Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of Fort Valley Virginia.

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Scan of a photograph showing Jack Boyer of Fort Valley Virginia.

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Scan of a photograph showing Ella Boyer of Fort Valley Virginia in 1900.

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Scan of a photograph showing Marcellus Boyer of Fort Valley Virginia.

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Scan of a photograph showing the Toms Brook High School Class of 1937.

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Scan of a photograph showing the Toms Brook High School Class of 1937, which graduated on June 8th of that year. On the back row, 6th from left is Mary Frances Orndorff who later became a Home Exonomic teacher. Also identified in the front row is…

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Scan of a photograph showing an aerial view of the Dry Run area in Fort Valley Virginia on April 15, 1936. This shows what is today the intersection of Fort Valley Road and Dry Run road.

Visible on the left corner of the intersection is the Union…

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Scan of a photograph showing Ezra Boyer and Frank Boyer grinding susage using a car's axle to power the grinder. Sam Ritenour is shown in the back. All are from Fort Valley Virginia and most likely this photograph was taken on a "butchering day."

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Scan of a photograph showing Quinten Burke. of Fort Valley Virginia.

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Scan of a photograph showing Frank Boyer and Eddie Rhyman of Fort Valley Virginia in a horse and buggy.

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Scan of a photograph showing Benjamin Franklin Boyer Jr. of Fort Valley Virginia.

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Scan of a photograph showing Myrtle Frances Cullers Boyer of Fort Valley Virginia. .

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Scan of a photograph showing Myrtle Frances Cullers Boyer of Fort Valley Virginia. . The photograph includes information about her watch.

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Photograph showing members of the Boyer family of Fort Valley Virginia. Pictured on the back row from left to right are:
-Sam Boyer who ran the Pelton Post Office
-Edith Boyer Burke
-Charlotte "Lottie" Munch Boyer. She married Sam Boyer after he…

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Photograph of a Boyer family in Fort Valley. From left to right are Benjamin Franklin Boyer Jr., Ray Franklin Boyer, and Myrtle Frances Cullers Boyer.

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Photograph of Ray Franklin Boyer and his sister Eva Boyer.

Eva Mae Boyer and Franklin Ray Boyer
Photograph showing Eva Mae Boyer (Ritenour) and Ray Franklin Boyer of Fort Valley. The family account notes Ray was bare footed because he had contracted poison ivy and couln't wear his shoes.

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Photograph of Ray Franklin Boyer (b. June 15 1918-d. July 5 1995) of Fort Valley Virginia.

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Photograph showing Benjamin Franklin Boyer and his wide Julia Penelope McInturff Boyer, both of Fort Valley Virginia.

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Ledger book containing the minutes of the Powells Fort Community and Improvement League Minutes from 1915-1916.

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Teachers register for Slate Hill School No. 10 located in Fort Valley Virginia.

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Cover of the Fort Valley Works book produced by the Fort Valley Elementary School. The book features stories from Fort Valley residents, surveys about their community, and analysis by students.

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Cover and a page from Samuel Coverstone's journal. Coverstone lived in Fort Valley Virginia.

St. Davids Lutheran Church Fort Valley.jpg
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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