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Marching band poses with several members wearing an American flag in their hair. Front row, L to R: 1. A. E. Sampson; 2. Unidentified; 3. Edd Maxwell; 4. Prof. Erwin; 5. Evert Shrewsberry; 6. J. G. Hutchinson; 7. Lawrence Spencer; 8. John Martin; 9. Walter Smith; 10. James H. McGinnis; 11. __ Mauck; 12. Lucien Davis; 13. E. O. Phlegan; 14. Charley Bailey; 15. ___ Frazier; 16. Edd Martin
Unidentified man looks through the cupboards in the galley of the "Humphrey" towboat.
In the driver's seat is Warren Cunningham, beside him is Bradford Cunningham, and in the backseat is Oather Cunningham and Homer Lovejoy.
'Back row, left panel: Fred Davis.'
Marmaduke Dent was grandfather of Marmaduke H. Dent who was born in Monongalia County in the town of Granville on April 18, 1849. West Virginia University opened in 1867, and he became the first graduate of West Virginia University in 1870 and the first president of the WVU Alumni Association.
From WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
From WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
From WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
From WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
From WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
From WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
From WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
From WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
From WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
From WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
From WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
From WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
Photo from WVU College of Mineral and Energy Resources Scrapbook.
Photo from WVU College of Mineral Resources Scrapbook
College of Mineral and Energy Resources Visit to China.
A view of several automobiles going down on the state highway. Print number 1715.
In the bottom right of the portrait, mine workers are laying down railroad tracks.
On the back: "8' surface, 10' shale."
Built by Melville Davisson Post in 1914.
Performed at WWVA Wheeling or WMMN Fairmont.
Performed at WWVA Wheeling or WMMN Fairmont.
Gathering for the first production of "Anvil" in Charles Town, W. Va. for the West Virginia Centennial. Identified in the photograph: left Seated, Erma Ora Byrd and Robert C. Byrd; far right seated, Julia Davis Adams. "The Anvil" was a play written by Julia Davis about the John Brown Raid for the Civil War Centennial. Her grandparents were from Charles Town where Brown was tried and hanged. Her grandfather witnessed the execution.
B. D. Gibson, "Port", at age 21, weight 180 lbs.
Frances D. Packette and her pet cat, Schley-Puss, on a see-saw.