|Collection||Manuel [Ham] Trenary Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Manuel [Ham] Trenary was the first policeman to die in active duty in the Harrisonburg Police Department. During the 1950's Mr. Trenary was shot at the L&S Diner during a robbery by an unknown assailant. His murder was never resolved. The donor, Nancy R. Brubaker was Trenary's niece.
SCOPE AND CONTENT:
Collection consists of personal effects used by Trenary in Staunton, VA, Police School, including two notebooks, a manual on American Jiu-Jitsu, and a police school examination. Transferred from the museum collection Acc. # 99.05.
American Jiu-Jitsu booklet dated 1930 and 1931
Composition book with the name M. W. Trenary, Police School written on the front
Composition book with the name M. W. Trenary, Harrisonburg, Virginia written on the front
Staunton Police School Exam dated February, 1935 and signed by M. W. Trenary, Patrolman, Harrisonburg, VA
|Title||Manuel [Ham] Trenary Collection|