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Group portrait of the 10th annual convention of the I.A.M. of D.
The house was built by Frank and Marie Henry in South Charleston, West Virginia.
A portrait of Nancy Lieuema Clark Dotson at 47 years old. She lived 1857-1949.
This image is part of the Thompson Family of Canaan Valley Collection. The Thompson family played a large role in the timber industry of Tucker Country during the 1800s, and later prospered in the region as farmers, business owners, and prominent members of the Canaan Valley community.
This image is part of the Thompson Family of Canaan Valley Collection. The Thompson family played a large role in the timber industry of Tucker Country during the 1800s, and later prospered in the region as farmers, business owners, and prominent members of the Canaan Valley community.
Original returned to donor.
Six students of the Storer College class of 1904 on the campus lawn in front of a building.
Seated left to right:  Gottlieb Farhner (born February 1839 in Zurich, Switzerland; died April 1915); Catherine Christine Lorenz Fahrner (born March 1852 in Wittenburg, Germany); Louisa; Anna.  Standing left to right: Gottlieb; Willie; Mary; Henry; Dan; Ruth; John; Ben.
Emanuel Benedum (left), father of Michael Benedum with a well-known merchant Allen Fitzhugh.  The photo was taken on Main Street of Bridgeport, near current Benedum Civic Center.
A renowned Austrian composer, musician Richard Strauss performs in Commencement Hall with the Pittsburgh Orchestra (now Pittsburgh Symphony) with Victor Herbert, Conductor.  Strauss is standing in the center, Herbert is on the right.
Portrait of African-American student William D. Johnson.
Cole (Captain), Strickler, Hart, Gronninger, MacCormick, Taylor, Cathers, Purinton, Taylor.
First Row, Left to Right:  O. T. Sines (day guard), George Travis (eng.), H. O. Vantramp (eng.), Frank Moore (baker), unknown (teacher), W. R. Collins (guard).  Second Row, Left to Right:  Mr. Walter (stable boss), Ralph Kunst (guard), C. E. Bunner (chief eng.), H. L. McMillin (boy's cook).  Third Row, Left to Right:  Mr. Deering (guard), E. Whitescarver (teacher), Mr. Sheppard (shoe shop supervisor).'  The men pose for a group portrait as the boys look out the windows of the school behind them.
Left to Right: Eleanor Ley and her daughter, Lillie C. Ley.
'From left to right: G. Bowman, J. Phelps, G. Phelps, C. Slider, K. Deahl, M. Deahl, and L. Noland.'
'Teachers Institute 1904.'  Taken in front of M.K. Bogg's store which burned in Franklin on April 7th, 1924.
Ike Ballard sitting on a mule.
A view of the Broad Run Baptist Church and cemetery in Lewis County. 'Some of Lewis County's best known and ablest men and women have worshipped within the walls of the old Broad Run Baptist Church. It is where Tom Jackson [Confederate General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson] and Joe Lightburn [Union General Joseph Lightburn] attended church and Sunday School.'
View of Maude Sennett and six others seated at a table in Morgantown.
Three members of a band holding their musical instruments.
Men in colonial costume marching in a parade.
'Main St. Building. W. Swisher's Theatre, 1906, now occupies the site.'
'Ralph Garner, Mgr., Snow Parker, Loaffee Henderson, Sonney Brooks, Bill Parker, Denny Jenkins, Tom Ward, O-Kay Odger, Roy Jenkins, Bug Johnson, Orval Brawford, Ben Smith, Henry Hosey.'
Group portrait of boys in front of the Administration building at the Industrial School for Boys, near Grafton, W. Va.
Crowds gather along the banks of the Elk River while people walk out on the fallen bridge to rescue people in the water.
Miners riding tram engines with company houses in the background; United Poca Coal Co., Crumpler, W. Va.
Hastings Station with men standing outside the building.
Loading completed, Shay No. 3 prepares to depart a log landing on Cheat Mountain 1904.  In Cab:  Cal Bradley.  On Ground:  1.? 2.? 3.?