Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Photograph of individuals participating in the play "The Ole Family Album" held at the Edinburg Theater.

This production was held on March 26, 1953 by the Madison District Auxiliary of the Shenandoah County Memorial Hospital. Proceeds were…

Sketch of the Town of Strasburg Virginia and Federal troops dated March 25 1862. It is from an issue of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Almanac.

The sketch looks south and includes a description of the town and some of its interaction with troops…

Photograph showing the "Fort Brick Church" in Fort Valley Virginia. The image is undated. It is located in a photograph album that was maintained by Arlene Strickler.

This church and Trinty Church (pictured in the background) are currently home…

Art object produced by Louis Zeigler of "Ridgley School" for "Edith." The item is undated.

Ridgley School was located in Shenandoah County approximately 1.5 miles east of US Route 11 at the Saumsville Christian Church on what is now Ridgley Road…

Letter from William Tisinger to John Gatewood. Gatewood was editor of the "Sentinel of the Valley," a newspaper published in Woodstock Virginia ca. 1845. The letter appears to reference an article, written by "Tyro," that appeared in the Sentinel at…

Single sheet document produced by Camp Strawderman. It appears to be a type of weekly update broadside. It includes weather forecast, schedules, and other information. It is dated July 6, 1941.

Advertisement for Thomas Manufacturing Company Disc Drills and Grain Drills sold by Snarr and Miley Store in Toms Brook Virginia.

The advertisement is undated, but includes testimonials from individuals dated 1911.

Republican Guide to Voters, 1959. Includes photographs of candidates for local offices and House of Delegates endorsed by the county Republican Party. Election is dated November 3, 1959. It includes hand written returns for each office.

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…

Photograph from an album entitled "Our Trip" to Strasburg VA, dated September 1901. The album is dedicated to "Ethel Bowman" whose parents hosted the travelers during their visit and who labeled each photograph.

The photograph shows an…

Photograph showing Guy Tamkin, Nellie Riffey Tamkin, Carl W. Tamkin, and Essie Riffey Tamkin soon after the double marriage ceremony for the two brothers and two sisters.

The couples were married on October 25, 1922 in the District of Columbia in…

A cabinet card photograph of Jacob Ryman. The photograph was produced by Leedham of Ellwood City, Pennsylvania.

Jacob Ryman was born September 10, 1877 in the St. Luke Community of Shenandoah County. On December 23, 1903 he married Rose Riffey…

Photographic postcard showing "Charlotte Josephine Bowman." The card is labeled "age 5, Xmas Greetings to Aunt Sarah" which dates it to December 1921.

Charlotte was born August 14 1916 in Shenandoah County Virginia. Her parents were Milton H.…

Photographic postcard showing Rena Frances Coffelt. The image was produced by Woodstock photographer Hugh Morrison and is undated.

Rena Coffelt was born September 19, 1916 in Woodstock Virginia. On April 12, 1938 she married Ernest Albert Copp, a…

Undated photograph showing "Miss Edith (May) Miller."

Edith Milller was born March 28, 1878 in Edinburg Virginia and died on April 28, 1955 in the same town. Her parents were George M. and Fannie Vincent Miller. Siblings were W.V. Miller,…

Photograph showing Perry Franklin Riffey and his wife Irva Catherine Rinker Riffey.

The two were married on November 23, 1913 by J.W. Hauserman, a Lutheran minister, at Thomas Rinkers House in Jerome Virginia. At the time Perry was a postal clerk…

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