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Caption reads: "Addie (Ada) R(osalie) Ireland. WVU Certificate in Art 1900."
Davis Child's Transitory Shelter, established in 1900, was funded by Senator Henry G. Davis and run by the Children's Home Society of West Virginia. It was located on Washington Street between Brooks and Boards Streets in Charleston, W. Va.
A view of the old Anderson home, located on University Avenue in Star City.
A view of Anderson's barn with one man, several chickens, and two mules in front. Text on back reads, "Now the site of St. Mary's Catholic Church. A bum stayed in this barn one night and burned it down, killing all thirteen horses."
A large group of young male glass workers pose outside of the Seneca Glass Factory in Morgantown.
A class of the Second Ward School with their teachers.
People climb on the wreckage of the Morgantown and Kingwood Railroad repair shops in Sabraton after a fire.
A view of the smoldering ruins of the Morgantown and Kingwood Railroad repair shops in Sabraton.
The "I. C. Woodward," launched in 1898 for the Pittsburgh, Brownsville, and Geneva Packet Company, and traveled between Pittsburgh and Morgantown. Woodburn Hall and Martin Hall can be seen on the bank in the background.