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The hotel is located on the corner of High and Moreland Streets.  A curtain in the left window advertises "Frocks & Hats."
Molded cement structures fill a warehouse.
Clark Hall was the Chemistry Building located on the corner of University Ave. and Prospect St. To the right of the building and out of view is now the location of the Downtown Campus Library.
Members of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity WVU Chapter take a group photo outside of the fraternity house.
Southeast view of the courthouse which is located on High Street.
The Monongahela Building hosts various businesses within its walls, as seen from the windows in which those businesses display their names. The businesses vary from physician's practices, financing, real estate, and attorney practices. The building is located to the left of the courthouse.
The man standing in the middle of the stage directs the musical group which consists of brass, string, woodwind, and percussion musicians inside the Women's Christian Temperance Union Community Building.
Portrait of an unidentified member of the WVU Cadet Corps.
An unidentified member of the WVU Cadet Corps.
An unidentified worker supervises as the machine molds concrete into support beam structures.
Three unidentified men are pictured together in a photo studio.
Two unidentified players are pictured on the practice field.
ROTC students form a line as they salute the professors walking down the field.
Five African-Americans with drums and a large American flag pose for a group photo. The posters in the background are for Richards the Wizard, who was an active magician touring from 1910-1930.
Semans Millinery and pool hall on the right side of street. Optical shop, Kanawha Valley Bank, and drug store on the left, as well as sign that reads "Open Mail Pouch".
Appears to be a lawyer's office as well as an optical parlor on the right in the ivy covered building.
Chaplin Warman and Richtmire Company Lumber and Mill Work building can be seen across the river, along with Selz Royal Blue Shoes building, and Mantels Robe and Rightmire building. Monongahela and Ohio River Packet Co. boat is docked along river.
Farm house can be seen at the top of hill.
Horse and buggy travels up the road towards photographer. A. Bower's Shaving Parlor and Electric Massage building to the left as well as the Hotel Madera.
Members of band include grown men all the way to young children.
Next to G.W. John and Co. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Carpets, and Mattings.
A turnverein is a German word for an athletic club, particularly dedicated to gymnastics.
Sign reads: "Go to the right, do not trot".
Morgantown Plumbing Co. building can be seen to the left.
Team portrait of the St. Francis Trojans. St. Francis is a private Catholic school in Morgantown. Players unidentified.
Three professors stand behind a display booth on the left while a student poses beside a large display on the right. Subjects unidentified.
R. P. Davis's engineering class poses outside of the university building.
Glenn prepares to catch a football during football practice.
Varney reaches back as he prepare to throw the ball.
Turner, center, is pictured with two unidentified associates outside of a WVU building the day of his inauguration.
John Roscoe Turner, center, stands with unidentified associates outside of the old music building on this day of his inauguration.
Crowds fill the streets of Morgantown, W. Va. anticipating the parade. In the background is a Union Bank, right, and the building that is now Hotel Morgan, center.
A crowd lines each side of High Street as parade floats travel down the street at 10 a.m.  The first float visible is shaped like a clothes iron.
A crowd watches from the street as parade floats make their way down High Street. On the right, in front of the courthouse, is likely the grandstand.