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Name Kurtz, George Washington

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Image of Confederate veterans and others - 39-213 thl

Confederate veterans and others - 39-213 thl

Confederate veterans and others sitting and standing on Frederick County courthouse steps. Some persons identified. Date estimated as c. 1925 [c. 1921, per Ben Ritter]. Identification: 2-Geo. W. Kurtz; 3-Mrs. Fuller; 5-Lee Trimble; 11-Peter Lauck Kurtz; 12-Mr. Dinges; 19-Douglas Fuller; 24-Mr. Dellinger; 32-Grove White; 34-Hugh Duffy; 37-Robert Gray; 38-William Glass; 42-Walker Bond; 43-Dad Ryan; 46-Louis Baker; 47-Bill Ritenour; 48-Fred (C. Frederick) Barr; 49-William Cooper; 50-Vernon Eddy; 51-Bernard Sullivan; 52-Dr. E.C. Stuart; 54-Henry Seal; 55-Ashby Sprint; 56-Ben Arthur.

Image of Confederate veterans et al - 1419-2 thl

Confederate veterans et al - 1419-2 thl

Partial, cropped reprint from 69-267 wfchs, highlighting Louis Baker (left, light suit, no hat). [The photocopy of the complete print, enclosed, is of one of the damaged prints.] Date estimated as c. 1921, per Ben Ritter.

Image of 2 N. Cameron Street - 1208-1 wfchs

2 N. Cameron Street - 1208-1 wfchs

2 North Cameron Street, Winchester, Va. The Kurtz Building. G. W. Kurtz , undertaker and furniture warehouse. G. W. Kurtz is on the right in photo. Date estimated as c. 1880s.

Image of George Washington Kurtz, c1875 - 429-1 thl

George Washington Kurtz, c1875 - 429-1 thl

George Washington Kurtz (1838-1926) in civilian clothes. Hand tinted photograph. Date estimated as c. 1875.

Image of Kurtz employees - 49-60 wfchs

Kurtz employees - 49-60 wfchs

Photograph (copied by Ben Ritter) of two men standing beneath the awning of the G.W. Kurtz Company. Close-up (from 49-59 wfchs) of man holding onto bentwood chair (may be G. W. Kurtz). Date uncertain (late 19th or early 20th century). Also copy of 49-59 wfchs, all four men. Filed under "Kurtz Employees".

Image of Kurtz employees - 49-59 wfchs

Kurtz employees - 49-59 wfchs

Photograph (copied by Ben Ritter) of five men standing beneath the awning of the G.W. Kurtz Company. Man on right may be G.W. Kurtz. Date uncertain (probably circa 1880s).

Image of George Washington Kurtz, c1859 - 69-524a wfchs

George Washington Kurtz, c1859 - 69-524a wfchs

George Washington Kurtz (1838-1926) in the uniform of the Continental Morgan Guards (a Winchester militia unit). Date estimated as c. 1859.

Image of George Washington Kurtz, c1859 - 69-524b wfchs

George Washington Kurtz, c1859 - 69-524b wfchs

George Washington Kurtz (1838-1926) in the uniform of the Continental Morgan Guards (a Winchester militia unit). Date estimated as c. 1859. Blowup copy of photograph.

Image of George Washington Kurtz, c1919 - 112-9 wfchs

George Washington Kurtz, c1919 - 112-9 wfchs

George Washington Kurtz (1838-1926) in the post-1860 uniform of the Continental Morgan Guards (a Winchester militia unit), holding his grandfather's rifle. Date given as August 1919. See also album 917.55 H62/

Image of George Washington Kurtz, c1910 - 36-66 wfchs

George Washington Kurtz, c1910 - 36-66 wfchs

George Washington Kurtz (1838-1926) in uniform of Turner Ashby Camp Confederate Veterans. Date estimated as c. 1910.

Image of George Washington Kurtz, c1859 - 49-54 wfchs

George Washington Kurtz, c1859 - 49-54 wfchs

George Washington Kurtz (1838-1926) in the uniform of the Continental Morgan Guards (a Winchester militia unit). Date estimated as c. 1859.

Image of George Washington Kurtz - 864-19 thl

George Washington Kurtz - 864-19 thl

George Washington Kurtz (1838-1926) , who served on the Handley Board of Trustees from 1896-1926. Date uncertain [early 20th century?].

Image of George Washington Kurtz, 5th VA, CSA - 1325-2 wfchs

George Washington Kurtz, 5th VA, CSA - 1325-2 wfchs

Capt. George Washington Kurtz (1838-1926) , who served in the Civil War from April 1861 to June 1865, co. K, 5th Virginia Infantry. From portrait. Date of portrait (and photo) estimated as c. 1910.

Image of Confederate Memorial Day Parade - 39-28 thl

Confederate Memorial Day Parade - 39-28 thl

Confederate Memorial Day Parade, June 6, 1914. Confederate veterans (members of Turner Ashby Camp, U.C.V.) marching past Taylor Hotel on North Loudoun Street, crowds of people, etc. See 131-2 wfchs for some identifications.

Image of Confederate Memorial Day Parade - 69-240 wfchs

Confederate Memorial Day Parade - 69-240 wfchs

Confederate Memorial Day Parade, June 6, 1914. Confederate veterans (members of Turner Ashby Camp, U.C.V.) marching past Taylor Hotel on North Loudoun Street, crowds of people, etc. "They are led by Morgan Anderson (1865-1952), Bugler of the Camp; and in the front rank are Dr. William P. McGuire (1846-1926) in Confederate Gray leading his grandson, Dr. William P. McGuire, Jr., and Captain George Washington Kurtz (wearing a straw hat) leading his grandson John Vernon Eddy." See also 131-2 wfchs (in same envelope), 39-28 thl.

Image of GW Kurtz and Morgan Guard car  - 200-20 thl

GW Kurtz and Morgan Guard car - 200-20 thl

George Washington Kurtz and the "Continental Morgan Guard" car/float. Cumberland Valley Railroad Station parking lot, Henkel house at 316 West Boscawen across street. World War I victory parade. Date given as September 2, 1919.

Image of GW Kurtz and Morgan Guard float   - 200-48 thl

GW Kurtz and Morgan Guard float - 200-48 thl

GW Kurtz and "Continental Morgan Guard" car/float. World War I victory parade. Date given as September 2, 1919.

Image of George W. Kurtz - 437-100 wfchs

George W. Kurtz - 437-100 wfchs

George W. Kurtz, member of Friendship Fire Company No. 1, Winchester, VA. Date estimated as c. 1900.