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Text on back reads, " 'A' Runway from east side at Station 18 and 60. Rock base at north end being placed. Stock pile of surfacing materials."
An early view of the site of the Morgantown Municipal Airport during construction. Text on back reads, "Municipal Airport: Road location from U. S. 119 - along second fence line."
Former Taylor home, located at 325 Maple Avenue in the South Park neighborhood of Morgantown.
A view of the old Anderson home, located on University Avenue in Star City.
A view of Anderson's barn with one man, several chickens, and two mules in front. Text on back reads, "Now the site of St. Mary's Catholic Church. A bum stayed in this barn one night and burned it down, killing all thirteen horses."
A man and a woman stand outside the front door of their home near Cheat Lake.
The students and staff of the Sabraton School gather in front of the school building for a group portrait.
A class of the Second Ward School with their teachers.
People climb on the wreckage of the Morgantown and Kingwood Railroad repair shops in Sabraton after a fire.
A view of the smoldering ruins of the Morgantown and Kingwood Railroad repair shops in Sabraton.
Three men stand in front of Blatt's Auto and Radio Stores, owned by Carl Blatt, 170 Pleasant Street.
Four men stand near a delivery truck outside a hardware store on Walnut Street.
Two men stand outside the entrance to Barbe and Davis Hardware and the office of Dr. G. M. Joseph, Physician and Surgeon on Walnut Street.
Reverse reads:"This picture shows the staff of The Morgantown Printing and Binding Company.Number 1 is Gilbert Miller.Number 8 is H. A. Cristie.Number 9 is Mr. Ludwig, General Manager.The plant is located in the rooms now occupied by Benny the Tailor and Pikes Bakery on the north side of Pleasant Street, between High and Spruce."
The train station, which still stands, was located next to the old suspension bridge over the Monongahela River.
Richard Restaurant on the corner of Kirk and High Streets. The building no longer exists.
A snowy winter scene on High Street.
Dorsey Knob can be seen in the distance.
The old bridge connecting downtown Morgantown to Westover.
Construction activity taking place along High Street near where the Monongahela Building stands.
A view of High Street showing the Monongahela Building.
A view of the old University High School, located at the top of North Price Street. The building now houses Mountaineer Middle School.
A view looking across the Walnut Street bridge toward the town center. Two men in an early model car are in the foreground.
A view looking north up High Street. Stalnaker Hall and Stewart Hall can be seen in the distance.
A view of Woodburn Circle including Martin, Chitwood, and Woodburn Halls taken from the Falling Run Bridge.
A view of the Brown Building on the corner of High and Walnut Streets, then the location of the Farmers' and Merchants' Bank.
Men sit and talk in front of the courthouse on High Street. J. G. McCrory Co. can be seen in the background, now the site of Reeder and Shuman Attorneys at Law.
Camels and elephants with their handlers walk down a street wearing advertisements for Coca Cola and a circus.
A view of South Park and part of Greenmont, showing the South Park Bridge at center.
A newly finished building, likely a church, in the Wiles Hill neighborhood of Morgantown.
A view of the old Clarksburg Courthouse, erected in 1889 on Main Street. It was replaced in 1932.
"Charlie Chaplin's double on 4 hour stiltwalking ... period. The sidewalks, also indoors and outside stilting." Long poses outside Oppenheimer's Kuppenheimer Good Cloth store on High Street.
A conductor poses on the steps of a street car filled with passengers.
The conductor stands in the door of streetcar 12. Text on the back reads, "This is the streetcar that ran from Morgantown down to Osage."
A woman poses on the grass beneath a sign asking passersby to "Stop at City Auto Company Garage, 444 Chestnut Street, Morgantown" for "auto supplies."
A steamroller participates in early road construction.
The Devil's Den is a swimming hole located on the Cheat River near the mouth of the Big Sandy.
A view of South Park from High Street. At far left is the Walnut Street Bridge.
A view of Guseman's Mill, located on Decker's Creek in Dellslow, near Morgantown, W. Va.
One of Standard Oil Company's oil tanks located near Morgantown goes up in flames due to a lightning strike.
The "I. C. Woodward," launched in 1898 for the Pittsburgh, Brownsville, and Geneva Packet Company, and traveled between Pittsburgh and Morgantown. Woodburn Hall and Martin Hall can be seen on the bank in the background.
View looking over the High Street Bridge, north toward Hotel Morgan.
A Sinclair service station in the Jerome Park, neighborhood in Morgantown.
A view of the West Penn Power Dam in winter.
A group of adults and children pose by their tents. A sign on a tree reads "Floater's Rest."
Two women pose by their 1927 model car, which is decorated with flowers.
A pony pulls a cart festooned with flowers up a residential street lined with spectators.
Two cars race a horse-drawn buggy at the Evansdale Race Track.
Springhill Furnace Presbyterian Church was built ca.1833 and is still in use.
A group of men pose in and on an engine of the M and K Railroad.
A bird's eye view of the South Park and Greenmont neighborhoods of Morgantown.
Now the Spruce Street United Methodist Church, the church stands on the corner of Spruce and Fayette Streets.
A group of children and some adults pose at the door of the blacksmith's shop at the south end of High Street.
A bird's eye view of the Seneca and Sunnyside neighborhoods of Morgantown, showing the Falling Run Bridge in the foreground.
A large group of male glass workers, primarily children or young adults.
The students of the Easton School pose outside of the school building, located in Easton, near Morgantown, W. Va.
A view north up Spruce Street with Cox House on the right.
Six druggists pose for a formal group photo.
A view of the Methodist Episcopal Church on Willey Street, which is now Wesley United Methodist Church.
Oak Park was an amusement park on the Morgantown and Kingwood Railroad, a mile outside of Masontown, Preston County.
A view of the racetrack and grandstand at the old fairgrounds, located in Star City, during the 1909 Morgantown Fair.
View looking south down High Street.
A group of young men and women pose on a rocky hillside near the Cheat River, W. Va.
A view of the former lodge of Morgantown's branch of the Masonic Order, located on the corner of High and Willey Streets.
A view of a graffiti-ed rock wall at Coopers Rock.
View over Cheat Lake from Mont Chateau State Park.
Three men stand below a foot bridge spanning a ravine at Coopers Rock State Forest, W. Va.
A view down University Avenue of the WVU campus, showing Commencement Hall, Stewart Hall, and Purinton House.
Members of the Mountain Honorary pose in front of a building. Text on the back reads: "Initiates: Glasscock, Brock, Hardy, Winter, Lewis, White, Mullen, Winters, McCoy, Gilmore, Long, Summers."
A WVU Literature class poses on the steps of Woodburn Hall.
A view of the old Law Building, now known as Colson Hall.
A view of the WVU campus looking down Maiden Lane, featuring Stalnaker or Women's Hall and Oglebay Hall in the distance.
A bird's eye view over downtown Morgantown looking towards the WVU campus.
WVU Athletic Field with view of Westover.
A view of Science Hall, now known as Chitwood Hall.
A view of the Beverly Avenue Viaduct, also known as the Falling Run Bridge, looking toward the WVU campus. Beverly Avenue is now known as University Avenue.
Aerial view of Morgantown showing the WVU campus.
A view of the Agriculture Building on the WVU campus, also known as Experiment Station.
The Jr. OUAM Band poses on the front steps of Stewart Hall on the WVU campus, Morgantown, W.Va.
A view of High Street showing the tower of the First Baptist Church, located in the same lot as the present church.