Back Issues: 2000s

Spring 2000

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Changing of the Guard (Elcan to Elson)

Garland-Rodes School: Then and Now by Virginia Grist Smith

T. Gibson Hobbs, Jr. Remembers Garland-Rodes School

Garland-Rodes School: Now by Peter T. Marcy, Head of School

My 10 Most Unforgettable Lynchburgers by James M. Elson

Dr. John Jay Terrell: Noble Servant By Lewis Hobgood Averett

Lynchburg’s Professor Frank Trigg: From Slave to College President by Jane Baber White

Romanesque Architecture in Lynchburg by Dr. William H. Young

Jones Memorial Library: Civil War letters and diaries

Index of Lynch’s Ferry Magazine

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Fall 2000

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The Art of Frank Wright

John Warwick Daniel, the Best Beloved Virginian of His Day by James M. Elson

John Marshall Warwick’s House by Peter W. Houck

The Westover Hotel: A Symbol of the Successes and Failures of West Lynchburg by Edmund Potter

A Name Reclaimed: Four Generations of Thomas Jefferson Anderson by T.J.Anderson III

The Outlaw Frank James—Hiding in the Hill City by Dougls MacLeod

Lynchburg’s New Legacy Museum of African American History by Carla Heath

…the Grandeur that was Rome: The Neoclassic Movement and Lynchburg Architecture by William H. Young

Jones Memorial Library: Lynchburg in 1916

Historic Property Update: Rivermont House

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Spring 2001

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The Lynchburg That Never Was by S. Allen Chambers, Jr.

When Billy Sunday Came to the City of Churches by James M. Elson

A Lynchburg Fancy Dress Ball, 1914

Richardson’s Store by A. Kendall Sydnor with Granville Sydnor Hill

Industry, Economy, and Pride: The Life and Work of Amelia Perry Pride by Ted Delaney

The Westwood School, A Lynchburg Antebellum Academy by Robert P. Merchant

Odds ’n’ Ends: Some Final Observations on Lynchburg Architecture (Part 1) by William H. Young

Amazement Square Opens

Jones Memorial Library: Guy Dirom WWI letters

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Fall 2001

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Scaisbrooke Langhorne Abbot: Lynchburg’s Surprisingly Versatile Artist by Elizabeth Forsyth Harris

Tab Show Time at the Academy in the ’30s, ’40s, and ’50s by James M. Elson

Adolphus Humbles: African American Entrepreneur and Philanthropist by John Langston Mitchell

Air Devils by Ann Brent App

Odds & Ends: Some Final Observations on Lynchburg Architecture (Part II) by William H. Young

The Bawdy Ladies of Buzzard by Nancy Jamerson Weiland

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Spring 2002

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“Queen of the James River and Kanawha Canal”: The Packet Boat Marshall by Douglas MacLeod

Lynchburg in the [Eighteen] Fifties by John Cabell Early (1848-1909)

Lynchburg’s Sandusky: From Charles Johnston, Its Founder, to the Present by Peter W. Houck

Dr. Robert Withers Morgan: Lynchburg’s Pioneer Dentist by Robert P. Merchant

A Short History of Lynchburg’s Railroads by Thomas G. Ledford

If the Walls at 622 Harrison Street Could Talk by W. Scott Smth

The Sad Story of Ota Benga: Citizen of Lynchburg, 1910-1916 by James M. Elson

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Fall 2002

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A History of Lynchburg’s Histories by James M. Elson

E.C. Glass High School, Class of ’41 by Sydnor Thompson Jr.

Elijah Fletcher, Citizen of Lynchburg by Martha von Briesen

the “Watch Box,” Abert by Aubrery Wiley

A New Era for White Rock Cemetery: An interview with Laura Munson

Project Y: An Art Gallery for Randolph-Macon Woman’s College by Karol Lawson

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Spring 2003

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Dreams, Hopes and Realities: Lynchburg College’s First Half Century by Michael W. Santos

Lynchcburg Photographs: A Virtual  Collection by Nancy Blackwell Marion

Jack Lee (1861-1926): Lynchburg’s Legend of the Law by Leighton S. Houck

Civil War Heritage, South by Joan Logan Brooks

Civil War Heritage, North by James M. Elson

The Story of Lynchburg’s Aviation [1835-1963] by Lawrence H. McWane

Julia Branch, Baby Nurse: Beloved, Even after Death, by a Family She Served by Jane Baber White

Intoxicated Lynchburg Goes Dry by James M. Elson

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Fall 2003

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During the Roaring Twenties Lynchburg Lost Its “Spizzerinctum” by James M. Elson

Growing Up in Riverside Park in the 1920s by T. Gibson Hobbs Jr.

Snapshots of the 20s

Lynchburg’s Post-bellum Eccleastical Architecture: Competition and Shifting Styles by Forrest L. Frazier II

Silent Conquest by Peter W. Houck

Reflections of a Diamond Era: The Woman’s Club of Lynchburg Celebrates One Hundred Years of Community Involvement by Shirley Moorman

Robert Walter Johnson, M.D. (1899–1971)
Black Focus Biographies

The Virginia Greenstone Company, Inc. by Robert P. Merchant

Stability, Growth, and Change: Lynchburg College, 1948–2003 by Michael W. Santos

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Spring 2004

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A Page in Lynchburg History: the Lynchburg Newspapers and Racial Strife in the Sixties by William F. Quillian, Jr.

Standing Up, Student Protesters Surprised Sweet Briar by Mary Molyneux Abrams

Thank You, Mr. Newman: Reinterpreting the Will of Indiana Fletcher Williams by Mary Molyneux Abrams

Lynchburg, “brought to hospital in its fair youth” by James M. Elson

Fifth Street and “The Block” During the 1930s and 1940s: A selection of photographs by Nancy Blackwell Marion

Dueling Newspaper Editors by James M. Elson


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Fall 2004

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The Academy of Music on the Eve of its Centennial by James M. Elson

City Champs: the Rivermont Athletic Club Football Team, 1905-1916 by Douglas MacLeod

Three Lynchburg Crime Stories from the 1930s and 1940s by Eugene B. Wright

Morris Alexander, Caddy Master and Golf Professional at Oakwood Country Club for Fifty-four Years, 1914-1967 by Jane Baber White

Records of Virtue: Lynchburg School Girl Samplers by Kimberly Smith Ivey

Jones Memorial Library: Harry Alberti’s Photograph Album

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Spring 2005

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The Old Court House Celebrates Its Sesquicentennial by Thomas G. Ledford

“Deep in My Heart”: Delving into the Soul of Segregation at the Legacy Museum by Dianne Swann-Wright and Carolyn Wilkerson Bell

The History of the Child Care Center from the Center Circular, July 1947

Growing Up at 504 Fifth Street by Gene W. Tomlin

The Lynchburg Tobacco Trade and the Nineteenth Century Monacan Economy: Oral Traditions from the Blue Ridge at Hico—the Buzzard Rock by Jay Hansford C. Vest

Lynchburg from the Air in 1924

Follow Up: Alexander’s Ragtime Band; the Death of Harry Alberti

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Fall 2005

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Carter Glass and the Federal Reserve System by James A. Huston

“Soup, Soap, and Salvation”: One Hundred Christmases, Two Million Meals: Lynchburg’s Salvation Army Celebrates Its Centennial by Shirley Moorman

The Lynchburg Public Library Celebrates Its Fortieth Birthday by Patricia K. Doyle

Homes and Houses: Changing Values in a Changing City by Travis C. McDonald

Leander Harrison: Lynchburg’s Gentleman Barber by Ted Delaney

Jones Memorial Library Lynchburg in 1903

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Spring 2006

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Lynchburg in the Decade of the 1960s by Thomas G. Ledford

"No Matter How Long": The Struggle to Integrate the Public Schools in Lynchburg, 1954–1970, Chapter III by Henry Faulkner Heil

The Great Society, Vietnam, and Central Virginia by Michael W. Santos

Out of the Walls: Randolph-Macon Woman's College in the 1960s by Carolyn Wilkerson Bell

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Fall 2006

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Lynchburg Dancing: Floyd Ward and Her School by Elizabeth Forsyth Harris

A City Upon A Hill: A History of the Old City Cemetery in Pictures by Ted Delaney

The Dream Fulfilled: The Bicentennial of Poplar Forest by Travis McDonald

The Mother Church of Methodism in Lynchburg by Terrell D. Moseley

Far From The Tree: The Orchards of Tobacco Row Mountain by Tom Burford

Wright: Recent Drawings by Frank B. Wright, Jr. 

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Spring 2007

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A Day in the Life of the City: Stonewall Jackson’s Return to Lexington Through Lynchburg by Robert Wimer

Lynchburg Man Recalls Early Packet-Boat Days by Martha Rivers Adams

Why the Babcock & Wilcox Company Chose Lynchburg: Saga of the Search for a Nuclear Power Research, Engineering, and Manufacturing Site by John W. Landis

Mount Athos —Pioneer Plantation and Its Pioneer Families by T. Gibson Hobbs, Jr.

Excerpt from War Years with Jeb Stuart by Lt. Colonel W. W. Blackford

John Chilembwe of Lynchburg by Ann van de Graaf 

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Fall 2007

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John Randolph and the Field of Honor by John d’Entremont

David Ross and the Oxford Iron Works: A Study of Industrial Slavery in the Early Nineteenth-Century South by Charles B. Dew

The History of Riverside Park by Heidi James

“Hang-Out” Places: Lynchburg, Virginia, in the 1950s by Gene W. Tomlin

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Spring 2008

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’Cile Turner by Bryan S. Wright

Lynchburg’s New Deal Tragedy: The Transient Bureau Fire of 1934 by Jeffrey S. Cole

Douglas Southall Freeman: Renowned Man of Letters by James A. Huston

Abram Frederick Biggers by Miss Mary L. Percy, with an introduction and notes by Gene Tomlin

Lewis Hine in Lynchburg with an introduction by John d’Entremont
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Fall 2008

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’Cile Turner by Bryan S. Wright

New Glasgow: The Rise and Fall of an Antebellum Virginia Village by Joe Stinnett

Life at Tusculum During the Nineteenth Century by Christian Carr

Clifford: A Historical Driving Tour of the Old Village by Sandi Esposito

Books about New Glasgow and Amherst County by Joe Stinnett

Growing Up in Lynchburg on Wheels with Motors by Terrell Moseley

Jen Ayres: A Remembrance of Her Life and Love of Art by Douglas MacLeod
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Spring 2009

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For Our Own Good: Central Virginia’s African American Civic and Social Groups by Dianne Swann-Wright

The Oldest Photo of Lynchburg? by Nancy B. Marion

Little Champions by J. P. Vaughan, Jr.

John Lee Pratt, Anonymous Philanthropist by William F. Quillian, Jr.

Elias Schewel by Elliot Schewel

A Salute to Jimmie Ray: a Madison Heights Icon with an introduction by Charles Stinson
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Fall 2009

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Aviator Vincent “Squeek” Burnett Prelude to a Legend by David Fortuna

James Roland Kyle, Jr. by Douglas K. Harvey

Lynchburg and Its Canal Era by T. Gibson Hobbs, Jr.

Samuel Spencer and the Trains That Served the South by Rosemary Dunne

The Earl of Lynchburg: The Racing Career of Earl Lee Brooks by Ervin Brooks

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