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A portrait of Father Jenkens of St Patrick's Catholic Church. The church was located in Summers County, West Virginia.
A family photograph of Jake Keatley's family on Keatley Farm, no members are identified. The farm was located in the Forest Hill District. Inscribed on the back of the photograph: "Hinton Daily News Collection from Jim Pettrey to Stephen Trail 11/16/1996".
Left to right: Wild Balland, Geo Meadows, Ed Cunsh, Bill Cunsh, Mr. Balleneng, J. L. Keatley and John Cunsh. Shows the men with several hunting dogs and their hunted rabbits.
Portrait of the Hinton YMCA, taken outside on porch steps. The man with the beard is John R. Mott and the man in the 2nd row, 1st from right is G. K. Roper. All others are not identified. The photograph was given to Stephen Trail by Melvin Plumley.
Photograph of an unidentified male community song group. Probably taken at the Green Sulphur Annual Fair in Summers County. Two men in sleeveless shirts are pictured in another group photograph (id # 039235). This photo was purchased by Stephen Trail in Hinton, West Virginia.
Guests choose to relax on the porch or horseback ride across the lawn.
Second man from the left is Hayes Foster. The rest are unidentified.
Passengers and an automobile are loaded onto the boat as workers move to send it on its way.
A man holds a woman's hand on the bank of New River. Avis can be seen in the background.
Photo from Avis looking at Coney Island. Subjects unidentified.
School teacher and students gather for school photo. Subjects unidentified.
The snow-covered street where the house of Mr. & Mrs. F. S. Jackson is now located where this little building was then. These were the vacant lots owned by Nanie Lynes. The Lynes house set on the corner of Chess & Main Streets where the American oil-filling station now is located.