Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Photograph of the Oscar Hottel Farm near Woodstock. Pictured left to right are: Allie Feagans Hottel, her husband, Charles Hottel, their daughter, Helen Hottel Fahnestock, and their son, W. Jacob Hottel.

Some of the family's livestock, crops, and…

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Photograph of an unidentified farm with a house and multiple other buildings. There is a river in the foreground and a mountain visible behind the house. "6398-03367" is written on the glass plate.

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Photograph of a group of unidentified farm workers standing around two horses pulling a piece of farm equipment. In addition to the men in farm clothes, there is a man wearing a suit as well as a man with a cook's apron holding a large pan and…

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Photograph of the Oscar Hottel Farm near Woodstock. Pictured left to right are: Allie Feagans Hottel, her husband, Charles Hottel, their daughter, Helen Hottel Fahnestock, and their son, W. Jacob Hottel.

Some of the family's livestock, crops, and…

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Panorama of an unidentified farm house on a knob with various barns and outbuildings around it.

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Photograph of the Bushong Farm located in the New Market Battlefield State Historical Park north of New Market, Virginia. The Federal-styled home was built in 1825 to accommodate Jacob Bushong and Sarah Strickler's growing family.

The 1864…

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Panoramic shot of an unidentified farm house surrounded by outbuildings and the scenic Shenandoah Valley. Plate shows emulsion damage.

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Image of several unidentified farm buildings taken from across a field.

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Photograph of a rural farmhouse and barn set against a mountain backdrop.

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Unidentified farm buildings with hilly terrain and mountains in the background.

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Photograph of a painting done in 1880 by Julia Kagey of Locust Vale Farm. The farm was located southwest of the Shenandoah Caverns Exit of I-81, in the Rude's Hill area. John Henry Neff purchased 470 acres of land in 1750. It was divided among his…

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Photograph of a photograph showing an unidentified shed on the edge of a cultivated field.

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Side view of a two-story farmhouse with covered front porch and an outbuilding in the back yard.

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Panoramic view of unidentified farm showing two-story farmhouse with covered front porch, large barn on the left, and numerous other outbuildings.

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Farm buildings photographed from across a field. Image includes profile of a two-story home and several outbuildings. Land slopes upwards behind the buildings.

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Photograph of a cluster of farm buildings taken from across a field. Image includes profile of a farmhouse, a large barn, and several outbuildings. An unidentified man is in the foreground.

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Unidentified men standing by a large barn. Photograph has faded.

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Unidentified people standing in the doorway of a large barn on Samuel Crabill's farm located on Ridgeley Road, Woodstock.

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Roy Gochenour with two horses and a plow. Mr. Gochenour had a farm on Ridgely Road in Woodstock. His son, Lewis Gochenour still lived there in 2002.

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Photograph of Sam Crabill's farm on Ridgely Road in Woodstock. Sam's wife was a Windle. The farm buildings are no longer there.

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Photograph of two unknown men with a young horse right outside a barn. Farm tools are visible in the background. The photograph was taken ca. 1929.

On the back of the photograph, someone wrote the number 4.
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