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Image of American Legion Baseball Team - 1175-273 wfchs

American Legion Baseball Team - 1175-273 wfchs

American Legion Baseball Team at their banquet in 1946 (George Washington Hotel?). Front Row L-R: Earl Bailey, William Hink Lewis, Elmo Bloom, Robert Patton, Lee Fawcett, Harold Fawcett, Owen Foltz, Less [Lester] Singhass, Robert Kern, nfn Cunningham, Bill Pifer, Ralph "Bo" Fansler, Max Largent, Jimmy Foltz, Leon Pope, Bill Bailey, Arthur "Buddy" Swisher, ?, Les Shickle. Second Row L-R: David Pentz, Ted Keller, Jim Largent, Frank Jenkins, P.G. Ireland, Rod Sirbaugh, Eugene Dearing, "Miff" Clowe, "Crown Prince of Baseball", "Nick" Altrack, Larry Hill, Chet Hobert, Dr. Casey, Ellsworth Keller, Miller Fletcher, Bob Legge, Bob Manuel, Bailey,?,?,Jack Blackburn. 1 b/w glossy photo

Image of Charles R. Anderson, Mayor of Winchester - 69-410 wfchs

Charles R. Anderson, Mayor of Winchester - 69-410 wfchs

Charles R. Anderson, Mayor of Winchester 1932-1948

Image of Mayor Charles Zuckerman - 69-600 wfchs

Mayor Charles Zuckerman - 69-600 wfchs

Charles Zuckerman, mayor of Winchester 1980-89. Zuckerman seated at desk, wearing 3-piece suit.

Image of Zuckerman, Charles - 736-622 thl

Zuckerman, Charles - 736-622 thl

Charles Zuckerman while mayor of Winchester. Zuckerman wearing apparent glen plaid suit. Photo has small flaw in button righthand corner.

Image of Mayor Harry H. Baker - 69-414 wfchs

Mayor Harry H. Baker - 69-414 wfchs

Harry H. Baker, Mayor of Winchester 1904-1912. Middle-aged man, balding, glen plaid jacket and trousers. Date(s) of photo(s) unknown.

Image of Baker, William H. - 12-18 wfchs

Baker, William H. - 12-18 wfchs

William H. Baker (1855-1915), mayor of Winchester and chocolate manufacturer. Dated to c. 1900.

Image of Robert T. Barton Sr., mayor of Winchester 1899-1902 - 69-419 wfchs

Robert T. Barton Sr., mayor of Winchester 1899-1902 - 69-419 wfchs

Robert T. Barton, Sr,. mayor of Winchester 1899-1902. Date estimated as c. 1900. (Photograph of painting?)

Image of Robert T. Barton and friends, late 1880's or early 1890's - 1268-89 wfchs

Robert T. Barton and friends, late 1880's or early 1890's - 1268-89 wfchs

Robert T. Barton and five friends, taken at White Sulphur Springs, WV, August 18(89?). (Mode of dress is consistent with the late 1880s-early 1890s.) People identified on back of photo in pencil, but it is now very difficult to read. Mr. F. L----, No. La., Mr. J. N. T------, Baltimore, R. T. Barton, Va., Mrs. M. N.(?) May - No. La., Mrs. Maude(?) May, No. La., B. R. M--f---s, Va. Mounted on heavy cardboard.

Image of Robert T. Barton and friends, 1890's - 1268-94 wfchs

Robert T. Barton and friends, 1890's - 1268-94 wfchs

Group photograph of Robert T. Barton Sr. and sixteen unidentified friends, taken presumably on the lawn of his home at 106 South Washington Street, c. 1890s. (Mode of dress is consistent with early 1890s.) Mounted on heavy cardboard.

Image of Robert T. Barton and friends, 1890 - 1268-91 wfchs

Robert T. Barton and friends, 1890 - 1268-91 wfchs

Robert T. Barton, six friends, and a dog,taken on the side porch of his home at 106 South Washington Street, c. 1890. Other people named as Mrs. Barton, Ray Stevenson, Mr. Hall (German teacher), Miss Mary Tibalt, Miss Maggie Hessey, Miss Lily Ward (but no clear indication which names belong to which people). Photocopy of group photograph.

Image of Robert T. Barton and friends, c. 1900 - 1268-90 wfchs

Robert T. Barton and friends, c. 1900 - 1268-90 wfchs

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Barton and friends, taken at Hot Springs, VA, c. 1899-1900. (mode of dress is more consistent with a slightly later date). Mr. Barton is on left of picture. To his right are, in order, Miss Griffin (daughter of Judge and Mrs. Griffin), Judge Griffin, Mrs. Patterson (dark sash with bow), Mrs. Griffin, Mr. Patterson, Marie Ames (Mrs. R. E. Byrd), Gertrude W. Barton (Mrs. Robert T. Barton). Photocopy of group photograph.

Image of William M. Battaile - 69-420 wfchs

William M. Battaile - 69-420 wfchs

William M. Battaile (mayor of Winchester 1964-72), probably c. 1950s (approximately same age as the 1956 Oyster Dinner photo, see 69-255).

Image of Mr. and Mrs. Battaile and Ben Belchic, in 18th century costume - 1384-6 wfchs

Mr. and Mrs. Battaile and Ben Belchic, in 18th century costume - 1384-6 wfchs

Mr. (later Mayor) William M. Battaile, Ben Belchic (portraying Benjamin Franklin), and Virginia (Mrs. William) Battaile, all dressed in 18th century costume with costume-party wigs. Date given as February 22, 1952, at photo-op showing costumes to be worn at Winchester Bicentennial Ball (part of Winchester's 200th birthday celebration) that evening.

Image of Stewart Bell Jr playing soldier - 1507-3 wfchs

Stewart Bell Jr playing soldier - 1507-3 wfchs

Stewart Bell, Jr. (1910-2001), as a boy dressed in a World War I soldier outfit carrying a wooden gun. Probably Fort Loudoun Seminary Class Day, June 2, 1919. (Reproduction may have been made any time since then.)

Image of Mayor Stewart Bell, Jr. c. 1975 - 69-423a wfchs

Mayor Stewart Bell, Jr. c. 1975 - 69-423a wfchs

Stewart Bell, Jr. (1910-2001), mayor of Winchester 1972-1980. Original taken c. 1975. THIRTEEN copies: 1 8" x 10" in folder, 2 5" x 3.5", 11 3.5" x 2.5" wallet size.

Image of Stewart Bell, Jr. - 69-423b wfchs

Stewart Bell, Jr. - 69-423b wfchs

Stewart Bell, Jr. (1910-2001), mayor of Winchester 1972-1980. Taken much more recently than 69-423a, date uncertain.

Image of Stewart Bell, Jr., elated graduate - 512-20 thl

Stewart Bell, Jr., elated graduate - 512-20 thl

Stewart Bell, Jr. (1910-2001), celebrating his graduation from Handley High School. Two copies, one yellowed original, one recent reproduction. Date obtained from Handlian as 1928.

Stewart Bell Jr - gravestone - 69-1361a wfchs

Stewart Bell, Jr. tombstone in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Date of print July 5, 2003.

Stewart Bell Jr - gravestone - 69-1361b wfchs

tombstones of Stewart Bell, Jr. and wife Rosalie Bruce Nelson Bell in Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Date of print July 5, 2003.

Image of Mayor Stewart Bell Jr speaking at Nan McGrail's testimonial - 1361-34 thl

Mayor Stewart Bell Jr speaking at Nan McGrail's testimonial - 1361-34 thl

Stewart Bell, Jr. (1910-2001), then Mayor of Winchester, speaking at the podium at Nan McGrail's testimonial at American Red Cross meeting. Date slightly uncertain, but not later than 1977 (Ben Belchic was present).