Shenandoah County Library Archives

Shenandoah County Library Digital Archives

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Unidentified man and woman, posed together, and both wearing round glasses.

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Portrait of Jacob Earl Hottle and his bride, Margaret Mae Stoneburner, The image has been identified as being the couple's wedding picture.

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Portrait of an unidentified man and woman posed side-by-side. The man has a mustache and the woman is wearing round glasses.

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Unidentified man and woman seated on chairs outside. A large tree is visible behind them.

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Two unidentified men, seated, with their arms around two unidentified women.

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Photograph of Raymond Burcell Clem and his wife Beulah Rhoda Compton Clem.

The two married October 19, 1919.

The name, "Rae Clem" appears to be written on the glass plate.

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Portrait of an unidentified young man and woman posed together.

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Unidentified man with a mustache, seated, with an unidentified woman (in an almost floor-length dress) standing beside him.

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Unidentified young man, seated, with an unidentified woman, probably his wife, standing beside him.

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Unidentified man, seated, with an unidentified woman, possibly his wife, standing beside him.

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Unidentified man and woman standing together in the studio.

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Unidentified man and woman posed side-by-side.

Probably, this was a husband and wife.

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Unidentified woman standing with her arm on the shoulder of an unidentified man beside her.

Probably, this was a wife and her husband.

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Unidentified man, seated, with an unidentified woman standing beside him.

Probably, this was a husband and wife.

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The name, "Sponaughs", appears to be written on the glass plate of this image of a young woman with a bow in her hair standing beside a young man who is seated.

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Photograph of Roy and Ruth (Keller) Richman when they were young. The image was made around the time of their wedding.

Roy Lee Richman was the 9th child born to Isaac Milton (1856-1950) and Mary Catherine (Sager) (1858-1935) Richman. When he…

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Portrait of an unidentified man and woman posed beside each other.

Probably, this was a husband and wife.

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Unidentified man, seated, with a woman in round glasses and wearing a feathered hat standing beside him.

Probably, this was a husband and wife.

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Unidentified man, seated, with an unidentified woman, possibly his wife, standing beside him.

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Portrait of an unidentified couple posed together in the studio.

Probably, this was a husband and wife.

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Heavily damaged image of an unidentified man and woman standing together in front of an automobile.

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Unidentified man and woman standing together in the studio.

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The name, "J.E. Clem" is written on the glass plate of this image of a man and woman standing together in the photographer's studio.

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Photo of a framed photograph of an unidentified older couple. The man is wearing a bow tie and has a mustache and the woman is wearing a pin at her neck.

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James H. Spiker, seated, with his wife, Annie E. (Miller) Spiker beside him. The couple was married in 1864, during the Civil War.
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