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Name Unger family

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Image of Frances and Vernon Unger with AACA Steeering Wheel award - 736-495 thl

Frances and Vernon Unger with AACA Steeering Wheel award - 736-495 thl

Frances and Vernon Unger with Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA), Shenandoah Region, Steering Wheel Award plaque. Date uncertain.

Image of Antique Automobile Club of America - 736-494 thl

Antique Automobile Club of America - 736-494 thl

Antique Automobile Club of America, Shenandoah Region, 1966. Officers pictured l to r: Ward Snyder-Treasurer, George Travers-Board Member, George Weidig-President, Lewis Lamp-Board Member, Vernon Unger-Vice Pres, Russell Anderson-Board Member, Thomas Rissler-Secretary. 2 2.5" x 5" prints also in envelope.

Image of Davidson-Unger family portrait - 111-4 thl

Davidson-Unger family portrait - 111-4 thl

Unger-Davidson extended family. 3 women and 3 men, identified by key as (top, l to r) Norma Unger (mar. Honannes), Hunter Davidson, Venora Davidson; (bottom) Rudy Wingerter, Jeffrey Unger (sister to Norma), Newton Davidson, and a Ms. Miller (from Baltimore). Date not given, but probably very early 20th century. Original matted in oval mask.

Image of Antique Automobile Club of America - 315-15 thl

Antique Automobile Club of America - 315-15 thl

Antique Automobile Club of America, Shenandoah Region, 1970. Officers pictured l to r: (front row) Dick Giles, Lynn Travers, Billie Lamp; (back row) Vernon Unger, Jim Stimmel, Bob Pierce.

Image of Frances Unger visiting friends - 315-13 thl

Frances Unger visiting friends - 315-13 thl

Frances A. Unger (left), visiting Tony and Nancy Wells Eyre house. Ancestral home of Shade family (VB Unger's mother, B. Peace Shade (Unger), was born here in 1889.) Annotations unclear (see insert) - may be Tony Eyre (center) and Nancy Eyre (right). Date given as Sept 2005.

Image of Frances Adams Unger at "Saving Memories Day" - 315-18 thl

Frances Adams Unger at "Saving Memories Day" - 315-18 thl

Frances Adams Unger, age 99 and counting, with family World War I memorabilia, at Handley Archives' "Saving Memories Day", November 17, 2016. Four views.