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'Mr. and Mrs. Chadwick over Cheat.'
Man stands in a boat near where logs are caught in some rapids.
Note the spacing of the houses in the South Park area.
View looking East on German 'Main' Street with flagstone pavement and gutter, between Church and King Streets.
Row of houses along a street in Philippi, West Virginia.
Two men are crossing a dirt street in Charleston, West Virginia in the early 1900s. On one side of the street are businesses while on the other side of the street are houses. Above the street are lots of telephone wires.
Camera room 1889 to 1902 with photography equipment in Grafton, W. Va.
Founded by Bishop Peterkin in 1886.
View of the river, and Morgantown from Westover side of the Monongahela.
'Where he smiled.'
Group portrait of logging crew.
From Westover.
Street car seen here on High Street in Morgantown, W. Va. Groups of people line the sidewalk.
Fourth from the left is Joe McDermott.
Greenbrier River from Bridge at Alderson.  House visible on the shore.
View of the Sunshine Steamboat on the Ohio River.
Group portrait of four Civil War veterans, members of the Parkersburg Grand Army of the Republic Group.
An aerial view of the Crescent Glass Factory in Weston.
Room furnished with a loveseat, rocking chair, and a coffee table
Shepherd family Upper Farm, Springwood.
Probably the Shepherd 'Grade' looking toward the Fingerboard Woods, now gone.
Sign on the store advertising 'Tom Keene 5 cent cigar.'
One woman appears to be smoking a pipe, another a cigarette while playing cards and drinking wine.
Homes and Sanders Store in Wise, W. Va.
First Ward School Building, Elkins, W.Va. in Randolph County.
Interior view of the American Restaurant in Wheeling, W. Va. Tables are set with folded napkins on each table top.
Originally called Science Hall.
Four men are standing in front of Dawson's News Stand in Morgantown, West Virginia. There are: (right) Grover 'Coopeye' Rice, H. Ott Garrison 'Hog' (middle), ? Fox 'Foxy' (left) and Fenton Rice (rear) High and Fayette Streets. Centennial edition of Morgantown Post.
View of the wall of the old Episcopal graveyard with the Town Clock in the background.
'High Street scene, many years ago'. People seen riding in horse-drawn wagons. Near the Bank on High Street in Morgantown, W. Va.
'The Big Elm tree on U. S. route 19 between Shinnston and Enterprise, W. Va. The Story of the Elm by Granville D. Hall made this location famous. The story told about conditions in the area just prior to the Civil War. The Hood Family purchased the farm from the Everson family around the Civil War period. Harry Hood and his brother Charles lived at the Big Elm Farm until their deaths. Miss Hannah Hood died in 1976 and gave the entire estate to the First Baptist Church in Shinnston. This included the Big Elm Farm.'
View of Johnson's Grist Mill in Barbour County. This grist mill was built in 1854.
'This photo is from the book 'Way's Packet Directory, 1848-1994' revised edition compiled by Frederick Way, Jr. and published by the Ohio University Press, Athens, Ohio - 1983.  Joseph W. Rutter, Editor, wrote in the Foreward: 'The lifetime work of Frederick Way, Jr. is found in his Packet and Towboat Directories, indispensable resourses for those interested in the Steamboat Age on the Western Rivers'.'
'Charles Plummer Pride.'
Adding wing to Woodburn Hall. Martin Hall is also pictured in this photograph.
Class portrait at Greenwood school. The teacher is Mrs. L. O. Dotson.
Homes and coal company buildings at Glen Jean, W. Va.
Group portrait including top row, left to right: Eldridge Given, Emery Rollyson, Austin Long, Pat Given, T. P. Rollyson, Emma James, Ann Boggs, Del. Carr, Louisa A. Bollinger, Della Frame, J. P. Frame, Ollie Mallahan, Charlie Boggs, Prudence Woods, Jessie Mollahan, and Price Boggs.
Possibly Joliffe's or Acme Department Store.
Men, women, and children seated on the ground eating a picnic lunch.
'Lough Brothers Carriage Factory. Note the furnished carriages and wagons at right.'
'Juergens and Walker'
The Packet Columbia on the Monongahela River.
'Ed Douthit, Mr. and Mrs. Lon H. Hutchinson, R. Mather Archer and others.'
'This entire outfit was once the property of the Fairfaxes.  The buggy was made at Morgantown in 1858.  The mule is sweet sixteen, and Samuel has the distinction of having honorably served his country during the late unpleasantness.'
People sitting outside of the Maude Rose House in Bolair, W. Va. Picture taken sometime before 1914.
'Probably Gould family members.'
Men standing at the bottom of a wooden derrick.  Keen Wolf.  Bull Bayou.
View of the Old Episcopal Church, now the Asbury Methodist Church, and a wall surrounding the old Episcopal graveyard.
'A study in graciousness is presented by the photo of the residence of Grove Chadwick on High St. Note the trees which were the street's crowning glory before street widening programs.'
'Asberry Jackson Mayfield (1846-1927) at far right and family making molasses outside their home in Wetzel County, West Virginia.'
Two women and two boys are beside a white tent and picket fence.
'Mt. Tabor Baptist Church near Laurel Point on Old Fishing Creek Road to Richmond.'
Students at work in a laboratory classroom at WVU.
People gather to see the tons of turkeys.
'The old Harper home was built before 1818.'