Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Color postcard with a picture of Apple Blossoms on trees in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.
Photograph of apples still clinging to tree.
Photograph of workers in Asa A. Sheetz' apple orchard west of Woodstock on Narrow Passage Creek. Identified are (l to r): Edgar Kibler, Darus Kibler, Hugh Peters, ?, ?, Asa A Sheetz (behind grader), Noah Sheetz, ?, ?, ?, ?, John Swartz and Jacob…
Four unidentified women sitting or standing between rows of blooming apple trees.
Photograph of a Shenandoah Valley landscape with leafless apple trees visible. Plate shows emulsion damage.
Photograph of a large apple tree in bloom. Other trees in bloom are also visible.
Photograph of the apple workers, posed on large barrels, outside the processing plant of J.G. Gravely in Woodstock. The words, "Virginia Valley Fruit Growers. "Lady Bird & Red Top" brands" are also visible at the bottom of the image.
Photograph of a type of fruit processing machine manufactured by the Grabill Plant located at the South Square of Woodstock. This business was eventually taken over by the FMC Corporation.

Advertisement pamphlet produced by R.D. Newland promoting the demonstration of a "Hydraulic Cider Press and Apple Butter Boiller."

Based on included dates, the document was most likely printed in 1898. R.D. (Richard) Newland operated an Apple…
Postcard with a picture of an Apple Orchard somewhere in the Shenandoah Valley and description of the apple industry in the area.
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