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Jones entered the war as a Captain in the 1st Virginia Cavalry and was subsequently promoted to General, commanding the Laurel Brigade under J.E.B. Stuart. In 1863 he was transferred to the Trans-Allegheny Department, leading the successful "Jones-Imboden Cavalry Raid" through a large portion of West Virginia. Jones was killed in the Shenandoah Valley during the Battle at Piedmont, Virginia, June, 1864.
Standing left to right Pearl Roby, Noah Moore, George Burriss, Lem South, Judge tennant, Mont Tucker, Burl Tennant, Bill Taylor, (Visitor name not known). Sitting Charley Myers, Herbert Lapoe, Mr. Wilson, and Mr. Aultman.
H.E. Brookauer teacher.
'PRESIDENT TAFT VISITS MORGANTOWN, NOV. 1, 1911- President William Howard Taft, front row center, delivered the inaugural speech Nov. 1, 1911, when Thomas Edward Hodges became president of the University. Pictured in front row, left to right are Daniel B. Purinton, Gov. W.E. Glasscock, President Taft, Mr. Hodges and Dr. I.C. White. Pictured at left on porch are (unknown) Frank Cox, left, and Henry Green, the editor of The Post. The first two men pictured in the back row could not be (named, third unsure) is James L. Lakin, fourth Maj. Butts, hero who lost his life in sinking of Titanic; fifth, a Mr. Sigwart; sixth George C. (Rodgers-unsure); seventh, H.C. Batton; eighth and ninth, unidentified: tenth, Harry Carspecken; and others, M.L. Brown, William Williams, (unknown), Benjamin Rosenbloom, Frank B. Trotter and Dr. A.M. Buckhannon. The men in uniform were members of Gov-(the rest is unclear).
The "Emerson" was destroyed by flood waters at Ronco, Fayette County, Pennsylvania on the Monongahela River. Other information included with the photograph, "Property of W. F. Snowden, Box 191 Mt Morris, Pa."
'This is what was left of the old Orr's store, known as Orr Brothers, operated by Frank and Charlie Orr, who bought out the old Acme store. The small window was the office window, the one to the left a freight window, both were on the mezzanine floor. To the left what was the left of Comuntzis and to the right Morgantown Hardware Ruins.'
Corner of Chancery Row and High Street. People walking in the streets, also horse-drawn carriages seen along the road.
Remains of the Strand Theatre after fire. Cars driving down road in front of structure.
Members are shooting a Cannon, banner hanging from house says, 'The South Has Risen'
The front of City Hall in Morgantown, West Virginia.
West end 2800 runway.
Morgantown Airport Project. The original crew of workmen (less 2) on the first day, November 6, 1935.
Massive train wreck which killed an engineer. This photograph won the A. P. News Picture Contest.
Three women in dresses ride the Labor Temple float.
Car with Democrats, George Fumich, William A. Moreland, and Julius Singleton from the WV House of Delegates.
'Front row, far left: Bob Wilson.'
'W. Va. Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary Members Present.'
Student reading with his young daughter.
View of College Park Apartments, West Virginia University.
Child wearing a cowboy hat, singing, and playing an accordion. 'Labor Temple.'
Members of Boy Scout Troop 50 from Spruce Street Methodist Church at Camp Mountaineer. The leader on the dock is George Bennett.  The scout on the upper left is David L. Smith.
'Mr. Robert M. Snyder was sworn in on March 28, 1955, as director of the FOA Mission in Afghanistan.  Shown in pictures are Mr. and Mrs. Snyder with their children, left to right: Margaret; Robert, Jr.; Shirley and Rebecca.'
'Old log home of Coll. John Hanaway, located on what became known as the O. H. Dille farm. Gen. George Washington reportedly stopped there on a visit to this area.'
Two men shake hands at the Labor Temple.
Defense Department Photo (Marine Corps) No. 403253.
'Left to right, unknown, Dean J. Lester Hayman, College of Pharmacy; F. M. Dent, McVicker`s Pharmacy.'
Coach Lewis and a group of students.
Two presidents and their host meet to discuss the joint meeting of the Philosophy Section of the Ohio College Association and the West Virginia Philosophy Society held on the Ohio University campus during the weekend. They are, left to right, Virgil Hinshaw Jr., of Ohio State University, president of the Ohio group; Dr, Troy Organ of OU`s philosophy department, and William S. Minor of West Virginia University, president of the West Virginia society. Nearly 100 faculty and students from 20 colleges and universities attended the reading of papers and discussions during the two-day meet.
Leroy Myers, right, graduate student at Michigan State University, has received a $3,000 annual fellowship for study in the field of city planning and urban renewal, according to Harold W. Lautner, left, head of the M.S.U. department of landscape architecture and urban planning. On behalf of the donor, the Sears-Roebuck Foundation, J.J. Roden, manager of the Sears store in Lansing, Mich., presents the fellowship certificate to Myers. An assistant professor of geography at West Virginia University, Myers will do advanced study at M.S.U. for the coming two years. Four other individuals studying city planning and urban renewal at other universities received similar awards.
'A SETAF H-34 Helicopter of the 202 Army Aviation Company gently lowered a 600 pound copper angel to the top of the 175 foot Church tower of Sacile, near Udine, Italy Today. The 16 Century tower originally bore a wooden angle which was destroyed by earthquake and bombardment. The statue is slowly lowered by Captain William M. Strawn, Jr., and First Lieutenent Raymon F. Warner while SP-2 Richard L. Boyd, inside the craft, directed the Army crew and Italian workmen in the delicate task.' 'US Army Photograph'.
'The 600-pound bronze angel statue is slowly lowered onto the tower of the 175-foot church at Sacile, near Udine by a SETAF H-34 Helicopter of the 202nd Army Aviation Company. The helicopter is piloted by Captain William M. Strawn, Jr, and 1st Lieutenant Ramon F. Warner, while SP2 Richard L. Boyd, inside the craft directed the Army crew and Italian workmen in the delicate task. The 16th Century tower originally bore a wooden angel which was destroyed by earthquake and bombardment. 16 August 1957.' 'Please Credit U.S. Army Photograph.'
2nd from left: Dr. Irvin Stewart, 3rd from left: Gov. Underwood.
Corner of High and Pleasant Streets.
'1-0187-7/SE 57: Italy. Southern European Task Force troops are presently engaged in their first maneuver of 1957 'Exercise Green Epoch'. At the controls of one of SETAF's new H-34 helicopters are Captain William M. Strawn, Morgantown, (left), Opns Officer of 202nd Army Aviation Co., and Captain Joe B. Gibson, Exec. Officer of the 202nd;; Please credit the U.S. Army Photograph. Publication of this photograph is not authorized unless approved for release by a public information office at any army activity or installation and so noted hereon. Its used in commerical advertisement must be approved by the public information division, office of the chief of information and education, Department of the Army, the Pentagon, Washington 25, D.C.'
'98-305-1/AI-57: Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. Sgt. Arthur Purdue, Serv and Serv Det U.S. Army Garrison, who takes care of the Clubhouse at Special Services Golf Course, APG, Maryland, spends his free moments reading his Bible. He is shown reading a passage to Mr. Lawrence Wisner, the APG Golf Pro. U.S. Army Photo, Photographer-Noel. Please credit as U.S. Army Photograph.'
Major Dienna, Commanding Officer, US Army Arsenal, Schuylkiss, Philadelphia, Pa.
'3-818-4/CI-57 Please credit as U.S. Army Photograph.'
From left to right: 'Geo Humphrey, Bill Poundstone-Superintendent of Humphrey Mine, Ray Hayhurst- President of Humphrey mine local Union (United Mine Workers of A-1058) at time mine was first opened. Presently lampman at mine portal where picture was taken.'
Teachers and pupils in University High School lab. At the time University High School was a division of West Virginia University for training teachers.  Pictured in the photograph are, from left to right:  Fred Truban, Carol Reynolds, Michael Caruso, and Scottie Riffle.  Girl in background unknown.
Crowds line the street to watch the Labor Day Parade.
A man stands and operates a control panel.  'Its surface already gleaming from initial rolling in the breakdown mill, a slab of aluminum alloy moves into the 110 inch reversing mill, second of the big rolling mills in the hotline at Kaiser Aluminum's Ravenswood Works.  The air conditioned aluminum pulpit is located at one side above the rolling table.  Public Relations Dept. Ravenswood Works Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corp.  Ravenswood, W. Va.'
'Picture taken at the Humphrey Preparation Plant. Left to right: Bill Poundstone-Superintendent of Humphrey Mine, Elber Yocum-Member of Mine Committe (United Mine Workers of America - 1058), George Humphrey, Ray Hayhurst-Lampman at Humphrey Mine Portal and first President of Humphrey local Union.'
House in South Hills.
'An overall aerial view of Kaiser Aluminum's Ravenswood Works located on the Great Bend of the Ohio River, six miles south of Ravenswood and midway between Pittsburgh and Cincinnati.  Fabrication Plant is shown in the foreground, casting facility in the center and the Reduction Plant in the background near the 613 foot chimney.  On the main line of the B and O Railroad and West Virginia State Route 2, the Works is two days' delivery time from 50 of the nation's 100 largest cities and 70 percent of the aluminum consuming market.  Public Relations Dept.  Ravenswood Works.  Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corp. Ravenswood, W. Va.'
People leaving a Church Service at the Presbyterian Church in Morgantown, W. Va.
From Left to right 'Mabel Grimes, Mr. Bowlby, Mr. Whiston - speaker, Unknown, Unknown ,and Don Eddy'.
Mailbox of the house next door says Frederick V. Crall, 31 Citadel Rd.
Joan Ellis (left) and Martha Taylor (right)with WVU Presidents Poster.
West Virginia University President and Mrs. I. Stewart greeting Sharon Andrews, Monticola editor and Roger Tompkins, Student Body President at a formal event.
At a president's Stewart reception, from left to right: Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hoblitzell; Gov. and Mrs. Cecil B. Underwood; Dr. and Mrs. Irvin Stewart.
View of the new University Bookstore, located at the rear of Colson Hall and is currently Admissions and Records Building, West Virginia University.
'A photograph of Senator Revercomb (right) standing with others, including Estes Kefauver (second from left) and "Tennessee" Ernie Ford (second from right).'
A photograph of Senators Chapman Revercomb and John Hoblitzell, Jr. shaking hands with an unidentified woman.
A photograph of people sitting in the pews of an unidentified church.
A photograph of a group of young boys showing off the fish that they have caught.
A photograph of Senator Hoblitzell (left) and Norman Mason (right), Commissioner of the Federal Housing Administration.
Thomas E. Millsop is a president and chief executive officer of National Steel Corporation.
Among the couples dancing are: Ruth and Bill Moreland (second from right) and Roy and Ellen Harworth (second from left).
Two couples dance at the annual high school dance.
Students at the annual high school triad held at Hotel Morgan.
Couples sit around a table in the Hotel Morgan.
Group portrait of pharmacy students.  Lester Hayden, seventh from left, first row, and Mrs. Hayden.
'22-1304-1/GP-58: Featured soprano at Sukaran Chapel. Donis Conn (left foreground) is a featured soprano of the Sukaran Chapel Choir at the benefit held at the Sukaran Chapel on the 22nd May. SP/3 Edward W. Spry, 29th Army Band, (right foreground) is the Choir Director. U.S. Army photo by PFC William C. McDonald, USA Signal Group, Ryukyu Islands. Publication of this photograph is not authorized unless approved for release by a public information office at any Army activity or installation and so noted hereon. Its use in commerical advertistment must be approved by the Public Information Division Office of the Chief of Information and Education, Department of the Army, the Pentagon, Washington D.C. If published, please credit as U.S. Army Photograph.'
Elsie C. Baber of Morgantown, State Mother of the Year, receives a Star Heart from Mr. A. E. Haase, President, Jewelry Industry Coucil.
Done in the summer of 1959.
Pictured second from left is Pat Ryan, third from left is Bill Hall, fourth from left is David Smith, fifth from left is Darryl Nabors, standing is Charles Armistead, and seated in front of him is Burt Spencer.  Troop 50 was from the Spruce Street Methodist Church.
View of boys doing a rolling drill on mats in gym at Morgantown High School.