Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Photograph overlooking a shallow spot on a river, probably the Shenandoah. A sand bar and ripples are visible in the scene.

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View of a river, probably the Shenandoah, as it approaches a bend. Mountains are in the distance. Right bank is cleared and three rows of hay or straw stacks can be seen.

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Photograph of a lone unidentified man canoeing in what appears to be the Shenandoah River.

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Photo of an older photograph of a group of boys in a canoe on the edge of what appears to be the Shenandoah River. The unidentified man on the left is holding a long pole that may have been used to propel the boat.

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Four (4) photographs showing the Shenandoah River just east of Woodstock Virginia.

Three (3) of the images show the river's "Seven Bends" from the area of what is now the Woodstock Tower. The fourth was taken from what is now Frenchs Woods Road…

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Photograph showing a flooded bridge across the North Fork of the Shenandoah River at Red Banks in Shenandoah County. Three unidentified people are standing in the foreground.

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Letter from S.D. Crude, resident engineer for the Virginia Department of Highways, to J.W. Garner of the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors. The letter informs Garner and the board that the state department of transportation had received approval…

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Photograph showing an unidentified group of men and women swimming in the Shenandoah River at Red Banks, just north of Mt. Jackson.

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Photograph showing a group of nine unidentified women. It is part of a group of photographs from a camping trip to Red Banks along the Shenandoah River. It was conducted by the Edinburg "XYZ Club."

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In 1941 five members of Edinburg Virginia’s Boy Scout Troop 54, called the “Hawk Patrol,” took this picture on the steel river bridge east of town during a scouting adventure. Pictured from left to right Douglas Hawkins, Frank Wilkins, William Davis,…

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing a group of boys swimming in the Shenandoah River at Camp Lupton just east of Woodstock. The camp site was owned and operated by Massanutten Military Academy during the mid and late 20th century.

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Unlabeled postcard showing a river scene, most likely the Shenandoah River with the Massanutten Mountain in the background

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Postcard showing the Shenandoah River near Luray Virginia

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Postcard showing the Shenandoah River and Kennedy's Peak

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Postcard showing the Shenandoah River in Rockingham County Virginia near Chimney Rock

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Postcard showing the Shenandoah River.

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Postcard showing the Lost River near Bryce's Resort in Bayse Va. The Lost River flows through West Virginia near the Virginia border.

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Postcard showing the "S.P. Lonas' Mill Dam" in Mt. Jackson Virginia.

The dam was located on Mill Creek on what is now the southern part of town. It was constructed sometime before 1897.

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Postcard showing T.E. Moore's dam located on the Shenandoah River near Mt. Jackson Virginia.

The dam was located northeast of town and provided power for Thomas E. Moore's mill and furniture making operation. The photograph used in this card was…

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Postcard showing the Shenandoah River and bridge that spans it near Mt. Jackson Virginia

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Postcard showing the Shenandoah River and a bridge that spans it near Mt. Jackson Virginia.

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Postcard showing "B Street" in Mt. Jackson Virginia and the bridge over the North Fork of the Shenandoah River. It is dated 1915.

Today this street is named Bridge Street and dead ends at the former site of the river bridge.

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Postcard with a picture of the area known as "Red Banks" located along the Shenandoah River near Edinburg Virginia.

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Postcard with a colorized photograph showing "Red Banks" along the Shenandoah River. The photograph looks east.

Red Banks is an area on the Shenandoah River located adjacent to US Route 11 just north of Mt. Jackson Virginia and south of Edinburg…

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Colorized postcard bearing an image of the Shenandoah River in the area of "Red Banks," a river crossing located approximately 2 miles north of the town of Mt. Jackson.

Visible in the image is the North Fork of the Shenandoah River (center), the…
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