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Picture of three children cooking inside the Shack.
Two unidentified men standing in front of the Shack building on a winter day.
Group in front of the Shack community center on a winter day.
Mary Behner(later Christopher)and George Lay painting the name on the building's facade.
Two men unloading a truck delivery to the Shack.
Group portrait of the Mary Behner Christopher family in front of a painting of the Shack.
Artist Margaret Anne Christopher(left) and her Mother Mary sit in front of a painting of the Shack.
Built in 1938, Reverend Franklin Trubee was the Director.
'For more information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission see A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
Three men stand outside Canyon Chapel church building. One of the Mountaineer Mining Mission Chapels, Monongalia County, W. Va. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (SC).'
Miners eviction at Osage or Pursglove, Monongalia  County, W. Va. Miners things are just sitting in a pile in the road.  Mountaineer Mining Mission later became  Presbyterian Neighborhood Service (PNS0 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (SC).'
Group portrait of boys in front of 'The Shack'. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
Men putting up sign. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
Group portrait of children near the shack. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
Group of boys probably near the Shack, Pursglove, W. Va., Monongalia County. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
Group portait of boys at Pursglove. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A and M 2491 (S.C.).'
'Dr. and Mrs. French, Presbyterian Minister to the students of WVU and the Mountaineer Mining Mission. He was the first minister at 'The Shack.' For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
'Rev. Del. Swartz. To his left Glenna Williams. WVU students pastor and Mountaineer Mining Mission Pastor. The WVU Presbyterian Fellowhip students were also helpers at the Shack. For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
'Rev. Lee Klaer, Presbyterian Student Minister and the Mountaineer Mining Mission Minister. He came after Rev. French retired. Westminister Fund Poster.  Founder of Chestnut Ridge Camp. First named Mountaineer Mining Mission or later the Presbyterian Neighborhood Services, P.N.S. For History See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
Group of children in front of the Shack for Christmas Party, Pursglove, W. Va., Monongalia County. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission, later the Presbyterian Neighborhood Services, See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
Rev. Walter Case leading choir in song at the Shack, Pursglove, W. Va., Monongalia County. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission, See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
Painting the Shacks name on the building are Miss Behner and George Lay. She was an early director of the Presbyterian 'Shack'. Later on she became director of the Scotts Run Settlement House near Osage, W. Va., which was a Methodist Settlement house. 'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission, See A&M 2491 (S.C.).'
School children of the Osage School in the 1940s and their teacher. For information of the Mountaineer Mining Mission, see A&M 2491 (SC).L to R: Tommy Wells (deceased), Sammy Dobbs (lived in Jerome Park for ling time, shot to death), Wesley Morton, Jimmy Summervile, unidentified, "Snookie" Williams.Teacher most likely someone who came for a special mission, possibly Mountaineer Mining Mission.
Women preparing food with a pressure canner.
The Shack next to train tracks and a snow covered hillside.
'Mrs. Richard Smith is playing the piano for her students. She is the wife of Reverend Richard C. Smith, the Director of the Shack. For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission, see A&M 2491 (SC).'
Reverend Dave McGowan, Shack Director 1951-1953, talking to two of his friends who use the Shack facilities for recreation.  For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission, see A&M 2491 (SC)
'The Mountaineer Mining Mission had a bus that went out and picked up the boys, girls, and other people that wanted to attend the Mission Sunday School, Church services and affairs. Pursglove, W. Va., Monongalia County; For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission see A&M 2491 (S.C.); first called Mountaineer Mining Mission or later, Presbyterian Neighborhood Services, P. N. S.'
Children standing in front of the Shack at Pursglove, W. Va.; 'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission, later called Presbyterian Neighborhood Services, see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
Cars parked outside the Miners Memorial Center. 'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission, see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
A group of children sitting on railroad tracks, with homes in the background.  'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission, see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
Two men move sacks of flour from the bed of a truck. 'For more information on Mountaineer Mining Mission, see A&M 2491 (S.C.)'
Man is standing in the doorway to the new Shack building.
The Shack with other buildings around it.
'Two story section built later by Trubee.'
Blurry image of two men on the stage at the Shack.
Group portrait of children from the Shack Sunday School class.
'Mountaineer Mining Mission prepares food for canning.'
'For information on the Mountaineer Mining Mission / Presybterian Neighborhood Services see A&M 2491.'
'Looks like Osage school children or School Community Library.'Picture includes: Dolores Stovall, Shirley Robinson's aunt.