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View prior to construction of Interstate 79 which now runs in the area at the bottom of this photograph.
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.
Identified in the photo:  Dave Greathouse, John Owens, Ray Kenshaw, Will Hardon, Will Swiger, Frank Welch - Manager, Robert Fox, Stealey Guinn, Mike Cottingham, Emory Coffman - Captain, Basil Welch.
'Adamston Flat Glass--top floor cutting room, stalls at left side far end were #1 to #15 just in picture & right side would be #16 to far right #32.  My stall was #7 just out of sight on left side behind the center elevator.  My father Frank Duez was #10 beside elevator behind water fountain & heater.  The way it looked to me when I became & app. in 1962.  I was working in behind the elevator on right side in #21....' (Dick Duez)
A view of middle floor, Cutting Room at Adamston Flat Windown Glass.  Looking toward east section of the building.  This floor houses from stall #30 to #40; the boss cutter's office is located far right near the elevator.
A view of top floor; the stall #31 is Marion Suon's.
The middle floor of Adamston Flat Glass houses stalls from 30 to 49.  Among those pictured Ed Taymon, Boss Cutter; inspectors; Nester Drolet, Boss Cutter; Salesman; Earl Duboise, inspector are identified (with not specific order).
A view of the Stall #50 on the middle floor, looking toward north section of the building.
The final packing process; 12x16 inches B quality double strength framed in wooden case.
A box of flat glass cased in cardboard frame before loaded in wooden frame case.
A box of papered double strength B quality flat glass.
A house on Water Street damaged by tornado in 1970, Bridgeport, W. Va.
A car damaged by tornado found at the bottom of Lawman Avenue, Bridgeport, W. Va.
A view of Clarksburg taken from Rolland Flat Glass.
Glass cutters at Adamston Flat Glass, Joff Rolland on right, Creed Powell,  President of C.I.O Union on center.
A view of back lot of Adamston Flat Glass.
A view of back lot of Adamston Flat Glass piled with junk.
A view of Clarksburg from Adamston Flat Glass; looking northward toward Shinnston.
The lot behind the Adamston Flat Glass; there are freight carts and railroad tracks.
A view of Adamston Flat Glass taken from the Rt. 19 Shinston Rd. at Adamston, W. Va.  The river is West Fork River.
A man in white shirt is Creed Powell, President and CIO and Joff Rolland  at his right.
Some retired glass cutters in front of Clearlite Fourco Glass Co.
A view of Adamston Flat Glass from Clarksburg looking Westward toward Adamston, W. Va.; the river is behind the building on the right; a small tank in operation.
The site of final addition of Rolland Glass; the site is along the West Fork River on Old Clearlite Sports Field.
It is located in the middle floor of the building.
'Heavy cutter and helper, middle floor Adamston Flat Glass, Clarksburg, W. Va....Gene DeFrancis to left as helper.'
Cutters at Adamston Flat Glass presenting a present to retiring Joff Rolland in suit; standing far left in light jacket is Jim Funk and Jack Swogger in white t-shirt stands right to Joff Rolland.
One of the men in the background is Richard Mooney, heavy glass cutter, at Adamston Flat Glass.
Richard Mooney from Grafton is a heavy glass cutter at Adamston Flat Glass.
Joe Nicewanner on left and Joff Rolland on right, they are from Bridgeport, W. Va.
Joff Rolland center in white shirt, and Ed Tayman, boss Cutter.
Shown here is 'Frank J. Duez cutting large cap single strength window glass on evening shift at Rolland Window Glass, Clarksburg, W. Va.'
At Adamston Flat Glass, Clarksburg, W. Va., Russell Rice 5th from right; Joff Rolland 7th from right.
"Adamston Flat Glass, looking toward Shinnston, Clarksburg, W. Va."
"one of the first [glass] cutting machine."
The photo was taken from Adamston Glass Building.
Arthur Markum working in Stall #6 on the top floor of Cutting Room; He is the last president of the American Window Glass Cutters Union.
Bill Davis, Window Glass Blower, demonstrates his art at Adamston Flat Glass.
A rear view of Adamston Flat Glass on Adams Avenue, Clarksburg, W. Va.
Joff Rolland, retiring glass cutter at Adamston Flat Glass, Clarksburg, W. Va.  He stands second from the left.
A ground breaking ceremony for the new addition to Rolland Window Glass, Forco System.  Joff Rolland is one on the far left.
It is a north view of future site of Rolland Glass.
Preparing for the final addition on north end of Rolland Glass.
Workers working on a new addition to the front of the building at Adamston Flat Glass; a small tank stack in the background.
Shown here is a retiring glass cutter, Joff Rolland standing in front of heavy stalls.
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).
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)
The location and identities of the subjects are not determined.
From left to right 1) Marcellus George 2) M.S. McDanel 3) F.E. Englar 4) J.P. Walker 5)V. D. Cockey 6) F. S. Dannenberg 7) C. McCLemley 8) J.J. Curtin 9) W.L. Zirkle 10) E.E. Harrison 11) I.L. Peffinberger 12) J.C. Heilig 13) R.H. Killingsworth 14) A.C. George 15) T.C. Cockey 16) H.A. Cook 17) W.L. Six 18) F.W. Ternune 19) J.P. White 20) J.A. Carder 21) Ray Hawkins 22) M.E. Nelson 23) S.S. Mathias 24) C.W. Brown.
Two men stand in front of the entrance to the building in which Sheet Metal Work occupies on the street level.
The photo taken in front of Woodburn Hall, Morgantown, W. Va.
A view of spillway of the Tygart Dam, Grafton, W. Va.
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.
'Changing tools Oil Flowing'
Workers feed hay to IHC Baler (Baling Machine, while W. A. McClure (the first on the right), owner and manager oversees.
Town's people stand around a grocery store in Kingwood, W. Va.
The birthplace of Lemuel N. John is located near Stewartstown, W. Va.
"W.M. 1012, 0-6-0, B-3; Alco 1914; 2-cyl. 21x28; Press. 200; Drivers 51; T.F. 41,160; E. Wght 164700."
D D 68", Wght 190,000.
"Drum Dia 51", Wght 331,600, Cylinders 21x30, Pressure 200, Tractive Power 33,100.'
'B.t Baldwin 1937, Wght. 248,000, 800 H.P.;the photo was taken at Fairmont, W. Va.; engine enroute to New Orleans, La.'