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Image of Flood of 1906 - 1-55 wfchs

Flood of 1906 - 1-55 wfchs

Flood of 1906. Water filled Boscawen Street, 4 horses & buggies, 7 people, partial view 10, 12, 14, 18, 20 West Boscawen Street, 2 North Loudoun, 8, 10 East Boscawen Street. Date given as July 1906. No persons identified.

Image of John Kerr School Girls - 10-2 wfchs

John Kerr School Girls - 10-2 wfchs

11 young ladies from John Kerr School. Date given as 1900. Persons identified on reverse as (top row right to left) Anne Darlington Quirk, Helen Holliday, Zena(?) Walters, Eva Taylor. Middle row: Rose Osborne (Keller), Eula Walters, Elizabeth Kern. Bottom row: Grace Fries, Louise Purcell Snyder, Mary Garton Moore, Nora Clowe. Mounted on heavy embossed cardboard.

Image of Trussell collection, unidentified - 1001-14f thl

Trussell collection, unidentified - 1001-14f thl

Unidentified man, circa 1900s.

Image of Thomas A. Edison et al - 1020-3 wfchs

Thomas A. Edison et al - 1020-3 wfchs

Thomas A. Edison (light suit, no hat) and others at the original Edison Lamp Works, Newark, NJ. Notes on history of electric lighting and General Electric Company included. Date estimated as c. 1900.

Image of Helen Clark, c. 1900 - 1037-15 wfchs

Helen Clark, c. 1900 - 1037-15 wfchs

Helen Clark at about 3-4 years old, in a white lace dress with hair ribbons. Date estimated as c. 1900. [Died at Carysbrook as a child. Buried in Clark lot at Mount Hebron.]

Image of Virginia Vredenburg - 1037-3 wfchs

Virginia Vredenburg - 1037-3 wfchs

Virginia [Cabell Baker?] Vredenburg in a summer dotted-swiss gown. Formal photograph, by Barr. Date estimated as c. 1905. Oval, mounted on heavy embossed cardboard with photographer's imprint. [See also 601-1437 wfchs and genealogical notes on and in envelope.]

Image of Opequon Bridge - 106-245 wfchs

Opequon Bridge - 106-245 wfchs

Opequon Bridge, on Virginia Route 7 over Opequon Creek. Automobile, people, etc. Bridge built in 1907. Date estimated as c. 1909 (see 39-294b thl). 3.5" x 5" print also in envelope.

Image of Snider family, c. 1900's - 106-42 wfchs

Snider family, c. 1900's - 106-42 wfchs

William B. Snider family. Date uncertain, probably c. late 1900s. Persons identified by key as 1-Elise Snider, 2-James Snider, 3-Charles Snider, 4-Katherine Snider, 5-Upton Snider, 6-George Snider, 7-Benton Snider, 9-Susan Dorsey Snider, 9-William B. Snider, 10-Edwin T. Snider[, Sr.].

Image of 21 East Boscawen Street - 106-84 wfchs

21 East Boscawen Street - 106-84 wfchs

T. H. Sprint's Grocery Store with 4 men and 1 boy standing in front. The store's location is at 21 East Boscawen Street, Winchester, VA. Man w/ mustache is Thomas Humpston Sprint; man with arms akimbo is J. Ashby Sprint, Jr. The store does not yet have lettering on the windows or transom.

Image of 21 East Boscawen Street - 106-85 wfchs

21 East Boscawen Street - 106-85 wfchs

T. H. Sprint's Grocery Store with 5 men and 1 boy standing in front. The store's location is at 21 East Boscawen Street, Winchester, VA. Somewhat later than 106-84, as windows are lettered and an awning has been installed.

Image of "Woodville" at Sunnyside, 1900 - 1061-1 wfchs

"Woodville" at Sunnyside, 1900 - 1061-1 wfchs

"Woodville" at Sunnyside. Stone wing on left originally the home of lawyer Alexander White who married Elizabeth Wood, daughter of James Wood [additional historical notes on envelope]. Date given as 1900. See Quarles, Some Old Homes in Frederick County, VA, p. 142. [House demolished 1981, per endnote.]

Image of Gougé Papers, unidentified people - 1074-3e thl

Gougé Papers, unidentified people - 1074-3e thl

Unidentified persons found in Gougé Papers. Group of 5 people (3 women, 2 men) outdoors. Date estimated as c. 1900s. Heavy crease through middle of print.

Image of Kathleen Mallory - 1077-1 wfchs

Kathleen Mallory - 1077-1 wfchs

Kathleen Mallory in long gown and cap. posed with a bucket of cotton. Date estimated as c. 1900. Mounted on heavy embossed cardboard.

Image of Coach and four - 1077-2 wfchs

Coach and four - 1077-2 wfchs

Coach drawn by four horses, passengers, driver, grooms parked in front of a large house or hotel. Date estimated as c. 1905. No persons identified. Albumin, printed on very thin paper.

Image of Conner family, c. 1903 - 1103-23b thl

Conner family, c. 1903 - 1103-23b thl

a photograph of the expanded Conner family circa 1903. John E. Conner (see 1103-23a) seated on arm of father's wickerwork chair, wearing Fauntleroy getup; William Clayton Conner, seated; toddler Harry Conner standing to right of chair;Sarah Brown Conner, standing and holding the infant Lettie Connor (born 1902). Original was mounted on cardboard with photographer's imprint.

Image of Apple harvesting - 1104-1 thl

Apple harvesting - 1104-1 thl

Apple harvesting. Group of people in apple orchard surrounded by wooden barrels filled with apples. Date estimated as c. 1900s. Mounted on heavy cardboard.

Image of Cora E. Rudolph, memorial card - 1104-8 thl

Cora E. Rudolph, memorial card - 1104-8 thl

Mrs. Cora E. Rudolph, memorial card. Died Feb. 26, 1901. Gold ink on black cardboard.

Image of McKinley stops in Winchester - 111-1 thl

McKinley stops in Winchester - 111-1 thl

President William McKinley on a whistlestop tour, probably during the 1900 campaign, stops at the B&O railroad depot at Kent and Piccadilly Streets in Winchester, shaking hands with local people. Filed under "McKinley, President, stops in Winchester". Man on right side of train platform identified as David Wingerter.

Image of C. Ed Johnston, circa 1900 - 1168-184 wfchs

C. Ed Johnston, circa 1900 - 1168-184 wfchs

C. Ed Johnston, circa 1900. From Wilbur S. Johnston negative collection.

Image of Paving Loudoun Street - 1175-197 wfchs

Paving Loudoun Street - 1175-197 wfchs

Crew paving Loudoun Street. 105-127 North Loudoun in background. Work crews, shovels, etc. Date estimated as c. 1900. No persons identified.