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A class of graduates pose in front of the building. Subjects unidentified.
View of the building from across the street. A stray dog is pictured next to one of the parked cars.
Women are pictured crossing the parking lot from the building, which is pictured on the far left. Subjects unidentified. A sign depicts the direction and distance of Alderson, Lewsiburg, Shady Springs, and Beckley.
Students holding instruments and signs in protest. One sign reads, "We need a new superintendent". Another reads, "Miss Nicely Killed Our Band". A sign on the top left reads, "Down With Our Female Hitler", and below that sign, "Are Our Citizens Afraid?". Miller Hotel pictured in the background.
A large group of unidentified men, perhaps members of the church, pose along the steps and in front of the building.
A group of young boys and their counselors sit around the campfire on the camp grounds located near Hinton, W. Va.
A group of kids ranging in age pose in front of a Christmas tree.
A baptist church and cemetery are pictured in the distance.
Freeman and Angell pictured standing on top a tall pile of hay.
Aerial photograph looks over the river and banks. There appears to be a bridge being constructed parallel to the railroad bridge already in place.
W. M. Arrington stands beside the wagon with his dog, Rex. James Freeman is pictured on top of the wagon which is being pulled by two large horses.
Two unidentified men stand beside a truck loaded with lumber.