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Louis Bennett, Jr. and others wait next to plane at Sheepshead Bay.
Flood waters covering housing portion of North Alderson.
'Second arcade building on High St.  Mooney in white shirt, manager soda grill fruit market'
Campers in uniform lined up for the military parade.
Scene of World War I draftees preparing to leave for training camp. 'This photo is from the original glass plate by M. Alexander. It was taken on Main Street near South Branch Valley National Bank. From left to right: Dr. R. E. L. Hackney, Scout Master, Frank McNeill, Boyd McWhorter, George Finley, and the boy in the white uniform with his back to the camera is Willie Dasher.'
A view of flood waters and its damage in Weston. Photograph given to Dr. Earl Core by Mrs. A. C. Shively (dec.)
A view of the flood and its damage in Weston.  Photograph given to Dr. Core by A. C. Shively, dec'd.
Photograph given to Dr. Core by A. C. Shively, dec'd.
Group portrait taken in front of Franklin Court House.
Group portrait of Sugar Grove Normal School students.  1st Row: far left, Pierce Mitchell; 2nd from left, Harry Mitchell; 4th from right, Early Kiser; 7th from the left, Jesse Harvey Eckard (later a well known teacher in Sugar Grove schools for 37 years.) 2nd Row: 4th from left, Lester Puffenberger.  3rd Row: 4th from left, Mervin Mitchell; 5th from left, Effie Puffenbarger; 8th from left, Whitney Propst.  Back row, Middle of picture: Luther Pitsenbarger.
Campfire Girls, outdoors and dressed in Native American clothing posed over Falling Run.
George Green standing beside a car with American flags.
Bernice Green leaning against a four cylinder Dodge car.
Later Coach.
A group portrait of basketball squad taken in studio.
Isabelle Stewart, Raymond McNeal, and Odetta Johnson sit on the lawn at school holding a school pennant.
A scene from Spring 1917, as students gather in front of Chitwood Hall protesting the faculty's decision to continue with final exams after the United States had declared war on Germany. Many schools across the country had canceled finals since most male students would be drafted or enlist in quick order.
Students protest the WVU administration's decision not to cancel spring semester final exams after the United States had declared war on Germany.
Students protest the WVU administration's decision not to cancel the spring semester final exams as many other colleges had decided to do after the United States officially entered World War I on April 6th. Most male students would either enlist or be drafted as soon as possible forcing them to leave school before the end of the semester.
'This well was drilled by Ira D. Cox in 1917 on the farm of Claude Bowyer.  (Used for Golden Seal cover.)'
Post card sent November 22, 1917.
Could also be Pendergrast?
A photograph of a crowd gathered in a field to watch a demonstration by troops.
This one story building erected on the site of Huffman's Store which burned in 1916, is still being used as a store by Harold Sites. Left to right: Hobe Smith, John Spitzer, Dave Teter.