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Rimbol, Apthorpe(E.O.G.); Pallister, Tom (Case); Pigott, Conway (Stl. Imp); A, William (Case).
View of lights, signs, and cars parked at the I.B.E.W. Headquarters in Oklahoma City after dark.
Group portrait of men and women seated at tables.
Portrait of E. G. Otey.
Aerial view of P.H.S. and football field.
Aerial view of Parerksburg High School with football field right beside the school.
A man stands and operates a control panel.  'Its surface already gleaming from initial rolling in the breakdown mill, a slab of aluminum alloy moves into the 110 inch reversing mill, second of the big rolling mills in the hotline at Kaiser Aluminum's Ravenswood Works.  The air conditioned aluminum pulpit is located at one side above the rolling table.  Public Relations Dept. Ravenswood Works Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corp.  Ravenswood, W. Va.'
'An overall aerial view of Kaiser Aluminum's Ravenswood Works located on the Great Bend of the Ohio River, six miles south of Ravenswood and midway between Pittsburgh and Cincinnati.  Fabrication Plant is shown in the foreground, casting facility in the center and the Reduction Plant in the background near the 613 foot chimney.  On the main line of the B and O Railroad and West Virginia State Route 2, the Works is two days' delivery time from 50 of the nation's 100 largest cities and 70 percent of the aluminum consuming market.  Public Relations Dept.  Ravenswood Works.  Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corp. Ravenswood, W. Va.'
Mailbox of the house next door says Frederick V. Crall, 31 Citadel Rd.
Crowds line the street to watch the Labor Day Parade.
House in South Hills.
People leaving a Church Service at the Presbyterian Church in Morgantown, W. Va.
'The 1958 Labor Day parade is enacted in a loacale very similar to that of today. The tenants may be different, but the buildings have changed very little.'
'Picture taken at the Humphrey Preparation Plant. Left to right: Bill Poundstone-Superintendent of Humphrey Mine, Elber Yocum-Member of Mine Committe (United Mine Workers of America - 1058), George Humphrey, Ray Hayhurst-Lampman at Humphrey Mine Portal and first President of Humphrey local Union.'
Monongalia County Commissioners J. D. Ward, Tom Jackson, Kenny Kincaid, with secretary Edna Hardin.
From left to right: 'Geo Humphrey, Bill Poundstone-Superintendent of Humphrey Mine, Ray Hayhurst- President of Humphrey mine local Union (United Mine Workers of A-1058) at time mine was first opened. Presently lampman at mine portal where picture was taken.'
From Left to right 'Mabel Grimes, Mr. Bowlby, Mr. Whiston - speaker, Unknown, Unknown ,and Don Eddy'.
A snow scene of Deckers Creek in Morgantown, West Virginia in 1958.
Teachers and pupils in University High School lab. At the time University High School was a division of West Virginia University for training teachers.  Pictured in the photograph are, from left to right:  Fred Truban, Carol Reynolds, Michael Caruso, and Scottie Riffle.  Girl in background unknown.
A view of the repaving of Grand Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Young boy on a bicycle during the repaving of Grand Street in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A tow truck driver is hooking up Joseph Stenger's wrecked car.
The front end of the car completely smashed from an accident on University Avenue.
Photograph of the Bruceton High School Varsity Band in uniform.
'First row:  Benke, Kensky, Criss, Hillen, Reight, Lopasky, Ford, Smith, Marra, Manion, Herrig.  Second row:  Guesman, Trozzo, Sommer, Billak, Messinger, keeney, Bowles, Lavelle, Bowman, McComb, McClung.  Third row:  Guenther, Crane, Donaldson, Corum, Zets, Borlie, Bonar, Tolley, Gatto, Dumbauld, McFadden, Gibson, Shockey, Lewis.  Fourth row:  Longfellow, Skeen, Rider, Peterson, Lanasa, McClure, Wirth, Foltz, Strauss, Struck, Miller, Staats, Fairbanks.  Fifth row:  Suck, Hess, Williams, Pomponio, Lively, Day, Shamblin, Simpson, Tallarico, Rodesky, Whipkey, Dannenberg.'
'Rear view of the West Virginia University Bookstore, located at the back of Colson Hall. The bookstore opened on May 27, 1958 and cost $250,000 to built.'
View of the new University Bookstore, located at the rear of Colson Hall and is currently Admissions and Records Building, West Virginia University.
Rees from Follansbee, W. Va., earned a straight A average at WVU for four years.