Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Photograph labeled "Hugh, John Martson, Joe Grove."

Based on the image and names provided, the two individuals identified are John E. Marston and Joe H. Grove of Edinburg Virginia.

"Hugh" may be Hugh Hisey, but that is uncertain.

The image…

Single sheet with a description of the Rinkerton Community located near Mt. Jackson Virginia. The reverse bears a series of initials and "Rinkerton Shen.Co."

The document is undated and the person responsible for its creation is unknown.

Notice sent from Warren B. French Jr., President and General Manager of the Shenandoah Telephone Company to subscribers notifying them of a change to dialing procedures for station to station calls.

Miniature photograph of Hattie Fravel. The image is dated on the reverse "January 3, 1898."

Hattie was a resident of Woodstock Virginia.

Brochure advertising Shenandoah Caverns "The Symphony in Stone."

The brochure is undated, but appears to have been produced ca. 1960.

Postcard bearing an image of the interior of Mt. Zion Lutheran Church in advance of its Christmas Eve service.

The card is dated 1971.

Mt. Zion is located west of Woodstock Virginia in the Fairview Community.

Photograph reproduction of an image showing Susan Pence Foltz and her husband Nathaniel Scott Foltz.

The two lived in Forestville Virginia where Nathaniel was a woodworker.

Letter from "John Scholl & Bro., Inc." of Reade Street in New York City to W.H. Baker of Toms Brook Virginia dated March 27, 1925. It concerns a damaged shipment of eggs.

W.H. Baker operated a general store and egg distribution business on Back…

Undated broadside advertising the annual lawn party of the "Young People's Guild of the Edinburg Reformed Church."

Patch bearing the emblem of of the Edinburg Elementary School in Edinburg Virginia.

This peel and stick patch was designed for a jacket or article of clothing.

Photograph showing the Hotel Holtzman located in Woodstock Virginia.

The hotel's staff, several of which are African American, and numerous other individuals are also pictured.

This structure stood at the current site of the Shenandoah County…

Photograph showing the Shenandoah County Courthouse in Woodstock Virginia.

The image is undated, but would have been produced in the first part of the 20th century.

Photograph of the Lantz Mill community in Shenandoah County Virginia.

The ca. 1900 image shows Stony Creek and the mill in the foreground and the Christian family furniture factory on the cliff in the background.

Photograph showing a group of seven unidentified girls at Camp Strawderman.

Strawderman is a girls only camp located in a rural part of Shenandoah County west of Edinburg.

While the photographer who took the picture is unknown, the print was…

Brochure advertising Shrine Mont, a retreat operated by the Episcopal Church of Virginia.

The publication includes a description of the retreat, facilities, and transportation options.

Oral history interview featuring Mary Beth Price conducted on June 17 2021 at the Box Office Brewery in Strasburg Virginia.

The interview focuses on her life growing up in Strasburg Virginia, her career as a local government employee and…

Letter sent from Samuel B. Myers to his Uncle John Wissler about the purchase of Union Forge, an iron producing forge located near Edinburg Virginia.

The letter was sent from Henrietta Furnace, another iron furnace owned by Myers and Wissler near…

Concert program dated December 7, 1947.

The concert headliner was Russell Abbott "Bass-Baritone." It was held at Massanutten Academy (now Massanutten Military Academy) in Woodstock Virginia.

Abbott sang eleven songs in four acts. Willard…

Photographic postcard labeled "Guy Wolverton Saumsville Va." The card is undated.

The subject is most likely Guy Spiker Wolverton, born June 9 1896 and died August 23 1984. He was married to Bertha Link and they had two daughters, Betty and…

Photographic card bearing an image of a steam locomotive and cars on the Narrow Passage Railroad Trestle located between Edinburg and Woodstock Virginia.

The reverse bears an advertisement for "War Views," images of various Civil War sites in…

Photograph of an unidentified man holding a snake at a children's program held at the Shenandoah County Library.

The photograph is undated, but based on contextual information would have been taken in the early 2000s.

Photograph of seven unidentified girls.

The original photograph is labeled "Beside still waters 12 noon, Sept 26 1918. Confluence of Stony Creek and Shenandoah River." This would have been located in Edinburg Virginia.

Based on other…

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