Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Photograph showing several unidentified men working with crops and farm equipment in front of a silo and barn.

Photographs showing a groups of farmers/agricultural laborers making hay with horse powered equipment. The photographs are dated August 26 1929.

Photograph showing four unidentified men and an unidentified boy in front of a large stack of. The location and date of the photograph are unknown.

Photograph showing two unidentified men posing with several pieces of steam powered farm equipment. The location of the picture is unknown.

Photograph showing two men and a boy among stalks of corn in a field. Their identities and the date of the photograph is unknown.

Photograph showing two men among stalks of corn in a field. Their identities and the date of the photograph is unknown.

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Photograph showing four unidentified children, most likely a family group. The photograph is undated but is marked "Tooley-Myron."

Photograph of two unidentified individuals standing in front of a car at an unknown location. Individuals may be members of the Lichliter family of Strasburg Virginia.

Tintype showing an unidentified family. The rear of the image contains an advertisement for Bell's Eau Lustral Hair Dressing. The front of the sleeve contains the notation "Potters Patent March 7 1863."

Unidentified group of men working at an unidentified barrel-making plant.

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Photograph showing a group of miners in front an entrance to the "Jean Mine." The identifies of the miners, where the photograph was taken, and the name of the photographer responsible for its creation is unknown.

Tintype of an unidentified woman.

Tintype of an unidentified woman. Reverse of the sleeve is marked "Jacob W. Coffman Traveling Stationary Photographer, Photograph Gallery, Saint Luke, Virginia."

Photograph of three unidentified women and an automobile outside Frye's Grocery Store in Mt. Clifton Virginia. The store was operated by Ivan "Wesley" Frye.
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