Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Broadside for the "Public Sale of Personal Property" from the estate of "Mrs P.C. Holler" (Letitia Bell Hollar) to be held on June 16 1951 at her home in Edinburg Virginia.

The auction was conducted by auctioneer Charles Goltz under the direction…

Statement issued by the Shenandoah Co-Operative Farm Bureau to the Edinburg Hatchery for items purchased during the month of November 1939.

Photograph showing an unidentified individual with bicycle in front of the Pearl White Theater.

The theater was located on Main Street in Edinburg.

The photograph is undated.

Photograph showing an unidentified woman walking along Main Street in Edinburg Virginia.

The photograph is facing north. An advertisement sign for "The Homestead Coffee Shoppe" is visible in the foreground.

The photograph is undated, but…

Photograph showing the railroad bridge crossing Stoney Creek in Edinburg after it was destroyed by a fire.

The photograph is undated, but the fire occurred on August 2, 1915.

Letter sent from the Superintendent of the Railway Mail Service to the Shenandoah Iron & Coal Company in Liberty Furnace Virginia.

The letter notes the Postal Department had approved delivery of mail using the company's rail line between Edinburg…

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Photograph of Esther Catherine Foltz Miller.

Published in the Shenandoah Herald on June 26, 1969 as part of their "Country Kitchens" series.

Esther was born April 18, 1911 to Barney and Katie Virginia Foltz. She married Raymond F. Miller on…

Publication produced by the Edinburg Lion's Club for the 1953-1954 year.

The publication includes a list of membership, their officers, objectives, and committee assignments.

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1974 photograph of Evelyn Sheetz Williams, a resident of Shenandoah County Virginia.

Pamphlet produced for a "Masonic Banquet" held at the Riverside Tea Room on June 25, 1924.

This banquet appears to include representation from the Mt. Jackson Lodge, the Hunter Lodge in Edinburg Virginia, and the Cassia Lodge in Woodstock…

Trifold brochure advertising the Cave Spring Resort in Edinburg Virginia.

The brochure includes information on the motel, local activities, fishing, and the "Shenandoah Valley Bowl" which was a venue for country, Blue Grass, and Folk music. The…

Program published for the dedication of the Shenandoah County Library Building dated September 10, 2000.

The program features a history of the library system, overview of the building, schedule for the dedication ceremony, and list of donors.

Invoice issued to the "Corporation of Edinburg" by H.A. Whissen & Brothers, manufacturers of flour, feel, and meal.

The invoice is dated September 6, 1906 and is for $5.35 worth of items purchased between December 1905 and August 1906.

Letter from Mary Jane Noel of Vaucouleurs, Meuse, France, to Charlotte Sheetz of Edinburg, Virginia, USA.

The letter discusses the war and Charlotte's son Don L. Sheetz who had become acquainted with Mary Jane Noel while serving in France.

This photograph shows a portion of the "wagonner shed" that was located along the Valley Turnpike (US Route 11) in Edinburg Virginia.

The shed was used by crews operating freight wagons on the Valley Turnpike. These wagons carried produce and…

Photograph of individuals participating in the play "The Ole Family Album" held at the Edinburg Theater.

This production was held on March 26, 1953 by the Madison District Auxiliary of the Shenandoah County Memorial Hospital. Proceeds were…

Photograph of Linden Malcolm Winesburg sitting outside.

Mary Ann Williamson wrote about Linden and his family in her book, The History of Edinburg, Virginia. In the book, she notes that the Winesburg family were prominent tinsmithers in Edinburg.…

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Undated photograph showing "Miss Edith (May) Miller."

Edith Milller was born March 28, 1878 in Edinburg Virginia and died on April 28, 1955 in the same town. Her parents were George M. and Fannie Vincent Miller. Siblings were W.V. Miller,…

Complimentary rail pass issued to George Rye, Treasurer of Virginia, by the "Richmond & Danville and Piedmont Railroad Co's." in 1871. Rye was a resident of Edinburg Virginia

Undated cabinet card photograph labeled "Ella." It was produced by the Irwin Photo Co. of Edinburg Virginia.

Photograph of an unidentified man standing and smoking.

The reverse of the image is labeled "Edinburg Va Aug. 1916"

In 1975 Dorothy L. Campbell became a clerk at the post office in Woodstock. A Shenandoah Valley-Herald report on her hiring noted she had a high score of over 96 on the Civil Service examination needed to secure that position. According to Postmaster…

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