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The Randolph Leader Abstracts: 1896-1899
The Randolph Leader Abstracts: 1900-1904
The Randolph Leader Abstracts: 1905 - 1909
The Randolph Leader Abstracts: 1910 - 1914

The Randolph Leader Abstracts: 1915 - 1919

The Randolph Leader Abstracts: 1920-1924

The Randolph Leader Abstracts: 1925 -1929

The Randolph Toiler Newspaper - Whole Month Abstracts


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Miscellaneous Individual Articles

Description Date of Article Date Submitter
Fire Destroys Business February 4, 1875 Sep 2003 Larry E. Caver, Jr.
Randolph County Tax Sale February 12, 1875 Sep 2006 Beverly Giles Loffler & Linda Ayres
William Lovvorn Buys Interest in Bowdon, GA Mill October 5, 1877 Nov 2006 Candace Gravelle
R. S. Heflin Appointed Deputy Collector of US Revenue September 20, 1878 Nov 2006 Candace Gravelle
Manley, H. C. Shot In Face During Fight October 29, 1880 Apr 2007 Candace Gravelle
Prather Ran Over By Train At West Point, Ga. November 19, 1880 Apr 2007 Candace Gravelle
Pearson, Hiram's Home Destroyed By Fire April 15, 1881 Apr 2007 Candace Gravelle
Dickson, William Bound Over For Illicit Distilling June 17, 1881 Apr 2007 Candace Gravelle
C. J. Waldrop Hung For Murder Of Al Mitchell's Wife, Clay County July 8, 1881 Apr 2007 Candace Gravelle
Cheeves, A. J. Moving To Texas . November 18, 1881 Apr 2007 Candace Gravelle
H. B. Laney Writes from Texas November 28, 1895 Jul 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
Stell Blake Can Practice Before Alabama Supreme Court June 18, 1897 Nov 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Singing at Heflin's Grove August 6, 1897 Dec 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Farmers' Hotel April 15, 1898 Nov 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Sacred Harp Singing at New Court House May 20, 1898 Nov 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Opening of the Roanoke Dispensary January 2, 1901 Dec 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Rock Mills Local Election January 8, 1902 Dec 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
William B. Nichols Family Reunion May 14, 1902 Dec 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Roanoke College Honor Roll 1901-1902 School Year May 21, 1902 Oct 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Roanoke City Election January 3, 1903 Jun 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
Roanoke Rural Free Delivery Route #1 February 4, 1903 Jan 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
Social Circle School Honor Roll for March April 8, 1903 Jan 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
Lizzards for Hauling
Pleasant Hill School Honor Roll for January
William W. Stevenson Graduates from Medical College of Alabama
April 15, 1903 Jan 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
Holstun Medal Contest April 15 & 22, 1903 Jan 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
Farmer’s Academy District Trustees Elected
Roanoke College’s Excelsior Literary Society Program
April 22, 1903 Jan 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
1903 Roanoke College Commencement May 27, 1903 Jun 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
Naming the Baby Jume 3, 1903 Jul 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
Bet and Rufus Patton Graduate from Tuskegee Institute June 17, 1903 Jul 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
New Teachers Licensed January 31, 1906 Nov 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
J. D. Strickland Writes from Texas January 9, 1908 Jul 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
“Singin Skule Beginment” Staged Comedy June 3, 1908 Sep 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Children of T. M. Awbrey October 7, 1908 Sep 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Roanoke Excelsior Debating Society January 20, 1909 Jun 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
Teachers' Institute Program February 17, 1909 Sep 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
James Carter Wright Purchases Automobiles June 9, 1909 Aug 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
First Bridge over Jones Creek
Nelle Brittain Joins Roanoke College Faculty
September 15, 1909 Dec 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
"Fernwood," Home of Mr. J. E. Mann January 11, 1911 Feb 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Editorial Letter from Mr. J. E. Mann January 18, 1911 Feb 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Teachers’ Institute Program February 22, 1911 Jan 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
Naming Roanoke's Cemetery "Cedarwood" March 22, 1911 Sep 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Cows Wanted by J. E. Mann May 17, 1911 Feb 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Reception for Jessie Wood
Resignation of W. H. McDaniel as President of Roanoke College
July 19, 1911 Sep 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
M. S. Bingham Returns from Mexico
Silver Anniversary of John P. Liles and Mary E. Woodall Liles
Changes for Roanoke Merchants
September 6, 1911 Mar 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Good Roads Movement October 25, 1911 Sep 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Heflin 25th Anniversary Celebration December 6, 1911 Jul 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
Major John T. Coleman Prime Favorite for Treasurer
Growth of Wadley
March 27, 1912 Feb 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Roanoke Commercial District Fire January 7, 1914 Dec 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Attorney Robert J. Hooton Praised
New Year’s Eve Watch Night Party
J. B. McPherson Reports on Farm Experiments
Berry Strozier Retires from Barbering
Professor Herman L. Upshaw Praised
J. Bernard Kitchens on Navy Furlough
January 6, 1915 Nov 2003 William Fischer, Jr.
Some Randolph County Business Notes During
Leon M. Stevenson starts Eastview Farm
January 13, 1915 Oct 2004 William Fischer, Jr.
John Augustus Walden Moves to Jude, Alabama January 20, 1915 Nov 2003 William Fischer, Jr.
Miss Willie Harper Wins Newspaper Contest
Birth of John Bluford Stevenson
January 27, 1915 Dec 2003 William Fischer, Jr.
Emil Zobel Loses His Coat February 10, 1915 Nov 2003 William Fischer, Jr.
Randolph County Schools Contest March 10, 1915 Dec 2003 William Fischer, Jr.
Roanoke Mayor W. Y. Chewning Issues Clean-Up Proclamation
Jury Commissioner
March 24, 1915 Dec 2003 William Fischer, Jr.
E. C. Cunningham’s Ode to LaGrippe March 31, 1915 Nov 2003 William Fischer, Jr.
Conductor Ed Bryan Temporarily Becomes Flagman
Benjamin J. Mitchum’s Home Burns
April 21, 1915 Dec 2003 William Fischer, Jr.
Gus Lane Celebrates Fifty-Seventh Birthday
Negro Good Citizenship League Founded
Roanoke Negroes Offer Thanks
April 28, 1915 Dec 2003 William Fischer, Jr.
Birmingham College Glee Club Connections
Editorials Against Women’s Suffrage
Joe Wood’s Mentorship of William H. Holtzclaw
Five New Automobiles for Wedowee
Randolph County Bank Statements
Roanoke City Schools Commencement
Tax Notice for S. D. Chewning
May 5, 1915 Feb 2004 William Fischer, Jr.
University of Alabama Wins Debate
William H. Wright Family Reunion
History of Roanoke's Manley Building
Margaret Schuessler’s Piano Certification Recital
May 12, 1915 Dec 2003 William Fischer, Jr.
Spring A. B. & A. Passenger Train Schedule Change May 19, 1915 Mar 2004 William Fischer, Jr.
James W. Grady Accepts Bank Positions
T. B. Wood Resigns as Bank Cashier
1915-1916 Wedowee Schools Faculty
Addie Striplin’s Piano Class Recital
Roanoke Schools Faculty
May 26, 1915 Dec 2003 William Fischer, Jr.
Fats and Leans Play Exhibition Ballgame
John W. Radney Elected President
Alabama Cottonseed Crushers' Association
Wadley High School Commencement and Next Year's Faculty
Professor H. C. McDonald Praised
June 2, 1915 Dec 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
M. F. Fears Raises Fine Crop of Wheat
James A. Ussery Graduates from Medical School
June 9, 1915 Jan 2004 William Fischer, Jr.
Eris Stevens Graduates from Bessie Tift College June 16, 1915 Dec 2003 William Fischer, Jr.
Delight Theater Improves Sanitation
Improvements at Roanoke's Ussery Lake
June 23, 1915 Jan 2004 William Fischer, Jr.
Joseph Culpepper Visits After 35 Year Absence July 28, 1915 Jan 2004 William Fischer, Jr.
Training Sessions for Colored Farmers September 22, 1915 Apr 2004 William Fischer, Jr.
N. C. Causey Home, Commissioner’s Sale October 6, 1915 Jun 2004 William Fischer, Jr.
Rock Mills School Faculty October 13, 1915 Jun 2004 William Fischer, Jr.
Ben Smedley Purchases Farm October 27, 1915 Apr 2004 William Fischer, Jr.
Autos Expressed to Roanoke by Rail May 24, 1916 Dec 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Free Attendance at Wadley High School May 31, 1916 Dec 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
A Rare Heflin Oratorical Failure August 29, 1917 Aug 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
James Madison Satterwhite Celebrates 88th Birthday February 27, 1918 Sep 2003 William Fischer, Jr.
Roanoke Memorial Day Celebration April 16, 1919 Feb 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Harris 59th Anniversary Celebration April 24, 1918 Dec 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
World War Memorial for 'Colored' Soldiers July 30, 1919 Feb 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Ban on Public Gatherings in Roanoke February 25, 1920 Feb 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
First Airplane to Land in Roanoke April 28, 1920 Mar 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Reminiscences about Rock Mills May 12, 1920 Feb 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Mrs. Kate Guin Birdsong Visits July 18, 1923 Apr 2006 Candace Gravelle
Charles E. Smith Motor Company February 10, 1926 Dec 2001 William Fischer, Jr.
Agriculture Program at New Hope School March 21, 1926 Jul 2002 William Fischer, Jr.
Duke, J. D., III , Dr.. March 11, 1937 Feb 2007 Candace Gravelle
Farrarr, Zachary Stricken With Paralysis While Driving Bus April 6, 1939 Mar 2007 Candace Gravelle
Randolph County Courthouse Burns In Wedowee, Ala. August 29, 1940 Mar 2007 Candace Gravelle
Yates, Guy Murder Suspects Caught In Caldwell, Idaho . November 14, 1940 Mar 2007 Candace Gravelle
Williams, Ralph & Ray Given Life In Prison For Murder Of Guy Yates . February 6, 1941 Mar 2007 Candace Gravelle
Dearmanville Methodist Church Is Celebrating 100th Birthday, Calhoun County August 28, 1960 Jul 2010 Shirley Dewberry

 

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