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'The sheep barn on Ellison farm built by Jesse Ellison ca. 1835. Log barn had shed and loft added at later date.'
Ruins of a log house, once owned by Jesse Ellison, just before being torn down.
A view of Jesse and Alpha Brayles Ellison house in Monroe County, West Virginia. Weaver of Woolsey-Lindsey Coverlids.
View of the early Ellison home, a split-log structure with a large flat rock chimney. John Zachariah Ellison was born there.
Tintype portrait of Alpha Broyles Ellison, died 1876/02/06, the wife of Jesse Ellison.  Ellison-Dunlap families of Monroe County.
Tintype portrait of E.W. Strain of Brooke County, W. Va. Also inscribed on the back; "J. Z. Ellison . . .Yours Truly". J. Z. Ellison was a member of the Ellison-Dunlap family.
A portrait of a man with a walking stick sitting in a yard. 'From a Helen Ellison photo - copy of an original.'
A portrait of a young woman standing in front of a mill. 'From an original photo of Helen Ellison.'
A portrait of a man and a woman on horseback. 'From an original of a photo of Helen Ellison.'
A portrait of Rev. A.F. Grayhill from the Ellison-Dunlap families of Monroe County.
A portrait of W. G. Ruete, Ellison-Dunlap families of Monroe County.
The home of Jim Dunlap in Red Sulphur Springs, W.Va., from the Ellison-Dunlap families of Monroe County.
A portrait of Bert Dunlap of the Ellison-Dunlap families of Monroe County. Son of Charles Dunlap and Grandson of Clara E. Petrie Dunlap and Addison Dunlap.
A portrait of Katherine Dunlap of the Ellison Dunlap families of Monroe County.
A portrait of A.D. Ellison, Labor Day 1975.  From the Ellison-Dunlap families of Monroe County.
A portrait of Emma Kyle Ellison of the Ellison-Dunlap families of Monroe County.
Inscribed on the back; 'Charlie Ellison on top (in uniform), Bert Dunlap, Bill Dunlap, Bob Fleshman, Belle Dunlap, Elsie Dunlap, Clara Ellison, Gracie Pence, Jean Chaison, Fanny Young, Maggie Pence sitting between Ted Dunlap and Edith McNeer.'
A portrait of W.W. and Sarah Pence. 'For general assembly of the Presbyterian Church; Source: from Helen Ellison photos - a copy.'
A portrait of a man and woman with a child from the Ellison-Dunlap families of Monroe County. 'Great grandfather Kyle Family: Thomas Daggs(?) Kyle with parents. Thomas Daggs(?) Kyle was Emma Kyle Ellison's Father.'
A group of young women swimming in a creek, 'the usual Saturday night.'
A portrait of an unidentified man from the Ellison-Dunlap-Petrie family collection. The family were from Monroe County, W. Va.
A portrait of Addison Ellison. 'The Friend Studio, 221 Pleasant St., Morgantown, processed the original.'
Tintype portrait of George Berry. Inscribed on the back, "Compliments of Geo. O. Berry to his friend J. Z. Ellison [John Zachariah Ellison of Monroe County, W. Va.].
A portrait of Edward Joynes of the Ellison-Dunlap families, Monroe County.
A portrait of Addison Ellison from the Ellison-Dunlap collection, Monroe County.
A portrait of Harriet Ellison, the daughter of Clara E. (Petrie) Dunlap and Addison Dunlap and the wife of J.Z. Ellison.
A portrait of Glenna Dunlap, Ellison-Dunlap families, Monroe County.
A portrait of Jesse Ellison, from the Ellison-Dunlap families of Monroe County.
Dr. Messmore of  Brownsville, Pa. picking blackberries while on vacation at Ellison farm, Monroe County.
Possibly a print of a painting of Thomas Daggs Kyle.
Dr. Messmore of Brownsville, Pa pictured on a pony while on vacation at Ellison farm, Hans Creek, W. Va. 'Dumb animals.'
Uncle Billy; The last Dunlap to occupy the Clara E (Petrie) Dunlap and Addison Dunlap house on Hans Creek, Monroe County. Died in early 1940s.'
Likely on the Ellison farm in Monroe County, W. Va.
A portrait of an elderly woman.  From the Ellison-Dunlap families collection, Monroe County.
A portrait of a young girl.  From the Ellison-Dunlap families collection, Monroe County.
A group of unidentified  men and women gathered for dinner on the ground outside a church.  One woman seems to be dressed in mourning attire. From the Ellison-Dunlap families collection, Monroe County.
'Diana Ruffner, Annie Dunlap Ellison, and Emma Kyle Ellison (Annie's Mother), from left to right. In yard at J.Z. Ellison house.' From the Ellison-Dunlap families collection, Monroe County.
Four members of the Ellison-Dunlap family swimming in Hans Creek.
Small tintype portrait of an unidentified young man.
Four unidentified women and one man pose for this tintype as one woman strums a banjo.
Information included with photograph: "Mr. & Mrs. Waters of 1318 Quarrier St. Charleston, holding granddaughter, Jane Baily Ellison. Charles Alexander Ellison standing by his wife, Frances Waters Ellison on running board. Picture taken ca. 1912 ca. C. A. Ellison was [West Virginia] State Fire Marshall."
Information included with the photograph, unidentified workers were "... probably thrashing clover for seed ... Note the wooden wheels on the thrashing machine."