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Oil Derricks McCabe, Rolan, Gilbert, Roland, and Douglass No. 2 amongst homes at Cornwallis.
Portrait of an unidentified Civil War veteran.
Four soldiers from the Zickafoose family pose for a portrait holding muzzle-loading rifles with bayonets fixed.
'Detail of window casements along the Railroad tracks. View facing west. Windows of original Woolen Mill portion of building.'
'View looking north along Rail road shows additions and original mill portions of east side of building.'
'Original woolen mill portion of building view facing west along Rail Road.'
'View from river side looking north at end of factory showing additions.'
View of Maulsby Covered Bridge built in 1855 by Elmore Hart.  Repaired 1911 by C. L. Short.
McKinney Bridge in Cairo in Ritchie County, West Virginia. Erected in 1878; Fell in 1970.
A picture postcard of the Farmers and Merchants Bank in Ritchie County, West Virginia.
Railroad workers are posing in front of a train at the C and K Railroad at MacFarlan Station in Ritchie County, West Virginia.
'Patron D. Mark Gaston, of Harrisville, identified this photo as the covered bridge outside Cairo, West Virginia, which spans the North Fork at the Hughes River. C and K Railroad tracks are in the foreground.'
Served as a hotel in the 1880s.
Front view of the high school at Harrisville.
1825 Baptist Church in Harrisville, 'now torn down.'
'Elementary School.'
View of cars and businesses on Main Street in Harrisville.
View of cars and businesses on Main Street in Harrisville.
Child riding bike on Main Street in Harrisville.
View of businesses on Main Street in Harrisville.
Side view of W. Va. Insurance Building in Harrisville.
Front view of the Ritchie County Courthouse in Harrisville.
Supply store with wagon wheels stacked in front.  The Cairo Opera House is upstairs.
View of J. M. Barbe's home in Harrisville. There is a man and a woman on the porch and two children in the yard.