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Cass, WV; Second switchback, Cass Hill; Foreground 1-r; 1. Merle Ervin, brakeman 2. Ward Hudson, Conductor 3. Joe Woodell, brakeman; Cab: doorway- Cardock, fireman; throttle- Piney Williams; K.J. Neighbors Collection<br />
Train engine with log carts.  Two men in engine, four men standing by tracks.
Operating mill of the Davis Babcock Lumber company.
Officers in front of Alderson National Bank 'Left to right: James H. George, Cashier, H. B. Rowe, Asst. Cashier, L. E. Johnson, President and Dr. J. H. A. Miller Dentist.'
Train moving down tracks. 'Credit; Mrs. Cecile Huffman.'
'Train of empty hoppers pauses at Alderson briefly in 1909. Credit: Mrs. Cecile Huffman.'
Church where Pastor C. L. Travis gave his sermons.
'Looking down toward Avery St., Parkersburg, W. Va.'  People walk amongst the wreckage of houses after the water tank disaster.
Quincy Hill Tank Disaster in Parkersburg, West Virginia. The disaster took place at the corner of 10th and Avery Street.
'View from position of Federal Battery at First Battle of Civil War on June 3, 1861.'
People are watching horse racing at the Morgantown Fair which was held on the new Evansdale track in 1909.
View of Main Street in Moorefield looking north from opposite McCoy Theater site. Building at right was then Turley Hotel.
View of 'Main Street Looking North from Opposite McCoy Theater site in 1909: Building at right was then Turley Hotel, Frame building extreme right- Miss Luch Williams Home White store building with roof extending out over street - Bowen Drug Store.'
View of a house in Charleston, West Virginia from a postcard mailed to Mrs. Ira E. Robinson, Quarrier Street on December 16, 1909.
View of Magnolia High School in New Martinsville.
View of 5002 New Martinsville, W. Va., Washington Street.
View of Dickson's Camp on Green Mountain.
Young boy is working at the Bordeaux Mixing Plant, W.C. Anderson in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A horse and buggy can be seen on the right.
For full identification see p. 182 '09 Monticola
'For full identification see page 180 of the 1909 Monticola.'
James H. Riddle, Captain; Beryl Crowl, Manager; Grigg- forward, Riddle- forward, Gaskins- center, Crowl- guard, Tobin- guard.  Substitutes- Naylor, Pritchard and T. Starbuck.  1908 Season