Piedmont Tobacco card of American League hurler Jack Warhop. He pitched 8 years for the New York Highlanders/Yankees against some of baseball's all time legends during the dead ball era. The Summers County native is best known for throwing to Babe Ruth, the Babe's first and second major league career home runs.
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.
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.