Papers consist primarily of tax receipts for Cabell County, West Virginia property. Also included are drawing instruction booklets and embroidery patterns of the 1880's as well as newspaper clippings, programs of musical events, photographs, and ration books from the Second World War.
The digitized items here do not represent the entirety of the Carroll Family Papers, 1867-1951. To view what other materials are in this collection but not yet digitized and available online, search the guide to the Carroll Family Papers, 1867-1951.
Photo of Sam Gideon, President of Huntington Board of Education, b&w. Note on back reads: Mr. Samuel Gideon, pres. Of Huntington Board of Education
Manufactures and Liberal Arts Bldg., Jamestown Exposition, 1907, color. Glued to what appears to have been a grey cardboard box.
St. Anne's Convent, Orange Walk, British Honduras, black and white. No postmark, no addressee. Note on back reads: St. Ann's Convent, Orange Walk, Brit. Hond.
Postcard of view at mine entrance #8, Monongah Mine, near Fairmont, W.Va.,1907. No postmark, no addressee. The Monongah Mine Disaster was the worst mine disaster in the U.S., killing at least 353 miners. It occurred on Dec. 6, 1907. This postcard view is of mine No. 8, entrance No. 8, which was one of the two mines that exploded. Recent research has proposed that the number of casualties was higher than 353.