Operators working out of their homes connected callers manually in the early years of telephone service.
Charles Wesley Gardner carried this saber while serving with Company B, 54th Regiment, Pelham’s Battery.
Ice skate used for skating on frozen mill ponds including the one at the George Phlegar Mill.
Goodall Mills lap robe used by Dr. R. Gamble See.
People’s Bank of Floyd County was one of several county banks established in the early 1900s.
Runner stone from the Irvin L. Huff grist mill in eastern Floyd County.
Model of an Enterprise cookstove manufactured by the Phillips & Buttorff Corporation of Nashville, Tennessee.
Blackboard used by the ten children of John William and Eliza Harvey Wertz in Aria/Huffville.
TIME LOVE LUCK / ARE BIRDS THAT SOAR FROM SIGHT / ARROWS ARE IN VAIN / TO STOP THEIR FLIGHT
Gentry Harter’s taxi service was a fixture in Floyd from the 1930s to the 1960s.
Preston-Hopkinson Company of Appomattox, Virginia manufactured plates with photographic images for churches and schools.
Keepsake reminder of Willis High School painted by Maureen Dalton.
Lewis Peter Booth kept his family’s most valuable papers in this document box.