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Exterior view of the General Hospital located off of Van Voorhis Road.
Members of the boys' basketball teams, Seneca and Chestnut Ridge, wait to grab possession of the ball.
'Barging in for a summer concert is 'Point Counterpoint' -- concert hall of the American Wind Symphony Orchestra.  During its 33 city tour of river communities, the floating concert hall is moved from port to port by towboat.  One of the most unusual and resourcefull stages in the world, its amplifying system and modern lighting installations were designed with mobile practicality as well as theatrical showmanship in mind.'
'Probably Women's Christian Temperance Union members.'
The identified subjects  are, from right to left:  Rev. Stacy Groscup, Jim Hurt, Edward Goe, Danny Kimble, Coach Jim Carlin, others unknown.
Students are sitting on the front steps with pets and toys at the Wiles Hill School.
A view of a broken wall and partial sidewalk along University Avenue at Sunnyside in Morgantown, West Virginia.
'Right, Roy Bauchman and Left, Daniel L. Rider'
Eugene Staples, Director of University Hospital (far left); Dr. Maxwell (third from left), Dr. Barbara Jones, Pediatrics; Dr. W. G. Klingberg, Pediatrics (with bow tie).
Weaver, far left; Longhouse, Chairman of Engineering, second from left; Chester Arents, Dean of Engineering, standing; Harold B. Fairbanks, Chemical Engineering, second from right; Howard P. Simons, Chemical Engineering, right.
Playing the Game 'The Last Straw' with a young child.
Standing second back row, Dr. Harry Heflin; Standing fifth back row, Dr. Robert Munn.
Left to Right:  Harold Shamberger, Assistant to the President; Maynard Pride, Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery; John Luchok, University Editor, Acting Director of News and Information Services; C. Gregory Van Camp, Director, Radio, Television and Motion Pictures.
Mrs. Betty Broyles (faculty) and Mrs. Hayden Jones.