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From left to right: 'Police Chief John Lewis, William Musgrave, Bill Hughes, Bennie Palmer, George Katchur, Robert West'.
Men dig out a pony trapped in a mine shaft.
J.P. McGee, Acting Research Director, and Jack Smith, in Charge of the Gas Turbine Development Project discuss proper positioning of the turbine rotor in its casing.
This mock-up shows the new blade design being tested by the Bureau of Mines. The base of the blade is thicker and there is a strip of titanium carbide at the point of previous severe erosion. If used, please credit Bureau of Mines, U.S. Department of the Interior.During LDC's final 1,100-hour run, this rotor blade (arrow) was undercut by ash flowing  along the rotor past the tips of the stator blades. If used, please credit Bureau of Mines, U.S. Department of the Interior.
This mock-up shows the new blade design being tested by the Bureau of Mines. The base of the blade is thicker and there is a strip of titanium carbide at the point of previous severe erosion. If used, please credit Bureau of Mines, U.S. Department of the Interior.During LDC's final 1,100-hour run, this rotor blade (arrow) was undercut by ash flowing  along the rotor past the tips of the stator blades. If used, please credit Bureau of Mines, U.S. Department of the Interior.
Initial JEJ are on the painting.
Bridge to South Park at night.
A view of the Walnut Street Bridge from Pleasant Street Bridge in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Cars pass as workers repair the University Avenue bridge.
Clint Carney District Supervisor State Road Commission is in the photograph.
Deckers Creek and Elk Street. Morgantown and Kingwood railroad tracks. Two vehicles can be seen off of the railroad tracks. Creek at bottom near vehicles.  Neighborhood on far side of the bridge.
A crane works on placing a steel beam for a building in Morgantown.
'This building was moved from Pittsburgh on 2 steamboats around 1905-1910 and was carried piece by piece to High St. and rebuilt.'
View of the Monongalia County Courthouse Clock Tower in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Two construction workers are building footers of the New Courthouse Square in Morgantown, West Virginia.
The courtyard square with a fountain and trees. A historic monument dedicated to Waitman Willey, Alexander I. Wade, and Dr. I.C. White, three prominent men who made prominent gifts to the world. Mr. Willey helped set up the state of West Virginia. Mr. Wade demonstrated a system for graded schools. And Mr. White was a leader in the field of geology.
Construction on public library. Workers can be seen on the road on and the building.
Librarians look on as two men construct shelving unit.
Landscaping is taking place as people are walking through the square.
The front of the National Mine Service Company in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Men working on the building Massullo's Dry Cleaners in Morgantown, W. Va.
Work being done on Massullo's Dry Cleaners. Using a crane to lift heavy equipment for construction.
From left to right: Stan Stancowicz, John Morgan, and Howard Husk standing under  sign that reads: The C and P Telephone Company of West Virginia, Part of the Nationwide Bell System.  Morgantown, W. Va.
Sterling Faucet Company, located in Morgantown, W. Va. Automobiles parked outside of company. Few houses located near factory.
Storage tanks from Morgantown Ordnance works located at the mouth of the Mississippi River.
Coal Research Bureau (Bureau of Mines). Charles N. Resenecker of the Bureau's gas turbine staff checks assembly of the bearing between the turbine and compressor rotors. The large bladed rotor at the left contains the new blades, and is the heart of the gas turbine plant. The air compressor is the bladed unit at the right. Hot high-speed gases from the combustion of coal spin the rotor at the left and then leave through an exhaust stack (not shown). The air compresor, rotated by the turbine, supplies air needed to burn the coal. The turbine also drives electric generators (not shown in this photograph).
Storage tanks from Morgantown Ordnance Works seen close up. Two men standing on on ladder near the first tank.
The exterior of Sears, Roebuck and Company on High Street below Pleasant Street.
Store was located on the corner of High St. and Walnut St.' Street Sign and stoplight appears to have been knocked over.
Outside of a Methodist Church on the corner of North High and Willey Streets, Morgantown, W. Va.
Ground breaking at the site of the Drummond Chapel. Located in Morgantown, W. Va. Some people attending are 'Reverend Charles High; L. Bush Swisher; Glen Liston, Bob Bennett; Chester Arents, Dean, College of Engineering.'
Saint John's Chapel located on University Avenue in Morgantown, W. Va. 'For the most part, for the University Students'.
Men cementing the outside edge of Marilla pool, Morgantown, W. Va.
Four men working on the construction of Massulo's Dry Cleaners on High Street, Morgantown, W. Va.
Three men working on the construction of Massullo's and the Mountaineer Sport Shop building on High Street, Morgantown, W. Va.