Series 11, Aerial Photography, includes 217 negatives of some of Garber's most famous work of the Shenandoah Valley. After becoming a licensed pilot in 1947, he merged his hobby of aviation with his hobby of photography and produced a large number of aerial images. With the help of the original housing and maps, these images were separated into eight subseries: Route 11 through Harrisonburg, the Shenandoah River between New Market and Front Royal, Rockingham Poultry, the Shenandoah County Fair, James Madison University and other Academic Buildings, Luray, Images taken from Jack Reynold's Plane, and Miscellaneous. Unlike the majority of the collection, the images of the bends in the Shenandoah River are in color.
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