J. William Sibert Collection

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

J. William Sibert Collection, 200 THL

Scope and Content: The J. William Sibert collection contains a scrapbook of photographs taken in Winchester, VA during the Victory Parade after World War I. Collection also contains one short news article about local veterans (nurses, soldiers, etc.) of WWI who received medals. (1 box) Last updated 05/2012.

Biographical/Historical: J. William Sibert was born on April 6, 1863 to James W. and Arabella Hooper Sibert. During Woodrow Wilson? administration Sibert served as postmaster for Winchester, Virginia. A member of the Sarah Zane Fire Company, he served as fire chief of Winchester for 30 years. Sibert died on July 19, 1939 and is buried in Mount Hebron Cemetery.

Bibliography: Taken from his obituary, Winchester Evening Star, July 19, 1939, page 1.

Cite As: J. William Sibert Collection, 200 THL, Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library, Winchester, VA, USA.

Box 1

Scrapbook, 40 photographs taken during Victory Parade, Winchester, Virginia, August 1919.

News clipping ? war nurses