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Ten dollar note produced by the Mount Jackson National Bank. The note is considered a "National Bank Note" and was printed on June 7, 1904. It was one of 11,527 produced by the bank that year.

Note the ink mark above 3209 in the top right corner.…

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Photograph of Julia Virginia Fansler from the 1949 "The Beacon," Triplett High School Yearbook. Julia was the librarian at the school and a graduate of Madison College, now James Madiston University.

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Bonnie Mawyer came to Shenandoah County in 1975. Her and her husband Roger moved to the Avendale Acres subdivision in Mt. Jackson after he was hired to manage the WSIG radio station.

A third grade teacher at New Market Elementary School, Bonnie…

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Program of movies shown at the New Market and Mt. Jackson Theatres, week of April 1 1935.

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Four (4) photographs showing the aftermath of a February 14, 1925 fire that destroyed the Triplett High and Vocational School in Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Photograph showing people viewing a crashed bus from "Monumental Motor Tours Inc." in Mt. Jackson Virginia. The crash struck the home of Burgess Nelson which was located on the northern end of town where the current headquaters of Holtzman Corp is…

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Photograph showing a crashed bus from "Monumental Motor Tours Inc." in Mt. Jackson Virginia. The crash struck the home of Burgess Nelson which was located on the northern end of town where the current headquaters of Holtzman Corp is located.

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Photograph showing a police officer and others looking at a crashed bus from "Monumental Motor Tours Inc." in Mt. Jackson Virginia. The crash struck the home of Burgess Nelson which was located on the northern end of town where the current…

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Photograph showing individuals leaving a crashed bus from "Monumental Motor Tours Inc." in Mt. Jackson Virginia. The crash struck the home of Burgess Nelson which was located on the northern end of town where the current headquaters of Holtzman Corp…

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Photograph showing the junior class of Triplett High School in 1943,

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Invoice from Lester W. Hansberger of Mt. Jackson Virginia issued to the Shenandoah County School Board for Shake Kindling. The items were sent to the Mt. Jackson "Colored School."

It was approved by B.E. Nelson, school trustee and paid on April…

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Photograph showing people coming from a crashed Monumental Motor Tours bus. The crash was located at the Burgess Nelson house on the southern end of Mt. Jackson, the present site of Holtzman Oil Corporation. The date of the incident is unknown.

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Photograph showing a Monumental Motor Tours bus crashed into a shrub. The crash was located at the Burgess Nelson house on the southern end of Mt. Jackson, the present site of Holtzman Oil Corporation. The date of the incident is unknown.

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Card reporting on the condition of the Mt. Jackson National Bank dated April 6 1885.

Directors include J.I. Triplett, Israel Allen, Robert M. Lantz, George W. Minnick, S.R. Hoover, Monroe Funkhouser, Joseph H. Ruby, Henry S. Wunder, and John P.…

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Scan of the Triplett Trumpeter from May 24, 1943. The Trumpeter was a newspaper produced by the students and staff of Triplett High School in Mt. Jackson Virginia. Four (4) pages total.

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Photograph showing Selena Hines. Taken from the 1957 Triplett High School Yearbook. Selena was secretary of that school for many years.

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Photograph showing Anna Lee Emswiler. Taken from the 1957 Triplett High School Yearbook. It noted Anna was a "Lee Class Office," Beta Club Officer, FHA Officer, on the Paper and Annual Staffs, and a member of the school's SCA.

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A brochure printed to describe the history of the Mt. Jackson Colored Cemetery around the time of the cemetery's re-dedication in 2004.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of Mt. Jackson Virginia. The image shows the area immediately adjacent to the interchange with the recently completed motel.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing an aerial view of Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the interior of the Nelson Theater in Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the interior of the Nelson Theater in Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the interior of the Nelson Theater in Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the Nelson Theater in Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing the interior of the Nelson Theater in Mt. Jackson Virginia.
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