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People standing by the remains of the Cherry River Boom and Lumber Co.
Remains of the Cherry River Boom and Lumber Company.
Remains of the Cherry & Lumber Company.
Group portrait of men sitting on a wooden bench.<br />
Bergoo, West Virginia; Lumber company building beside train tracks.<br /><br />
Logs and lumber piles seen from a distance.
Portrait of crew with surveying equipment.
A Pardee and Curtin Company operation.
Smoke emanating from burning mill at night.
Log Train passing along hillside.
Pardee and Curtain Lumber operation. This tree, possibly a redwood, was used to build the Titanic. More info from Comstock's "Of Times Past", 1949.  Cut from Cuppernick ? Bend near Curtin, Nicholas County.
Possibly a redwood tree used in building the "Titanic". Harvested by the Pardee and Curtin Lumber Co.The man on the left is John Harvey Reid.
Group of men pose at their camp site. None are identified.
Miners on cars in front of the entrance to the Bergoo No. 3 Mine. Rear Left to Right:  Ernest 'Windy' Rose, Argil Rose (on car), Oliver Williams, French Dunlop, Ernie Riffle (later killed in a mine accident at the same mines), Mike Hamilton, Hartsel Friend, Lloyd Crites, Fred Bennett?, Russell Heaveners; Motor Men: Bucky Rexroad (left) and Okey Grien (right), Gordon Ward (2nd motor left) and Gillepsie (2nd motor right), Hick Hardway (standing on car), Ray Riffle (leaning on car).
A portrait of W.C. Cooper, possibly the President of Board of Education Fork Lick District, Webster County, West Virginia.
Men cutting logs for a contest in Webster County.
Aerial view of Webster Springs in Webster County.
Aerial view of Webster Springs in Webster County.
Aerial view of Webster Springs in Webster County from Miller Mountain.
Pardee and Curtin Company.
Aerial view of Bergoo in Webster County.
Photographs of some tourist attractions in Webster County shown in the West Virginia Farm News.
Children and others watch the laying of cornerstone of old Webster Springs High School.
Photograph of the Mountaineer Editorial Staff working.
Bus driver and two men stand next to the bus filled with students in front of Webster County High School.
Five men and a young girl in front of the bus.
'Son of Sampson Dodrill.'
'First Webster County Extension Agent.'