Shenandoah County Library Archives

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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.


Varsity letter from the Woodstock High School.

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Photograph, taken from a 1951 Woodstock High School Yearbook, showing members of school's "Dancing Club" dancing. The caption indicates it was sponsored by Mary Blair Bowman.
Photograph of two unidentified women inside the Woodstock High School Gymnasium, most likely at a school dance.
Postcard with a picture of Massanutten Academy (now Massanutten Military Academy) and the mountains in Woodstock Virginia.

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An unidentified school group at an unknown location.

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


Photograph of two unidentified Strasburg High School Graduates. The women are most likely members of the Lichliter family.

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Undated photograph showing a groups of girls. Labeled as being at the "school on the hill" in New Market Virginia.
Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing Triplett High School May Day King Donald Funkhouser and Louise Rinker.

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

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…
Postcard with a picture of the Triplett High and Vocational Training School located in Mt. Jackson Virginia. The building is no longer standing.

Photograph showing students at the Toms Brook School in 1893. The only identified individual is the teacher, "Miss Liculle Hottle" who is pictured in the rear by the door.

Picture of the former school located in Toms Brook Virginia.

Photograph showing the 1946 Toms Brook High School Varsity baseball team.

Photograph showing the Toms Brook High School 1946 Girls Varsity Basketball Team and their principal. The team was county basketball champions that year.

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…

Commencement announcement for the Toms Brook Class of 1946. Sent by Betty Lou Reger.

"Toms Brook Hi Times," winter 1950. This newsletter was published by the Toms Brook High School on January 31 1950. It details school activities, academic accomplishments, sporting events, gossip, social activities, and local advertisements for the…

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

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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.…
Postcard with a picture of the Strasburg High School building.

Program for the May 11, 1928 "Health Day" at the Strasburg High School. Included are advertisements for Parker's Garage in Stevens City Virginia, the Virginia Restaurant, Kneisley's Drug Store, Peoples Drug Store, and Peoples National Bank in…
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