Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Photograph showing members of the Lantz family at a picnic. Ten individuals have been identified by Wenona Lantz as being in the photograph. They are from left to right, back row first:

-Virginia Lantz, Wenona's mother
-Lydia Tysinger, Wenona's…

Copy of a letter sent from Franklin D. Roosevelt to A (Absalom) Willis Robertson concerning the possible closure of Camp Roosevelt, the Civilian Conservation Corps Camp located near Edinburg Virginia. Robertson at the time was the Congressional…

Photograph showing a group of unidentified boys in front of Lantz Hall at Massanutten Academy, now Massanutten Military Academy.

Photograph showing an unidentified farmhouse in Woodstock Virginia. Most likely the image shows the area across from what is now Massanutten Military Academy.

Photograph showing an unidentified scene, possibly of a town.

Photograph of four boys standing in front of Massanutten Academy, now Massanutten Military Academy. Charles Roller is pictured second from the right. Riddleberger Hall is pictured in the background.

Photograph showing the 1912 Massanutten Academy (now Massanutten Military Academy) football team. The back of the photograph identified 1 Wilmer Heatwole, 2 Charles Roller, and 3 Lem Cricponberger (Doc.).

Photograph showing the baseball team for Massanutten Academy, now Massanutten Military Academy, sometime around 1910. At the far right of the center row is Charles Roller.

Letter written from R.K. Hoch to the manager of the "Woodstock Ball Club" inquiring about playing for the team that year. At the time Woodstock fielded a team as part of the Shenandoah Valley Baseball League which included teams from throughout the…

Edinburg Fire Company "Soiree Minstrels" show held on April 3rd and 4th 1931. Show directed by Stanley Murray and Mrs. George W. Ring Jr. Photograph taken by Hugh Morrison of Woodstock Virginia. The show was held in the Edinburg Theater.

Document appointing Joseph W. Evans Postmaster of Edinburg Virginia. He was appointed on July 29, 1868. This document was signed by St. John Bull Skinner, acting postmaster general on August 11 1868.

Joseph Evans would serve as postmaster in…

Scan of the Triplett Trumpeter from May 24, 1943. The Trumpeter was a newspaper produced by the students and staff of Triplett High School in Mt. Jackson Virginia. Four (4) pages total.

Scan of an elementary certificate issued to Conrad Allen Helsley for successfully completing the course of study at Toms Brook Elementary School. It was issued on May 31, 1963.

Photograph by Hugh Morrison showing the dynamiting of the Triplett Dam east of Woodstock on June 19, 1910. The dam was destroyed to alleviate issues caused by extreme flooding. The dam was owned by Dr. J.I. Triplett who has designed it to produce…

Photograph showing a flooded bridge across the North Fork of the Shenandoah River at Red Banks in Shenandoah County. Three unidentified people are standing in the foreground.

Pamphlet describing the principles of the Junior Order of United American Mechanics. Found among the papers of Frank Dinges of Edinburg Virginia.

Letter from S.D. Crude, resident engineer for the Virginia Department of Highways, to J.W. Garner of the Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors. The letter informs Garner and the board that the state department of transportation had received approval…

Dog tag produced to mark the marriage of Jo Ann Walters and Frank J. Walters of Edinburg Virginia.

Certificate issued to Franklin J. Walters certifying that is has completed a period of training and active service in the United States Navy during World War Two.

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Undated photograph showing a groups of girls. Labeled as being at the "school on the hill" in New Market Virginia.

Undated photograph showing Walter Boyd driving his auto track that he used as a tractor. Behind the truck is hay rakewith an unidentified individual on board.

This photograph is labeled:

Granddaddy Walter and his Tractor
Picture Boyd taken…

Certificate issued to Franklin J. Walters certifying the decorations, medals, and badges he is entitled to wear to commemorate his service in the Second World War. Signed by H.T. Jones, United States Navy Reserves on June 30 1945.

Certificate of completion for the United States Navy's Seaman First Class Training Course presented to Franklin Joseph Walters on May 22 1944.

Honorable Discharge from the United States Navy issued to Franklin Joseph Walters in October 1945.

Colorized photograph showing the United States Navy Destroyer Charles F. Hughes (DD428) sometime during World War Two. The image was owned by Franklin J. Walters who served aboard the destroyer during the conflict.
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