Virginia. Board of Public Works.Library of Virginia2 ft. 8 in. 45 v. (10 ft.)These records contain reports of estimated values of real and personal property owned by railroad and canal companies. The reports were made to the Auditor, who submitted them to the Board of Public Works for assessment.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Virginia. Auditor of Public Accounts (1776-1928)Library of Virginia3 v.Volumes contain reports of gross income. The second volume also contains reports from county clerks to the Board of Public Works on railroads actually in operation in their counties in 1892.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Virginia. Auditor of Public Accounts (1776-1928)Library of Virginia85 ft. 10 in.Warrants issued by the auditor to the treasurer to authorize him to receive or disburse money into or from the treasury. The following special funds are included: Board of Public Works (Internal Improvement Fund), 1828-1871; Interest on Public Debt, 1866-1925; James River Company, 1823-1840; Literary Fund, 1822-1927; Miller Manual Labor School Fund, 1875-1923; North Western Turnpike Road, 1831-1850; Retired Teachers' Fund, 1908-1923; Sinking Fund, 1835-1923; and Special Funds, 1923-1928, which includes the Miller Manual Labor School Fund, the Retired Teachers' Fund, and the Sinking Fund.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Virginia. Circuit Court (Rockingham County)Library of Virginia641 items.Includes civil and criminal trials, Overseers of the Poor records, accounts of the court, roads, elections and of courthouse renovations.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Virginia. Auditor of Public Accounts (1776-1928)Library of Virginia2 in.Series contains vouchers for payment of expenses of the Board of Public Works and receipts for warrants issued by the auditor of public accounts. The vouchers include the names of persons to whom money was owed, the amounts, and the dates the vouchers were submitted. Each receipt contains the date, the amount received, and the reason for the payment.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Virginia. Auditor of Public Accounts (1776-1928)Library of Virginia1 v.Volume contains a list of shelves on which the transfer books were filed, giving the volume numbers and date ranges.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Virginia. Board of Public Works.Library of VirginiaSeries contains orders and vouchers for payments due to contractors for work completed on public roads and receipts for warrants issued by the auditor. The vouchers include the names of persons to whom money was owed, the amounts, and the dates the vouchers were submitted.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Virginia. Auditor of Public Accounts (1776-1928)Library of Virginia5 in.Series contains reports of joint stock companies, mostly internal improvement companies, concerning dividends paid to stockholders. The accounts contain the names of persons to whom payments were made, the amounts, and the dates paid.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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