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Civil War Map of West Virginia. Showing present counties and county seats 1936. Includes railroads, turnpikes, lateral roads, county lines, states lines, and rivers.
Men in field at Jacksons Mill for Mine Safety Day.
Car trapped in flood waters.
House with picket fence separating it from the railroad tracks.
Shelves with stocked store merchandise. Mr. Guinn is standing in the background of the picture.
Piles in between coke ovens and railroad.
Houston Ware getting ready to board the 11:20 a.m. C&O train No. 14.
Smoke rises from the coke ovens at Fire Creek.
Tipple with railroad cars underneath.
Coke ovens, tipple and white school house shown. Jr. Barker is on the bike.
There is a house in the background behind the store. 'Charlie Smith'
View of coke ovens and surrounding buildings.
There is a house sitting behind the store. Man standing in front of store is Charlie Smith.
'Colored Church and school house. Corner of coke ovens and icehouse at Fire Creek.'
Smoke rises from the coke ovens at Fire Creek.
Buildings on both sides of the tracks.
Smoke rises from the coke ovens. Filled coal cars are next to them.
Smoke rises from the coke ovens at Fire Creek.
Flood water flowing through a city area with trees, a park bench, and an entrance with two globe lights.
Main Street in Downtown Wheeling, West Virginia is underwater because of the damaging flood of 1936.
People are paddling boats in order to travel down Main Street in Wheeling, West Virginia during the flood of 1936.
The Old Market House in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, damaged after the flood of March 18, 1936.
'Charles T. Gorby on porch above Gorby Brothers store fills a grocery order by lowering a bucket which has been added to the photograph. Jesse K. Gorby lived his last years in the apartment to the left of the upper porch; From a photograph in the Wetzel County Historical Museum.'
Water is receding as people try to clean up the mess. Mud seen on the side walks and on people's clothes. Road is visible now, no longer covered with water.
Flood waters seen in Wheeling, W. Va. The water is seen at the top of some buildings and part way up other buildings.
Damage to buildings, caused by the flood waters, seen here. Waters left mud behind.
Flood waters engulf the Chevrolet Company building in Wheeling, W. Va.
Debris left the flood waters in Wheeling, W. Va. People rummage through debris and walk through the neighborhood.
Damage seen on buildings caused by the flood waters in Wheeling, W. Va.
Flood waters of the 1936 flood in Wheeling, W. Va.
Damage to the buildings and electric poles apparent. Poeple stand on the sidewalks and walk down the street in Wheeling, W. Va.
Flood waters seen rising up the buildings in Wheeling, W. Va.
Mud and debris seen left after the flood waters receded in Wheeling, W. Va.
Flooded buildings in Wheeling, W. Va.
Two people walk across a bridge with flood waters flowing over it.
Car parked along a flooded street in Berkeley Springs, W. Va.
Flood waters engulf a house.
This old civil war vet was the last of his family as well as the last of his regiment.
Flood waters sit in between two houses.
Two cars are trapped in the flood waters while a crowd looks on from a railroad bridge.
People are watching a car being towed because of high water on the Monongahela River at Jimtown (Randell), junction U.S. Route 19, state route 7-100.
Print number 203c.
Group portrait of the 1936 West Virginia University Football Team. 'First row (left to right) are Hedrick, Ronai, Nebera, Sorenz, Neilson, Cropp, Atty, Barma, Wendell, Hodges. Second row (left to right) are Baker, Isaac, Eller, Keyle, Schwartzwalder, Gilmore, and unidentified. Third row (left to right) are Phares, McCue, Audria, Moan, DeAngelic, Dickenson, Frantz, Vockin, Faley, and unidentified.'