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A store display of the new Maytag Gyraform Washer that the Grafton Hardware Store  wants to sell to their valuable customers.
Ladies Aid Society members in costume sit for a group portrait at Andrew's Methodist Episcopal Church in Grafton, West Virginia.
Interior view of C. G. Turner's Store in Grafton, W. Va.  Man looking at cigars on top of a counter while woman attendant waits.
Members of the Coal River Union pose in and around their float in Grafton, West Virginia.
People fill the Main Street in Grafton, W. Va.
Wood frame houses line the Main Street in Grafton W. Va. during the 1860s.
Group of people standing on the sidewalk in front of Brinkman's store in Grafton, W. Va.
Two story log cabin with covered entrance, the first house in Grafton, W. Va., built in 1811.  The first child born in Grafton was born here in 1847.
The Grafton Hotel next to the Baltimore and Ohio Depot in Grafton, W. Va.
Small airplane on a farm in Grafton, W. Va.
Parade marches down the street for the I.O.O.F Decoration in Grafton, W. Va.
View of houses in Grafton, W. Va.
A group on horses ride down Main Street Grafton on Circus Day.
Parade going down Main Street Grafton for the Circus Day Parade.
Group portrait of junior grade students and Assistant Principal, A. J. Wilkinson, at the Grafton Graded School.
George Timmons driving his horse and wagon on a street in Grafton, W. Va.
Group portrait of members of the High Hatters Orchestra in Graf., pose for a group portrait.
Houses at base of hillside.
Shops on Railroad Street in 1876.
James Murphy, Dr. A. S. Warder, Jr. and Lloyd Nuzum stand in a doorway.
Group portrait of memebers of the Grafton Cornet Band.
'One of Grafton's Quaint Characters,' George Timmons driving his horse and wagon down a street in Grafton, W. Va.
Group of people stand in front of the Love's Corner Grocery in Grafton, W. Va.
'James Rowland, Pilot.'
Group of people inside and around the First Streetcar out of Grafton, W. Va.
Man stands atop the first type of B&O engine built circa 1850.
Group portrait portrait of members of a brass band.
Group portrait of a baseball team.
Two men stand in the door of Lilly's Shoe Shop in Grafton, W. Va.
Three women seated on the steps of the wooden Catholic Church building in Grafton.  Church was completed in May 1857 and dedicated in November 1857.
Man drives the first car in Grafton down Main Street
People stand on the stoop of the original building of the First National Bank in Grafton, W. Va.
Men stand around the Yocum's Art Gallery in the Bradshaw Building in Grafton, W. Va.
Facility use to care for wounded and sick soldiers during the Civil War.
People seated around an elaborate dinner table.
Home belonged to Delmer and Jewel Mick of Grafton before they retired and moved to Florida in the early 1990s.
A female performer from the F. LaMonte Merry Makers group in Grafton, West Virginia.
A female performer from the F. LaMonte Merry Makers group in Grafton, West Virginia.
Members of the LaSalle Musical Comedy Troupe of Grafton, West Virginia, in costume on stage.
Mourners sit near Mrs. Zarko's casket in Grafton, West Virginia.
Portrait of Mr. McKinney, Basketball team coach.
Portrait of Hamilton, a forward for the Grafton Basketball team.
Joseph Idoni is pictured around age 17.