Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Photo of a photo of an unidentified girl hugging a young horse.
Horse-drawn carriage with an unidentified driver shown in front of a home in winter. Four unidentified children are visible on the front porch and snow is everywhere.
Large horse standing on an unpaved town street and held by a partially visible person. A horse-drawn carriage is visible in the background.
Unidentified man wearing a suit and hat holding the halter of a large horse.
Unidentified man wearing a hat and holding the reins of two large horses wearing harnesses.
Photograph of Peter Edgar Craig seated in a carriage drawn by two horses. According to his grandson, Mr. Craig was very proud of his matched team; both horses had matching white "stars" on their foreheads.
Unidentified young woman standing beside a large black horse.
Photo of an unidentified child sitting on top of a large horse. A man is holding the child in place but only his legs and hat are visible.
Unidentified man wearing a hat and seated in a carriage hitched to a horse.
Photograph of an unidentified man holding the halter of a large horse. The home visible behind them is located at 105 N. Muhlenberg Street in Woodstock. That home was owned for a time by Col. James Williams and his wife, Cora. It was also theā€¦
Photograph of an unidentified father and daughter on horseback. The image is taken in front of the house they lived in on the corner of Court and Muhlenberg Streets in Woodstock. The building later became the Miller Nursing Home.
Photograph of four horses hitched to a delivery wagon outside the Morrison Photo studio on W. Court Street in Woodstock. An unidentified man stands beside the team.
Unidentified man holding the reins of a large black horse.
Photograph of an unidentified man sitting in a carriage that is led by a horse.
Photograph of an unidentified man on the right helping to pose a large white horse wearing a harness.
Panoramic shot of a horse grazing in a field and standing in front of a white barn. Small, pointy hill is visible in the background.
Photograph of a photograph of an unidentified two-story home with two unidentified women in a horse-drawn cart on the front lawn. Another unidentified man stands near the front of the horse.
Photograph of a photograph of unidentified children in and around a cart that is hitched to a horse.

Plate shows damage.
Photograph of Harry Ritenour's Blacksmith shop in Maurertown with several unidentified people, horses, and a buggy shown.
Buggy and thoroughbred horse named "Laura". Both belonged to Hugh Morrison, Jr. The buggy was most likely manufactured by William B. Morrison, a carriage-maker of Woodstock. He was Hugh Morrison, Jr.'s uncle.
Unidentified man standing beside his wagon. A team of two horses are ready to pull.
Unidentified men standing by a large barn. Photograph has faded.
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.

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.

Twp photographs showing two unidentified men loading or unloading a wagon filled with hay.

Based on the date of a related image, these photographs most likely date to ca. 1916.
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