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Mining town of Lochgelly in the Winter.
View of miners homes along a hillside at Scott's Run.
Townspeople surround a coffin and grave marker for Old Man Gloom and watch as an announcer reads from a paper in front of a WMMN microphone during Old Man Gloom funeral in downtown Fairmont, West Virginia.
Imperial Ice Cream Co., on the corner of Beech Street and Main Street in Grafton, West Virginia.
A man stands atop the construction of the Philippi Post Office.
Workers stand on scaffolding around the Philippi Post Office while it is under construction.
Work being done on the Philippi Post Office.
The Cole Bros. crew is laying cement.
Several cars are parked in front of the Dodge Brothers Motor Vehicles Garages in Grafton, West Virginia.
Four men stand below a girl seated on a large Hoover vacuum cleaner on the back of a Monongahela West Penn Public Service Company truck.
Front entrance and window display of Friedman and Son Clothing Store on Main Street in Grafton, W. Va.
Warren Methodist Episcopal Church on Thayer Street, West Side, in Grafton, West Virginia.
Lutheran Church on Washington Street, in Grafton, West Virginia.
Members of a Boys Basketball team pose for a group portrait.
A view of Main Street in Grafton, West Virginia.
View of Main Street, Grafton, W. Va.
Central Lunch, The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. Grocer, and other buildings on Main Street, Grafton, W. Va.
Men work on the brick post office.
People stand on the sidewalk outside of Crims Store.
Front of Drummond Chapel M.E. Church, "The Flats," Morgantown, W. Va.
Located below Monongahela Avenue in Westover.
View of debris form a demolished home and a car after a wind storm.
Picture is on the front of a Christmas card sent out by President and Mrs. James G. Harlow.
Group portrait of the 1928 West Virginia University Football Team.
C.R. Orton, back row, third on left.
'Baylor College, Belton, Texas.'
'Before the fire...1928 (No Cupola.)'
On the steps of Oglebay Hall.
Members are shooting a Cannon, banner hanging from house says, 'The South Has Risen'
A picture of a man with a saw, Latch Dillion (?), and a child, Warren Ellison on the ice.
A steel mill on the river bank at Benwood, W. Va.
On the back of the photo: ' In 1928 City Baseball Champions were standing, left to right, Clyde Gatchel, Lee Carney, Louis Merck, Paul McDowell, Mike Mehalic and  Walter Wolfe. Sitting, also left to right, Tony Malone, Leo Burke, Flody Styvesant, Steve Mehalic, Morley Cross, Bud Shank, and Joe Folio, who furnished this picture for the Notebook.'