New Market Weather Notebook, 1902-1920
Repository: Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University
Title: New Market Weather Notebook, 1902-1920
Collection No.: SC 0139
Creator: Rupp family
Extent: 1 folder; .08 cubic feet
Abstract: The New Market Weather Notebook, 1902-1920, documents temperature and other weather information for New Market, Virginia.
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Preferred Citation: [identification of item], [box #, folder #], New Market Weather Notebook, 1902-1920, SC 0139, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Va.
Acquisition Information: Purchased from Bookworm and Silverfish Bookdealers in September 1995.
Provenance: Bookdealer Jim Presgraves identified this notebook as one of his purchases from an auction of Rupp family items in 1994. The Rupps were a New Market, Virginia family. "New Market VA" and "Rupp" are penciled in on the cover.
Processing Information: In order to streamline the process of applying collection numbers, Special Collections staff completed a large-scale renumbering campaign in the spring of 2017. This collection was previously cataloged as SC 3067.
The Rupp family lived in New Market, Virginia.
Scope and Content:
The New Market Weather Notebook, 1902-1920, documents temperature and other weather information for New Market, Virginia. Temperatures and other weather details are recorded at irregular intervals from 1902 to 1920.
The notebook is housed in one folder.
Box : Folder
|New Market Weather Notebook, 1902-1920||
Compiled by: Special Collections Staff, September 1995; Kayla Payne, July 2012