Remembering Harrisonburg

harrisonburg poster Just in time for the holidays! This wonderful watercolor by local artist Robert Woods depicts local homes and buildings as they were in 1977, and you can order this print in time for the holidays!. (Click here for an enlargement)

This limited edition print features major landmarks like the old Court Square, Harrisonburg’s Municipal Building, Wilson Hall at James Madison University, the Solarium at Eastern Mennonite University, and the original Harrisonburg High School.

Capturing the romance of this rural area, Woods also included the old Pleasant Valley Train Station, the Stoneleigh Inn, the Morrison House and a quaint old country Mennonite church complete with horse-drawn buggies. As a final touch, Woods includes the American Legion War Memorial monument at the junction of Main and Liberty streets.

The limited edition print is suitable for framing, measuring 25 by 18 inches. It is printed on premium cream-coat paper and will grace any home or office with the memories of old Harrisonburg.

The perfect gift…

There are only 30 of these posters available and when they’re gone, they’re gone. Don’t let this piece of Harrisonburg memorabilia slip away.

Purchase via PayPal for just $24.95 (unframed) Just click here…













All shipping and handling is included, unframed posters are sent in secure poster tube. You may pick up your poster in person rather than receiving it by mail call 540-433-8402 for hours, directions, etc.)

If you would like to purchase using CASH or CHECK just call 540-433-8402. Since these collectable posters make wonderful gifts, you’ll want to ask about our discounts when you buy two or more!



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September 24, 2011
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  • January 12 2012
    Jay said:

    I love the Harrisonburg poster … gave it to my parents for their 50th anniversary! They love it to… THANKS for preserving those posters!

    Jay

  • June 27 2012
    Natalie said:

    I came to your “Remembering Harrisonburg Harrisonburg, Virginia, in the Shenandoah Valley” page via Google … Hope this helps :) Take care.
    I think that print will make a wonderful gift for my parents who were married in Harrisonburg.
    :-)

    Natalie

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