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The name, "John Jennings" appears on the glass plate for this image of an MMA cadet wearing his school uniform.
Unidentified cadet wearing his school's dress uniform.
Photograph of swimmers Bob Brehme and Bob Miller set to launch into a swimming pool at Massanutten Military Academy. Swimming was part of the curriculum at MMA. Their names have been written on the image and are visible under each cadet.
Photograph of the cast of the four-act comedy, "An Arizona Cowboy," on stage at the Calvary School, located near Woodstock. The play was presented on April 3rd, raising $36.50, and April 4th, raising $31.00. String music and singing was provided by…
Portrait of Leroy Edward Glunt of Massanutten Military Academy (MMA) in uniform.

Leroy Edward Glunt was born in California, Pennsylvania, the son of James and Sara E. (Humphries) Glunt. He served as a Corporal and later, a Sergeant, in the U.S.…
Portrait of MMA cadet Les Fouts as a young man and wearing his school's uniform.

Leslie “Les” Fouts was a cadet at Massanutten Academy from 1922-1924. He later returned to the Academy and is remembered for having served on the faculty there as a…
Graduation photograph of Carroll Milton Funk, from Woodstock.

His parents were Oliver Milton and Florence Virginia (Fogle) Funk.

In 1950, Carroll married Agnes Marie Drummond, daughter of Charles Gilbert and Mary May (Ross) Drummond. He was 20…
Group photograph of the student cast from a school play put on at the Calvary School in the 1920's. The seated man in the front wearing a white hat has been identified as Earnest Mowery but the others are unknown.
Photograph of Miss Charlotte Jordan who was selected to be the "May Queen" at Triplett High School in Mt. Jackson.

Charlotte was born in Mt. Jackson to Ira Vernon Jordan, Sr. and Dottie Lorraine (Litten) Jordan. She worked as a bookkeeper until…
Photograph of Christine Combs of Woodstock.

Christine is pictured in graduation gowns dating this to 1949 when she graduated from the Creekside School in Woodstock Virginia.

"Combs" is written on the glass plate.
Group of unidentified students (and, possibly, a couple of teachers) from the Shenandoah Valley Academy in New Market.

Poor quality image of a group of unidentified students, posed together in front of a building, probably their school.
Portrait of Courtney Sullivan as a young woman. She graduated from Strasburg High School in 1947.
Portrait of Courtney Sullivan as a young woman. She graduated from Strasburg High School in 1947.
Photograph of Massanutten Academy Cadet Dale W. Hawkins in a football uniform.

Hawkins was a member of the academy's Class of 1927.
Photograph of Massanutten Academy Cadet Dale W. Hawkins.

Hawkins was a member of the class of 1927.
Photograph of Dorothy Bauserman's school portrait. The school portrait has a border with the words "School Days" on the top and "1942-43" on the bottom.

Dorothy was born in Toms Brook, daughter of Russell P. and Beulah (Miller) Bauserman. She…
Photo of a framed school photograph of Dorothy Frances (Good) Gochenour from the 1940-1941 academic year, probably her senior year of high school.

Dorothy was born in Maurertown, to William Joseph and Ruth Emma (Coffman) Good, a farming family. In…
Photograph of Edmond Kavanaugh.

Kavanaugh was a member of Massanutten Academy's class of 1927 and is noted as being from Long Island.
Unidentified group of students posed in front of a porch. Two garden trellises are visible behind them.

The students were attending Shenandoah Valley Academy in New Market Virginia.
Photograph of the girls' dormitory of the Shenandoah Valley Academy. In the school's 1940 Yearbook this structure is named Elliott Hall.

Shenandoah Valley Academy is a private school in New Market, Virginia run by the Seventh Day Adventists.
Photograph of Elwood L. Hancel, a cadet at Massanutten Academy.

Hancel was a member of the class of 1927.
Group of school-aged children and adults who participated in the Daily Vacation Bible School hosted by Emanuel Lutheran Church in Woodstock. The camp lasted from July 30th to August 10th, 1928.

The church's minister Rev. John P. Derrick stands at…
Photo of a school photograph from 1929 of Emmet E. Sweeney.

His parents were Charles Milton and Flora Bell (Wisman) Sweeney, a farming couple near Woodstock.

He married Kathleen Dean (Hottle) Sweeney.
Faded image of a group of unidentified elementary-aged school children and a few unidentified teachers standing outside of their school building.
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