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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…

Photograph of Rev. A. A. J. Bushong.

A Lutheran Minister, Bushong served several churches in Shenandoah County during the late 20th century. This includes Mt. Zion Lutheran Church at Fairview which he led from 1884-1895.

Born October 2, 1832,…

Snapshot of Woodstock Virginia's downtown business district dated May 1928.

The image was taken near at the intersection of Main and Court Streets and looks south. Visible businesses are:

-Holtzman Hotel
-Geary Hotel
-New York…
Image of the Magruder Home located on W. Court Street in Woodstock. The home was adjacent to the Morrison Photographic Studio. It later became the Miller Nursing Home for a time.
Photograph of Carl Boyer's home located on Locust Street in Woodstock, Virginia. Three unidentified children visible on front porch.
Photograph of a drawing of Benchoff Hall on the campus of Massanutten Military Academy in Woodstock, Virginia.
The home of D. Moore was located on Locust Street in Woodstock, Virginia.
Spacious veranda of the former home of Myron Bowman, Sr. Located on S. Main Street in Woodstock, the porch was furnished with wicker rockers , flowers, and a couch.
Parsonage for the priests and other staff of the St. John Bosco Catholic Church located at 315 N. Main St. in Woodstock, Virginia. The home was possibly built by Frank Tavener in the 1920 timeframe and still exists today.
This home is located at 433 N. Main Street in Woodstock, Virginia. The image shows two people sitting on the front porch. The woman may be Lula Brooks, who lived there.
This image shows the house located at 355 W. Spring Street in Woodstock, Virginia.
Image of D. Moore's home on Locust Street in Woodstock, Virginia.
The fireplace shown was in the Infirmary Building at Camp Lupton, Woodstock, Virginia. The building has since been torn down and is now the site of Seven Bends State Park.
Large and stately home, formerly owned by Myron Bowman, located at 837 S. Main Street, Woodstock.
Spacious bungalow with awnings and covered front porch that was located on N. Main Street in Woodstock (across from the Woodstock Shopping Center). It was owned by Jacob Haun, Sr.
Image of the two-story home in Woodstock where Ethel Marston Dennison lived with her brother. Ms. Dennison was a teacher at the elementary school in Woodstock.
Photograph of the Woodstock home of Jacob Haun, Sr. The home was located on N. Main Street, across the street from the Woodstock Shopping Center.
Photograph of a dignified two-story home with spacious veranda and unidentified young girl sitting on the steps holding a younger child. House has been tentatively identified as being the Woodstock Presbyterian Church Manse.
Photograph of an unidentified street (possibly in Woodstock) showing leafy trees and glimpses of the front porches of two homes. The street is unpaved.
Photograph of the home built by Dr. and Mr. Walter Wunder located at 487 Main St. in Woodstock, Virginia.
Portrait of Quentin Stickley in his U.S. Army uniform. He married Jane Kneisley of Woodstock. Together, they had one son.
Two unidentified Massanutten Military Academy (MMA) students wearing their school uniforms.
Harold Morrison, Sr., from Woodstock, shown here in his U.S. Marine Corps uniform.
Two unidentified cadets from Massanutten Military Academy (MMA) in Woodstock, Virginia. One is seated and wearing a U.S. Sergeant's uniform, indicating he was probably in MMA's JROTC program. The other young man is perched behind him in a standard…
Portrait of Randolph "Dottie" Ambrose in his U.S. Army uniform with his wife, Phoebe Bemis beside him. Mr. Ambrose worked at the Safeway in Woodstock for many years and died in 2001. Mrs. Ambrose was originally from Toms Brook.
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