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1879-11-20
A document from an extensive collection spanning four generations of the Woodward family that operated merchant pig iron companies in West Virginia and Alabama. The collection begins with Stimpson Harvey Woodward (S. H. Woodward), a native of Massachusetts, who moved from Pittsburgh to Wheeling, West Virginia in 1852. He had interests in an iron company as early as 1852 in West Virginia and began Alabama operations in 1869. The family business continued in Alabama until the death of S. H. Woodward's great-grandson in 1965.
Subject(s)
Berney, William Correspondence
Woodward, S. H. (Stimpson Harvey) Correspondence
Genre(s)
letters (correspondence)
Correspondence
1877-06-25
This item is from the Woodward Family Papers. The papers span four generations and include business and personal correspondence, financial records, photographs, and other materials of this Birmingham, Alabama family which operated the Woodward Iron Company.
Subject(s)
Woodward, Joseph H.
Berney, William
Genre(s)
letters (correspondence)
letter books
1882-06-27
A document from an extensive collection spanning four generations of the Woodward family that operated merchant pig iron companies in West Virginia and Alabama. The collection begins with Stimpson Harvey Woodward (S. H. Woodward), a native of Massachusetts, who moved from Pittsburgh to Wheeling, West Virginia in 1852. He had interests in an iron company as early as 1852 in West Virginia and began Alabama operations in 1869. The family business continued in Alabama until the death of S. H. Woodward's great-grandson in 1965.
Subject(s)
Berney, William
Woodward, Joseph H.
First National Bank of Birmingham (Birmingham, Ala.)
Genre(s)
postcards
1882-10-31
A document from an extensive collection spanning four generations of the Woodward family that operated merchant pig iron companies in West Virginia and Alabama. The collection begins with Stimpson Harvey Woodward (S. H. Woodward), a native of Massachusetts, who moved from Pittsburgh to Wheeling, West Virginia in 1852. He had interests in an iron company as early as 1852 in West Virginia and began Alabama operations in 1869. The family business continued in Alabama until the death of S. H. Woodward's great-grandson in 1965.
Subject(s)
Berney, William
Woodward, Joseph H.
First National Bank of Birmingham (Birmingham, Ala.)
Genre(s)
postcards
1881-05-03
A document from an extensive collection spanning four generations of the Woodward family that operated merchant pig iron companies in West Virginia and Alabama. The collection begins with Stimpson Harvey Woodward (S. H. Woodward), a native of Massachusetts, who moved from Pittsburgh to Wheeling, West Virginia in 1852. He had interests in an iron company as early as 1852 in West Virginia and began Alabama operations in 1869. The family business continued in Alabama until the death of S. H. Woodward's great-grandson in 1965.
Subject(s)
Berney, William Correspondence
Woodward, S. H. (Stimpson Harvey) Correspondence
Genre(s)
letters (correspondence)
Correspondence
1878-02-01
A document from an extensive collection spanning four generations of the Woodward family that operated merchant pig iron companies in West Virginia and Alabama. The collection begins with Stimpson Harvey Woodward (S. H. Woodward), a native of Massachusetts, who moved from Pittsburgh to Wheeling, West Virginia in 1852. He had interests in an iron company as early as 1852 in West Virginia and began Alabama operations in 1869. The family business continued in Alabama until the death of S. H. Woodward's great-grandson in 1965.
Subject(s)
Berney, William Correspondence
Woodward, S. H. (Stimpson Harvey) Correspondence
Genre(s)
letters (correspondence)
Correspondence
1880-02-07
A document from an extensive collection spanning four generations of the Woodward family that operated merchant pig iron companies in West Virginia and Alabama. The collection begins with Stimpson Harvey Woodward (S. H. Woodward), a native of Massachusetts, who moved from Pittsburgh to Wheeling, West Virginia in 1852. He had interests in an iron company as early as 1852 in West Virginia and began Alabama operations in 1869. The family business continued in Alabama until the death of S. H. Woodward's great-grandson in 1965.
Subject(s)
Berney, William Correspondence
Woodward, S. H. (Stimpson Harvey) Correspondence
Genre(s)
letters (correspondence)
Correspondence
1880-03-22
A document from an extensive collection spanning four generations of the Woodward family that operated merchant pig iron companies in West Virginia and Alabama. The collection begins with Stimpson Harvey Woodward (S. H. Woodward), a native of Massachusetts, who moved from Pittsburgh to Wheeling, West Virginia in 1852. He had interests in an iron company as early as 1852 in West Virginia and began Alabama operations in 1869. The family business continued in Alabama until the death of S. H. Woodward's great-grandson in 1965.
Subject(s)
Berney, William Correspondence
Woodward, S. H. (Stimpson Harvey) Correspondence
Genre(s)
letters (correspondence)
Correspondence
Subject(s)
Letter
James Berney letter
Southern Life and Culture
Government, Law and Politics
Community and Place ...
1854-08-05
This item is from the James M. Boling Papers, containing correspondence, receipts, mortgages, wills, indentures, and other materials concerning the property and affairs of the Boling and Saffold families of Hayneville, Lowndes County, Alabama.
Subject(s)
Berney, June Correspondence
Boling, Mary Ann Saffold Correspondence
Genre(s)
letters (correspondence)
Correspondence