Shenandoah County Library Archives

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A November 4, 1936 edition of the "Sez Who," a newspaper published by the students of the Woodstock High School in Virginia.

The newspaper contains information about upcoming events, school activities, and local advertisers.

The name Margaret…
Portrait of Elmo Earl Keister, son of Orlando Adam (1863-1913) and Susie Stover (Jennings) (1862-1944) Keister.

Mr. Keister attended Roanoke College for three years, a member of the class of 1913. He lived on N. Holliday Street in Strasburg for…
Photograph of two homes on N. Main Street in Woodstock Virginia.

The home on the left is located at 207 N. Main Street.
When the image was identified it was utilized as the office of the Shenandoah-Valley Herald Newspaper. As of 2022 the…
Portrait of Xina Holmes Durette. She was a newspaper reporter, teacher, and school principal in Luray, Virginia.
Photograph of a drawing from a newspaper advertising a drawing contest. The image of a woman diving into water was to be drawn and submitted for judging.

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Portrait of Colonel John Grabill in his later years. He served in the Confederate Army and is wearing a Southern Cross medal on his chest.

He was best remembered for being the first Superintendent of schools in Shenandoah County and for running…

Letter from William Tisinger to John Gatewood. Gatewood was editor of the "Sentinel of the Valley," a newspaper published in Woodstock Virginia ca. 1845. The letter appears to reference an article, written by "Tyro," that appeared in the Sentinel at…

Photograph showing "employees, and members of their families and friends, of the Shenandoah Publishing House and the Northern Virginia Daily" at a picnic at Elizabeth Furnace in Powell's Fort Valley (now Fort Valley Virginia).

The individuals in…
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