Village of Sunbury
Village of Sunbury
The Sunbury Collection contains documents on a variety of topics related the history and development of Sunbury. Item types represented in this collection include diaries, maps, meeting ledgers, business documents and histories.
1927 journal of Roberta Hopkins, owner of the Hopkins House, a boarding house located on the Town Square in Sunbury, Ohio. Mrs. Hopkins wrote her 1927 entries in a blank daily journal published by the Bishop Insurance Agency of Centerburg, Ohio. Her…
This is Roberta Hopkins' journal covering her daily activities from 1941-1943.
This book is the journal of Roberta Hopkins. Entries date from January 1931-July 1933.
This book is the ledger of activity for the Hopkins' House transportation services. Each entry is written by Roberta Hopkins and provides the name and the destination of the people transported as well as the fee that was paid to the Hopkins House.
Postmaster certification conferred upon Orville Barcus to serve as postmaster of Sunbury, signed December 6, 1918 by Woodrow Wilson and Postmaster General Albert S. Burleson.
This day book (hotel register) contains entries from 1931-1932, Sunbury, OH
This is the Hopkins House Day Book (hotel register) containing the signatures of people who stayed at the Hopkins House between 1933-1945. Entries include the date of arrival, the guests' signatures, and their cities of origin.
This is one of the Hopkins House's Day Books (Hotel Registers) that spans the years 1905-1913. Entries include the guests' signatures and their cities of origin.
This is the Hopkins House Day Book (Hotel Register) containing the signatures of people who stayed at the Hopkins House in 1922. Entries include the guests' signatures and their cities of origin.
This is the Hopkins House Day Book for the years 1925-1930. Entries include the names of the people served, the locations where they were taken, and how much they were charged to get to their destinations.