Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Postcard showing a picture of J.F. Holtzman's residence in Edinburg Virginia.

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Postcard with a picture of the building that serves as the Masonic Temple in Edinburg Virginia.

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Postcard with a picture of an unknown man on a horse in Edinburg Virginia.

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Postcard showing a picture of the "Homestead" located in Edinburg Virginia.

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Postcard showing a picture of a man and a water pump in Edinburgh Virginia.

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Postcard showing a photograph of the Edinburg Grade School in Edinburg Virginia. The building is no longer standing.

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Postcard showing a photograph of the passenger depot in Edinburg Virginia. The structure is now located on N. High Street.

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Color postcard with a photograph of the Hotel Edinburg located in Edinburg Virginia.

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Postcard with a photograph of the Hotel Edinburg located in Edinburg Virginia. Today it is the VFW post and is on Stony Creek Blvd.

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Postcard with a photograph of the Hotel Edinburg located in Edinburg Virginia. Today it is the VFW post and is on Stony Creek Blvd.

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Color postcard with a picture of Stony Creek taken from the Railroad Bridge in Edinburg Virginia.

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Color postcard with a picture of an unknown road in Edinburg Virginia.

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Postcard with a picture of Stony Creek taken from near Edinburg Virginia.

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Postcard with a picture of the mouth of Stony Creek located at Columbia Furnace near Edinburg Virginia.

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Postcard with a picture of a swinging bridge across Stony Creek near Edinburg Virginia.

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Postcard with a picture showing the Shenandoah River and the Massanutten Mountain taken near Edinburg Virginia.

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Color postcard with a picture of the "Edinburg Gap" in the Massanutten Mountain located near Edinburg Virginia.

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Envelope featuring an etching of the Camp Roosevelt sign and stamp/emblem celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Civilian Conservation Corps founding.

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Color postcard with a picture of the Inn at Narrow Passage located between Woodstock and Edinburg Virginia. The Inn is described as a log bed and breakfast built in the 1740s overlooking the Shenandoah River.

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Postcard with a picture of the Locust Grove Inn located near Edinburg Virginia.

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Postcard with a picture of the Union Forge Church located near Lantz Mills and Edinburg Virginia.

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Postcard with a picture of the Whissen Mill located between Edinburg and Woodstock Virginia located on Stoney Creek.

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Postcard with a picture of the Whissen Mill located between Edinburg and Woodstock Virginia on Stoney Creek. Billed as the only mill not burnt in the valley during the Civil War.

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Color postcard showing the Whissen Mill which was located just east of Edinburg Virginia along Stoney Creek.

It was one of two mills in the Town of Edinburg that survived the Civil War. Originally constructed in 1817 by Joseph Wissen, it burned…

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Postcard with a picture of the Shenandoah River, house, and the Massanutten Mountain taken from near Edinburg Virginia.
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