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Photograph of students at the Lebanon Church School sometime around 1910. Pictured are, from left to right:

Row 1: Ethel Beeler Heishman, Eula Beeler Walker, Mary Rhodes Himelright, Emily Funkhouser Miller, Lizzie Holtzman Hockman, Virginia…

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Photograph showing a class of students taught by Marguerite Artz at the Woodstock Elementary School. Pictures, from left to right, are:

Row 1: Leo Ryman, Tommy Morrison, Larry Wilkins, L.B. Shelton

Row 2: Larry Seal, Donnie Shrum, JoAnn Miller,…

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Photograph showing the Woodstock High School Class of 1930. Picture from left to right are:

First Row: Ione Beydler, Wilbur Newman, Edna Miller, Virginia Stickley, Jay Pence, Joycie Williams, Lisa Fleming, Robery Ramey, Romaine Foster.

Second…

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing a graduation class from an unidentified High School.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing two unidentified Massanutten Academy, now Massanutten Military Academy, football players wearing letterman jackets in front of the school.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing Stonewall Jackson High School located in Quicksburg Virginia. The schools were built in 1959.

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Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing Triplett High School May Day King Donald Funkhouser and Louise Rinker.

Headquaters School
In 1891 the Shenandoah County School Board constructed this school near the intersection of what is now Headquaters and Cave Ridge Roads. It was named Headquaters School after the local community which featured a church, stores, and several…

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Program created for the Triplett High School's 1954 Fair, sponsored by the Future Homemakers of America (FHA) and Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapters. This annual event was designed to promote the organizations, the competitions they competed…

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Sometime during the First World War this story was written about the United States flag. Though the story is undated, its reference to troops going “over the top” in France indicates it was composed during that conflict. Most likely it was…

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On May 20, 1927 Strasburg High School’s seniors graduated during commencement exercises held at the Strand Theatre. This invitation was one of numerous cards ordered by the class’s 38 graduates. Originally the event seems to have been planned for…

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For several years during the 1960s and 1970s, Stonewall Jackson High School fielded a competition gymnastics team. At the time, it and cheerleading were the only two sports offered to girls at the time.
While information is sketchy, it appears that…

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The 1946 Toms Brook High School girls’ basketball team had an extremely successful season. Their yearbook reports they played a total 21 games and losing only four. 14 of those were played against teams from Shenandoah County’s six other high…

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This photograph shows students at the Strasburg Graded in High School sometime in the 1920s. It is part of the Truban Archive’s Lichliter Collection which contains thousands of items detailing life in the area from the early 1900s until the 1940s.…

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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 Medals.

Named for the Selz Company’s…

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Picture of the Third Grade Class at Toms Brook School during the 1961-1962 school year.

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Picture of the second grade class at the Toms Brook School during the 1959-1960 school year.

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Picture of the Second Grade at the Toms Brook School during the 1960-1961 school year.

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Photograph of the First Grade Class at Toms Brook School in 1959.

Sidney Sibert's Class Room.pdf
Picture of Sidney Sibert's classroom located at the former Toms Brook School.

Students at the old Toms Brook School.pdf
Picture of students at the Toms Brook School building that was located on the site of the current building.

Teacher Robt. Sibert -Teacher & Students.pdf
Picture of teacher Robert Sibert with his students at the Zepp School.

TOMS BROOK SCHOOL.pdf
Picture of the former school located in Toms Brook Virginia.

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Teachers register for Slate Hill School No. 10 located in Fort Valley Virginia.

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Postcard showing Luray Public Schools and a description of their history.
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