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Harry Cole at left. Others are not identified
Fred Davis (back row, center), Harry Cole (first row, right), and three unidentified students.
Senior Engineering students posed in classroom.  From left to right:  Harry Cole, Bert Lawhead, Elmer Leach, Bill Bruner, Fred Davis, and Charles McCoy.
Two students are named.  Linnie Vance is seated in the first row, third from the left, and Nell Steele (Ferris) of Philadelphia is seated in the first row, the first on the extreme right.
Four engineering students gathered around a piece of surveying equipment.  The student on the far right is named as Fred Davis.
Picture probably taken on the site of the Clark Huffman house, where the M.P. Church is now located.
Left to right, Harry O. Cole, Fred Davis, Berton M. Laughead, Elmer Leach, Wm. J. Bruner, Charles  E. McCoy. Senior engineering class of 1898. Leach, a consulting engineer; C.E. McCoy, now in Insurance business in Charleston, W. Va; Bruner, who is with the Highland Contracting Co. in Pittsburgh; Fred Davis, head of the . W. Va. Good-roads testing department; Laughead, who is now with the Pennsylvania Railroad Co. at Washington, Pa; and Harry Cole who is president of the Cole Brothers Construction Co. of Morgantown.
A female student, Carrie Dent, flanked by two male students, one in a cadet uniform.  Carrie Louise Dent, WVU Class of 1899, was one of the first 20 woment to graduate from the University and the daughter of Marmaduke Dent, Class of 1870, WVU's first graduate.  She married Professor Robert Armstrong, Class of 1886, in 1901.
Class portrait with unidentified students.
Students are identified: Edminston, Spates, Knox, Border, Woods, and Haymond.
Left to right: Cole, Davis, Leach, Laughead, Bruner.
Leaning against a fence, made with unhewn logs.
Dr. Hartigan, the instructor, is in the front row, second from the left; and Wayne Willey is in the front row, on the extreme right.  The other students are not identified.
Loughead is with the Pennsylvania Railroad Co. at Washington, Pa. Davis is head of Good Road Testing Department. Taken in Science Hall in 1898.
Second from left, Harry Cole.
Dr. Brown, Dr. Muriel Brown, Winifred Jones, Elizabeth Roberts, Gladys McConkey, Frances Howard, Lorana Riley, June Rose Simmons, Helen Wolfe Bowman, Louise Roberts, Frances McIvor, Susan Hammer, Virginia Thomas, Elizabeth Morgan, Frances Lynch, unknown, Rosemary Willians, Virginia Bond, unknown, Ruth Withers, Madeline Shorter, Maria Kittle, Dorothy Moore, Ada Goff, Una Jarvis.
Identifed as: Riffe, Ellison, Comin, Friedman, Kirkpatrick, Laurence, Ellison, Daugherty, Meadows, Koonce, Fortney, Parsons, Riley, Robinson, Robinson, Stricklen, Hall, Dyer, Holt, Wood, Mason, and Mackelfresh.'
Students are not identified.
The Society was formed in 1852, 15 years before the University was established. Meetings were held at the Monongalia Academy, near the site of the WVU campus.  No members are identified.
Senior Civil Engineers, posing for a group photograph with engineering equipment.
Group of four unidentified students, posed before a fireplace. Inscribed on the front; "a hard crowd".
'Dr. Dodds in background. Per G. S. Dodds, 2-6-58.'
Students playing cards and drinking soda at the Wesley Foundation.
Male student wearing headphones.
Three men (two African-American, other white) look at gauges on dairy equipment.
Left to right, Donald A. Layton, Clifford N. Sypolt, Unknown, Nancy Fint, Sharon White.
Left to right: Donald A. Layton, Clifford N. Sypolt, Unknown, Nancy Fint, Sharon White.
Students appear to be dressed for Mountaineer Week activities.