Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Photograph showing an unidentified group of four men and women standing near the Shenandoah Alum Springs Hotel. Located in what is now the Bayse Community, Shenandoah Alum Springs was a popular resort that was founded sometime around 1874. It was…

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Postcard showing the Blue Stone Inn in Lacy Springs Virginia

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Postcard showing Burner's Hotel at Massanutton Heights near Luray Virginia.

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Postcard showing the Don-Dee Cabins located one mile south of New Market Virginia on Route 11.

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Postcard showing the Don-Dee Court Restaurant near New Market Virginia

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Postcard showing the Don-Dee Cabins located one mil south of New Market Virginia on Route 11

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Postcard advertising M.D's modern cabins located 1 1/2 miles north of New Market Virginia

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Postcard showing the Shenvalee Hotel in New Market Virginia

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Postcard showing the Shenvalee Motel located in New Market Virginia

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Postcard showing the Shenvalee Lodge and Motel in New Market Virginia

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Postcard flyer detaining the Shenvalee Hotel at New Market Virginia

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Postcard showing Bobby Jones exhibiting his skills in front of the Shenvalee Hotel in New Market Virginia. Includes description of the hotel.

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Postcard showing the Shenvalee Hotel in New Market Virginia.

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Postcard showing the Shenvalee Hotel in New Market Virginia

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Postcard showing the Shenvalee Hotel during the winter.

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Postcard showing the main structure at the Shenvalee Hotel in New Market Virginia.

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Postcard showing a boarding house operated by "Mrs." Zirkle" of New Market Virginia

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Postcard showing the exterior of the Colonial Hotel and scenes from its interior. The hotel was located in the center of New Market Virginia on US 11.

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Postcard showing the Hotel New Market located on Main Street in New Market Virginia. Description on back includes mention of running water and baths.

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Postcard showing the Lee-Jackson Hotel and central section of downtown in New Market Virginia

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Postcard showing the Lee-Jackson Hotel in New Market Virginia. Card notes it is "on the corner" of US Highway 11 and 211.

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Postcard showing the MD Restaurant and Motel located near New Market Virginia.

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Postcard showing the Blue Ridge Motor Lodge located one mile north of New Market Virginia. Owned at the time the card was produced by the Broeckel Brothers.

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Postcard showing the Blue Ridge Motor Lodge located one mile north of New Market Virginia. The hotel boasted air conditioning and free TV. At the time the card was produced it was operated by Phil and Elsie Broeckel.

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Postcard showing the Mountain Spring Park located on the Lee Highway near New Market Virginia. The house was the last structure before the New Market Gap and was demolished around 1950 when the road was altered.
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