Goldie Affleck Ginn Collection

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

Goldie Affleck Ginn Collection, 1561 WFCHS

SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection contains a variety of items from the life of Eula Affleck including an Easter Sunday School bulletin, an essay on the Apple Blossom Festival written in 1927, and a letter to Ms. Affleck from H. S. Duffey while she was a teacher at Woodbine School. Ms. Affleck, who spent most of her professional life as a teacher at Virginia Ave Elementary School, taught in the Winchester City School System for 45 years. She died on November 28, 1975. is also with the collection.
(1 box) Last updated 03/10.

BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL: Goldie Affleck Ginn was a long time Winchester resident and a 50 year employee of Big A Auto Parts. A niece of Eula Affleck, she was born on February 17, 1916 and died September 4, 1995. In 1954, Goldie married H. Brisco Ginn, who donated the items in this collection.

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL: Taken from the obituaries of Eula Affleck and Goldie Affleck Ginn in the Winchester Star, and from the personal recollection of Brisco Ginn.

Cite As: Goldie Affleck Ginn Collection #1561, Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library, Winchester, VA, USA.

BOX 1

Church Bulletin – Union Sunday School, Easter, April 3, 1904, 1 item, printed

Correspondence – Eula Affleck from H. S. Duffey, April 26, 1929, with check from
Woodbine School (prize awarded in "Parade of the Blossom"), 2
leaves, printed and typescript

Obituary – Affleck, Eula, 1 leaf, printed (photocopy)

Obituary – Ginn, Goldie Affleck, 1 leaf, printed (photocopy)

 

Paper – The Apple Blossom Festival by Eula Affleck, June 30, 1927, 8 leaves, manuscript

The Valley Banker, Vol. IV, No. 7, July, 1908, 8 pages, printed

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