Candid classroom scene with unidentified elementary-aged children at work while an unidentified teacher works with a boy one-on-one. Pictures of Bible scenes on the walls indicate this was a Sunday school of some kind.
Unidentified group of teachers serving the Shenandoah Valley Academy students in the 1930s. Established in 1908, the Seventh-Day Adventist coeducational boarding school for high school students still exists and is located in New Market, Virginia.
Document announcing public sale for the personal property of William C. Pettit, deceased. Pettit was a teacher who had taught for a period in Hardy County and then in Shenandoah County where he died sometime in the early 1850s.