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Lima Shay No. 1907. Ex. GC and E No. 6 at Monitor No. 4 mine, Austen, WV March or April year 1969.
Sunnyside Superette convenience store located on University Avenue in Morgantown, W. Va. Shoppers waiting to check out with products.
In American Legion Post No. 2 building.
BBF and other buildings on High Street, Morgantown, W. Va.
View of the railroad tracks during the night hours. 'John Foster'.
A view of the Monongahela River looking north to Morgantown and Westover, West Virginia.
'In 1969 a group representing Webster Springs Grade School sang 'The Webster County Hills' in the pavilion of the Point Mountain Reunion.  This was the first time a school was represented at the annual meeting.  Front row, left to right: William Gregory, Gloria Miller, Debra Hamrick, Michael Gregory, Jeffrey Cochran, Jack Cochran.  Second Row:  left to right: Mrs. Winnie Belasco, Vickie Hamrick, Kathy Adams, Karen Hamrick, Vickie Williams, Diana Marsh, Adola Cogar, Martha Schrader, Susan Cummings, Principal Walter Hall, Miss Virginia Dyer played for the group.  Thomas B. Bickel wrote the lyrics.  Gordon T. Hamrick took the photo. --Berlin B. Chapman.  The Annual Point Mountain Reunion in Webster County exemplifies an important organization in central West Virginia.  It began in 1928 and was known as the 'Hamrick-Gregory Reunion.'  For decades hundreds of people have assembled for visiting and for a program featuring local talent.  There is a pavilion, monument, and well-kept grounds.  it is an all-day meeting with picnic dinner, held on the fourth Sunday in August.  'The Webster County Hills' is in Sampson N. Miller, Annals of Webster County, pp. 370-371.  See also, Mayme H. Hamrick, The Hamrick and Other Families, pp. 107-109.  Trophies are awarded to the senior lady; senior gentleman; couple longest married; and to the party coming the greatest distance to the reunion.  See 'The Call of the Ole Elk Country', S. N. Miller, Annalls, pp. 372-373.  This picture is in Webster Echo, 3/27/85, page 19.  A copy of photo was presented to Principal Walter Hall, ibid, 5/13/70.' Part of the lyrics for the song the children are singing are as follows:  'Where the gray fox and the red give the hunting dogs a chase, and the rabbit runs so swiftly that he always leads the race.'
West Virginia University played the University of South Carolina.
Football players are in a muddy pile up during the 1969 Peach Bowl in Atlanta, Georgia where West Virginia beat the University of South Carolina.
Peach Bowl scoreboard shows that West Virginia beat University of South Carolina by a score of 14-3.
Fan's cap has the words 'Discover Wild Wonderful West Virginia'
Possibly Ed Williams, is carrying the ball during the Peach Bowl in Atlanta, Georgia. West Virginia University played the University of South Carolina.
West Virginia University Mountaineers Fans hold up the signs of victory after the  football team beat the University of South Carolina in the 1969 Peach Bowl in Atlanta, Georgia.
WVU versus South Carolina
None of the subjects are identified.
'Right, Hall.'
Photograph in 1969 Monticola page 81.
'Now president of The University of Illinois, 1992'.
Front row: Steven Traugh, Ernest Manack, Jean Cebasek, Linda Whitman, Jo Ann Buckley, Holt Theis, James Armentrout. Second Row: Frank Perry, John Barker, Phillip Faini-conductor, Dr. James Miltemberger-piano soloist, James Jackson, Michael Theis. Thrid row: Jerry Clark, Galen Byrd, Howard Nies, John Rathbone.
Left to right, Judy Waugh, John Blake, Jane Clayton, Ron Wilkerson.
Center front, Wil Robinson, John Wooten directly behind.
Left to right, Harry Weesy, Allen Chow, Chow Shy-Kai, Mammohan Gartonde.