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Note the spacing of the houses in the South Park area.
Sign on the store advertising 'Tom Keene 5 cent cigar.'
A view of Morgantown from the Walnut Street Bridge.
'South view of the late Judge Hagans' and Prof. Emery's residents, showing the small frame house at the intersection. Also the M and K tressel and the old Presbyterian Church. Taken from the South Morgantown covered bridge where the concrete bridge on University Ave. now stands.'
'Corner of Chestnut and Pleasant Street. Women Unidentified'.
An early wool market in downtown Morgantown. Horses and buggies on the road in the center.
'Westover lies on the West Bank of the River, directly opposite the City and to all intents and purposes is a part thereof, and will soon rival the City in industry and fine residences. Transportation in addition to the B. and O. and the B. and N. railroad (the latter now building) the Morgantown and Kingwood railroad extends eastward through the Deckers Creek and Cheat River valleys to Rowlesburg, opening up to development vast coal, timber, lime, stone and sand deposits, all of which have tended to increase Morgantown's business and commercial advantages. Then we have slackwater , with daily lines of packets to Pittsburg and Fairmont, which gives us competition in rates that could not otherwise be obtained.'
'A view of Morgantown Suspension Bridge. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad tracks are in the foreground. West Virginia University buildings are at the top right.'
Suspension Bridge is in the background.
On the west bank.  West Virginia University buildings visible across the river.
This photo was taken from Sunnyside.
The Monongahela River flows past Morgantown, the Supension Bridge in the background spans the river to Westover.