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"VALLEY HERALDS: THE LEGACY OF THE HENKEL FAMILY"
St. Pauls Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall
193 W. Washington St. Strasburg
Hosted by Strasburg Heritage Association
Call 465-5570 for more information
The public is invited. Join us for fellowship and refreshments.
Join us for our June program to be presented by Nick Powers, Curator of Collections at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley in Winchester. Nick will talk about the remarkable Henkel family of New Market. Though known today mainly for establishing one of the earliest German language printing businesses in the Shenandoah Valley, the family also included a talented array of ministers, artists, and craftsmen. Their influence spread beyond the Valley to places like North Carolina and Tennessee. Using the Henkel Press as a starting point, Nick will explore the multi-faceted endeavors of the Henkel family with the help of the rich letters, printings, and objects they left behind.
"Strasburg & The Post Civil War Era 1865 & Beyond"
Click to View - Runs Approximately 1 hour