The William Garber Photograph Collection, 1930-1960, is comprised of about 1625 negatives and 70 prints that were taken and developed by William Garber of Garber's Photo Shop in Mount Jackson, Virginia. The subject matter of the images encompasses the people, places, industries, automobiles, sports, events, disasters, etc., of the northern Shenandoah Valley (primarily between the cities of Harrisonburg and Woodstock). Also included is a July 1949 issue of The National Geographic Magazine. View finding aid here.


Browse the William Garber Photograph Collection, 1930-1960 Collections:

Series 1, Buildings and Places

Series 2, Industry

Series 3, Motor Vehicles

Series 4, Civil and Armed Services

Series 5, School Photos

Series 6, Sports and Outdoor Recreation

Series 7, Horses and Horse Events

Series 8, Other Events and Entertainment

Series 9, Accidents and Disasters

Series 10, Miscellaneous

Series 11, Aerial Photography

Series 12, Ephemera

Series 13, Photograph Prints