Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Picture of a photograph of two women holding books and standing behind a man seated on a chair. The photograph includes a border with the words "Stickley & Bros." and "Strasburg, VA." at the bottom.
Group of Woodstock High School students at the main entrance to the school. A few have been identified. They are: French Boyer (upper left), Josephine Newman (below French), Louis Glenn Locke (on French's left), Margaret Grabill (upper center). The…
Sophomore class of Woodstock High School in 1928. A few of the students have been identified. Louise Funk is in the 2nd row down from the top and 2nd girl on the right end. Other students in the photo are Homer Golladay, Dick Wickham, Sam Stickley,…
Group of unidentified students from the 1st and 2nd grades of the Woodstock Public School held in a building at the west end of Lawyer's Row. The teacher shown here was Mrs. E.E. Stickley, and this image dates from the early 1920's.
Portrait of Elizabeth Stickley as a young woman. She married James "Jimmy" Henry Vance (1926-1992) from Strasburg and had two sons, Larry E. and Gary L. Vance.
Group of Strasburg High School students posed in front of the section of the school that later burned. The following students have been identified: Front row (l to r) ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?, Marjorie Lichliter, John Saum; 2nd row (l to r): ?, ?, ?, ?, ?,…
Photograph of a young woman that has been tentatively identified as Julia Elizabeth Stickley (Campbell), of Strasburg.
Portrait of Julia Stickley, who worked as a 1st and 2nd grade teacher in Strasburg. She graduated from Strasburg High School and attended the State Teachers' College (now called JMU) in Harrisonburg. Her 1925 yearbook photograph noted she was a…
Portrait of Quentin Stickley in his U.S. Army uniform. He married Jane Kneisley of Woodstock. Together, they had one son.
Portrait of Quentin Stickley, brother of Geneva Stickley Reedy.

Photograph showing Agnes Crabill and Effie Stickley. It is labeled "taken at home in summer of 1904 or 1905."
Postcard with a picture of the ruins of the Stickley Mill, located along Cedar Creek near Strasburg Virginia. The card also includes a description of the site and its history.
Postcard with a picture of the Stickley House, located on the Cedar Creek battlefield just north of Strasburg Virginia.
Color postcard with a picture of the Stickley House located on the Cedar Creek Battlefield just north of Strasburg Virginia.
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