Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Photograph of the home of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Hoffman in Woodstock. Dr. Hoffman worked as a family doctor. He and his family were active members of the St. Paul's Reformed Church in Woodstock. This church is now called St. Paul's United Church of…

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Portrait of Frank Gearing, Jr., as a young man. His parents were Frank Wilson and Bertha Whalley Gearing. He became a medical doctor in the area.

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Portrait of Dr. Frank Wilson Gearing, Sr., son of Marcellus and Mary Santmiers Gearing. Frank was born in about 1892 and married his first wife, Bertha Whalley in 1917. They had two sons together: Frank Gearing Jr. and John K. Gearing. Bertha died…

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Photograph of Dr. Frank Wilson Gearing Sr. examining a microscope.

The picture was taken inside his office located on Main Street in Woodstock Virginia.

The image is undated.

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Dr. F. Wilson Gearing, Sr., practiced medicine in Woodstock in the 1950's. As of 2006, his grandson, F.W. Gearing, III, M.D., had his practice on Medical Avenue in Harrisonburg.

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When the Shenandoah Valley-Herald highlighted the work of Dr. Regina Karmy, they noted she believed “a woman’s place is in the home.” They also observed she just as firmly believed she was “entitled to a place in the operating room.”

Dr. Karmy,…

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When the Shenandoah Valley-Herald highlighted the work of Dr. Regina Karmy, they noted she believed “a woman’s place is in the home.” They also observed she just as firmly believed she was “entitled to a place in the operating room.”

Dr. Karmy,…
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