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Polly Hatfield holding a dead raccoon.
A view of the dam and locks on the Allegheny River at Parnassus, now a suburb of New Kensington, P. A. The dam and locks were engineered by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Two banners are visible promoting Virgil L. Highland as Republican Candidate for United States Senator.
Bleau, a telegrapher and cousin to W.J.B. Gwinn of Meadow Creek, is pictured on top of a railroad bicycle, or "velosipede", in order to get him to the different telegraph offices that he had to work at on the New River Division.
View looking up Possum Hollow. Avis City Hall on the right from Clem Ellison.
Engineer identified as ED Fredeking. Fireman identified as Dewey Keaton Spring.
Woodson was an African-American historian, author, journalist and the founder of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History. Woodson has been cited as the "Father of Black History". He entered Douglass High School in Huntington, W. Va.  in 1895, earning his diploma in two years. He taught in Winona, Fayette County, W. Va. and served as principal of Douglass High in 1900. Woodson subsequently completed his PhD in History at Harvard and published several works regarding African-American history, education and culture. After a year as Dean of Liberal Arts at Howard University in Washington, Woodson was appointed Academic Dean at West Virginia Collegiate Institute in 1920. He returned to Washington in 1922.
Print number 397b. Barracks located in Morgantown, West Virginia. The AEF consisted of the U.S. Armed Forces that were sent to Europe during World War I.
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Print number 397.
Uniformed men stand in line with their guns to their sides awaiting orders from their commanding officer.
Uniformed men walk in formation across unoccupied streets.