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Elevated view of the lumber company town of Jenningston.
A store is located on the left at the railroad crossing.
Elevated view small town in Harrison County.
Unidentified teamster works hard at transferring or hauling a load.
Created for West Virginia's Fifty Year Celebration. Also printed on the image, " By Starkey at Rau's No. 25".
Shields was the body servant of Colonel James Kerr Edmondson, Company H, 27th Virginia Infantry, "Stonewall Brigade" during the Civil War. Shields, shown here wearing several medals awarded to him by Confederate Veterans Groups, claimed to have also cooked for General Thomas "Stonewall " Jackson.
Colored postcard of the glass factory.
Located on Route 50.
A Morgantown and Kingwood Railroad train rolls pass the station located near what is now Route 7.
Jackson's Mill is the state's Four-H Camp.
Caption on photo reads: "Miami, Florida, Dec. 20- Notre Dame All Stars- Coach Art Lewis of University of West Virginia, left, talks things over with this trio from Notre Dame who will play North College All Stars in the Orange Bowl Dec. 26. Left to right: Lewis, Pat Bisceglia, G; Gene Kapish, E; Dick Fitzgerald, FB."
Loaded Baltimore & Ohio Rail Cars stand across from the unidentified workers and the ovens operated by Elkins Coal and Coke Company.
Sign on bridge in photograph reads: "Built by Eli and Lem Chenoweth 1852. Repaired by State Road Commission 1934."
Celebration outside of the Blackwater Hotel on the fourth of July in 1910.
Rear view.
Just outside of Preston Co., W. Va. on Route 50.
1925-1926 Harrison County Champions.
Union miners, involved in a riot at the Cliftonville Mine against non-union miners, were charged and tried for murder. An estimated nine men were killed including Sheriff Harding Duval during the northern panhandle "mine war".
Truck carrying The Original Cumberland Old German Beer "Made Only By The Queen City Brewing Co., Cumberland, Md.." "Beware of imitations."
Rear view.
Students pose in costume.