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Lumber crew poses with horses.  Near Diana, W. Va.
Pardee and Curtain Lumber operation. This tree, possibly a redwood, was used to build the Titanic. More info from Comstock's "Of Times Past", 1949.  Cut from Cuppernick ? Bend near Curtin, Nicholas County.
Possibly a redwood tree used in building the "Titanic". Harvested by the Pardee and Curtin Lumber Co.The man on the left is John Harvey Reid.
Men and horses at a lumber mill.
Train track in the middle of forest in Nicholas County.  Man and dog standing beside the track.
Group of people wait at the train station as a train comes in.
Train engine hauling logs.  Workers standing on logs.  Maben Mill, Raleigh County. "Mrs. J.C. Prince"
C.H. Akers, engineer (front) with other unidentifed railroad men.
A close-up view of Sen. John W. McCreey's Mansion in Beckley, West Virginia.
George Bair, Sr. and an unidentified man are standing in side yard. Mable Bair Saunders, Maggie Bair, and "Aunt Brook" (Mrs. George Bair, Sr.) are standing with three unidentified people on the front porch of a house in Beckley, West Virginia.
Group portrait of students at the Fairmont State Normal School.
First U. B. Church located on 16th and St. Marys Streets in Parkersburg, West Virginia.
Covered bridge spanning Deckers Creek. Trees, telephone poles, and fence apparent. View of foundation of bridge.
Robert L. Stewart and his son, Robert W. Stewart in their horse drawn wagon.
Large crowd gathered for a church dedication (probably Wesley Methodist, corner of High Street and Willey Streets), Morgantown, W. Va.
'Old Hough home near head of High Street'.
Men and women are standing on the front porch of Franklin Hotel, long alley at Walnut and Chestnut Streets in Morgantown, West Virginia.
'John H. Krepps 248 Jackson Avenue Morgantown, W. Va. Father of James Henry Krepps.'
'Son of John H. and Dora A. Baker Krepps. 248 Jackson Avenue South Park Morgantown, W. Va.'
'James Henry Krepps, 'looking pretty', and Frank Morgan at Old Mill Cottage at Cheat.  Shaffer home in background.  All are now covered by Cheat Lake.'
'Left to right, Mrs. John H. Krepps, John Morgan, John H. Krepps.  Children, left, Frank Morgan and, right, James Henry Krepps.'
'At the Old Union District Jail, below Ice's Ferry, now covered by Cheat Lake.'
Top Row far left 'Russ Morris', Bottom row left to right: 'John L. Johnston, and 'Zed' Yost'.
A portrait of an unidentified school group.
View of the city from near the rail road tracks.
'For Building Use Only, Morgantown Public Library, Morgantown, W. Va.; E. Ralph Clear, For Good Lighting--See Clear, Morgantown, W. Va.'
A view of South Decker's Creek.
American Beauties: 'Laura Dean, Lottie Thornton, Della Marrion, Will Plankey, Ed McAlister, and Annie DeGant' pose for a group portrait in front of Anna DeGant's father's glass store.
Photo by J. W. Wilson of Ronceverte, West Virginia.
Two men sitting in the shade of a tree to the left of the photograph. Two cattle are seen roaming in the center.
View of a small group of people standing by the Rock House in Petersburg, W. Va. 'Mrs. Annie Smith with guitar.'
View of a small girl and dog on the front porch of the Delay House in Petersburg, W. Va.
View of four men in front of Groves and Halterman Furniture and Department Store from across the street, Petersburg, W. Va. 'Harmen Groves, F. E. Harman, Wilbur Heach'
View of a group of people gathered at the entrance of a large canvas tent in Greenbrier county, W. Va.
View of the Iron Bridge at Whitecomb Depot, C. and O. Railroad on a low water area of the Greenbrier River in Greenbrier County.