Shenandoah County Library Archives

Shenandoah County Library Digital Archives

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Postcard showing B.E. Nelson's wheat field.

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Letter sent from the Virginia Department of Agriculture, Division of Markets, to Fred C. Didawick of the Edinburg Hatchery outlining test results conducted for the Bacillary White Diarrhea disease among the hatchery's chickens. The results announced…

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Photographs of business displays at the Shenandoah County Fair. Those pictured include local appliance stores and farm implement companies. They originated with Charles Bauserman but were most likely taken by William Garber of Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Photograph of a group of women working to can peaches at a commercial establishment. The identies of the workers and their location is unknown.

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Photograph of individuals working to can peaches at a commercial establishment. The identifies of the workers and their location is unknown.

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Photograph of three cows at an unidentified farm.

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Photograph showing several unidentified men working with crops and farm equipment in front of a silo and barn.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing tractors participating in the corn harvest at an unidentified farm.

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Photographs showing a groups of farmers/agricultural laborers making hay with horse powered equipment. The photographs are dated August 26 1929.

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Photographs (3) showing sheep on an unidentified farm in Shenandoah County. Photographs are dated August 26, 1929.

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This picture shows a paper milk-bottle cap produced by Woodstock Virginia’s Ford-Cooley Dairy. The dairy was located just south of Woodstock near Narrow Passage. It operated from sometime in the 1930s until around 1960.

It would have been used…

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing Cloverbloom Frying Chicken. This item was displayed during the opening ceremony for the Shen-Valley Meat Packers Inc. plant in Timberville Virginia. The plant opened in late 1949.

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Photograph showing sets of harnessed horses in a field somewhere in Shenandoah County.

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Photograph showing an unidentified man and woman at a peach farm. Bushels of peaches and a pike of seed can be seen in the background. The location of the photograph is unknown.

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Photograph showing an unidentified man carrying a basket while picking fruit.

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Photograph showing an unidentified man with a commercial sterilizer used for processing canned peaches.

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Photograph showing four unidentified men and an unidentified boy in front of a large stack of. The location and date of the photograph are unknown.

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Photograph showing two unidentified men posing with several pieces of steam powered farm equipment. The location of the picture is unknown.

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Photograph of an unidentified man and woman standing with bushles of picked peaches. The photograph was taken at an unknown location.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of a series of poultry houses under construction. They are located on the west side of US Route 11 just north of New Market Virginia. The structures were built by H.B. Long of New Market…

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of a series of poultry houses under construction. They are located on the west side of US Route 11 just north of New Market Virginia. The structures were built by H.B. Long of New Market…

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Postcard showing individuals loading hay onto horse drawn wagons near New Market Virginia.

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Postcard showing a crew of men with a team of horses and mules seeding farmland on Meem's Bottom. Located just south of Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Postcard with a picture of the former Middletown School building when it was used as an Agricultural High School.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing baby chickens (peepies) at Shenk Chicks. This organization was located between Broadway and Timberville in Rockingham County Virginia.
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