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Student Leonard Hall awake in bed next to his sleeping roommate in Episcopal Hall Dormitory.
Dorm room walls decorated with photograph, posters and a tennis racket.
Room walls decorated with photographs and "WVU" . Two steamer trunks covered with a blanket and pillows.
A guitar and mandolin rest against a window seat, next to a bed.
Window seat area with possibly a poster in the lower window pane.
Window seat area with pillows, one embossed with "WVU".
Leonard Hall and roommate asleep in their dorm room. Note the punching bag hanging from the ceiling.
Students asleep in their dorm room. Note the punching bag hanging from the ceiling and several photos and memorabilia on the walls.
Room furnished with a dresser/wash stand, a trunk and a cadet's rifle in the corner. The walls decorated with posters, calendars, and memorabilia.
Wall of dorm room covered with photographs.
Furnishings include white metal framed beds, a rocker and walls decorated with students' memorabilia and photographs.
Sitting area in a dorm room with "WVU" on the wall.
One of the furnishings in a dorm room was a dress/wash stand. Notice the reflection of an unidentified student in the mirror.
WVU student Leonard Hall enjoying a meal in bed, in his dorm room.
An unidentified WVU student reading on the front steps of the dormitory. Episcopal Hall was established by the West Virginia Diocese ca.1895, primarily to house and feed WVU men who planned to become candidates for the Episcopalian ministry.
Unidentified students, one wearing a cadet uniform casually pose on the porch of Episcopal Hall.
Unidentified WVU students, some in a comical pose and one wearing a baseball uniform.
Unidentified WVU students pose for portrait during meal time in Episcopal Hall.
All persons in the photograph are unidentified.
Team poses on the front porch of the dormitory. All persons in the photograph are unidentified.
Two unidentified WVU students wearing football uniforms, one with "WVU" across his chest.
Unidentified student wearing a baseball uniform.
Unidentified student, wearing a baseball uniform with "WVU" embossed on the shirt, poses with a bat.
Unidentified player in a batting stance outside Episcopal Hall.
Unidentified student-athlete poses with a fielding glove on his left hand.
Unidentified student-athlete, probably a catcher, holding a mitt, mask and chest protector.
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company was one of the oldest railroads in the United States. It passed through Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia and Ohio. The two men are possible WVU students headed out of Morgantown.
Several well-dressed young men stand on the track next to a Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Car. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company was one of the oldest railroads in the U.S. It passed through Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia and Ohio. The men are probably West Virginia University students headed out of Morgantown.
All persons in the photograph are unidentified.
Unidentified male student with a dazed look and wearing a robe, holds an open book at a desk.
Two male students with contrasting hair styles.
Well dressed student wearing a very stiff collar.
Unidentified student poses in casual attire.
An unidentified human skull with "one" written on its forehead and a cigarette in its mouth, sits patiently on a chair in the dormitory.
Furnishings include table desk and a bed with large wood-craved head board.
Dorm room walls are full of photographs and memorabilia.
Furnishings include bed with wood-carved head board, dresser with wash stand, rocker and a bike.
Accommodations included a fireplace and large closet.
Campus of West Virginia University can be seen in the background.
This image was developed with, among other chemicals, cyanide causing the blue color. The type of print was called a cyanotype.
All persons in the photograph are unidentified.
This image was develop with, among other chemicals, cyanide, resulting in a blue colored print. The prints are called cyanotypes.