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Photograph of the Girls' Basketball Team of Strasburg High School in the early 1920’s. The players have been identified as: Standing (l to r) Georgia C. Purvis, Edna C. Stine, Lois V. McInturff; and seated (l to r) Anna Snapp, Janie Lee Borden, and…
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…
Photo of a photograph of William "Billy" Erasmeth Plauger, seated, and his wife, Amanda Leah (McInturff) Plauger standing beside him.

Billy Plauger was from Fort Valley, one of three sons born to Joseph Franklin (1839-1931) and Catherine (Peters)…
Group of high school students in front of the Strasburg High School. The following have been identified:
1st Row (l to r): ?, Cecilia Horan (Kirby), Marguerite Boles, Mildred Fund Gordon, Ada Lineburg, Beatrick Booth, Dorothy Lutz, Lillie Lichliter…
Portrait of Carsie McInturff as a young woman.
Store building in Maurertown Virginia.

The store was operated by W.E. McInturff as a general store that sold a variety of products to the local population. It was open during early to mid 20th century.

The building pictured no longer stands.…
Studio portrait of Wesley Glenn Ritenour as a young man. Wesley was from Fort Valley, the son of George Morgan Ritenour, a farmer, and Sarah Frances McInturff.

He married Isabel Inez Funk (1896-1978) when he was 21 years old. As newlyweds, they…
Photograph of Bessie McInturff in October 1914.
Portrait of Nettie M. (Ritenour) Burner from the early 20th century. Born in Fort Valley, she was the daughter of George Morgan (1854-1920) and Sarah Frances (McInturff) (1854-1927) Ritenour.

She married William Henry Burner (1875-1966), a farmer…
Postcard with a picture of stores in Maurertown Virginia. Includes the McInturff, Aleshire, and Clem stores on Main Street.

The stores were located on what is now US Route 11.
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