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Henry Barnes Woodhouse, who lived in the London Bridge area in Princess Anne County where he farmed and operated a blacksmith shop. Woodhouse served as brigadier general of the Nineteenth Brigade, Fourth Division of the Virginia Militia in the 1840s…

Guests gathered on the porch of the Ferebee Hotel on Fourteenth Street, Virginia Beach.

Bernard P. Holland standing before the general merchandise store he opened on Seventeenth Street in Princess Anne County, Virginia, in 1910 and operated until the 1930s.

Railway gun emplacement, Fort Story, Virginia, World War II.

This London Bridge house was built approximately 1785 by John Forrest, whose daughter Sarah married Henry Barnes Woodhouse. Sarah died young, but Woodhouse continued to occupy the house until his death in 1879.

A photograph of three unidentified Women of Wesleyan.

Women examine containers and items on the table. The photograph may have been related to the Women of Wesleyan Flea Market.

Women of Wesleyan officer ,Thelma Brennan (right), looks down at a notebook in a discussion with another woman whose identity unknown.

Two Women of Wesleyan officers working on the stall map for the WOW Flea Market.

A woman, who was likely a Woman of Wesleyan officer, points to a stall on a diagram for the Women of Wesleyan Flea Market. Virginia Wesleyan students Sherry McMillan '73 and Jim Simmons '74 are also in the picture and volunteered to assist with the…

An outdoor Women of Wesleyan gathering sometime between 1971-1972.

Turkeys in front of a wagon on the William Simpson farm located on the Knott's Island end of Princess Anne County, Virginia. The Princess Anne turkey was highly prized in Norfolk and beyond at holiday time.

Couples lounging on the cottage line on March 7, 1896, during the Virginia Beach "winter season."

Arnold E. Ewell, who was elected to his first term in the House of Delegates in 1899, is photographed with his sisters Mary (left), Nora, and Alexina. Ewell operated a large farm on the western shore of the Lynnhaven River and maintained an active…

Logging using an ox team.

Two buildings on the Virginia Tech ornamental/truck research extension center land on Diamond Springs Road in Princess Anne County, Virginia when acquired in 1907.

Picture postcard featuring activity on the Virginia Beach boardwalk, 1909.

Five men and several dead, hanging hogs on the John E. Smith farm in rural Princess Anne County, Virginia in the early twentieth century.

Sam Griggs, visitor to the oceanfront, poses for a photograph ca. 1910, before a photographer's backdrop.

Arlington Hotel, located on the right in the photograph, in 1911.
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