Shenandoah County Library Archives

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If you had attended a community event in the 70s, or 80s you might have found Betty Showman there, dressed as the popular TV character Minnie Pearl.

A resident of Conicville, Betty began performing as Minnie in 1963. She took her act to various…

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In 1930 Web "W.O." Riley and Rev. H.S. Coffey organized the "Scout Tom Cats" football team. This photograph shows the players beside the Woodstock Methodist Church, who sponsored the team, in 1930. Massanutten Academy's coach Leroy Glunt outfitted…

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the Mayland Christian Church in Rockingham County Virginia.

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Photograph of Reformation Lutheran Church located in New Market Virginia. The picture was featured on dedication program for the newly constructed church which was held on June 17, 1956.

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Scan of an undated photograph showing three unidentified people at the St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church food booth at the Shenandoah County Fair.

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Scan of an undated photograph showing the Toms Brook Methodist Church's Methodist Men food stand at the Shenandoah County Fair.

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Scan of an undated photograph showing the Toms Brook Methodist Church's Methodist Men food stand at the Shenandoah County Fair.

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Scan of an undated photograph showing the Toms Brook Methodist Church's Methodist Men food stand at the Shenandoah County Fair.

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Scan of an undated photograph showing the Toms Brook Methodist Church's Methodist Men food stand at the Shenandoah County Fair.

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Scan of an undated photograph showing the Toms Brook Methodist Church's Methodist Men food stand at the Shenandoah County Fair.

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Scan of an undated photograph showing the Toms Brook Methodist Church's Methodist Men food stand at the Shenandoah County Fair.

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Cover page and last page of the Minutes of the Virginia Synod of the Lutheran Church, held at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Roanoke Virginia.

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Picture of the St. Davids Lutheran Church in Fort Valley Virginia. The congregation was formed around 1816 when the Lutheran worshipers in Fort Valley established their own church. The building pictured was constructed in 1873 after the previous…

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Photograph of Mt. Zion Lutheran Church located in Fort Valley Virginia. The church was constructed in 1897 by a group of dissidents who left the St. David's Church Congregation. The two churches would reunite in 1965.

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Postcard showing the United Brethern Church in Singers Glen Virginia and their pastor G.B. Fadley

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Postcard showing the Rader Lutheran Church near Timberville Virginia with historic dates and pastor's names.

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Postcard showing the Flatrock Church of the Brethren near Timberville Virginia

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Postcard showing Flat Rock Church of the Brethren near Timberville Virginia

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Postcard showing Flat Rock Church of the Brethren near Timberville Virginia

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Postcard showing the Fields Methodist Episcopal Church in Shenandoah Virginia. Includes description of church.

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Postcard showing the Mt. Zion Lutheran Church located four miles wet of New Market Virginia

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Postcard showing Faith Lutheran Church in Fort Valley Virginia

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Postcard showing the Smith Creek Baptist Church near New Market Virginia

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Postcard showing the Shell Struck Post near what is now Reformation Lutheran Church in New Market Virginia

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Postcard showing the Smith Creek Baptist Church which is located in New Market VA. The church was built in 1833 and used as a hospital during the Civil War.
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