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Note the spacing of the houses in the South Park area.
Room furnished with a loveseat, rocking chair, and a coffee table
The Packet Columbia on the Monongahela River.
'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.'
A view of the early country homestead.
Bridge on Beverly Avenue which is now University Avenue.
'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.'
Woman is standing in a field in Morgantown, West Virginia. Two houses are pictured in the background.
'Worker housing climbs up the hill of Seneca in the early 1900's, as the neighborhood grows around the glass factories.'
Living room with chairs around the fire place.
Two women in a horse and buggy travel on Willey Street.
The porch has a hammock and some chairs on it.
This photo was taken from Sunnyside.
'Home of Col John Evans, "Walnut Hill." Stood near where the St. Francis High School now stands. Left to right: 1) Unknown 2) Unknown 3) Unknown 4) Sitting- Charles Stoneking 5) Clyde Snider 6) Sitting- Charles Cook, 7) John Cook 8) Standing on box- Unknown, 9) Arthur Llewellyn, 10) Sitting- Duke Cairney, 11) Ray Houston, 12) Abagail Cook, 13) Icie Cook, 14) Thornton Flowers, 15) Addie Snider, 16) William E. King, 17) Hattie Stoneking. William E. King and Hattie Stoneking latter were married and were the parents of Mrs. Raymond(Frona) Coburn, Mrs. Paul(Ruth) Huggins and Mrs. Clarence (Cecile) Milligan. Abagail Cook married Samuel King and were the parents of Frank and Paul King.'Note: St. Francis High School has since been demolished.