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Name Hunter, W. P.

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Image of Letter - November 7, 1918

Letter - November 7, 1918

A letter to the City Manager, Mr. W. F. Hunter, from H. W. Hobson. Pertains to the poor condition of sidewalk on Hamilton Terrace near Mr. Hobson's residence and would like it to be maintained during inclement weather. Letter written on letterhead of Roanoke City Mills. The Roanoke city directory for 1918 lists Mr. Hobson's address as 1418 Hamilton Terrace SE, and that he hold the position of Secretary with Roanoke City Mills.

Image of Letter - January 2, 1922

Letter - January 2, 1922

A letter to City Manager Mr. W. P. Hunter pertaining to cost of sidewalk in Virginia Heights area, from W. D. Wright of Magic City Realty Company, Inc.

Image of Letter from H. W. Hobson - August 10, 1923

Letter from H. W. Hobson - August 10, 1923

Letter dated August 10, 1923 from H. W. Hobson of Roanoke City Mills to W. P. Hunter, City Manager, pertaining to the construction of a house on Rosalind Avenue and Fourth Street in South Roanoke. Mr. Hobson is inquiring about the grading and sidewalks of the property in question.

Image of City Recreation Department Party - circa 1930

City Recreation Department Party - circa 1930

A Roanoke Times newspaper photograph of hosts and hostesses at a benefit card party sponsored by the City Recreation Department held at Hotel Patrick Henry in Roanoke, Virginia around 1930.

Image of Williams P. Hunter - A black and white photograph of Williams P. Hunter, the mayor of Roanoke from September 1, 1948 until August 31,1949.

Williams P. Hunter - A black and white photograph of Williams P. Hunter, the mayor of Roanoke from September 1, 1948 until August 31,1949.

A black and white photograph of Williams P. Hunter, the mayor of Roanoke from September 1, 1948 until August 31,1949.

Image of Acceptance of the Comprehensive Plan for the City of Roanoke - Image #1 is a black and white photograph of members of the City Council of the City of Roanoke, Virginia, together with the city Planning and Zoning Commissioners and others at a meeting held on May 20, 1929 when the Comprehensive City Plan prepared by John Nolen was accepted. The plan dealt with future land use in the City of Roanoke. Maps of the City of Roanoke are displayed in the background. 
Image #2 being the reverse of the photograph sets forth a somewhat confusing description of the seating arrangement of those present. Mayor Charles D. Fox sits directly under the clock at the head of the table. City Manager W.P. Hunter sits at the near left corner of the table.

Acceptance of the Comprehensive Plan for the City of Roanoke - Image #1 is a black and white photograph of members of the City Council of the City of Roanoke, Virginia, together with the city Planning and Zoning Commissioners and others at a meeting held on May 20, 1929 when the Comprehensive City Plan prepared by John Nolen was accepted. The plan dealt with future land use in the City of Roanoke. Maps of the City of Roanoke are displayed in the background. Image #2 being the reverse of the photograph sets forth a somewhat confusing description of the seating arrangement of those present. Mayor Charles D. Fox sits directly under the clock at the head of the table. City Manager W.P. Hunter sits at the near left corner of the table.

Image #1 is a black and white photograph of members of the City Council of the City of Roanoke, Virginia, together with the city Planning and Zoning Commissioners and others at a meeting held on May 20, 1929 when the Comprehensive City Plan prepared by John Nolen was accepted. The plan dealt with future land use in the City of Roanoke. Maps of the City of Roanoke are displayed in the background. Image #2 being the reverse of the photograph sets forth a somewhat confusing description of the seating arrangement of those present. Mayor Charles D. Fox sits directly under the clock at the head of the table. City Manager W.P. Hunter sits at the near left corner of the table.