Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Unidentified Morrison children playing in the snow in front of the Morrison Home. The house is now the Catholic Church Rectory in Woodstock.

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Photograph looking out onto snow-covered bushes and trees. A street is visible past the yards.

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Photograph of two wintry photos; one featuring an unidentified man standing outside while in the other image, the same man is with two other men wearing uniforms. Both shots were taken outside and snow is everywhere.

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Horse-drawn carriage with an unidentified driver shown in front of a home in winter. Four unidentified children are visible on the front porch and snow is everywhere.

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Two unidentified men standing outside a two-story, wood-sided home. Snow is on the ground and on the branches of two large pines in the front yard.

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Portrait of Shirley Ritenour Snow, of Woodstock, as a young woman.

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Photograph showing a snowy landscape somewhere in Shenandoah County.

The image is taken from a photograph album related to the Miley family of Toms Brook Virginia.

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Report of an extraordinary amount of snow and extremely frigid temperatures that occurred in Shenandoah County in December of 1880. The author is unknown, but it was kept by the Saum family of Edinburg Virginia.

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Photograph of an unidentified rabbit hunter.

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Center Street to Mayor Rau's on Main.
Five photographs showing various portions of Edinburg Virginia following a snow story. The pictures are dated April 11, 1918. They include images of the Cedar Hill Academy, Piccadilly Street, Main Street, and Center Street. All were taken by an…

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Photograph showing what was then called the Moyer House in Edinburg Virginia. It is located along Stoney Creek Road (now Boulevard) just west of town. The library now stands in the adjacent field.

The image is labeled "Moyers House as shown from…

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Photograph showing an unidentified man holding Josephine Miller (Lynn) in the middle of Muhlenberg Street in Woodstock Virginia.

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Photograph showing J.R. Miller holding his daughter Josephine Miller (Lynn) next to his wife Mary Miller. The photograph was taken in front of their residence at the intersection of Muhlenberg and Spring Streets in Woodstock Virginia.

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Photograph showing J.R. Miller holding his daughter Josephine Miller (Lynn) while on a horse. The photograph was taken near the intersection of Muhlenberg and Spring Streets in Woodstock Virginia.

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Photograph showing J.R. Miller holding his daughter Josephine Miller (Lynn) along with an unidentified woman in from of the Miller residence at the corner of Muhlenberg and Spring Streets in Woodstock Virginia.

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Photograph showing toddler Josephine Miller (Lynn) in front of her residence at the corner of Muhlenberg and Spring Streets in Woodstock Virginia.

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Photograph showing baby Josephine Miller and unidentified family members along Muhlneberg Street in Woodstock Virginia.

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Photograph showing J.R., Josephine, and Mary Miller in front of their residence at the corner of Muhlenberg and Spring Streets in Woodstock Virginia.

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Photograph showing J.R. Miller holding his daughter Josephine Miller (Lynn) in front of their residence at the intersection of Muhlenberg and Spring Streets in Woodstock Virginia.

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Photograph showing members of the Miller family in front of their residence on the corner of Spring and Muhlenberg Streets in Woodstock Virginia. Identified from left to right are: J.R. Miller, baby Josephine Miller (Lynn), unidentified, Mary Miller.…

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Photograph showing Ruby ____ and Josephine Miller (Lynn) being pulled on a sled by John Hoshour (1850-1925). The house in the background is located at the intersection of Spring and Muhlenberg Streets in Woodstock Virginia. It is where Josephine was…

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Postcard showing a photograph of a snowy scene surrounding the Shenvalee Hotel in New Market Virginia.

The card is a "Picto-Card" produced by Kaesar & Blair Incorporated of Cincinnati Ohio and is undated.
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