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Bessie (Seal) Hollingsworth, wearing a winter coat with a fur collar, is seated on a bench with her son, John R. Hollingworth, Jr., standing beside her.

Bessie was the daughter of Otha W.O. and Lula Blanche (Henry) Seal and the second wife of John…

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Harry Hollingsworth shown standing outside of a house and wearing a straw boater hat.

A person and a small dog are visible in the doorway at upper left.

Harry was the son of Alfred Reese and Mary (Hockman) Hollingsworth. He had many siblings,…

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Mary and Ruth Hollingsworth, posed together, outside a house.

We do not know which sister is which.

Their parents were Alfred Reese and Mary (Hockman) Hollingsworth.

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Ruth and Mary Hollingsworth posed together outside of a house.

We do not know which sister is which.

Their parents were Alfred Reese and Mary (Hockman) Hollingsworth.

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John R. Hollingsworth, Jr., standing on a bench beside a stuffed dog.

His parents were John R. (1906-1984) and his second wife, Bessie Caroline (Seal) (1909-1970) Hollingsworth, Sr.

In 1950, he was the oldest of four children living on his…

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Photograph of Mrs. Mary Hollingsworth Grabill in her home. She is sitting on a chair and crocheting, which she loved to do. There is a Christmas tree covered in tinsel visible behind her.

Mrs. Grabill married John Henry Grabill and they had a…

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Portrait of Professor Milton Hollingsworth wearing a suit and tie. He was the son of Charles Edwin and Fannie (Coffelt) Hollingsworth and had a long career in high school level education; first as a teacher, later as a Principal.

Milton married…

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Photograph of Mildred Hottel, of Woodstock, holding an eagle and shotgun.

She killed the eagle with an H & R Shotgun. Hugh Morrison, Jr. sent a copy of this photograph to H & R for an advertisement, but the co-president, Edwin Harrington, sent…

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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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Group of students from Woodstock High School, circa 1928. Those that have been identified include: Estaline Funk (second row, second from the left), Margaret Magruder (first row, first on the left), and Eunice Lawman Morrison (first row, second on…

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Portrait of Mary Lytle Hollingsworth Grabill taken in her home where she is crocheting, something she loved to do. A Christmas tree is visible behind her. Mrs. Grabill married John H. Grabill and they had a daughter named Eleonor Grabill Haun. She…

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Portrait of Professor Milton Hollingsworth as a young man wearing a suit and tie.

He was the son of Charles Edwin and Fannie (Coffelt) Hollingsworth and had a long career in high school level education; first as a teacher, later as a…

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Portrait of Professor Milton Hollingsworth wearing a suit and tie. He was the son of Charles Edwin and Fannie (Coffelt) Hollingsworth and had a long career in high school level education; first as a teacher, later as a Principal.

Milton married…

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Honorable discharge paperwork for Samuel A. Hollingsworth who was born on January 6, 1923, in Woodstock and served as a "Tec 5" with the "3014 Co 139 OBAM Bn" in the Army. He received a good conduct medal for his effort in the European African Middle…

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Portrait of Heber L. Wolverton wearing a suit and tie.

Heber was born near Saumsville, the son of John W. (1870-1966) and Maggie Elizabeth (Spiker) (1867-1945) Wolverton. He grew up on his family’s farm and both the 1910 and 1920 censuses found…

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Portrait of Anna Lee Emswiller Hollingsworth

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Photograph of Eleonor Hollingworth Grabill as a young woman wearing a large hat and standing beside a chair.

Eleonor was the daughter of Captain John Henry (1839-1922) and Mary Lytle (Hollingsworth) (1846-1934) Grabill.

A graduate of the…

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Postcard with a colorized image showing the Shenandoah River.

The photograph was taken from "Hollingsworth Ford" and looks west. Today this is the site of a low water bridge crossing the river on Hollingsworth Road south east of Woodstock…

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Postcard with a picture and description of the Shenandoah River at Hollingsworth Ford located southeast of Woodstock Virginia.
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