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Pittsburgh, Morgantown, Fairmont Printed on the side of the boat.
The current building of the Tree of Life Congregation, located on South High Street, in Morgantown, West Virginia.
St. Francis Catholic Church on McLane Avenue, in Morgantown, West Virginia.
'Worker housing climbs up the hill of Seneca in the early 1900's, as the neighborhood grows around the glass factories.'
'Many Morgantown residents can remember walking across the dry river bed during the 1930 drought.'  Morgantown and Westover bridge visible.
A view of Morgantown, West Virginia. Taken near the bridge over the Monongahela River.
'The Mississippi Glass Factory in South Morgantown. Dorsey's Knob can be seen in the background.'
'Vehicles and drivers of the Star Bus Company in the 1920's.'
People are waiting for trains at the Morgantown Depot in Morgantown, West Virginia.
'The old courthouse, built in 1847, was topped by the statue of Patrick Henry that is displayed in the present courthouse.'
'Lough Brothers Carriage Factory. Note the furnished carriages and wagons at right.'
Members of the Morgantown Fire Department, from left to right: "Chief John Hare, John Rich, Mearle Devaughn, Homer Zearley, William Sherman, Rolla Dutton, Plummer Pride, Harry Feck, Dorsey Stalnaker and Friend Barrett. The dog is "Doc," the mascot."Photo appeared in the Morgantown Post on February 23, 1927.
Group portrait of African-American baseball team members in Morgantown, W. Va.
Inscribed on the photograph; 'A view down Beverly Avenue (now the intersection of University and Stewart), taken around 1910, shows a quiet sunnyside of one family dwellings. Beverly Avenue is now University Avenue at Stewart Street.'
Looking across the Old Supervision Bridge from Westover to Morgantown, West Virginia.
'American Union and Monongalia Mirror are two early Morgantown newspapers published by the Siegfried family exhibited strong Temperance or Know-Nothing biases.'
'A view of South Park from the Pleasant Street bridge, circa 1902. Note that Cobun Street dead-ends at Park Street.'
Back section of tin mill and Deckers Creek visible without a bridge across Deckers Creek.  Bridge was finished fall of 1908.  Original in photograph in Rumsey Collection, catalogued 1-12-1952.
A view of the river and West Virginia University's main campus from Lorentz Avenue. The Morgantown/Westover Bridge is in the distance.
'Campus organizations provided a link with Morgantown's religious community. The Hillel Foundation's members posed for a 1930 portrait.'
'Portion of a panoramic view taken in 1894. A covered bridge, crosses Decker's creek at South High.'  See image 008078 for other portion of image.
People gathered along the unpaved streets of Morgantown for a parade.  Original Monongalia Historical Society, A&M 1060 catalogue date 3-26-1958
Costumed Vaudeville performers seated on the back of a horse drawn wagon with a sign advertising their performance.
People are playing miniature golf at Lucky Strike Golf Course in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Boys working at a glass factory in Morgantown, West Virginia. 'Please credit National Archives if reproduced.'
A portion of a panoramic view of Morgantown, West Virginia and the Morgantown/Westover Suspension Bridge.  For other portion of photograph see image 008062.