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Portrait of Confederate Veterans in Beckley, Raleigh County, West Virginia. All persons are identified only as Confederate Veterans. The photograph was donated to Stephen Trail by the Hinton Daily News, 6/17/1996. The photograph was donated to the newspaper by Blanche Callaham, American History teacher at Hinton High School.
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.
Man pictured in front of the buggy is John W. Willey.
Group of Confederate Veterans at Forest Hill Primitive Baptist Church. None are identified. Inscribed on the back: "Given to Stephen Trail by Mary Shumate Feb. 1984." Mike Foster belonged to the Monroe Guards, 27th Virginia Infantry, "Stonewall" Brigade.
Only identified persons are Jake Whanger, Sr. Willey (Betty Clinebell's grandfather pictured on the 2nd row, 5th man from the left), and Joe Briers.
On the back of the car is President Jim Stevens. The car inspector is Jim Doyle's father. The rest remain unidentified.
Man poses by his horse drawn carriage. He was killed on July 14, 1919 near the Red Bank in the Forest Hill district.
A group of unidentified subjects pose infront of the old mill.
Team portrait on the steps of the high school. Subjects unidentified.
Team portrait of unidentified players.
A group of boys wade in the knee-high flood water. Subjects unidentified.
Team portrait of the high school's basketball team. Subjects unidentified.