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Men practicing first aid techniques at Beall High School in Frostburg.
Drawing of capitol building under construction in Charleston.
Children of the West Virginia Colored Orphan's Home in Huntington, West Virginia are playing on a swingset.
The front of the Main Building, West Virginia Colored Orphan's Home, Huntington, West Virginia.
View of the main building of McKendree Emergency Hospital. McKendree Hospital No. 2 'Number of patients treated during June, 1930 was 247.' 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.
Cars and people outside of an apple packing plant and school.
View of Caudy's Castle in Hampshire County, West Virginia Geological Survey.
A view of Sutton Cottage at the West Virginia Industrial Home for Girls.
A group portrait of some girls in front of Silver Hall.
A view of the school building at the West Virginia Industrial Home for Girls.
A scene of girls on their way to school.
A scene of a group of girls on their way to school, standing on a bridge.
Large monument in Rumseyan Park.
A ward in the Grandview Sanitarium being used for the treatment of Turberculosis.
Tuberculosis patients are seated in front of a cottage at the Hillcrest Sanitarium.
View of a battle monument at Tu-endie-wei Park in Point Pleasant.
'West Virginia State Hospital For Colored Insane: C.C. Barnett, M.D. Superintendent. This institution 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 over State Route 62. Number of patients on June 30, 1930 was 342.'
Group portrait of 'Old Folks' at the State Home For aged and Infirmed Colored Men and Women
Main building of Welch Emergency Hospital. A.G. Rutherford, M.D., Superintendent. This institution is located at Welch, McDowell County, and is reached by the Norfolk and Western Railroad, and by bus or auto over State Routes 8 and 66. Number of patients treated during June, 1930 was 207.
Front view of Fairmont Emergency Hospital in Fairmont, West Virginia. 'Fairmont Hospital Number 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.'
View of Women's Ward Building at Huntington State Hospital. W. D. McClung, M. D., superintendent. Following the death on September 20, 1930, of Dr. L. V. Guthrie, who for nearly 30 years was head of Huntington State Hospital, his widow, Mrs. M. L. Guthrie was appointed by Governor Conley as acting superintendent of that institution, to serve until such a time as Dr. Guthrie's successor should be appointed and qualified. On December 5, 1930, W. D. McClung, M. D., for ten years superintendent of Spencer State Hospital was commissioned by Governor William G. Conley as superintendent of Huntington Hospital. This institution is located at Huntington, Cabell County, and is reached by the Baltimore and Ohio, Chesapeake and Ohio, Virginia 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, also U.S. Route 60. Number of patients June 30, 1930 was 996.