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Shenandoah River from Bridge, Woodstock, Va.

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Title

Shenandoah River from Bridge, Woodstock, Va.

Subject

Shenandoah River, North Fork (Va.)
Woodstock (Va)
Dams-Virginia-Woodstock

Description

Photographic postcard bearing the caption “Shenandoah River from Bridge, Woodstock, Va.” The scene is located east of Woodstock along Woodstock Tower Road near what is popularly called “Burnshire’s.”

The photograph shows a dam constructed in 1901 by J.I. Triplett to provide hydraulic power to the Town of Woodstock. The dam would be dynamited in 1910 following a major flood. It would be replaced by a concrete structure that still stands today.

Creator

Baltimore Stationary Co., Baltimore Md.

Source

Herb Parker Postcard Collection

Publisher

Shenandoah County Library

Date

1909

Rights

COPYRIGHT NOT EVALUATED

Identifier

269

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Original Format

Photographic Postcard

Citation

Baltimore Stationary Co., Baltimore Md. , “Shenandoah River from Bridge, Woodstock, Va.,” Shenandoah County Library Archives, accessed June 1, 2020, http://archives.countylib.org/items/show/5181.

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