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Photograph of two women in costume. The image is part of a collection related to the Downey family of Edinburg Virginia. It is dated May 3, 1930.

Photograph showing three women with tennis gear. From left to right they are Ann Stoneburner, Lucia Zigler, and Elizabeth "Beth" Downey. The photograph was taken in August of 1944 of the Downey home's tennis court, located on what is now Stoney Creek…

Photograph showing an unidentified woman (left) and Elizabeth Downey of Edinburg Virginia atop a skyscraper.

Photograph showing a group of unidentified women, apparently of different generations in a family.


Photograph showing Agnes Crabill and Effie Stickley. It is labeled "taken at home in summer of 1904 or 1905."

Photograph showing a group of nine unidentified women. It is part of a group of photographs from a camping trip to Red Banks along the Shenandoah River. It was conducted by the Edinburg "XYZ Club."

Photograph showing two women with a steam locomotive. The woman standing is Elizabeth Williams Lichliter whose husband William worked for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at the Strasburg Junction Depot. The younger woman on the locomotive may be one…

Photograph showing Frances Jenkins (1884-1980), teacher at Strasburg High School. The picture was taken sometime around 1920, It appears in Pauline Lichliter's high school scrapbook.

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Photograph showing from left to right Pauline, Zelda, and Marjorie Lichliter. The three sisters lives in Strasburg Virginia.

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Photograph showing three women at a wedding. From left to right they are Connie Cary, Caroline O'Bryant (bride), and Pauline Lichliter.

Photograph showing an unidentified women's baseball team ca. 1925.

Photograph strip showing two unidentified girls.


Photograph of two unidentified Strasburg High School Graduates. The women are most likely members of the Lichliter family.

Photograph showing Cathy Wakeman, Central High School class of 1978, advancing down a basketball court. Taken from the 1978 Central High School Yearbook's Girls Varsity Basketball page.

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Picture of the 1978 Varsity Girls Basketball Team at Central High School in Woodstock Virginia. Taken from the 1978 Central High School Yearbook.

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Photograph of two women. Taken from the 1925 Strasburg High School Annual. Page labeled "Everyday at S.H.S."

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Mary Lou Polk Thompson was known for her involvement with the community and C.E. Thompson’s, an Edinburg building supply company that her husband was part owner of.

Born on July 22, 1933 she moved to a house just south of Edinburg in 1961…

Pattie Moon came to Woodstock in 1975 with her husband William Crawford Moon who had been appointed the superintendent of Massanutten Military Academy (MMA).

They moved into the home provided for the superintendent which was undergoing a major…

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When the Shenandoah Valley-Herald highlighted the work of Dr. Regina Karmy, they noted she believed “a woman’s place is in the home.” They also observed she just as firmly believed she was “entitled to a place in the operating room.”

Dr. Karmy,…

In 1979 Sallie Wetsel Gochenour retired from the County Extension Office.

For the 25 years Sallie worked to provide the resources families needed to be successful. This included offering advice on nutrition, budgets, child rearing, sewing,…

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Mabel Runion spent most of her life in the Lantz Mill’s community. Her and her husband Peter moved there in 1938 after living for a few years in the Fairview Community.

The Runions were known for the wide array of animals that lived on their farm.…

If you had attended a community event in the 70s, or 80s you might have found Betty Showman there, dressed as the popular TV character Minnie Pearl.

A resident of Conicville, Betty began performing as Minnie in 1963. She took her act to various…

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Photograph showing "9 K.E.Y. girls" in July of 1914. Most likely they were members of the Toms Brook K.E.Y. Club.

This photograph, which originally appeared in the Washington Post, shows a group of women during the Woodstock Bicentennial Celebration in 1952. The women are, from left to right, Mrs. Charles Wolverton Sibert, Mrs. Lyle Shelton, Mrs. Nelson Lynn,…
Photograph taken by William Hoyle Garber showing a group of women in bathing suits at an unidentified location (they may be Miss Shenandoah Valley Pagent contestents). Jane Melinda Sensony Rhides of Strasburg is pictured on the back row, third from…


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