Hotel Woodstock


Shenandoah County Court House
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Shenandoah County Court House
Woodstock Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
This building of native limestone, erected in 1791, is the oldest Court House now in use west of the Blue Ridge. A few rods southeast from here stood the church in which Peter Muhlnburg preached his martial sermon and made his famous call to arms in 1776. Thomas Marshall, Sr., and Thomas Marshall, Jr., father and brother of Chief Justice John Marshall were the first clerks of this County, 1772-1784



The Mabel Lee Walton House
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The Mabel Lee Walton House
Woodstock Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
THIS COLONIAL MANSION IS THE NATIONAL MEMORIAL HEADQUARTERS AND EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA, FOUNDED IN VIRGINIA IN 1898.


Hamilton Motel & Restaurant
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Hamilton Motel & Restaurant
Woodstock Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
U.S. 11, Woodstock, Virginia "Colonial Hospitality" Colonial Motel with new & modern appointments in the heart of Shenandoah Valley. Swimming pool, guest controlled heat & air-conditioning. Excellent dining from 6:30 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. Mary Ellen & David Stalker 459-3618



Shenandoah County Court House
Title:
Shenandoah County Court House
Woodstock Virginia (VA), White Border unused

Description:
Built 1792


Narrow Passage On Valley Turnpike
Title:
Narrow Passage On Valley Turnpike
Woodstock Virginia (VA), Divided Back unused



Shenandoah County Court House
Title:
Shenandoah County Court House
Woodstock Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
This building of native limestone, erected in 1791, is the oldest Court House now in use west of the Blue Ridge. A few rods southeast from here stood the church in which Peter Muhlnburg preached his martial sermon and made his famous call to arms in 1776. Thomas marshal, Sr., and Thomas Marshall. Jr., father and brother of Chief Justice John Marshall were the first clerks of this County. 1772-1784.


Shenandoah County Court House
Title:
Shenandoah County Court House
Woodstock Virginia (VA), Linen unused

Description:
This building of native limestone, erected in 1791, is the oldest Court House now in use west of eh blue Ridge. A few rods southeast from here stood the church in which Peter Muhlnburg preached his martial sermon and made his famous call to arms in 1776. Thomas Marshall, Sr., and Thomas Marshall, Jr., father and brother of Chief Justice John Marshall were the first clerks of this County, 1772-1784.





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