Finding aid to the Terrell Dillon Moseley Glass Slide Collection

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JONES MEMORIAL LIBRARY
2311 MEMORIAL AVENUE
LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA 24501
(434) 846-0501
TERRELL DILLON MOSELEY GLASS SLIDE COLLECTION
The collection includes early 20th century glass lantern slides of scenes of
Lynchburg, Va., and Central Virginia, around 1900-1920.
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Confederate flag
Confederate monument, Old City Cemetery
Group picture (individuals unknown)
Jones Memorial Library
Lynch building (9th and Main Streets)
Miller Orphanage
Randolph-Macon Woman’s College
Rivermont (featuring Jones Memorial Library)
Rivermont Bridge
Street View
Street View
Street View
Street View
Street View
View of Lynchburg from Amherst County
Williams Viaduct (ca. 1916)
Unknown building
TERRELL DILLON MOSELEY (1932-2016)

Terrell Dillon Moseley, son of Terrell Edwin Moseley and Ethelyn Dillon, was
born 10 September 1932, in Lynchburg, Virginia. He graduated from E.C. Glass High
School and received a Bachelor of Science from Virginia Tech and a Master of Science
from the University of Illinois. He served in the United States Air Force and achieved
the rank of Captain. He was president of the Terrell E. Moseley, Inc. Heating and Air
Conditioning Company and served on the Virginia State Building Technical Review
Board. He was also president of the Virginia Plumbing, Heating and Cooling
Contractors. He was also a member of Centenary United Methodist Church, president of
the District Methodist Christian Workers School and a district trustee. He was a member
of the Greater Lynchburg Chamber of Commerce and on several boards in the
community. He was a professional engineer and received Engineer of the Year Award
from the local chapter of the Virginia Society of Professional Engineers.
Terrell Dillon Mosely, husband of Doris Duncan, died on 8 October 2016 in
Lynchburg and is buried in Spring Hill Cemetery.
MS1105

Dublin Core

Title

Finding aid to the Terrell Dillon Moseley Glass Slide Collection

Subject

Finding aids
Slides (Photography)
Moseley, Terrell Dillon (1932-2016)

Description

Finding aid to the Terrell Dillon Moseley Glass Slide Collection held at Jones Memorial Library. The collection includes early 20th century glass lantern slides of scenes in Lynchburg and Central Virginia.

Creator

George M. Jones Memorial Library

Publisher

George M. Jones Memorial Library

Date

2023

Rights

George M. Jones Memorial Library

Format

PDF (Computer file format)

Language

English

Identifier

MS1105FA

Citation

George M. Jones Memorial Library, “Finding aid to the Terrell Dillon Moseley Glass Slide Collection,” Digital Collections, accessed June 22, 2024, https://digitaljones.omeka.net/items/show/123.