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Inscribed on back: "Believed to be early hotel (on the corner of 5th Avenue and Front = conjecture) in Hinton. Possibly Rudisell 2nd from L, standing [All other persons are unidentified]. Hotel staff is posed in front of the entrance steps,leading to a wide wrap-around porch with double door entrance.Tall multi-story masonry bldgs appear in R beyond porch. Purchased by Stephen Trail in Hinton West Virginia."
Photograph of the Hinton Drug Store on 3rd Avenue. Pictured are Wade H. Gwinn, Ed Rose and Mr. Sawyers. The photograph was given to Stephen Trail by Jim Pettrey from the Hinton Daily News Collection.
Unidentified men and women socialize on porch of the Flanagan Cabin in Summers County.
Unidentified group of men and boys lined up, facing the camera, on Ballengee Street.
Man pictured in front of the buggy is John W. Willey.
A crowd gathers around the new Ford automobiles parked in front of the store lot.
Photo of the car lot exhibiting Ford vehicles.
Looking south east at the rail road bridge by the Bluestone Dam construction.
The area was the location of the H&N parking lot in 1987.
H&N Ford parking lot was located on this lot in 1987.
In the background, the Merrix men are working on the land with the Ayers'.
Two horses stand outside of the farm house located in the rocky terrain.
View from behind the fence showing the mountains in the distance.
Workers and their horses pictured on the farm on Barksdale Mountain.
Basil Ayers pictured on his land with his dogs.
People pictured in front of the home and inside the gazebo on the grounds. No subjects identified.
People sit on the porch of the fenced off building. No subjects identified.
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Unidentified man pulls up water from a well.
Unidentified employee working on the roof of the gazebo.
Unidentified employees working on the construction site.
"Early 20th century camp typical of the Hinton set that spent their summers there."
Photo of the renovated gazebo.