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A building at the West Virginia Colored Orphan's Home in Huntington, Cabell County, West Virginia.
Group portrait of the medical and nursing staff at McKendree Hospital No. 2.
McKendree Hospital No. 2 'Number of patients treated during June, 1927 was 272' the superintendent was M. V. Godbey, M. D. This institution is located at McKendree, Fayette County, and is reached by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad.
A view of McCullough Cottage, Sutton Cottage, and Lakin School at the West Virginia Industrial Home for Girls.
A scene of girls socializing outside of Silver Hall.
A view of Jones Cottage at the West Virginia Industrial Home for Girls.
On the Grounds of the West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville.
Superintendent and staff pose for a group portrait in front of the State Hospital for Colored Insane, Mason County, West Virginia.
View of the State Hospital for Colored Insane. C.C. Barnett is the Superintendent in 1927. This intstitution is located at Lakin, Mason County, about nine miles up the Ohio River from Point Pleasant, and is reached by the Ohio River Division of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, or by bus or auto on State Route 62. Number of patients June 30, 1927 was 228.
View of nurses and surgeons in an Operating Room at Welch Hospital No. 1, McDowell County, W. Va.
A front view of Fairmont Hospital No. 3 in Fairmont, West Virginia. 'Fairmont Hospital No. 3, William A. Welton, M. D. Superintendent. This insitution is located at Fairmont, Marion County, and is reached by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, by the lines of the Monongahela Valley Traction Company, and by bus or auto over State Route 6 and U.S. Route 19. Number patients treated during June, 1930 were 129.'
'L. V. Guthrie, M. D., Superintendent. This institution is lovated at Huntington, Cabell county, and is reached by the Baltimore and Ohio, Chesapeake and Ohio, Virginian Railroads; by the interurban line of the Ohio Valley Electric Company, by Ohio River steamboats, and by bus or auto on State Routes 8, 10 and 62 and U. S. Route 60. Number of patients june 30, 1927 was 997.'
Building of the State Home for Aged and Infirm Colored Men and Women.
The front entrance of Spencer State Hospital. W. D. McClung, M. D., Superintendent. This institution is located at Spencer, Roane County, and is reached by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, or by bus line or auto on State Route 5 and U. S. Route 21. Number of Patients June 30, 1927 was 756.
Patients sitting on benches at Spencer State Hospital.
View of the women's wing at Spencer State Hospital.
View of the ward for the sick male patients at Spencer State Hospital.
View of the storage dam at Spencer State Hospital.
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, and by bus or auto over State Routes 56 and 58.  As of June 30th, 1927, 35 children lived in the home.  Institution Staff:  Jessica Parry Lehman-Superintendent, Glenn Hersman-Matron, Anna Everson-Matron, Eva Caplinger-Teacher and E. A. Vamscoy-Farmer.
Group portrait of the superintendent and staff standing outside of the Crichlow Hospital.