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A view of Morgantown from the Walnut Street Bridge.
A bridge can be seen spanning the river.
Young boy with a rifle poses next to the marker.  The marker, located at 305 Dewey Street, Morgantown, reads: 'This tablet marks the site of Fort Kerns erected at the beginning of Dunmore's War, 1774. Placed by the Elizabeth Ludington Hagans Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, 1927.
Amry men standing in front of a missle in their uniforms.
Two ducks are swimming in ponded water.  Possibly at Suncrest.
View of the Monongahela Power Substation from Walnut Street Bridge looking North East.
Stage with bench on Courthouse Square.
Man holding the handle of the air blower in the fallout shelter.
A view of the sewage flowing into the Monongahela river.
Unidentified man inspects damage in the Oak Grove Cemetery after it was vandalized.
Cans and jars of food stored in the fallot shelter.
A group of six high school students leaving for a conference.
Two men holding up a dead deer during deer season.
Tank is a M-41 and APC is M-59.
Cars parked in the O.B. Fawley Music store parking lot.
Two men use a large vacuum device to clear leaves on the streets of Morgantown.
Several men clearing refuse and planting trees in Decker's Creek ravine
Two men use a horse drawn plow to dig ditches along the railroad tracks.
A sign that says 'Welcome to Morgantown, Home of West Virginia University, Chamber of Commerce.'
A street worker is painting on Prospect Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A close-up view of several graves and tombstones, including Morgan, at the Oak Grove Cemetery in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Refuse piled up at the gasoline company dump.
There are two ducks swimming in the pond.
Youngsters swimming at the old locks on the Monongahela River.
People at the United Fund Dinner.
'this was the Monongalia County Hospital in the 1930s.  By 1990s it was a welfare building of some sort.  Building was at the bottom of hill below present university hospital, I think it is gone now.' - William S. Price, Jr., 6/13/2005.
Mr. Smith (left) and Harry Franks (right) putting up a speed limit 25 sign on College Avenue.