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Coal barges being loaded in Star City.
Multiple barges loaded with coal at Star City, W. Va.
Aerial view of plant at Cresaps, W. Va.
Donald Ammons, Center, Safety Inspector, Christopher Coal Co., conducts Dr. Miles  J. Martin, Left, Chief, Office of Mineral Information, Washington, D.C., and John D. Spencer, Morgantown Coal Research Center, on tour of Christopher Coal Co. Mine No. 15, at Cassville, W. Va. 'U.S. Bureau of Mines Photo Proof Print. Not for publication, permanent record, or other use outside of the Morgantown Research Center.
Dedication by Sec. of Interior Stewart Udall of new plant at Cresaps, W. Va. Conversion of coal to gasoline. Seated 2nd from left is Arch A. Moore of the U.S. House of Representatives.
A conveyor belt runs to a coal shoot at the preparation plant, possibly Miracle Rune Mine.
Arthurdale Community Center with children playing outside on swing sets.  'Possibly original school building.'
From left to right: Bill Workman, Fire Chief, and James George, Police Chief of Grafton, West Virginia.
Covered bridge crossing Dent's Run; trees surrounding bridge, fence lining path to bridge.
'Architect for the project is Irving Bowman and Associates, Charleston.  The picture was sent to Senator Byrd by the Public Health Service.'
Group of unidentified workers stand on top of the garage.
A crane operator is working at the construction site of Pleasant Street parking lot in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Construction of Pleasant Street parking lot. Workers wearing hard hats, standing on I-beam.
Firefighters working to extinguish fire at a residence located on the corner of Fayette Street and Chestnut Street in Morgantown, W. Va.
Damage caused by fire at Lakeview in Morgantown, W. Va.  Structure stands but is severely damaged and is still smoking.
'Near the M and K Railroad Yards.'
Decorations can be seen along light poles in the celebration of Christmas on High Street in Morgantown, W. Va. Cars and people flood the street and sidewalks of High Street.
View of High Street from the Comuntzis Bakery and Restaurant. Cars are parked at meters and driving down the road. People are walking down the side walk or conversing in front of the stores.
Two men attach the High St. sign and the Bank St. signs on High St.
People walking in the crosswalk as cars are stopped at a red light.  Christmas decorations are on the lamp posts, Morgantown, W. Va.
'Fifteen of the seventeen living past presidents of the Morgantown Shrine Club attended a banquet in their honor at the Morgantown Country Club. They are, front row left to right, Paul E. McKinney, E. C. Arkwright, Harold L. Shelhamer, Vernon R. James, M. J. R. Zirkle, Harold Fetty, and Don Wilson. Back row, Jules Bartasevich, Don B. Marstiller, Robert L. Seaburn, Richard E. Davies, Beryl L. Bolyard, Clarence E. Booth, Vicory Andy, and Fred R. Glisan. President George Gates said the Shrine Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. this Friday in the Mountaineer Room of the Hotel Morgan for the annual election of officers.'
Men congratulate the first Neighborhood Job Corps enrollee.
Omar G. McKinney is on the left.
'Immediate Past General Chairman, Roy W. Walter, receiving outstanding service plaque from NSC Staff Representative, Paul T. Stewart.' 'Roy W. Walter (L) Director of Transportation, State Department of Education, Charleston, W. Va.'
Unknown woman with Clifford B. Hoard.
One of the ladies is a West Virginia Princess.
An dairy worker gives Pamela Link, Dairy Princess, an ice cream cone.
Inscribed on the photogargph,'David Christopher, old graduate, left; one of the Catholic Campus Ministers on the right.'
Danny Blosser (far left) and Dan Fetton (second from left) are pictured with Mr. Fetton and Dr. Earl L. Core (far right) in this photograph.
Mayor Arthur Beuhler (left), an unidentified man, and James Ashburn (right.)
John C. Solomon (second from left) and other road crew members stand in front of a tractor while talking.
'From left to right: Mrs. Velma Miller, Don Bond, Paul Trevillian, unknown, unknown.'
Man in center holding the 'Save Our Schools' pamphlet is Dr. Harold Kerr. All three may be part of the School Board.
Harlan Selby (seated, far right), Mrs. Rogers (seated, second from right), Robert H. Bowlby (standing, center) and Arthur P. Dye (seated, far left).
Chief of Police John W. Lewis, Bill Leyhe, Omar Glen McKinney, Milton Cohen, Arthur Buehler, Mayor, Patty Stevenson, City Clerk, James R. McCarthney, and James Ashburn, City Manager, among others attending a ribbon cutting ceremony.
Glen White, City Engineer, stands in the center.
From left to right the men are: E. Eugene Corum, Terry Jones and Harold Shamburger.
One man with his hand on the shoulder of James Ashburn on the far right.  Standing center is Mr. Courtney.