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A photo of the 1963 Marilla "B" Little League champs.
Welcome sign advertising the "Famous Smoke Hole Caverns" in Petersburg, West Virginia.  Petersburg tannery building in background.
Members of the community gather for a picnic in Clarksburg, W. Va.
Members of the community gather for a picnic in Clarksburg, W. Va.
Boys in the Mountaineer Boys' State program gather for a group photo, with members in the front holding a "Monongalia" sign. Subjects unidentified.
The last football team gathered for a team photo.From left to right, in the front row, is Guy Harris; David Stickler; Ronnie Martin; J. D. Meadows; and Paul Bowles.From left to right, in the second row, is Roger Adkins; Rhett Bragg; Eddie Rucker; Delmas Richmond, and Webb Henderson.From left to right, in the back row, is Coach David Ballard; Darrell Van Hoy; Gerry Hicks; Freddie Bailey; Denvil Tincher; and Dickie McGraw.
Producing the Anvil- (play about John Brown) in the courthouse, Charles Town, W. Va. J. Davis- Wagon in which John Brown rode to his execution.
'The long line is the reverent and the curious never shortens. The letters read Lenin Stalin. Today only Lenin remains. Stalin is buried behind the trees at the right.'
The upholstery shop owned by brothers, Keith, Gerald and Drexell Armentrout was located on r RD 1 near RT 50. The site was occupied by Benny's Boot Hill in later years.
The J. Eddie Candies & Basket shop; the Civic Center is located to the right of this building.
Four women in a commercial or cafeteria kitchen.
Rex Wolf; Chas Parsons; Herman Gallium (?) are in the photo.
Left to right: Robb Dawson, Rex Hatley and Chas. Buseman.
'Back row - L-R - Harley Staggers, Alice VanLandingham, Jennings Randolph; Watch credit line. The following credit line must be used when this photograph is published; Chase Ltd., Photo; Washington, D.C.'
Supt. McShain Co. Buildings, WVU.
West Virginia University Board of Governors
Betty Gum. 4-H Leader, with two other men, being presented a certificate.
2nd from left: R.F. Munn, Librarian; 3rd from left: Mildred Brain, AVA.
Mary Cain(standing) and Almeda Octken (seated) at a photo duplication machine.
Joan Ellis and Martha Jones examine a newspaper article.
A group of young boys climb onto the mast before the dedication ceremony.
A group portrait of attendees of WVU student leadership conference at Jackson's Mill in 1961.
'Left to right: Irvin Stewart, unknown, President Paul Miller, Raymond Salvati(President Board of Governors), Dr. Ernest J. Nesius.'
From left to right: Experiment Station, Health Center, Reynolds Hall, and Administration.'
A student sits at the huge camera that films newspapers, one page at a time.
Librarian, R. F. Munn views Civil War era broadsides on a bulletin board in the library.
Downed trees around the Purinton House on campus. At one time the Purinton House the home of the WVU president.
Admission $2.50.
Front view of Engineering Sciences building.
'Douglas K. Bowers, Pres.; Frank J. Zsoldos, V.P.; James H. Swadley, Sec.; Okey B. Glenn, Dr. Forrest H. Kirkpatrick; Raymond E. Salvati; A. C. Spurr; William G. Thompson; Charles C. Wise, Jr. 'Not in order on pix' Elvis J. Stahr, Pres. WVU.'
'Athlete Turns Actor:  Appearing in the role of Biff in the University Players production of "Death of A Salesman" will be Richard Kleckner.  Dick is a Physical Therapy major, but plans to go into theatrical work after graduation.  Dick is an all round athlete.  He plays football, basketball, baseball, and track.  He attended Annapolis for a year and while he was there he played football and boxed in the heavyweight division.  In addition to playing end on the West Virginia University football squad, he is also a weight lifter.  Dick became interested in acting while he was in high school.  At present he plans to try the professional stage after graduation and, if successful, to go on to the movies.  "Death of A Salesman" will be presented on March 14th, 15th, and 16th at Reynolds Hall.  Curtain time is 8:15.  Admission is 75 cents.'
Group of the Monongalia County Republicans. One of the men seated is Dr. Eldon B. Tucker Sr., and two of the men standing are Stanley Cox and Donald Hayhurst.