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See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system--subject.)
See original for correspondence. (From postcard collection legacy system--oversize.)
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."
Massive train wreck which killed an engineer. This photograph won the A. P. News Picture Contest.
Information inscribed on the back includes "This is a view of the main part of the city. . . The man on there [far right and not identified] is the one who took these views . . . On the hill where he is standing are located the finest residences in the city . . . Seven years ago it was a farm. . . ". See the original postcard for the remaining correspondence.
'Top Row- L to R- Wallace, Karickhoff, Turner, and Swartz. Bottom Row- Dotson, Bear, and Pushkin.'
'Rho Chi, Pharmacy Honor Society, Dean Bachman Pharmacy.'
Dr. Toothman, WVU graduate is a Coeburn's new doctor.
At a 4-H function.
'Everyone pitched in to get Coeburn's new medical center ready for dedication ceremonies scheduled for Sunday (July 31).  All grading and landscape work was done by enthusiastic volunteers.'
Coeburn is nestled in a valley of the Appalachian Mountains, in the southwestern tip of Virginia.  It is on the famous "Trail of the Lonesome Pine."
Harry A. Taylor, president of Harry A. Taylor Co., East Orange, New Jersey.
Thomas E. Millsop is a president and chief executive officer of National Steel Corporation.
Jim MacKinnon, Guard.
Dr. Ralph Lloyd, Assistant Surgeon General and Chief Dental Officer of the U.S. Public Health Service.