Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Photographs showing the Bauserman Home Improvement store display at the Shenandoah County Fair.

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Portrait of Katie Virginia (Bushong) Shrum as a young woman.

Katie was the daughter of Aaron Allen (1863-1935) and Rebecca (Bauserman) (1858-1934) Bushong. In the 1900 census, she and her parents lived at her mother’s family’s home in the Davis…

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Doris Emma Bauserman Bagnell pictured as a young woman.

Doris was originally from the Zion Church area near Headquarters in Shenandoah County. She later lived in Fishers Hill near Strasburg.

Her husband was Harry James Bagnell, Sr. (1911-1982).

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Portrait of Mr. Ted Bauserman, father of Central High School's former football coach, Jack Bauserman.

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Portrait of Helen (Windle) Mumaw as a young woman.

Helen was born in Toms Brook to Samuel Irving (1904-1994) and Violet May (Bauserman) (1908-1995) Windle. She married Elmer Lee Mumaw, Jr. (1930-2022).

She was a member of Strasburg United…

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Portrait of a young Helen (Windle) Mumaw wearing a formal dress and a string of faux pearls.

Helen was born in Toms Brook to Samuel Irving (1904-1994) and Violet May (Bauserman) (1908-1995) Windle. She married Elmer Lee Mumaw, Jr.…

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Portrait of a smiling Helen (Windle) Mumaw when she was a young woman.

Helen was born in Toms Brook to Samuel Irving (1904-1994) and Violet May (Bauserman) (1908-1995) Windle. She married Elmer Lee Mumaw, Jr. (1930-2022).

She was a member of…

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Photograph of Gary Alan and Lanny Harold Bauserman as young children. “Bauserman/Plaughter” is written on the glass plate of this image.

They were the sons of Harold Spiker (1908-1967) and Ruth Althea (Plaugher) (1908-1998) Bauserman from…

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Portrait of Elizabeth Ann (Sheetz) Bauserman as a young woman.

Elizabeth grew up on Spring Street in Woodstock and was the oldest child of Edgar Simon (1892-1964) and Pearl Mabel (Ruby) (1892-1981) Sheetz. She had two younger brothers, Hallie and…

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Family photograph of Sam and Nan Bauserman, seated, with two of their children, Harold (standing behind them) and Doris Emma (on the right).

The Bausermans were from Maurertown.

Their daughter, Doris, married Harry Bagnell, Sr. and lived with…

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Portrait of twins, Kay and Fay Bauserman, from Toms Brook. We are not sure which twin is which.

The girls were the daughters of Martin Luther Bauserman, Sr. and Elva Catherine (Senseney) Bauserman.

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Doris Emma (Bauserman) Bagnell, as a young woman and seated on a bench.

She was originally from the Zion Church area and lived in rural Strasburg later in her life. She married Harry Bagnell, Sr.

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Doris (Bauserman) Bagnell standing in the studio and wearing a winter coat.

She was originally from the Zion Church area and lived in rural Strasburg later in her life. She married Harry Bagnell, Sr.

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Portrait of Martin Luther Bauserman as a young man wearing a suit and tie.

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Portrait of Dorothy Bauserman Finks as a young woman.

Dorothy was born in Toms Brook, daughter of Russell P. and Beulah (Miller) Bauserman. She graduated from Toms Brook High School in 1944. This photograph was most likely taken while she was…

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Portrait of Charlotte Bauserman Helsley with short curly hair.

Charlotte was the daughter of George Washington and Martha Belle (Compton) Bauserman. The 1930 census found her living in Clarke County with her parents and two sisters, Helen and…

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Photo of two framed photographs being combined.

On the left is Reverend Jacob A. McInturff, a Methodist minister who served in Pennsylvania, Colorado, and Ohio. On the right is his first wife, Laura A. (Bauserman) McInturff.

After Laura's…

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The name, "C. Bauserman" is written on the glass plate of this image of a young man wearing a suit.

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Portrait of James Earl Bauserman.

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Photograph of the workshop used by Byrd Bauserman in his work as an electrician. The shop was located on East Hughes Street in Woodstock.

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Side view of the workshop of Byrd Bauserman, an electrician whose shop was located on East Hughes Street in Woodstock.

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Photograph of the front of a workshop on East Hughes Street in Woodstock that was used by an electrician named Byrd Bauserman in the 1940s.

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Group of mostly unidentified Woodstock High School students posed at the main entrance.

Three people are identified in this picture. They are on the second row, far right. Pictured are, from left to right, Edward L. "Dick" Wickham, Martin Luther…

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The name "Bauserman" is written on the glass plate of this photograph of two young girls standing next to a toy bird cage.

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Portrait of Doris (Bauserman) Bagnell as a teenaged girl sitting in studio.

Doris was from the Zion Church area and later lived in rural Strasburg. She married Harry Bagnell, Sr.
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