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'Earl Hugh Moneypenny of Clarksburg, working on his car. Photo from 1927. Originial photo owned by a daughter, Pearl Moneypenny, of Clarksburg.'
Earl Hugh Moneypenny crouched down near the front tire of his car. Small boy standing on car hood.  'Original photo owned by his daughter, Pearl Moneypenny of Clarksburg.'
2nd A. E. F. in Paris, 1927.  From undated Charleston Daily News clipping, 'This photograph of the Legion parade taken in the French Capitol during the convention last summer has just been received by Boyd B. Stutler, secretary of the delegation.   It shows the West Virginia delegation just after it had passed under the Arch de Triomphe where each man placed a flower on the grave of the Unknown soldier.  Colonel Lewis Johnson, of Clarksburg, chairman of the delegation is marching in the head with his overcoat on his arm.  To his left is Mr. Stutler, and immediately behind Mr. Stutler, wearing the big hat is C. M. (Casey) Jon [sic] In the foreground is William Morris Stutler, young son of Mr. Stutler, carrying the state's banner.  Among the 21 Charlestonians in the group are Harry Kessell, Ben Bioarsky, John Crockett, and Mrs. Cora B. Haynes.'
Group portrait of Hazel Atlas "Go Getters" Club members in Grafton, West Virginia.
Group portrait of members of the High Hatters Orchestra in Graf., pose for a group portrait.
Mourners sit near Mrs. Zarko's casket in Grafton, West Virginia.
Side view of a wrecked Bartlett Brothers bus that traveled between Clarksburg and Grafton.
Close view of a Bartlett Brothers bus, that traveled between Grafton and Clarksburg, after a wreck.
View of a Bartlett Brothers bus, traveled between Grafton and Clarksburg, after a wreck.
Five Bartlett Brothers buses in a parking lot, Grafton, W. Va.
People sitting in the court room of the Taylor County Court House, Grafton, W. Va.
Cars are parked on the street outside of the Courthouse.
Cars are parked outside of the corner bank in Philippi, W. Va.
People sit and walk in the courthouse square in Philippi, W. Va.
'B&O Passenger Station: North End of Platform. Left to right: Ed Minor, Harry F. Mills, Harold Goff, Bill Minor, and Casey Herd. M.A. Keith, agent; Harris Gallagher, O.H. Clerk; and L.F. Linton, cashier are not shown.'
Queen kneels down as a man places a crown on her head.
The smoke of a logging train on Spruce Mountain, from Middle Timber Ridge in Pendleton County, West Virginia.
School had two rooms.  Back Row:  Harry Payne (teacher), J.G. 'Bud' Raines, Coy Huffman, Gae Morrell, Evelyn Huffman, Doan Harman, Paul Harper, Ernest Cunningham, Blair Harper, Teddy Adamson, Conley Turner, Mabel Huffman, Kate Raines, Ruby Huffman, Ruby Turner, Mary Huffman, Vera Raines, Aletha Thompson.  Middle Row:  Cathering Harper, Hazel Adamson, Helen Butcher, Blanche Turner, Ruby George, Mabel Huffman, Joy Huffman, Gae Adamson, Rosalie Harper, Ann Huffman, June Kisamore, Mae Huffman.  Seated:  John Harman, Troxel Raines, Lester George, Stern Butcher, Carl Turner, Raymond Turner, Worth Butcher, Clyde Adamson, Granville Cunningham, Delmar Huffman, Forrest Butcher, Dermit Butcher, Bob Turner, Burrel Huffman.
West Penn Power Co. dedication of new dam at Lake Lynn.
'Miss Toler, Miss Duffy, and Miss Heater' (left to right) pose for a photograph in the summer of 1927 at the Hopemont Sanitarium.
Train collision occurred six miles east of Princeton, Mercer County, at about noon on May 24, 1927.  'Two trainmen were killed and about twenty people were injured.  The accident occurred fourteen cars west of the first tunnel at Ingleside when Virginian Railway (now Norfolk Southern) westbound passenger train No. 3, the steam locomotive, met head-on with one of the huge eastbound electric motors hauling about 100 loaded coal cars downgrade, pushing No. 3 back down the grade a distance of 270 feet.  The passenger locomotive climbed on top of the electric motor.  The Virginian had been electrified from Mullens, W.Va. to Roanoke, Va. in 1925-1926.'
Students of pipe fitting class of 1927 pose in Mechanical Hall with Rufus West on far right.
Making bows and arrows.
A boy and young girl.
Karl Myers (1899 - 1951) from Tucker County, appointed as the first 'West Virginia's Poet Laureate' in 1927.
'L. B. L. C. Class.'
Group shot of students in caps and gowns sitting on the Storer College lawn.
Class of 1927 sitting on lawn of Storer College in caps and gowns.
Group photo of Storer College graduates, class of 1927, in caps and gowns. Back Row: J. Johnson, Lacey, Washington, Turner, Reed, M. Johnson, Beard, Fletcher, Murry, Jones, Drew, Taylor, Markey, Battle, Arrington, A. Brown. Middle Row: Robinson, Lewis, Peterson, Spencer, McKenney, H. Brown, Pryar, Shelton, Shirley, Saunders, Duson. Front Row: Harris, Holley, C. Law, Davis, E. Johnson, Reede, S. Jones, Jenkins, Cyrus, Kana, White, Brooks, Wilson, Churchill. Absent: Lillian Ashe & Chas Spencer. Insert: Bowe
Rev. Carl Johnson, Pastor
Rejetos Jichancas formed in 1908. It's origins are unclear, but membership was highly prized. The group did not appear in WVU yearbooks after 1928.
Wife of Augustine Jaquelin Todd
Front, Left to right: Tom Epperley, Perry Goff, Joe Conner, ___ Bragg, Adolphus Harvey, H. F. Burrow; Back Row, Left, Nathan Lane and ___ Clark.
Scene of buildings destroyed by fire including the Morgantown Hardware Co. shown to the far right.
Passengers crowd along the deck of "Princess" before heading off on the Monongahela River.