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From left to right: P. I. Reed and Harold J. Shamberger.
'University and Morgantown (about 1891-92. No Science Hall then; Clock on Martin Hall; Walnut Street had a dead end with the Firehouse seen beyond Martin Hall; Monongalia Academy at the site of the Junior High School; site of Grand Street in  the distance beyond the Academy; Suspension Bridge across the river. 6-1/2 x 8-1/2 inch negative by John L. Johnston, enlargement by Molby (1938).'
Church and people on University Avenue and Willey Street intersection, The cupola of Martin Hall is in the background.
View of the east side of the Agricultural Experiment Station Building.  Three early automobiles are parked on College Avenue across from the building.
'The first University Football Team, 1891. left to right on ground: N.B. Blake and George M. Ford; lower step (south side Martin Hall) George H.A Kunst, Andrew Price, J.W. Hughes, R.F. Bivens, J.T. Holbert; upper row: William C. Meyer (manager), A. Brown Smith, William G. Swaney, Gory Hogg, A.E. Boyd, and S.R. Jenkins.'
West Virginia University's oldest building completed in 1870 stands beside Woodburn Seminary.
Southern view.
Interior view of Lounge in Commencement Hall.
Early library on the third floor of Martin Hall.
Commencement Hall, Martin Hall, Woodburn Hall, Roof of Chitwood Hall and the Agricultural Experiment Station on the campus of West Virginia University.
Men standing at north side of Woodburn Hall.  Martin Hall visible in background.
Martin Hall in left foreground.  Seminary burned on January 25, 1873.
Martin Hall at left.  Seminary burned January 1873.
South view of Martin Hall.  First University building, 1872.
North view of Martin Hall.
View of library in Martin Hall where the lecture room is now located.  Miss Hough was librarian.
Martin Hall was the WVU Preparatory Building.
Clock now on Woodburn Hall
Built 1870.
'Preparatory Building and Library.'
Martin Hall is located at Woodburn Circle.
Front view of Martin Hall.
Preparatory Building.
Shown in picture is Mr. Christian Viewig Jr., Mrs. Emma Bowers Viewig and George Bowers Vieweg.