Shenandoah County Library Archives

Shenandoah County Library Digital Archives

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Photograph of a crowd in front of the Washington Airport Terminal.

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Undated photograph showing an unidentified man in an amusement airplane ride at Washington Airport.

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Photograph showing a Massanutten Academy (now Massanutten Military Academy) football player.

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Photograph showing members of a football team for Massanutten Academy (now Massanutten Military Academy). This photograph is undated.

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Photograph showing members of a football team for Massanutten Academy (now Massanutten Military Academy). This photograph is undated.

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Document announcing public sale for the personal property of William C. Pettit, deceased. Pettit was a teacher who had taught for a period in Hardy County and then in Shenandoah County where he died sometime in the early 1850s.

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Photograph showing the teacher and class at Mt. Airy School in Shenandoah County, ca. 1914. The school was located in the Fairview/Jadwyn community near the intersection of what is now Back and Alonzoville Roads.

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Program for the May 11, 1928 "Health Day" at the Strasburg High School. Included are advertisements for Parker's Garage in Stevens City Virginia, the Virginia Restaurant, Kneisley's Drug Store, Peoples Drug Store, and Peoples National Bank in…

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Program for the Strasburg High School's Senior Class Play "Some Class" held on May 17, 1920.

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Photograph of Josephine Miller (Lynn) and Marie Boyer at Harrisonburg State Teacher's College sometime around 1930. Both graduated and became teachers in Shenandoah County.

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Undated photograph showing individuals at the St. Peters Lutheran Church Bible School in Toms Brook Virginia.

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Undated photograph showing individuals at the St. Peters Lutheran Church Bible School in Toms Brook Virginia. Pictured are:

Row 1, left to right: Bill Keckley, Roy Hottle, Unknown, Laura Miley, Kay Painter, Connie Dyke

Row 2, girls on right:…

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Photograph showing students at the Toms Brook School in 1893. The only identified individual is the teacher, "Miss Liculle Hottle" who is pictured in the rear by the door.

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Commencement announcement for the Toms Brook Class of 1946. Sent by Betty Lou Reger.

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Photograph showing the 1946 Toms Brook High School Varsity Softball team.

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Photograph showing the 1946 Toms Brook High School Varsity baseball team.

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Photograph showing the Toms Brook High School 1946 Girls Varsity Basketball Team and their principal. The team was county basketball champions that year.

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Undated photograph of the Maurertown School.

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Document appointing John A. Saum a district school trustee for the Madison District in Shenandoah County dated November 1, 1870. Saum operated a hardware store and would provide the majority of the materials for the construction of the Cedar Hill…

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Souvenir for Knupp's School (Number 15) issued following the 1904-1905 school year to Ada S. Andes. The school was located in the southwest portion of the county and burned in 1910.

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First grade report card issued to Oshal Lofton for the 1938-1939 session of school at the Fairmount Graded School near Zepp in Shenandoah County Virginia. It was issued by the teacher Alma Pitte.

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Photograph showing Massanutten Academy in Woodstock Virginia. The rear of the photograph is labeled "Massanutten Academy, Woodstock Va. This is the school I go to this season Roy Fravel ______ 1899"

Today this building is Riddleberger Hall on the…

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Chart showing the indebtedness of the various schools in Shenandoah County including state literary bonds and private loans.

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Photograph showing the Slate Hill School in Fort Valley as it appeared in a 1939 insurance survey of Shenandoah County School. In the report the school is described as a "one story frame building with a tin roof, stone foundation, wood sheeting…

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Photograph showing the junior class of Triplett High School in 1943,
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