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Purinton House built in 1905.  Poster on pole reads, 'Baseball Saturday, May 5'  Note: Trolley car tracks, gas lamp pole.
Downed trees around the Purinton House on campus. At one time the Purinton House the home of the WVU president.
'View of the library (now Stewart Hall), and the President's Home (Now Purinton House), taken during the winter of 1911-1912.'
Pre. 1928.
Buildings pictured are Engineering II, Physics, President's Home, Administration, Law School, and Chemistry.
Left to right- Reynolds Hall, Administration, Law School, President's home
'This is the picture Vic Haines thinks shows where Reynolds Hall was or is torn almost to the ground (evidence the crane) and Mountainlair is being constructed at the same time.  This remains a question.  It looks like most of it is Mountainlair, all the way.  But Mountainlair also isn't that near the sidewalk, so it may be that it is???? The type of cars makes it seem Mountainlair.'
Front left: Engineering building II and  behind it is the Physics building.  Back left to right: President's home, Administration, Law School, Chemistry building.
President's house on left and E. Moore Hall on right.
Buildings pictured are the Law Building, President's Home, and the library.
Now Colson Hall and Purinton House.
Note the trolley tracks leading onto University Avenue.
Stewart Hall (library) is in the background.
Commencement Hall, Stewart Hall on the left, Purinton House on the right.
WVU President resides in Puriton House on Campus Drive.
A group of unidentified men stand in a field that will become the Hall of Chemistry. In the background is the Purinton House.
The Presidents Home is now known as the Purinton House.