Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Frederick A. “Freddie” Frye was a Woodstock resident. During the Second World War he served in the US Navy as a Seabee.

He was co-owner and manager of the Ideal Food Market located on Main Street, later the Woodstock IGA Grocery Store, from the…

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Photograph of the Freshman class of Woodstock High School. Ruth Rice, Edna Burner, and Arlene Vann are in the photograph although we do not know where. Gladys Richman Peer Copp was the 1st girl in the 2nd row from the top. The teacher on the far left…

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Group of students posed together outside Woodstock High School. The girl standing 3rd from the right in the front row is Edna Mae Richman Rickard. The others have not been identified.

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A portrait of Louise Richman Frye.

She was the daughter of Walter and Lucy Richman and was married to Frederick A. "Freddie" Frye for over 60 years.

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Photograph of Elliot Milton Richman (1932-2010) as a child. His parents were Walter and Lucy Richman. In May 1955, he married Patsy Kay Painter in Maurertown. Her parents were Charles Hubert Painter and Mary Elizabeth Combs.

When he married,…

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John Richman, standing.

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Photograph of Clara Gochenour Richman as a young woman.

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Portrait of Melissa Richman Borden in her later years, seated and wearing glasses and a watch.
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