personal events. News is of events and people of their town, Scottsburg in Halifax County, Virginia. In one letter, a friend describes two townspeople who had gone insane, Captain Whit, and a dear friend, Mrs. Arnold. Both were taken to the Asylum in Staunton, Virginia. News in the letters also covers other personal matters of townspeople, economic events, and personal matters.
Identifier: SC 01496
Identifier: SC 01500
Identifier: SC 01361
Content Description Four page letter addressed to "Cousin" from A. E. Loenbach in Harrisonburg, Virginia dated 17 September 1888. Loenbach describes the illness that consumed most of her family over the past few weeks, blaming Typhoid fever as the cause. She also reports that a grandson was born to the family and is healthy at two months of age.
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MS 00226
Content Description Letters include one photograph, two ration books, seven V-Mail cards, two War Department postcards, a Roanoke, Virginia newspaper, a greeting card, and several handwritten letters. Letters are primarily written by Ellis David Lovern, Jr to his wife Ruby and daughter Nancy. Lovern served with the U.S. Army during World War II. His letters are sent from “somewhere in” Tennessee, England, Germany, and Belgium. Lovern frequently signs his name as “Elmer.” He addresses his wife’s concern about his...
Identifier: SC 01508
Identifier: SC 01353
Identifier: SC 01395
Identifier: SC 01650
Scope and Contents A two-page letter from Petersburg, VA informing Maury of the inability to pull into the Harbor ar Norfolk due to the high winds and the desire to protect the cargo for the owners. Additionally, he gives reports on behalf of Captian Bliss of the cargo on board other vessels, chiefly cotton, tobacco, flour, and wheat.
Identifier: SC 01410
Content Description Ten letters written to Michael Paro, a private in the United States Army serving in Vietnam, mostly from his love interest, Barbara Jensen. In most of the letters, she discusses life after his time in Vietnam and plans for their future. A picture of Barbara is included with one of the letters.