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A Photographic History of Ridgeley and Carpendale, West Virginia

 Item — Box: 22 Gold, Object: E, Shelf: 2
Identifier: BAL-LRC-22 Gold-1401

Dates

  • Publication: 2012
  • Record Keeping: 24 September 2019

Creator

Biographical / Historical

Inscribed by Ed Mullaney to Brother Joseph Grabenstein. In the inscription, Ed refers to the Illumination Project at Bishop Walsh High School in Cumberland and Brother Joe’s assistance regarding providing historical information. “Brother Irene” is a reference to Brother Joe’s mother (Mrs. Herman Grabenstein, Jr.—Irene, A.F.S.C.) who became one of the honorees in the Illumination Project.

Biographical / Historical

Dr. Leo Ley, Jr., A.F.S.C., is given a full page (page 86). Dr. Ley graduated from La Salle HS in 1933 and later in time donated free or low-cost medical services to the athletes of Ridgeley (WV) High School. Photos of the gymnasium--named for Dr. Ley—are in this book. Photocopies of the pages regarding Dr. Ley and the gym are in the “AFSC” files (Schema #346).

Extent

1 Volumes : Softcover, xii, 237 pages, profusely illustrated with photos, many historic.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Donated to Archives by Edward Mullaney (Graduate of La Salle High School, Cumberland, MD) in October 2018.

Bibliography

Autographed by the author.

Photocopy of mailing envelope is enclosed.

Materials Specific Details

Softcover, xii, 237 pages, profusely illustrated with photos, many historic.

Creator

Source

Repository Details

Part of the The De La Salle Christian Brothers Archives of the Baltimore District Repository

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