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Large group of Ayrshire milkers of the Reymann Memorial Farms.
Group portrait of Governor Cornwell and West Virginia Representatives to tri-state meeting of boys' farm clubs. Taken on lawn of executive mansion.
Group portrait of men, some in rescue attire, standing in front of the mine rescue car.
View of the Gymnasium at Fairmont State Normal School in Fairmont, West Virginia.
Group portrait of the McKendree Hospital Nurses in Fayette County.
McKendree Hospital No. 2 'Number of patients treated during June, 1920 was 105' the superintendent was H. L. Goodman. This institution is located at McKendree, Fayette County, and is reached by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad.
A view of the school building and Lincoln Cottage at the West Virginia Industrial Home for Girls.
A view of Silver Hall and the grounds of the West Virginia Industrial Home for Girls.
A view of Jones Cottage at the West Virginia Industrial Home for Girls.
View of garden of the West Virginia Industrial Home for Girls, showing the farm house and barn in the distance.
View of Weston State Hospital. This institution is located at Weston in Lewis county, and is reached by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and by the inter-urban line of the Monongahela Valley Traction Company. C. E. White, Superintendent. Number of patients, July 1, 1920... 1,098.
Crew with horses standing in front of the barns.
'Mrs. Mary Ehrstein, Superintendent; H.C. Slaughter, M. D., Medical Director.'
'Welch Hospital Number 1, C. F. Hicks, M. D., Superintendent. This institution is located at Welch, McDowell county, and is reached by the Norfolk and Western Railroad. Number of patients treated during June 1920 was 153.'
A view of Fairmont Hospital No. 3 in Fairmont, West Virginia.'This institution is located in Fairmont, Marion County, and is reached by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and by the lines of the Monongahela Valley Traction Company. Superintendent was C. M. Ramage, M. D. Number of patients treated during June, 1920 was 78.'
The nurses' home at Huntington State Hospital. L. V. Guthrie, M. D., Superintendent. This institution is located at Huntington, Cabell County, and is reached by the Baltimore and Ohio, Chesapeale and Ohio, Virginia Railroads; by the interurban line of the Ohio Valley Electric Company, by Ohio River steamboats. Number of patients July 1, 1920 was 771.
Rear view of the buildings located at Spencer State Hospital.
Children's Home, 1920, Randolph County, W. Va., The West Virginia Children's Home is located at Elkins, Randolph County, and is reached by the Western Maryland, the Coal and Coke and the Coal and Iron Railroads.  As of June 30th, 1920, twenty-eight children were living in the home.  Institution Staff: Ernestine Harrison-Superintendent, G. Harrison-Teacher, Texie Caplinger-Nurse, Elizabeth McQuain-Nurse, Beulah Brown-Laundress and Anna Dilla-Cook.