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Most likely, John S. Jackson, store manager and postmaster standing on the porch.
Anton Romisch, second from left standing. Workers pose for photograph. Many of the workers holding tools.
Class portrait of children outside of Seneca Elementary School.  Identified in the back row is Ruth Lenhart Smith.
Identified in the second row is Ruth Lenhart Smith.
Joseph A. Dusch's Esso Service Station in Wheeling, W. Va., on corner of 33rd Eoff streets.  Includes two gas pumps and presumably J.A. Dusch standing in front of his station.
View of the unveiling of the Confederate Monument at Valley Mountain near the Marshall Farm at Mingo Flats.  The occasion recognized General Robert E. Lee's nearby 1861 campsite and the Confederate dead of the areas.  Present for the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Wamsley, Zano Simmons, Jake G. Simmons, Ellen B. McDonald, Reverand William E. Hudson, M. Hart Wamsley, Joe See, James Ware, Mary Crouch, and George Fisher.
View of the U.S. Dipper Dredge 'Beaver' which was built by McClintic-Marshall Corporation at Leetsdale, Pennsylvania.
Among other services, the garage also does lawn mower grinding.
A woman in a garden.  'Mammie.'
On the back it reads: 'it is my only consolation so I hope this will consol you as yours does me.  From your wife Mamie.  Mr. Moses Baisden.   Let me know by writing wheather you receives this picture of me or not.  I have the ...of one that you gave me.'
On the back it reads: 'Easter Greetings D Campbell.'
Inscribed on back 'Cousin Wilson Rhodes, proud of his yard.'
On the back it reads: 'Eddie Lawrence, U.S.N. Fallbrook, California, my shipmate.'
'McKinney, U.S.N. Fallbrook, California, my shipmate.'
'"Bill" William Neal, U.S.S. Fallbrook, California, World War II.'
Small child in front of home. Baby carriage also in yard.
Some wearing white make up on their faces.
A portrait of Hunter Robinson, seated.  Inscribed inside '123 Brown Street Clarksburg W. Va.'
'To Mrs. Campbell Family from Nathan Scott, Mar. 9, 1924.'
WPDX started in 1947. Roy Acuff is third from left.
Four country musicians holding their instruments - guitars, upright bass, and violin (fiddle).
E. R. Caster family outing on July 4th. The original is in the oversize photograph collection.
The Homewood Pottery Company changed its name to Bowers Pottery.
Pottery workers of Bowers Pottery at their work stations.  The Bowers Pottery is formerly Homewood Pottery Company.
Pottery workers at their work station along with products on drying rack.  The Bowers Pottery is formerly Homewood Pottery Company.
The Bowers Pottery is formerly Homewood Pottery Company.