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In 1805, the Union Fire Company of New Market was formed. Before then, fires were fought by a bucket brigade. In 1846, the Union Fire Company was replaced by the George Washington Fire Company, due to falling apart. The company eventually became the…

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Photograph of Chemstone when it burned down. Fred Stickley is pictured in the bottom left.

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Photograph of farm buildings in Strasburg.

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Group photograph of six men. Some are holding axes, while others are holding tool boxes. The men are E.G. Dingledine, Will Wolfe, Bob Zirkle, Frank Wolfe, Phil Bowers, and Newt Zirkle.

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The Edinburg Fire Department was founded in 1869. H.H. Riddleberger was captain and Robert Ruby and Green Swann were lieutenants. The department consisted of only a bucket brigade because the city did not have a water system. According to accounts,…

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Letter send by Shenandoah County resident Christopher Fansler to Mary C. Fansler in August 1863. At the time Christopher, a native of Woodstock VA, was serving in the Confederate Army's 12th Cavalry Regiment and was stationed in Culpeper Virginia.…

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Photograph of Frank Racey. Where photograph was taken is unknown.

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Photograph of the stable for Woodstock Hotel, located on Main Street in Woodstock, Virginia. The hotel's building is now the home of the Walton & Smoot Pharmacy.

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Reproduction of a photograph of four unidentified Caucasian children surrounding a young unidentified African-American woman.

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Photograph of four unidentified people crossing the North Fork of the Shenandoah River, near New Market. The people are crossing with a carriage and two horses.

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Photograph of carriage crossing Stoney Creek. As a child, Patsy Cline lived in the house to the left of the center house.

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Group photograph commemorating the Shenandoah Publishing House Picnic. Several are holding a banner recognizing the Woodstock Times.

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Photograph of a parade with a focus on a float called "Strasburg: Heart of the Shenandoah Valley." The parade was part of the Apple Blossom Festival.

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Photograph of bear in the wild.

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Photograph of unidentified woman feeding a doe.

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A photograph showing J.R. Miller standing in front of his tailor shop. The shop was located on Main Street in Woodstock, Virginia.

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Photograph of four children. The girl seated on the stump is Virginia Miller Lynn. The two boys are family members of her's. The African American girl is unidentified. The photograph was taken on Water Street, in Woodstock, Virginia. That area was…

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Photograph of three women and a man standing in a field. Where photograph was taken is unknown.

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Photograph of three unidentified women sitting at a picnic table with a cat.

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Photograph of a man standing on the roof of a building.

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Photograph of two unidentified children sit on one of two horses that are attached to a wagon filled with hay. The photograph was taken from an album belonging to the Hoshour Miller family, who lived in Woodstock, Virginia.

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Photograph of a boy and girl in a garden. The photograph was taken from an album belonging to the Hoshour Miller family, who lived in Woodstock, Virginia.

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A photograph of a woman and two children standing in the covered bridge in Toms Brook, Virginia.

The image is taken from a photograph album related to the Miley family of Toms Brook, Virginia.

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Photograph of a small boy named Ralph eating a slice of watermelon while sitting on another watermelon. Where photograph was taken is unknown.

The image is taken from a photograph album related to the Miley family of Toms Brook, Virginia.

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A formal wedding portrait. The back of the photograph identify the bride as Lois Evans. The groom's name is first labeled as Lem Evans (of Edinburg, Virginia), but is then crossed out and is replaced with Bill Marks.
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