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Image of Arlington National Cemetery - 1050-78a wfchs

Arlington National Cemetery - 1050-78a wfchs

Arlington National Cemetery. Flag at half staff, morning of wreath laying cemetery. Date given as May 30th, 2001. Two prints in envelope.

Image of Arlington National Cemetery - 1050-78b wfchs

Arlington National Cemetery - 1050-78b wfchs

Arlington National Cemetery. Chanaging the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, morning of wreath laying cemetery. Date given as May 30th, 2001.

Image of Arlington National Cemetery - 1050-78c wfchs

Arlington National Cemetery - 1050-78c wfchs

Arlington National Cemetery. Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, morning of wreath laying cemetery. Date given as May 30th, 2001.

Image of Arlington National Cemetery - 1050-78d wfchs

Arlington National Cemetery - 1050-78d wfchs

Arlington National Cemetery. Raleigh D. Easter et al at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier for the wreath laying cemetery. Date given as May 30th, 2001.

Image of Arlington National Cemetery - 1050-78e wfchs

Arlington National Cemetery - 1050-78e wfchs

Arlington National Cemetery. Raleigh D. Easter et al at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier for the wreath laying cemetery. Date given as May 30th, 2001.

Image of G.A.R. ribbon - 1175-159 wfchs

G.A.R. ribbon - 1175-159 wfchs

G.A.R. (Grand Army of the Republic) ribbon for Mulligan Post No. 30, Memorial Day 19?0 (1910?). Date of photograph unknown.

Image of Confederate Memorial Day - 735-6d thl

Confederate Memorial Day - 735-6d thl

136th annual Confederate Memorial Day at Stonewall Cemetery, June 6, 2002. Photo is of gravestones with Confederate flags next to the stones.

Image of Confederate Memorial Day - 735-6a thl

Confederate Memorial Day - 735-6a thl

136th annual Confederate Memorial Day at Stonewall Cemetery, June 6, 2002. Photo is of stone marker that reads "Stonewall Cemetery." Confederate flags are on the right and left of the marker.

Image of Confederate Memorial Day - 735-6b thl

Confederate Memorial Day - 735-6b thl

136th annual Confederate Memorial Day at Stonewall Cemetery, June 6, 2002. Photo is of stone marker that reads "Third Battle of Winchester." Confederate flags are on the right and left of the marker. Tombstones and flags also shown at rear of the marker.

Image of Confederate Memorial Day - 735-6c thl

Confederate Memorial Day - 735-6c thl

136th annual Confederate Memorial Day at Stonewall Cemetery, June 6, 2002. Photo is of gravestones with Confederate flags next to the stones.

Image of Confederate Memorial Day - 735-7a thl

Confederate Memorial Day - 735-7a thl

136th annual Confederate Memorial Day. United Daughters of the Confederacy, Turner Ashby Chapter 184 at Stonewall Cemetery, June 6, 2002. Mrs. Michael (Debbie) Thomas is giving the dedication. Tombstones and confederate flags are in forefront of photo.

Image of Confederate Memorial Day - 735-7b thl

Confederate Memorial Day - 735-7b thl

136th annual Confederate Memorial Day at Stonewall Cemetery, June 6, 2002. Children of the Confederacy (in costume) are placing a wreath at the tomb of the unknown soldiers. In the background is Shenandoah University, McCormick Civil War Institute, Tuscarora Brass Band; also in costume.

Image of Confederate Memorial Day - 735-8a thl

Confederate Memorial Day - 735-8a thl

136th annual Confederate Memorial Day at Stonewall Cemetery, June 6, 2002. Photo is of Betty White and Kate Fravel in period dress. Gravestones with Confederate flags are in the background.

Image of Confederate Memorial Day - 735-8b thl

Confederate Memorial Day - 735-8b thl

136th annual Confederate Memorial Day at Stonewall Cemetery, June 6, 2002. Photo is of Carol Swanson and her daughter Jenna Swanson in period dress. Tombstone of Brothers Ashby in background.

Image of Stephens City IOOF Decoration Day Parade - 736-388 thl

Stephens City IOOF Decoration Day Parade - 736-388 thl

Stephens City IOOF (International Order of Odd Fellows) Decoration Day Parade, June 14, 1925. Vintage car at head of parade. Published in Frederick County: from the Frontier to the Future, p. 82.