A new batch of materials from Rockingham County Public Library is now available on DigitalNC!
This batch includes several 3-dimensional, physical objects, which are always interesting to digitize. DigitalNC has digitized everything from full size quilts to wedding dresses, but not everything requires that much work. Rockingham County Public Library’s pins, brooches, hair barrette, and charm bracelet are small enough to scan using the same workflow as larger scrapbooks and newspapers (see the documentation about our Phase One Camera), which are more common on the site. To see examples of larger items that must be shot in a studio, follow this link.
In addition to the physical objects, this batch also includes several other items that may be of interest to researchers or genealogists. The Speedwell Presbyterian Churchyard Graves booklet documents the names and locations of all of those buried in the historic cemetery between 1739-1969. The Stoneville Patron Registration books records the names and locations of those who used this branch library between 1959 and 1982.
See the lists below for all of the material digitized in this batch.
- Madison-Mayodan Charm Bracelet
- Junior Civinette Pin
- Brownie Scout Hair Pin
- North Carolina Tar Heel Girl State Pin
- Madison-Mayodan Pennant Charm
- Madison-Mayodan High School Class of 1968 Pin
- Methodist Church School Apparel Pin
- Mayodan: The First 100 Years
- Dan River– Francisco Presbyterian Churches 1893-1993
- Day by Day 1900…..1938
- A History of the Mayodan Moravian Church 1896-1956
Other Digitized Memorabilia:
- Ayersville Baptist Church Clippings
- Stoneville Patron Registration Record [1959-1962]
- Stoneville Patron Registration Record [1962-1982]
- Speedwell Presbyterian Churchyard Graves
- Mayodan’s Episcopal Church of the Messiah Clippings
- Oak Grove Baptist Church Clippings
- Comer’s Chapel Baptist Church Clippings
These items and more than 1500 more are all available at the digital exhibit, Rockingham County Legacy: A Digital Heritage Project. To learn more about Rockingham County Public Library and to see even more interesting Memorabilia, visit the contributor page or the website. To see more digitized physical objects available on DigitalNC, please use the following link.