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Local History

The Shenandoah Room is open most of the time that the library is open. Every effort will be made to make the room easily accessible to our patrons. A Finders Aid is available. The Archives are only open by appointment.  Since the Archivist is not always in the room, other librarians are familiar with the genealogical materials and are willing to assist patrons to locate materials and maps or to use the computers, readers and copiers.

Materials in this room are accessible and copies may be made. A photocopier and a microfilm reader-printer are available.

The Truban Archive and Shenandoah Room strive to identify, collect, preserve and provide access to business, governmental and private papers, maps, books and other ephemera concerning the past and present events in Shenandoah and adjoining Valley counties. These records are made available for study within the Shenandoah Room at 514 Stoney Creek Boulevard, Edinburg, Virginia, 22824. Telephone: 540-984-8200. ex. 208.

The Shenandoah Room is open the following hours:

Tuesday and Thursday 10AM- 5:30 PM and 5:30 pm to 8 pm when a Volunteer is on duty.

Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10AM –6PM

Saturday 10 AM – 3PM only when a Volunteer is on duty.

Closed Sunday

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