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Wharf and Clay Street looking Northeast.
People are watching the Finish 224 Trot which was won by Miss Ida in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Also pictured are two smaller steamboats with the logo 'French's New Sensation Advertiser'.
A view of Westover, Monongahela River, and Seneca taken from Chancery Hill.
View looking northwest at the Sabraton Yards of the Morgantown and Kingwood Railroad Shops.
Business block on north side of Walnut Street between Chestnut Street and University Avenue.
A view of buildings on High Street.
View of the Star Bus Company Bus at Corner of University Avenue and Garett Street Morgantown, W. Va.
People are marching in the Liberty Bond Parade in Morgantown, West Virginia.
People are marching in the Liberty Bond Parade in Morgantown, West Virginia.
People gather for the Red Cross Parade.
Participants are marching in the Red Cross Parade in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Participants are marching in the Red Cross Parade in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Onlookers watch marchers in the Red Cross Parade on High Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Participants are marching in the Red Cross Parade in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Six African-American men from Monongalia County entrained for World War I.
People gathered to see the Armistice Day Parade on High Street.  Parade participants waving flags.
Women in white dresses marching in the Armistice Day Parade in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Marchers holding signs in the Armistice Day Parade in Morgantown, West Virginia.
People gather to see the Armistice Day Parade on High Street.
People gather to see the Armistice Day Parade on High Street.  Parade participants riding in a truck with American flags.
People gathered along High Street to see the Armistice Day Parade on High Street.
People gather to see the Armistice Day Parade on High Street.
Men riding in a car with flags and a washtub in the Armistice Day Parade in Morgantown, West Virginia.
People gather to see the Armistice Day Parade on High Street.
People gather to see the Armistice Day Parade on High Street.
The Victory Tank is parked in front of buildings in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Building destroyed during a windstorm.  Roof of building is on the street.
Crowd gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony in Morgantown, West Virginia.
The West Virginia University Stadium under construction looking up Falling Run Road.
A view of the Seneca addition and Morgantown eastside brick yard at the lower right.
A view of High Street taken from the corner of High Street and Pleasant Street.
The Elite Imperial Guard 'Ku Klux Klan' at a Morgantown meeting.
Print number 621a. Left to right: Thomas G. Keenan, William L. Park, Waitman Willey Keener.
Members of the Imperial Guard 'Ku Klux Klan' line up at the convention in Morgantown.
People gather to see the Monongalia County Sesquicentennial Parade.
Print number 634.
Print number 630.
Print number 631.
Print number 644.
Print number 665.
Print number 639.
Print number 650.
Print number 656.
Print number 667.
Print number 675.
Print number 685.
Debris seen on the sidewalk and in the road left from a fire at the old Strand Theatre in Morgantown, W. Va.
'Strand Theatre fire on High Street in Morgantown', W. Va. Debris from theatre can be seen on street. People standing throughout the debris. Damage from fire seen throughout structures.
'Fire that burned down the old Strand Theatre on High Street.'
The Kiwanis Club at the Morgantown Golf and Country Club.
Standing L to R: Mrs. R. H.  Edmondson, Mrs. George C. Baker, Thornton Kerns (holding Michael Kerns' boardax), Dr. W. C. Kelly, Mrs. W. E. Price, Mrs. John L. Johnston, in front children of Charles O. Koontz, descendants of Micheal Kerns.' The marker is located at 305 Dewey Street in Morgantown.
Located below Monongahela Avenue in Westover.
Tuberculosis fund drive with boy scouts and school patrol on Morgantown Post Office steps.
Rooms exposed after walls collapse due to high wind in a building along Dunkard Avenue in Westover, near Morgantown, W. Va.
An area damaged by a windstorm. The roof of the house in the center has been torn apart, and in the front, a car is flipped upside down.
An area damaged by a windstorm. The roof of the house in the center has been torn apart, and in the front, a car is flipped upside down.
International Order of the Odd Fellows Buses in front of the Monongahela Building on High Street.
Group portrait of the Morgantown Methodist Ministers Association on the church steps.
The front enterance of the Warner Theatre. The movie 'The Blonde Captive' is advertised on the marquee.
Dr. Courtney's property on the corner of High Street and Moreland Street.
The construction of Warner Theatre building at the corner of High Street and Moreland Street.
The Grand Opening at Warner Theater in October 1931 on High Street in Morgantown, West Virginia. People are standing in line to watch George Arliss in Millionaire.
Group portrait of members of the Hillel Foundation located on University Ave. in Morgantown, W. Va.
A group portrait of participants of the Kiwanis Father and Son Day on June 8, 1932 in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Groups of 'hungry marchers' gathered at a railway depot.
Print number 470. From right to left: Rodabaugh, manager; Wilson, Blaney, Brown, Pete Palumbo, Roth, Patsy Palumbo, Goldstrom, C. Smith, H.H. Hogue, coach.
A view of the City Hospital on a snowy winter day in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Print number 541b. Display is a model of Coopers Rock State Forest.
Print number 473. The team was probably from  Monongalia County.
A group of children in front of the Warner Theatre on High Street.  Marquee reads, 'October is 'Picture Harvest Month' and 'Booth Talkington's 'Penrod and Sam.'
Print number 502. This group of people seen holding a trophy.
Print number 505.
Wayside Helpers Class, Spruce Street Methodist Church in Morgantown, W. Va.
Print number 514a.
Group portrait of the Monongalia High School in Westover football team.  Monongalia High was a school for African-American students in Mon county.
Print number 477a.
Print number 477b.
Print number 477c.
Print number 486.