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Photograph of 3 separate images of the same two people. The woman has been identified as Beverly Lichliter Peer but the man is still unidentified.
Portrait of the young Lichliter family. George and Gladys are seated on a bench with their baby daughter, Shelby, in George's arms. "George Lichliter" is written on the glass plate.
Portrait of Ruby Lichliter.
The name, "Ruby Lichliter" is written on the glass plate of this image of a young woman.
Photograph of Douglas Calhoun and his wife, Margaret Lichliter. Both are dressed in their Sunday best.
The name, "Wm. F. Lichliter" is written on the glass plate for this image of a man posed in a 3-piece suit.
Portrait of Charles F. Lichliter wearing his U.S. Army Air Force uniform.
Portrait of Herbert "Hink" Powell in his U.S. Army uniform. He was the son of Kemper and Zola Powell and had a sister named Margie Powell Lichliter.
Group of high school students in front of the Strasburg High School. The following have been identified:
1st Row (l to r): ?, Cecilia Horan, Marguerite Boles, Mildred Fund Gordon, Ada Lineburg, Beatrick Booth, Dorothy Lutz, Lillie Lichliter…
Photograph of a gravestone for the Lichliter family.
Group of Strasburg High School students posed in front of the section of the school that later burned. The following students have been identified: Front row (l to r) ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, Marjorie Lichliter, John Saum; 2nd row (l to r): ?, ?, ?, ?, ?,…
Margaret Lichliter Calhoun was the daughter of Roy A. Lichliter and Helen O'Neal.
Tom Lichliter pictured in a military uniform and holding a cigarette. He was later killed in a car accident.

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Photograph labeled "3 Old Maids." It shows three women, Pauline Lichliter is on the right. It is part of a scrapbook showing images from Dunsmore Business College in Staunton Virginia. Pauline attended the college in the 1920s.

Photograph showing two women with a steam locomotive. The woman standing is Elizabeth Williams Lichliter whose husband William worked for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at the Strasburg Junction Depot. The younger woman on the locomotive may be one…

Photograph showing from left to right Pauline, Zelda, and Marjorie Lichliter. The three sisters lived in Strasburg Virginia.

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Photograph showing three women at a wedding. From left to right they are Connie Cary, Caroline O'Bryant (bride), and Pauline Lichliter.

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Photograph showing Emma Lichliter Burkett.

Photograph of an unidentified girl on a bicycle. Most likely she is a member of the Lichliter family.

Photograph showing an unidentified female member of the Lichliter family. The picture was taken in Strasburg Virginia.

On December 28th, 1926 Miss Zelda Lichliter of Strasburg Virginia received this New Year’s card from Seona of Richmond Virginia.

New Year cards were initially developed in the 19th century as secular versions of Christmas cards. Their use soon…

Sometime between 1900 and 1925, one member of the Lichliter family produced this drawing. Unfortunately, whoever was responsible failed to leave any information behind.

What we do know is that the Lichliters lived on Washington Street in…

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On June 1, 1915 J.R. Selz, of the Chicago-based Selz, Schwab & Co., sent this letter to Pauline Lichliter of Strasburg Virginia, notifying her that she had been awarded the coveted Morris Selz Liberty Bell Medal.

Named for the Selz Company’s…
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