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Harry Dunn Collection

Stewart Bell Jr. Archives
Handley Regional Library
Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society

P.O. Box 58, Winchester, VA 22604
(540) 662-9041 ext. 17
archives@handleyregional.org
www.handleyregional.org

129 WFCHS

Inventory created by Archives Staff 12/1981. Last revised 03/2018.

ACCESS RESTRICTIONS: Collection is open to all researchers.

USE RESTRICTIONS: Restrictions may apply concerning the use, photoduplication, or publication of items in this collection. Consult a member of the archives staff for information concerning these restrictions. The user assumes all responsibility for identifying and satisfying any claimants of copyright.

EXTENT: 0.25 linear feet

CREATOR: Dunn, Harry

DATE: 1796-1930; bulk 1900s -1920s

SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection is comprised of two scrapbooks with scenes of Winchester during 1900 to 1920s. The collection also includes two indentures from 1796 and 1797. 

BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL: Harry Dunn was a 1928 graduate of Handley High School.  He worked as an oil company representative and in real estate sales for over 30 years.  He was a member of Christ Episcopal Church, Winchester Exchange Club, the Civil War Round Table, and the Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society.  Dunn died in 2004 at age 95.

CITE AS: Harry Dunn Collection, 129 WFCHS, Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library, Winchester, VA, USA.

ACQUISITION INFORMATION: Acquired as a gift.

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Obituary, The Winchester Star, October 18, 2004.

ORGANIZATION:

BOX 1

Scrapbook of photographs of scenes of Winchester community, c. 1900s-1920s

Scrapbook of photographs of performers at Empire Theater and scenes of Winchester community, c. 1900s-1920s

OVERSIZE

Mapcase 1, Drawer 5

Indenture between Philip Helphenstine and Conrad Kremer for lot in Winchester, July 1, 1796 and July 3, 1796, 2 leaves, manuscript on printed form

Indenture between Philip Helphenstine and Daniel [Tilisen] for lot in Winchester, November 8, 1797, 2 leaves, manuscript on printed form