Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Portrait of Jane (Cooley) Sibert as a young woman. Jane went to school in Woodstock and was the daughter of Elmer Lee and Edna Lee (Fogle) Cooley.

In 1948, she married Amos Paul Sibert (1920-2002), the son of Jacob Noah and Annie (Strickler)…

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Group of students from Woodstock High School, circa 1928. Those that have been identified include: Estaline Funk (second row, second from the left), Margaret Magruder (first row, first on the left), and Eunice Lawman Morrison (first row, second on…

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The name, "Strickler", appears on the plate for this image of two people and their dog in costume.

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Photograph of the Bushong Farm located in the New Market Battlefield State Historical Park north of New Market, Virginia. The Federal-styled home was built in 1825 to accommodate Jacob Bushong and Sarah Strickler's growing family.

The 1864…

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Fort Egypt, a large log house, is a historic landmark in Page County, Virginia and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Built of 20"-25" diameter logs dovetailed at the corners, Fort Egypt has a massive stone chimney in the…

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Harry W. Strickler, Sr., shown in his U.S. Army uniform from the WWI era. Mr. Strickler died in 1979.
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