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Film negative of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad track running parallel to the New River, leading into the Shoo Fly Tunnel.
See original for correspondence.
The hotel, pictured on the far right, sits close to the river.
Workers move to steady the ferry as it approaches its destination while passengers standby with their livestock. Subjects unidentified.
A row of houses with the Greenbrier School in the background to the left.
Father of Bud Shanks pictured at the mill.
Published by Hinton Picture Co., scene at the confluence of New River and Greenbrier River.
Large square house at left center is present day 510 Greenbrier Drive. View of upstream Greenbrier River from Foss Bridge location.
Pictured are the remains of the permanent home of John Cooke, Sr., at the mouth of Laurel (now Hatcher). This cabin was eventually torn down in 1912. Cooke was the first permanent settler in Wyoming County.
Home of John Cooke, Sr., the first permanent settler in Wyoming County. The home is located at the mouth of Laurel (now Hatcher). The home was torn down in 1912.
View of the store from across the street.
Photo showing drilling equipment and work shed.