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Those who identified are (Left to Right): Rene Smith, Lillie Jarvis (Mrs. Bruce Maxwell, Millie Smith, Carrie Mallonee (Mrs. Gordon Dayton), Laura Murray (Mrs. Frank Dixon).  Sitting: Charity Johnson, Willa Jarvis (Mrs. Paul Robinson).
'Man hanging from bridge (black man) killed the man in the funeral hearse.'
Palatine Pottery makers and others at Fairmont, W. Va. at home on East Side River gather at their home.
Shown here is the south side of Main Street near former Empire National Bank. W. Harrison Hardware, Dentist's Office, Job Printing, and Pianos/Organs/Sewing Machines.
A view of the Old Suspension Bridge: pedestrians and a buggy going by.
Taken from Haymond Highway Entrance looking south toward Nutter Fort, W. Va..
Several unidentified people stand on the front porch of this Queen Anne architectural style house located at 295 Clay Street.
This house on East Main Street stands on a site now occupied with McGlumphy Funeral Home.
'Charles E. McCany pays rent on five barns to me, subleases 4 on Fairmont side of River and one in First Ward.'
Two African-American Newsboys and Unidentified man stand outside C. N Chilins, located on Madison Ave. Fairmont, W. Va...eventually (relocated) to the first floor of Watson Hotel.
Top row from left to right: C. Osborn; W. Shinn; P. Kyle; D. Wells.  Bottom row from left to right: R. Jenkins; G. Osborn; C. Besterly; J. Coffman; R. Custer; F. Ruttencutt; G. Williams.
The town of Richwood is in Nicholas county.
"Tourists' Headquarters, U.S Route 50 and 19"
'All that remains of Blennerhassett's mansion on famous Blennerhassett island.'
'This view taken just above Sistersville about 1906'
'Noble Colvin in doorway; Jim & Mrs. Colvin to left of Noble; Bob Colvin , son of Noble is at the controls of wagon used to haul clay from two miles away, from the Wymer Farm on Broad Run.  Also used in hauling the finished product to railway.  Charles Colvin, son of uncle Jim Colvin is astride the horse standing in the road.  [the pottery is] possibly dismantled in 1918; original photo from Charles Colvin; pottery brought from J. P. Parker around 1880 by S.A. Colvin & Seymore A. Colvin.'
Terra Alta, W. Va. is 3300 feet above sea level.
Oil Rigs in the foreground.
A view of flooded streets; looking up Front Street from Greene Street likely in Marietta Ohio. The view is on a postcard possibly mailed from Waverly, W. Va., which is a small town across the Ohio River from Marietta, OH.
'4th Street looking West, Parkersburg, W. Va.'
Clarksburg High School Football squad with school principle Orie McConkey (in suit with mustache).
Two male on a new year's night at 10:30pm.
The city of Grafton is in Taylor County.
The town of Richwood is in Nicholas county.
Two children in a horse drawn buggy.
The mill, built more than 100 years ago, is located one mile west of Bridgeport today.
A View of West Grafton across the river.
Lang's Mill is 100 years old at time of photo.
Aftermath of the explosion at Mine No. 8 on December 6, 1907 at Monongah, W. Va.
View of Waldomore and Waldo Hotel looking towards Glen Elk.
Members of Clarksburg High School Foot Ball Squad pose in the field from right to left: 1) W. Shinn; 2) R. Coffman; 3) R. Custer; 4) G. Curtin; 5) C. Osborn; 6) O. Oesterly; 7) F. Ruttencutter; 8) R. Graham; 9) W. Jacobs; 10) W. Garret; 11) R. Harrison; 12) G. Williams and 13) F. Hugill.
Workers of Grafton Traction company with a car in the background and passengers.
'C. M. Hendley, President; Alfred Walker, Vice-President; H. H. Dean, Cashier.'
Some of his employees (or customers) are pictured along with his horse drawn delivery wagon.
Men, a boy and horses stand around the porch of Geo. W. Minch store.
A view of Morgantown and Glass Factories by the Monongahela River.
A view of Marion County fair, showing a horse race.