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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the "Abbie Henkel House" at the corner of US Route 211 and US Route 11 in New Market Virginia. Built around 1802, this limestone and brick house has had several resedential and commercial occupants.…

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the "Abbie Henkel House" at the corner of US Route 211 and US Route 11 in New Market Virginia. Built around 1802, this limestone and brick house has had several resedential and commercial occupants.…

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the "Abbie Henkel House" at the corner of US Route 211 and US Route 11 in New Market Virginia. Built around 1802, this limestone and brick house has had several resedential and commercial occupants.…

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the "Abbie Henkel House" at the corner of US Route 211 and US Route 11 in New Market Virginia. Built around 1802, this limestone and brick house has had several resedential and commercial occupants.…

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the "Abbie Henkel House" at the corner of US Route 211 and US Route 11 in New Market Virginia. Built around 1802, this limestone and brick house has had several resedential and commercial occupants.…

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Photographs showing the Bauserman home Improvement store display at the Shenandoah County Fair.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the Burgess Nelson home (on left) and his gas station located on the north end of Mt. Jackson Virginia. Today the site is home to Holtzman Corporation's offices.

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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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Postcard showing the Everygreen Fernery located 1/4 mile north of New Market Virginia. The site had a large selection of tropical plants.

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This photograph shows what was the Gulf Gasoline Station in New Market Virginia. Taken by Mt. Jackson photograph Hoyle Garber, the photograph was most likely used to market the service station when it opened in the late 1940s. Pictured are two…

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of the Johns Manville Plant loacted between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia shortly after its construction. Today the building is used as a warehouse.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of the Johns Manville Plant loacted between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia shortly after its construction. Today the building is used as a warehouse.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of the Johns Manville Plant loacted between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia shortly after its construction. Today the building is used as a warehouse.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of the Johns Manville Plant loacted between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia shortly after its construction. Today the building is used as a warehouse.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of the Johns Manville Plant loacted between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia shortly after its construction. Today the building is used as a warehouse.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of the Johns Manville Plant loacted between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia shortly after its construction. Today the building is used as a warehouse.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an unidentified woman working at the Johns Manville Plant. Located between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia, the plant is now closed at the building is used as a warehouse.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing two unidentified men working at the Johns Manville Plant. Located between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia, the plant is now closed at the building is used as a warehouse.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of the Johns Manville Plant loacted between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia shortly after its construction. Today the building is used as a warehouse.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of the Johns Manville Plant loacted between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia shortly after its construction. Today the building is used as a warehouse.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of the Johns Manville Plant loacted between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia shortly after its construction. Today the building is used as a warehouse.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of the Johns Manville Plant loacted between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia shortly after its construction. Today the building is used as a warehouse.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of the Johns Manville Plant loacted between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia shortly after its construction. Today the building is used as a warehouse.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of the Johns Manville Plant loacted between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia shortly after its construction. Today the building is used as a warehouse.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of the Johns Manville Plant loacted between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia shortly after its construction. Today the building is used as a warehouse.
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