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View looking down on Route 50 between Clarksburg (barely visible at the top of the photograph) and Bridgeport prior to the construction of Interstate 79.  Baltimore and Ohio Railroad line visible on the right portion running parallel to Route 50.  Currently, Interstate 79 intersects Route 50 near the center of the photograph.
View prior to construction of Interstate 79 which now runs in the area at the bottom of this photograph.
The dealership is on Bridgeport hill.
'Heavy cutter and helper, middle floor Adamston Flat Glass, Clarksburg, W. Va....Gene DeFrancis to left as helper.'
This photo shows the view of Interstate 79 in Bridgeport at a completed state but not yet opened to traffic.
Joff Rolland, retiring glass cutter at Adamston Flat Glass, Clarksburg, W. Va.  He stands second from the left.
Shown here is a retiring glass cutter, Joff Rolland standing in front of heavy stalls.
A woman pose in front of a Camel advertisement at B & O Depot.
The photo is taken from the top of Rosemont plane. Delmar #4 Coal Mine Entrance visible at top center.
'Delmar #4 opening just left of top of the hill; Rt. 76 in background; Rosemont to the right Bridgeport to left; photo taken from bottom of tipple.'
Students of Lumberport School Room 2 and Miss Stella Woofer (teacher).
'Left Side: W. A. Colerider's Saddle & Harness Shop; Ross Miller's Cabinet Work Shop; Lewellyn Buckhausen's Shoe Shop; Doctor's Office and Post Office; On Right Side: A. N. Singer's Store; M. E. Church; First Post Office; Doctor's Office; Tower Hall; Miller Store & Telephone Exchange; Old Buntin Home; Lloyd Talbott Home and H. B. Darnall Home.'
Two boys with arms on each other's shoulders near water.
Those identified are: Mr. Hibbs, Mrs. Hibbs, Mr. Harry Lewise, Mr. Vincent, Mary Vincent, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Hamilton, Miss. P. Arnett, Miss Lily Hibbs, Mrs. Harry Lewis, Mrs. S. Field, Mr. & Mrs. Redcliffe & Dts., Mr. S., Mr. Vieeson, Mrs. Mallahaw, Mrs. Davis, Clayton Harrison, W. Rawson. (in no particular order)
Also known as the West Virginia Industrial School for Boys.
Morgantown and suspension bridge from Westover.
A game of Football Morgantown High School vs Fairmont High School near North High Street on West Virginia University's playing field.
Likely in Preston County.
Commencement Hall, Stewart Hall on the left, Purinton House on the right.
Group portrait of members of WVU Football team; those identified are 1) Phllips, Asst. Mgr.; 2) Hodges Q or HB; 3) Scott HB; 4)Smith E and 5) MacRae C.
'Mountaineer Field--36,000 seats.'
Writing on windows announce events.
'Erected in Memory  DAVID MORGAN  Directly Upon The Ground of His Famous Encounter With Two Indians  Mar 1_74.'
A view of frozen river in Morgantown; a wharf to left.
'Wharf is all the way to right to R.R. Bridge over head, Morgantown, W. Va.'
Morgantown Plumbing Company visible in background.
Promotional piece and photograph.
Several men are engaging in road construction.
A bird's eye view of Brandonville, Preston County, W. Va..
'L. E. Stout lot, funeral service may be L.E. Stout Stone corners are down now, Bridgeport, W. Va. Cemetery.'
Home of John W. Davis.
Sadie on left, Belinda on right, a note on the back reads: Ted, I have to laugh at this picture--looks as if Sadie was cross at me - the way I'm looking at her as if I can't understand why she won't look at me or else why "she don't open our auto door for me, Ha."
'Sadie & Belinda on the bridge five O'Clock Monday evening.'
A view of Anderson's Bend from a hill top.
'Walter Notle and Sons, Wheeling, W. Va.'